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Hello and welcome. In the programme tonight: when this road goes ahead

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in three years, there will be no toll. A toll`free A14 and fewer wind

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turbines. Remembering Leon ` friends mark a month since Leon Briggs died

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after being detained by police. We will be here later in the

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programme. The legacy of the mid`Staffs

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hospital scandal and the lesson for Met students in a care home. The

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woman who has given 40 years of her life to netball.

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It's the day the government told us where it's planning to spend our

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money over the next few years and for us the headlines are roads and

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wind turbines. As we forecast on last night's Look East, there was

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confirmation that the planned A 4 confirmation that the planned A14

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Huntingdon bypass will not be tolled. But today's announcement

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also signalled a change of emphasis on renewable energy. Subsidies will

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be diverted away from onshore wind and solar farms to offshore

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proposals. So, what will that mean for our energy parks? Already

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critics are saying the changes are too small to make a difference.

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Seven years ago, this Northamptonshire landscape changed

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for ever. Burton Latimer became home to the county 's first wind farm.

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Today, the government announced that subsidies for wind and solar farms

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where being reduced, potentially jeopardising smaller scale

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projects. Welcome news for countryside campaigners. The hope is

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that without the incentive we will not see so many applications for

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farms in inappropriate places. You will see dozens of turbines being

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erected. It is decimating parts of my constituency and lots of people

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can't even sell their house. It is a big issue for my constituents.

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Subsidy levels for onshore schemes will be cut by around 5% and more

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expensive offshore projects will seize subsidies rise by the same

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amount. Peterborough Council is planning a giant solar farm which it

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says will generate money for the city. It says it is too early to say

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what impact it will have on the plans and will study the details

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carefully. Industry experts say it is likely to make little

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difference. The changes are trivially small. They are so close

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to a lie as it makes no difference. It is a slight change of emphasis

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and a small increase for offshore. It is not significant. The

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government denies today's announcement is in response to

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public 's concern. They say it is purely down to the changing cost of

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technology. In Burton Latimer, they prepare for a drop insert ``

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subsidies. Nine more turbines are planned here. It seems where various

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profit, the industry will grow regardless.

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Well, the other big announcement today was, as we mentioned earlier,

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the confirmation that the A14 will not be tolled when the new road

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bypassing Huntingdon is built. Instead, the cost will be picked up

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entirely by the government. As the news sank in today, there have been

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mixed reactions. Another morning, another slow

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commute on the A14. Today there was confirmation a new road will be

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dealt and drivers will not have to pay to use it. I use it every day.

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It is a good idea scrapping the toll. Great. Obviously it will be a

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lot better if you had to pay `` if you don't have to pay. It will stop

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everyone. You can stand on any bridge between Cambridge and

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Huntingdon and see just how heavily the road is used. Look at the

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lorries on there right now and it is not even rush hour. The haulage

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companies are glad plans for a toll have been scrapped. Across the

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region, they were strongly opposed. One transport firm said it would

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have cost them ?170,000 a year. You would have seen people using other

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rat runs, a lot of congestion in small villages and you would have

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seen people relocate some businesses. We were certainly

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looking to move away from our site. Yesterday, we found out the toll

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would be scrubbed and today it was announced officially with

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confirmation that the new road will still be built. Not everyone has

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welcomed the news. We want to see money being put into an East `West

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rail link to include transport from Felixstowe to Nuneaton `` improved

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transport. The upgrade will be paid for by the government and local

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councils. A few months ago they said the toll was needed to make up the

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rest so does this mean councils will have to put in more taxpayers money.

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``? I have taken that as a know so we look forward to the road

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starting. Any indication when it will start? Hopefully, we will be

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back to the original timetable and delivering on the ground as soon as

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possible. The government says it has listen to concerns but Labour is

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accusing them of wasting time and money. It has been in and out of

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their plans and including the idea of a toll when there was no

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alternative role. `` road. My constituency this as an important

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economic grid and they are missing out. Work is due to start on 2016

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out. Work is due to start on 20 6 with the road not opening in 2016.

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with the road not opening in 20 6. Drivers do not have to pay but they

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had to wait. Later in the programme, our

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political correspondent, Andrew Sinclair, will give us his take on

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all of this. It's been exactly one month since

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38`year`old Leon Briggs died after being held in police custody. Since

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then, an investigation has been launched, a number of police

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officers have been suspended and his family and friends are still waiting

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to find out what happened. Tonight, a candlelit vigil is being held in

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his memory, but the support net spreads far wider. Anna Todd is at

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Luton police station now. Lots of people are already arriving

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for tonight 's candlelit vigil. While much of the support comes from

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the Luton area, there are also people coming from all over the

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country. The aunt of Mark Duggan, the man shut down `` dead in

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Tottenham last year sparking the Tottenham riots, is here. As you can

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see from the candles and flowers, the main element of the theme

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tonight is about Leon Briggs. Family man, Leon Briggs, father of

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two and friend to many. Since his death, known everywhere. On the 4th

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of November, he was restrained by police in Luton. He kept shouting,

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the cups `` cuffs are too tight. the cups `` cuffs are too tight.

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After that there was constant screaming. He was detained under the

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Mental Health Act but died after being in police custody. The

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Independent Police Complaints Commission confirmed it was

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investigating. One week after five police officers were suspended. The

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next day his family confronted police at a community meeting. It

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became heated and emotional. We do not know why he died. We know

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nothing. The Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police said if there

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was any wrongdoing she would deal with it. A postmortem examination

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proved inconclusive. A few days later, a candlelit vigil was held to

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remember Leon Briggs with over a hundred people looking for answers.

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With me is a man who knew Leon Briggs probably better than many

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others, Cyril Mitchell. What has the last month been like for you and the

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family? I would like to say the last month has been horrible and

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horrific. We are still here on this candlelit vigil and so many have

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come out to show their hurt and they concerned as to what has happened.

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It has been painful for the family. His mother is still broken and the

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fact we can't bury our brother right now and they are rubbing our faces

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in it. We are disgusted. That is why so many people in the powerful

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community have come together to voice their concerns outside Luton

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police station. There has been concern because of the confusion and

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anger and circumstances over his death that there might have been

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some unrest in the Luton community. Is that the case? We are the only

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town with an airport, to motorway junctions and train stations and we

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are a community of power. We do that in a decent and peaceful way. All

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the people of Luton and Beds want justice. Justice for us all. Thank

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you very much. The IP CC is asking people to be patient while the

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investigation is ongoing. Rural areas are missing out on

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sports funding because the big towns and cities are swallowing up all the

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cash. That's what one of our MPs will tell the House of Commons

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tonight. Steve Barclay, who represents North East

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Cambridgeshire, says the funding system needs to be clearer and

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fairer. We'll hear from him in a moment, but first Emma Baugh reports

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from Wisbech Tennis Club which is desperate for some all`weather

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facilities. Reads on the centre line and real

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grass`roots tennis. They say they need all`weather courts but they are

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still waiting after two years. There are so many things we would like to

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do to encourage more youngsters to play. Go out into schools and

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introduce tennis to young people and adults but we cannot develop this

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programme without the facilities. The club is severely restricted by

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the weather, only playing from late April to September. In bad weather,

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they have to wait till late morning for the courts to dry out and in a

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bad summer, they can lose half of their playing time. The club needs

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to raise ?180,000. It says it has had to scale down plans after

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funding was directed to more urban areas. It is a real frustration for

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us as a club. For all the members and people in the community who are

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keen to play all the way through the year and have not got an

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opportunity. How does the area do for sporting facilities? Very

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sparse. Compared to the inner cities it is sparse. I think we lose out,

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yeah. I don't know what you can do about it. It comes down to money,

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doesn't it? They have to make sure the highest number of people can get

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to facilities, but clubs say that funding here has a long way to go.

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So, is the government ignoring these rural clubs, or is that the groups

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don't really know how to apply for funding? I asked the MP Steve

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Barclay this afternoon. It is because the model is complex.

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Government allocates the money to sport England and it has 11

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different grants and the criteria is often changing. It also gets a lot

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of his money `` gives a lot of it is money to various sporting bodies.

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They all have their own different schemes with different criteria

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which again often change. People with a love of sport find themselves

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dealing with a complex model of delivery and often one that is

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weighted against rural communities, like ours in north`east

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Cambridgeshire, because too much funding is going to the cities and

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that is something I am keen to have out in Parliament today. Isn't there

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an argument for the money to go to the places that benefit the most

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people? Of course cities should get funding and there are lots of people

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there and that should be reflected. What I will highlight is the

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disproportionate amount of funding that goes to the cities. If you look

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at rural communities where travel is more difficult and expensive and

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sometimes there aren't as many options, it is important we have

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local facilities so people, particularly young, but all ages,

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can be active and healthy. It shouldn't be the case that

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everything is centred in the cities. That is not realistic and I

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communities should have their fair share for, after all, what they are

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paying for. Sport England says that if you have plans to help more

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people play sport more often but you are held back by cost, we can help.

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Are they falling short of that? Their rhetoric is great but the

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reality isn't. Cambridge has had five times as much funding as my

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constituency. Of course there is more need in Cambridge, but is it

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five times? Why is it that the criteria on funding bids keeps

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changing and why is it so complex that it makes it difficult for

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people to get their bids in? Why are criteria often weighted against

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Shire counties? That is why I want to put pressure on ministers so we

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get our fair share. We are just looking for a reflection of the fact

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that people in villages, towns and community areas across north`east

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Cambridgeshire want to play and participate in sport and are not

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getting a fair share of the funds. In a statement, the Department for

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culture, media and sport said they are investing over ?1 billion in

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sport up to 2017. There are warnings of strong winds

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hitting the region tonight. The weather forecast in a moment but

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businesses in the region to tell them what flights they want as part

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of a survey. The airport is particularly keen to speak to

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companies with links to the USA, Middle East and Far East who

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currently travel from other terminals.

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Still to come, more on the history of the A14 project. And more on our

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unsung heroes project. Meet Phillipa Pitts, the inspiration behind

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Eastwood netball. The University of East Anglia is

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giving some medical students the chance to care for elderly people as

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part of their studies. The idea comes in the wake of the Francis

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Report earlier this year into the failings at the Mid`Staffordshire

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Hospital. Among the recommendations from Mr Francis, a call for the

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caring professions show more compassion. `` to show more

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compassion. Mike Liggins has spent the afternoon with one of the

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students at a care home in Norwich. This woman is in the third year of

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her degree course in occupational therapy. The last five weeks, she

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has been coming year to this care home in Norwich. Today, she has come

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to seek 92`year`old IV and talk soon turns to Ivy's recent birthday

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party. So you had to cakes? Yes. Rhianna is one of five students who

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have been volunteering. It is to help students with confidence,

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communication and compassion. I think everybody deserves respect and

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to be treated as an individual and to be listened to. This experience

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particularly has helped me understand people's stories and it

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brings home to you that people have a life that they have lived. The

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pilot is being run by the school of rehabilitation at the University of

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East Anglia. This compassion something that we should have to

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teach students? I think a lot of students who come to the caring put

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`` caring professions are compassionate, but it doesn't harm

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them to get more exposure within the sort of environment. Grandchildren?

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How many do you have? We have been delighted with the way it has gone.

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The five students have been amazing. Each of them has found something

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different out of the experience and they have been really happy coming

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to our home and we have been delighted to have them. Rhianna says

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that her time with these patients has been hugely beneficial. The UAE

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`` need the University of East Anglia hope they can carry on with

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this in the future. This week in Look East, we're

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meeting the three people who have been short listed for the BBC East

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Unsung Sporting Hero Award. Yesterday it was a netball

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administrator, today it's a netball coach. Phillipa Pitts has given more

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than 40 years of her life to coaching netball in Essex. She

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spends nearly every week night and every weekend on a netball court.

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We are going to do a change of direction tonight. 1974. Britain was

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under a three`day week. It was also the year that Phillipa Pitts started

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Eastwood netball team. Three fingers, carve them so that you have

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them around ear height. Just one team, with a handful of girls. She

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now has 13 teams with 150 players. People who started in year seven,

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they have gone through and their daughters have been playing as well.

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So that continuity of families, mother and daughter. She has taken

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individuals and turn them into `` she is taken beginners and turn them

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into international. But it is about making sure they enjoy the sport. It

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is not just about her being a coach, she is an umpire, she brings girls

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up to gloat. I am now a coach as well. It wouldn't run without her.

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Are you running backwards? Which you run backwards on a netball court?

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For whatever reason, many girls drop out of sport in their teenage

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years. But Phillipa's girls keep coming back. You can hear that they

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are enjoying themselves. It is the sport can take them all the way

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through. With some sports, they can drop out. We try to accommodate

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those who want to be performance players but also those who just love

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the sport. It is all about the love of the sport. Her passion is

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catching and because of her, thousands of girls had taken up

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netball and deliberately taken up netball `` taken up netball.

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And tomorrow we meet our final candidate a woman from Northampton

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who's spent 30 years helping children with special needs take

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part in gymnastics. And we'll be revealing the winner on Friday.

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Back now to the news that the government has abandoned its plan

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for a toll road on the A14. But the new road will be built. Work will

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definitely start in 2016. But if you think you've heard that before, you

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probably have. We've reported it on Look East on many occasions for more

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than 20 years. John Cranston has been looking through our archives

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with the help of one man who's seen it all before.

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When the ribbon was cut on the A14 in 1994, the road was heralded as

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opening up the east. But it shared the stretch between Heybridge and

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Huntingdon with the A1 M11 link. We proved that it was not long before

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there were regular problems occurring along it. The first

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suggestion of bypassing the bypasses came in 2000. The transport

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secretary was proposing plans for a ten lane superhighway. We need to

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make sure that our road and rail links are strengthened to make sure

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that we have a Rob `` have the jobs. It will be widening the path around

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the motorway and could start in 2008. But there were planning

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problems and the financial crash came and all we ended up with work

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promises. The government has said that the long`awaited plan to build

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the A14 will now begin in 2011. And heavy highways agency done its job

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effectively the first time around, we would not be in the position we

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are now because that would have happened before the financial crisis

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and the change of government. The coalition will do the axe. Let's

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begin with the news that many businesses and commuters really

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didn't want to hear. We can't proceed with a ?1 billion funded

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dual carriageway. Then the toll road solution was mooted. You can't just

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expect the taxpaying public to pay for everything. You have to share

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the burden between taxpayers and those who abuse the road. What

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finally scuppered the idea was the lack of an eternity of `` and it ``

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and alternative free route. It is unlikely that the road will be

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started before late 2016. But we welcome that if it actually happens.

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Let's go to Westminster and Andrew Sinclair. Let's start with the

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shorts of John Bridge. How sceptical should we be? `` the thoughts of

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John Bridge. In the House of Commons, Alistair Darling said he

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was sure he had announced the screens before. The trouble with

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infrastructure is that it takes a long time to put together. It can

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get bogged down in the planning system as well. The government is

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conscious of this and in this massive book of infrastructure

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announcements which we got today, there is a plan to set up a new body

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which will be in charge of driving through infrastructure

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developments. The government is saying that if big schemes like the

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A14 get bogged down in the planning process, they will use legislation

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to fast track it. And of course the subsidies for offshore will come in

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after the next election so everything we have talked about

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today could change? On the offshore subsidies, that could well change

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because everything about energy is political. On the A14, there seems

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to be political consensus that this road needs to be improved. Labour

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won not happy with the toll, so I think, sticking my neck out, that it

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should start in 2016. Is there anything else to announce? It seems

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as if we have had everything today. There will be more money for small

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businesses. That is always big in our region. What happens to fuel

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prices as well? The Essex MP has been pushing for a few cut. Now time

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for the weather. `` a few well cut. We have had a damp day today and we

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are seeing the price of the later sometime because some parts of the

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region are now close to freezing. Ms patches forming `` mist patches

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forming. Into tomorrow, we have this intense area of low pressure which

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will push this France down across the country. Not a great deal of

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raid on it when it comes to us, but it will increase the winds during

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the day. So for all of us, it will be a windy day. There is a risk of

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coastal flooding particularly on the Norfolk coast. Tomorrow will be dry

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and bright with increasing amounts of cloud. That wind speed increasing

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through the day. These are the strong gusts which we expect during

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the day. Then as the day progresses, it is important to flag up

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particularly that north Norfolk coast. A culmination of the

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direction of the wind is and high spring tides, the push of the sea,

:26:24.:26:28.

all coming together at the same point. This is the area under the

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amber warning from The Met office. A risk of localised flooding for that

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North Norfolk coast. This is our pressure chart. High pressure starts

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to build back in. You can see that the isobars are starting to widen so

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the winds will ease through Friday but still there is a risk on the

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North Norfolk coast on Friday morning with the high tide. It will

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be very cold because that by the fund will introduce much colder air.

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So expect lower temperatures. As they get the weekend, the high

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starts to drag in a lot more cloud. `` as we get to the weekend. It will

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be rather cloudy. Saturday feeling chilly. Temperatures will start to

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recover and by Sunday, we are back to highs of around eight else else

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`` eight Celsius. That's it from all of us. See you

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tomorrow night.

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