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arrives on Friday. Can't wait! That's all

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Welcome to a new week. On the programme tonight, shut down and

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under investigation, the Milton Keynes Winter Wonderland that turned

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into a nightmare. It is appalling. Nothing that you would expect. It is

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very deceiving. Safety barriers for an accident blackspot but is it too

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little too late? Later, homeless at Christmas, Ely's

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post office is operating in a car park?

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And all flood in to save the seal cubs orphaned in the storm.

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`` donations flood in. It was meant to be a magical moments

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to start the festive season, with Santa, skating and reindeer. But

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visitors say that instead it was an expensive disaster which has ruined

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Christmas. Hundreds of families flocked to winter wonderland in

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Milton Keynes at the weekend. But today, many are demanding refunds.

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The event has been cancelled after just one day and treading standards

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are now investigating. `` trading standards. Children

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arrived here, expecting a winter wonderland. Some parents paid more

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than ?100, and some draws more than 100 miles. The website was glossy

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but they say that what they got was a joke. An ice rink described as a

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few plastic sheets. Santer's Grotto, staffed by young men in

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cheap elastic beards. Parents say that they could not communicate with

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the children. Two reindeers with no antlers. I think they have been

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elaborate on the internets with the details. I did not expect it to be

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that bad. It is appalling. On the website, they say it is like Hyde

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Park. It is nothing you would expect. Today, the last of this

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winter wonderland was being magic to way. Elsewhere, the event organiser

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and questions to answer. I'm pleased to say that Lorenzo Franco... He

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claims that although some things were not write on Saturday, parents

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warning others on social media not to turn up caused a frenzy. I'm

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disappointed in the way that it turned out and I am angry at the

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parents for not giving us chance to put `` giving us a chance to carry

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on the event by putting things right. Other callers were furious.

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I've been telling my kids for weeks how wonderful it was going to be. I

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could have cried myself. I've built the whole family up for a special

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day and it was rubbish. It is thought that ?20,000 worth of

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tickets were sold. Yuri Farber yourself. Do you think your little

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boy would have enjoyed that experience? He would not have

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enjoyed the morning experience. `` you are a father yourself. He would

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have certainly enjoyed the later experience. Can you guarantee that

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everyone who paid will get their money back? They will. Definitely?

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Definitely. Lorenzo Franco has apologised in person to Amelia

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Richards, who has cerebral palsy and was supposed to officially open the

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event. I'm glad he has apologised. I think that is all he can do now. But

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think that is all he can do now But the thing he should have organised

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it better. Trading standards is investigating whether any or fences

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have taken place and, if so, it says it will take appropriate action.

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it will take appropriate action Campbell park is run by the Parks

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trust, who agreed to let the winter wonderland operate. IRC briny fox

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from the Trust if they had any idea that the event would be so bad. Not

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at all. `` I asked briny fox. The marketing was fantastic and everyone

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had high expectations that it would be high`quality. Unfortunately, that

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did not turn out to be the case. And when did you find out that it had

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not gone well? On Saturday, I was there myself, and there was not

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impressed with what eyesore up there. As the day went on, there

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were quite a lot of people there and they were enjoying some of the

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activities on offer. As the day went on, Santas grotto closed and from

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that point, it started to spiral down hill. Where does the

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responsibility lie? You actually allowed this country to come onto

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the site and put on this event. We will look at our procedures again to

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ensure that when event management companies approach us to put on

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events, that maybe we look more robustly at their track record. The

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difficulty we have had on this occasion is that if a professional

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events company comes to us and produces the documentation that we

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would expect, then it is quite difficult to foresee that something

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like this might happen. Some say it has been a disaster. People claim it

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has ruined Christmas. You worried that it might stop people from

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coming to the events at your site because it damages the reputation?

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That is something that concerns us. We have a track record of putting on

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fantastic events and is a shame that this event has been so

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disappointing. But we hope that people realise it is a one`off and

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that this is not typical of the events that happens in Milton

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Keynes. It is a real shame, but we have several hundred events every

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year that run without incident. Briny fox.

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Next night, police were on the streets of Corby appealing for

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information about a local businessman beaten to death exactly

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a year ago. David Ross was found in a hotel room where he had gone into

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hiding. Adaptive thinking was carpeted `` detectives thinking he

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was targeted because of a nightclub he owned.

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Could the people in these pictures help catch a killer? It is just

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before 7:30am on a Monday morning. Meters away, David Ross, a nightclub

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owner and taxi driver, is being viciously assaulted, punched,

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kicked, killed in a hotel room where he had gone into hiding. Except the

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one year later, the CCTV is shown on the same street this morning.

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Officers hoping for valuable information. Shopkeepers stunned by

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what happened here. Considering we were there at the time you're

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mentioning, because we start early for Christmas, it is quite shocking.

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David Ross owned this nightclub. David Ross owned this nightclub

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Police investigating whether he was being forced to sell it by criminals

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wanting to launder money through it. He had worked hard all his life.

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Finally, he had the opportunity to realise his ambition is an open`air

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nightclub. He worked as a taxi driver and a dormant, but this

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really was his dream. And he was not going to give it up. David Ross to

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Kiran here on Sunday the 16th of December last year. `` took a room

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here. Next morning, he received the call. At 7:32am, he sent a text but

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at 7:45pm, he failed to arrive for a pick`up. His taxi was parked across

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the street where that van is. That could have given his attackers a

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hint as to where he was but police leave that he was tipped off `` they

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were tipped off. Summary went along the corridor here, and into the room

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where he was sleeping. In that room, he was severely beaten and later

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died. One year on, the police say they need the public's health to

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find those who killed David Ross. `` the public's help. He moved to the

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Sawtell, afraid for his life. `` this hotel. Safety barriers are

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going up along one of the worst A tops `` accident blackspots in the

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north`west. After seven accidents in less than a month, the council has

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acted. The moment campaigners had been

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fighting for. On one of the region's most notorious roads.

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Barriers going up after two deaths. One of those was Hannah Gates, 18,

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who died last month. Her family say that their barriers came too late

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for their daughter. It would have been preferable to have them before

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the accident, but what is important is that we learn and we act quickly

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where there are accidents. With winter around the corner, and the

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risk of ice and fog, it is important that we get the barriers in as

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quickly as possible. It is welcome that that is happening this week

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will stop the accident started `` the accidents started on the 3rd of

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November. Within a week, four cars plunged into the river with

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passengers thrown into the water and having to escape. On the 2nd of

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December, the body of Keith Patchett, from Corby, was recovered.

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And on the same day, another accident. This time, the driver was

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unhurt. The safety barriers they are building here will cover 250 metres

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and will be finished by the end of the week. The City Council is also

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looking at what other safety measures could be brought in.

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In Whittlesey, some say it is not before time. It is too late. They

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should have done something years ago. I'm glad that something is

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being done and hopefully after the publicity around the deaths, this

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will help to get it sorted out. The 40 mph limit will stay while the

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council works with campaigners to try to make the area safer.

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Four people had been stabbed after an 18th birthday party in Luton was

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gate`crashed. The event on Friday night had been circulated on social

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media. At around 11:30pm, several strangers arrived at the house and

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it turned violent. The victims were treated at the Luton and Dunstable

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Hospital but have since been released.

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The East of England and all in service has appointed a new Chief

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Executive, but we still do not know whether he is permanent. Anthony

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Marsh takes on the role after months of poor results and criticism of the

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service. The East of England Ambulance

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Service has not had a permanent Chief Executive for one year. Five

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of its senior staff are employed on an interim basis. In June, report

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was published looking at the trust and what it needed to do to improve.

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Now the man behind the report is going to be the new Chief

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Executive. I've worked in the ambulance service and they know that

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area particularly well. `` I know. I'm determined to share my ambition

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with that of the managers on the front line, to deliver excellent

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services to local communities. The most recent figures show that the

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ambulance service is failing to meet all three key response times. It is

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this risk on `` this performance that has put the current Chief

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Executive under pressure. Why did you not say, they don't want me,

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Executive under pressure. Why did you not say, they don't want me so

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you not say, they don't want me, so I'm going? I have been in the NHS

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for 30 years and all other deeply. Think it is a great part of my

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society and I am addicted to this Trust. Think it is the best in body

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and of what I believe this the NHS is about. It is not yet known if the

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new Chief Executive will be permanent. It will continue to head

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up the West Midlands service. That is something that Unison's regional

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representative is worried about. representative is worried about

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This chap is coming in from the West Midlands, and looking after the West

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Midlands as well as us. We feel that we should have somebody who can look

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after us exclusively. The amylin service said they would not comment

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until they could make an official announcement, which is expected in

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the next 24 hours. `` the ambulance service. They told us that they have

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paused the recruitment programme so that they can develop further

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options. During his time in the West Midlands, Doctor Marsh froze the

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recruitment of emergency care assistants. He favoured the use of

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trained paramedics. He also brought in a fleet of new ambulances and has

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put the focus on response time targets. It is not easy running an

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ambulance service. Especially if you are in charge of two trusts. At

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improvements will be needed for the sake of staff and patients.

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`` but improvements. In Northampton to company has been

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fined ?20,000 after a scaffold collapse forced shoppers to run for

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safety. The metal poles crashed through canopies near the Willow

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Place Shopping Centre in Corby in August of last year. Nobody was

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hurt, but several people were treated for shock. Desborough

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Scaffolding Limited has been fined for reaching health and safety laws.

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Those are the top stories tonight. Now we

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threat on a plane which was forced to land at Stansted Airport. More

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than 200 passengers were on board the Airbus. It was due to land at

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Heathrow in September. The Labour leader, Ed Miliband, has

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promised that two councils in this region will be given special status

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if his party wins the next election. Basically, it would mean that

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Stevenage and Luton would be able to get homes built outside their own

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boundaries. He was intervening in a row which has seen several housing

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schemes delayed, because councils in the area can't agree where to put

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the homes. In Stevenage and lit and they are facing a very real housing

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crisis. Stevenage needs an extra 10,000 homes. But we are to expand

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has sparked a furious row. People are quite happy for people to come

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into town to take up employment opportunities. But what about

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actually living there. The Labour run areas border Hertfordshire.

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Apparently there is space there. That is a clean they deny. `` claim.

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We have to protect the vulnerable green belt. We have to ensure that

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any housing development is appropriate. The Labour leader

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believes that this is contributing to the cost of living crisis. He

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wants to leave `` ease the problem. He has promised that the Labour

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government would give Stevenage what he called a right to Google. ``

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grow. We are sending a clear signal today that councils that block the

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wishes of others cannot be allowed to do so indefinitely. If councils

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cannot agree to with each other on how to expand and Labour will make a

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decision for them. Rather than wield the state, the government is trying

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to play the councils. Today it has announced millions of pounds of

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extra funding. The minister behind this team, at the headquarters of an

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estate agency, says that is the way to get things moving. The government

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has put the number of things in place. They are trying to get things

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moving. We all want to see the supply increase. We want to get the

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market confidence going again. All of the main parties know how key and

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issue the says. `` this is. Andrew joins me now. Is this a big issue `

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councils not getting on? Authorities in our region to get on relatively

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well. Even those with Labour authorities involved. But Labour say

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there are a few places where they can get on. `` can't. But doesn't

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this happen already? Labour say something stick to long. Under the

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system, it will take much less time. One other thing that has been

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announced is that the developers set online for too long without

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developing it then it will be seized.

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A row over the future of Post Office buildings in the region is causing

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controversy. Managers want to save money by sharing premises with other

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shops. But of course, if the building is not yours there can be

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problems. In Ely, they have found themselves without a permanent home

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over Christmas ` so they are now selling stamps in a car park.

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Patience and goodwill. They are stretched to the limit at this post

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office in Ely. It was in a chemist but when they didn't renew the lease

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it was made homeless. For the foreseeable future that is in this

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cabin. It took 12 months to sort it out and they came up with this. It

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seems to be working fine. It is ridiculous. They could have rented

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another shop. But Post Office managers admit they do not know

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where or when they will find a business willing to take it on. We

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are actively looking for new options. This is a great opportunity

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for retailers in Ely to come forward and say they would like to take the

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post office alongside. Some people are now worried this could happen

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elsewhere. Here, the plan is to close this post office and move it

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into a shop. But not everybody is convinced that there is a good idea.

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You lose the experience of the staff. Most of the staff go to other

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offices in the area to stop you lose all of that experience. Here is

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where it may call. The owner says he has come under pressure to withdraw

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his bed to provide post office services in a shop. It was never our

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intention to upset anybody. We are surprised that the union have taken

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such action and trying to persuade people to boycott us. Some people

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will see these changes as downgrading the post office. Two

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others, it is about adaptation in order to survive.

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Sport now, and the weekend will be remembered for a memorable goal at

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Norwich, and a memorable win for Saints. Kicking off with the

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football, here's Tom. A win would have lifted Norwich to 10th in the

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Premier League but the draw against Swansea will be remembered for a

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very special goal. It was scored by Gary Hooper. He cost ?5 million in

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the summer. After an injury`hit start to his career at Carrow Road,

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Gary Hooper is now showing my Norwich valued him so highly.

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However, it was Swansea's front line that threatened first. After signing

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a new contract last week, City's captain Sebastien Bassong was

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shrugged off the ball all too easily ` Nathan Dyer took advantage. Ten

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minutes before half`time, the goal`scorer went off with a

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suspected broken ankle... Although initial x`rays today suggest he's

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got away with a very bad twist. It was in first half injury time that

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Hooper made his mark. Hooper... What an astonishing goal! 1`1 at the

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break. Swansea had more of the play in the second half but Norwich

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looked more dangerous. Michael Turner was desperately unlucky not

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to score with this header. With a quarter of an hour to go, Hooper `

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who's now scored four goals in six games ` looked like he'd got the

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winner. Brilliant save! It ended 1`1. A point maintains some

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momentum. Seven points from four games hauled Norwich five clear of

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the drop zone. I thought the game was there to win. In the end we got

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a good point and in the last two games we've done very well. It sat

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up nicely. I thought I'd give it a go. It looped over the keeper! I

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don't usually score outside the box. Usually inside. But it was a good

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goal and a good point. They're the special goals, when somebody can

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produce something from nothing. The timing was perfect ` just before

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half`time. The second half performance showed that we could

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have gone on to win it. Next up are matches against the Premier League's

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bottom two ` Sunderland then Fulham. More goals like this could make it a

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very Merry Christmas for Norwich! Opposing strategies for two of our

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under`pressure managers. Joe Dunne at Colchester hasn't been seen or

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heard since his side lost 4`0 at the weekend. He didn't do any post`match

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interviews. In contrast, Aidy Boothroyd ` whose Northampton side

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remain in the relegation zone ` has come out fighting: today saying

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he'll 'live or die' by his decisions and that he can't fault his players'

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attitude. Four wins from four. Lowestoft boxer

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Anthony Ogogo is now targeting a title fight next year. The Olympic

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bronze medallist landed some hefty blows on Saturday but was taken the

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full six rounds by Dan Blackwell before winning on points. Ogogo

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unbeaten since turning professional. In rugby, Northampton boss Jim

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Mallinder says they have hope after Jamie Elliott's late try secured a

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thrilling 18`9 win over Leinster in the Heineken Cup. Here's the table.

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The Irish side are still top but Saints' bouncing back wonderfully

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well from last week's heavy defeat. Everything to play for with two

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games to go. We learnt some lessons in the week. We came here very

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quietly determined. I think we went out there and had a really good

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game. We put Leinster under a lot of pressure. We're delighted to get the

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result. That's it. More sport on the website

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where you can find full reaction to all the weekend's results.

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Staff at the RSPCA in Norfolk say they have been overwhelmed by the

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generosity of the public following the rescue of orphaned seal pups.

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Hundreds of pups were separated from their mothers during the recent

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tidal surge. So far more than ?25,000 has been donated. At

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Eastwinch, volunteers work around the clock to keep around 100 seal

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pups alive ` mindful that some try to bite the hand that feeds them!

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Because they're just learning, some of them aren't that keen. We've got

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to get them used to it. We've got 49 left to do. It's a relentless rota

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of feeding and nursing. The cost of care for each pup is ?22 a week.

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After the RSPCA launched a crisis appeal, donations flooded in. More

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than ?25,000 has been raised. I'm stunned by the public response. It's

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been incredible. Huge donations. A lady drove from Northampton with a

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fridge! Incredible. Really kind. ?25,000 is a lot of money, but to

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put it in context that would pay for the seals in this sanctuary for the

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next 11 weeks. To get them back to full health will take up to five

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months. This is a vulnerable time of year for seals as hundreds come onto

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our beaches to pup and look after their young. In the tidal surge ten

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days ago, hundreds of pups were swept into the sea and separated

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from their mothers. Every day, more like this one are brought in. We're

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in for the long haul. We've got so many pups in. But the staff are

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coping wonderfully. We've lost three but the rest are looking much, much

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better. As we head into mid`winter, prayers here are that the weather

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will be more forgiving for the seals who can't come in from the cold.

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Very cute! Now for the weather. The weather

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front is going to start feeding and more rain. Over the next few hours,

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some of it could be on the heavy side. During the second half of the

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night, it goes over to the east. Overnight it will be around four or

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six Celsius. We could see lows of two of the Celsius. `` or three.

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Perhaps some patchy mist fog. Tomorrow we have this weather front

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in the south`east. It could push back some thicker cloud. It looks

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like a dry start to the day. Perhaps some overnight mist and fog slowed

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to clear. It should be fine and dry everywhere. Some brightness and

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sunshine coming through. The best in the North. Temperatures tomorrow are

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closer to average. Seven Celsius. We hold onto the light winds. Through

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the afternoon and evening, the weather front were pushed back some

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cloud. Mainly laid rain and drizzle. Very patchy. As we head into the

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next few days, it will be largely fine and dry on Tuesday and then

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some patchy rain later. Wednesday should be largely fine and dry with

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some spells of sunshine. Increasing cloud. After dark we should see some

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rain pushing his thoughts. It could be heavy. Gusting winds. All of that

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should be out of the way by Thursday. Still quite a blustery day

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but largely fine and dry. Some spells of sunshine. Small chance of

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isolated showers. Friday is a repeat performance on Wednesday. Largely

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dry. Clouds increasing. Rain expected after dark. It could be

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accompanied by quite blustery winds. Perhaps some frost and more

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sheltered spot. Thank you. Goodbye.

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