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Here in the East... Flying footfall ` a decision's due on whether Luton

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airport can expand to 18 million passengers a year. And the dramatic

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moment when a robber gets more than he bargained for from a petrol

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station attendant. We will be here later in the programme looking back

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at the sporting year which saw our teams hit the heights. Walking was a

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problem. We have a live interview with Strictly Come Dancing judge

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Craig Revel Horwood. Good evening. First tonight, the plans for up to

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six million passengers a year more to pass through Luton Airport. A

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meeting has been taking place all day today to decide whether Luton

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should be allowed to expand. At the moment it's capacity is 12 million

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people, but airport bosses want to take that up to 18 million. An extra

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45,000 flights a year. It could mean 5,000 more jobs but it's not popular

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with people living around the airport. Louise Hubball has been in

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the meeting and a few moments ago sent us this report. The men from

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the airport, protesters and councillors went into the chamber

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for discussions at 10am. There is still no news of the decision.

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Protesters have been low`key today. There have been no placards, for

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example. This is a big decision and I have been looking at some of the

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issues. Luton Airport is the UK's fifth biggest airport and no plans

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make it a go, extending capacity from 12 million to 18 million

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passengers a year. This is the vision. Improvements to the terminal

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building, focusing on allowing more passengers to pass through more

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quickly. Outside it will be easier to get around with improved public

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transport links and car parking. The planning committee has listened to

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the arguments. On the one hand, how expansion will complement national

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strategies for economic growth. Passenger growth could go up to 18

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million. There will be 5000 more jobs and more economic activity so

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it is important to the region, not only for the point of view of the

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airport but for the economy as well. The protesters have spoken as well.

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This is what they are concerned about. Noise levels for those living

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and sleeping on the flight path. At the moment we endure it in peak

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periods but in the future, it will be all day long, a wall of noise

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across the countryside. The major impact will be the significant

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increase in the number of planes and the noise they make. You can hear

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one coming over at the moment and it is getting harder to hear what we

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are saying. Air pollution on a day when the wind changes direction. We

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could not have the windows and doors open because of the smell of air

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aviation fuel. It is so, so busy. Luton Airport was born in 1938. They

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are gathered here today to think about what the future holds. We are

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still waiting for news on that future. The meeting convened here at

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6pm and it is unclear when a decision will be reached. The main

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argument seems to be Luton Airport's economic growth versus the

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quality of life for people in the surrounding areas. As one councillor

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put it, Luton Airport's fame must not be Hertfordshire's shame. We

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will bring you the latest news when we have it at 10:30pm in our late

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bulletin. It was the dramatic moment when a woman petrol station

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attendant pulled a robber over the counter as he tried to steal money

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from the till. The attack was captured on CCTV and today two men

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were jailed for their part in the attack in Clifton in Bedfordshire.

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The court was told that 15 minutes earlier they'd tried to hold up a

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nearby food store. Fae Southwell reports. This was their first attack

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of the day, captured on CCTV. He tries to steal from a till.

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Outside, a man acts as lookout. Shop assistants, bewildered, attempts to

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intervene as the man runs off, leaving his jacket behind. The

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attack on this shop took place in May, the shop targeted on a bank

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holiday. Luton Crown Court heard that because the attack was

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unsuccessful, the two men tried their luck elsewhere. 15 minutes

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later they struck for a second time at a garage half a mile away. The

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shop owner sits waiting for customers but had no warning about

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what was going to happen. They came in and tried to take the cash. I put

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the money on the floor. While the struggle continues, this man grabs

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bottles from the shelf. The man is pulled over the counter and falls on

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top of the shop worker who is on the floor. Afterwards, she explains why

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she threw the money on the ground. I thought he would not come over to my

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side. Yes, it was a bit scary. He made off with around ?500 and was

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charged with robbery. Another man was charged with burglary.

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Sentencing the pair, the judge said... The shop worker suffered

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back injuries and a bruised shoulder, and spent time off work.

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Even though she is back in the shop, she is still nervous and refuses to

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work nights. Today, one man was sentenced to three years and another

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to two years. Police in Cambridge last night carried out stop checks

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in a street where a pregnant woman had her face slashed. Hayley Baker,

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who's 29, was attacked as she walked along Hertford Street. Last night,

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exactly a week on, a team of officers stopped motorists and

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pedestrians in the area in a bid to find the offender. Police say they

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are following a up a number of lines of enquiry. One of the worst

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accident blackspots in the Fens has re`opened after a campaign to

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improve it. The North Bank at Whittlesey has seen seven accidents

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and two deaths in as many months. The road runs alongside the River

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Nene at Whittlesey near Peterborough. The new barrier was

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installed at a cost of ?50,000. Families have taken to the streets

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of Peterborough today to protest about the closure of some the city's

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children centres. Peterborough City Council want to reduce the number of

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Sure Start centres. They were set up to help families with young

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children. The council says the changes could save them more than ?1

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million a year. Parents march on the city to have their say on what the

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centres mean to them. They are a lifeline to parents. It is in the

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centre of the community and people need somewhere to go to meet other

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mothers where they may not have any other contact. The centres can

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detect early differences in children and ensure that families get the

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support they need. Without them, these differences will not be picked

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up until they are older. There are 15 centres in Peterborough. The

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centres that people come here to protest about today operate across

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the city, but originally, they were set up by the last Labour government

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in deprived locations. The council want to target the most honourable

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families. `` vulnerable. All families can be worn rubble in many

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different ways. Lots of people I have spoken to have said that the

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centres can help them if they have depression or if they are isolated

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or if they have young babies. It is a big lifeline and it would be a

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shame if they closed them down. People have until early next year to

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have their say in what happens to them. Well, earlier I spoke to Wendy

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Ogle`Wellbourn from Peterborough City Council and I asked why these

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proposals had been brought forward. The last five years we have had cuts

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in the money we receive from government. Previously, where we had

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a specific pot of money for children's centres, we do not have

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any more, and we have to make tough decisions. Could this be avoided,

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though? We have to make tough decisions and we have to reduce

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funding somewhere, and I think because there are other services

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that parents can access, we believe that this is a proposal that needs

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to be seriously thought about. I know you want to target families in

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deprived areas, that any parent will tell you that it doesn't matter

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where you live, you can be vulnerable wherever you live. It is

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important to remember that we have a health visiting service and in

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Peterborough, we are going to double the number of health visitors than

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previously, and parents will have access to that. We will still make

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sure clinics can happen in areas. That is important. House set in

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stone are the closures? We are not talking about closures, we are

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talking about using the centres differently. We have put forward a

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proposal and where we go back to Cabinet, we will take on board what

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parents have said as part of the consultation, and amend that to try

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and minimise the impact. For the parents watching, what is your

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message to them? I would say that I am really grateful that they have

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taken the time to share their ideas about what we might be able to do

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differently to minimise the impact, and to reassure them that we are

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thinking about what they said and we will ensure that the health visiting

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services are still available. We will make sure parents can support

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themselves. There's been good news for the Peterborough pensioners who

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had all their family's Christmas presents stolen. On Wednesday we

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reported how a thief had entered the home of Evelyn and Mick Beaver and

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stole presents worth hundreds of pounds. But after their story was

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revealed on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, local business and

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the community have rallied round to make sure the family will not go

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short this Christmas. A consultation's been launched into a

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planning application for the controversial pirate island in

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Cambridgeshire. The island at Landbeach already exists and this is

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a retrospective application. South Cambridgeshire Council says their

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initial view is that the development has little impact on anyone nearby,

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but they want to make that is the case. The island which is privately

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owned, was created from material dredged from the lake when it was

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cleaned up. Plenty more to come with Stewart and Susie. A preview of the

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weekend's sport. I'll be back at ten with the late

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College opens in September with two year groups. I2020, it will be fully

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operational. `` by 2020. Still to come, the best sporting

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bits of 2013. And the Strictly judge as you have never seen him before.

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Earlier this year we met T Sandeman`Charles who had set up a

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campaign to get 10,000 people to sign up to the organ donor register.

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Two weeks ago, she reached her target.

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T's campaign called Save5 goes on. It's a subject she's passionate

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about because in 2010 T was diagnosed with two terminal lung

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diseases. She desperately needs a lung transplant and is on the

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waiting list at Papworth Hospital. Today, T was there for a regular

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check`up. For T Sandeman`Charles, the simple things in life are hard

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to do. Getting out of the car leaves her grasping for breath. She has her

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husband to help but four years after being diagnosed with two progressive

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lung diseases, a transplant is now her only hope. Like everybody, I

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just want to live. I want to live my life. So much I want to do, so much

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I feel I have to do. We first met T five years ago when she first

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launched her campaign. With the help of friends and family, two weeks

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ago, she reached her target of getting 10,000 people on the

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register. We did it. And when I say we, I do want to say that if it

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wasn't for my lovely husband, my fantastic family, the friends, the

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10,000 people who signed up, it would never have happened. Today, T

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was here to see Doctor Thomas to see if she is fit enough for a

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transplant. we have a tricky balance because we want to have you doing

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everything you can to be fit enough to get a transplant. Your breathing

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is not just your lungs, it is your muscles, your diaphragm. In 2011, 20

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six `` 26 people joined the list. Three people are still waiting. If T

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gets it, it can happen quickly. it could be in the region of 12 to 14

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hours wait from the call. When I am in bed, I can't do anything and I

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sometimes say to myself, will recall ever come? Will it end like this?

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And then I shed a tear stop then I picked myself up and I say, come on,

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T, come on, you have got to believe it will come. T is looking forward

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to Christmas and is positive about the future but when you are on a

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transplant waiting list, there is no other way to be. If you are

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interested in the organ donor register, you can call the donor

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line. You can log on to T's website at save5.org.uk.

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Let's move on to sport, now, and there's a packed programme of

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fixtures over the Christmas break. Here's Tom.

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Starting with Norwich, Chris Hughton insists it's one match at a time

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despite a crucial Christmas period which presents a real opportunity.

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City play all three teams currently in the Premier League relegation

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zone starting with bottom club Sunderland tomorrow. Then it's

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Fulham and Man U at home before Palace on New Year's Day. A

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productive Christmas could mean a giant leap towards survival? We

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played two games in two days over the Christmas period and it is

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difficult to plan for a second game when you're not quite sure what will

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happen in the first game. So, that is how it has to be. It is very much

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focusing on the next game. Ipswich's new signing Sylvan

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Ebanks`Blake isn't ruling out a promotion push in 2014. The striker

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has agreed a contract until the end of the season. Ipswich are tenth in

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the Championship heading into tomorrow's match with Watford. The

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forward says Mick McCarthy played a huge part in his decision to come.

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He is an honest man. I don't like to keep harking on about how honest he

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is, he is a good manager and has had a lot of success. I think I have had

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my most successful years under him so I think that shows you that he is

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good for me and I have been good for him.

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Now what's in store for the rest of our sides over Christmas? Here's a

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few key matches. MK Dons' form has been iffy and tomorrow the first of

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several games against sides eyeing the play`offs, home to Port Vale. On

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Boxing Day, Colchester`Stevenage. It could be crucial in both sides'

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fight against the drop. Peterborough host promotion rivals Brentford on

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New Year's Day. They lost against them last month.

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In League Two, Southend's biggest match of the festive period comes

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tonight. Home to Rochdale who are the place below them. And

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Northampton will hope to drag Portsmouth into the relegation mix

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when they meet between Christmas and New Year.

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Now, as we approach the end of the year, time to reflect on the

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sporting highs and lows from the last 12 months. It started in the FA

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Cup, features finals galore for Northampton and leading roles for

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our gymnasts. In the 50s, Luton beat Norwich to reach the FA Cup final.

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In 25th team, they but the first top flight. The Hatters reaching the

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fifth round at the expense of the Canaries. Suited and booted, later

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in the month, Greg Rutherford received an MBE from the Queen. I

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was not `` more nervous going into the palace that I have ever been in

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my career. This gymnast won the vault at the English championships.

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She is now targeting next year's Commonwealth Games. 30,000 Southend

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fans were disappointed as they lost. Former manager Paul Thurrock,

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sacked despite meeting the final. Newmarket trainer Gerard Butler was

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questioned over doping offences. In gymnast is, the plaudits went to Max

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Whitlock and Daniel Keating is, gold medals at the European

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Championships. She shouts! Max would later get silver. Northampton Saints

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lost to Arch rivals Leicester Tigers in the premiership final. Norwich

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had secured their premiership survival before they beat Manchester

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city and the club's youth team were winners in the FA youth cup. Henry

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Cecil had so many triumphs in his career but he lost a long, brave

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fight against cancer in June. Northampton Saints also lost their

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chairman to the same disease. Formula one came to

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Northamptonshire. It was an explosive occasion. Johnny Peacock

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did deliver, becoming world and Paralympic champion.

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Northamptonshire's cricketers, a dream summer, 2020 winners,

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champions and promotion to division one. `` Twenty20. Finally, at a

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different pace, Neil Robertson completed Snooker's report Crown,

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winning the UK Championships. So, 23rd Dean, done and dusted. `` 2013.

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And we heard in there about Gerard Butler. News today the Newmarket

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trainer has withdrawn his appeal against a five`year ban. He admitted

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injecting racehorses with banned drugs. Butler described the incident

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as one disastrous lapse. And don't forget racing over the

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jumps at Huntingdon on Boxing Day. 8,000 expected. Always popular. More

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sport on the website plus all the build`up to Saints' trip to Wasps

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tomorrow in the rugby. This time tomorrow evening, an

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estimated 14 million television viewers will be glued to their

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screens for the final of Strictly Come Dancing. In a blizzard of

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sequins and sambas, it's an all`female contest between Susanna,

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Abby, Sophie and Natalie. Of course the judges will have their say. The

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one who is hardest to please is Craig Revel Horwood. Tonight, he is

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appearing in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Southend, playing

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the Wicked Witch And I'm delighted to say he joins us now. Marks out of

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ten for your performance as the evil Queen? It has to be a ten. You look

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fabulous, darling. Thank you. It's an all`female final, I thought I

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would join the clan. You are the evil Queen, are you being typecast

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or are you a softy? I am an arm salute softy. It is only with bad

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dancing that I am really honest. I love the show, it is the nominal and

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has been for the last ten years. It is just amazing and it just gets

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better and better and this year has been extremely exciting. I don't

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know how you were taking me seriously with this face on,

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darling, but it is an amazing show and it deserves all the millions of

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people you is that it gets. And I am sure everyone at home is absolutely

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loving it and revving up for this final tomorrow night. I cannot wait

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to get there but I have one more show and I am starring in Snow White

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and the seven dwarfs alongside Lisa Riley who was on the show last year

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and she is fantastic as well. On Saturday nights coming you go to

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London and then you come back to do more panto? yes, I do. I do panto

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every single day that I am not at Strictly. Lisa is going on tour with

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that as well. She will be hosting it. We go to Wembley and all over

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the country. Glasgow Exeter. And that is the next day after we finish

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panto. It is very, very busy. Strictly takes six months of

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everyone's time. Obviously, you are known for being into the detail of

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the dancing and begin dancing is the most important thing, so who do you

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think is going to win tomorrow? If you want my honest opinion, I think

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Natalie probably should win but probably won't. I think because the

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final is very much of you this choice, `` the viewers choice, I

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think Susanna has a fair go at it because she has a lot of followers

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and at Abbey I think is really good. She has worked her way out. It is

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sensational to see someone who has never been able to dance before

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really to fly and go into the final, that is what is really exciting for

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me. I cannot wait to know the outcome. That was a good diplomatic

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answer because you nearly mentioned everybody. I can't wait to find the

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outcome as well. You do look gorgeous. Thank you for being on the

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show. Love from panto land. Break a leg. Let's get the weather.

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show. Love from panto land. Break a You are probably wondering about the

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weather. Wet and windy over the next few days. Windy on its way, wet,

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later. We have a slow`moving weather front, moving in our direction. It

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is making quite slow progress across the country. Some patchy rain across

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the West Country and Wales. It will get to us late at night. We have

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increasing amounts of clouds across the West. Already, the winds

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freshening with some gusts of around 30 miles an hour recorded in places.

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After midnight, perhaps something a bit for persistent and heavy.

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Certainly, it promises a wet end to the night. That weather front is

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bringing in much wilder Atlantic air. Below is our five to seven

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degrees. That is on the mild side. Looking at the average wind speeds,

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it will continue to pick up over the next few hours, reaching its peak

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around midnight and into the early hours. Expect a fresh to strong

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south`westerly wind. It may well touch gale force wait that's between

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40, perhaps 50 mph are possible. We start tomorrow is still quite wet

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and windy because this weather front is not in any rush to go anywhere.

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Certainly, a tight squeeze on the ice baths in this chart. The weather

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front, particularly in the eastern half, it is not going anywhere fast

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so expect a wet and windy morning. There will be some try interludes

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during the day but certainly not the best of days. It is technically

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milder because our temperatures will be in double figures but factor in

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the moderates to south`westerly `` moderate wind and it will not yield

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much milder. Another band of rain is lighted to come through both the

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night so that promises a wet start to Sunday. Looking ahead as we

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approach Christmas, this slow spinning in for Monday, late on

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Monday, some rain and certainly for Christmas eve, it is looking wet and

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windy. You can see the wind speeds there. Looking largely dry on

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Sunday. Into Monday, we have some rain arriving on that below later

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and West and windy day on windy `` on Christmas eve. Have a great

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weekend. Goodbye.

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