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three times faster than wages. That is all from BBC News

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Welcome to Look East. Coming up Another hike in rail fares.

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Travellers in this region could be hit hardest, but are commuters an

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easy target? An investigation is under way after

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the body of a priest remained undiscovered for three days.

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We will be here later with the rest of the news including.

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One of our brightest new stars `` young stars and his mission to stamp

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up `` stamp out bullying. And we help to catch the animals at

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the zoo. `` and the animals. `` can't the animals.

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Good evening. First tonight: A tax on going to work. How protesters in

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this region have reacted to today's rise in rail fares. Season tickets

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to the capital have increased by an average of 3%. This is lower than in

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previous years because of a Government cap. But many say it s

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still well above their pay rises ` and it's becoming cheaper to drive.

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Emma Baugh reports. The morning commute ` a new year and

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a new price hike. And today, the Green Party talking to commuters

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about fare rises that are higher than inflation. A lot of people feel

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hopeless. They are used to everything going up, and their wages

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may be frozen or a very small increase. They feel there is very

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little they can do. It is commuters that will pay the

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lion's share of the increases. If you want to travel from Cambridge to

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London for a year, it will cost you more than ?4000. From Northampton,

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it will be more than ?5,000, and from Peter borough it will cost you

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7,100 yards. `` Peterborough.

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The Chancellor announced last month he'd cap season tickets at 3.1% But

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city travellers are unimpressed The time I spend wasted at the station,

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and they have the audacity to increase the fares, it is beyond B.

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`` beyond me. It is all very well putting the prices up, as long as

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the services are running well. Out of all our train companies, only

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First Capital Connect would appear on camera. They agreed regular

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travellers were the hardest hit Commuters take the highest because

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sadly season`ticket are part of the regulated fares basket, and the

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increase is set by Government. What I can say is that where we have the

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opportunity to do so, we have made every effort to hold down fares

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So, little cheer for rail passengers this new year ` all they can hope

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for are smaller year on year increases.

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A postmortem examination is being carried out on the body of a priest

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discovered in a supermarket car park in Luton. Father Joseph Williams,

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who'd been reported missing last Friday, was found dead in his car

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outside Morrisons in Houghton Regis on Monday. The police say there are

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no suspicious circumstances. A Cambridge woman.

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Struggling to come to terms with the loss of a much loved colleague.

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People fear they have lost someone who served them, somebody they liked

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and admired, and for us as priests it is the loss of a colleague who

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has been a priest of the dioceses since 2000.

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Father Joseph Williams was found dead in his car in a supermarket car

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park. Police believe his body had been there for three days. Dozens of

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people would have passed by his vehicle. His parishioners are

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shocked nobody stopped to find out what was wrong. It surprises me that

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he was not found sooner. I think we all should look at what we do. I

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know we do tend to look at people if they are asleep in a car and not

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pass any heed, but I think as Christians we should be looking at

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what we are doing and make sure people are OK.

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The church has launched an investigation. So far, there are no

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clues. Father Joseph was due to spend ability to Christmas with his

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family on January 16, the date that has now been set for his funeral.

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Passengers flying in to this region from Romania and Bulgaria say it's

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harder to buy tickets after immigration restrictions were lifted

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yesterday. Four flights from the two countries landed at Luton Airport

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early this morning. Among those on board ` people coming to the UK for

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work. Mike Cartwright was there to meet them.

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Among the arrivals at Luton this morning ` Gaorgi Chilikov from

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Bulgaria. He's come to Britain for his brand`new job. Today will be my

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first day. I am excited, it is the finance industry so I suppose it

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will begin so did high school. I see an application of my skills in terms

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of language and experience. `` hi skill.

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Many of the Bulgarians and Romanians we spoke to already work ` or study

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` in this region. Their return flights though were much busier

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they said. There are a lot of people on the plane now, and there have

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been no tickets at all available because they are fully booked. Are

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people coming here to work? Yes because in Rumania we did not have

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lots of opportunities. Many people are working in Italy, Spain, not

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just Europe. So they will be going to all different countries.

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The long established routes `` they are long established routes, but if

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demand goes up more flights could follow. Airlines have seen the

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markets opened up `` open up, and we now have ten routes between Romania

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and Bulgaria. Those campaigning for tighter

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immigration controls say 50,000 Bulgarian and Romanian could move

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here every year for the next five years.

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In this part of the world, thousands of Eastern Europeans have found work

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in farming and food packing. In Luton today this welcome sign. We do

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not think the are a lot of Romanians coming. So it is a comment about

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what the media had to say. The first of the new migrant workers

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have already arrived, but how many will follow, nobody really knows.

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Peter Bone is the MP for Wellingborough. He's one of a

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growing number of MPs calling on the Government to once again restrict

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working rights for Bulgarians and Romanians ` earlier tonight I asked

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him why. We cannot have 70,000 people turn up in this country from

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Bulgaria and Rumania, it would put too much pressure on our public

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services. I think we should continue with the current Visa arrangements

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which other people in this country who we want for specific jobs, but

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not to let anyone come in. You say 70,000. Where have you got that

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figure from? Lots of people have conflicting opinions, it is

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guesswork, isn't it? The Government has not given as any figures, I

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think it is ridiculous that they have not, though I suppose they are

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looking back to when Poland's transitional arrangements did not

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take place, and the Government said a few thousand Polish people will

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come in and we had over half a million. But I am looking at the

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independent forecasts by think tanks and it seems to me between 5000 and

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70,000 seems to me the best estimate. The big issue in

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Wellingborough is immigration, it is more important than health, crime,

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even the economy. But have people got a warp perception of what

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immigration might mean? Know, if you look at the figures, it is pressure

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on housing, hospitals, schools. I would continue with the current

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restrictions that other people into this country if we want them to come

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in for a particular job, but not allow anybody to come in. You say

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continue with these restrictions, but they were lifted yesterday. Is

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it not too late for this debate no? Parliament can bring in these

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restrictions or install them as soon as it once. What is frustration ``

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frustrating is that it has not allowed Parliament to have a vote.

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We will have a vote, and then MPs will have to make up their mind

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whether they are going to support unlimited immigration from the

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European Union or support what I believe is the right thing to do,

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have restrictions and control your own borders. It is an essential

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question that needs to be answered, and my constituents have made it

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quite clear what they think should happen.

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A Cambridge woman who was gored through the neck by a stag whilst on

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holiday in Scotland will spend the next week in an induced coma. Dr

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Kate Stone runs a hi`tech printing firm in Impington. She suffered

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serious throat injuries after the animal panicked and charged at her.

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An operation yesterday to repair the damage is said to have gone well.

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The Luton and Dunstable Hospital has come under fire for a procedure

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intended to ease back pain, but which for some patients actually

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made the condition worse. The operation on 93 patients involved

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using a spinal implant, but in many cases it later had to be removed.

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The hospital's now being asked why it allowed so many operations to go

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ahead. It's called a Dynesys spinal

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implant, meant to alleviate back pain and increase mobility. In four

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years 93 patients at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital underwent this

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procedure, but outcomes were poor. Many people needed corrective

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surgery ` others were told the operation had damaged their spine.

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To see a member of your family or a friend go through two major

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operations when they only needed one, and further to know that maybe

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that first operation has reduced the chances of being out of pain, these

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are serious questions. Many patients needed corrective surgery. Much of

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it was done here at the National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore.

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What we have to do now is make sure that when a new product comes to the

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market base, it is done in a number of centres and the correct amount of

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information is obtained. And outcomes are addressed before it is

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used widespread throughout the rest of the NHS.

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The Dynesys implant is made in America. Its manufacturers, Zimmer,

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say it's been successfully implanted into thousands of patients

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worldwide. In a statement they said: The implants at the L and D were

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carried out by one surgeon working alone.

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The hospital now accepts there could have been better monitoring of

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outcomes for patients. One of the things we identified was that an

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individual surgeon working single`handedly, the are no checks

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and balances in place. It is very important that clinicians can

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scrutinise their peers' work and see that things are leading to good

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outcomes. Two surgeons now monitor each

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other's work, and the hospital no longer performs Dynesys implants.

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But for those patients living in pain, these changes have come too

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late. More than 20,000 homes and

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businesses across Beds are to get superfast broadband. The project is

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backed by Government funding and should reach 90% of homes in the

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county by the end of 2016. There was to my's top stories.

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forward. It has proved a frustratingly slow restoration

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process. Still to come. The girls from last night's football. Ronan

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Parke talks to us about beating bullies. And we are with the great

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animal count at Banham Zoo. 1,500 jobs are be created this year

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with the opening of a second Center Parcs site in the region. It's one

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of a number of developments on the business scene in 2014. Our business

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correspondent Richard Bond has been looking at the prospects for this

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region. New Year cheer has been lacking on

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this production line ever since the recession. Jobs have gone, a shift

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has been cut. This year, the workers had reason to feel perky. This event

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will be launched in the spring. This will guarantee production for the

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next 12 years. It's been made here since 2001. It could have turned out

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so differently for one of the region's last major factories. This

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model nearly went to France, but after lengthy negotiations going

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right to the top of government, a decision was made to keep production

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here. Huge sums have been invested in the plans, including ?40 million

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in this new body shop. It will assemble the vans using the latest

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robotics, and if things go well, a second shift could be added. We

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anticipate that in the midst of 2015, the volume will blow up and

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out guys will get two shifts. That is our prediction provided the

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market will grow as anticipated. It won't be all good news in the

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manufacturing sector. This factory will close in the spring with a loss

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of more than 200 jobs. It was founded in the town. It's jobs have

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moved to Hertfordshire. The infrastructure is badly in need of a

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boost. It will get one late in the year. Work on the last stretch of

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single carriageway between two more areas is being completed. Another

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significant event, this time for tourism, will be the opening of the

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new Center Parcs in Bedfordshire. The ?250 million project is due to

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welcome its first guests in the spring. Center Parcs will inject

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approximately ?20 million into the regional economy. As well as that,

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we're creating many jobs, and they are permanent. 1500 jobs all year

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round. We're right on the doorstep of the south`east here. Millions of

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potential customers to come and enjoy our facilities at Center

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Parcs. With unemployment falling and growth picking up, it could be a

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good time to open a holiday park, especially one close to the

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south`east. And tomorrow, our sports editor

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Jonathan Park will be looking ahead to a year in sport ` in particular

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the for gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games.

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Lots of you will remember Ronan Parke from Britain's Got Talent. He

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was the bookies' favourite to win the competition in 2011 but finished

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in second place. Since then, Ronan, who's from Norfolk, has released an

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album and a string of singles. His latest record, Defined, is out on

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Monday and will raise money for Kidscape, the anti`bullying charity.

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This afternoon I spoke to Ronan Parke and Peter Bradley from

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Kidscape about the message they were hoping to get across.

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I was very close with the writers who were writing the song, and I

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spoke to them closely saying about my experience with bullying, which

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was online after Britain's got talent. It was just name`calling

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mostly on social networking sites. I think Kidscape just connected with

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the song, because it is talking about not just the effect of how

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people will feel about bullying, but about how they can overcome it and

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not let it define you. The video is hard`hitting. Very powerful. I

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suppose that is really important to actually show the kind of effects

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that bullying has. Even filming it, I stood there watching it being

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filmed, and it's like giving you shivers because it was so realistic.

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It's very bad cases of bullying, but that they can be like, and that's

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what we wanted the video to really show people. The statistics on

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bullying are still pretty shocking. So many young people affected. We

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have heard about cyber bullying from Ronan, but is verbal bullying still

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the worst`case? In the United Kingdom, verbal bullying is the most

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common form of bullying. As you've seen, cyber bullying affects so many

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young people, and of course it's 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and

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is an relentless. The thing about cyber bullying is that you are

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one`on`one, aren't you? You're looking at something. No one else

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need be around you all see what's happening. With cyber bullying, it's

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the fact that it can be so ruthless, and you can't see people's reactions

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to it. That's why I think it is a very bad case of bullying. All

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bullying is awful, but I think cyber bullying, because you consider

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reactions or see how people will deliver quick. More people are

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getting tablets and phones where they are going on social networking

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sites. What would you say to anyone who is being bullied? It's important

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that you are from if you are being bullied, you tell a trusted adult as

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soon as possible. A parent, adult friend, a teacher. By telling

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someone, it can be stopped, because as we know, once it goes viral and

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around the world, news travels quickly. Speed is of the essence to

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stop cyber bullying. Kidscape's research shows that quite a few

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parents and teachers don't know how to deal with cyber bullying. What

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you think is the answer? How can they be educated? What's important

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is that young people and teachers and parents work together joined up

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approach. The education of cyber bullying has to be within the

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curriculum and teachers need to be more aware and pass that knowledge

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on to young people. You have dealt well with what happened to you.

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Obviously things are going well now? I've learnt not to look at it

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and just take a step back, not read the comments. But people can be

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awful, but people can also be really kind, so I think I'm lucky to be

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able to have people who support me, and my fans are great to me and they

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really help me as well. They are so supportive. They've been supportive

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about the track and what me and Kidscape are doing. I'm grateful.

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Good luck to both of you. Thank you very much.

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In football, we start 2014 with a number of teams battling at the

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wrong end of the table. But both Ipswich and Southend were unbeaten

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over Christmas. Northampton are still searching for a new manager,

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while Norwich are hoping to find form. Yesterday's draw with Crystal

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Palace in the Premier League means they haven't won in five games.

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As Christmases go, very little to celebrate for Norwich. No wins, few

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points. 2014 now all about survival. Little to cheer at Selhurst Park, a

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game low on quality but high on spirits, with two teams each braced

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for a fight to the death. Bradley Johnson's goal a rare moment of real

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class. Johnson! Good effort, and in!

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Norwich City League! Soon, the mood turned sour. One

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player lucky to escape with just a booking for this, and Palace were

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level shortly after. Leroy Fer's foul, a booking and a penalty scored

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by Jason Puncheon. The second half all but a write`off, notable only

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for Fer's second yellow, meaning he will miss Saturday's FA Cup game

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with Fulham. A glance at the table shows Norwich have little breathing

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space. A 6`point cushion pre`Christmas has closed to just

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three over the drop zone, but one win would ease the pressure.

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three over the drop zone, but Ipswich begin the year in the

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play`offs upbeaten in eight, the Championship's form team. The gift

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of an own goal set them on their way, but Charleston denied them

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three points in injury time. Darren Ferguson has been longing for

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January, with the transfer window open. Expect arrivals and departures

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to reignite Peterborough's promotion push. Jack Payne's goal gave Posh

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hope against Brentford making it 1`1, but the leaders once again

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pulled away. It finished 3`1. The fact

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Colchester's goalkeeper was man of the match at MK Dons tells its own

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story. Sam Walker made a string of saves in a goalless draw. The Ewes

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rode their luck. The dominant Dons couldn't find a way through. Then a

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bleak picture. The Gillingham game off. Borough at bottom. The

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chairman's backed Graham Westley to turn it around, but with the manager

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under pressure to reduce the wage bill, there is little money to play

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with. A productive Christmas for Southend. Seven points from three

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games. Ryan Leonard scored late in each half to beat Portsmouth.

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Northampton start the year bottom of the football league and without a

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manager. We understand interviews have taken place with a small number

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of applicants. Iain Dowie is the favourite. Tom Williams, BBC Look

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East. There will be lots of companies

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doing their stock`taking over the next few weeks. It's not much fun,

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and can take time. But of course it gets a bit more interesting at a

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zoo. It's not always easy, because the zoo population changes over the

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course of the year, and occasionally some animals just don't want to be

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counted. But we sent Mike Liggins to Banham Zoo in Norfolk to see if he

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could be of any help. One two, three, four... They should

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have been ten, but I can only see nine. We did have some help from

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this little chap, who is keen to check out the paperwork. A stock

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take happens because suits need to know what they have. We contacted

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the breeding coordinators and do an update of what we've got and what

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sexes. Perhaps the most important number in the ban inventory is too.

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Two Siberian tiger cubs. They have been a huge draw over the summer.

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They are critically endangered species, so they are important in

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this breeding programme. There are thought to be less than 400 left in

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the wild. There are 120 species at Banham Zoo, and over 2000 animals in

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total. That number is hard to calculate because there are 1568

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cockroaches. And very friendly they are too. But not as friendly as the

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lemurs. Eight Ring tailed and five red ruffs. They are very different

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in character. The Red Cross, sweet as they are, they are more

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temperamental. The ringtail is a very laid`back, but might `` like

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most lemurs, they like food. You know that old showbiz saying about

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never working with animals and children? It's true. Meerkats can

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get into funny places. But one and my leg, sorry. And so can lemurs.

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When it comes to doing the annual stock... Oh, God! This one had left

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onto the camera. Perhaps he wanted to make sure he had been counted.

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Weren't expecting that. That's brilliant. The weather.

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An area of low pressure is bringing wet and windy traditions to the

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south`east of the King country. It is bringing problems overnight.

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Here, we get off quite lightly. There will be some rain later, but

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the big feat of these low for us will be the strength of the wind as

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it makes its way to the North Sea. Currently dry across the region. We

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will see increasing amounts of cloud moving from the West. This fairly

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narrow band of rain will battle through quickly tonight into the

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early hours of tomorrow morning. We will see some clear spells behind.

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Perhaps one or two showers. In terms of temperatures, they do stay mild,

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five to seven Celsius. It will be windy by the end of the night. Gusts

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around 45 knots per hour. We start tomorrow still quite windy. There

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will be some sunshine around first thing, and some blustery showers as

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well, particularly through the morning and into the early

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afternoon. Tending to die away through the late afternoon, but some

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sunshine out there. Certainly windy. Though speeds will pick up into the

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mid`afternoon, so these are the of average speeds we can see around

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2:00pm. Temperatures staying mild. 89 Celsius. The wind will make it

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feel chilly. Once more, we have the chance of some 40 mile an hour gusts

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through the afternoon and early part of the evening. Some showers still

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around the afternoon and evening, but they will tend to fade around

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with some clear spells developing later. The forecast will stay very

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unsettled, so the pressure pattern for Sunday really flags up that

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point. You can see the steep area of low pressure out into the Atlantic

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are pushing through some strong winds across the region. Having said

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that, Saturday does not look quite as windy. In fact, it may well start

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wet with outbreaks of rain through morning. By afternoon, it is looking

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more dry and brighter. Clearing skies for Saturday night. That will

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mean there is a risk of Frost as temperatures get close to freezing.

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In Sunday, will start dry and bright. Quickly turning cloudy, and

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is outbreaks of rain. This area of low pressure will bring some heavy

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rain for the evening on Sunday and into the overnight period. By Monday

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morning, still some showers around and still unsettled. A quick

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barometer check. 998 millibars. Thank you very much. That's all from

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us. Have a very good evening.

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