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perhaps 48 hours of drier weather for many of us. But between now and

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Hello and welcome to Look East. In the programme tonight:

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Are private companies encouraging benefit tourism by helping migrants

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to claim? The election blunder in

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Cambridgeshire which could mean the wrong candidate was announced the

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winner. Return to the classroom. A big day

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for the Duke of Cambridge as he starts his new course.

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And six months and counting. The region gets ready for the Tour de

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France. Private companies that charge

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migrants in our region for help in claiming benefits should be better

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investigated. That's the claim of the MP for Peterborough. Stewart

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Jackson fears at best they are exploiting the migrants and at worst

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encouraging what he calls benefit tourists.

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People from all and, Latvia and Rumania `` Poland. Some people won't

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support and they are willing to pay for it. There are numerous places

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along here you can pay for help in filling out forms. Sometimes it is

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?10. Sometimes more. This woman moved here ten years ago. She paid

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for help for filling in forms. It was 120 four child revenue and tax

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credit. She thinks it was too much. Today, the MP for Peterborough has

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called for these types of businesses to be investigated. I think they

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need to get the regulatory forces, such as people in charge of

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licensing, to be ensuring that people are not exploited. It is not

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a good image for Peterborough. We want working people who are sold

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sufficient and making a contribution. We don't want benefit

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tourists. This advice centre opened in Peterborough this week. For 60 a

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year, migrants will be told about employment rights, benefits and how

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to find a GP. Fiona says she is here to help, not rip people off. A lot

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of people are helping. But others are taking too much of a cup. Was a

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huge market. There are a lot of vulnerable people at there. The

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citizens advice bureau can offer some help for free. In communities

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like this, many migrants are paying private companies instead.

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So why are migrants paying for help they could get free of charge?

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Martin Lord Is from the Citizen s Advice Bureau in Northampton. He

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told me that many private companies are run by migrants themselves and

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so they are more appealing. But I asked if the CAB should advertise

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its services more. We do make ourselves fairly well

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known amongst the migrant community. There is a lot of information on our

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website in a range of languages And we so questions that migrants

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frequently ask us. The vast majority of people who seek advice from our

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service asking about employment issues and not necessarily those

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regarding Social Security benefit and tax credit. When I think about

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the frequently asked questions, it is about not being paid at work

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about were men who become pregnant being dismissed by their employer

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and so on. It's not that the vast majority of migrants are benefit

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tourists? We don't see a great deal of evidence for that. Things might

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change in terms of new migrants but there are strong restrictions placed

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on what new migrant communities from Romania and Bulgaria can claim.

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Those from Poland and with the Waimea are potentially younger and

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speak reasonably good English `` Lithuania. They are prone to being

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exploited in the workplace or by private landlords. Have you had many

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Romanians and Bulgarians coming to you for help yet? There has been a

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trickle. Not since January, but historically because there have been

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a number of people who have been working here on a self`employed

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basis. Does it concern you that some private companies are charging

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migrants hundreds of pounds for help filling in these forms? It does It

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is difficult to separate the issue of giving advice on employment

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issues and Social Security and the process of actually filling in

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forms. I would imagine that many of these providers are not in any way

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qualified to provide the support and are preying on people is former

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abilities and might actually end up giving people the wrong advice in

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the process. We will continue to do our best to help all the communities

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we serve, including those from abroad.

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Members of the Conservative Party in Cambridgeshire will hold a special

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meeting this week to discuss claims that they may have chosen the wrong

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candidate to represent them at the next election. There are suggestions

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that the votes weren't properly counted during last month's

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selection. Our political correspondent is in our newsroom.

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This is all rather embarrassing so what happened?

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A lot of conservatives in the south`east are quite angry about

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this. They really tried hard to be open and transparent when it came to

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choosing a successor to Sir James Pace. Last month, they held an open

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primary and asked members of the public to help them choose. They

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chose Lucy Fraser, a London barrister highly regarded by the

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party hierarchy. She was not the favourite to win locally. It was

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only later on that they discovered some of the folks in her bundle had

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been cast for another candidate It was probably an innocent mistake,

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but it does call the verdict into question. They're having a special

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meeting to officially re`endorse Lucy Fraser. She was not the

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favourite. Supporters of at least one other candidate are saying they

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are going to call for the whole election to be rerun. If that

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happens, it will be embarrassing for the party. Hierarchy are saying this

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is a local matter and if it needs a second election, so be it. But the

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local Conservative Party will not want that to happen.

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All but two of our hospitals met the Accident and Emergency waiting times

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over the Christmas week according to figures out today. The number of

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patients fell slightly over the festive period, which may have

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helped. This is the target that all

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hospitals are expected to hit. 5% of emergency patients should be

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treated within four hours. According to NHS England, these hospitals all

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failed to achieve that. The worst performing here was Northampton

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General. But Milton Keynes is an unusual case because even though the

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A department itself missed the target, the hospital also has an

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urgent care centre which looks after less serious injuries. Taking those

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figures into the mix, Milton Keynes as a whole did meet the target at

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nearly 97%. But these hospitals without question performed well The

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best in the region were Hinchingbrooke and the Luton and

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Dunstable, which despite high demands achieved 98.4%. The BBC has

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learned that A departments across the country have a number of

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patients who repeatedly turn up One patient at Luton and Dunstable went

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to casualty 234 times over the course of the year. That is more

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than every second day. Even now a week into the new year many

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hospitals are still struggling with unusually high numbers of patients.

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Peterborough, Milton Keynes and Addenbrooke's Hospital are all on

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black alert at the moment, meaning there's a serious shortage of beds.

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I think patients are probably experiencing two major issues.

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People are having to wait a little longer in A departments before

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getting access to treatment. Secondly, unfortunately we have had

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to cancel a number of people for routine surgery in the last five or

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six days. But the concern now is how will hospitals cope if the weather

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takes a turn for the worst? It's been a very mild winter so far, but

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pressure always increases during a cold snap.

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There's also news today about children's services at Bedford

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Hospital. A report into the problems in paediatrics last summer which led

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to services being suspended says leadership at the time was weak It

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says the hospital board effectively ignored the safety concerns of

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junior doctors. Today the hospital told us many of the concerns have

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already been addressed. Five organisations have thrown their

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hats into the ring for a ?1 billion contract to run health care for the

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elderly in Cambridgeshire. It is the largest outsourcing contract in NHS

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history. But protest groups say it will put patients and the NHS at

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risk. A feisty former nurse stopping

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traffic to state her case. The public are not assured of what is

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going on. We hope to educate them at the same time. The campaigners say

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health care services in Cambridgeshire should stay within

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the NHS. Today the clinical listing group announced the short list.

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So far, we have had some interesting and exciting conversations that have

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not happened in the last 15 years of the NHS about how organisations can

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really make a difference for patients when looking after all of

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our health care. This is not the first time this has happened.

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Hitting brick hospital became the first privately run NHS hospital in

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the country in 2012. `` hitting brick. There are fears that could

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set a precedent for other commissioning groups across the

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country. This could ultimately lead to the break`up of the NHS. That is

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whoever wins the contract would have to do meet fierce NHS standards

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Station staff on Greater Anglia s West Anglia route have voted to go

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on strike. Around a hundred members of the Rail Maritime and Transport

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union are involved in the dispute. It's in a row over flexible working

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and claims that proper procedures were ignored. Union members backed a

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campaign of industrial action by nine to

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work that could stop it happening again.

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Still to come, a new project designed by a mother and daughter

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from Norfolk to combat bullying in schools. Plus the white van man

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turning muck into masterpieces. Students have been arriving back in

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Cambridge for the start of the new term, but one in particular has

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attracted quite a bit of attention because he happens to be second in

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line to the throne. Yes, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, was

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getting settled in today, as he begins a ten`week course in

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agriculture. Ben Bland reports. It is a university city that is rich

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in royal connections, with college names like kings and queens, you do

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not need a first to work that out. Today the latest royal student

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arrived, Prince William. He will be studying agriculture on a course

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that has been designed just for him. What you think about him coming here

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to study? It is great. It is a nice environment for everybody. Good luck

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to him. It does not really bother me too much. I think it is great. What

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would you see if you bumped into him? Fort would I say? Hi! Of course

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he's not the first member of the rail family to study at Cambridge.

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The college itself was founded by King Henry VIII `` first member of

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the Royal family. Some students had accused the

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University of giving the future King special treatment, allowing him in

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with A`level grades of eight, B and C. Today that criticism was

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withdrawn. The ten week course will help him to run the Duchy of

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Cornwall, the farmland that his father will handover. It is good

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that he wants to study with real experts and I understand that it is

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interdisciplinary and focuses on architecture, agriculture, planning,

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leadership. It strikes a lot of chords as a good way to prepare. At

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the nearby college of West Anglia the hope that it will inspire

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others. You need to be good at maths and science, it is not just for

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people who have nothing else to do. It is a very high`tech business. The

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Royal student will have his knows in his book, but East didn't say that

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he can get some practical experience down at their farm `` but these

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students say. It's six months to the day until the

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world's biggest bike race passes through our region. Stage three of

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the Tour de France goes through Cambridge and on to London.

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So let's remind ourselves of the route. The riders will cycle through

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the centre of Cambridge before heading south into Essex. Here the

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route will take them along smaller roads, through villages, before

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joining the A104 into London, finishing outside Buckingham Palace.

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Our sports editor Jonathan Park reports on six months to go.

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For Luke Hennessy, 2014 is a very important year. It is the year that

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he is trying to make it as a professional cyclist. It is also the

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year that the world's biggest cycle race comes to his home city,

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Cambridge. It is massive, it has never happened before, it will never

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happen again, it will come to Cambridge, more than likely. It is a

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once`in`a`lifetime opportunity. Next week he is off to Europe to race

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against seasoned pros in the hope of landing a contract. Words cannot

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describe it. Who would have thought that it would happen, the tour

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coming to Cambridge. Just back it as much as you can. This is where stage

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three of the true difference starts exactly six months today before

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heading to Essex and London. It is hard to believe that this park will

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be a sea of cyclist and their support staff for the teams, around

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2000 in total, plus there will be thousands of spectators and

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everything else that goes with staging one of the biggest aborting

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events on the planet. `` sporting events. Six months today, the true

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difference starts here. Does it? A surprise. Did you know it was

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coming? Yes, definitely. Did you know? Now, I did not. `` no, I did

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not. Some in the know, some no wiser. The council today said that

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the big push start in spring. From roundabout March and own words it is

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going to become very obvious that the true difference is coming to

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Cambridge. `` and own words. For Luke and his team`mates, they

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started the day with a six mile ride. Their thoughts may just have

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wondered however to seeing their rivals in July.

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Three`time Olympic medallist Louis Smith has announced that he's

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returning to full`time training in an attempt to qualify for this

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year's Commonwealth Games. Louis is from Peterborough but trains in

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Huntingdon. He says he'd thought the London Olympics would be his last

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competition, but now says he has "unfinished business" with the

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sport. I mean, I am confident I can get my

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pommel horse back to a level where it can be considered for the team.

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Whether it is what the team are looking for, whether they want more

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all`rounders, whether I can prove that I am better than the youngsters

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that are in the team that are doing great at pommel horse, I don't know.

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It will be hard to make the team, all I can do is get back to a level

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where I feel good and I am producing medal winning routines.

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The young pop star Ronan Parke came on Look East last week to talk about

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his new anti`bullying single. Ronan told us how he was bullied on social

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networking sites after finding fame in Britain's Got Talent. I think

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that with cyber bullying it is a thing that it can be so ruthless and

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you cannot see people's reactions to it. That is why I think it is a very

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bad case of bullying. All of them are full, but because you cannot see

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the reactions you do not understand how people are dealing with it ``

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all of them are terrible. After seeing the interview, a family in

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Norfolk got in touch to tell us they've designed a programme for

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schools to stop bullying before it starts. Bullying Stinkz is the first

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of its kind in the UK and teaches young children to celebrate each

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other's differences. Jacqui Hitchcock`Wyatt and her

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daughter Ellie are here with us now. Thank you for coming in. First of

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all, why as a family have you decided to do this? I think it is

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because of their personal experiences. I have twins who are 16

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and they were believed from the age of three. For eight years they were

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relentlessly bullied at four different schools here in Norwich.

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We could do nothing about it. The school could not deal with it, we

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did not know what to do about it, my parents did not know. We were

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distraught, the whole family went into meltdown because we could not

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deal with it. It got a point where we were all very well and we had to

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make a decision as a family that we would try to do something that would

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stop this to other families. So you have created this programme which

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will go into schools and preschools. From a young person's perspective,

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how will it work? It will help people from a young age to feel good

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about themselves and to celebrate their differences and the

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differences in their peers. It will help them feel good about themselves

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and give them confidence. The title of the programme is called Great As

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You Are. The whole idea is that we should celebrate differences. It is

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learned behaviour. It is learned behaviour, and the frightening thing

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is that it is increasing and it is starting at younger. People are

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arriving at school is knowing how to bully already, that is because they

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have learned it from their environments. This programme is to

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help parents, young children, teachers, to make sure that they

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know how to use other forms of behaviour. You have tested it for

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quite some time, there are preschools, schools, looking at

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taking it up? We have been trialling it for several years and we have an

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incredible team of experts. Lots of schools that are actually helping us

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with the programme, so it has all been tested for four years and now

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we go into schools and nurseries this September. It is ready to go.

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What you need to happen for it to be taken up by schools? In order for it

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to be taken up by schools, obviously we believe in it, but I think that

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the headteachers and people in the school need to believe in the

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cause, and I think having them wanting to help, I think that

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everybody really wants to stop being and that desire is going to make

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them want to get involved in this programme. Good luck with the

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programme, thank you very much for coming on and telling us all about

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it. It was Banksy who made graffiti art

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famous. He's said to have made millions, but we still don't know

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his identity. Well, now there's a new kid on the

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block. His name is Ruddy Muddy and he's from Norfolk. Ruddy is

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pioneering the use of muddy white vans to create art and Mike Liggins

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has been to meet him. This is Ruddy Muddy inaction working

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on a particularly grubby Forge transit. But for him, mud and grain

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is what he needs. His true identity is at closely guarded secret. He

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works quickly and with a bit of old tissue paper can create a mountain

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scene of great beauty. I had a bit of time on my hands and I was

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getting fed up with people rating all kinds of weird things on Van

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Zandt thought it would be interesting to play around ``

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writing all kinds of weird things on vans. We only joking about the

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identity thing, Ruddy Muddy is really a van driver and amateur

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artist. His van and what he calls his grafilthy art has been spotted

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all over the region. I have had people contact me from all over, a

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few in Cambridge as well. So your fame is spreading? The art certainly

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is, I do not know about the fame. Ruddy Muddy's parties also portable.

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We wanted to know what the great British public made of it, so we

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took his van to a car park. I think it is great, brilliant. It is with

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the good, better than the usual stuff on the side of a van that you

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would see. You don't do any kind of that stuff? I don't think I could do

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that. But not the rude stuff. No, not at all.

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He makes it look easy, but it is not. But here is a little portrait

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of our presenters. It is uncanny! It is like looking in

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the mirror. Thankfully the rain will watch that away. Will there be some

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rain to wash off that masterpiece? There may be. Part of America and

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Canada have been plunged into exceptionally cold temperatures ``

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parts. It has led to an abnormal jet stream which has pushed wet and

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windy weather our direction. We have also had milder conditions. Our

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warmest spot yesterday was 13 Celsius. It is early January, it

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should be more like six Celsius. We got to 12 Celsius in certain parts

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of Essex. We have also had unsettled weather, a lot of showers this

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morning and some of you may have experienced heavy downpours with

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heel mix in. There are some showers just across the western half, but

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they make make their way into parts of Northamptonshire. The rain moves

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up from the south`west, that might affect parts of Suffolk and Essex

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across the eastern side. Essentially it is a largely night with clear

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spells and lows of six or seven Celsius. At this time of year you

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should really be down to around freezing. Still quite breezy as well

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with the moderate `south`westerly. Tomorrow it does not look like a bad

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aid. It will be dry, with sunny spells through the morning. `` a bad

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day. Not a bad winter's Day at all. It changes subtly into the

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afternoon, increasing cloud will eventually bring us some patchy rain

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that will move through overnight. It is looking like a wet night forward

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and is the night into Thursday morning. This area of low pressure

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is bringing in that wet weather. Then we look ahead to the Outlook.

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We may well start a little bit cloudy and wet on Thursday. It is

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also looking quite breezy for Thursday. It settles down for Friday

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and Saturday. It will be a bit cooler, there will be some sunny

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spells around by the time we get to Saturday. There will be the return

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of some overnight frost. We are back with Stargazing, that will be on for

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three nights, make sure that you tune in at 8pm this evening. The

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weather for stargazing tonight is looking good, a bit more cloud

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around, a little bit wet. Just time to tell you a little bit

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more about the Stargazing programme which is coming to you live from

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Norwich. Thousands of people are expected to come along to the Forum,

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we will bring you all of the build`up tomorrow. People are

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working hard to make sure it is built on time.

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That is all for now. Goodbye. A tenth of a second

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could be the difference

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