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Good evening. In the programme tonight, a six`year jail sentence

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for the former soldier who killed his daughter after being wounded in

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Afghanistan. Remembering the fallen, thousands have attended a memorial

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service at RAF Lakenheath for the helicopter crew killed on the

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Norfolk coast. Riding high, the slumbering giants leading the race

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for league status. And we have had some heavy showers today, but also

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some springlike sunshine. I will have a weekend weather forecast

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coming up at the end of the programme.

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First tonight, a former soldier has been jailed for causing the death of

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his baby daughter. Liam Culverhouse was given a medical discharge from

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the army. He was suffering from post`traumatic stress disorder after

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being shot in Afghanistan. Five of his colleagues died in the attack. A

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few months later, in May 2011, his seven`week`old daughter Khloe was

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admitted to hospital with severe injuries. She died over a year

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later. Mike Cartwright has been at Northampton Crown Court and joins us

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now. Liam Culverhouse had already pleaded guilty to causing the death

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of his baby daughter. He had been told he was going to prison today.

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Watching from the public gallery was his father, who told me afterwards

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that his son had never been the same since the shooting in Afghanistan.

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The court was told he had become angry, aggressive, irritable, unable

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to cope with the cries of a baby. Silent as he walked into court.

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Today, Liam Culverhouse was jailed for six years for causing the death

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of his baby daughter. He had shaken and twisted her, fracturing her

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skull, ribs and limbs, the court was told, on at least four occasions. He

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had been blinded in his right eye by a bullet. This had contributed to

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what he did, the court heard. These are pictures from the aftermath of

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that event in Afghanistan. He was one of 16 soldiers who were

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ambushed. The trauma after witnessing the death of your fellow

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soldiers, the judge said today, had caused you psychological damage But

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you do have cobbled at in this case, said the judge. You have

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acknowledged you always had a temper. You appreciated the risk to

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your daughter, and you ceased your anger management treatment. He told

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officers he would never hurt his daughter. I am not responsible, he

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said. He changed his mind. It is clear from the investigation and

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from the early guilty plea that Liam Culverhouse himself was a very

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troubled man, and clearly, I'm fit to look after a small baby. I hope

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that the prison sentence affords him a chance to reflect on his actions

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because he was truly remorseful for failing to adequately care for his

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daughter. `` unfit. Medical assessment by the MoD found he had

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missed important treatment, but also, key issues had not been

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addressed. A soldier who, just after `` just 18 months after returning

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from a skeleton, had inflicted terrible injuries on his baby girl.

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`` from Afghanistan. Interesting hearing evidence from relatives who

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say they spotted problems with Khloe, they say she was pale and

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unresponsive. At one time she had a swollen head, but none of that, we

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were told, was picked up by the medical professionals. This comes

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after a damning report into child protection services here in

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Northamptonshire just recently. A short time ago I spoke to Stephen

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Clark from the charity Combat Stress, which helps armed forces

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personnel with mental health problems. First I asked how common

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post`traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is. Around 4% of Afghan and

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Iraq veterans are expected to show signs of PTSD and about 20% are

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expected to show signs of things like anxiety and depression. I guess

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that is to be expected, but how effective is treatment for this

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condition? There are a number of fact as. One of the most shocking

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things for us is that the average time in which symptoms can arise can

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be 13 years. In that time, veterans can have social problems, and their

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issues can become very complex. So, it can be a lot harder for them to

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get to a point where they can deal with it. But what can be done to

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speed up access to the kind of service that you provide? One thing

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which is really important is that with regard to mental health in

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general, a lot of people go a long time without seeking help, either

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because they do not feel they understand the situation they are

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in, and sometimes, we do not think of mental health as is much of a

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valid injury as a physical one. With soldiers still serving abroad, do

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you feel enough is being done by the government to treat these people?

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Great steps have been taken to make sure that people get the help they

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need. Procedures are put in place to help people noticed the symptoms.

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Also, we work with the Department of Health to make sure that people get

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referred through to us. Like I said, it can take a long time for people

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to either seek health `` help or to understand what is going on with

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them. Two men have told a jury today how

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they survived an attack by the serial killer Joanna Dennehy after

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she embarked on a 10`day killing spree. After murdering three men

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near Peterborough, she travelled more than 100 miles to try to kill

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two others. Two of her friends accused of helping her cover up her

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crimes are on trial at Cambridge Crown Court. Meeting for the first

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time, two strangers who survived an attempt at attack by a serial

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killer, who had been picked randomly by the killer. One of them turned

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around and realised he was being attacked. She told him, I am hurting

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you and I want to kill you. There was no emotion in her face. He said

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he put his hand inside his jacket and he saw all this blood. Joanna

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Dennehy had already killed three men that she knew, John Chapman, Kevin

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Lee and another. All three were stabbed in the heart and left in

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ditches near Peterborough. The court has been told that Joanna Dennehy

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drove 140 miles to Hereford with the man accused of assisting her

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searching for new victims. She is said to have told him, I want to

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have my fun. The second to be taxed there was John Rogers, just ten

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minutes after the earlier stabbing. John Rogers said Joanna Dennehy was

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very matter`of`fact, like it was something she had to do, she was

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just going about her business. She noticed that he was bleeding and

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then said, I had better do some more. One family had witnessed some

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of the stabbings that day and they thought they were seeing a couple

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having a domestic flight. After the attack, they said, she looked across

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and smiled. Joanna Dennehy has already admitted the three killings.

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In the dock where her two friends, Gary stretch and Leslie Layton. The

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ground say they helped her cover up the murders. Gary stretch denies

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preventing lawful barrio of all three men and two of attempted

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murder. Leslie Layton denies preventing lawful burial and

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perverting the course of justice. One of the victims told how he

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thought he was going to die as he drifted in and out of consciousness.

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After the random attack on a spring afternoon. Well, Northampton have to

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beat Castres tonight to stand any chance of making the quarterfinals

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of the Heineken Cup. They have also got to hope that Leinster lose. Join

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me later in the programme for a full preview.

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A stigma around becoming a home carer is making it hard to hire new

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staff, according to a private care company in Cambridgeshire. Centra

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Care is trying to recruit 200 new staff to work in rural areas. They

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say demand for care for older people there is growing fast.

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Stephanie has been a carer for six months. She visits Sam and jailed

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twice a day. In their 80s, Jill has dementia. Mealtimes, cleaning,

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shopping, Stephanie is there to help. You have to love helping

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people. I think if you do not have the passion for the job, I do not

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think you will be as good. Sometimes you come early in the morning, and

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you are depressed, and then after half an hour, you have talks to

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them, and they have a smile on their face. Sometimes they say, thank you

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so much for what you have done. And I do not think sometimes I have done

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much, but it does make a difference for them. If it was not for our

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girls, we they will come in early morning and if I am still in bed,

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they get the up and dress me and bath me if I want. In rural

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Cambridgeshire, there are 19,00 people over 65 with long`term health

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problems. It is a figure which is expecting to rise by a figure which

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is expecting to rise by 0.25 x 0 20. But finding more carers is a

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challenge. This company is recruiting in shopping centres in

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Cambridge. They need 200 new carers. Actually, it is a really important

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job. You are probably the only person that some of these people see

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every day. That is really important, but people perhaps do not give it

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the credibility it deserves. With an ageing population, Cambridge county

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council now works with 27 private care companies, but is it an

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industry that people want to work in? If it is something you want to

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do as a job, then yes, but it is not something I picture myself doing.

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There is a most of the companies in Cambridge are looking for 300 carers

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at the moment. Health visitors still come via the NHS, while home care is

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provided by private companies. Their problem is attracting more people

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like Stephanie to apply for a job. The Prime Minister, David Cameron,

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said today that improved road and rail links will put this region at

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the heart of the country's economic recovery. He was speaking as new

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figures reveal that more money is now being spent on transport schemes

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here than anywhere in the country outside London. Our political

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correspondent Andrew Sinclair reports.

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After nearly 40 years of campaigning, the A11 is almost

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complete. Today, the man who gave the go`ahead to the final stage came

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to inspect the work. The Prime Minister spent half an hour at a

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overdone. He was told that last year 's good weather meant the road

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should be open by this summer. He said it would be the final piece in

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the jigsaw, inking Norfolk with London. `` linking. When it came to

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power in 2010, the coalition scrapped dozens of road schemes But

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since then it has become quite a believer in infrastructure,

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believing that if you make it easier for people to get about, that is

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good for the economy. He met campaigners calling for improvements

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to the A47, which runs from Norfolk into Cambridgeshire. There was no

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big announcement today but a recognition that the road needs

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improving and they promised that it will be top of the list when there

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is money available. Affirm the commitment, the better. At

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infrastructure commitments made now will need to be delivered in three

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or four years' time. `` the firm `` the more firm the commitment. The

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revelation that we are now top of the list when it comes to transport

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spending is significant. Four years under Labour and the Conservatives

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we lost out. But there is still a lot of scepticism. The A11 is the

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only big project currently under way. Work on the A14 is pencilled in

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for 2016. Improving the bottleneck at the E Lee Junction has not

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started yet, and work on the east`west rail link is happening,

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but very slowly. Much of the money is not planned to be spent until

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after the next election, and goodness knows what may happen, as

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we have seen that kind of problem before. It is no good coming to our

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region and telling us nice things might happen if there is no money

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and this is a government which is scared it is losing support in the

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east, coming here and offering nothing. But the Prime Minister

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believes that for too long, we have lost out, and it is now time to get

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things moving. But will he be able to deliver? Well, the Prime Minister

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has just been appearing on our sister programme in Norwich,

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speaking to Stewart White. He said to him, that when he came to power,

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work on improving the A14 had stopped... When we came to power, we

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faced a complete financial mess and a massive budget deficit. We are

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sorting out those problems, the deficit is down by a third, and so

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we are able to make these decisions now because we are clearing up the

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mess which Labour left. That is part of our long`term economic LAN.

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Infrastructure has a key part in it. But you can only deliver on these

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plans if you win the next election. The scoping work is under way now,

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and I hope that soon the shovels will be going into the ground. Of

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course there is a lot more to do. But this is a big set of investment.

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A short while ago, I asked our political correspondent Andrew

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Sinclair about the significance of today's visit. Well, it is

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significant because the Prime Minister drops into our region for

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fleeting visits for a couple of hours at a time several times a

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year, but this is the first time David Cameron has spent the whole

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day in East Anglia. It is also very interesting that he chose to spend

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the day talking about infrastructure, because, for many

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years, there has been a feeling in this region, backed up either

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figures, that for years we have lost out when it has come to investment

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in road and rail schemes. There has been a feeling that Whitehall does

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not think we are worth investing in. Well, today, the message from the

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Prime Minister could not have been more clear. He believes this region

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has a lot to offer the country's economy. It talks about the science

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cluster and the growth of towns like Milton Keynes. He believes road and

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rail are important ways of boosting the economy. He wants to keep

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investing in this region. But did he announce anything new today? No he

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didn't. That is not surprising, because there are no budgets at the

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moment. All of them have been allocated for the foreseeable

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future. All he could do today was 20 sagely and say, yes, I understand

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what you mean, I get the message I know it is very important that the

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A47 is invested in in the future, for instance. `` to Nord sagely

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Labour say he is making promises for the future which he may well not be

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able to deliver. But the counterargument says that even

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commissioning feasibility studies, which is what is happening with the

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A47, very slowly moves things forward. It might get noticed back

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in London. There is a feeling that the visit has been worthwhile. The

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Prime Minister also believes that how we get around the region is a

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big issue for many voters, and he thinks today has been well spent.

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More than 2000 people attended a memorial service this afternoon for

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the four American aircrew killed in a helicopter crash ten days ago The

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service took a hangar at RAF Lakenheath, their base, in Suffolk.

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Alex Dunlop was there. Four F`1 fighters approaching Hangar 7, in

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the traditional missing man formation, one symbolically heading

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towards heaven. As their families watch on, fellow airmen pay tribute

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to their fallen comrades. He was protective, fun loving and

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energetic. He was we miss you, we love you, you will be in our hearts

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for evermore. Few, perhaps too few, appreciate the

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role of those who fly these aircraft. Today, we were reminded of

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the squadron's motto. No words can explain why our fallen heroes were

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flying on that tragic night. One by one, the families were presented

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with military citations to those who they had loved and lost. The

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squadron will carry on executing the rescue mission which they were

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doing. The term was sombre, but there were moments of liberty, as

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some recounted happier days with those friends. As the service true

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to a close, a loan bagpiper struck up Amazing Grace, it was a chance

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for everybody to take time to reflect. How hard, though, for the

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families left behind. For some, the agony was too intense. It was a very

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private moment of pain in a very public place. The callsign of the

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downed aircraft will not be resurrected, along with the four

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airmen, it, too, will be laid to rest. Finally, there was a rousing

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call of their unofficial motto, to rescue all who are left behind.

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In sport this weekend, Northampton Saints must win their final pool

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match against Castres to stand any chance of making the quarterfinals

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of the Heineken Cup. Whilst in football, two of the region's teams

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are battling for promotion from the Conference. Let's cross live to

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James Burridge, who is at Franklin's Gardens now.

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Yes, welcome to Franklin's Gardens. It is an interesting weekend in

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terms of the permutations for qualification. The Saints need to

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get five points tonight and hope that Leinster slip up against the

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ospreys. The chief executive joins me now. How optimistic are you? We

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will take tonight's game as it comes. We will go out to win it I

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suspect we will win it, but we are reliant on Leinster's result, and we

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are not hopeful that they will get turned over tonight. Will the fans

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be seeing European rugby next season, with the row rumbling on? No

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conclusion, so I cannot give you a definitive answer to that. But

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suddenly, everybody wants there to be European rugby next year. Layers,

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management, clubs, supporters, everyone loves it. The difficulty is

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getting all the parties to agree on one common setup. `` players. We had

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every party to a potential agreement other than the French union in

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agreement, but the French union would not concede with everybody

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else. And so we are back to the negotiating table. What are the

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final stumbling blocks? This is all about power, to be fair. It is all

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about who is going to say they are in control of this competition. We

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have suggested, and it was supported by the other nations, that Six

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Nations should do it, and the French are not happy with that. Coverage of

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this game on Radio Northampton tonight. In football ` there are

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some important games for our teams tomorrow. One of the most exciting

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battles for promotion involves two teams from this region. Luton Town

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and Cambridge United are currently ranked one and two in the

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Conference. The Hatters have spent the last five seasons trying to get

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back into the Football League, and promotion will be worth ?1 million.

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United, but in the wrong division for five long seasons. Luton's

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Stadium, fan base and history is Football League. It is their job to

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win back a place in the Football League. You can do it by being

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competitive, working hard, and the other way is, you can wait around

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for someone to come around with a magic wand, which touches you and

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you just win it. Unfortunately we have not found that bloke yet. So

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the search is on to find the promotion formula. On Tuesday it was

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Cambridge's night in the FA Trophy. There is growing optimism that this

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is the season that Cambridge, Luton, or even both, can end their long

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association with the Conference It is one of the toughest divisions to

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get out of, with just one team getting promoted automatically. It

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is a two horse race, both of them are playing very well. Nobody gave

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us a chance at the start of the season. We have been a surprise

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package. You have to keep it going until the end. We have had heartache

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over the last four years. We hope this will be our year. Five years in

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the making, this has got to be it. John steel says he has got a

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two`year project, but let's hope he can do it in his first season. His

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predecessors have suffered under the weight of expectation, including

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Richard money, now in Cambridge colours. In the last four seasons,

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they have made the play`offs three times. Last year they finished

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seventh, 13 points adrift of the top five. Today, things are healthier,

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Luton are top, Cambridge second chasing a ?1 million prize. The

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finances are secondary to our football success. What we really

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want is to be in a position not just in the Football League, but to

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aspire to get up to League One, and then the Championship. It looks like

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Luton's battle with Cambridge will go down to the wire. The sides are

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due to meet again, with a date as yet unknown. It could well be a

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title decider. There is a pitch inspection at half past eight

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tomorrow morning for Luton fans were there a game against Wrexham

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tomorrow. Time now for the weekend weather,

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with Alex. We have had a real mixture of weather today, with heavy

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showers, but also some springlike sunshine. The heaviest of the

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showers this morning affected parts of Essex, giving us problems with

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flooding. There are some showers still around, many of them have died

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away. The bulk of the night is looking largely dry. Essentially, we

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start to develop quite a bit of cloud later on. Temperatures on the

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whole will stay on the mild side, with quite a breeze coming in from

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the south`east. Moving into the weekend, low pressure still very

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much on the scene, which means some unsettled weather, and the chance of

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some rain. Saturday looks more cloudy, with a greater risk of rain.

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We start Saturday with this band of rain clearing away first thing.

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After that it looks largely dry It will stay rather cloudy. There may

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be some brighter spells, but for most of us, the skies will be

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remembered cloudy. In terms of two bridges, around nine Celsius will be

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the high. There will be a moderate southeasterly breeze. `` in terms of

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temperatures. It will be feeling quite chilly at times. Looking

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ahead, low pressure starting to move to the north. A ridge of high

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pressure building in from the south`west, which will mean lighter

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winds. Some finer conditions as we start next week, but also some much

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colder nights following, as well as colder days. A weather front pushing

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through on Sunday night will bring us some rain, but also, temperatures

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dropping under clear skies. Starting next week, it is looking colder

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Mainly dry and bright for Monday. A much colder night following on,

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bringing a widespread frost. That could well linger into Tuesday.

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That's all from Look east for tonight. I'll be back just after ten

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with another update, with all your news and weather, plus that

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all`important rugby result. And we'll be back tomorrow at ten past

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one, after Football Focus, with all your news and sport. So do join us

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then, if you can.

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