23/01/2014 Look East - West


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

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a hammer in his own home: the 83`year`oldwho says the robbery

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won't ruin his life. Is Stansted a free`for`all for

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smugglers? A report highlights a lack of customs staff at the Essex

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Airport. And we'll be here later in the

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programme, where the big talking point is water. This region is the

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driest in the country ` but are farmers losing out when it comes to

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extracting underground sources? And who lives in a house like this?

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The labour of love that's become a thriving business.

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First tonight, he was tied to a chair and attacked with a hammer in

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his own home. But tonight, this 83`year`old man says he won't let

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the robber ruin his life. Ian McCann heard a noise at the back door of

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his home in Northampton on Sunday morning. He was confronted by a

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masked man who subjected him to a terrifying assault. The former

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soldier was badly injured but survived. Just to warn you, you may

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find this report by Ben Bland distressing.

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He hit me about the face and head with a large hammer. Around the eye

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particularly, I had a very large lump there and what has happened

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is, it has broken the capillaries in my face. And it is bleeding all the

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way down my face, then mine `` down my neck and into my face. It let

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this man with severe injuries. The man who broke in and attacked Ian

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McCann and stole money and has still not been caught. He broke the

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telephone cord off, tied me with my hands behind my back. And then he

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demanded money. It was both violent, very violent indeed. He

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threatened to kill my dog because the dog was barking. It is only a

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little Chihuahua. It is not likely to cost him damage. He is a Nazi,

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vicious dog that needs to be caught. About half past six, Mr

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McCann heard a noise on Sunday. `` he is a naff day, vicious thug. ``

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naff day. I heard a loud noise. I came out to find an assailant in my

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kitchen and utility room. As you can see, he has used a crowbar to damage

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the lot here in order to gain access police are appealing for anyone with

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information to come forward. `` nasty, vicious thug. This is a very

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dangerous person. He is attacking this person for financial gain.

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Anyone with information, numb at how small, please contact us and

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convince someone out there `` I am convinced someone out there will

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know who the offender is. After the robbery, Ian McCann no longer feels

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safe in his own home and he says he will not until his attacker is found

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and brought to justice. A new report has criticised the

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"almost total absence" of staff in the customs channels at Stansted

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Airport. The chief inspector of Borders and Immigration says

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adequate staffing is an important visible deterrent. He's called on

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the Home Office to address the issue as a matter of urgency.

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When Look East went behind the scenes at Stansted, we saw the

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challenge faced every day by the staff of the UK Border Agency, now

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the newly`constituted Border Force. Its staff have to be alert for

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everything from rolled tobacco and cigarettes to fake travellers'

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checks. The paperwork is completely naff, the colours are wrong.

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Significant quantities of class A drugs are seized. Smugglers often

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swallowing drug pellets. Here we have some suspicious packages.

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X`rays reveal the evidence. Today's report praises the professionalism

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of staff in the face of fluctuating resources. But it says the need to

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check all arriving passengers, and keep to queuing time standards, has

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led to pressures elsewhere. It highlights an "almost total absence

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of staff in customs channels, resulting in the removal of an

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important visible deterrent to smugglers. It says checks on

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high`risk parcels were often rushed, increasing the likelihood that

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prohibited goods go undetected. And it says weak controls over passenger

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movements allowed some to buy duty`free goods then leave without

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travelling abroad. The Border Force answers to the Home Office. In a

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statement, Immigration Minister Mark Harper says...

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Tonight, in the light of the report findings, there are concerns that

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the UK'sfourth busiest airport could get a reputation as a weak link in

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our border security. Kim Riley, BBC Look East, Stansted Airport.

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Our Chief Reporter Kim Riley is at Stansted now. Kim, what is the

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airport saying about all this? I suppose the report begs the question

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` just how much illegal material is not being seized at Stansted? That

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is right. The Chief Inspector and his team came last August, they were

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surprised by what they saw, surprised by what they did not see.

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They could not assess just what had not been seized but in that report

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you saw that x`ray machine, that machine was used only once in the

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months of July and August last year and Stansted Airport missed its

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annual targets for the seizure of Class A drugs. No heroin has been

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seized here since July 2012. We know from recorded seizures that

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packages, parcels are used for things like importing a firearm

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drugs and indeed endangered species, and if these checks are simply not

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up to scratch, you we can only speculate as to what might have got

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through unchallenged. Its end worrying for the airport. What are

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they saying about it tonight? `` it sounds worrying. They have

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emphasised that as far as border concerns are concerned, this is a

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border force matter although of course the airport works with border

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force, it says maintaining a secure border is important and can be

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achieved while also giving passengers a good experience. It

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said the two are not mutually exclusive. It says most of the time

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passengers have a good experience here but still believed, they still

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believe there are too many who experienced delays. It is important

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that we continue our work with the border force to find ways of

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improving performance. The bottom line is that the message in the

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report to the Home Office is simple. You have got to put the resources in

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to recruit more people, if necessary, to do this very important

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job and do it well. Thank you very much.

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The jury in the trial of two men accused of helping Joanna Dennehy

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cover her tracks during a killing spree has been shown new CCTV

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footage filmed at a service station at the height of a national manhunt.

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Dennehy has admitted the murders of three men, whose bodies were dumped

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in ditches near Peterborough in March and April last year. Our Home

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Affairs Correspondent, Sally Chidzoy, joins us now. They were

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shown CCTV images of Joanna Dennehy and Gary Stretch, taken on April the

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2nd last year as they walked hand`in`hand into the service

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station on the' `` on the M5. They left. Gary Stretch waste his arm

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around her and they won't to the car. Later that day, she attempted,

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the jurors were told, to murder two men who were randomly chosen in

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Hereford. Joanna Dennehy and Gary Stretch were on the run after she

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killed men in Peterborough and dumped their bodies in ditches.

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Earlier, the jurors were shown images of the pair taken from

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service station Dan shops as they travelled across Suffolk, Norfolk

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and Leicestershire. `` service station shops. At one garage, they

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left without paying ?40 of petrol and the stalled dotted roles and

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pasties. The number of shopkeepers noted her tattoos. During this trial

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we have heard a lot about Joanna Dennehy's behaviour but we have

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started to hear about her mental state. After she was arrested along

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with her alleged accomplice Gary Stretch, after the stabbing,

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psychiatrists spoke to her at length. She told them she suffered

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from depression and was on anti`psychotic medication and had a

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history of cutting herself along her arms and her stomach. They concluded

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that she had three personality disorders, emotional, unstable

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personality disorder, anti`social personality disorder and

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psychopathic disorder. The traits include anger outbursts, violence, a

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lack of feelings for others, a lack of capacity to show any remorse On

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trial, Gary Stretch, who deny to show any remorse. On trial, Gary

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Stretch, who denies two counts of attempted murder and three of

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preventing the decent and lawful burial of men, Leslie Layton denies

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perverting the course of justice and faces two counts of inventing the

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Lovell burial of the men. The trial continues. Thank you very much.

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The former leader and founder of the English Defence League, Stephen

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Lennon, has been jailed for 18 months for mortgage fraud offences.

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The 31`year`old from Luton, who s also known as Tommy Robinson,

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pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiring with others to obtain a

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mortgage by misrepresentation from the Abbey and Halifax banks. `` two

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counts of inventing the lawful burial of the men. One of the

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properties involved was here at Shingle Close in Luton. `` two

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counts of preventing. He committed the offences in 2009 and was

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sentenced today at St Alban's Crown Court.

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Specialist police officers and divers have begun searching the

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river in the hunt for a missing man from Leighton Buzzard. Neil Devlin

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was last seen on New Year's Day He was reported missing after failing

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to turn up for his job at Morrisons. The 36`year`old has mild learning

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difficulties. Police have also been out in Leighton Buzzard, asking the

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public for help in the search. We have got some specialist police

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search officers from the water search team. We have got the Norfolk

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Fire and rescue dive team, Bedfordshire Fire and rescue and

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another search and rescue supporting us today. We searched the length of

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the live rough time, to the best of our abilities, but because of the

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flooded was too dangerous and too deep in places. `` the length of the

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river last time. Bedford Hospital is continuing the

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reinstatement of paediatric services with the news that children can now

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be treated at its A E department. For the past few months, children

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have been taken to nearby hospitals at Luton and Milton Keynes after the

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paediatric unit was closed over concerns. All children's services

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have now returned to Bedford Hospital, apart from long inpatient

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stays. Children arriving at the hospital by ambulance or by walking

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in will be assessed in the A E department.

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The company hoping to build four wind turbines close to a National

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Trust property in Northamptonshire took their case to the Court of

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Appeal in London today. West Coast Energy is appealing a landmark

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decision by the High Courts last year to reject their plans for the

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415`feet turbines near the historic Lyveden New Bield. The land is owned

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by the Duke of Gloucester ` and the plans are heavily opposed by

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heritage groups and local campaigners. Lyveden New Bield, a

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unique landmark, said to be the finest example of an Elizabethan

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lodge in the country. The question today, will the building of four

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turbines nearby have a negative effect on this historic site? There

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are many anti`wind farm campaigners who think it will. We had a lot of

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support, not only from the local area, Rommel over the country. And

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we have a lot of interest from a number of European countries. ``

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from all over the country. Even America. People are concerned about

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keeping the site as it is. 415 feet on open countryside are still going

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to be very interested. An application was admitted four years

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ago but that was reviewed by the local council. West Coast energy

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appealed that decision, leading to a public inquiry which upheld that

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appeal. One year later, East Northamptonshire District Council,

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English Heritage and The National Trust then took their case to the

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High Court. Which overturned the inspectors' approval and today, this

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long`running saga has made it to the Court of Appeal. West Coast Energy

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today outlined their case that they believe that the High Court was

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wrong to overturn the planning inspectors' decision. They believe

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the High Court did not properly assess the balance between the

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potential benefits of the wind farm proposal and the potential impact on

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Lyveden New Bield. The outcome of this case is not just significant to

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Northamptonshire but to the rest of the country. And this appeal is seen

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by both sides as a landmark case, which could determine the outcome of

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future wind farm decisions. The evidence heard today is now

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being considered and Lord Justice Kay is expecting to deliver his

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ruling in the next few weeks. The Education Secretary, Michael

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Gove, has announced a new Free School for Corby. The 420`place

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school will be called Lodge Park Primary and will share the site of

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the existing secondary school, Lodge Park Academy. It's expected to open

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for the new school term in 2015 It's one of ten new free schools

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announced by Mr Gove today, who also earmarked a new University Technical

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College for Peterborough. The college will have 500 places and

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will specialise in sustainable engineering.

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The Queen has been on her annual visit to the Women's Institute in

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Norfolk. Her Majesty is President of Sandringham Women's Institute and

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likes to attend their January meeting while on her Christmas break

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in the county. This year's guest speaker was BBC Breakfast presenter

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Bill Turnbull. He brought the Queen some of his homemade honey. It looks

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lovely. Those are the top stories. That goes without saying. If I did

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not Still to come, the schoolgirl from Suffolk who has become the

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youngest woman ever to win the world Bowls Championships.

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And the amazing bird boxes selling for thousands.

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I know it doesn't feel like it but this region is the driest in the

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whole country. Which is why farmers have been meeting today to talk

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about water. Here's the problem. They get their water from rivers and

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from underground but to do that they need a licence and with all the red

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tape they are worried they could get squeezed out.

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More than a third of the country's vegetables are grown in the Fens.

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30% of the potatoes and 25% of the fruit and vegetables supplied to the

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supermarkets are grown here. And water is critical to the whole

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industry. Farmers have plenty of water, the fields are sodden and

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right now it is not a problem. But in a hot, dry summer, many of our

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most important crops would feel if they were not indicated. At this far

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they have just built a reservoir to store 45 million gallons of water

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but even this will not be enough to whatever crop. We need five inches

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per water for every acre of potatoes we go, whether it is raining or not.

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That is why we need to build this reservoir to guarantee that supply.

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Farmers are concerned because the government is changing the system

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for extracting water. They want to make sure they are not left high and

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dry. Farmers only use 1% of all water taken out of the ground and

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from rivers, but the environment agency says this has a

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disproportionate effect. It is taken at the driest time of year and is to

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the system. Here in the East, what is it most precious commodity, we

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are one of the fastest`growing areas of the country and one of the driest

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is with this means more competition here in many parts of the UK. The

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farmers have historic rates on the water at the have used in the past,

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and so the whole process for us is to make sure that farmers get enough

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water to grow the food that we all need. These potatoes were grown in

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the heatwave last summer. Here, they may have 30 educators working at one

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time. It costs 30 or ?40 to put an inch of water on an acre of ground.

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The other like we have had 22 days of recorded brain in the last 25.

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There is a huge volume of water going pastors no, it goes 800 metres

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down the field and into the salt water. We all must be given the

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opportunity to save this during the winter with period and save it for a

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dry periods. Overall, it is unlikely farmers will be allowed to take more

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water than we do now, the only option now would be more storage.

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And more reservoirs. Now we have a new world champion

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from this region. Katherine Rednall, who's just 18, has become the

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Women's World Matchplay champion in bowls. Today's final at Potters in

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Norfolk was billed as an East Anglian derby with Rednall from

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Ipswich, up against last year's defending champion Rebecca Field

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from Norwich. For a sport often battling its own

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image, a welcome sight. The youngest ever ladies final. 24`year`old

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Rebecca Seal up against the teenager Gavin the week off school. The

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defending champion eager to teach the young pretender a lesson. It was

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clear 18`year`old Katherine Rednall would not be overwrought. It come

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confident approach that belied her tender years, despite the experience

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of her opponent and the magnitude of the occasion. Classmates were given

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the afternoon off to watch it on TV and she sure put on a show. At

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times, Rebecca rendered helpless. You can just sit back and admire it.

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She is having an absolutely blistering match. And after pleasing

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a fair set, Kathleen had this ball for the title. That looks very close

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for number two. `` Katherine Rednall had this all for the title. A

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remarkable achievement on Katherine Rednall's first appearance at

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Potters, her family beaming with pride. The 2014 ladies matchplay

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champion! Give it up for Katherine Rednall! Quickly study, it youngest

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ever winner with a new prize possession. `` quite a story.

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There's a gala dinner at Potters tonight. Both finalists are there

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and both are with us now. Katherine Rednall, just show is that trophy.

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Do you have it? Hold it up. Where's you nervous? Not really, I just sort

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of went into it as I would any other game, I knew that if I played well I

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would have a chance. Rebecca, was it something you did wrong or was it

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just that Katherine Rednall did everything right? I think it was

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certainly Kathleen's day`to`day, we all have days like that and she

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played exceptionally well. Catiline, when did you take up balls

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and who taught you? I started playing at around the age of five,

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the whole family have played as well, both grandparents on both

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sides. My mum saved in Yorkshire played so it was really dad who

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first got me started at the Ipswich district Bowls club and the junior

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section he ran. We saw some shots of your family watching, what were the

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first things we said? They all just congratulated me massively, I have

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had so many XM calls and everything from people who have been

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supporting, it has been brilliant. Rebecca, we are so often told that

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this is an old people 's game, there you are at 24 and you are the old

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person leaving your title to someone younger!

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I no, it is brilliant. It is fabulous to see so many young

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people. When I play in national competitions I am the eldest. This

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is a very good competition. Katherine you are studying A`levels,

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so it is back`to`school for you? Hello Mac definitely, I am back for

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double history. `` definitely, I am back for double history so it will

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be back`to`school. We are seeing some pictures of you heading in with

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your trophy, that must have been nerve wracking. I was more nervous

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about that than I was about going on the green this afternoon. Can I ask,

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firstly, Rebecca, what's next for you? It is crazy, busy, mad at the

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minute. I have a national club editions coming up. No rest, that is

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for sure. Both of you presumably this will be a challenge between the

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two of you, it will go on for years and years? I would imagine so. We

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have had a few good tussles already. Congratulations to both of you.

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Argue so much for bringing the trophy on to talk to us. Rebecca,

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thank you for coming. Consolation prize not what you hope for but

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there is a long way to go. Enjoy the evening.

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This weekend it's the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch. Nearly 68,000

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people here in the East took part last year and I'm sure most of them

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had a bird box in their garden. But how about this? 'Den' and 'Simmo'

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who live in Suffolk are making bespoke bird boxes.This report from

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Mike Liggins. If you have a bird box or bird table

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in the garden then the chances are it is cheap and cheerful. It make

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even have seen better days. But for Simmo and his friend Den, bird boxes

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and bird tables are something more. Much more. We made a few bits for

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friends and family and then they told us really to show it to the

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wider world and since we have done that it has gone a bit crazy. A

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builder from Essex, Den started by making this packing crate. Simmo

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from Suffolk works in security, he thought he would then have a go and

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created this wheel. It kind of appeals to wives and mums because it

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is wildlife, birds, garden, that kind of thing. A lot of it appeals

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to dads because it is interest related, sport. Motor vehicles. And

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various other interests. Since they started three years ago things have

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really taken off. A spark plug bird box, a giant bolt for sparrows. And

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this bird table where everything is handmade. Hand cut real slate, every

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slate is individually cleaved from a big lump of slate and every mortise

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and tenon is a true mortise and tenon with a true peg through to

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make the joint. They work apart but share ideas help each other all the

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time. For now it is a hobby but they would like it to be a business one

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day. Generally you come in here armed with a list of things the wife

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would particularly like you to make, occasionally you manage to get that

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and get it installed in the house but more often than not you will

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make something and someone says, "That's nice," and you end up

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selling it. It is a crazy world we live in. You name it, Simmo and Den

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will make it. How much? Well, hundreds and even thousands. So, not

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for everyone. But how bonkers, how British, how brilliant the bird

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boxes and bird tables are. Very clever.

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I wonder what the Brits then. Not very much, I should think. Time

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for the weather. It is already very cold and if we

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look at the Eliot rainfall we will have problems with A/C patches. It

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banned of rain coming through but it will brighten up and we had some

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showers. For most of us it does look dry. Under those clearing skies a

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widespread sharp frost with the risk of icy patches, also turning misty

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in places. Quite widely, temperatures down to the teasing and

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certainly below in the countryside. These are the values for towns and

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cities, certainly getting down to `2 and `3. It will be a bright start

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tomorrow if you take away some of the mist patches that will be

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around, they should lift away but there will be patchy rain later. It

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will come along this weather front and be quite slow moving. As the

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rain crosses the country he weather front will weaken so far as it looks

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like it will be mainly light and patchy drizzle. Some early mist to

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lift with a lot of bright weather in the morning. Increasing amount of

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cloud in the West so it will turn cloudy cracker across the western

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half and it will be chilly in the West. Five degrees or six hour top

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temperatures. Here is the weather front for the afternoon, making its

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way eastwards. Eventually getting into Norfolk and Suffolk and Essex

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by nightfall. Certainly wet weather too, by tomorrow. It should be out

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of the way by Saturday, and head of the two days Saturday looks like the

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better of the weekend. An area of low pressure will bring in some rain

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and some of that will be on the heavy saves to the afternoon and

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evening for Sunday. For Saturday, temperature of the cover and it

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looks largely dry and break through the morning, certainly, there will

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be some showers that move through the Northwest for the afternoon in

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the cold evening follows once more, frost expected. It is Sunday when we

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make will start strike across the East, increasing amount of cloud

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bringing rain and some of that turning heavy but at the moment it

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looks dry. That's it for now. Back tomorrow.

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Goodbye. A star will be born

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