05/02/2014 Look East - West


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Hello and welcome to Look East. In the programme tonight. Doctors fear

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for the future of Bedford Hospital and warn that patients may have to

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travel elsewhere for care. Tackling the rise in obesity, but which of

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our towns boasts the biggest waistlines? The aftermath of the

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Ashes humiliation. Gooch gives the lowdown on Pietersen

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and Graham Gooch on Kevin Pietersen and

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Alastair Cook. And the mobile phone game that means you can help hunt

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for cancer cures while you play Good evening. Bedford Hospital is

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facing another serious risk according to the people that run it.

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The threat that's concerning them is a new contract to provide services

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for people with bone and muscular problems. There are fears it might

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mean services shifting away from Bedford, raising questions about the

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hospitals future. But the people behind the contract say it's a fuss

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about nothing. This is a ward where a patient

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needing treatment such as a hip replacement is currently treated but

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the contract to manage the services has been provisionally awarded to

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circle health, whose job will be to provide treatment to patients in

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Beds. But doctors here say if they signed up to the contract it could

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lead to financial shortfalls... If the contract contains clauses

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that lay a significant clinical or, financial risk, at our door,

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particularly the financial risk it will have major implications for not

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only the muscular skull lethal service in the hospital but

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potentially other services `` skeletal, because no service stands

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alone. This hospital is already in debt. If the contract means less is

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paid per patient per treatment the fear is it could undermine financial

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stability at the hospital and threaten the future of services The

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commissioning group says the new contract will not mean less money

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being paid. Bedford Hospital have been offered a contract on the same

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terms they have now to provide these services. Are they going to provide

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them? I do not know, they have been asked to. Could people find

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themselves going to Luton and Dunstable? Absolutely not. Under the

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constitution, they have choice. Why are they concerned? I am not sure, I

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do not understand why they are making a fuss. For the hospital it

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is not a fuss about nothing, they say it is about safeguarding

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services and its future. The concerns expressed by the

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doctors at Bedford Hospital go to the heart of the dilemma facing the

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NHS, that local hospitals face downgrading or even closure if some

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services are taken elsewhere. Earlier I spoke to a Professor at

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the University of Bedfordshire. He told me patients may just have to

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get used to going further afield to get the best specialist care.

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I think that in this country, if we want to have high quality and safe

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care for every speciality at local hospitals, we will have two pay more

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for the NHS. If we keep the current system, some of us will have to

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travel a bit further to access safe care, with the right staff. People

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feel protective over their local hospital. They do, and I think, if I

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make on the politicians could help with that because sometimes, I

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think, politicians are known to overpromise and underdelivered. Are

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you saying there is a lack of honesty and transparency when we

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discuss the issue? We could do more to be more open and honest with the

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public to say with the current funding pot, we want to deliver safe

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services and we can only fund so many staff with so much equipment

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and these services can not by definition be at every local

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hospital. If you took it to the extreme, we could end up with a fuse

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super hospitals, a few centres of excellence and every local hospital

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being a shadow of itself or closing down. I do not think we would reach

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that point. It is right where we have centres of excellence, they

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should be located in geographical areas where by as many people can

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access them as possible. At local level we should have diagnostic

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services so that people can be examined quickly and then referred

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to specialist centres. What would your message be to patients and

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staff at Bedford Hospital, who are concerned about what might happen?

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All members of the public and staff should keep safety and quality

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paramount in any service provision. What we want to ensure is we have

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the right staff and skills offering services. We should not always

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prioritise location. Another gangmaster has been charged

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by the police after an investigation into migrant labour in the Fens The

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Gangmasters Licensing Authority has also revealed today why it revoked

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the registration of a second gangmaster. This is Martin slender,

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the latest gang master facing a criminal charge, accused of

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supplying workers in contravention of licensing laws. The BBC carried

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out an investigation into the exploitation of migrant workers from

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Eastern Europe and 13 people were arrested. Today, the authority

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revealed why it stopped the business of another man, who was the boss of

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a company `` operator. The authority said it found it did not pay the

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national minimum wage and had on safe accommodation and vehicles

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said it found it did not pay the national minimum wage and had It

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also had drivers over the drink drive limit. This man is not facing

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criminal charges and denies wrongdoing. Always, we paid

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properly, never less than the minimum. Transport, accommodation

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that we supply, it helps them. Martin slender will appear before

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magistrates in a fortnight. The jury is still considering its

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verdict in the trial of two men accused of assisting a serial

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killer. Joanna Dennehy has admitted to murdering three men and dumping

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their bodies in ditches around Peterborough. Leslie Layton is seen

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here filling a fuel can, which the court was told he used to burn out

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one of the victim's car. He's also accused of helping to dump the

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bodies, along with Gary Stretch seen here in the green. Both men deny the

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charges. The number of people in our region

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who are classed as overweight or obese is on the increase. While that

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might not surprise you, this figure just might. A national table shows

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that in some towns more than three quarters of people fall into that

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category. In this region Milton Keynes is topping the list. Emma

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Baugh has more details. Today for the first time, nationwide data is

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being released to show the true extent of what's being called our

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obesity crisis. Topping the list in our region is Milton Keynes with

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more than 72% of the population being classed as overweight ` that's

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more than seven in ten people. That's followed by Corby and

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Wellingborough with a figure of more than 70 per cent. Central

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Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire ` figures there coming in at 69. But

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at the other end of the scale, the areas where the fewest number of

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people are seen as overweight is in Cambridge at 54% of the population.

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And Luton at 59. In Milton Keynes, one man has lost seven and a half

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stone to help change his lifestyle. The main reason was work. I kept

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awake and plus the way I looked I did not want to look like an

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elephant all the time, I wanted to look normal and wear normal clothes

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and I feel better for doing it. But what does it mean to be seen as

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overweight? The figures are based on body mass index. The calculation is

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your weight in kilograms, divided by your height in metres. Generally,

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doctors say the higher your BMI the greater your risk of medical

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problems. But BMI is a rough guide only. It can't distinguish whether

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the weight is fat or muscle so for instance athletes can find

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themselves classed as obese. Exercise is seen as a major weapon

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in the fight against obesity. In parts of our region GPs can refer

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patients to gyms for cut price sessions instead of giving them a

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prescription. It has been incredibly successful. Over the past three

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years I have seen over 80% of the people who take part complete their

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12 weeks make a reduction to their weight loss and we have had a number

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of clients who have lost upwards of two stone, three stone in weight, by

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taking part and having the support so that they know what they do will

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benefit them. But obesity is a problem that's not likely to get

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better soon. It's been predicted that by 2050, at least half of us

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will be classed as obese. The developers of a warehouse

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destroyed by fire last month ignored advice to fit a sprinkler system. It

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has emerged the Fire Service recommended sprinklers during the

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planning process more than ten years ago. But there was no legal

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requirement for them to be fitted. Senior fire officers now want a

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change in the law. Firefighters arrived within minutes but it was

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too late. It could not be saved The sprinkler system could have changed

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the outcome. Sprinters would have protected firefighters and they

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would have controlled the fire quicker. On this incident we were

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there within four minutes and the fire was showing through the roof.

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It would have been controlled earlier and resulted in less damage.

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In October this factory was saved in the Keynes. The fire was

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extinguished before firefighters arrived. In Newport Pagnol, 65

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firefighters struggled to control the blaze. A warehouse contained

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fridges and coolers and was destroyed. The Fire Service

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recommended sprinklers were fitted back in 2000 one, during planning.

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`` 2001. But the developer and business were under no legal

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obligation. Sprinkler systems are only required in premise is larger

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than 20,000 square metres. The Centre for economic sound business

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research estimates there are almost 600 warehouse fires every year where

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there are no sprinters and calculate the lost a business at over 200 ?30

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million, with almost 1000 jobs lost as a result. Milton Keynes has more

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than its fair share of warehouses and we have had incidents over the

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years. When they happen there is a significant cost to the economy It

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can be as little as ?2 per square metre to install the sprinklers The

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Fire Service save the cost of not installing one is far greater.

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In football, Stevenage won their League One match against Gillingham

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last night to narrow the gap at the bottom of the table. The visitors

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were reduced to ten men as they gave away this penalty for a handball.

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Francois Zoko converting from the spot. It then became the Darius

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Charles show as he scored twice to seal the points for Stevenage. They

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remain at the bottom of League One, but are now just two points from

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safety. The Highways Agency has withdrawn

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proposals for improvements to the Spittals Interchange on the A14 at

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Huntingdon. The plan would have seen the westbound slip road at junction

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23 widened and lengthened. Originally they hoped the work would

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be finished by next month. A celebration

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still to come, the game for your mobile phone that its cutting`edge

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research. And after the shambles in

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Australia, the England cricket called on what went wrong in the

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Ashes. This year about 50,000 young people

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in this region will start an apprenticeship. Figures released

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today show the number of places in this region and the number of

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applicants are both going up. The official figures are taken after

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the school summer holidays. Between 2012 and 2013 the number of

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applications went up by nearly 10,000 across the Look East region.

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In the same period the number of apprenticeship vacancies rose by

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more than 600 to nearly 3,500. Our business correspondent Richard Bond

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has this report. Our economy might be on the mend but youth

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unemployment remains stubbornly high. One reason why the government

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has been spending more on apprenticeships. But across the

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economy there is a genuine need to train our young people. The East

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Coast energy sector faces a huge skill shortage. The energy services

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firm the sun has a training academy in great Yarmouth and in the past

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year student numbers have gone up to 200. We have always had a base load

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of oil and gas to fill the order book and what we are seeing now is a

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very large increase for fuel and wind turbines technicians. Among the

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pages as here, Angela Hawthorne. In her 30 of training with plenty of

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prospects. I can go anywhere around the world. I could travel and that

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would be carried out and testing installation work, commissioning as

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necessary, as required. A lot of opportunities there. Apprenticeships

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remain very much in demand. Over the past year applications in the region

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have risen by 33% to 39,000. Access electronics is a high`tech employer

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in Bedford, making printed circuit boards. They have doubled their

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apprenticeship this year. Apprenticeships are with our

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succession planning so we have new people coming through the business

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trains to the standards required. Of `` all of our apprentices and join

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us on a permanent contract and stay as part of our team going forward

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and the number of apprentices now are in quite senior roles within the

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business. I get to work out a proper electronics company, get a course

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from the Company at the same time. I am an apprentice ambassador which

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means I get to go to other schools and tell children, your 11, ten, 15,

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the benefits of being an apprentice. Tell them there are other

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opportunities rather than going to university. With an average of 12

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applicants for every vacancy, the government urges many more employers

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to come forward and offer apprenticeships.

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And Richard is with me now. So there are more apprenticeships but still

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nowhere near enough why not? I think that some firms view the whole

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business on apprenticeships as too complex, too much red tape and they

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don't want to know. Smaller companies may feel they are not big

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enough to handle them. Maybe they don't have a personal apartment to

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hold their hand. Some companies also make the wary of apprenticeships

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because of a bad experience in the past 20 a lot of time into someone

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and it has not paid off for the company. There are always firms that

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prefer not to train at all and recruit or porch staff who have been

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trained by other people. There are incentives for employers to take on

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apprentices? If you take on an apprentice between the age of 16 and

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18 the government should fully fund that the British. If you take on an

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apprentice who is 19 or over then the government should fund half the

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cost. The government is currently trying to revamp appendicectomy and

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more user`friendly. Now cricket and it would be hard to

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imagine how the England tour of Australia this winter could have

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been much worse. Hammered in the Ashes hammered in the one days

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hammered in the T20. The Australians called it a 'Pomnishambles'. Already

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England have ditched their head coach Andy Flower, and their top

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batsman Kevin Pietersen. But the man in charge of England's batting down

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under was the Essex and England legend Graham Gooch and today he

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spoke to Look East about defeat captain Alastair Cook and

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Pietersen's shock sacking. A sponsored stay at the County

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ground in Telstra, a far cry and welcome distraction for Graham

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Gooch, after one of the longest and unhappy adulterers in English

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cricket. The commitment to the cricket was not there. `` and

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unhappiest tourers. In every department we wear lacking. We all

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must bear the burden of responsibility. The Follett has been

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considerable, the head coach has gone and one of the biggest stars of

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the game, Kevin Pietersen, has been told he is no longer wanted. What

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has he been led to manage in the dressing room?

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Your Mac Kevin plays box office innings. He can be a match`winning

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player. That is clear. He has supplied many innings like that. The

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dressing room was fine but we did not perform. One man who has

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captained Kevin Pietersen in the past is Jason Galleon, now a teacher

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at Felsted School. Kevin as a batsmen could win games. Everyone

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who supported England and who hasn't seen him play with like him play

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with lichen to win games, I suppose that sometimes the manner he get out

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in the way he gets out as part of his enigma. Is the unmanageable? He

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is if he is not motivated. And with something like England he must be

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motivated. If you are not motivated playing for your country you never

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will be. The BBC understands that Alistair Cooke played an influential

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role in the decision to end Kevin Pietersen 's international career.

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Whether cooked remains captain is also a matter for debate. Alistair

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is a proud man, he has been a wonderful player for England and has

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many years hopefully in front of him. He has been a role model and is

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very disappointed. More than disappointed. He is hurting bad. As

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is everyone. How of the response from this? Many people are

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questioning whether or not he should remain as captain. After the trip

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England have had to Australia and everyone is questioning everyone's

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position. Alistair is strong enough in mind to improve after this, I

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think he should remain as captain. Graham Gooch told me he wanted to

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remain at the back in court, determined his coaching career will

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not be defined by the Ashes in the lesion. `` remain as a batting

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coach. Was he hard to handle? A long pause!

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Scientists in Cambridge have come up with a new idea for us to help them

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find new treatments for cancer. They want you to download a new game and

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play it on your smartphone. It's called 'genes in space' and

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researchers at Cancer Research UK say that playing it will crunch the

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numbers and analyse important data. We sent Mike Liggins to find out

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more. This is the Cancer research UK

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Institute in Cambridge. And this is the traditional image of Cancer

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research. Scientists in white coats experimenting with cancer cells. But

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these days effective cure for the disease is increasingly being fought

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by computer scientists. We just do this and we have trained `` we have

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traced... This is the new smartphone game, Genes In Space. It has been

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created to help analyse the mass of data being produced. We have many

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computers for doing this, but still, they have an accuracy of 90 or 95%.

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What we're trying to do all of these machines and algorithms is trying to

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look at each computer and teach them how to think like humans. The

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question is, why do we need Apple, why doesn't one person do all the

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analysis? The answer is it would take forever and be extremely

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boring. So, you download the game and Maggie route through space. Only

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this is real genetic data. The scientists need you to spot changes

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in the data. You therefore in a spaceship on that road, finding

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asteroids on the way in the information is sent back to Cancer

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research UK. There are 46,000 sets of data and for accuracy the

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scientists need each set to be analysed 50 times. Every two

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minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer. Helen had

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left cancer and with the chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a

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mastectomy. Her mother died from breast cancer and she has two

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daughters. Emily and Rebecca. My main concern is that by the time of

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my daughters get to there are better cure is in better research available

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or preventative measures or whatever it takes to ensure that they remain

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well. Cancer research UK with like you to download the game. If you are

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over the age of 40 you made need a young person to help you but it is

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great fun and you might be helping any small way to find a cure for

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cancer. There were some people in the studio

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and make the someone younger! That explains it!

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It all turns nasty last week, didn't it? Yes, some wet and windy weather.

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We had a dry spell but then more bite and windy weather this

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afternoon. These are the strongest gusts at her professional recording

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stations. In Northampton, 54 mph. `` at our official recording stations.

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We have a rush of showers coming in and then more to rattle on through.

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Into this evening and overnight the showers should become few and far

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between, but the sediment of dry weather with clear spells. The wind

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is already starting to use down so for much of the evening we should

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have a moderate to finish so for south`westerly wind. Temperatures

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and should not fall much slower than four degrees. Tomorrow, another area

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of low pressure and another weather system pushing him from the south,

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bringing yet more rain and this little system behind the bringing

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wet and windy weather for the weekend. But this one, this will

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pressure and this weather front will take a little while to reach us

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tomorrow. We start off largely financed cry with brightness and

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sunshine for many of us. `` largely fine and dry. We have showers

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pushing up from the north and then some rain. Temperatures pushing up

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to around seven degrees, some of us may even get a degree or so higher.

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For much of tomorrow it will be moderate to fresh, and then the wind

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will tend to pick up again as he heads into tomorrow evening. Look

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what we have for the end of tomorrow, through the evening at

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actually through much of tomorrow night. More rain, heavy at times

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especially in the South. We could easily see two or three degrees.

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Some of us in the South might see more of that. The rain will continue

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to push through and it set the scene forthrightly, much of Friday will be

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cloudy further outbreaks of rain and quite blustery wind. It might be

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that the extreme west of a region could see some dry and great weather

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for the end of Friday, it depends how quickly the rain moved out of

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the way. The low pressure system will move in and determine how

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quickly we get more heavy rain and the strongest winds. It looks like

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rain moving through on Saturday will give way to showers and blustery

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winds that the LA hours of Sunday could cost between 50 and 70 mph and

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then more outbreaks of rain and windy conditions on Sunday. Those

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are your overnight lows. I was going to see I make DNS

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tomorrow but I would have to stay in bed for four days!

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CU tomorrow! NICK CLEGG: Are you in,

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or are you out? That's the real question at stake at

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the European elections on May 2 nd. even though that would wreck

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the recovery and destroy jobs. The Conservatives are now

:26:48.:26:54.

openly flirting with exit, and the Labour Party, well, they

:26:55.:26:58.

just don't have the courage they wouldn't lift a finger

:26:59.:27:00.

to help keep Britain in the EU So I'm asking you

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to vote for the Liberal Democrats, in for the sake of British

:27:09.:27:11.

prosperity and jobs. I'm in because we set

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the global standards

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