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In Look East tonight: The floods arrive, and there's more rain to

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come. Disruption for homes and for

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travellers. It has never come into the house

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before, this is the worst it has ever been, I have never seen

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anything like it. Hundreds of jobs at risk, as a salad

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production company proposes closing its Corby site.

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Out of the Olympics, injury heartbreak for top sprinter Craig

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Pickering, as he's forced to miss the Sochi Winter Games.

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And, is this the footprint of the earliest known human in northern

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Europe? First tonight: The bad weather that

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hit the region overnight. Homes were inundated, roads flooded,

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and rail services affected by the downpours. And the forecasters are

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warning there's more rain to come. Tonight, there are 18 flood warnings

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in force across the region. Emergency services have dealt with

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hundreds of calls. Last night, there was up to 30 millimetres of rain,

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falling on already sodden ground. In a moment, we'll talk to the

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Environment Agency. But, first, Ben Bland joins us from Alconbury in

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Cambridgeshire. In all the years that Chris has

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lived in Park Ridge, he had never seen anything like this. This is

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what we woke up to find at 5:30am today. Water literally flowing

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through the front door. His wife discovered they had been flooded.

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When I got downstairs, we saw 1 inches of water. It was coming

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through the age of the front door. When I explored the house further,

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in the kitchen, it was coming through the kitchen door as well.

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Water coming up to the door level but it has never come into the house

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before this. It is the worst it has ever been. Here is why, the overflow

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channel meant to take water away and protect homes became blocked. One

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neighbour, worried about the levels, checked on it at 3am. There was a

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massive bang, a came out, the whole wall had collapsed. It blocked the

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moat which, in turn, sent all of the water in front of these five houses,

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flooding them inside, causing a lot of damage. The emergency services

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are pumping water out of the house of this morning, as the Environment

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Agency assesses damage. A lot of those properties were exacerbated by

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a wall which collapsed into the channel.

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Presently, with the weather dry now, the rivers are subsiding. We are

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doing our best to make sure we can help the clean`up operation. In

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Corby, made road junctions would have been easier to navigate by

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boat. The Sun, and an expected day off. In Cambridgeshire, anyone

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hoping for a round of golf might have had trouble finding the green.

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Across the region, water got high enough to cause problems on major

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roads. A flooded underpass closed this. Disruption captured by a

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viewer. Near saffron Walden, a lucky escape for an 84`year`old man who

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try to drive along a flooded road. Other drivers were only too glad to

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be pulled over by police. Here, shops were mopping out, wondering if

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they will be doing this all over again. The bad news is more heavy

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rain is on the way, tonight, and heavy showers over the weekend. By

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the end of Sunday, there is the potential for another inch of rain.

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In addition to that, strong winds tonight. Picking up again from

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Saturday afternoon, up to 60 miles an hour. Here in Cambridgeshire

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police were making sure other drivers did not end up needing boats

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to complete their journey. And here, the river burst its banks, putting

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the river in the Riverside play area.

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Earlier, I spoke to Norman Robinson from the Environment Agency, and

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asked him how serious last night's flooding has been.

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We have had intense rainfall overnight, we received 28

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millimetres of rainfall across most of the counties in the east, half

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the rainfall we would expect for February. That is a big event for

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us. Flooding is limited from rivers but because of the intense rainfall,

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we have seen flooding from surface rainfall. In isolated areas,

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flooding on roads and roundhouses. You say limited, but we have seen

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houses flooded. I couldn't get my children to school. It is pretty

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bad. There will be considerable localised disruption. The water

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pulls up. That is clearing. A little rain is forecast this evening but we

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don't think that will cause an issue. Surface water problems are

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relatively localised. We are not suffering as badly as the West

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Country. What pressure are you wondered improve the situation? To

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our thoughts go to those in the south`west being battered by storms.

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Here we are seeing the tail end of low pressure. Only the very tail end

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of it. Everything is OK with the river systems. Flood warnings will

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stay in place until levels go down. We would ask people to be aware of

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surface water issues. Please be aware. Don't go near floodwater We

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are expecting more rain tomorrow, should we be more worried? We are

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expecting rain this evening with heavy gales. A lot less than a

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couple of days past. We should be aware that catchments are now

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saturated. You will see a lot of water around. People should be

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worried but they should be aware. We will keep everyone up`to`date with

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flood alerts. Stay tuned to the media.

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Norman Robinson of the Environment Agency.

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Don't forget, you can also keep up to date with the weather, flooding

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and its effect on travel with your BBC local radio station. That's

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Radio Cambridgeshire, Radio Northampton and Three Counties

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Radio, throughout the weekend. 900 jobs are under threat at a food

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processing factory in Corby. Solway Foods has announced proposals to

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close its Corby facility. It's now entered into a 45`day consultation

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period on the plant's future. Stuart Ratcliffe sent this report.

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This is one of Corby's largest employers, currently owned by a food

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group which manufactures products such as biscuits and pizzas. The

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announcement today has come out of the blue. Today, I spoke to the

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local MP Andy Sawford who said he hoped there could be a way forward.

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They have offered to open their books up to me to talk about the

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challenges they face. I have offered to give whatever help I can. I have

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encouraged them to think about relocating within Corby, if the

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issue is the age of the plant they use. 900 very important jobs in

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Corby, they have had a very loyal workforce. I hope they will think

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very seriously about staying here in this town. Nobody from Solway Foods

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wanted to talk today but they did give us a statement in which they

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said this is a very old factory They said it needs ongoing,

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substantial, additional funding just to keep pace with the demands of a

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modern food factory. It isn't viable in the longer term. This is a huge

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blow to Corby. In the last few years, the town has lost hundreds of

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jobs. The closure of this place could mean a further 900 job losses

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with perhaps more jobs being lost in the wider supply chain. The company

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has told me it has started a 45 day consultation period with the unions.

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A man wanted in connection with the murder of Thomas Ward in Stevenage

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last year has been arrested in Denmark. The case featured on

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Crimewatch. Vomited `` Homerton College has won

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approval for a ?60 million development. It is on land behind

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the college beside the railway line and will incorporate residential

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units and business facilities. The college says income from the

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development will be used to provide bursaries and scholarships.

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A leading energy provider is reducing the amount it charges

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customers who do not pay by direct debit. It is cutting its charge from

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?96, down to ?24 a year, following a campaign by the MP for Harlow who

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told parliament many energy companies are ripping off customers.

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A shop worker has been talking today about an attack which left her in

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with severe cuts and bruising. It happened at the One Stop shop in

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Kempston in Bedfordshire last Friday. We should warn you that

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Sophie Sularia's report contains disturbing images, because Ann

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Shiels needed hospital treatment after the assault.

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It is a week since the attack but the bruisers are still clearly

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visible. The shop assistant has been left traumatised after being kicked

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and punched here at the one Stop shop. The man caught her unawares

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while she was in the stock room He came in through the back door,

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pushed his way in, grabbed me by my throat. He took my keys. Dragged me

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in and kicked me in the face. I want him caught. If he can do this for no

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reason, he can do it again. Detectives say it was a vicious

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assault. They are appealing for witnesses. This is the first instant

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I have seen of a robbery at this in Bedford where so much violence has

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been used. An extremely busy morning, 8am, there should be a

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number of witnesses who saw the man run from the back of the shop into

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Kempston. Did they see him run away? Detectives are looking at CCTV

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pictures taken inside the store Two people have been arrested and

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released on police bail. Police are hunting for thieves who

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stole ?500,000 of equipment from a warehouse in Cambridgeshire. The

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tools, used for mapping and surveying, were taken from a

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business in Huntingdon over the weekend. The equipment is packaged

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in bright yellow boxes, and detectives want to hear from anyone

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who's been offered it for sale. The former badminton world champion

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Gail Emms has made a successful comeback today, six years after she

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officially retired. She won her mixed doubles match today in three

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sets, and is through to the next round of the National Badminton

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Championships. She won a silver medal at the Athens Olympics in

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2004. Gail Emms is also playing in the women's only doubles. She says

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it's mainly for fun, and she isn't planning a proper comeback. Later,

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we have the weather, with refurbished in Denmark before being

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sold for reuse, probably in Poland. refurbished in Denmark before being

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A starting gun of sorts was fired for the European elections in May

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today. Representatives of the five main parties faced an audience of

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students from schools across Norfolk. It's part of an attempt by

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the European Union to get us interested in the poll, which takes

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place on May 22nd. And in this region they've got their work cut

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out.. As our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair reports.

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The press release said it was an attempt to create a bit of a buzz

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around the European elections. In a television studio, the five main

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parties rehearse their arguments. You can't coming to sign on. You

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won't go on top of the housing list. We don't want Britain marginalised.

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For more than an hour a day and said questions on the Euro crisis,

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fracking and European scepticism. The audience aborted was worthwhile.

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It is good to hear their opinions. There are some fantastic debate and

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ideas. Did you learn anything? Massively. A series of lectures at

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the University of East Anglia. It was organised by the EU eight and

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ideas. Did you learn anything? Massively. A series of lectures at

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the University of East Anglia. It was organised by the EU ate went

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absent issues like bent bananas and cucumber 's head the news. Good or

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bad, I feel it is absolutely crucial for people to know about what goes

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on, and then make up their mind and use their democratic worth. Europe

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plays an important part in our lives. And yes, the turnout at

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European elections is notoriously low, and those who do vote, vote not

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an European issues, but to pass judgment on who ever is running the

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government. Coming up interest is hard in this part of the country.

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Five of our seven MPs can be called Euro sceptic, whilst UKIP Paul's

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hires in Eads than anywhere else `` Paul is higher in East. There were

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problems linking to Brussels, and as it overran, some of the audience

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left. The politicians felt it was worth while. Expect a lot more of

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this in the months to come. Petros Fassoulas is ahead of the European

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movement in the UK. I put a term that many people think currency are

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making things worse, not better. I think the immigration question is

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one we need to discuss a bit more. The benefits for the economy as a

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whole are enormous. Billions of pounds come here. They contribute to

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the well`being of the whole of the nation. Lotsa people would say they

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put pressure on services, take jobs that people could do. As an outside

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observer, the problem is not much the issue of immigration, it is how

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much we invest in schools and hospitals. That is very interesting

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that you put it that way. There are a lot of people in this country who

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just don't see that as reality. I think it is interesting that it is

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something I have experienced. People appreciate having hard`working

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polish people working in the fields. They see the effect they

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have in a local community. There are cases where we have to look at them.

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We have to invest properly to make sure if there are problems, they are

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resolved. How can you be impartial in the pro`European? Unfortunately,

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my belief is that the pro`European argument is not listen to another.

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We are trying to do as much as we can to have our point of view heard.

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That is not impartial. If you put a pro`European movement forward, it

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can't be. We are engaging with everyone. We welcome positions from

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all political parties, especially those who engage constructively.

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What we don't like, and I think the debate has suffered as a result, is

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the tendency for some people to ignore the facts and focus on the

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mythology around what it is to be a member of the European union. Why do

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so many people think we should get out of it? They have not had the

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opportunity to consider its. You believe it? I don't say you don't

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know what you are talking about. When was last time you had the

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opportunity to discuss openly the cost of living in the union? Rarely

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we talk about the benefit of being in the union. I think it is

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important that we take a step back and consider those matters. Thank

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you very much. The overnight rain has already

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affected some of our football matches. Stevenage's game against

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Wolves has been called off. And there will be a pitch inspection at

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Colchester tomorrow morning. Of the games still on, Norwich against

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Manchester City is top of the bill. When Norwich went to the Etihad in

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November they lost 7`0, their worst defeat in the league in 75 years.

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This report from Tom Williams. It is 2`0. That is exquisite. An

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absolute belter. That is seven. Do you still have nightmares about what

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happened at City? No. Especially as I have seen the amount of goals they

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have scored against, perhaps bigger teams than us. You have to put that

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behind you. It was arguably worst performance of the season. But as

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Chelsea proved, the free scoring, multi`million pound juggernaut is

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fallible. Saying that, they spent 250 million to do it. Norwich's

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problem, Manchester City can't afford successive defeats in their

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title chase. Most fans would agree Norwich's form at Carrow Road will

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hold the key to survival. After Manchester City this weekend, the

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next home game is against Tottenham. Then of course that dreaded run`in.

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Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, before Arsenal here on the

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final day. It means results between now and then will be crucial.

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Norwich have only won once in nine. Last week's loss at Cardiff a costly

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one, leaving them two points clear of the drop zone. Where do you see

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the points comming from to guarantee safety? In every game. In every game

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we play. There is not a game we go into that we think, we will write

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this one off, because that is defeatist. The facts don't lie. We

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are only three point away from tenth place, but we know how tight it is

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below us. Here to help, a new signing. Joseph Yobo, who could make

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his debut. I like challenges. Extra motivation. I want to go to the

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World Cup. I want to perform at the highest level. Pushing myself, and

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also understand the situation Norwich are in. It is strong

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motivation for me. He is staying positive, keeping calm, but it would

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take some transformation to reverse this scoreline.

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The opening ceremony of the winter Olympics has been taking place this

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afternoon but one athlete who isn't involved is Craig Pickering from

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Milton Keynes. He was set to become only the eighth British athlete to

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compete at both a winter and summer Olympics. Sadly a back injury on the

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eve of the games in Sochi means he's already back home.

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I had surgery on it in 2012. It has gone into the spinal nerve canal.

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Know I've athlete wants to get bad news. It is a hammer blow before the

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eve of an Olympic Games. I spend a lot of effort getting to this level.

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To get so close and then having to pull out is very tough. Pickering

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could barely watch as is team`mate stumble down the course. They needed

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a good result to qualify for Sochi. Pickering was set to become a

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British athlete to compete at both summer and winter games. Sadly,

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another slipped disc in his back as ruined his chances. The doctors said

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we could tribute up as much as possible. You will be able to go out

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there. You will perform very well. You would do yourself damage. It is

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a cruel blow for the sprinter who tried his hand at Bobsleigh. This

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injury put 's long`term future as a sportsman in serious doubt. Is this

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the end of your professional sporting career? Potentially. It is

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a bad injury. I had a bad injury two years ago. To have a second disco in

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such a short space of time is not a good sign that Iraq desk. The bigot

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pick a double bed now? TLC. Making sure we are here for him. We were

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hoping it would not be serious, but it sounds like it is more serious

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than we thought. He's a computing added in the game is the pinnacle of

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his life. It is your journey he will not take again. He was still watches

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team`mate, and rolling them on to success.

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Almost a million years ago, five people, possibly a family, took a

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walk along what is now the Norfolk coast at Happisburgh. Behind them

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they left perfect footprints, which have only just been discovered.

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Scientists say they're among oldest in the world. They had only days to

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record their find before the evidence was washed away by the sea.

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Alex Dunlop has been following in their footsteps.

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May be my first footprint will be preserved. It was at this very spot

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that five early humans literally made an impression. Several

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impressions. When Nasher's storms washed with a bit sad, scientist had

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a few days to record and photograph the footprints before the sea washed

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away them. You can see it is covered in hollows. They have been washed

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out by the sea. It is very fragile. This could be the earliest footprint

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anywhere in Europe and Asia. Potentially it is important.

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Analysis shows footprints are small, probably children's. It might been a

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family going for a walk. This one would have been an adult male. He

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was about five foot nine and may have looked like this. Not a pretty

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sight, but clever enough to make tools and hunt animals. At the time,

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this area was an inland estuary. East angler was stalling by land to

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continental Europe. There could be a whole treasure chests on the

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speech. This project has been going for years. We're been hoping to

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discover a school. It is yet to happen. I am sure it. Is no and

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Mecca for you? We are the only county to have evidence of four

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species of human. This coastline is a prehistoric treasure trove,

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yielding of mammoths and ancient tools. Some survived 800,000 years,

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others just a few seconds. He won't be the years from now. We have a

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yellow warning for more rain tonight. He is that next lot of

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rain. Some showers at header that main band, is that main band, so

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that'll rattle through the next few hours. Some of them may be the heavy

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side. This main band the rain comes in, produce five millimetres. It

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will be accompanied by strong southerly winds, which could reach

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gale force around the coast. The rain rattles through quickly, so

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during the early hours we will see drier conditions. The winds easing

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down just a touch. Temperatures no lower than seven or eight degrees.

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Tomorrow morning, Italy lighter winds. Plus three started today with

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a few showers. The showers will be on the heavy side. The winds will

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pick up in the afternoon. A strong south westerly winds. Gusts of 50

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the city mph, but on the coast we may have stronger gust still. Good

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afternoon we will see more showers piling in, some of them given a

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longer spell rain. The showers continue through Saturday night into

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the early hours of Sunday. That sets the scene for Sunday itself. Further

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showers, heavy at times. Strong south westerly winds, but hopefully

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for the day on Sunday we should start to see those winds easing

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down, and hopefully we saw to see those winds easing down, and

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hopefully we stop the CQ showers. From now until Sunday, the potential

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for 20 millimetres of rain. Monday, a few showers. More wet and windy

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weather arriving Tuesday. We could see some frosting eyes on Sunday

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night as well as Monday. Have a great weekend.

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It's your job to keep law and order, isn't it?

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It must be exciting being a policewoman. It has its moments.

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