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That is all from the BBC News At Six,

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Frustration at Papworth Hospital tonight as the government puts a

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last`minute hurdle in the way of its move to Cambridge. Phasing out of

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Middle School ` Northants parents take up the fight. And we will be

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here later in the programme with farewell Afghanistan as troops from

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this region prepared to leave for the last time. And Bedford's Nigel

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Lavine laps it up in the 400 metres ahead of the world indoor

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Championships. Good evening. Welcome to Look East.

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First, questions and confusion over the future of Papworth Hospital.

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First, questions and confusion over the future of Papworth Hospital. ``

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the future of Papworth Hospital `` Look East can confirm the government

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is reviewing its plan to move the hospital from its site near

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Huntingdon to Cambridge. The move has been in the pipeline for years,

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with work due to start on the new multi`million pound side this

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summer. But it is the most project has not been signed off yet. The

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government is looking again at the benefits of the mood and its

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affordability. In a moment, we hear from the chief executive of Papworth

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Hospital. First, this report. It was here they carried out the

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UK's first successful heart transplant in 1979. Now the UK's

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biggest centre for heart and lung surgery treats hundreds of thousands

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of patients every year. But it has outgrown its buildings, and in

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December the chief executive told Look East that it would move to a

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new site right next to Addenbrooke's Hospital. The work they undertake is

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very complex. In today's world, it is so important that we have the

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specific back`up. Being on the Cambridge biomedical campus, that

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offers our patients the best care in the world. The plans are already

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well advanced. This artist's impression was even created, showing

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how the new Papworth Hospital would look. Construction work, due to

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start this,, the hospital complete by 2017. The government has now

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ordered a review of the whole move, looking at whether it makes sense

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financially and how much patients would benefit. The Department of

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Health wouldn't put anybody forward for interview but, in a statement,

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said: And alternative option that is being

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considered is moving into Peter brain instead. The trust that runs

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that hospital is in financial trouble, unable to afford the cost

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of its new building. There is a new space which Papworth Hospital could

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move into. That might help Peter borough pay its bills. Would it be

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best for patients? In a statement, the trust confirmed that last

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September, when this was considered: At the time, such a move described

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as unworkable. People travel from across the region for treatment at

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Papworth Hospital. Even Prince Phillip had heart surgery there one

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Christmas. The move to Cambridge would cost up to ?170 million. The

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governance said it expects to make a decision soon. `` the government.

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Stephen Bridge is the Chief Executive of Papworth Hospital. I

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met him a short while ago and asked him if he was expecting this latest

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round of red tape. I wasn't. We have been at this for over ten years. We

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have done everything, at every step of the way, by the rule book. I was

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disappointed that we were informed of this literally the Friday before

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Christmas. Are you being kept in the dark about conversations that might

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be going on at other levels? I was disappointed to hear that they have

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now introduced another obstacle They wanted an external clinical

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review, as well as another review of financial checks. It has added

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another six`month delay on the project that has already been much

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delayed. Talking of the timescale, it was only a couple of months ago

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when we were talking about this and you were proudly showing me the

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artist's impressions of the site. This is frustrating. It is.

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Particularly as Cambridge and the campers were hoping for it to be a

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world leader. `` the campus. Next door is going to be the global

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headquarters of a pharmaceutical company. It is going to create many

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jobs. It is going to come up with world latest research for heart

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disease. It is great news for the country, for the patient and the

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economy. I am wondering, because the review is looking at the financial

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situation, whether people might be thinking again about moving Papworth

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Hospital to Peter borough. `` Peter bra.

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The financial issues around Peter borough are so big that moving

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Papworth there would not only be wrong but would make a small dent in

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the size of the deficit. We have got this latest review. Have you been

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given any time frame now when you can be confident that the plans that

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you thought were very much in place will in fact move forward? To give

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you a straight answer, I have not got any date. What we are able to do

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is give the answers back to the Treasury as quickly as possible so

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that they can then be in a position to give us a speedy answer. I would

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hope that certainly by early to mid March that all the formation they

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will have. The clear up is still underway after Friday night's geld

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force winds. The Met Office recorded gusts of almost 70 mph. `` gale

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force. Travel was disrupted and buildings were damaged. The Imperial

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War Museum in Cambridgeshire had to close over the weekend after a

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section of the main aircraft display building was ripped open by the

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storm. The high winds also tore half the roof of this sport centre in

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Northamptonshire. We invest a huge amount in our sights here and our

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buildings. When you come in and you see the damage, it upsets you. You

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want things to be right for the children and the start on a

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day`to`day basis. We will work with for it to be right. There are no

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severe warnings from the Environment Agency this evening. Compare to

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other parts of the country, we have escaped any serious problems. In the

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Fens, this is largely thanks to some complex engineering which keeps tens

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of thousands of acres Drive, whatever the weather.

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The betaine 14 near Thorney in Cambridgeshire today. Here, they are

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used to flooding, but may `` not everywhere is affected. Here is one

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reason why. The Denver sleuth, doing what King Canute famously failed to

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do, literally holding back the tide. It protects this region from

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flooding. But without it... We would be talking about the fans as they

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were 400 years ago. It would all be flooded. This is one of the gates.

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They work into microwaves. If the river has been high and there has

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been a lot of rain, they can open the gates and the water flows to

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see. If the tide is coming in and it is high, they shut the gates and it

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stops the water flowing in that direction to Cambridge and Ely. Now

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without the gates, tens of thousands of homes could be flooded, along

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with thousands of acres of farmland. The conditions are so extreme and

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the moment, one alone is not enough. Even at low tide, the water on this

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side is high enough that the gates have to stay shut to stop it

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overwhelming and already high river further inland. While it protects

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Cambridge and Ely from the time, further inland. While it protects

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Cambridge and Ely from the time it Cambridge and Ely from the time it

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means the river water can't throw out to sea. That is where the second

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sleuth comes in. It diverts the water into a relief channel, a ten

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mile stretch of river where it can be stored, and then let out into the

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sea. This protects about 100 miles of river. By dropping it down before

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the rain fall, it increases the storage considerably. Once we have

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had the rain, we can open the sluice even more. We can train the river

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down and tour the water down from Ely and Cambridge. There has been a

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sluice here since the mid`1600. Nowadays, more sadistically

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operation, it can train three a living swim pools of water every

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minute. `` nowadays, a more sophisticated operation.

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Related to night, inside out investigates the aftermath of the

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region's storm damage, reporting the lengths people will go to keep the

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insurance premiums down. Next to a row in Northamptonshire

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over the phasing out of middle schools. Today, the county council

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resist `` released more details of its plans but many parents are not

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convinced. At the moment there are lower, middle and upper schools,

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convinced. At the moment there are lower, middle and upper schools but

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the council is to reduce it. The plans will affect 13 schools and

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aims to raise standards. The future of Northamptonshire's middle schools

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has sparked many heated discussions. The council insists no decisions

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have yet been made. If the loud voice is we don't want this to

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happen, the county council will step away from it. Then it will be down

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to each individual school to deal with the impact themselves and to

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deal with the cost of that themselves. It would be a fractured

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system. Here, they have both the low and middle schools next to each

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other. Some parents here have raised concerns that if the middle school

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were to close them some of the buildings would be sold off or

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development, something they saved would be short`sighted. The county

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council say that wouldn't happen. Instead the buildings will be

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retained and incorporated into one large primary school. Parents are

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also worried about standards. This middle school received a good Ofsted

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rating, whereas its replacement requires improvements, which the

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school says are taking place. Our trajectory is as spelt out by the

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county. We want to make it good. county. We want to make it good.

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That is where we want it to be in the next Ofsted, which we expect in

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September. Northampton abolished its middle school ten years ago, and

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there the council say the figures speak for themselves. In 2003, 40 6%

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of pupils got five or more GCSEs at grade C or above. `` 46%. For

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Priscilla, it is a case of deja vu, having fought against the three tier

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system in the 1970s. The majority of the country has to tears. It is

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ironic, because I think my vision was proved right. The consultation

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runs until the middle of March. The council insists it is listening and

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all views are welcome. A farming business has been ordered

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to pay ?90,000 following the death of a teenager and his older brother

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at a lake in Cambridgeshire. Ashley Yardley and his 17 brother, Luke,

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both drowned in September, 2011. Luke fell from a boat while working

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at the site. His brother jumped in to help but also drowned. A court

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heard the farming partnership breached health and safety laws. I

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breached health and safety laws I rode in the centre of Northampton

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has fully reopened to traffic two years after fire badly damaged and

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building. `` for a road. Since the fire, it has undergone a large

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repair and restoration programme. Local businesses have been calling

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for the road to open. Two of the region's train companies are not

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providing a satisfactory service according to any survey. The

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consumer group, Which, claim that just 40% of passengers said they

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were satisfied with their service. The survey of 7000 passengers found

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that less than half were pleased with their journeys. The most common

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complaint was ticket prices. Those are your top stories. Now it is over

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could have their contracts terminated. Dr Cormack says he will

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take the consequences. Still to come tonight. Some of our

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top athletes fighting for a place at the Commonwealth Games this summer.

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Plus, after the storm surge and the flooding, nature's own repairs to

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hold back the sea once more. About 1,000 military personnel from

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this region are nearing the end of their last major deployment to

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Afghanistan. By the end of this year, all British combat troops will

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pull out. Over the last 13 years, more than 60 local soldiers and

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airmen have lost their lives. But now the military presence is scaling

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down, and a huge removal operation is under way.

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Have a listen. What sounds like corn popping could be the sound of the

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end of a war. Ken Underwood from Northamptonshire invented this

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contraption. In it, 46,000 bullets an hour explode in a drum. No longer

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needed, they're made safe A few miles away, Anglians go on patrol.

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When I think back, and looked to be standing in a desert I would say,

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that is life. Their base at Lashka Gar hasn't been attacked once in the

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five months they've been here. But they take no chances. It is easy to

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get the risk of vehicle IDs. Coming down a main route. While some of the

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600 Anglians here hone their skills on the range. For others this is the

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front line. Passing power and security to local Afghans. The

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keyword. Transition not attrition. Plenty of time then to prepare for

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home. And it's a mammoth operation. Deep cleaning armoured vehicles

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engrained with seven years of desert sand. Hundreds of containers packed

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and ready to ship out. The Anglians will be the last to leave Lashka

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Gar. This was after 1200 people. There are six in containers of

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equipment. Vehicles and office space. Those have now gone. We

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updated those out. That has been our focus for the past five months. It

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feels different now. It is almost ready to hand back to the Afghans.

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It's been a long 13 years campaign for the East's servicemen and women.

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Colchester based paratroopers were among the first, openly welcomed

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into Kabul. A very different reception five years on in Helmand.

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Local soldiers deployed to a hostile region dominated by the Taliban. 65

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men and women. That's more than one in seven of British personnel killed

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are from this region. The commander of the last brigade into Afghanistan

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is from Norfolk. His role is to help draw down and pull British forces

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out of Afghanistan. Beyond here, we are in a new operation which will go

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into our capitals and native countries. That is alongside the

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Afghan government. The details of that still finalised. Eight years

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ago, the Defence Secetary vainly hoped not a single bullet in Helmand

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would be fired. Now at least in Lash Ka Gar, millions are being

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destroyed. During the tidal surge in December,

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the shingle bank at Cley in Norfolk was breached. The sea poured through

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the gap, flooding the marshes and villages along the coast like

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Salthouse and Cley`next`the Sea. But now the shingle bank is starting to

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repair itself. Which is exactly what the owners, the Norfolk Wildlife

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Trust, want to happen. This is known as Marsh. We purchased this in

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December. Kevin Hart is head of nature

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reserves for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. This morning he showed us

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onto Popes marsh at Cley. This whole section of the north Norfolk coast

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took a fearful battering in December. This was pretty disastrous

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in terms of the immediate aftermath. There was a lot of

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damage. We took damaged infrastructure for visitors. We have

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done a lot of work. We have got boardwalks back in place. We had one

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that was completely destroyed. But further on it's possible to see how

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the shingle bank is starting to repair itself. Over the past month

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the sea has brought in a huge amount of shingle and plug the gap, if you

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like. The bank has completely changed. There are sections which

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are much lower and wider adoption has moved on by 300 metres. The

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shape of the bank has changed to become flatter and wider, but

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according to the Wildlife Trust that might not be a problem. They want to

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see what is called the managed retreat of the coastline. That is

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what it is doing. We have to give the habitat time to adapt. We need

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to a loud species to adapt, from a freshwater system to a more

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attainable one. We need to manage this retreat and the reserve easily

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manage in such a way that species can move and can adapt to the

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change. The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has no intention of abandoning these

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marshes. Far from it. But the Trust says they will have to change and

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any solutions to changing weather patterns must be sustainable.

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If you are a top athlete, this is a very special year. There's the

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Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July, but before that, it's the

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World Indoor Championships in Poland in early March. The Bedford runner

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Nigel Levine is already on top form, winning the 400 metre title at the

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British Indoor Championships at the weekend. Olympic gold medallist Greg

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Rutherford was also competing, after a long break with injury.

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Some athletes choose to miss the indoor season, but if you're Nigel

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Levine, you thrive on it. He hit the deck hard and fast in Birmingham,

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leading from the front to clock an equal personal best.The perfect prep

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for Poland. Today he was back with his coach Linford Christie,

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reflecting on a job well done. The aim was not to panic, stay relaxed

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and calm and whatever happens, happens. Getting prepared for the

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world Championships, to this race was just a stepping stone. How much

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cricket do you think you think out of the win this medal and also a

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Commonwealth Games medal? Very quick. I will have to sacrifice and

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do something I've not done before. It was also an important moment for

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the Milton Keynes long jumper Greg Rutherford, back competing after a

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hamstring tear which ruined his World Championships last summer.

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He's raised eyebrows by admitting he wants to compete at a Winter

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Olympics in the skeleton. For now though, he heads to the sunnier

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climbs of California, having jumped eight metres and finish third. It is

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wonderful to come out here and get germs back to back, and jump well as

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well. I am happy with my staff. This is the best art I've had my career

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and the best art career I've had. I want to win, but I have to be

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sensible. And it's been a successful month for the Cambridgeshire

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high`jumper Robbie Grabarz. Having already won the British Indoor title

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in Sheffield. He finished third on Saturday, clearing a season's best

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two metres 27. In the football, if Peterborough can

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beat Swindon tonight they will be playing in a Wembley final next

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month It's the Southern Area final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

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It's 2`2 after the first leg. The winner will play either Fleetwood or

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Chesterfield on March 30th. There's a good chance that lots of

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you will be eating potatoes for your evening meal tonight. And it's

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likely that when they were grown last year, they'll have been sprayed

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with chemicals to kill the fungus that causes potato blight. Without

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spraying, most of our main crop potatoes would wither and die. But

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now, in a three year trial, scientists in Norwich have developed

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genetically modified potatoes that are resistant to blight.

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These potatoes stems may look tiny, but could herald a big change for

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farmers. At the moment, millions are spent fighting a disease. Blight is

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a number`one threat to potatoes, thriving in damp and humid

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conditions. Scientists at the Sainsbury laboratory have found a

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gene which is resistant to it. It is like downloading an apt to your

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smartphone. After you have downloaded it, it is still a

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smartphone, but it has the added function. Once you have downloaded

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the gene to hear, it is still a potato but it has the added function

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are being Blight resistant. Farmers have to spray of the 15 times a

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season to protect against the disease. If you can control it with

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genetics and chemistry, you don't have to do all that spraying. You

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don't have tractors coming up and chemistry, you don't have to do all

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that spraying. You don't have tractors, other bit longer, or do

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something else. It makes agriculture more efficient and reduces its

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impact on the environment. 16 turned potatoes are sold every year, so it

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is expensive if the crop is damage. Blight cost farmers ?60 million a

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year, which is why scientists say this is such a breakthrough. But

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will consumers buy potatoes with a GM logo? Public confidence in GM

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food has been shaken by action from environmentalists, who say it is

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untried and untested. The scientists here are about to take their new

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potato to the States, where company wants to develop it. But with EU

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regulations to pass, it is estimated it will take at least eight years

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before we see the GM potatoes here. If you're interested in what the BBC

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does in this region, then you might be interested in joining the BBC's

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regional audience panel. We want to hear from people of all ages and all

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access call: 0800 092 6030. Let's get the weather. Today may be

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in luck on Sunday's sunshine, but a quieter day than late. This is a

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picture of a farmer harvesting sugar beet in Suffolk, making the most of

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this welcome break in the weather. For this afternoon, we have had rain

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pushing towards us from the South West. We have had bits of pieces of

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rain too, producing heavy bursts. That sets the scene for tonight.

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Cloudy skies with rain pushing eastwards. Under half an inch of

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rain in places. It does mean that a black cloud, it will be a frost free

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nights, with temperatures no lower than six or seven Celsius. Light

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southerly winds as well. Tomorrow, this is the weather front. It moves

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off towards the continent. It is not a bad day. The last of the rain will

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clear pretty quickly, then we are left with bodies start. Largely

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cloudy, `` body . The winds will be fairly slowly and light

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south`westerly winds. Moderate at times on the coast. Another mild day

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with double figures in the temperature. For the rest of the

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afternoon, we will see further slow`moving showers, possibly heavy

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and thundery. They will die away as we head into tomorrow evening. Then

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on Tuesday, it does look like a lot of cloud around. A bit of brightness

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with sunshine and showers. Wednesday has filed first thing, but generally

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quieter with winds and cloud. Then Thursday has low pressure with wet

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weather. At some point in looks like we will have rain pushing west to

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east, and a blustery day too. Blustery showers on Friday too.

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Those are your overnight lows. Rain, rain, rain. Goodbye.

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