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Good evening. Hello and welcome to Tuesday's Look

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East. Coming up in the programme tonight: Accused of financial

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mismanagement, the college that claimed more than ?1 million for

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students it couldn't prove it had. We have an exclusive report.

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Victory for campaigners in the latest courtroom battle over a wind

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farm at this heritage site. And later with Susie and me...

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On the Rowe`d to Wembley: After a night of high drama, Posh hit the

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history books. And Indiana Jones and the mystery of

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the manuscript... Stay tuned to find out more.

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Good evening. First tonight, the college in Luton which claimed

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nearly ?1 million pounds for students it had no record of

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teaching. The BBC has seen a damning report into the Barnfield Federation

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which runs a college and half a dozen academies and schools across

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Bedfordshire. The report also says the college spent at least ?1.2

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million on failed projects. Paul Scoins has this exclusive report.

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For the management at Barnfield College, this report makes for

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uncomfortable reading. Investigations began last October

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following allegations of financial mismanagement and the massaging of

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grades, and today we can reveal the report has found: The college

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wrongly claimed nearly ?1million for students it had no record of

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teaching. Mismanagement led to it losing 1.25

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million on failed projects. And its former boss, Sir Peter

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Birkett, was given two payoffs, holiday allowances and a car when he

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resigned, despite only being entitled to and asking for holiday

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pay. Now, because of the findings of this

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report, I understand Barnfield College has also been told it will

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now lose around ?1million worth of funding because it cannot simply

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prove it enrolled and taught some students here at the Luton campus.

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The college and the former boss here, Sir Peter Birkett, say they

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won't comment until the final report is published, but I understand from

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the Government that this report has now been passed to the police.

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The allegations surrounding Barnfield have also now been raised

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in Parliament. The Luton South MP called for all

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information to be made public. Whistle`blowers have previously

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experienced the experiences. While we committed to publishing all

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inquiry reports in full, including all of the versions of those reports

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that have been circulated outside of the Department? I am grateful to the

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honourable gentleman for basing this case. There have been serious

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allegations made in connection with the Barnfield Federation. They are

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being investigated and nothing that I should say, to publish should

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prejudice that. Whenever there is information, however, that is

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correct that we should share with those affected and the public, we

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will do so in due course. The Barnfield Federation was once

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singled out for praise by the Government, but now finds itself

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waiting to hear the final results of the investigation by the Department

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for Education and crucially that of the police.

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A short while ago I spoke to Luton MP Gavin Shuker and asked whether

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claiming nearly ?1 million for students it had no record of

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teaching was down to poor book`keeping or something more

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sinister. On the surface of it, the concern that more than one mugging

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pounds worth of public funds `` funds were procured by the Barnfield

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Federation as outlined in the report without the student numbers backing

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up that claim, that is the play concerning. I am aware that there

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will be further investigations into this. What I would say is that

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biofuels will have to get a clear account as to how those mistakes

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occurred in the first place. Otherwise people will be concerned

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there was foul play. There has also been the suggestion about Sir

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Peter's extravagant handshake, did that surprise you? Some of the most

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shocking details surround Sir Peter's departure. It is clear there

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was an issue around the people who agreed that the. One of the concerns

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I have around the conflict structure of the Barnfield Federation was that

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there were two different boards of trustees and it is not clear which

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one would have had the decision`making power. It points

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back not just to the management but also the structure of this college

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in the first place. You say there is a lack of accountability. That is

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often the criticism levelled at academies, who is accountable? In

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previous days where you have said it was under local control. That has

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been completely changed. Initially locked out by the Labour

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Party who introduced the academy system. The major difference is that

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academies were brought in to deal with the small number of schools

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that were constantly running into difficulties. Since 2010 that

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programme has been massively accelerated. They have since gobbled

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up schools at an enormous rate. With all these problems, can Barnfield

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operate successfully or would you like to see the whole structure

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broken up? To be clear, there is a positive future for Barnfield and

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looting and possibly beyond, but that future can only be brought

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about if we are clear that the truth comes out as to what went wrong

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That is why the process for publishing these reports should be

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accelerated. There are many agents who want to see what evidence is

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available. You mentioned the parents and it comes down to them and the

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pupils, what can you say to reassure them tonight? My commitment is to

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make sure that the full truth comes out. We do not want a witchhunt but

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if there are policy implications, I will be pushing for them in

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Parliament. Plans for a wind farm near a

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heritage site in Northamptonshire have been halted. The Court of

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Appeal rejected an application by the developers behind the proposal.

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And today's ruling could have implications for future developments

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across the region. Lyveden New Bield in

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Northamptonshire, a historic listed building that campaigners say would

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be spoiled if four wind turbines were built nearby. They'd be almost

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twice the height of Nelson's Column. So the National Trust, English

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Heritage and the local council took the case to court and won. I am

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overjoyed. It has been a great week off of our shoulders. Hopefully this

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is gone. I club they will go away now.

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In 2010, East Northamptonshire District Council refused permission.

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The developers appealed and in 012 the planning inspector granted

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permission. But last year the High Court said that decision was flawed.

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The developers then went to the Court of Appeal, but lost. So why is

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the National Trust blocking a green energy project? Sharrine Scholtz we

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have supported many renewable projects and we have our own targets

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to reduce our energy use by 50% by 2020. This is over and inappropriate

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skill and location and we believe that renewables can be incorporated

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within our landscape and a West Coast Energy could now ask the

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planning inspector to reconsider their application afresh.

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Much more sensitive way. In a statement the company said "We

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are disappointed with the decision of the Court of Appeal. We will have

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to carefully consider the detail of the judgment before deciding what

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action to take." This decision by the Court of Appeal

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means those pants for those particular carbines have been

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halted. The effect of this potentially goes beyond

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Northamptonshire. Three senior judges underlined that whenever a

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development like this is proposed next to a historical site, serious

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consideration must be given to the potential harm of winning it up

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against the potential benefits. `` weighing it up.

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Police have launched an investigation after a body was found

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in a river in Bedfordshire. A member of the public raised the alarm

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yesterday afternoon. The body was seen floating in the River Ouzel in

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Leighton Buzzard. The police say it's too early to confirm if it is

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that of missing 36`year`old Neil Devlin who hasn't been seen since

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New Year's Day. Next tonight, the changing face of

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A departments. The increase in people turning up at A nationally

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is pretty stark. In 2004, a total of 17.8 million. By 2012 that had risen

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to 21.7 million. So across the region hospitals are experimenting.

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Installing new buildings,diverting some patients and using their staff

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in different ways. The latest to make changes, the Queen Elizabeth in

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King's Lynn. Kim Riley reports. They call it ACE, that is ambulatory

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emergency care. This nurses attending to Anthony who suffered a

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collapse. He will be visiting a consultant very soon. People like

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myself who have chronic conditions need places like this where they can

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drop in to keep themselves on track. This unit can deal with 16 of them

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was comical `` common medical conditions.

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Where does it get its patients? Like Anthony B can be directed for prompt

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treatment. They can be deferred by this assessment unit where patients

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would have a stay overnight. Or they can be referred by their own GP who

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has direct access to the duty consultant. The new unit began as a

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pilot last summer. Things here happen quickly. The patients we see

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here historically would have stayed in hospital for one night. Our

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average turnaround is three hours and nine minutes. Since opening last

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August we have seen 1200 patients. Only 96 of those have had to be

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admitted to hospital. We have a 100% response rate from her patient

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satisfaction surveys. It is to do with the fact that they get prompt

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treatment from admission to treatment all in one day. Jim

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Cassell from King's Lynn is here with swollen legs and serious pains

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and looking for answers. What do you think about the staff? We are very

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nice and friendly. They are doing their job. I have just got to wait

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and see what can be done. This is a new treatment and we want to share

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this with local hospitals. We wanted to evolve around the whole of the

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NHS. That is part of the solution to ease the pressure on A

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departments. Two and a half years and the panning, morale is high gear

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but the team is soon to be suspended. There is genuine

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enthusiasm, not least the saving of hundreds of overnight stays in the

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hospital that are no longer required. The aim is to have begin

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it up and running eventually around the clock.

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First Capital Connect has given `` been given a six`month extension to

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its current contract. The contract was due to end next month.

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Yesterday, a Which? Report placed the company joint bottom of the

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table for train cleanliness. First Capital Connect has said it's

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committed to continued improvements to services.

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a home would viable or sustainable. The dieses supports the demolition.

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`` still to come. Peterborough are on

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their way to Wembley. Why are the Chinese so much better at teaching

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maths than we are? Education experts in Bordeaux East to learn more ``

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will go. A professor from the University of

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Bedfordshire is being hailed as a real`life Indiana Jones, after

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cracking the code of a mysterious mediaeval document. This is it. It's

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called the Voynich manuscript. We know it's 600`odd years old. And it

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shows plants and stars as well as mysterious human figures. But it's

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the script that makes it famous, because no`one has ever deciphered

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what these symbols mean. Over the years it's become infamous and it

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even features in the Indiana Jones books. And the man who cracked it is

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Stephen Bax, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of

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Bedfordshire. Earlier I asked him how he did it.

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My background is in linguistics, and basically what I did was try to

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identify pictures and match them with particular words alongside. I

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see it as a picture crossword, working out which latter letters

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match the sound. Why is it important? It is a big manuscript,

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with lots of interesting details. If only we could understand the

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manuscript, it would give us an insight into mediaeval thinking. The

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script has been uncrackable for 600 years, so I think my efforts, which

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are still partial, are a kind of chink in the armount of the

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manuscript, which I hope will open it up to future understanding of the

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mediaeval mind. There has been an air of mystery around it. You think

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it is a treatise on nature? I think it is a mediaeval treatise on

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nature, written in an un`known script. I think we are now a step

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forward cracking it. The words you found, can you describe the ones

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you've managed to crack? The interesting one is the word Taurus,

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which is next to a picture of stars. The word alongside it seems to be a

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foreign word, which if you use those letters and compare it to the two

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plants, you can start to build up the system of letters as a whole

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system for the manuscript. There is still more work to do. You are being

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hailed as a real`life Indiana Jones. What do you make of that? My

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children had to laugh at that. They pointed at my balding head. Great to

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talk to you. A group of teachers and education

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experts are going to Shanghai next week to learn how they teach maths.

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In the most recent league table, China comes top. England is down in

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26th place. The delegation is being led by the Norfolk MP and Education

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Minister Liz Truss. It also includes Dame Rachel de Souza, who runs a

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number of schools in Norfolk. We'll hear from Dame Rachel in a moment,

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but first the background from Dawn Gerber.

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The contrast could not be clearer. Shanghai schoolchildren are the best

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in the world at maths, while British peoples like behind, ranked 26th in

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this study. That is why the education minister and North MP

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Elizabeth truss it heading east. Businesses in her county want

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skilled staff. This engineering centre is a hub with over 30

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companies in the energy and motor industry and many people with the

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right qualifications. It is important that students looking to

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work in engineering sector have got good competency in both maths and

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English. If you take the energy sector, it is growing and growing.

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We need the workforce that can manufacture these products to meet

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the demand. The classroom is where changes have to be made. Norfolk

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schools have been criticised for being among the worst performing in

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the country. We have to be open`minded and DeMarco minded to

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new schools. `` two new learning. If students fail to get good grades,

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they could lose out, because places like this will have to look further

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afield and maybe even abroad. Dame Rachel de Souza is the CEO of the

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Inspiration Trust, which runs seven schools in Norfolk, and has helped

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two schools out of special measures and into "outstanding" . And when I

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spoke to her late this afternoon, she told me why she thinks the

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Chinese are doing so well. I think there are two things. There

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are the methods they use, and we are already using those methods and

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seeing great result in our classrooms. There was also an

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attitude towards maths. Parents and students are pro mathematics. They

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see maths as the key to unlock a great future. We need to do that.

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Let us look at the methods. A lot of modern talk takes us back to how we

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used to do things. I used in Singapore mathematics in my primary

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schools. The students do rigorous timetables. The homework is done and

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marked and returned by the very next morning, so students get instant

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feedback. A lot is about rigour and intense teaching, so intense blocks

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of teaching. The little ones can do it. My little six`year`olds are

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doing Singapore maths and are only a year ahead of the students above

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them. It works. What about aspiration? What I'm dying to see is

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Chinese parents in action. There is a whole approach to mathematics and

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support for your child learning mathematics. We have to learn from

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over there. We can be a bit anti`maths, seen it as

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anti`creativity in the UK. Is to do with the way mathematics is taught?

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The teachers not make it interesting enough? If you look at the Chinese

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model, they not trying to entertain. They are teaching basic concepts,

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basic arithmetic in very intense blocks. Young people respect that.

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You remember that teacher who was rigorous and you remember it. Is it

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about discipline? Become back to that rigour and discipline.

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Youngsters love to learn, and every get them young and start laying the

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foundations of good arithmetic, I have no doubt we can be topping and

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beating the Chinese. We need to do it for our own economy and that each

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of these young people. Mathematics is key to all the best jobs now. It

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is a different world. Thank you very much. Outdoor swimming pools are

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read enough. Outdoor pools donated to village by a local duke or

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unique. That is a story in Beds. It was built by the Duke of Bedford for

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his staff, but tonight it is on the verge of closing the good.

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It is a miserable debris night. `` February. This has been here for a

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century. It is run by a group of trustees. The recent weather has not

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been kind to the pool. There is a lot of maintenance needed. Here is a

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trustee. What is the problem? Lack of people to organise and take

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responsibility to get things done. We need a committee and more people.

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We had a great year last year. We made good surplus, but unfortunately

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the people involved have got too much work to do in other areas and

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are not able to give their time to it. We are on the verge of closing

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through lack of people support, not a money. That will be a shame

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because this pool has been used by generations. It is quite unique. I

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should think every child in the village has used this pool for

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enjoyment over the years. Many have learned to swim here. It is

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virtually a unique situation. You can come and have a picnic with your

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family. It is not a swimming pool, it is a lie down and place to have

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fun. You have called a meeting. Are you confident you will get people to

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come forward? Yes. We have had a few names come forward. Thank you for

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coming tonight. The pool is open at May. Whether it is open this may.

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Whether it is over Miss Maple depends on what happens tonight. ``

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this may. Peterborough United have made it to

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a Wembley final for the first time in 14 years. They beat Swindon Town

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last night in the southern area final of the Johnstone's Paint

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Trophy, but only after a nervous penalty shoot`out. The first leg

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finished 2`2. Last night they came from a goal down to draw level and

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will play either Chesterfield or Fleetwood on March 30th.

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Life is never dull at Peterborough Utd. Promotions, relegations and now

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the chance to win their first cup final at the home of English

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football. He runs to the near side to salute

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the fans. Tommy Rowe is out of contract at the end of the season,

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but his spot kick could prove priceless. For much of last night's

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game against Swindon they struggled, conceding a scrappy goal after half

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an hour. Swindon should have scored a second but tired towards the

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end.Posh meanwhile showed plenty of pluck, and 15 minutes from time,

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their top scorer Britt Assombalonga took advantage. Tied at 3`3 on

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aggregate, and with no extra time being played, it came down to

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penalties. Swindon started and promptly wished they hadn't. One of

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two bad misses for the home side. It was 3`3 when Tommy Rowe stepped up

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to strike the winning penalty. And after a torrid winter of poor form

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in front of fewer fans, Posh at last have something to shout about. You

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can't underestimate how getting into a cup final changes everything. You

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noticed the feel`good factor last night. It lifts everyone. Going to

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Wembley, for a club like Peterborough, is a big deal. It is

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not like Manchester United where it happens every so often. It is a once

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in a lifetime opportunity. Manager Darren ferguson will be hoping a cup

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final can inspire his team to promotion via the play`offa and, who

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knows, it may not be their only date at Wembley this season.

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If you're interested in what the BBC does in this region, then you might

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be interested in joining the BBC's regional audience panel. We want to

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hear from people of all ages and all backgrounds, from across the region.

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The panel meets three times a year, and it's your chance to tell us what

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you think about the BBC. You don't get paid, but you will get expenses.

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Today we recorded temperatures of 11 Celsius. It felt springlike. We are

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still in an unsettled weather pattern. Today we saw a good

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shattering of showers. Some were on the heavy side. There are more to

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come and heading eastwards. You still may catch a shower before the

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end of the day, but they will tend to clear out into the North Sea. But

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the much of the night it looks dry. That'll allowed temperatures to drop

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over the next few hours. It is cold a love for a touch of ground frost.

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It'll be quite isolated and a patchy frost when we get it. Those winds

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will fall to a patchy frost when we get it. Those winds will fall to

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alight south`westerly. Into you will notice a weather front portion in

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from the West, but it won't get yours until overnight. We are into a

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reasonable forecast for tomorrow. It'll be a mainly dry day with light

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winds, and it will feel quite springlike wants more. If we are

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lucky, we will see something brighter. Where the cloud is

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thickest, that might produce an isolated shower. It is looking mega

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dry forecast and not a bad forecast all. `` like a dry forecast. There

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will be a light wind. There is a little more cloud for the afternoon.

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That is coming from the West and will bring a sunlight and patchy

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rain overnight on Wednesday. It changes our forecast once bought

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into a rather cloudy and down forecast for Thursday. The wind

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speed picks up and it will stay windy from Thursday right into the

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weekend. We start Thursday quite cloudy and misty in places. They'll

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be some outbreaks of rain. The middle of the day that batter and

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dryer. `` looks better. They'll be showers on Friday and they will be

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around on Saturday. The tempered as will be cooler by the weekend ``

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temperatures. Good

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