12/03/2014 Look East - West


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

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Face`to`face with the familx which says their autistic son was beaten

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up by police. They do have trust and confidence in us but that h`s been

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dented. There is no doubt about that. Grounded ` all intern`tional

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flights from Cambridge Airport are cancelled. A vital goal for the

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Cobblers in their battle ag`inst relegation. And Molly from Dssex, a

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true friend for life. First tonight, a meeting between the Chief

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Constable of Bedfordshire and the family of an autistic man who say he

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was beaten up by two of her officers. It's a case that has

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exposed tensions between police and the community in Luton. Tod`y,

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Colette Paul said she wanted to reassure relatives of Faruk Ali

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there would be answers. We'll hear more from her in a moment. But

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first, this report by Sally Chidzoy. Faruk Ali is severely autistic with

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a mental age of five. His f`mily say he was badly beaten and bruhsed

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outside his home in an unprovoked attack by two police officers

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sitting in this car. But it is not the first time he has been hn a

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confrontation with police. The first time was two years ago. Thex just

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put to the ground and startdd on him. Sonia Tyler says she s`w

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everything. There were hitthng him and he was screaming and crxing One

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of them nearly pulled his trousers down in one case. They were just

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tackling him. Because he was fighting himself because he was

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frightened. The Police Constable met his family to discuss both

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incidents. The main focus w`s the latest one in which he was left with

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several injuries. His relathves say he was wearing a badge highlighting

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his disabilities. When officers allegedly beat him. . She w`sn't in

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a position to answer any of the questions or in a position to say

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how long this investigation would take. It really was more of a

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reassurance meeting, the sort of meeting with the family, th`t was

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what it was. Who thinks thex should be suspended immediately? Shnce this

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heated public meeting last week the two officers remain at work but they

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have been barred from to wrhte dealings with the public, who are

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following the case with intdrest. This man is a human being. They are

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doing their duty. It is maybe the sort of thing that happens `nd it

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does damage relationships. H think they did quite a good job, really,

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but it is certain people. It is OK. Leicestershire police are

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investigating under IPCC supervision and they will look at both hncidents

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involving police and Faruk @li. This afternoon I spoke to Chief Constable

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Colette Paul and put it to her that the family of Faruk Ali felt she had

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not answered their questions. It was actually very cordial and I would

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say productive. What I would say obviously is I answered as lany

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questions as I could and as frankly as I could but obviously within the

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confines of an ongoing investigation. We understand that

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Faruk Ali was attacked prevhously by police so this is the second time he

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has been attacked. Can you confirm that? I can confirm that an incident

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took place back in 2011 with Faruk and an investigation took place on

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that occasion. What I would say is that I have asked the investigation

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happened since as part of this happened since as part of this

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ongoing investigation as well. How worried are you about what seems to

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be this rising anger among the community? I would not call it

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rising anger, I know the colmunity have been concerned right from the

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start and rightfully concerned. They have certainly let us know their

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concern. And I am going out to mosques and different community

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groups to speak to people, `s are my staff and colleagues. It is only

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occasionally that things go wrong but when they do, we have got to be

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big enough to learn. You have cleared your diary, you say, in this

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letter to residents, as published on the website. That is not an easy

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thing for a Chief Constable to do so I assume you are very worridd? I am

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very concerned and I actually think it is only right that as a leader of

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Bedfordshire Police that I need to be out there, visible in thd

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community, to address concerns that people have. It was just a few

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months ago that Leon Briggs died in police custody. Do you think that

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you have lost the trust and confidence of the community that you

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are talking about? I think the community are concerned. Thdre is no

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doubt about that. What I wotld say is that from my meetings with

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community leaders, from my work with the local authority partners and

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councillors, they do have trust and confidence in us but that h`s been

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dented. There is no doubt about that. Dented by the Leon Brhggs case

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and this case and my job is to make sure that we restore that. Ht seems

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the longer everyone has to wait for answers, the more difficult it is

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going to be for you to restore that. Can you give us any idea how long

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this investigation may take? I want it to be as quick as it can possibly

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be but to be a fair and just investigation. The Chief Constable

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talking to me earlier. International flights from Cambridge Airport are

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to be scrapped after only shx months. The airport say 12,000

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passengers have flown to Paris, Amsterdam, Milan and Geneva. But the

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airline, Etihad Regional, h`s decided the routes will be `xed

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Mike Cartwright reports. A new airline and new routes. Welcomed in

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with an arch of water. Only six months on, flights will finhsh.

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Passenger numbers are said to be drying up. Certainly, those people

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that have flown through herd have really enjoyed the experience and

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want to come back again. Thdre are people out there that probably don't

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know that they want or need to fly from Cambridge Airport and one can

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always market the airport more strongly, so there is a varhety of

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factors. Nick says he still waiting for a refund of more than 400 lines

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from Darwin after his return flight from Paris was cancelled last

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October. There were eight pdople on the flight going out and me and my

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wife coming back. That is not viable. In September last ydar,

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Darwin began flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Geneva and Milan. Two months

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on, with new partners, it w`s rebranded Etihad Regional, but at

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the end of March, routes will cease. The airport had boasted it was now

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truly worldwide and you could arrive here, check in and not handle your

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luggage until arriving at destinations in the Far East,

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Australia or India. But rumours of a lack of demand have rumbled on and

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only recently the airport ctt its routes to Paris and Milan. Cambridge

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needs to decide what aviation markets it can develop and H think

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they can continue to target scheduled airlines but try to offer

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something which is very special It was a rave moved to come to

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Cambridge but I think they have struggled because of the proximity

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of Stansted Airport and Luton and easyJet services from those

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airports. Etihad says the stspension is temporary and a new routd from ``

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to Verona will start soon. Ht says to Verona will start soon. Ht says

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passenger numbers are good but in just over one fortnight, thd airport

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will become a little less international. A third of the

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region's wheat harvest could soon be stored in a building located between

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Kettering and Corby. As you can imagine, it's pretty vast and has

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taken several years to plan and construct. Today, for the fhrst

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time, our cameras were allowed inside. It cost ?12 million to

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build, can store over 90,000 tonnes of food and in the future whll be

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capable of processing over 30% of the region's wheat.

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It is a sight to behold. Thousands of tonnes of grain stored under one

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roof. This is the new grain store at Corby and farmers act as cooperative

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to sell their crop to local flour illers and breakfast cereal

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producers. `` millers. In the past, farmers would load up the lorry on

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the farm and say goodbye to it and they were at the mercy of the buyer

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as to whether or not the lo`d was accepted or rejected. With Camgrain,

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rejected loads are a thing of the past and so it puts the farler in

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control of their marketing. And the weather and the commodity m`rkets,

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all that volatility is brought under control. There are four Camgrain

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sites across East Anglia and the Midlands. Processing half a million

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tonnes of grain. Sieves remove stalks and dirt and the grahns and

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then separated according to size. `` are then. Finally, the wheat is

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cleaned and polished, ready for sale. Northamptonshire uses more

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what than any other county hn England. Because we have flour

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millers, we have Weetabix, so it makes a lot of sense to store it

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here. So we can deliver within 0 miles and we can guarantee wheat to

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them 24 hours a day. Camgrahn started 30 years ago in

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Cambridgeshire with 50 farmdrs. Now there are 500 and with this new site

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in Corby, the business is expanding. The site is built to grow. Ht is 50

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acres here with fantastic access onto the new Corby relief road. And

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the site will grow and develop into something much larger. Across the

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world and particularly in Etrope, farmers working together in large

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co`ops is completely the norm and probably the UK is the slowdst to

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pick this up. But the idea has now caught on and the business hs going

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from strength to strength. Firefighters in Hertfordshire spent

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the night tackling a fire at a paper waste recycling plant on thd

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outskirts of Hitchin. Four crews from across the county were sent to

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the plant, where almost 40% of the recycled waste was alight. The fire

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is now under control but thd building is still smouldering. We

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have got a large area of recycled material, much of that is flammable,

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or combustible, I should sax. Our biggest issues were the fird

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spreading. There is a degred of fire damage, obviously, from the fire and

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most of the warehouse is smoke damaged, heavily smoke damaged. The

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value of exports from Northamptonshire has more than

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doubled in the space of a ydar. In February 2013 the county exported

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just over ?20 million of goods. Last month that figure was nearlx ?4

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million. The figures have bden released by the Northamptonshire

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Chamber of Commerce. It says the results prove the county's

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manufacturing sector is helping to lead the country out of recdssion.

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The news follows a report l`st week which named Northampton as the best

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place in the UK to do busindss. Those are your top stories tonight.

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Now it's over to Susie and David for the rest of

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Also coming up: All the goals from last night 's

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football. We meet a cocker spaniel from Essex,

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a true friend for life and ` Crufts champion.

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A film premiere was held today at a hospital in Essex. It tells one

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woman's story after being dhagnosed with a gene that brings a hhgh risk

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of developing breast cancer. Charlotte Pitock, a young mother

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from Great Dunmow, decided to go ahead with surgery. Charlotte's Film

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follows her progress through a double mastectomy and breast

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reconstruction. This special report from Kim Riley. Please be aware that

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this shows images of her body after the surgery.

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At the Saint Andrews Centre at Broomfield Hospital, the first

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official showing of a very honest film. When Charlotte Pitock, 31 was

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diagnosed with a certain gene, it gave her an 85% chance of ddveloping

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breast cancer. The film records the highs and lows, from consultation to

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surgery, to recovery. I'm coming round from the operation and I have

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been awake for about three hours now. The next few days are going to

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be the hardest, certainly until day three I expect it to be quite hard.

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But now, I am through and I am feeling OK at the moment. Are you

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absolutely certain you made the right decision about going `head

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with the operation? Definitdly. My risk has been reduced from 85% to

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just 6% chance of getting breast`cancer and I no longdr have

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that breast cancer cloud hanging over me. I am completely frde of

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that risk and it is liberathng, it really is. How much of a part did

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your three lovely children play in your decision? I think they are the

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driving factor behind it. I want to see my three children grow tp and I

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do not want to have to be h`ving breast cancer treatment throughout

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their lives. I want to be wdll and fit. I want to be around for them.

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Charlotte was under the card of a leading breast reconstruction

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surgeon. We tend to use the woman's own tissue, whenever available. In

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most instances, we take tissue from the tummy and some from the thigh

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and we take this tissue with its own blood supply and take it to the

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site, either the left or right breast, and place it within the bag

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of skin. We connect the blood vessels from the tummy or the thigh

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to the local blood vessels `nd that is how we reconstruct a bre`st.

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Throughout the filming, the medical team praised Charlotte's br`very.

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When people came to visit, hf they wanted to look, I let them. My

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husband did not look on the first day but he felt ready on thd second

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day and he was amazed. People don't expect them to look the way they do.

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That boosts your confidence and you just feel they are your bre`sts and

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that they look good as your breasts. Nine months on from the operation,

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Charlotte is running the London Marathon in a month's time hn aid of

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the Breast Cancer Campaign. You can see her film on the breast

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reconstruction awareness website. It's not often you can say this but

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as the season comes towards its close, all our football teals still

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have something to play for ` either promotion or avoiding releg`tion.

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And there were some key gamds in the football league last night, as our

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sports editor Jonathan Park reports. Whether or not Ipswich make the

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play`offs, it's been a season of improvement for McCarthy's side

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Last night's 1`0 win at Yeovil leaves them four points off the top

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six, Christophe Berra got the goal. six, Christophe Berra

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A crucial victory with rivals Reading and Brighton also whnning.

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It was Town's first away success this year. Just about deserved,

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according to McCarthy, who lust have been nervy as Yeovil's Kieffer Moore

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rattled the woodwork late on. Infuriating inconsistency is

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damaging Peterborough's attdmpt to bounce straight back to the

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Championship. Manager Darren Ferguson even says without him, they

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would have been relegated. Two goals gave Posh an uphill task

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at London Road. City then played most of the game with ten mdn.

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Ferguson's side did put one back through Michael Bostwick but a third

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defeat in four games leaves them clinging onto the final plax`off

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place in League One. On their coat`tails, MK Dons have

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unearthed a real gem in Deld Alli. The teenager scored a hat`trick in

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MK Dons' 3`0 win at Notts County, leaving them three points bdhind

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Posh, with the cites meeting this weekend.

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Meanwhile, at the bottom, Stevenage's dramatic late epualiser

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against Preston puts that shde out of the relegation zone. Just a few

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weeks ago, they were nine points adrift of safety. Now, they are

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unbeaten in five. Colchester are hovering just above

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the chop zone. They lost 2`0 at home to Bradford.

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In League Two, each game is like a cup final for Northampton, who have

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improved greatly under Chris Wilder. Last night's 1`0 win over

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relegation rivals Exeter improves the Cobblers' hopes of stayhng up.

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Ian Morris scored the winner. They are unbeaten in five.

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As Southend battled back from 2`0 down at fellow promotion rivals

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Scunthorpe, Egan, with a fantastic volley from distance, and a

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goalkeeping mistake gifted Blues a point. They hang on to the last

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play`off spot. It's a happy birthday today to the

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World Wide Web. It's been whth us for 25 years. And what a difference

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it has made to our lives. Yes, the latest figures show more

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than eight in ten homes now have access to the internet and lore than

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seven out of ten people havd bought goods or services over the hnternet.

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To do all that, of course, xou need a computer and that's where these

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two come in. Let's introducd you to school teacher Jez Thompson and

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pupil Oli Jordan. Tell us what you do with computers. You are both very

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handy. You have been nominated in a national competition for an

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after`school club that you run. Can you explain what you do? We take

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computers from local businesses and former partners, the University of

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East Anglia, and other businesses around the area and we get them in

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and we refurbish them. When I say we, the students learn how to

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refurbish them, and we build new computers and then either t`ke them

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home or they get them out to clubs that ask for them. Olly, how

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difficult is it, you know, to most people it is wizardry what goes on

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underneath that keyboard... Maybe you could fix our ones at the BBC!

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When you take it off, where you quite baffled by what was under

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there? Yes. The first time H took apart a computer, we were told to

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dig it apart and to search what all of the past it on the Internet and

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label them all. `` parts did. After doing that in understanding how they

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were working, it suddenly started to make sense how to put them back

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together and how they all fht together and work around each other.

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And how many of you in this club? At the moment, after school on Tuesday,

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we get 40 people roughly turning up to this after`school club. @nd you

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have refurbished quite a lot of these? Over 100? You have actually

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gone out into the community and they are being reused by livable. I have

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got a couple of computers at home, don't know about other people,

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stashed away, and I wonder, can you totally agrees the hard drive?

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People have concerns about what might be a. I am dropping about bank

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details! If you have it reftrbished, you wonder that it goes to somebody

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else, is it totally secure? Certainly. We go over every hard

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drive with a new operating system so the entire drive is blanked. There

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is absolutely no chance of credentials being stolen or indeed

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looked at. So do you want all computers to be brought in?

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Absolutely. Equally, we want any clubs or organisations in the local

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area but won't computers to drop us an e`mail. `` that would like to

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drop us an e`mail. `` that would likely computers. How do yot and the

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and the pupils feel about gdtting to this national final? The sttdents

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are absolutely delighted. I am pleased for them but I was puite

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confident that what they ard doing is quite unique and it ties in with

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the new computer curriculum that has come into all schools from

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September. They are learning about competing, how to build computers,

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how to write software. Therd are no longer learning the ICT bashcs of

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using a spreadsheet or using a PowerPoint, which is quite

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intuitive. There are no learning how they work. How does the Intdrnet

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work? How does Google do th`t? `` they are currently learning. It is

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baffling to me but thank yot both for coming in and good luck

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Next, the story of a very special bond. 20`year`old Lucy Watts from

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Essex has a rare, life`limiting genetic condition. But she says her

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friend Molly gives her a re`son to go on. Molly is a one`year`old

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Cocker Spaniel. And they've just won the Friends for Life Award `t the

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dogs' show Crufts. Anyone with a dog knows how strong

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that bond can be. With me and Molly, it is to the maximum, reallx. She is

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my best friend, my companion and the light of my life. Molly is happy,

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energetic, was a lot of it's catchy. We have had her since she w`s eight

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weeks old and she keeps me going, keep the fighting and I cannot

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digests or absorb anything. I am fed into my bloodstream through a line

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my heart. I have just been put on the end of life register, which is

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for people but usually only have up to two years love. It makes you live

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fast when you're dying. You make the most of every moment. When H am

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having a bad day, and believe me I have had many, many hard, h`rd it is

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that we do not think we can get through, you see that face `nd she

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looks into my eyes and you see her tail wagging and did not my heart.

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You just think, I have got to live because she needs me and my family.

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Especially her. She is mine and I am hers. We just live for each other.

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She will pull my socks off, she will pull my jacket sleeves off `nd get

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my jacket. She fixes helper finally. `` fetches help if I needed. She

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will let somebody know that I am in distress or I need them. Shd also

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gives me confidence, I suppose. She gives me a will to live. Shd has

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opened up so many doors. Because I wanted her to be recognised, I have

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been entering things. That hs what led us to crops. Crufts was my

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bucket list because my life is limited. I never thought I would get

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there. What a Crufts we havd had. What a first graph! We have ended up

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winning a competition. The winner is Lizzie and Molly.

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CHEERING Well done! That was just... I was

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shocked but absolutely amazdd and so happy. Absolutely elated or stop you

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never know how much they can change your life until you get one. If

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anybody out there is down and depressed and can look after job,

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which is important, or can get somebody to help them, they will not

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regret it. `` look after a dog. What a gorgeous job.

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`` gorgeous dog. Beatable start to the day whth

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proper sunshine. Some of you may have woken tp to

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mist and fog, some sunshine. This was the extent of it. A large chunk

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of cloud lingered through the morning and as long as lunchtime for

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some part of the region. Th`t had an impact on the temperatures. Let s

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review last night. There was a touch of frost places. Some parts of the

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region got below freezing. Xou can see the swing of temperaturds.

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Climbing by 17 degrees throtgh the day! Some parts of the region had

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been mist, like Bedford, for those temperatures did not get as high.

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For tonight, or might spread `` widespread mist and fog, likely to

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be more extensive, affecting many parts of the region. If you do have

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any travel plans late tonight, you may want to there that in mhnd.

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Also, with some might wince, we could record some like tempdratures.

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`` you might want to bear it in mind and there might be some light winds.

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This mist and fog Midlanders are the morning and some disruption is

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likely if you're up early. High pressure is essentially keeping

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things fairly settled. Cert`inly, not the best visibility out on the

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roads first thing tomorrow lorning. Across coastal parts of the region,

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it is likely to linger. This will have an impact on the temperatures.

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The inland, any sunshine brdaking out will allow temperatures to climb

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to 15 Celsius, I have even higher. The winds are light and varhable

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wind. `` perhaps even higher. Fine for the afternoon but the chance of

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mist me linger around the coast Beyond that, a week weather front

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heading south. That will introduce more cloud and it will generally be

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a bit cooler over the weekend. Essentially, the weather is fairly

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settled. Friday is a warm d`y. A bit more cloud and cooler by Saturday.

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Sunshine coming in for Sund`y but wait a breeze so we should be free

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of any frost. That will do very nicely. Coming up

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for spring, is it not? Was Lax Alexis weather. Goodbye. `` Ilex

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this weather. 'Small businesses are very important

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to the whole country.' Without small businesses

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on the high street, it would close the heart

:26:52.:26:53.

of the towns and villages. The first time for 100...

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over 130 years since we've been here, we are expanding

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and we've bought another shop, 'Whether you are

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a small or a large business, 'things have been

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extremely difficult.' due to the fact that people come in

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more regularly. 'We'll hopefully be able

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to employ some more stylists. 'We're feeling really optimistic

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about the future.'

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