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That's all from the BBC News at Six - on BBC One we now join

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On the trains, billions of pounds for better rail services. On the

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plains, a doubling of easyJdt passengers from Luton.

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We will be here later in thd programme. Free school dinndrs for

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4`7 `year`olds will be dishdd up from September but will the schools

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be ready? Peterborough Unitdd win their first ever National Trophy.

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First tonight, billions of pounds for our railways and a doubling in

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size of easyJet in Luton. Two major announcements today which promise a

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new era for rail passengers, growth for the region and thousands of new

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jobs. On the railways, more than ?2 billion is being spent in the next

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five years overhauling servhces in the East. In Luton, easyJet want to

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increase their passenger nulbers to nine million a year, creating around

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2,500 jobs. We'll hear more from Luton in a moment, but first Mike

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Cartwright reports from King's Cross where work is already under way to

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link Cambridge and Peterborough to the South Coast. A stretch of new

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track less than a kilometre long, but a massive improvement, Network

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Rail say, to travelling by train in and out of our region. A tunnel

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underneath London connecting east to south. That way is Peterborough and

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Cambridge, this way Gatwick and Brighton. A nonstop journey, a whole

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new route, a trains an hour which could carry 10 million passdngers a

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year. This cost 28 million, announced today 2.2 billion more to

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improve the network it will connect to. Less crowded carriages, trains

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arriving and leaving on timd. There are no guarantees and there will be

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no flash of lightning and stddenly everything will be better, this is

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about incremental improvements making journeys more reliable and

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slightly faster, and about lore and more trains. Already in the last

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five years another 30 million journeys have been made. Better

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service for commuters is to be welcomed, say rail campaigndrs, but

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lower train fares is what is needed. We want to focus shifting to value

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for money for the passenger and not just value for money for thd

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Treasury. We are very concerned about high `` how high the train

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fares are. Train fares was what most people wanted to talk about today.

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They are very expensive. People cannot afford to get to where the

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jobs are, and definitely tr`in fares should come down. The toilets are in

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a state. Everyday facilities rather than more trains. Worked here will

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finish within months but it won t open until rolling stock arrives in

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four years. The east coast connected to the south coast, nonstop. So

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along with new links to the south coast, what other improvements will

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passengers see in the next five years? Debbie Tubby has the details.

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In future, more tracks like these will be replaced with new ones,

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while we sleep and without closing lines. As passenger numbers grow

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faster in the east than anywhere else in Britain, more improvements

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are needed and they are on the way. I want to see more but it ddpends on

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government funding and what the economy is doing. You have to invest

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to make the economy better. To relieve congestion on the wdst

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Anglia line, this junction will be rebuilt. The cross`country route

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from Felixstowe via Peterborough to Birmingham will continue to be

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upgraded, taking freight off the roads and relieving congesthon. 850

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miles of railway is to be electrified, including the Lidland

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mainline from Bedford to Shdffield. As part of the project, a ndw

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electrified railway will connect Oxford with Bedford and Milton

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Keynes. Of the ?38 billion spent on Britain's railways, only 2.2 billion

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will be spent in the east, so is our region being short`changed? East

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Anglia probably needs a gre`ter proportion of investment in order to

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bring it up than other parts of the country, and so far I think we are

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seeing that the north and inevitably the south`east have been

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prioritised. Network Rail s`ys these improvements will make a re`l

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difference to people's lives and boost the economy but there is no

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specific timetable. They all just have to be completed in the next

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five years. Let's go to Luton now and e`syJet's

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plans to more double its size. It's part of a 10`year deal it's signed

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with the airport. The expansion would see passenger numbers go from

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four million to nine million a year with more frequent flights `nd new

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business and holiday routes. Emma Baugh reports.

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The start of a new era ` more planned flights, more planes, more

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passengers. Business possibly doubling over the next decade. We

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are going to be growing arotnd 0% next year, so probably adding around

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three aircraft in 2015, and then we are going to continue to grow,

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depending on when the plannhng and the terminal expansion takes place,

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then we will phase our growth up to that but we have an opportunity to

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double our size here which hs great news for the community and for jobs.

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EasyJet first started flying from here back in 1995 with just one

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aircraft. Now it is the largest operator here at Luton with 15

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planes. At the moment around 70 000 people a week travel with e`syJet

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through here. Today they ard going to Amsterdam, Malaga and Nice. There

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will be new destinations but so far they haven't been decided on.

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Managers say the expansion would improve the inside of the ahrport

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and give more runway capacity, but could also create another 2,500

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jobs. It's enormously important both for the airport and for the

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region, more importantly, more broadly than that. It is a full

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range of jobs both on`site, so people that work directly for the

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airline for example in cabin crew or whatever it may be, but also

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off`site in the towns around Luton and places like hotels and

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restaurants. Everyone gains from this. Not everyone is happy. A

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campaign group has been fighting expansion for three years, saying it

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could destroy a way of life. This is an airport right next to a city

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right next to rural villages so local people don't want mord

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aircraft noise. Secondly, in the context of the last winter, we don't

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really want to be moving towards more emissions and more clilate

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change, and aviation is one of the biggest growing sources of carbon

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emissions. The airport says it is ready for work to begin. It is

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waiting on the Government to give the final go`ahead.

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So we've heard about new jobs for Luton, but how will more flhghts and

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improved rail services bring growth to the region? Mike Cartwright has

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travelled up the line from King s Cross and joins us now at St Neots

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station. Behind me is Peterborough and the north, that way is London

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and the south. In four years you will be able to jump on a train

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anywhere on this line and not have to get off until you reach places

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like Gatwick and Brighton and that is because of the tunnel behng belt.

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It is good for businesses, four companies it means they can recruit

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further afield, perhaps workers with specialist skills, they will be able

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to reach customers and develop more and better links. In theory more

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companies will be attracted here and that means more jobs. As for Luton,

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it means more passengers, more businessmen and women coming to this

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region, it means more peopld and more money here. What are the

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downsides? We have heard about this ?2.2 billion figure, it sounds like

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a lot of money but it is not as much as other regions are getting to

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improve their railways. We have heard from campaigners saying that

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no matter what happens the ticket fares will stay high. A lot of other

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people are saying that in this part of the world more people drhve than

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take the railway, so let's fix the congested roads here instead. Thank

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you. Onto other news now and the trial

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has begun of five men accusdd of sexually exploiting vulnerable

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teenage girls. The offences are alleged to have happened in

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Peterborough between 2008 and 2 13. One man ` Yasir Ali ` faces six

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counts of rape. Louise Hubb`ll was in court. Arriving at court this

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morning, Muhammad as lamb wdaring black with James Daley and two other

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men, they are accused of a series of sexual offenders. The QC told the

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jury this was a case of delhberate sexual exploitation of young,

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vulnerable white girls by a group of older Asian men. She said the

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principal offender was 28`ydar`old Yasir Ali, known to some of the

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girls as Mr Night. Girls were targeted on social networking sites,

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collected from near their homes and it is alleged they were driven,

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given a lot of alcohol and taken to secluded spots in the city or

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hotels. The five men face a total of 28 counts, including trafficking for

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sexual exploitation and rapd. The eight girls they are alleged to have

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abused were aged between 13 and 16. The court heard the girls wdre

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driven around in flash cars and thought the men wanted loving

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relationships. In reality, the court was told they were used for sex and

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passed around. Some of the `buse is alleged to have happened at this

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Peterborough hotel. The jurx was warned they would be shown lobile

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phone footage of degrading `cts The men deny all the charges.

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The death of a woman at the Yarl's Wood Immigration centre in

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Bedfordshire has been raised in the House of Commons. Police ard

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investigating the case. It's not thought to be suspicious but brings

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up concerns about safety at the centre. Our Home Affairs

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Correspondent joins us in the studio. Sally, what more do you know

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about the woman who died and the circumstances? The woman was 40 and

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thought to have been from J`maica. She has not been named, I understand

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she lived in the UK for manx years and have been at the centre for just

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ten days when she collapsed after complaining of feeling unwell. Her

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death has prompted questions questions in Parliament tod`y. There

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are unconfirmed reports that the detainee was initially denidd

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medical assistance. Can he `ssure the House that all of those reports

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are being fully looked at as part of the police and wider investhgation?

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He will also be aware that there are reports that Yarl's Wood had turned

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down offers of help from thd local NHS for other women detaineds who

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were distressed after witnessing the death. Mr broken Shire said it was

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wrong to speculate at this stage, and the investigation was going on.

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The detention centres say they are robust in their procedure tonight

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and the woman had been reached in just three minutes. Paramedhcs and

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an air ambulance were called immediately. The timeline of events,

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everything around this, the health care provision will come under the

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scrutiny of those investigations which will be very thorough. This is

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the latest in a number of ddaths in detention and again, questions are

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raised about the welfare of detainees. I'm told that relatives

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of the dead woman have this afternoon spent three hours with the

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manager at Yarl's Wood centre seeking answers from him.

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Council tax payers are set to pick up a bill for ?30 million bdcause

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plans for a waste incinerator in Kings Lynn have been scrappdd. A

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political row is now brewing over who is to blame. Kim Riley reports.

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It was a scheme aimed at stdmming the flow of waste into landfill and

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saving money. A projected ?250 million over 25 years compared to

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the costs of piling rubbish into the ground. But it run into stiff local

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opposition. A vote organised by west Norfolk Council found 65,000 people

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in the area opposed to the scheme. Local Conservatives were at odds

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with colleagues who decided to push ahead with the project. A ptblic

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inquiry was held and the pl`nning inspector's recommendation was then

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passed on to the communities secretary, Eric Pickles. Thd

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economics of the whole projdct have been thrown into chaos by the

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withdrawal of the Government grant last November. Now councillors have

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been urged to bite the bulldt and terminate the contract. It could

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cost Norfolk taxpayers ?30 lillion but further delay could send those

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costs rocketing. The Cabinet will vote on the recommendations next

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Monday. The company hoping to build four

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wind turbines close to a National Trust property in Northamptonshire

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has withdrawn its plans aftdr a seven`year battle with camp`igners.

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West Coast Energy lost a landmark decision by the courts last year to

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build a wind farm near the historic Lyveden New Bield. The comp`ny were

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appealing the decision but have now dropped their case. The land is

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owned by the Duke of Gloucester and the plans were heavily opposed by

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heritage groups and local pdople. The firm's decision to abandon the

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project means a seven`year battle by campaigners has now come to an end.

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That is it from me for now, I will hand you over to Stuart and Susie.

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Still to come tonight: the race against time to provide a free

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school meal for children in our region.

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Plus, for Posh fans, it's a day out to remember at Wembley stadhum.

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The European election campahgn kicked off today with the UK

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Independence Party launching its manifesto for this region. Polling

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day is eight weeks away on Lay 2nd. It will be the last big test of

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public opinion before next xear s general election. So plenty at

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stake. Here's Andrew Sinclahr. It's never top of people's concerns

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but whether we like it or not Europe plays a large part in our lhves

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There is of course the free market which allows us and anyone dlse

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within the EU to work and travel wherever we like. Hundreds of laws

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and regulations come from Etrope. Everything from health and safety to

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how much we pay for mobile phone calls and dozens of infrastructure

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and regeneration projects are funded by the EU. The cost of all this

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Well, it depends how you add it all up but most people accept it's

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around ?50 million a day. And even though we get a lot of that back,

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it's estimated Europe costs every person in this country ?62 ` year.

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Now most of us are in the E`stern region, which is a bit smaller than

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the Look East region. Northamptonshire is part of the East

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Midlands. Milton Keynes is part of the south east. In the eastdrn

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region we have seven euro MPs and last time round we chose three

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Conservatives, two members of UKIP, one Labour and one Lib Dem. And this

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election is done by proporthonal representation which means smaller

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parties often do well. And there's one smaller party in partictlar that

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everyone's watching. UKIP is feeling very confiddnt. It

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hired a big hall in Norwich to put its candidates on display and said

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it would be disappointed if it didn't come first and get 30% of the

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vote. A video argued the case for taking Britain out of Europd and

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restricting immigration. Thd party knows these things can only be

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decided by Westminster, not Brussels, but it believes a vote for

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them can still bring about change. UKIP is getting such a tide of

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public opinion on its side `bout tidying up the immigration system

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that either the established parties of Government will have to do

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something in response or people are going to keep switching to TKIP and

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keep switching to UKIP. Your message seems to be vote for us and we'll

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force other parties to change their policies. Well, look, vote for us.

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If you vote for us in big enough numbers, in a democracy, thdn we

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will get elected and then wd'll be able to do something directly. The

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party has been holding meethngs across the region and they have been

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well attended. Its support `ppears to be coming from people in their

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late 40s and early 50s, manx former Tory voters. But there are `lso a

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lot of people who have just had enough of the mainstream parties.

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They haven't had a pay rise above inflation for some years and they

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are fed up with the Governmdnt's austerity policies and that is quite

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clear. They're not too sure that Labour has an alternative so they

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are looking for a third opthon. UKIP won two seats last time round but

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one of their MEPs defected to the Conservatives shortly afterwards,

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leaving Norfolk farmer Stew`rt Agnew to be the party's sole

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representative for the East. A lot of care has gone into selecting this

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year's candidates. Patrick O'Flynn is a former political journ`list.

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Tim Aker used to be with thd Taxpayers Alliance. The othdr

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parties admit that UKIP is `n effective pressure group but they

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say it doesn't have the presence of Westminster or the numbers hn Europe

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to deliver on any of its promises. UKIP's answer ` just wait and see.

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Let me just leave you with this opinion poll done the other week

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here in the east asking people who intend to vote in the Europdan

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elections who they'll vote for. UKIP well ahead. We'll be doing lore on

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the other parties in this c`mpaign in the days and weeks to cole.

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Some of the region's schools are saying they will struggle to meet

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the Government's target of providing a free lunch to all young children.

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The plan is to give all puphls aged between four and seven a hot meal.

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It's supposed to start in Sdptember but some schools say they don't have

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the catering facilities to cope and they can't afford to spend loney on

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kitchen equipment. This report from Alex Dolan.

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Lunch is served at this inf`nt School in Norfolk. Today, only 00

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pupils will receive a hot ltnch but by September this number will be

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more than double. It's part of a ?1 billion scheme being introdtced by

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the Government to ensure all four to seven`year`olds get a free school

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lunch. The challenges are gdtting everybody through in the tile and

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space available. We've got `n hour and a quarter and we've got 266

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children to feed. So that is a huge problem with us having enough

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capacity in the kitchen, enough staff, all those things are really,

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really problematic. In Essex, less than 5% of schools have adepuate

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facilities. At Saint Peter's Catholic Primary School, thdy don't

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even have a kitchen. We've got 20 children in the school and out of

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420 children, all of them bring packed lunches. They have bden

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bringing packed lunches for several years since the kitchen was shut

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down. And a lot of time and effort has been put in to making those

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packed lunches healthy, bal`nced and effective in what they are hntended

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to do. Jesus fed the 5000. H don't think we'll be doing it. We may need

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him to come along and give ts a hand. We contacted councils across

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the region and found a mixed picture. Cambridgeshire is getting

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1.4 million from the Governlent but any additional funding will have to

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be met by individual schools. In Hertfordshire, the County Council

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admits a number of schools will require additional equipment while

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in Bedfordshire some may have to buy in meals from other schools. The

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Government has put up from ?150 million up for improvements that can

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be made for schools. Essex hs getting over ?3 million of that

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which means it is one of thd very biggest recipients of funding to

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improve facilities. Back at this infant school, they are apprehensive

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about the changes and think their money may have been better spent

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elsewhere, but they plan to make it work.

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Now it's that old bus thing for football clubs in Cambridgeshire.

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They don't win anything at Wembley for years then they do it two weeks

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in a row. A week ago it was Cambridge United in the FA Trophy.

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Yesterday, Peterborough United. Posh are managed by Darren Ferguson,

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the son of Sir Alex. They bdat Chesterfield 3`1 in the fin`l of the

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Johnstone's Paint Trophy. Otr sports editor Jonathan Park was thdre.

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The Johnstone's Paint Trophx might be unfashionable, but for 34,00

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Peterborough and Chesterfield fans it was well worth the journdy. Days

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like today, form goes out the window. The fact that we ard

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inconsistent is completely irrelevant today. It's a ond`day...

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It's a 90`minute season for us. ?? WHITE It's Mother's Day tod`y, isn't

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it? It is Mother's Day. And what a treat. What better place to be? Look

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at the weather. It's gorgeots. No matter what level you play `t, your

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dream as as a young boy, yot want to be at Wembley in any capacity. 4

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years after their last trip to Wembley, Posh started as cldar

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favourites ` League One agahnst League Two. With two former Wolves

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team`mates in charge it was Ferguson's team who tore out of the

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blocks in a game that featured four goals, one penalty and a red card.

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Over to the far side. Shot hnitially saved and then the rebound turned in

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and Posh take the lead. Into the box. A chance to cross

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Heads towards the back post and it's over the bar.

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Horrible miss by Morsy. Posh prepare to take this corner

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from the right, in towards... The header! 2`0, Posh.

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He might go all the way. On his left foot. Gets the ball over and

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Chesterfield pull one back. Morsy made it.

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A little flare`up there. A red card for Newell. Newell and Morsx

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clashed. A chance to get into the box. Up

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against Roberts. Penalty surely It is. Assombalonga scores!

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Tommy Rowe has it in his hands and he lifts the Football Leagud trophy.

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No matter what happens in otr careers, no one is going to take

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this away from us. It's set in stone. It's the FA Cup for the two

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lower leagues and we took it as serious as anything else. One great

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thing, we've never lost at Wembley. Back here again at the end of May?

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Yeah, hopefully, yeah, that would be the big one. I think if we come back

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in the play`offs we could h`ve 25,000 year for sure. So th`t's very

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exciting. It's there, you know, so I'd love for most of them to come on

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Wednesday night but, you know, it's only a fiver. If you have a ticket

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from here, come. So, unbeat`ble at Wembley, Posh have their first ever

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national trophy and it feels good. If you've just joined us, the

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breaking news story tonight is the effective cancellation of the waste

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incinerator planned for King's Lynn. Andrew Sinclair was at this

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afternoon's briefing. It has been divisive. Yes, the problem was that

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the then Conservative run council refused to take notice of a

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referendum were 92% of Abel said no. `` people. This is our victory for a

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localism. MPs have repeatedly said that if the council pulls ott of

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this scheme it will find a way to make up the money. Now they have to

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deliver on that. If they do not ?8 million of savings will be felt in

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Norfolk. I am told that Labour strategists are thinking of naming

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some of those cuts after local MPs. Now, though weather.

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The highest temperature of the year so far year. Many other inl`nd

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places not far kind. Very w`rm for the time of year. The only `ccept

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pack stomach `` exception w`s around the coast. Heavy showers around East

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although most of those have cleared. Later we will see some showdry rain

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in the West but are largely dry night for many of us. Some list and

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fog developing. We could sed as low as four degrees. It should stay

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frost free. We are between two weather systems tomorrow. Any mist

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and fog should clear for most of us and it should be mostly dry with

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some brightness and sunshind coming through. Highest temperaturds

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inland. They could get highdr than these, up to about 18. But ht will

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be called at the coast. We could see a little bit of mist and fog

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drifting onshore. We finishdd the day largely dry give or takd some I

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slated showers. Wednesday looks largely dry giver take some showers

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but breezy. A bit of a? For Thursday and Friday. As it stands, Thursday

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looks to start dry and Frid`y wet. That's it from us. Good night.

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