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Hello and welcome to Tuesdax's programme. Coming up on Look East

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tonight. A ?1 billion investment, but do the sums really add tp?

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Cambridge's City Deal Status is called into question. We have said,

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is it the real deal, or is ht a raw deal? Unfortunately we think it is

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the latter. Branded a shambles. The controversial solar park for

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Peterborough, back under review And later we hear how smartphonds can

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lead to smart homes, keeping your bills down by remote. And it's no

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joke. The storks set to makd a very special delivery.

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Hello. It was unveiled in the budget as the best thing for Cambrhdge

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City Deal status, that came with a ?1 billion funding tag. But now that

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the Government fanfare has died down, questions are being asked

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about what the deal is actu`lly worth, and how much impact the extra

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cash will have. So let's just take another look at the figures. City

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Deal status could be worth ?1 billion to the county. That's a

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grant of ?500 million from the Government with the local

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authorities expected to match it. But only the first ?100 million of

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Government money is guarantded. The last two chunks of ?200 million are

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due in 2019 and 2024, and those are subject to agreement. The money

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would be spent on roads, public transport and cycling links. But

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John Bridge, the chief execttive of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of

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Commerce, says it will achidve very little. We'll hear from him and the

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local MP in a moment. But fhrst this report from Ian Barmer. The City

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Deal for Cambridge was deemdd so important, the Chancellor announced

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it in his budget speech last week. Hundreds of millions of pounds for a

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city that just keeps on growing Now, the Cambridgeshire Chalbers of

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commerce says it is inadequ`te and only papers over the cracks. We have

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said, is it a real deal, or a raw deal? We think it is the latter Now

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they have come up with this answer to solve all the problems, which the

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business community feels is inadequate, and what we havd is ?100

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million in the first five ydars to deal with the deficit that was

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previously estimated to be `t least ?5 billion. Surprised, becatse the

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views of John Bridges do not accord with what I hear from the btsiness

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community, and we have negotiated this deal with business leaders in

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Cambridge. Is it enough? I think it is, I think it is enough. Over the

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period of 15 years we are t`lking about, we have sequenced capital

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investment. We believe it is plenty. It is delegates like the Calbridge

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biomedical campus that highlight how quickly the city is growing.

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Eventually, 17,000 people whll work here. The population of Cambridge is

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expected to rise by 30% in the next 20 years. And companies likd Vet CT

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have been drawn to Cambridgd for its reputation as a high`technology

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centre. They interpret scans for veterinary medicine. We got there

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was a buzz around science and technology. There is a good and the

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structure for growing busindsses. We have all the contacts that we need,

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we have every support service we could wish for. And it is jtst a

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good place to be growing a business. But the growth of Cambridge has

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brought problems, congestion in the city and on the A14 modern not

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enough affordable housing. Ht is this that the City Deal is supposed

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to address. You would expect the greater Cambridge to be a rdgion of

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500,000 people and the Government invest in infrastructure to make it

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easier to come here, to get from here to elsewhere, we reinforce that

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position of Stansted airport, all of those things will contributd to this

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area growing like we have sden of late. The City Deal guarantdes 00

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and million pounds, up to a possible ?1 billion. Inner`city growhng as

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fast as Cambridge, every potnd will be welcome `` in a city.

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We heard from John Bridge in that report. He joins us now, as does

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Julian Huppert, the Lib Dem MP for Cambridge. You could be acctsed of

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being a little ungratefully, Mr Bridge. I think we all to bd as

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realistic about the situation, and not have it misrepresented. We have

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had years of underfunding in terms of infrastructure, in relathon to

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roads in Cambridge. It has not match the economic growth we have had and

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we feel that the Government has not understood how it needs to hnvest in

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success. The problem we now have... You are not investing in success, Mr

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Huppert. Historically, therd has been massive underinvestment, but

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that is being rectified. Thd City Deal, ?1 billion in total for that,

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is on top of ?1.5 billion on the new A14, and I fought very hard to make

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sure that was not a toll ro`d, and we have the new signs marked with

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this new railway station, and a ?2.2 billion in basement in railways

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improving links to London and Norwich, and the much wanted East`

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West rail link, as well. It is a huge package coming together, money

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for cycling, to fix potholes on the roads, although that should be put

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together. A long list of plts points. Why are you not happy with

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that, Mr Bridge? What we have to understand is that we are ddaling

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with the problem that peopld live with everyday. And, in respdct the

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City Deal, it is not going far enough to deal with the problems we

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have. Julian Mentioned the @14 but no final decision will be m`de on

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investment on that until February 2016, at the earliest, and what we

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get, as as we are running towards elections, is high`level

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announcements with big figures that are going to be invested, btt what I

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would like to know is exactly what they are going to do, when they are

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going to do it, and how much it is going to cost. Let me put that to

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Julian Huppert. It is an impressive wish list. When and can you deliver?

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It is more than a wish list. We are seeing so much infrastructure coming

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to Cambridge, and being built over the next few years. We'll sde work

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on the new station, the work on the A14 take some time to get rhght but

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it is going to happen. Cambridgeshire has had the lowest

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funded schools in the country for many years. We're getting an extra

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?20 million to correct some of that problem. There is money flowing into

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Cambridgeshire. I will conthnue to campaign for more on the thhngs I

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would love us to be able to do around Cambridge. We have to be

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grateful for what we have, `s well as looking forward. You havd to be

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grateful, Mr Bridge, that is what Julian Huppert says. People living

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in Luton might be glad of this money. We have to understand what is

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going to happen on the ground. We needed to overcome the challenges we

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have got with infrastructurd. Cambridge is growing `` grotnding to

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all, they are building more houses, which are necessary, but nobody is

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developing a proper trip tr`nsport infrastructure plan, that'll be in

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place to ensure that we do not destroy the quality of life and the

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current success we have got. Can you guarantee that you will not destroy

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the success that Cambridge has achieved so far? That is thd point

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of the City Deal, to make stre that Cambridge can develop. We h`ve a

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North`South cycle route being built, we have and you really stathon to

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make travel easier, new park bus routes, that is exactly what this is

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about. We want Cambridge thd lead is accessible, and that is why we are

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investing so much. `` we want Cambridge to be.

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They've been nearly two years in the planning and have already cost more

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than ?2 million, but today plans for three controversial solar f`rms in

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Peterborough are back under review. Tonight the local MP branded the

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project a shambles. Emma Batgh reports. One way to help

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cash`strapped councils make millions. Farming sunshine hnstead

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of crops. In the farmland around Peterborough, plans for one of the

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biggest sizing Europe. So f`r, not one panel has been laid. Thhs is the

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estate where it is planned to build one of the farms on a area spanning

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500 acres. People living locally thought it might have been built by

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now, but as you can see, th`t is not the case. Plans for solar f`rms were

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unveiled by the city council in September, 2012 stop last Jtne,

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hundreds protested about thd plans. In November, archaeologists were

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brought in to check the sitds, and now a working party has been set up

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to look again at the impact of the plans. This man's family has farmed

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here for over a century. He has opposed the plans from the

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beginning. He will lose somd of his land, if it goes ahead. He welcomes

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the working group review. You could say that the battle has been won,

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but not the war, but I think that it is nice that everyone, not just us,

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but that unity is behind us, `` the community is behind us, and we are

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showing what people power c`n do. The council says that the solar

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farms 's would generate hugd amounts of electricity and income for it to

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maintain services for everyone but it says it is a major decishon, and

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they want to give people a full opportunity to have their s`y. The

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police are appealing for witnesses after a lorry driver was attacked in

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a lay`by in Cambridgeshire this morning. The man had parked up off

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Sutton Road in Haddenham, ndar Ely, and was getting out of his cab when

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he was stabbed. He's being treated at Addenbrooke's Hospital. But his

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injuries are not thought to be life`threatening. Council workers in

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Milton Keynes say a 1% pay offer is not high enough ` as some are

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struggling to make ends meet. Unions protested about low pay outside the

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council offices today. They say the salary of the chief executive ` more

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than ?150,000 ` is disproportionately high. Thd

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University of Cambridge Resdarch Centre has bought rare photographic

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negatives from Captain Robert Scott's doomed Antarctic expedition.

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It means the negatives won't have to be sold at auction. The Scott Polar

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Research Institute spent ?275,0 0 on the 113 negatives.

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Blythburgh in Suffolk from flooding. Nearly ?1.5 million will be spent

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building huge banks to protect the road

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the 113 negatives. Those ard the top stories tonight. Now it is over to

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Stuart and Susie for the rest of the programme.

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estuary. The best way to cut energy bills is

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to cut energy use. But that is not always easy to do. Imagine hf you

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could set differed temperattres in your house and control your heating

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and lighting remotely through your mobile phone. Some families in

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Milton Keynes are doing just that, testing the new technology for the

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energy company E`on. And as Lousie Hubball reports they're nothcing the

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difference. Could the next big thing be a smart home? You can opdrate

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most of the electrical devices in this home when you're not even here,

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to save time and money. This radiator as controls which can be

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set for each room from your mobile, costing about ?300. All prices are

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based on a three`bedroom hotse. Light bulbs can be switched on and

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off from your mobile. ?100. And smart plug that show you how much

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energy each appliance is ushng. ?144. The home is part of a trial

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between Milton Keynes Counchl and the energy company yon. The

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experiment has been extended. The owner Jason is testing which gadgets

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work best. He finds this handy for switching off lights when hhs

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teenage daughters forget. Do you think it has said Duminy? Qtite a

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bit. I now have the resourcds to look at it easily instead of waiting

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for a bill. Do you have any idea how much it may have saved? On `verage

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about ten or 15% per month. Much of this technology is so new that you

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cannot buy it but how long would it take for a family to save that money

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on their bills? It depends on an individual house. We found from the

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trial that people are either been very energy efficient already and

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some people less so. But thd efforts test on whether a smart homd could

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become as common as a smartphone depends on whether you would be

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willing to spend up to ?600 on new technology to try to bring down your

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bills. Now the experts tell us that most of

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us eat too much sugar. The health advice comes at an interesthng time

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for British Sugar, who have been told they can produce more of the

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white stuff in the years to come. Tonight Jo Taylor has the fhrst of

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two special reports looking at the impact sugar is having on the

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region. Sugar beet is big btsiness in the East. Thousands of lorries

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deliver this unremarkable looking vegetable from farms all ovdr the

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region where it is turned into the tiny sweet granules we love to eat.

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On this farm near Waterbeach William Martin is planting the new crop We

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shall be putting sugar beet seeds in the ground here tomorrow. Whlliam

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relies on the crop to keep his business going. Sugar is a really

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important crop for us in thd Eastern region. We produce three qu`rters of

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it here. There is the assochated machinery and everything else.

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British Sugar takes the beet from the farmers. Seven million tonnes of

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it is sent to four factories, three of them in our region, and turned

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into not just sugar, but anhmal feed and even bioethanol and electricity.

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British Sugar is the sole processor of sugar beet in the countrx. There

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are 2,500 vehicle movements every day. And 13,000 jobs are supported.

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And it looks to get even bigger They are investing hundreds of

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millions of pounds ready for when production restrictions are lifted

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in 2017. EU quotas were introduced in 2006 to control supply and

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encourage importing of sugar from countries such as Brazil, B`rbados,

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and Kenya. But now they are being lifted to help Britain's food and

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drink industry. We can prob`bly get more sugar through our factories. So

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if we can be a larger busindss there's opportunity for job growth.

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But farmers say there's still a chance the opportunity could turn

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sour for them. What we have really enjoyed as sugar beet growers in the

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past has been the reliability and consistency of the crop. Th`t's not

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going to be quite the same. But our love affair with all things sweet

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shows no sign of abating. So this big business in the East looks set

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to get even bigger in the ftture. And tomorrow will we will bd

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following one woman told to lose weight by her doctor and finding out

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what help she needs to help beat her sugar addiction.

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It's 50 years since the Sam`ritans started offering their servhce in

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Norwich. Since then the charity has been available 24 hours a d`y seven

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days a week. Earlier this afternoon Director David Saunders camd in to

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the studio. 50 years is a long time to be open.

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I'm proud to say that the S`maritans in Norwich has never closed in that

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time. Every day and night wd have remained open. Have the nattre of

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the callers changed? Not re`lly People still call us with shmilar

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issues of loneliness, relathonships, debt and unemployment. And of course

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people who are feeling suichdal So those things have not changdd.

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Perhaps the biggest change hn callers have been those people with

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mental health issues and we have seen an increase in those c`llers in

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the past two or three years. That is to do with the change in thd

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funding? It could very well be, I do not know. And it opened you had some

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350 people contact you. What is it now? Last year we had 56,000

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contacts in Norwich alone which is quite extraordinary. And thdy

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contact you in different waxs? Indeed. To begin with it was

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face`to`face callers and thd odd phone call. Now the majoritx call us

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on the phone but recently wd have also introduced an e`mail sdrvice

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and even more recently at tdxt service which appeals of cotrse to

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young people. Do you ever wonder what would happen if the Salaritans

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were not there? I think there would be a lot more people who ard

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distressed. I think there would be a lot more ending their own lhfe. We

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give people the chance to t`lk about their peeling `` their feelhngs

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including those which could lead to suicide. What you're not trxing to

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do is to give people answers. Just trying to listen. That is what we

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do. We do not give advice, we do not judge them or tell them all about

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us. They're just there to lhsten to the callers and give them some time

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to talk to us. Onto sport now and English cricket

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hasn't really had the best of winters. A whitewash in Australia,

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not to mention their World T20 exit, which left fans a little miserable.

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But the County championship gets under way this month, with plenty of

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optimism for Essex. They have the England captain back, as well as

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some up and coming young st`rs for their season opener with Derbyshire.

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The clocks have gone forward, the grass has been cut. Even thd sun has

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made an appearance. British Summer time is on its way. And with it the

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Cricket season. In Essex, the England captain Alastair Cook is

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back with his Club side, after a turbulent and exhausting tile

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leading England in Australi`. And he will pull on the Essex Whitds this

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summer. It is always an exchting time and the way that the

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international schedule is the first month of the season a lot of the

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guys will have a lot of domdstic matches. But before long he'll be

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off to face Sri Lanka and india And the spotlight was back on hhm today

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to discuss the future of English cricket. It has been an incredibly

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tough winter. We have not m`de very well and things have come crashing

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down pretty quickly. We are at the start of a new era now that the

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whole winter has gone. The dust has not quite settled. But we h`ve two

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now start to regroup. Essex is more than just one man, though. @ blend

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of youth and experience are being tasked with returning to thd top

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flight of domestic Cricket `fter missing out last season. Thdre is a

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real focus within the group at the moment, everyone is really positive.

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We want to get up and play Division 1 cricket in 2015. Tymal Mills is

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tipped for a big England future He can bowl at more than 95 miles per

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hour. But taking wickets for Essex is the best way to earn a c`ll`up.

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To be in that first Essex tdam against Derbyshire and to bd taking

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wickets is as far as I'm looking at the moment. I have done old as well

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as I would have liked over the last couple of years so this is ` big

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year for me in that respect. They've got English pace, they've got

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English spin. But they won't want English luck if they're to darn

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promotion. If you go in search of sunshine on

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your holiday there is a good chance that you have seen a stalk nesting.

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That is rare in this countrx. But it is happening at a wildlife park in

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Norfolk. The birds are nesthng on top of Thrigby Hall which is also

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part of a zoo. It's now hopdd the pair will breed successfullx here in

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Norfolk. And if they do it will be the first time in the UK for

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hundreds of years. Today we are at the zoo for something more tnusual.

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Red pointed beaks. A wingsp`n of almost two metres. These ard white

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stalks will have picked these 18th`century chimneys for their new

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nest. White stalks are long`distance migrating birds spending winter in

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warmer climes as far away as South Africa. So having them here is

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extremely rare and if they do breed, it is believed to be the first time

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in this country in almost 600 years. It is extremely unusual to have them

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nesting in the wild which they effectively are. Several ye`rs ago

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we tried to establish a pair of breeding stalks here and made a nest

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for them but this breeding pair chose to ignore what we had offered

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them and shows one of the chimney stacks. Up to ten white stalks

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originally bred in captivitx live in the gardens. A rich supply of food

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means they have plenty to e`t. We provide chopped fish and dax`old

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chicks which they like and chopped up mince. Then in the neighbouring

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area they find frogs and insect If the birds do breed, in just a few

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months young stalks could bd hatching. It is likely about the

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office bring will also stay here and make this their home. `` thd

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offspring. Quite a sight. What a lovely day it has bedn today.

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We recorded some impressive temperatures for the first day of

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April. We have this warmer `ir that has come in from the contindnt. But

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it has had a drawback as it has been accompanied by a high level of air

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pollution. This map shows jtst how badly affected our region w`s

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today. Not as many counties affected tomorrow and by Thursday thdre is a

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real improvement. Looking at the detail for tonight, there is more

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cloud around and some clear spells overnight. Perhaps some mist patches

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forming. And just the risk of some showers in western counties by the

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end of the night. But it is not going to be particularly cold. The

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kick`off tomorrow with some cloud around but it is a pretty fhne day

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with low pressure to the sotth`west. We should see plenty of sunshine

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through tomorrow, feeling qtite warm in the sunshine. It is diffhcult to

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predict where it will stay cloudy and where we see those breaks. But

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where we do we could reach 09 Celsius. A bit more of a brdeze

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still coming through. In thd south`east. There are some showers

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around tomorrow but they should not reach us until the end of the night.

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And they are brought in by that cold front which introduces some slightly

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cooler air and a change in the weather pattern. Someone settled and

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cooler for the end of the wdek. Quite a lot of cloud around on

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Thursday. The chance of somd showers by Friday but also some dridr

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interludes. And a cloudy st`rt to the weekend with temperaturds

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overnight not too low. That is all from us.

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Have a very good evening. Goodbye. All across the country, millions of

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families are waking up to a Britain in which they find it harder

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