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calls for UN peacekeepers to be sent in. That's all from the BBC

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Hello and welcome. A nine ydar old boy fights for his life aftdr

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falling out of a moving coach on the A47. Tonight: We were expecting them

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to have a good time and comd home safe. On this occasion that did not

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happen. Fed up with footing the bill. Local

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farmers step up the fight against flytipping. And pioneers in the

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treatment of prostate cancer, the surgeons using robots to save lives.

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And running the marathon for and Helen, eight members from one

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family. First the terrifying moment a nine

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year old boy fell from a co`ch travelling West along the A47. He'd

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been playing rugby in a tournament with friends and was travelling back

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to Lincolnshire. Tonight he's in Addenbrooke's hospital with injuries

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described as life threatening. Our reporter Kim Riley sent this report

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from near King's Lynn where the accident happened.

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This is the stretch of the ` 47 where this extremely rare and

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horrific accident happened `t around 345 yesterday afternoon. Thd coach

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was coming from that directhon, from a North Norfolk direction, heading

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on the a 47 towards Peterborough and ultimately to Stanford. The injured

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by's father was on the coach with the boy, his mother apparently

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travelling in a convoy of vdhicles going along with it, too. It is not

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clear quite what she saw thd horrific events that befell her son.

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The double`decker coach abott to be removed from the a 47 after a tragic

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accident in which no other vehicle was involved. The main yourself from

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the main entrance door halfway along the courts, suffering severd head

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injuries. The police confirl that there were 20 children and ten adult

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passengers on board at the time no one else was injured. By's parents

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were among the party from Stanford rugby club. They were on thdir way

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home from playing at the mini rugby tournament at which more th`n 7 0

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children took part. The polhce investigation is underway into how

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the door came open. It has been revealed there was some queteing

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from young people waiting to use the toilet inside the coach. Directly

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next to the door and somehow the door has come open. Any ide`s how

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that happened? At this time it would be pure speculation. But thhs is the

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focus of our enquiries to fhnd out how this happened. The drivdrs we

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have spoken to, we are appe`ling for witnesses and we want to brhng more

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witnesses forward. The boy was originally taken to the Quedn

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Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn and has since been transferred to

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Addenbrooke's Hospital in C`mbridge. The peasants and coaches who better,

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they were devastated when they got back last night. They were visually

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shot. It was an awful experhence for them. `` visually shocked. When we

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send teams out to play in m`tches we expect them to have a good time had

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come home safe. On this occ`sion that did not happen. Hamilton's

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coaches from Rothwell have not commented, but the Confeder`tion of

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passenger transport, the body that represents coach operators say they

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have a fantastic safety record. We are not sure about what happened on

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this particular journey, wh`t I can tell you is that before the driver

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takes any vehicle out of thd depot at interservice number of checks

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undertaken. Looking at the tyres, safety features, seat belts, the

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seats themselves. And also the exit and emergency doors. The police have

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appealed to anyone who witndssed the incident to contact the teal without

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delay. People in the industry say it takes a very physical and still

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about movement to actually open a court store, so this enquirx

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beginning right now will trx and find out how that door opendd and

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why. An extra lane has been created for

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drivers on a section of the M25 through Hertfordshire out of what

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used to be the hard shoulder. The Highways Agency is hoping that by

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opening up the lane between the A1 and A10 junctions there will be

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fewer tailbacks. But those who use the motorway regularly are xet to be

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convinced. They call it a slart motorway, at 8:30am the hard

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shoulder on this eight mile stretch of the M25 was permanently opened to

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traffic. Monitored by the hhghways agency controlled room it is

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designed to add capacity and cut congestion. Emergency refugd areas

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have been built up the mail and a half to cope with breakdowns. Very

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few breakdowns are catastrophic someone stopped there and then in

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the lane. But if they do, drivers can get to the left`hand side if

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they can. And then it is in control rooms like this the operators are

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monitoring, we have equipment monitoring. They will put up the red

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X if the lane is blocked. Those who drive for a living will of course

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welcome anything that will reduce congestion. Drivers of thred star

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coaches are regulars on the M25 and this operation manager says he is

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yet to be convinced. Cable Tel whether these schemes will work We

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come up with these weird and wonderful ideas, traffic schemes

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they have done all over the areas. And have the time you wonder why.

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And what they have done. Hard shoulder running is nothing new in

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this region, it was introduced between junction ten and junction 13

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of the M1. Unlike this stretch of the M1 where hard shoulder running

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is only operational when thdre is congestion or there has been an

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incident, on the M25 it will be operational 24 hours per dax in the

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highways agency says they h`ve further plans for similar schemes on

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other stretches of the M1 and the rest of the motorway network. Not

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almost list we spoke to are convinced. The hard shoulders are

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traditionally for people who are breaking down so they can w`it for

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assistance. It is good, if ht is an empty lane then we should bd able to

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use it. It can cause a lot of accidents. The highways agency

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insists hard shoulder running is safe. A second scheme on thd M2 is

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due to open later this year with other motorways set to follow next

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year. Meanwhile, eight months of roadworks

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begin on the A14 today as p`rt of a government programme to deal with so

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called 'pinch points'. An extra lane is being built in both directions

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between Girton and Histon in Cambridgeshire. There will `lso be

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improvements to slip roads. The work will mainly take place during the

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day with existing lanes narrowed and a 50 mph speed limit. Overnhght lane

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closures are also planned. Two men have been charged whth the

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murder of a teenager in Petdrborough last week. Mohammed Haroon Sanghar

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was attacked in Russell Strdet on Thursday afternoon following an

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incident involving a car. Two men from Bedford appeared in cotrt

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today. ??NEWLIEN Next tonight a crackdown on flytipping, and it s

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the region's farmers who ard behind it. Last year illegal dumping cost

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our councils more than ?2 mhllion. In Northamptonshire there wdre

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almost 11,000 reported cases and a clear up bill of more than ?850 000.

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In Bedfordshire almost 9,000 cases. In Cambridgeshire, another 7,00 .

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And you can see the cost to the taxpayer is significant. But when

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rubbish is dumped on privatd farmland it's farmer that foots the

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bill. Our reporter Louise Htbball is on a farm in Cambridgeshire.

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Please. On the edge of this farm all this

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rubbish has been dumped. Thd council has taken away a lot of it because

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it is next to a road but wh`t the farmer is worried about is this mode

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of tarmac, because it is a hazardous substance is worried he will have to

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pick up the cost to have it taken away. And it is a story repdated

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across the region. Unaware he is being filmed, this man dumps a

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mattress at a well`known flx`tipping spot in Cambridge. Moments later, he

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returns to doses in petrol `nd set it alight. People travel for miles

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to dump rubbish on this road in Peterborough. But all too often

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fly`tipping happens on Prim` agricultural land. Come and look at

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some of the stuff we get dulped Few can see we have some wood, trellis,

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all sorts of garden stuff. This is the tip of the iceberg. Ten`nt

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farmer David King is dealt with for loads of waste dumped on his land in

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the past 12 months. Including syringes and asbestos. It h`s cost

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them hundreds of pounds to clean up. The arrogance of coming herd and

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taking it on my land, I find it astounding. It makes me verx cross

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and people have far worse things than we do. There is a farmdr in the

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Midlands at 1000 tyres dumpdd on his farm. It is criminal. It is

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annoying. I have together asked my men to create or myself and you

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never know what you have `` what you are going to find. Two thirds of

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farmers have had weekly is discarded on the land. A recent survex shows

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the cost of removing fly`tipping from agricultural land in the UK was

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nearly ?15 million. And that of course would be mainly farmdrs

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picking up the bill. Our research suggests it is getting worsd and

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there are concerns with council budgets these days that thex do not

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have the resources to investigate and prosecute people who ard

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responsible for this. The NSU wants to remain homeowners that they have

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a duty to ensure their rubbhsh is disposed of correctly by ushng a

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registered carrier and getthng a receipt. Fight tipping carrhes an

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unlimited fine and up to five years in prison. The NFU says that in

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England there is a case of fly`tipping every 44 seconds, and

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what the farmers Stuart is trging you to do if you see a vehicle

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fly`tipping is to get the registration number so you can

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report it. Planes landed at RAF Witterhng this

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morning for the first time hn four years. The base in Cambridgdshire

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was closed for flying after the MoD decommissioned its Harrier squadron.

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But now the runway will be tsed to help train future RAF pilots.

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A welcome return to Whittingham Exact touching down here once again,

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the first to arrive. Five spuadrons will make this airbase near new

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home. Today it is just the small aircraft, but this is a verx big

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moment for this airfield. Once again, Alea twittering is a fine

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base. To have the airfield back is a big step. It brings it back to life.

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The sound of aircraft in thd local airspace. Aircrew updating from

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here. A fully functional tr`ining base for the future. Witterhng,

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Harrier until 2010. This is their final farewell. The doctor `t our

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victim of MoD cuts that saw other bases go, too. Wedding's future is

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more secure now, thanks to this aircraft. Is a change for us but it

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is good, it is the centre of the UK. It is easier for our sins to come

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here and it is native tipping the flying back to the local colmunity.

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We have a long legacy of flhght operations year. Alex is 21, a

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member of the Cambridge University air Squadron. His aim is to become a

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fighter pilot. Being one of the first the students to come to the

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base when there will be the university experts, the is

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astounding. It feels very good. I will be one of the first ye`r. It is

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a big moment for me. Witterhng once again and airfield. Before then the

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Harrier. A fighter jet very much missed here. This aircraft they say

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is vital for the RAF, trainhng pilots for the future.

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The Liberal Democrats are c`lling for three new garden cities to be

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built between Oxford and Calbridge to end a chronic shortage of housing

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in the area. Together they would provide at least 45,000 new homes.

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There are already plans to build one garden city in Ebbsfleet in Kent,

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but the Deputy Prime Ministdr and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg

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says that's not enough. Particularly in that kind of arc of our

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prosperity, rates to the Calbridge where normal people want to live in

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simply can't, or are totallx priced out of the housing market

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altogether. One way of making sure more families can live therd and

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more people work there, it can be done in a successful way, the plan

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is probably superb and citids. Those are the top stories. We will be here

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for an update at 10:25pm. Over to the summer. But at the moment, it is

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not clear at all if it can afford the big spending

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Still to come, another nail`biting weekend of sport, the action from

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the Premier League and the championship. And the relathves who

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made the marathon a family `ffair. A report out today says the NHS is

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not doing enough to encourage new treatments and pay for new

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equipment. Among the good ideas is using robots for surgery for

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prostate cancer. One robot hs being used at Addenbrooke's Hospital in

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Cambridge. But it was bought using money raised by a charity, not from

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Health Service funding. There is the patient. There is the

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surgeon. And then, there is the robot. ?1.4 million`worth of robot,

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to be precise. It helps perform keyhole surgery on patients like

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Victor Wilson. It is not like the old type where it

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takes a long time to recover, because it is open surgery `nd more

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liable to have maybe infecthon. It should be able to more prechse so we

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are hoping with the 3D, he can take pretty much all the cancer `nd we

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can get on with our lives. Addenbrooke's has pioneered the

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largest programme of robotic prostate surgery within the NHS in

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England. Around 1,500 patients so far. But the money for this robot

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and its predecessor came from local fundraisers, not the NHS.

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I feel the NHS should be H `mend this test bed and if the government

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put in place this new technology in a restricted number of centres, we

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would know whether the technology was good straightaway.

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There is plenty of talk abott ground`breaking in the NHS `t the

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moment. The Chief Executive of NHS England said last week that he wants

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more experimentation. And on Friday, in Ipswich, the body's Medical

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Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, opened a new training centre, where

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everything is high`tech, and where robots are used to help mentor

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medical staff. But this report out today, from the Royal College of

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Surgeons, says more action hs needed. Health providers nedd

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incentives to innovate. Patients in England to servd the

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very best care and that is something I feel very passionately about. The

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best care to research, that is the way forward for Cambridge.

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The report has put forward ` string of recommendations. A spokesman for

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NHS England said today that it is keen to study the detail.

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Sport now, and there is so luch to play for up and down the football

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league. Here is Tom. Yes, and the real possibility of

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Norwich and Ipswich swapping places in the top flight. Norwich first.

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Their new manager, Neil Adals, says Saturday's 1`nil defeat at Fulham

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does not mean relegation is a certainty. It is getting dicey

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though. Here is the foot of the table.

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Norwich just two points cle`r of the relegation zone. Four games to play.

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And their run`in is daunting. For many Norwich fans, this was the

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defining game of the season. They had to be there. The pilgrilage

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began early. Seven coach lo`ds left and others did to go by rail. Not

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all were consumed by fear of what might be. Either way, a couple of

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hours to relax before the ndrves kicked him at Craven Cottagd.

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Historically a bogey ground, Norwich have not won at Fulham for `lmost

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three decades and it needed to change. We definitely need to win.

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We will win. If we win, we stay up and if we lose, we go down. In his

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first game in charge, Neal @dams changed half the team, hoping for a

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change in look. The ?8 million signing had ` chance,

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expertly saved. He has played over 20 hours since

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his one and only goal on thd opening day. This player did not farewell

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and Bradley Johnson 's follow up was wasteful. Robert Snodgrass came

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within a whisker but Fulham took the opportunity.

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Robert Snodgrass came closest to drink Norwich level but at

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full`time, they knew the significance of losing `` to bring.

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This decision to sack the m`nager should have happened six months ago

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and we would have had a chance. Did not look much different with the

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other manager. We have got four difficult games coming up. Norwich

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's run is intimidating. Next Sunday, Liverpool, before outgoing champions

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Manchester United. Another title challenge at Chelsea, finishing with

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Arsenal. Fulham felt Norwich were the better side, but no

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consolation, with Norwich Chty facing relegation as a real

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possibility. Four gains to prevent it becoming reality. `` gamds.

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Now, it is just goal differdnce keeping Ipswich out of the

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Championship play`off places. Boss Mick McCarthy is talking up his

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team's chances. He says it hs exciting, but he knows therd are big

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games coming up. Here they `re. Watford away first this Sattrday.

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Then one of the form sides Bournemouth on Easter Mondax.

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Burnley, in all likelihood, will have secured promotion when they

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meet, before Sheffield Wedndsday on the final day.

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Ipswich closed the gap on the top six, beating Doncaster 2`1. Luke

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Chambers with the winner right at the end.

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The points keep us out of the ten at six with goal difference. `` the top

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six. We have had a hunk is weak Blackburn away at Huddersfidld, and

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we will rest and get ready for two games. `` we have had a crazy week.

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Other headlines. Kgosi Ntlhd scored Peterborough's winner. Posh in pole

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position to secure a play`off spot. Freddie Sears scored twice to ease

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Colchester's relegation fears. Stevenage, though, are stuck at the

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bottom. And Northampton's whn gives them real hope of surviving the drop

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from League Two. The Colchester manager Joe Dunne is

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a special guest on Late Kick Off tonight. There is also a spdcial

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report on Luton Town, so close now to bouncing back to the Football

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League. Cambridge and Braintree looking to join them. BBC One,

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slightly later, at 11:30pm. Cambridgeshire's Jody Cundy is

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celebrating a world title, `nd a world record. He won Gold at the

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Paracycling Track World Championships. He won the C4

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one`kilometre time trial, slashing nearly four seconds off his previous

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best. Quite a way to bounce back from his disqualification at London

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2012! I think the prolonged gap four ``

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the two years, and the last major championships I had was at the

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London Paralympic games, to be World Champion and break the world record

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by so much is something elsd. I cannot put it into words, it is

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pretty amazing. Northampton Director of Rugby Jim

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Mallinder says he is not worried about his side's form, going into

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the battle for a Premiership home semifinal. Despite a late fhghtback,

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Saints suffered a third str`ight league defeat, losing to le`ders

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Saracens. More sport on the website, `nd news

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of cricket's County Championship. Newly`promoted Northants ard in

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action, and England captain Alastair Cook hit a century for Essex today.

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Have a look for the latest scores. Thank you very much. Some of you may

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have noticed we had a canarx against the Ipswich town fixtures, `nd we

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should have had a horse. Well done if you ran the London Marathon

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yesterday. 36,000 people took part, including eight members of the same

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family from Norfolk. They h`d a special reason for putting

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themselves through the pain barrier. Shaun Peel has been to meet them.

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If you see people walking ghngerly today, spare a thought, thex could

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have run the London Marathon. Including a family of eight who are

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nursing a bad case of sore feet today.

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This afternoon, six of the magnificent eight were back in

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Norfolk. A row of blisters in bowls, with

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stories to tell. They overc`me illness and injury, but thex started

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and finished as a family. My goal throughout it was to get my

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entire family from the start line to the finish line, so that suls it up.

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We crossed the line, despitd some ups and downs along the way.

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They did it for Vicky's Auntie Helen, who lost her life to breast

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cancer. She was 44 and left four children, but she also left family

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determined to raise as much money as they can in her name.

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They call themselves Helen's Heroes. But on Sunday morning, it w`s a

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miracle eight even started, let alone finished.

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She had had no breakfast, wd took her to the line and she was still

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sick. It is amazing what shd did, blisters on her feet, less her. To

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have the courage and dissemhnation is brilliant.

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I was so determined to get round, I nearly cried at every mile. The

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atmosphere was brilliant and having my girls beside me, pushing and

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pulling, was brilliant. To know the family were out that was am`zing. It

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was my worst, yet my best d`y ever. They will do it again next xear and

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there might even be more of them. Since Helen has died, he rahsed

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?60,000. It was my Auntie Hdlen and others who are suffering, they are

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in our thoughts. They have done their job for another

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year, but as long as breast cancer takes lives away like it did Helen

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's, this family will keep on running.

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A great story, well done. And Julie run five miles for sports rdlief.

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Many years ago and it hurt! Never again.

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Out of the wind, it felt pldasant is today. The average temperattre is 30

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degrees and many of us got ` degree above that. The exception w`s the

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North Norfolk coast. Struggling into double figures. Plenty of stnshine

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today, patchy cloud from thd North West. That will continue but I think

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tending to clear away. A lot of clear sky and it does mean

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underneath the clear skies, it will be chilly. These are the expectation

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rose in towns and cities but rural areas could drop to freezing, or

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below. `` expectations. Probably patchy mist and fog develophng in

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places. High`pressure tomorrow is in charge and it will migrate slowly

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East, that means a subtle change in wind direction. North`east,

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easterly, so there will be `n onshore breeze down the East coast,

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affecting temperatures. A chilly start everywhere but a fine and dry

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day, with a good deal of sunshine for many of us. More cloud down this

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eastern side. That will affdct temperatures on the coast. Tomorrow,

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up to nine, 10 Celsius. But inland, temperatures. To rise. 12, 30

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degrees Celsius generally btt some places could reach 15 degreds and

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feeling hasn't in the light winds. We finish fine and dry. `` feeling

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pleasant. Wednesday, hopefully long spells of sunshine. Temperatures

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higher, 15 degrees generallx. We cannot rule out something hhgher,

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especially inland. On Thursday, through the Easter bank holhday

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uncertainty. Perhaps more cloud but it should stay largely dry with

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brightness and sunshine. Good Friday is looking dry but cooler, `nd

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chilly nights in rural areas, a ground frost most nights. That is

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it, have a good evening.

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