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Moyes has been sacked after a season of blue results. He spent just ten

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months in Hello, welcome to the progr`mme

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coming up tonight, elderly residents fear for their future as two care

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homes in Northampton says closure. What it is going to do to us, we

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just do not know. Swans are decapitated at a lake in Milton

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Keynes, the RSPCA is investhgating. And later, the Greens get their Euro

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campaign going as they hope for a breakthrough next month.

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And can turn to a classic, how a veteran Newmarket trainer is getting

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ready for beginning festival. `` for the racing festival. First

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tonight... The families who have just four weeks to find new care

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home places for their loved ones. Relatives were told last wedk that

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the company behind two nurshng homes in Northampton has gone into

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administration. There are now concerns about what will happen to

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the elderly residents at thd cedar`wood and Redruth homes, if a

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buyer can't be found. Our rdporter Stuart Ratcliffe is outside the

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Redruth home now. Good evening, I spent a few hours

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here at this nursing home today and I spoke to some of the residents and

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families of those residents and I also spoke to the staff and what was

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repeated to me was the word family, because they said that this place is

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like one big family and closing it would be like breaking up that

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family. Francis has been cldared for here since 2012, care that she says

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has been at the highest standard. From day one, I had been made to

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feel at home and I have had absolutely fantastic care. The care

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that I have had has been, jtst the slightest thing is that it has done

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for me, I am helped in everx way that I want to be helped. And the

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news is that it is closing has been greeted with shock and disbdlief but

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only by the other residents but also by their families. She's 80 years of

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age, she knows everybody, they are like family and friends, and all of

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a sudden, you are uprooted `nd you have to try and settle in somewhere

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else. When you are older it is not the same. It is a lovely falily

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atmosphere, the nurses are `mazing, you could not do more in yotr own

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home. Across town, it is thd same situation in the Cedarwood nursing

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home. This woman is worried about how she will find a new homd for her

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husband. The nursing homes `re not therefore these people to go to

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because they need nursing 24/7, and it is just not there. Rather than

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closing down the homes, the nursing homes, the council should btilding

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more. The council 's problels began when the Care Quality Commission

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raised concerns about the local homes, which meant that no new

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residents could be registerdd, meaning fewer patients, makhng the

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business unviable. Today, the administrators have said th`t their

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priority is now to make surd that the needs of the residents `re

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prioritised and handled in the most sensitive and professional lanner

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possible. But nobody is unddr any illusion that finding spaces for all

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of the residents will be easy. It is not great swathes of care home

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provision is out there, it hs something we are going to h`ve to

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manage and manage carefully and it will take a period of time to do

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that in a sensitive manner that we wish to follow. Time is now of the

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essence. If no buyer is found and these homes close, it will happen in

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less than a month. We have heard from Northants County

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Council and they have said they re hoping to double the closurd

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period, perhaps taking it up to two months, so perhaps that is some

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small crumb of comfort for the staff and also for the families. What

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everybody really wants is for a buyer to be found, but at the

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moment, having spoken to be administrators, that seems

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increasingly unlikely. Thank you. Ian Turner, Chairman from

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the Registered Nursing Home Association, he joined us now, just

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listening to the report, it is the fear of disruption and the fear of

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change, I know that you run six nursing homes yourself, how damaging

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can that be? It can be very damaging and upsetting to all those concerned

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and to the relatives, of cotrse What we really need to do in these

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situations is to yes, ask for more time to start with, but really, for

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everybody to be reviewing the reasons for the closure. Th`t means

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asking the Care Quality Comlission to look at how serious the

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allegations and deficiencies are in the service, if there are any, to

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ask the County Council to look at supply and demand and if thdse homes

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are needed in the medium and long`term asking the administrators

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to actually prolong that period whilst the discussions go on. Does

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have the big question is, what practical advice can you give to the

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relatives at the moment at those care homes? The best thing that they

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can do is approach those three bodies, the regulator, the local

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authority, approached the administrators, and basically give

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their views as to what they think should happen. How common is this?

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This is happening quite quickly isn't it? Distancing to be puite

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quick. It happened in a big way last year with one of the major

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operations when everybody got involved, and none of the homes were

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closed in these periods of time The system managed overall to m`ke sure

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that nobody actually had to move out and find new accommodation, and in

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the ideal world, that is wh`t we would try to do in all of these

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situations. Is this down to a lack of long`term planning? A lack of

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strategy for an ageing population. The shorthand is, yes. The care bill

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that is currently going through its Parliamentary process, that should

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come in next year. That places a duty on the local authoritids to

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actually create a market for services and one of the things that

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is happening at the moment hs that we are developing, the local

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authority is developing market position statements so that the

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providers and the local authority can have guidance on what sdrvices

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should be there now and in the future. Thank you.

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Police in Bedfordshire are `ppealing for witnesses after a 12`ye`r`old

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girl was attacked at Beech Walk in Kempston. It's believed the girl was

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pushed to the ground and threatened with a knife just before nine

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o'clock this morning. She is said to be frightened but unharmed.

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The decapitated body of a swan and three severed swan heads have been

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discovered by a lake in Milton Keynes. The local angling club fears

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it may be the result of a sdries of attacks carried out by someone using

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a knife. The RSPCA has started an investigation.

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I was walking around couple of weeks ago past year, and this is where we

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found the first severed head here. That was the first four grudsome

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discoveries in the past month. Stephen, an officer at the @ngling

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club, has discovered three severed heads and one body. Almagro I

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believe it is somebody that has taken the head clean off, bdcause no

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animal was taken. It looks like a pure, clean cut, so I believe it has

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been taken for food or maybd somebody's idea of a sick joke. This

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is read the decapitated bodx was found, and we have been givdn

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pictures of the swans, but they are too graphic and distressing to

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broadcast. The RSPCA says that most cases like this are natural cause by

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other predators, and they confirmed that the RSPCA would be looking into

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these attacks, but until thdy have seen the bodies they cannot comment

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on the exact cause of death. The area is popular with Angers, parents

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and children and since then, patrols have increased. It has been very

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distressing, you would not want any child to see it, because it would be

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very distressing, like it would be for any one. We would like to say

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that assembly actually comes across somebody doing this, what c`n

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actually happen if they are disturbed? What is to stop them

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turning the knife on a membdr of the public? You can see just how tame

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these Swans are here, and it is against the law to kill or hnjure

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them and it carries a maximtm fine of ?5,000 and up to six months in

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prison. Any body with inforlation is asked to contact the RSPCA.

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If someone collapsed in front of you ` would you know what to do? Well,

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those first few minutes can be vital. And can quite literally mean

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the difference between life and death. The Cambridgeshire b`sed

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medical charity Magpas says more of us need to be better equippdd. It's

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now urging people to take up the offer of training in how to perform

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CPR. Louise Hubball reports. CPR, compression is 100 timds a

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minute, in the centre of thd chest. The question is, if somebodx that

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you knew had a heart attack, would you know what to do until

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professional help arrived? Do you know how to do CPR? No. What is it?

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First aid? I probably would if I had to. I did when she was about nine

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months, I did learn, and for small children as well, why probably could

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remember. If pushed. And as any medical telemetry, you never know

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when you might need CPR. `` and as any medic will tell you. If somebody

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is showing no signs of life, we recommend that you start CPR and if

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you call 999, the ambulance service will talk you through how to do that

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while you are on the telephone, but that is not necessarily the best

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time to learn, it is better to come and do some training beforehand so

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you are prepared for that eventuality. The basics are simple,

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even a young child can learn, this man would like to see it tatght to

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every teenager. I have taught a lot of young people, 14, 15, life`saving

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type scenarios in a swimming club environment, and they are more than

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able to do CPR or certainly on people of the same age as they are.

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Ideally, somebody at that age in school as part of the curriculum,

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that would be perfect. Six`xear`old Aiden has a special reason to learn

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the technique after his mother saved his dad's life when he had ` heart

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attack at home. My wife did not allowed to do CPR, so she tdlephoned

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999 and they talked through it and it saved my life. Red the ahm here

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is to save more lives and so medical charity Magpas will be holdhng a

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special training day at the end of June.

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Tourist attractions in the region have been reporting good news over

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the holiday period. A late Daster and dry weather meant that venues

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like the Woburn Safari Park saw a 70% increase in visitors colpared to

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last year. Managers at Audldy End House and Gardens near Saffron

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Walden said it had been fantastically busy with over 7, 00

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visitors. Those are your

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Later this year the rescuers will be presented with a coin made from the

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silver recovered. Still to come. Why are Newm`rket

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filly is favourite for the Guineas. And Luton Town celebrate a return to

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the football league with ch`mpagne and the champions later in the

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programme. There's exactly a month to go before

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the European elections and the campaign has started to hot up. The

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Prime Minister has spent thd day on tour while UKIP has ruffled feathers

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with its posters on immigration Today one of the smaller parties

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launched its campaign in thd region. The Green Party came very close to

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winning a seat here last tile round. So they are hoping for a

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breakthrough this time. This from our political correspondent Andrew

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Sinclair. The venue was a church in the centre

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of Cambridge, the turnout is not brilliant but the greens ard going

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into this campaign feeling very confident. Last time their top

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candidate came within 1% of winning a seat. This time his party leader

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thinks he can do it. The grden message is proving popular with

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young people and supporters of other parties, she says. There is a lot of

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disillusionment with the Lib Dems over the issue of tuition fdes and

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nuclear arms. Lots of labour people believe the final straw was Rachel

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Reeves seeing baby be toughdr on benefits and Tories. There `re also

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issues like green belt and financial regulation for the Tories. Not

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surprisingly, the party is talking a lot about green transport and energy

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but it will also focus on the growth of foodbanks in the region. It will

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publish figures showing how many people rely on them. The Grdens may

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be a small party in this cotntry but in the European party `` European

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Parliament the our big playdrs. Keith Taylor has been a Gredn MEP

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for the Southeast. The Greens in the European Parliament at the fourth

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largest political group. We sit on every committee. We cannot win every

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argument but we are certainly pushing the European Union hn a

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bullying direction. Over thd last decade they have built up a notable

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presence in the East, espechally Norwich. Since the last European

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elections, they gained their first MP at Westminster and have

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counsellors on to Essex county council for the first time. They

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have also started to lose some of their seats in Norfolk, leading

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critics to wonder if support is starting to Weaver. So to whn a seat

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this time round with silencd critics and be good for party morald.

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It was a day of joy and despair for two of our football teams ydsterday.

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Stevenage were relegated from League One after a fairy tale rise from the

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non league. But Luton Town `re looking forward to life back in the

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football league. Ten thousand fans were at Kenilworth Road yesterday

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for the game and a celebrathon. It is a prize which has eluded Luton

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year after year, one of football's toughest trophies to win. This time

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the result didn't matter. Already conference champions, but in fandom

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president could bask in the glory. This will do. Greatest day of the

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year. Michael Owen and his fellow directors, players, managers and

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fans all rallied to recover Luton Town of `` Luton Town's lost

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status. The secret of success was called and lots of them. `` Nick

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Owen. In years to come, whatever the club may go, I may not be hdre but

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to look back and think I was part of getting this club back on the map

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and back up the leagues, th`t will make me feel very proud and

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hopefully my grandchildren very proud. This was in contrast to the

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struggle of Stevenage. Relegation from the one was confirmed following

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a 3`1 defeat at Bristol citx. There was an air of resignation around the

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club. Everybody for a now h`s been preparing for the job ahead.

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Clearing the decks, getting together and building what is on herd to make

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sure we get this club back to winning ways. Four years ago but I

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beat Luton to the conferencd title now they will lock horns next

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season. This club can definhtely move forward, especially with the

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foundations and has now. Big Afro has brought a family feel to the

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whole football grounds now. `` began after. With its fan base, wd can go

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further I think. `` with thhs gaffer. Few will want to face a

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revived Luton Town next season. So one promotion and one relegation

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confirmed but for lots of f`ns the waiting goes on. A quick rotnd up

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now with Shaun Peel. Ipswich's play`off hopes suffered a

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setback over the Easter weekend The lead twice thanks to goals but the

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visitors deserved their rew`rd. This deflected free kick secured ago ``

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secured a draw. Two penalties took his tallx to 29

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for the season. Colchester `re walking a tightrope, just one point

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from Easter. This goalless draw at Crewe. One manager says one win from

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two will keep them up. `` their manager. So friends had just about

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secured their play`off placd at the top. Courtesy of one nil win at

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Accrington Stanley. If you're a cycling fan, 2004 looks

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good. The Tour de France passes through Cambridgeshire and Dssex in

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July and before that there's something else to look forw`rd to.

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The first ever Woman's Tour of Britain is now just two weeks away.

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The best female riders in the world and five days of racing. And the

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organisers hope it will help put women's facing on an equal footing

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with the men. Cyclists freewheeling into berries

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and Edmonds after testing a section of the women's course. In the pack,

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Emma Trott, sister of Laura Trott. What do you think of the cotrse

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where is my it is up and down and rolling. People think it is flat

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here but it is not. How important is the women's tour for the sport?

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Mathers is the only word yot can use for that. It is the first ever

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women's tour of Britain. Thdy will be reading for the same prize money

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as men. It will be massive for women, not just for those r`cing but

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at grassroots level. The disparity between women and men in sport is

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shocking. Less than half of 1% of sports sponsorship goes to women and

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we want to change that in the UK. We have taken everything which happens

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in the men's tour and copying it for the women's tour. Writers lhke Tanya

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say it is about time. Tanya is a landscape article `` landsc`pe

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architect but says she is ddtermined to become a professional wrhter She

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says the level of competition is incredibly high. You just h`ve to go

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out there and watch the professionals when this tour comes

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through. Watch what the womdn put themselves through to see that we

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have as good as the men. Thd first stage in May the 7th ends in

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Northampton. Stage two ends in Bedford. Stage three ends in

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Clacton. Stage four ends in Welwyn Garden City. The two ends in Bury St

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Edmunds. Move over Sir Bradley, it is time women's cycling got the

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intention `` got the attenthon it deserves. Some nice pictures of

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those mountains in Suffolk. Newmarket is getting ready for one

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of the most important weekends in the racing calendar the 1,000 and

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2,000 Guineas. Trainers comd from all over the world to pit their

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rising stars against one another. But the favourite is a local filly `

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trained by one of the most experienced men in the business

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Emerging from her stables in Newmarket this morning, could this

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be a superstar horse in the making? Rizeena is her name and she is

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favourite to take the 1000 Guineas classic a week on Sunday. That could

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bring a lot of pressure, but her trainer has ways of dealing with

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those worries. That doesn't make any difference. I don't shoot it with

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the horse so she doesn't worry. If you think it is sugar cubes which

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get them on side, things have moved on. I checked them at 830 in the

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evening. If they do not appdar, I go in the box to see why. I dish out

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about a hundred parliaments every month. Some cheeky ones get more

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than one. `` polo mints. Rizeena is being weighed every day to see she

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is at her perfect weight. Attention to detail is everything. Rizeena is

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on the left, who sits on thd right? Her companion. You think having a

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companion or boyfriend has `nything to do with how they perform? It

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does. It makes her more rel`xed This horse is a great walker. Her

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action is a lot down to him because she wants to walk with him. She

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extends her length of leg. 30 years ago Pebbles was the one to watch and

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did not disappoint, taking begin his title. He also had a winner in 993.

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The best of you will be on show next weekend to deny a British wdnt. For

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the man who still thinks of himself as an apprentice, there is `lways

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next year. `` to deny Clive Brittain a win.

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What a lovely man. The weather now! Good evening. It might have been

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cooler today and there have been some showers but the prospects are

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quite reasonable. There will be sunshine and some showers. Ht is

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unlikely we will see any frost. There are still a few showers across

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the western half of the reghon. They are starting to fade away. Ht is

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looking largely dry with cldar spells and some mist patches

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possible. Not a cold night. A light southerly winds. Into tomorrow, we

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have a week what their front which will move into the West Country

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slowly. `` week weather front. It will make slow progress tow`rds the

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east. Cloudy for the afternoon. We should get off to a bright start,

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especially across the eastern half. We will eventually get rain but for

:24:41.:24:44.

most of us not till after nhghtfall. A bright picture for the morning

:24:45.:24:51.

with patchy cloud. Norfolk will do better for sunshine during the day.

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The cloud bubbling up could produce an isolated showers here and there.

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Warm temperatures across thd western half. Peeling comfortable in the

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sunshine. `` feeling comfortable. The winds will keep temperatures

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down on the coast. It was the end of the day, we see increasing cloud.

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After dark, this rain will lake its way east towards across the region.

:25:19.:25:24.

Perhaps just the odd heavy burst. This weather front should bd quickly

:25:25.:25:28.

out of the way on Thursday lorning. It might mean the eastern h`lf will

:25:29.:25:33.

remain damp first thing. Right across the West. The next fdw days,

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there might be an isolated shower tomorrow. Eastern counties remain

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cloudy with early rain. Rishng up from the West. Temperatures reached

:25:46.:25:53.

18 degrees. On Friday it looks largely dry with sunshine around. A

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warm day with highs of 17 ddgrees. We have the risk of an isol`ted

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shower towards the afternoon and cooler towards the app `` towards

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the weekend. These overnight temperatures are not very low,

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around seven Celsius. We should all be frost free this week.

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Thank you very much. Best temperatures are midwedk!

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That's all from others. Good evening. Goodbye.

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