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a woman has been arrested after three of her children are found dead

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at Hello, and welcome to Wednesday s

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Look East. Coming up in the next 30 minutes: Banned, the TV ad for

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Center Parcs branded irresponsible for encouraging parents to holiday

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in term time. A man is

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the pressure on families to take their children out of school is only

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made worse by this kind of advertising campaign. A man is

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injured after part of a building We'll have the very latest from the

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scene. Collapses in Bedford.

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We'll be here later in the programme with the region's most decorated

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shooting star. Mick Gault h`s come out of retirement to prepard for

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Commonwealth glory. He'll bd joining us live.

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And a glimpse of history, for one day only ` a rare chance to see the

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Magna Carta. Good evening. The holiday company

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Center Parcs, which runs a new site about to open in Bedfordshire, has

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been forced to pull one of hts television adverts. It follows

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complaints that it encouragds parents to take their children out

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of school. The advert shows families with school`age children enjoying a

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midweek break at a bargain price, but the small print says thd deal

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excludes the school holidays. The advertising watchdog says the ad is

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"irresponsible". Center Parcs has described the ban as "harsh." This

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report is from Neil Bradford. Center Parcs ` your family, your

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time. This is the advert br`nded irresponsible.

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It has now been banned becatse it promoted a family holiday only

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available during term time. We showed it to parents in

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Bedfordshire, just down the road from the latest result of the

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company. They all felt the `dvert was not very clear. You want to get

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the bargain, don't you? But you can't, because you are fined if you

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take your children out of school. The children get excited by seeing

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that on television, and then you can take them. We are not looking at

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going on holiday this year, because we can't afford to go in thd summer.

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The sort of thing does not help The initial advertised in midwedk rate

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for a family of four for ?279. Only the small print highlighted that it

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wasn't available in school holidays. We thought we had that it w`sn't

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available in school holidays. We thought the advert was irresponsible

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because the holiday was not available during ten times, so we

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thought it would encourage parents to take their children out of

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school. The latest resort opens later this summer. The comp`ny has

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reacted angrily to the ad v`n, describing the ruling as harsh. In a

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statement, they said, it dods not believe the ad encourages p`rents to

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take their head out but one marketing expert believes

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the company was pushing its like. They probably push themselvds to

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far, and we know small print is small print, and we all hatd it but

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it is there so we won't read it and I think that perhaps the intention

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might have been that way. It is still several months before the

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first paying guests arrived here, but to give you some idea of how

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much it would cost for a midweek break for a family of four here we

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looked at prices, and at thd start of July, four nights would cost

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?779, but by the first week of the school holidays, the price jumps to

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?1299. That is a difference of 520. Center Parcs says its prices simply

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reflect demand. The company says it takes on board the findings of The

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Advertising Standards Authority and will continue to work within their

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guidelines. Meanwhile, the debate about the cost of family holidays

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rumbles on. A short time ago I spoke to Sean

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Tipton, from the travel association ABTA. I began by asking him if he

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considered the advert irresponsible. I think it's incredibly important

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that travel companies are responsible in the way they market

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their holidays, and generally, they are. And that's particularlx

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important when you're talking about encouraging families to enstre that

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their children are taking their holidays at the correct timd of

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year, which is in the school holiday period. And on the whole, the

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industry has a very good record of this, and none of our members would

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actively encourage parents through their marketing to take thehr

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children out of school and take them on holiday during term time.

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Do you have sympathy, though, with parents who are faced with `

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financial choice, no holidax or holiday during term time, bdcause

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they can't afford anything dlse ABTA and our members are very aware

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of the fact that many parents feel aggrieved about the fact th`t they

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do see increases in prices during school holiday time, but

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unfortunately, there are very straightforward economic thhngs

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behind this, which is basic`lly when demand increases, and school

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holidays certainly do incre`se demand quite substantially, then

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prices will increase. But the fact that you can charge more dodsn't

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mean that you should, necessarily, does it? Well, if you look `t the

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price increases, part of thd reason is that tour operators have to pay

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more in very busy times such as July and August, Easter and Christmas,

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and I've just described the classic school holiday periods, bec`use it's

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very busy anyway. The other issue is that those price increases `re also

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driven by the fact that, whdn you look at other times of the xear when

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demand is low, actually, many companies are making a loss at that

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time of year. That's why we suggested looking into staggering

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the dates that schools take their holidays, and giving an opthon to

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travel at times of year when demand is already lower. The classhc

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example, June or September. Europe does not go on holiday then. Perhaps

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we should. A good idea. The fact is, it is not happening at the loment.

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So what is your advice to p`rents with school`age children? What do

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they do? It's an awkward position to be in, isn't it, especially when

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you're trying to balance thd books. But if you book early, you can keep

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those rises down, and a fred child place is a pretty substanti`l

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discount. And I'm sure many of you will have

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your own experiences of being caught up in school holidays row. Laybe

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you're a parent who's been fined, or you run a holiday company which is

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affected. We'd love to hear from you. You can call, e`mail or contact

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us through Facebook and Twitter A man has been injured after part of

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a building collapsed in Bedford It happened this afternoon on the site

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of the old town hall in St Paul s Square. A number of buildings in the

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area are currently being delolished as part of Bedford's regeneration.

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Let's go live now to our reporter Anna Todd ` Anna, what more can you

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tell us? This is the back of the demolition

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site for the old town Hall, and the incident involved the smalldr of the

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two buildings there on the right. You can probably see it quite

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clearly from this aerial footage we have. Part of the roof had

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collapsed, trapping one of the contract is underneath the falling

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debris. The Fire Service and emergency crews were on the scene by

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around 2:30pm. The Fire Service used a special ladder with a cagd to

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carefully bring the man back down to the ground. They were very careful

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not to damage the building still further. Do you know any more about

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the man who was hurt? The elergency crews who were up there with him

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said they could hear him through the rubble, but he was drifting in and

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out of consciousness. When he was brought back down, he was ptt in a

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neck brace and on a stretchdr. The air ambulance arrived, but he ended

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up going to hospital on an ordinary ground ambulance. He is there now

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having x`rays and checks, and his condition is not a serious `s was

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first thought. There has bedn a lot of machinery moving behind le, but

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apparently that has just bedn making the site say, and Health and Safety

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Executive has been informed. Thank you very much.

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Two teenage girls are being treated in hospital after they were attacked

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in Corby. The friends suffered blows to their faces and bodies dtring the

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attack in Boden Close on thd Danesholme estate late last night. A

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man was seen running from the area, but it's not sure if he was known to

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his victims. Police are appdaling for information.

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And police in Milton Keynes are investigating two suspicious

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incidents in which teenage girls were approached by motorists. Both

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incidents happened on Tuesd`y afternoon, first in the Fishermead

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area and then later in Greenleys. In each case the victim was asked to

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get into a silver car. Both girls were unharmed.

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Work is underway on a multi`million pound broadband project for

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Peterborough with internet that s 100 times faster than current

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speeds. It'll make Peterborough the country's first gigabit citx, and

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businesses, schools, and public sector buildings will be thd first

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to benefit. The system is already in use in Hong Kong and Stockholm. For

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the businesses in the city, a gigabit connection is 1000 Lb per

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second. It is really about bringing transformational speeds. It is

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supercharging broadband connections to give them much more efficiency

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for their business, so any business in the city which uses a broadband

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connection can benefit from this superfast speed.

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Small dairy farmers in our region are warning that cut`price lilk

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promotions in supermarkets could put them out of business. At thd moment,

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the retailers are funding the price cuts out their own profits. But

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farmers fear, in the end, they could get a lot less money per litre. Ben

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Bland reports. Milk fresh from the farm and at the

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start of its journey to your fridge. Newlands is the only dairy farm in

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Northamptonshire that processes its own milk on site. From here, 12 ,000

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pints a week are sold directly to shops, restaurants and pubs. The

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problem for small dairy farls like this one is that when this, four

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pints, makes it onto the supermarket shelf, in some cases, it is being

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sold for as little as 84p. That s less than it costs them to produce

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it. These cows here in the field,

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they're milked twice a day dvery day. Unlike the old days, when they

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always used to have a name, unfortunately they haven't got a

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name. They've got numbers. The low prices are a worry for

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Gerald, who's been a dairy farmer for 35 years. But the superlarkets

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say they take the hit, not the farmers.

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At the moment, that's what they say. And I'm sure that's trte. But

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longer term, and historically, that isn't what happens. What happens is

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that it comes from the prodtcer And that's our concern for the future of

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the dairy farming industry. On behalf of the big shops, the

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British Retail Consortium s`id: Other farmers, like Brian Dolby

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don't process the milk themselves. He sells it to a big processing

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company that pays him a fixdd price. They then bottle it and sell it to

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the shops on his behalf. I think it leaves us much more

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secure. The processor we sell to, we are also members, because it's a

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large co`operative, and thex have the ability to sell the milk into a

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lot of different products, plus adding value to those products.

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So, as more dairy farmers group together to secure their future the

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small independent producers that remain may find it increasingly

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harder to survive alone. Hundreds of workers at the dnergy

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giant EDF are preparing for strike action next month in a disptte over

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pay. The union Unite said 500 of its members in four regions, including

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the East, will walk out on Lay th and 8th. And it hasn't ruled out

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further industrial action. Ht's expected to cause delays in fixing

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and installing meters. EDF Dnergy says it has made a pay offer of 2%.

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Those are your top building work is all but down.

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Principal Mark Evans knows he now has to deliver results.

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Now it's back to Stewart and Susie for the rest of the programle.

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`` but done. Still to come on Look East tonight:

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The Magna Carta, close up. And I will be chatting to a

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record`breaking sports star. The sharp`shooter hoping to be on

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target at the Commonwealth Games. Four weeks tomorrow, voters go to

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the polls to choose their Etro MPs. Today, St George's Day, the

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Conservatives went to Cambrhdge to launch their regional campahgn.

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We only get the chance once every five years to decide who represents

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us in the European Parliament. Polling day is May 22nd, and most of

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the region is in the Eastern constituency. There are sevdn seats

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up for grabs. As you can sed, last time round, the Conservativds came

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top of the poll. But this ydar, they are under increasing pressure from

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the UK Independence Party. Our political correspondent, Andrew

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Sinclair, was at today's latnch There are a number of commentators,

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even some party members who expect the Conservatives to do badly in

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these elections. But today, the hierarchy was having none of it

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Anybody goes `` anybody who goes into an election half`heartdd should

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not going to an election. Hhs party manifesto Mrs to deliver ch`nge in

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Europe and it pledges a refdrendum on the membership of the EU ``

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promises. Dividing the Torids win the next election. `` providing

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Conservatives have had a visible residence in Brussels. Writhng for

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money for the region and trxing to stop Europe having too much of a say

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in our lives `` fighting for money. They say they have strict to wait

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red tape and given local colmunities more of a say over fishing policy.

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`` stripped away. Europe nedds to change and our relationship with it.

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I am winning those negotiathons and they are worth a lot of mondy, is

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because the other people around the table though we want a bettdr deal

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for Britain. Official party policy is that being here is benefhcial for

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Britain but the EU needs to loosen its grip, but not everybody agrees.

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This man wants us to leave altogether. But two Tory MPs have

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decided to hold their own rdferendum now.

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You can see why the public light get confused about your policy.

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Everybody in Parliament has their own views, I differ from official

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government policy on some things but overall, I would advise `` hnvite

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people to look at the big phcture. We want change in Europe. So does

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this party and it has done well in recent elections. The Conservatives

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argue that while UKIP can t`lk about change, only the Conservatives can

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deliver. They know it will be a tough month but they say thdy are up

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for the fight. Andrew is in Cambridge now. We don't

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often hear from the Local Government Secretary. What else did he have to

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say today? If anybody can fire up the

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activists, he can and he sahd there was a lot of things at stakd and

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these are the most important Euro elections for a long while. He

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admitted last year put my `` last year 's had been a disappointment

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and this was a grudge match. He said, Conservatives have fire in the

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alleys, and they need to because I keep hearing stories about `ctivists

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who are so disillusioned, they do not want to campus. `` bellhes. ``

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to campus. And he spoke for the first time

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today about the King's Lynn incinerator?

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Yes, a controversial scheme dropped because he was taking so long to

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make a decision. He said he knew had promised `` he had promised to make

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a decision but there had bedn far more complaints so it took longer

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than expected. It is controversial, it is ` big

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scheme, there has been a lot of representation. And it is possibly

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unrealistic to have expected an immediate rubber`stamping of the

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decision given the amount of controversy and representathon.

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When will you make that dechsion? When I am satisfied that all the

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questions have been answered. He would not drawn on whether he felt

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responsible for saddling Norfolk with a ?30 million will, he said

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these things take time and no BD should put pressure on him. `` bill.

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On Look East tomorrow night, we report on the launch of the Lib

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Dems' Euro campaign. Some sports news: Mick Gault, the

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record`breaking pistol shooter from Norfolk, has been named in the

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England sqaud for the Commonwealth Games in July. Mick is Engl`nd's

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most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete. Susie has popped ott of the

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studio to see him. We are thrilled you will be

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competing in Glasgow but it has been a roller`coaster. After Delhi, you

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decided to give up, why? Thd enjoyment went out of it, the

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pressure got to me and I saw no point carrying on. I became the most

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successful sportsmen for England and I thought that was job done, but I

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decided it was not. The pressure is the record of the most succdssful

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Commonwealth shooter of all time. Was that too much pressure? Did you

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feel expectations were too high I think so. In retrospect, I lade

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mistakes and the pressure got to me. I could not take it. What h`s

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changed your mind? I love the sport. I just missed it so much. I had to

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come back and give it anothdr go. I have one more goal and that is to

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get at least one more medal to equal this Australian chap who has the

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most! It would be nice to epual or to beat him. In Glasgow, do you

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think you will feel the pressure or will you enjoyed being therd?

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I am determined just to havd a great time, that is what it is all about.

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What is the point being frightened? Has it being a problem getthng back

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to the same level? `` has it been. My scores were low and it w`s hard

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to get back winning again. H am almost there and I am certahn I will

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be there by Glasgow. You have so many medals, we could not hold them

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all! You have a selection. Which is the most important? That is the

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first one, I won that in Victoria in 1994 and I still remember whnning

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it. I could die happy after winning it. I felt like that. Just being on

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the podium for the first tile, can you describe the emotion? The hairs

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are still standing on the b`ck of my neck, it was a wonderful fedling to

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have moved myself at being the best at something. And in the run`up to

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Glasgow, are you looking forward to that or do you feel trepidation as

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it gets closer? Trepidation, no Looking forward to it. Everx day is

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a different day. One day at a time and see how it goes. It is great to

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have you here, thank you, and good luck with your training.

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Now, what do you know about the Magna Carta? It was signed nearly

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800 years ago at Runnymead. It was written on parchment and was later

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divided into 63 clauses. And, of course, it changed everything. It

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gave us trial by jury and things like the measurements of wine and

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beer. But did you know it h`d strong links with this region?

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It is mid afternoon in Bury and pulling into the cathedral car

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parked is an ordinary looking band. In the back is something prdtty

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extraordinary. `` VAN. One of the earliest copies of the Magn` Carta,

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and there is excitement for the team who spent two years arranging for it

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to arrive. There is a mystery about it and you do not think of ht as

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being real. Coming to Bury Saint Edmunds? Lovely!

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They are very important doctments because even though they were

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designed to prevent a civil war unsuccessfully, overtime, they have

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become the document that most of western democracy is based on. It

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belongs to Lincoln Cathedral and is on loan for a month. This is the

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spot where it is thought to 25 of those rebellious barons met as anger

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over King Jon grew. It was not the only history being celebratdd today.

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On St George's Day, the man himself was touring town on a mobilhty

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scooter! They believe here that owned the love that Edmund hs the

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rightful patron saint but Gdorge got a warm welcome! `` they belheve that

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Edmund. A perfect day, a lovely reception. Happy St George's Day!

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Back at the Cathedral, the Lagna Carta copy is ready to view.

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Lighting is dim to protect ht, temperature and humidity ard also

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critical. Queueing in May is free but by ticket only and the first

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couple of days is already booked. `` viewing.

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That is amazing. Time for the weather.

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Good evening, what a lovely Day We have seen fine and sunny and warm

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weather. A number of parts of the region got to 18 Celsius. Btt

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changes are on the way, with rain in places. This weather front hs

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responsible. It has made slow progress today. The cloud is

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starting to develop from thd West into the afternoon. Western counties

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are seeing cloud. And eventtally, some rain. It will head East this

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evening and overnight. If you live in places like Norfolk, Suffolk and

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Essex, you may not see it until later. Some heavy rain along it And

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divide in weather conditions by the end of the night. Western counties

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may develop clear spells and there could be mist and fog patchds that

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could be dense in places. It stays cloudy across the East, with some

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rain. Temperatures probably not drop in very low. Robert Lee eight

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Celsius is the lowest for tonight. `` probably. Tomorrow, the weather

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front will get away quite qtickly but across the eastern half, there

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could be rain first thing. Cloudy for many of us with sunshind and

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showers developing. Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex stock with a little rain

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and the West starts dry and bright. `` start. Showers will develop in

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the afternoon and they could be heavy in places. Winds should be

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light. Temperatures likely to get to around 15, 16 degrees. And showers

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for the afternoon and into the first part of the evening. This is the

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pressure pattern. It is unsdttled for the weekend. This low pressure

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will bring showers. Friday, showers and sunshine. But looking unsettled

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towards the weekend. Thank xou very much.

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That is it, thank you for your company, see you tomorrow nhght

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'The last two generations have been robbed

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'of an opportunity to vote on the EU.

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'And yet it has a greater impact on our everyday lives

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'and not leave it for another generation.'

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I want a Britain that is free to control its own destiny.

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'It's estimated there'll be another 3 million people in Britain by 020.

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