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AstraZeneca as they compete over their to Cambridge. I think we could

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be a really brilliant team. That is what the UK needs. We ask what

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happened in the East the last time these `` to pharmaceutical giants

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merge. We will be here later with the tale of two roads.

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And the flowers of Flanders ` growers here take inspiration

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from the Western front to mark the centenary of the war.

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If you're a bio`scientist in Cambridgeshire,

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Two of the biggest drugs companies in the world falling over themselves

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to praise the city's qualitx of scientific research.

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For a second day, the bosses of Pfizer and Astra

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Zeneca addressed a parliamentary committee discussing the proposed

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But it's not all good news, with Pfizer admitting that

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if they win the battle therd would be job losses and a reduction in

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Andrew Sinclair watched tod`y's developments at Westminster.

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There is no doubt that Cambridge and its skill set is highly sought

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after. What worries MPs is, will that skill set still be in Cambridge

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in the same number as if the that skill set still be in Cambridge

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in the same number as if thd merger in the same number as if thd merger

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goes ahead? Pfizer have said they will be committed to Cambridge but

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have not said how many staff there will employ. This is a company that

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will employ. This is a comp`ny that is a very big employer in the

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region. Once again, the team from region. Once again, the team from

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Pfizer arrived at Westminster with the message that their mergdr

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Pfizer arrived at Westminstdr with the message that their merger with

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AstraZeneca would create a powerhouse of science, particularly

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in Cambridge. The company rdvealed it was very impressed with oncology

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research work, currently behng research work, currently being

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undertaken by AstraZeneca staff in the city. That is a real core area

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for us and it complements our strengths. We could be a re`lly

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winning team putting the best of the two together. AstraZeneca fears that

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two together. AstraZeneca fdars that work could move to America if Pfizer

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work could move to America hf Pfizer takes over. Once again, a lot of the

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questions focused on the detail Would there be fewer jobs in

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Cambridge, less investment in the Cambridge, less investment in the

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UK? The boss of Pfizer admitted there would be fewer staff hn the

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there would be fewer staff in the whole company and less monex for

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research, but he said that is happening across the industry. Even

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AstraZeneca have shed staff. We are in an extremely competitive world

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where governments around the world where governments around thd world

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are requiring us to be more productive and efficient. Wd have

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productive and efficient. We have two CR research in that point of

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view. A more optimistic message from AstraZeneca. They removed it

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Cambridge, they said, was underway. There are plans for the future were

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There are plans for the futtre were to keep growing and investing in the

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city. We are not moving to Cambridge and spending all this money

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overnight to reduce the headcount. Cambridge is going to be a

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fundamental part of the str`tegy. Cambridge is going to be a

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fundamental part of the strategy. It fundamental part of the str`tegy. It

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is at the heart of the science agenda. Pfizer says it can be more

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specific about plans for Cambridge if it takes over the companx. Many

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if it takes over the company. Many politicians and scientists remain

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wary. Andrew, why are MPs so worrhed about

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this proposed takeover? First of all, they are scarred by melories of

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all, they are scarred by memories of the Cadbury 's takeover. Thd

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all, they are scarred by melories of the Cadbury 's takeover. The other

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the Cadbury 's takeover. Thd other reason is that this country's

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economic policies based on the success of the so`called knowledge

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economy. We're never going to be a big manufacturing nation ag`in

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because we cannot compete with China because we cannot compete with China

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and India. But we are very good at science and innovation. Govdrnment

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policy has been to do all that is possible to encourage science to

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Cambridge and the surrounding area. The problem we have is that science

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likes to work in clusters. The worry is that if some of the AstraZeneca

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is that if some of the Astr`Zeneca work starts to move to other parts

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of the world, other companids in of the world, other companies in

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Cambridge and surrounding areas may follow it. Then the worry is that

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would be bad not just for the country's economy, but for the

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economy of the region. That is why MPs are desperate to get sole sort

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of firm reassurance from Pfhzer Thank you.

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So what lessons can we learn from previous mega mergers?

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Thirteen years ago, the pharmaceutical companies,

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Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham, got together to become

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After a few years, a major research site was closed.

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Hundreds of jobs were lost, as our business correspondent

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The East of England is home to what is arguably Europe's most important

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is arguably Europe's most ilportant biotech and life sciences cluster.

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It boasts more than 250 biotech companies, 100 medical technology

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firms and 370 service organisations. firms and 370 service organisations.

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It is all within a biotech golden triangle between London, Oxford and

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Cambridge. The jewel in the crown would be the new AstraZenec`

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would be the new AstraZeneca research and development centre in

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Cambridge, due to open in 2016. But there is an equally important jewel

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in Stevenage, the GlaxoSmithKline research Centre. This place employs

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2300 people and has the job of developing the new drugs pipeline of

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Britain's biggest pharmaceuticals company. Behind it is a story which

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illustrates the dangers of megamergers in the drugs sector.

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illustrates the dangers of megamergers in the drugs sector 13

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megamergers in the drugs sector. 13 years ago, Glaxo merged with

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SmithKline Beecham. SmithKlhne had a SmithKline Beecham. SmithKlhne had a

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major research Centre in Harlow. major research Centre in Harlow.

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After a few years, the largdst park After a few years, the largdst park

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was closed with the loss of 380 jobs. It shows how difficult it is

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to avoid job cuts, even if xou jobs. It shows how difficult it is

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to avoid job cuts, even if you have to avoid job cuts, even if xou have

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a national merger among two British companies. It is very difficult to

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make commitments in advance because you need to give companies the

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flexibility to adjust to ch`nging circumstances. And if those

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circumstances call for a job cuts, it is often the junior partner who

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suffers. Has Harlow recovered since? There are green shoots. As one of

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the enterprise zones in the country, we are trying very hard to dntice

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companies to relocate to Harlow. We are hoping that eventually there

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will be replaced. Harlow still bears will be replaced. Harlow still bears

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the scars of a drugs merger. This flagship research building remains

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empty as Pfizer's battle for AstraZeneca hots up, Cambridge will

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be hoping to avoid a similar fate. A court has heard that two teenagers

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were shot dead on a Milton Keynes Luton Crown Court was told both

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victims were shot in the head during the execution`style killing

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in May two years ago. Two men have already been convicted

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of murdering 19`year`old Mohammed Abdi Farah

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and 18`year`old Amin Ahmed Ismail. Neil Bradford is at

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Luton Crown Court. The prosecution say the mothve

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in this case is a familiar one. Rivalry between criminals arising

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from the trade of illegal drugs. In May 2011 Mohammed Farrah,

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who was 19, and 18`year`old Amin Ahmed Ismail,

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were both shot in the head `t close range, in an alleyway on thd

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Fishermead estate in Milton Keynes. Today the jury heard

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a 999 call made by a local resident, In the recording he tells the

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operator he has heard two gunshots As the call continues,

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a third shot is heard. The prosecution say it was

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administered to ensure In the dock, the accused RA 26 of

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Dutch national and a 20`year`old. Opening for the prosecution,

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Jonathan Price QC told the jury that there was a chillingly brazen

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there was a chillingly brazdn character to these murders. And the

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man who died 999 had effecthvely man who died 999 had effecthvely

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staged an execution. The prosecution say there are five men involved in

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these shootings. Three have already been tried. Two have been found

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guilty and another acquitted. The prosecution say they are all part of

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the same gang. The jury were prosecution say they are all part of

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the same gang. The jury were told that two days after the murder, one

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of the defendants flew back to his native Holland. The other defendant

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native Holland. The other ddfendant was arrested in 2011 but not

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charged. When he found that he was not facing charges, he bought a

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one`way ticket to Tanzania. He returned voluntarily in July

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one`way ticket to Tanzania. He returned voluntarily in Julx of last

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returned voluntarily in July of last year but was arrested at He`throw

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year but was arrested at Heathrow and charged with the mark. Both say

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they are not guilty and the case will continue tomorrow.

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Part of Luton town centre w`s closed to traffic this afternoon

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The A505 dual carriageway on Stuart Street was closed to allow

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The accident happened at the Castle Street Roundabout.

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The cyclist, a man in his late 40s, became trapped underneath the car.

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His injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

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It's been described as the key to the regeneration

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The new Corby link road opens in just nine days.

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With the closure of Solway Foods and the loss of over 900 jobs, the need

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to attract more companies into the town is more pressing than ever.

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Today Stuart Ratcliffe became one of the first people to drivd over

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In its short life, this road has already attracted its fair share of

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attention. Its first salt was cut already attracted its fair share of

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attention. Its first salt w`s cut by attention. Its first salt was cut by

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the transport minister. Then it took centre stage at the Corby

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by`election. Now it is gearing up by`election. Now it is gearhng up

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for its key role, to regenerate Corby's economy. It will cldarly

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encourage business to go into Corby and maintain its regeneration and

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future prosperity, hopefully, and maintain its regeneration and

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future prosperity, hopefullx, and growth in the area. The new road

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links Corby to Kettering. This is where the new road really whll make

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where the new road really will make a difference. This is home to

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Corby's euro hope, a large collection of distribution centres.

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Very shortly, lorries from there will no longer have two trundle down

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the winding road, but will be able to join this new dual carri`geway

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taking them to Kettering. The road has cost ?34 million and is just

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four miles long but is dual carriageway throughout. The current

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route is nearly six miles long, single carriageway and takes traffic

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through picturesque villages. It has taken two years to build. With a

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wash`out summer of 2012 and this winter being one of the wettest on

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record, at one point this project was behind schedule. It was day by

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day, are we going to get on, or are we not going to get on? There is

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still plenty of work to do on site. Contractors say they are now on`time

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and on budget and the road will be ready for its grand opening on the

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23rd of May. In football,

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Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson blamed his side's poor finishing

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for their League One play`off defeat Posh lost 2`1 ` 3`2 on aggregate `

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their only goal coming yestdrday from Conor Washington

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in injury time. Ferguson admitted his side lacked

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the clinical edge over the two legs. It means a second season in League

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One for Posh after their relegation Now it's over to Stewart and Susie

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for the rest of the programme. A five day weather forecast

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to make you smile. Plus a war`time floral tribtte,

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inspired by the fields of Flanders. The government has dropped

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its strongest hint yet that it is taking steps towards upgradhng one

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of the region's busiest roads. Campaigners welcomed comments

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at a Parliamentary debate, which could pave the way

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for dualling of the A47. The road runs from Great Yarmouth

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through Norfolk and Cambridgeshire to Peterborough and the Midlands,

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but less than half is dual Today, local MPs raised the state

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of the road in Parliament and said unless it is improved drivers

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and businesses will continud to If ministers had an open

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cheque`book, perhaps the entire stretch of the A47 would be drilled.

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Realistically, it is not going to Realistically, it is not gohng to

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happen. That said, the government did these local MPs and said that if

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you come back in the autumn I made sure you something that will make

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you smile. For Dennis, an upgrade to the A47

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can't come soon enough. It would save us a good 30,

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45 minutes just to get to the A1. His boss runs 23 lorries

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from his base near King's Lxnn. A dual carriageway would improve

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fuel economy On single carriageway,

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our trucks stick to 40mph, It would improve times

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and efficiency. An all too familiar sight,

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the sheer weight And so today, local MPs queued up

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like cars to echo what local An upgrade to this

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over`crowded road. I suggest that he does make sure he

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gets it in place for the We will have completed stagd two

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by the end of July and will be ready to make announcements by thd end

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of the Autumn Statement. Campaigners say

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the improvements would, within 20 years, generate 10,00 new

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jobs and increase economic output From an economic perspectivd

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that really is quite expensive. The best we can hope

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for is a section between King's Lynn And perhaps reassure

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safety campaigners. In Norfolk alone last month,

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there was one death and fivd You do get instances, appro`ching

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the end of the dual carriageway, When it goes to single,

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there can be collisions. It's ended up with

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fatal consequences. The chancellor outlined in the

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Autumn Statement how much he would Autumn Statement how much hd would

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pay towards the day of the road It will come just six months before a

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general election. The money is not on the table yet.

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A week tomorrow, people from all over Europe will bd casting

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Those MEPs will represent half a billion people.

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In our region, the electorate will include

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thousands of migrant workers, living and paying their way here.

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vote in the regional poll, or cast their vote at home.

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Today, we spoke to members of the Polish community in Petdrborough

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Joanna has been here for seven years.

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Britain has given her opportunities Poland never could.

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One reason why our Euro MPs will get her vote.

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I think I will vote for the British list.

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I've lived here for so many years and local matters are more important

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All EU citizens have the right to vote, either in the country they

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came from, or where they live now, making potentially rich pickings

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Figures show that across Peterborough more than

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125,000 people can vote in the European elections.

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More than 10,000 have moved here from another European country.

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But half of those said that rather than vote in their own country, they

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At Peterborough's Polish ex`servicemen's club,

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a veteran who settled here after the Second World War says it's vital

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Isn't it better to achieve the goal of unity?

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Instead of on the end of a bomb, or by killing people?

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I can't imagine someone would ask me to leave the country

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I can't imagine I could be sent back to Poland

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because I couldn't find myself in the country I used to live!

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A snapshot of the region's tourism industry has revealed the hhghest

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The latest quarterly report covering Suffolk and Norfolk shows that firms

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are reporting more visits to the region, compared to

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And bookings for the early summer are already well up on last year.

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And all of that means growing confidence in an industry, which

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pumps about ?7 billion into the economy of this region everx year.

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If you're looking for reasons why this region is such

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a target for tourism, look no further than Lavenh`m

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in Suffolk ` recently ranked in the top 20 places in the UK to visit.

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This is Shilling Grange ` where 'Twinkle, Twinkle,

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The owner has just started ` new B here with his wife.

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All of our guests come here and spend money,

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If you keep the village alive, more people come back.

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It's a ball that's rolling `ll the time.

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70 miles away on the coast, the holiday giant Warner Leisure

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Hotels has invested heavily in this complex for the over 50s.

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A large percentage come back for a second time so we know they like it.

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Last year we invested ?2.6 million and we want to invest

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The feel good factor isn't restricted to just a few.

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The industry is seeing an improvement in positivitx.

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An increase in customer numbers and spend.

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Tourism is worth over ?7 billion to East Anglia.

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In cycling, the spectacle of the women's tour gave this region

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publicity and the BBC progr`mme Spring Watch should do the same.

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There is momentum, but to ststain it, we need more investment

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Think of the First World War and one symbol springs to mind ` the poppy.

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A wild flower, it grew in Flanders amidst

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Now a nursery in Norfolk has used those same wild flowers to help

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the people of Guernsey mark the centenary of the war.

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They have sent hundreds of plants to the Channel Islands

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for a special display called the Flowers of Flanders.

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Linda is passionate about wild flowers.

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Her company grows two million every year.

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She was given a brief ` go to Flanders, find the wild

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flowers of the trenches, grow them and then send them to Guernsey for

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We've got daisies which are flowering all over

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We also had others flowering everywhere, and the poppy.

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Linda's flowers have found ` home in St Peter Port,

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The display was unveiled at the weekend by the island's governor,

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in memory of the 2,000 Guernseymen who fought on the Western Front

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There are buttercups, daisids, thrift and many more.

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One of the plants we took, Heartsease,

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Its name suggests it was meant to heal a broken heart.

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They would have it in posies and grow it in the gardens.

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Lots of broken hearts during the wars!

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Numbers of wild flowers are declining.

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Linda wants her passion to be shared by everyone.

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You need the plants to have the insects and the birds.

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It's important that they do know, otherwise they'll grow up

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Linda's Guernsey displays aren't at their best just yet,

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A colourful reminder of the flowers of Flanders.

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This is a beautiful scene. Thank you for the photograph. It was a

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This is a beautiful scene. Thank you for the photograph. It was ` chilly

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start to the day. There was a swing in temperatures. 18 Celsius. It is

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going to continue to warm up during the week. At some point this week,

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five Freddy, it will look like the week. At some point this week,

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five Freddy, it will look lhke some five Freddy, it will look lhke some

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places will record highs of 23 Celsius. The cloud should mhlk away.

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Celsius. The cloud should milk away. Some chilly temperatures and

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poisons. Down to 67 Celsius. The temperatures are not expectdd to go

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temperatures are not expected to go quite as more as last night. It is

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looking like a warm and bright day. There will be a bit more close

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around, but enjoy the sunshhne in the morning. The cloud will tend to

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build`up. When we get the stnshine build`up. When we get the stnshine

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in the morning it will make things warm up quickly. 17 or 18 ddgrees.

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warm up quickly. 17 or 18 degrees. In the afternoon at staying dry and

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warm. It will be a cloudy. Towards the end of the week there is high

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pressure. It might something is a little cloudy. But it should not

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spoil the weekend. Before then, someone temperatures. A bit of close

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building on the afternoon on Saturday. It should be later in the

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day. Increasing amounts of cloud for Sunday but 31. That sounds lovely.

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See you tomorrow. Europe. A community of nations

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which can do no wrong. A perfect brotherhood

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in which we all share. the benefits are obvious to

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being in... Hampering a British recovery

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and harping on about climate change. It's time to get out,

:26:36.:26:42.

it's time to get... It's almost 20 years

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since we won Eurovision,

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