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missing. That's all from the BBC News at Six - so it's goodbye from

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Drama as the Northampton couple facing international, are

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hospitalised on the day of their extradition. Two people dead and

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many more injured in a major accident on the M11. We'll be live

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at the scene. We'll be hear later not programme

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marking 50 years of Formula One at Silverstone. The cars that lade

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Silverstone. The cars that made history. We'll hear from ond of the

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history. We'll hear from one of the biggest names in sport.

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And the photograph that savdd the And the photograph that saved the

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life of a little girl. How Gracie is living with her special eye.

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The dramatic scenes as a couple set to be extradited to the US for fraud

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charges were taken to hospital. Paul and Sandra Dunham were expected to

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leave this morning for a London police station and then on to

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Heathrow Airport. Instead, police officers had to break into their

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home. The couple were treated by home. The couple were treatdd by

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paramedics. Both face trial in America accused of fraud and money

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laundering. We can go live to our reporter outside the hospital

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laundering. We can go live to our reporter outside the hospit`l no

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norm Hampton. Do we know how the den hams are this evening? `` Denhams

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hams are this evening? `` Ddnhams are this evening? There's no

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official confirmation from dither official confirmation from either

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side of the Atlantic. The Dtnhams are being treated here at

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Northampton General Hospital and are under observation for their physical

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and psychological strength. Today was supposed to be the day they were

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in the cussed to Di of the US in the cussed to Di of the TS

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authorities but instead are in the care of the medical professhon.

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care of the medical profession. Inside the Dunhams home there was no

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response. Despite repeated `ttempts to contact them, police took drastic

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action. The couple were found in a bedroom conscious but in need

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action. The couple were found in a bedroom conscious but in nedd of

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medical help. A paramedic was medical help. A paramedic was

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called. The couple from Northampton have been fighting their extradition

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to the US. They face fraud and money to the US. They face fraud and money

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laundering charges in the state of Maryland. Speaking last week before

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they were given a date for their extra digs, the couple said they

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were living in fear `` extr`dition. were living in fear `` extr`dition.

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Every time someone comes on to the driveway, postman, you just don t

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driveway, postman, you just don't know. We have no idea when someone's

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going to arrive to tell us what decision, on which day, has been

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made for us to be taken awax. Criminal proceedings were launched

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Criminal proceedings were l`unched after the Dunhams lost a civil case

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in the US in 2009. They deny any wrongdoing but say they are the

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victims of a personal vendetta against their former employer's

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victims of a personal vendetta against their former employdr's son.

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against their former employer's son. But he told me he has no involvement

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in the criminal investigation conducted by the FBI and thd

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in the criminal investigation conducted by the FBI and the US

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department of justice. Am I out to get him? I'm not out to

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again anyone but I think we all feel that we would like a sense of

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justice. I think any reason`ble person in society would like to

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justice. I think any reasonable person in society would likd to make

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person in society would like to make sure to see that justice is done.

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This morning, the couple were due to report to a Central London police

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station before being put on a flight to America. Instead, the couple who

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both have ongoing medical condition are being treated in hospit`l.

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both have ongoing medical condition are being treated in hospital. Mr

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Dunham still dressed in his night clothes was able to walk to the

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ambulance. His wife was taken clothes was able to walk to the

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ambulance. His wife was takdn in a ambulance. His wife was takdn in a

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stretcher. Their condition is still being assessed. What happens now?

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That's still unclear tonight. I've spoken to authorities on both sides

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of the Atlantic, the FBI, the US department for justice, the US

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marshal service, the Home Office. They won't g into too much detail

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about the extradition process. The Home Office say the Dunhams need to

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appeal to the court. It is ` Home Office say the Dunhams need to

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appeal to the court. It is a matter appeal to the court. It is ` matter

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for them not the Home Secretary. We for them not the Home Secretary. We

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don't know why the Dunhams needed hospital treatment. They have

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ongoing health problems. But I suspect this will only delax

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ongoing health problems. But I suspect this will only delay the

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suspect this will only delax the extradition process rather than stop

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it. The couple's lawyers tonight are asking for a 14`day reprievd.

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asking for a 14`day reprieve. Thank you. Two people have died and

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many more have been injured in a major crash on the M11. It happened

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on the northbound carriagew`y this on the northbound carriageway this

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afternoon. Five vehicles, including a horse transporter crashed between

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junction 7, the turning for Harlow and junction 8 for Stansted Airport.

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Ben blend is at Great Hallingbury near Bishop's Stortford. Ben. What

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you can see just behind me hs near Bishop's Stortford. Ben. What

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you can see just behind me is the you can see just behind me is the

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northbound carriageway. London is there, Cambridge up that wax.

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northbound carriageway. London is there, Cambridge up that way. This,

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just a few moments ago was packed full the cars and lories sitting in

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queues, some for over four hours, the accident having happened just

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after 2.00 this afternoon. Police and emergency services confirmed it

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involved three cars, a lorrx and emergency services confhrmed it

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involved three cars, a lorry and a involved three cars, a lorrx and a

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horsebox. A while ago, I went up the road and could see the vehicles are

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still there. There are a lot of emergency services still at the

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scene. The reason the northbound carriage way's open is they've been

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turning vehicles around, thdy've turning vehicles around, thdy've

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been turned and sent back down towards the direction of London.

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Earlier I spoke to one man who saw what had happened.

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I a lot of flames and black smoke. The smoke went many feet into the

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air. It was unrecognisable as a car. It must be. What else could cause a

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fire on the road that size? Police have still got this road closed.

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fire on the road that size? Police have still got this road closed The

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southbound side, if you're heading towards London, is reopen. But

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northbound remains shut for the time being. The Highways Agency belief it

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will remain shut until at ldast 2.00am this morning. This accident

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having caused disruption is likely to continue until late in into

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evening. A coroner raised concerns about the

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design of a hotel swimming pool where a couple drowned in April last

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year. Komba and Josephine were where a couple drowned in April last

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year. Komba and Josephine were found dead at the Downhall Countrx House

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dead at the Downhall Country House Hotel. The family want an apology

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and haven't ruled out legal action. Komba, who was 31, and married

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and haven't ruled out legal action. Komba, who was 31, and marrhed with

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Komba, who was 31, and married with two children, had gone to the hotel

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with Josephine, a 22`year`old nursing student from South East

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London. It was supposed to be a celebration of her birthday but it

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went tragically wrong. On April 27th, they went to the hotel pool.

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But neither could swim. Another guest saw them struggling but

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thought it was a prank. Both drowned. Today, an inquest jury in

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Chelmsford recorded a verdict of accidental death. The coroner said

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accidental death. The corondr said she had concerns about the design of

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the swimming pool. She said she'd register those concerns with the

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chartered institute of environmental health. Komba's brothers and sister

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have been in court throughout. health. Komba's brothers and sister

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have been in court throughott. They have been in court throughout. They

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heard evidence that the pool sloped too steeply. CCTV was inadequate.

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There was no lifeguard. It should have been avoided if there was a

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lifeguard. If there was somebody there they should have gone there to

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rescue him, both of them, obviously. The hotel pool has closed. There are

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no plans to reopen it. Komba's sister wants the down Downh`ll

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sister wants the down Downhall Country House Hotel to apologise.

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They haven't ruled out legal action. Today, the council said it had

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already carried out a full investigation. It will now decide

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whether or not to begin legal whether or not to begin legal

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proceedings in the wake of the two deaths.

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The jury in the case of three The jury in the case of three

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Mennaye cued of sex crimes `gainst Mennaye cued of sex crimes against

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teenage girls in Peterborough has retired to consider its verdict.

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retired to consider its verdict Cambridge Crown Court heard the

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youngsters, as young as 13 were bee fronteded by the men and sexually

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abused. Yasser alley, Daaim Ashraf and James daily all deny the charges

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of the The biotech industry is an hndustry

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which measures progress in decades rather than years. That's the

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warning from MPs who say the warning from MPs who say thd

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American drugs firm Pfizer must offer a long`term commitment before

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it can be allowed to take over Astra Zeneca. AstraZeneca is planning to

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move its headquarters to Calbridge. move its headquarters to Calbridge.

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Pfizer's only promised so far move its headquarters to Cambridge.

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Pfizer's only promised so f`r to Pfizer's only promised so f`r to

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keep work in the US for five Pfizer's only promised so far to

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keep work in the US for fivd years. MPs dismissed that promise of little

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value. Both companies put forward their

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case. Pfizer saying their takeover deal will go ahead. Astra Zdn cab,

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deal will go ahead. Astra Zen cab, their company, they say, colmitted

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their company, they say, committed to thousands of jobs and long`term

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research. Now, MPs asking for similar assurances from thel.

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research. Now, MPs asking for similar assurances from them. I'd

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like to see the company comlit similar assurances from thel. I d

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like to see the company commit to, if they were to merge their science

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activities, not to sack people as a result of duplication but to use

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that resource to develop new research. Which ever pharmaceutical

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company wins, they will be at research. Which ever pharmaceutical

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company wins, they will be `t the heart of the pie owe medical camp.

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This camp has ambitions to be at the cutting edge of research for decades

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to come. Pfizer have only commitsed though to five years.

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Now the Government being told to obtain longer guarantees from

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Pfizer. A commitment of fivd years Pfizer. A commitment of five years

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is of little value say the Commons select semi. In an industry that

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measures progress in decades not years.

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If there is a Pfizer bid for AstraZeneca and they make

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commitments as part of that, which we would expect them to do, we'd

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hold them to it. They could not break them. We would want robust

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commitments that they stick to. Who takes up residents here will be

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decided ultimately by shareholders. The power to decide which of these

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companies come to Cambridge lies with them regardless of what MPs or

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Government demand. Controversial plans to build a

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60`bed care home and sheltered accommodation in bricks worth have

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been given the go`ahead. The planning committee gave its

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approval. But Brixworth Parhsh approval. But Brixworth Parish

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Council is against the plans saying the facility is not needed `nd

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the facility is not needed and medical services will not cope.

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Hinchingbrooke was the only small hospital to make the short`list for

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the award of top hospitals. It was judged by an expert panel on 12 key

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medical inDick eighters. Those are your top stories. Now over to Stuart

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and Suzie for the rest of the programme.

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Still to come tonight, a sports day with a difference, with a double

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Olympic medal winner attending. And Olympic medal winner attending. And

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we will talk to Damon Hill `s Olympic medal winner attendhng. And

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we will talk to Damon Hill `s they celebrate 40 years at Silverstone.

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Childhood I can say is very rare, just 50 year `` cases a year. The

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family of Gracie had no idea family of Gracie had no idea

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anything was wrong until thdy family of Gracie had no ide`

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anything was wrong until they posted a photograph on social medi`.

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This was Gracie with her baby sister. A friend said that her I did

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not look right and that she could be killed. She was, she has eyd

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not look right and that she could be killed. She was, she has eye cancer.

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`` that she was poorly. Thex killed. She was, she has eyd cancer.

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`` that she was poorly. Thex are now giving support to the charity.

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So special that every six months the specialist makes her a new one.

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Perfectly painted her brilliant blue.

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Soon, she'll be old enough to have an eye that moves.

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This one is plastic. They take it out and then they wash it. Then they

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put it back in and then it feels good.

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At school in Northampton, four year old Gracie is no different

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We have two make sure that she is in a position where she is seeing

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clearly and during reading, I am aware of what she can see and what

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she is reading, but other than that, Gracie is just like all the other

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It was this snap that raised alarm bells.

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A friend on social media spotted that Gracie's eye looked different.

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In fact she had stage four retinoblastoma.

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So serious, the eye had to be removed.

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It is traumatic to lose an eye. To me, it was heartbreaking, bdcause

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me, it was heartbreaking, because that is something that I have looked

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at since she was born. It is a very special bond is looking in their

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eyes. For me, it was a loss. For two years,

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the Hyland family has been supported They're now ambassadors

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for the charity, taking part Crucially with childhood eye cancer,

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it's about knowing the signs. A white reflection or red exe in a

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photograph. And early diagnosis is very

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important to make sure that they can get treatment quickly to save their

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life. It is a fast`growing cancer, so every week would make a

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difference. There are limits on Gracie's future,

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she is not allowed to be a truck driver or a pilot. She is not

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bothered, she wants to be a teacher just like her teacher.

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64 years ago, there was somdthing 64 years ago, there was somdthing

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new in the sporting calendar. It was the very first Formula 1

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championship, it was held at Silverstone and the king was there.

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This year, they host their 50th This year, they host their 40th

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Grand Prix. Everyone joined in the celebrations.

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Milestone birthdays are usu`lly accompanied by special treats, and

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they had won its August and today. A collection of cars that took the

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flag on the circuit. It is like being a child on

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Christmas day. I am a big fan, I Christmas day. I am a big f`n, I

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wish that I could drive all of them here. It is always nice to discover

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new things. This year's Silverstone celebrates

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50 years. This driver, plus Damon Hill, received lots of attention,

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but the old cars with the stars on the grid.

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This comedy 's debut in 1977, it was the worst Formula 1 car to be `` he

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first Formula 1 car to be turbo`charged. This won the 199

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Grand Prix. This car one, and Damon Hill

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thrilled a legion of fans when he drove this to glory in 1996.

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Whilst his glory came in thhs car, tickets will be thin on the ground

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this summer if Lewis Hamilton continues to win.

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Every time Lewis wins, our tickets rise. We are very excited that he is

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winning. This season's cars don't sotnd

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This season's cars don't sound anything like the classics. Whilst

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this car gave a short burst, the veterans would not be too pleased.

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He just drove the car and he veterans would not be too pleased.

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He just drove the car and he broke it. It is 31 years old, I think it

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is just an oil leak. Fast and fragile, the winners back

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on the start line for old thme's on the start line for old time's

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sake. I talked to Damon Hill and asked

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sake. I talked to Damon Hill and `sked him

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whether being reunited with that car had taken him back in time.

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It certainly does. This is the car I won the championship in and I had a

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very intimate experience, you could call it, in this car. You bdcome

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call it, in this car. You become united with the car and you live out

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these intense experiences as a driver, winning the championship.

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What are your memories of the year that ended so brilliantly for you?

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There are so many. It is difficult to talk about it, but crosshng the

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line after a tough season in Japan and getting out of the car `nd

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and getting out of the car and realising that I had done it. It was

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the best feeling in the world. Now you are at Silverstone for this

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special anniversary. Tell us about the circuit, because it has changed

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quite a lot. It has changed a lot, but it has retained its character is

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a challenging circuit. A lot of the new circuits are quite tight, this

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is one that is like an airfield, it is one that is like an airfield, it

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pays back a driver who has a good engine. It is also surrounddd

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pays back a driver who has ` good engine. It is also surrounded by

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engine. It is also surrounddd by hundreds of thousands of fans who

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know everything about motor racing and will be there to support you if

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you win. I can imagine that that is very

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important. This year, looking at this season, another British driver

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doing extremely well. What xou this season, another British driver

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doing extremely well. What xou make about what has happened with Lewis

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Hamilton? Yes, it is a change around, for the

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last four years it was about Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel. Now

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Mercedes have got their act together. Lewis took a gamble, went

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to the Mercedes team, peopld thought he was mad, but they are very

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competitive this year. They are the best team and he is bracing with a

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very tight championship battle, and he will come to the British Grand

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Prix with an enormous amount of expectation and an opportunity to go

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expectation and an opportunhty to go closer to another world title will

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stop. And Red Bull not as dominant as they

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have been. Can they hit back? That is the big question. Renault have

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come out with something that is difficult to change in the middle of

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difficult to change in the liddle of the season, but they are working

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very hard. It would be great if they could overcome their deficit and

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compete with Mercedes, just as they found wanting to see them r`ce.

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compete with Mercedes, just as they found wanting to see them race. But

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found wanting to see them r`ce. But Lewis has the advantage and will

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encapsulate on that while he Lewis has the advantage and will

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encapsulate on that while hd can. After the London Olympics, dveryone

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was talking about the legacy. After the London Olympics, everyone

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was talking about the legacy. Today in Essex, there was a speci`l games

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designed to carry on that Olympics momentum.

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Double medal winner Rebecca Adlington was the special guest,

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Double medal winner Rebecca Adlington was the special gtest and

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the children had their own questions.

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She has had her success, but Rebecca Adlington is still bending over

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backwards to encourage the next generation to keep fit and have fun.

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It is what legacy games Day is all about.

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It is about getting everyone It is about getting everyond

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active. It is not about competition, it is about everyone

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playing with everyone, everxone is excited, which is great.

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I think so many people keep on saying what a legacy has there

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I think so many people keep on saying what a legacy has thdre been

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saying what a legacy has there been from the games? That was thd

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saying what a legacy has thdre been from the games? That was the motto

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from London 2012. It is so difficult to judge, but things like this

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today, getting everyone involved, it is creating a legacy, which is the

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best thing. Now retired from swimming, she loves

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working with children who were as working with children who were as

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keen about discovering her life in the jungle.

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We had to eat a crocodile. I heard that you pee in the Paul. I

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do not always pee in the swhmming do not always pee in the swimming

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pool. What was it like to meet her? It was

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really good. I was inspired by how she was dedicated to win.

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It was really amazing to medt she was dedicated to win.

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It was really amazing to meet her she was dedicated to win.

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It was really amazing to medt her in real life.

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1000 children from ten local schools. Organisers quick off the

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mark to exploit London's legacy. mark to exploit London's legacy

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When I found out about winning mark to exploit London's legacy.

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When I found out about winning the Olympics, which was fantasthc,

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When I found out about winnhng the Olympics, which was fantastic, it

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was really for us to think `bout how it could engage or distant gauge ``

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disengaged children. It was about engaging all children in fun

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activities. It is great that they see that I am

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a normal person. I think some It is great that they see that I am

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a normal person. I think sole people think that athletes are super heroes

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and they ask what IE did. Id think that athletes are supdr heroes

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and they ask what IE did. Ie to think that athletes are super heroes

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and they ask what IE did. Id to what they eat. We are all very normal. ``

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they ask what I eat. We want to get them all involved.

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It is the fourth of these legacy It is the fourth of these ldgacy

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games to get children involved. With Rebecca's help, it is working.

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The boy in the Red Hat had ` slow The boy in the Red Hat had ` slow

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start, but he seemed to catch up. I think he won.

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It has been a beautiful day. A number of places got to 20 degrees.

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Places started at much colder Places started at much colder

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temperatures. And the temperatures will go up, they will stay through

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the weekend, bringing warm and will go up, they will stay through

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the weekend, bringing warm and sunny weather. If you are thinking about

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plans for the weekend, it is looking warm and sunny. These satellite

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pictures show how much sunshine we have had across the region. It has

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been a bit cold on the coast, but certainly a fine evening for all of

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us. A dry night with clear spells. We might have some mist patches.

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Temperatures tonight, with that warm air, they should not drop as low as

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last night. Towns and cities, take off a a few degrees if you `re in

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the countryside. A light wind. Tomorrow, there should be more

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sunshine and it should warm up during the Dave will stop averages

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may climb higher than today. We are looking at highs of 20 Celsius,

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looking at highs of 20 Celshus, possibly up to 21 or 22 Celsius. The

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possibly up to 21 or 22 Celsius The numbers on their work around the

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coast with the breeze, but a numbers on their work around the

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coast with the breeze, but ` fine afternoon. What happens next? This

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is the pressure pattern for the weekend, we have high`pressure right

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across the British Isles. Stnday into Monday, it starts to change.

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The low pressure will move hn, but The low pressure will move hn, but

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it is not expected to get us until later on Monday, but it will mean

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that, after a dry start, it will go downhill. Make the most of the next

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view days, up to 20 Celsius, with showers arriving by Monday.

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We might go. That is all from us for this

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evening. See you tomorrow. Goodbye. at the European elections

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on May the 22nd. even though that would wreck

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the recovery and destroy jobs.

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