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20 degrees. We need to keep a close eye on development is over the next

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couple of days. The Prime Minister tells Look East

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any deal has to work for Calbridge. We are making sure that whatever the

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outcome, Britain is a winner. Promotion hands the U?s a place

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in league football The Chelsea garden to

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ease combat stress. And the Look East World Cup

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countdown begins with the Norfolk The Prime Minister has told

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Look East today that the Government will ensure Cambridge does continue

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as a super hub for science. It comes on the day

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a multi`billion pound bid to take The company is in the process

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of moving its global headqu`rters A fourth and final offer

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by the American drugs giant Pfizer And there's growing hope that

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around 2000 jobs In a moment we'll get

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the reaction locally with But first this, from our political

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correspondent Andrew Sinclahr. The Prime Minister is on the

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campaign trail, talking up the opportunity and the opportunities

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for jobs. He joked with students on the car mechanics course. I'm

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standing here wasting my tile? But standing here wasting my tile? But

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people haven't always been nothing in Harlow. The empty Glaxo Smith

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Kline building down the road is the reminder of another merger between

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two drugs companies which resulted two drugs companies which resulted

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in 380 job losses. As he totred two drugs companies which rdsulted

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in 380 job losses. As he toured the college, there were suggesthons

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in 380 job losses. As he totred the college, there were suggestions that

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this latest merger may be running into problems. Nevertheless, the

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Prime Minister told me he would do all he could to ensure Cambridge

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doesn't lose out. The role for the government is not to stand back as

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government is not to stand back, as some have suggested, but to engage

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with both companies and makd sure that whatever the outcome, we

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protect British science, research and develop mint, that we make sure

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and develop mint, that we m`ke sure all companies are committed to the

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very important work of making Cambridge such a super hub for these

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industries in our country. Ht Pfizer industries in our country. Ht Pfizer

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are about to walk away, it will have something to do with ride the

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company received from MPs l`st something to do with ride the

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company received from MPs last week. company received from MPs l`st week.

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They attacked the company over its track record and asked for firm

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assurances about jobs and investment in Cambridge, which the company

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couldn't give. I'm cautiously optimistic now that we will see

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AstraZeneca staying here, moving their local headquarters and

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research Centre here in Cambridge and also to have Pfizer as `

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separate company. I've been saying all the way along that I thought the

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best thing for Cambridge, the East of England and Britain was have both

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companies here as separate companies. It looks like th`t's what

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we've got. If this proposed merger is off, the Government will be very

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relieved because it would probably have been impossible to tie Pfizer

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to a binding deal. But on this occasion, making a lot of noise

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seems to have worked. Let's go live now to the new

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AstraZeneca site in Cambridge Mike, with this latest offer

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from Pfizer rejected, is there a feeling tonight that

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a takeover is now off the c`rds I don't think people really do think

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it is completely off the cards. If they do, we certainly haven't seen

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anybody celebrating. Remember, anybody celebrating. Remembdr,

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Pfizer could launch a hostile takeover bid, they have until Monday

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takeover bid, they have unthl Monday to do that. Then there's a six`month

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cooling off period and this all could happen all over again. But for

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now, yes, it's AstraZeneca who will be building their HQ here.

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A face`off between two colossal pharmaceutical companies.

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It's made headlines across the globe, but what do they

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AstraZeneca's headquarters will go here, across the road from

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New neighbours who have just announced 9 million

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We've been looking forward dver since they announced they were

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coming to building relationships and arranging interactions,

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because I think that's good for us, for them and for the country.

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The board have said no to Pfizer, but the company's shareholddrs

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People in the science community here say this takeover bid has

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They want it finally over so they can get back to bushness.

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An industry here where some are surprised Pfizer have pulled out.

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I'm delighted but surprised this morning.

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Perhaps the negotiating tactics yesterday afternoon,

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after the conference call they had with the board of AstraZeneca,

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But certainly in the short term it's over the March

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Whether Pfizer will lick their wounds, regroup and come back

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with a different strategy l`ter in the year, we don't know.

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Drug company Horizon Discovery is Cambridge's second`largest

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Pfizer, they say, may not have gone for good.

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I honestly don't believe if Pfizer had come here it would have impact

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They have a track record of aligning with the big technology

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I think Cambridge would have fitted that strategy.

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But for the broader, long`term plc benefits, I think the

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benefit of AstraZeneca staying as sole contained company is greater.

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Pfizer has a week to seduce shareholders.

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If not, all advances for AstraZeneca are off for at least six months

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The takeover talk has caused a lot of unrest amongst the science

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community. If it doesn't happen now, it could happen in November. But it

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Pfizer do walk away, then all the pressure will turn to AstraZeneca.

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It will be up to them to deliver all they have promised.

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It's two months now since 900 workers in Corby were told

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they no longer had jobs, with the closure of Solway Foods.

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But early indications suggest that people are finding new work

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Latest figures show the number claiming job seekers

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allowance has remained constant at 3.5%, and a number of businesses

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A new production line making a new range of crisps, offering new hope

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range of crisps, offering ndw hope for some of the 900 workers made

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redundant from Solway. We are And was this recruitment fahr,

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held in March, which helped direct And so for the job losses at Solway

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don't seem to have led to a significant rise in the number

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of people claiming jobseeker's allowance, meaning there's ` growing

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optimism that Corby's economy has been absorbing the worst effects

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of Solway's closure. As to date very few of those individuals have

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made a claim. So the good news is we've got lots

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of people finding employment. 138 people applied

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for jobs. Those applications are still being

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processed, so we are very hopeful that a good number will get some

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of those 60 to 70 jobs. But however welcome today's news,

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there's no escaping the fact that Corby's unemployment

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rate is above the national `verage, We are working really hard with the

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local council, the job centre and local businesses

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to make sure that the people leaving Solway, with

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those great skills and the food industry, can find new employment

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and opportunities. There's just been I've been speaking to some

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of the workers leaving the site. They told me that the majorhty

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of people who now work here our They told me that the majorhty

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of people who now work here are agency workers, there are perhaps

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fewer than 100 people left on site. Those that do remain here whll

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continue to work until August, when they will clock off

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for the final time. And only then will we get

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a true idea of the impact But as one worker told me, this town

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survived the loss of its steelworks Now, after nine years in the

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non`league wilderness, Cambridge Not only did they win

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their play`off yesterday and gain promotion, the victory is worth

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around ?1 million in extra revenue. Money the club desperately needs

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if it's to fund its ambitions. Our sports editor Jonathan

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Park was at Wembley. Twice this season Cambridge United

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fans have been asked to walk down Wembley Way. Twice they've been loud

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and proud. Winning the FA Trophy was a bonus and victory in the

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conference play`off final was a bonus and victory in the

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conference play`off final was really all that mattered. We are not really

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worried about the quality of the game. We are more worried about the

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result. This is what both sides game. We are more worried about the

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result. This is what both shdes are result. This is what both shdes are

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playing for today, the conference playing for today, the conference

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play`off trophy. For Cambridge, it's been nine years since they were in

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the Football League. Gateshdad, the Football League. Gateshead,

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much, but one way or the other this is going to go to Gateshead or

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Cambridge. 24 hours after an epic Cup Final, Cambridge and Gateshead

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were out to prove the conference final group match the drama.

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Cambridge have spent 45 of the 6 Cambridge have spent 45 of the 46

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weeks in a regular`season inside the top two, and they had the bdst of

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top two, and they had the best of the early exchanges. After that,

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Gateshead were on top until just after half`time, when Cambrhdge fans

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after half`time, when Cambridge fans were rewarded with a Wemblex goal

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were rewarded with a Wembley goal and a Wembley celebration. Tnited

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and a Wembley celebration. United have the lead. Man of the m`tch

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and a Wembley celebration. Tnited have the lead. Man of the match and

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have the lead. Man of the m`tch and Ryan Donaldson had crossed. He was

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given the opportunity to become a hero himself. He saved his best for

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when it really mattered. Thdre was later drama when Gateshead scored

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and heartbreak for Cambridgd skipper and heartbreak for Cambridgd skipper

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Ian Miller, who ruptured his Achilles tendon. But his te`m had

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Achilles tendon. But his team had done it. Finally, nine years after

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they were relegated. What does this mean for all those fans over there?

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The third time in the final... We've done it for them. Is it possible you

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could mount a challenge next season? Let's see what the summer brings.

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It's all about recruitment. If we can bring the right players and add

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to what we've got then maybe, yes. We are in a good position

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financially now, we can go from strength to strength. Promotion is

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worth around ?1 million. After a well earned summer break, Rhchard

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Money will plan for a new chapter in the club's history, going up in the

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Late this afternoon the Cambridge United chairman and lifelong fan

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Dave Doggett came into the studio, after a night of celebrating.

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We had a fantastic time. All season the players have been very

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disciplined, but they came back to the club at last night we did

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disciplined, but they came back to the club at last night we dhd party

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quite hard. What time did you get in? I got in at four a.m.. Talk us

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through what is what. The one at the front is the FA Trophy. This one is

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for being runners`up in the premier conference. This one was aw`rded

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for being runners`up in the premier conference. This one was awarded to

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conference. This one was aw`rded to us at Craven Cottage last week,

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conference. This one was awarded to us at Craven Cottage last wdek, the

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national game awards for the us at Craven Cottage last week, the

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national game awards for thd team us at Craven Cottage last wdek, the

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national game awards for the team of the year. At the end of 100 minutes

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yesterday, this was raised tp in front of me, we got promoted back

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into the Football League. Incredible. All this has big

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financial implications for the club. This year, we should be posting the

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best financial results for 25 to 30 years. We will be in the black.

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best financial results for 25 to 30 years. We will be in the bl`ck. So

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the million pound additional funding is on top of expenditure of about

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just under 2 million. We ard is on top of expenditure of about

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just under 2 million. We are getting just under 2 million. We are getting

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?1 million for that match ydsterday. ?1 million for that match ydsterday.

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Next year, what does that hold? We've seen lots of clubs do very

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well off the back of promotion. We've seen lots of clubs do very

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well off the back of promothon. High well off the back of promotion. High

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hopes? I think what is so pleasing to me is the squad is young and

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hungry. With Richard at the helm, with the support staff we'vd got, we

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with the support staff we've got, we could go up another league hn a year

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could go up another league in a year or two. Congratulations and thank

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you for joining us. And you can hear more about

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the success of Cambridge United on a special programme being broadcast

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now on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Now it's over to Stewart

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for the rest of the programle. Still to come, just 23 days to go

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and the World Cup countdown begins. And hope on the horizon, a garden in

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celebration of the soldiers in Colchester.

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The issue of whether we should stay in or get out of Europe has been

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centre stage during this eldction campaign. But what do business

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leaders want to do? Our business correspondent Richard Bond has been

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They wage war on unwanted saplings. Wood chipper is are in demand all

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over the world. This factorx in Stowmarket makes 600 machines

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over the world. This factory in Stowmarket makes 600 machinds every

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year. Europe is the main foreign market. This machine is for France.

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But some people want Britain to leave the EU.

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I think it is too expensive for us to be in. We can trade on otr

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I think it is too expensive for us to be in. We can trade on our own

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merits. We want to buy other nation's prof `` products.

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Supporters of the European Union say Supporters of the European Union say

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that it would put jobs at rhsk Supporters of the European Tnion say

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that it would put jobs at rhsk to leave the EU. With the proximity

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that it would put jobs at risk to leave the EU. With the proxhmity to

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leave the EU. With the proximity to the port, this region should do well

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trading with Europe. Last year, the port, this region should do well

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trading with Europe. Last ydar, we trading with Europe. Last year, we

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sold ?15 billion worth of goods and services to the EU. But the trade

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has been stagnating. Six ye`rs services to the EU. But the trade

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has been stagnating. Six years ago, has been stagnating. Six years ago,

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more of our exports went to the EU, only 30% of the rest of the world.

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Now it is 60% the EU, 40% of the rest of the world.

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Stephen runs a logistics firm dealing with goods flowing through

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Felixstowe. He wants to be remain part of the EU, but with less red

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tape. We need to look at the tape. We need to look at the

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International trade regulations, International trade regulations,

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International trade regulathons particularly with the European

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particularly with the Europdan Union, to see how they could be

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relaxed so that the UK could do more trade with the rest of the world.

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Most business people I meet in the region say that the European Union

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is not perfect, but they are region say that the European Union

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is not perfect, but they ard not region say that the European Union

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is not perfect, but they are not in is not perfect, but they ard not in

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favour of leaving, they want a better deal. Whether we get one will

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affect trade with sports like this. And, in case you missed it,

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the Sunday Politics yesterday hosted a live debate on the Euro elections

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from the University of Bedfordshire Labour, the Lib Dems,

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the Conservatives, UKIP and You can find the programme on BBC

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iPlayer. Go to the website and search

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for Sunday Politics East. A garden designed to help pdople who

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have been scarred by war has been Hope on the Horizon symbolises the

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long road to recovery for those who After the show, it will be

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replanted at the Help For Hdroes The inspiration was easy, the

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planning meticulous. The final result, small but perfectly formed.

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This is a garden designed to help those who have been scarred by war.

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As you enter the garden, yot are faced with a view that goes through

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the centre. That focuses all attention on the sculpture `t

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the centre. That focuses all attention on the sculpture at the

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attention on the sculpture `t the back of the garden, which reflects

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the title of the garden, Hope on the Horizon. It is the horizon line. As

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Horizon. It is the horizon line As you move through the space, all the

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soldiers move through recovdry, it soldiers move through recovery, it

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becomes more refined. It is designed for men like Rory

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Mackenzie who lost his leg. It was three years of withdrawal and

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embarrassment, but now it is part of who I am. I do not care. The

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embarrassment, but now it is part of who I am. I do not care. Thd garden

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echoes that. It is very peaceful and tranquil.

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The walk through this garden takes just a fewer seconds, but it

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symbolises that the road to recovery can be long for those who have come

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can be long for those who h`ve come back from the battlefield.

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I think it is important to remember that, for many people, the war in

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Afghanistan is coming to a close, but for other people it will carry

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on. This is a great place where people who have been affectdd by the

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people who have been affected by the war who need a bit of peace and

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quiet, they can sit here and have a few moments to themselves.

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He was not the only famous face at Chelsea, they were all out to admire

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the displays. Amongst the many Chelsea, they were all out to admire

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the displays. Amongst the many show gardens was another that reflected

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on the war. No man's land, ` on the war. No man's land, `

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landscaped carved by years of conflict. The Chelsea judges have

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come to inspect Matthew's garden. We are not allowed to film the

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judges, what are they looking at? They are looking at everything

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judges, what are they looking at? They are looking at everythhng that

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They are looking at everything that you have done wrong and everything

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you have done right. They whll pull you have done right. They will pull

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it to bits. Hope on the Horizon will be

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dismantled in a few days, btt Hope on the Horizon will be

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dismantled in a few days, but will be replanted at the recoverx

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dismantled in a few days, btt will be replanted at the recovery centre

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in Colchester. Tonight in look East, it is a big

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night, it is our countdown to the World Cup. Darren will be seeing the

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World Cup. Darren will be sdeing the action.

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Norwich City's Stadium and some Brazilian sunshine. It is the

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Norfolk cup final and a big night for fans and players at Wroxham, a

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for fans and players at Wroxham a big night to for the assistant

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referee Darren Cann. It is his last game before he flies to the World

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Cup. The referees have had to qu`lify

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like the players. We have had The referees have had to qualify

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like the players. We have h`d World like the players. We have h`d World

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Cup qualifying games. It is to that selection process that they have

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chosen 25 trio is going to Brazil. Darren is part of a trio that

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includes people who were in charge of the World Cup final four years

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ago. It is a high`pressure business, he once felt be warmth of Alex

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Ferguson's hairdryer for aw`rding a Ferguson's hairdryer for aw`rding a

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penalty against Manchester Tnited. How did he concentrate?

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He talks to himself. I did used How did he concentrate?

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He talks to himself. I did tsed to He talks to himself. I did used to

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talk out loud, but I have to temper that now, because the referde

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talk out loud, but I have to temper that now, because the referee and

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the other official can hear everything that I say. So I have two

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talk in my head. Watch him in action, and Darren is a

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study in concentration. He hs Watch him in action, and Darren is a

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study in concentration. He hs always on the move, dancing around the

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touchline, samba style. Gorleston win the game and the

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referees don't have any difficult decisions to make. Now 45, Brazil

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will be Darren's last tourn`ment for will be Darren's last tournament for

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fever. `` FIFA.

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I am a passionate football fan and an England fan. We want them to do

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well, hopefully if they get out of the tough group, they might

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progress. I would like to hear from you if you

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have a World Cup story or are organising an event. Please get in

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contact via Twitter or you can e`mail me.

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Darren has been there and done that in football. He has the medals

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Darren has been there and done that in football. He has the med`ls and

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souvenirs to prove it. A second appearance is unlikely. But he would

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be happy to see England there instead.

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He is quite a mover. Just to remind you, you can contact Mike on his

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e`mail. If you want to get him on Twitter, there is the address. He is

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always on Twitter, so you will reach always on Twitter, so you whll reach

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him very easily. I saw you dancing earlier, I

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him very easily. I saw you dancing earlier, H will

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I saw you dancing earlier, I will not do that right now.

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We had some beautiful sunshhne at this weekend, temperatures at 25

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Celsius. Many places reached that temperature again today. What are

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shown in Suffolk not that far behind, making it warmer th`n

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behind, making it warmer than Lanzarote and other places that you

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might think of going on holiday Lanzarote and other places that you

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might think of going on holhday to. Maybe you should stay at home,

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because we have had impresshve because we have had impressive

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temperatures. Not too bad tomorrow. It has been a bit cold at the coast

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because of a breeze. For many others tonight, it will stay dry. Summer

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showers around, and some of those could be heavy and Hungary.

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Temperatures after a warm day, for many of us about 13 or 14 Cdlsius.

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many of us about 13 or 14 Celsius. Perhaps 11 Celsius in the

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countryside. Wind using. `` getting less strong. The weather is wet to

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the west, we will see some further showers tomorrow. If you do is see

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one tomorrow, there could bd showers tomorrow. If you do is see

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one tomorrow, there could be some one tomorrow, there could be some

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thunder and lightning. Although we will have more cloud around, there

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should be some sunshine. Thd temperatures will be 72 Fahrenheit.

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Colder on the East Coast, because temperatures will be 72 Fahrenheit.

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Colder on the East Coast, bdcause we Colder on the East Coast, bdcause we

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will have that wind. Tomorrow, a moderate south wind. So, today,

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there will be some cloud around, moderate south wind. So, today,

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there will be some cloud around, but some dry weather for most of us A

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risk of thunder and lightning for others.

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At the weekend, there is a slight change. On Wednesday, there will be

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a chance to see more showers. There could be some longer spells of rain.

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We should see some dry weather in between with the sunshine.

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Temperatures at 16 or 17 Celsius. , the weather could be a few degrees

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higher. We will be in double the weather could be a few degrees

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higher. We will be in doubld figures for a few nights and then slightly

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colder on Friday. If you are going to Lanzarote, it's

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looks better in Lanzarote than here. See you tomorrow. Good night.

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'The last two generations have been robbed of an opportunity

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'And yet it has greater impact on our everyday lives than anything

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'We need to put this issue to bed now,

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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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'another three million people in Britain by 2020.

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'Our public services are already stretched.

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'The pressure on schools, housing, hospitals in huge.'

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While we stay in the EU, we cannot control who comes into our county.

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