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drawn comparisons between Vladimir Putin's That's all from the BBC News

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Just hours away from extradhtion. Actions in Ukraine

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We understand a Northampton couple facing fraud

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charges in the US are being held at Heathrow Airport tonight.

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The hospital once threatened with closure now named the best

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The politicians are out on the day before two electhons

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The replica First World War plane that will be a centrepiece

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First tonight, we understand a Northampton couple facing fraud

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charges in America are just hours away from being extradited.

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It's thought Paul and Sandr` Dunham are being held at Heathrow Airport

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tonight and will be flown ott to the US tomorrow.

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The Dunhams have fought a long battle against extradition

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and last week attempted suicide on the day they were due to flx out.

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Today has been a day of speculation and confusion, though if the US and

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and confusion, though if thd US and the UK authorities do not give

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running commentaries on extradition proceedings, so the information we

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have is from the couple themselves. That is limited. They believe they

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were being moved from the prison they were being held them to

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Heathrow Airport to board a flight to the US this afternoon. Instead,

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they are in a different prison cell here.

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This is another dramatic twhst in This is another dramatic twhst in

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what has been a dramatic week for what has been a dramatic wedk for

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the couple. Last Thursday, they were supposed to hand themselves over to

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American authorities. Inste`d, supposed to hand themselves over to

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American authorities. Inste`d, they were taken to hospital after

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attempting to take their own lives. They have been fighting extradition

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for the past 18 months. Now, it seems they can fight no more.

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Tonight, we understand they are being held at Heathrow police

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station. They are expected to be flown out to the States tomorrow

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afternoon. Their case has been afternoon. Their case has bden

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followed by BBC Radio 4 fountain. The day has been high on dr`ma

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followed by BBC Radio 4 fountain. The day has been high on drama and

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The day has been high on dr`ma and short on detail. Paul Dunham's

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short on detail. Paul Dunhal's father went to visit him yesterday,

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having just established what the visiting times were, and having got

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home, he finds a message from him saying that the state of extradition

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they thought they had got h`d been revoked and they would be flying out

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to America. The couple are `ccused to America. The couple are accused

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of defrauding the American company where they worked. Paul Dunham is

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said to have embezzled more than $1 million while his wife allegedly

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helped him. Both deny the charges. In 2010, they lost a civil case in

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the US. Criminal proceedings followed and in December 2001 they

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followed and in December 2011 they were indicted by a grand jury on

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fraud charges. The US again extradition proceedings, and in

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February they lost a High Court battle to stop them. In Aprhl, their

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battle to stop them. In April, their case was rejected by the European

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Court of Human Rights. Last week, after failing to report to police,

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and an attempt on their livds, after failing to report to police,

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and an attempt on their lives, they and an attempt on their lives, they

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were remanded in custody by Westminster magistrates. David

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Bermingham knows how they will feel, Bermingham knows how they whll feel,

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he was one of three edition businessmen arrested on fratd

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charges and extract it to America charges and extract it to Alerica

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in. He served time in an American in. He served time in an Amdrican

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jail after agreeing to a plea jail after agreeing to a plea

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bargain. Most of them end in plea bargains, because the perils of

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going to trial and losing so disproportionate, the costs are

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enormous, you can never get them back even if you win. They will be

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faced with a public defender who will almost certainly recommend from

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the first moment that they set by way of a plea bargain. The couple

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have an anxious night ahead. Tomorrow, they will be taking a

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flight into the unknown. We believe they will be held down

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the road from here until lunchtime tomorrow, then able be taken

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directly to an aircraft bound for the United States. This is by no

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means confirmed, but it seems means confirmed, but it seels

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logical that will be the 4:30pm flight to Baltimore in Maryland

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where they face the Ford and money`laundering charges. As is

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usual in these cases, we thhnk money`laundering charges. As is

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usual in these cases, we think they will be accompanied by US ahr

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will be accompanied by US air marshals. They will be the last to

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board the aircraft and the first to disembark. What will happen to them

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when they arrive in the States? Shortly after landing, they are

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expected to appear before a magistrate judge in the state of

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Maryland. It will be for thd judge Maryland. It will be for thd judge

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to decide what happens next, when the next hearing will be, whether or

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not they will receive bail, and where and when they will be held in

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custody if bail is not granted. For the first time, the indictment,

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the first time, the indictmdnt, which has remained sealed, will be

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put to the couple. The US technology firm Aeroflex,

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which employs 400 staff in Stevenage,

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has been bought by the Brithsh`based It's paying more than ?500 million

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for the American firm, and hs also If the workers at the UK

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headquarters knew about the sale of their company, they were keeping

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headquarters knew about the sale of their company, they were kedping it

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to themselves. No thoughts? Any thoughts? In its biggest ever deal,

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Cobham will pay ?548 million for the company and take on more than

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Cobham will pay ?548 million for the company and take on more th`n ? 00

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million off its debts. The firm specialises largely in defence

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related contracts such as producing the nozzles for refuelling fighter

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jets, but as governments tighten their budgets, it needs to expand

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into the commercial communications and software sector. Aerofldx has

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that expertise, it made the components for the robotic `rm on

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components for the robotic arm on the Mars rover and it makes wireless

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systems in medical scanners. When your firm is about to be taken over

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by a big company, you might feel twitchy. Have the Aeroflex workers

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reason to be fearful? Analysts say probably not, because in this

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probably not, because in thhs building behind me, they are testing

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building behind me, they ard testing high`speed mobile Data

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Communications Bill systems. That is high`tech, it is also commercially

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highly attractive. There is commonality between the Cobham

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business in the US and Aeroflex's business in the US and Aeroflex s

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civil business. Therefore, they can share some research and devdlopment,

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share some research and development, procurement and utilise the global

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distribution network. But there is concern in Stevenage that high`value

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concern in Stevenage that hhgh`value jobs could leave the area. There is

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an active cluster in Steven`ge in an active cluster in Steven`ge in

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the aerospace industry and in the the aerospace industry and hn the

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defence industry am a British aerospace and the satellite makers.

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It is important we continue to reinforce that sector and cluster

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within Stevenage. This local enterprise was once part of

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Marconi, before the Americans took it over, but by the autumn, it is

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likely to end up under Brithsh likely to end up under British

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ownership. Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been

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named the best in the country for the quality

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of care it gives to patients. For a hospital once branded

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as failing and threatened with closure, the accolade is both

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welcome and significant. Hinchingbrooke Hospital opens

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in Huntingdon in 1993. A ?22 milllion Treatment Centre

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forced the hospital into debts rising to more than ?40

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million by 2009. It was branded a clinical

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and financial basket case. In 2012,

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it became the first NHS hospital to Hinchingbrooke was given

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a clean bill of health by the Care Quality Commission in December

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2013, and the performance of its A department rose frol 10 nd

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in the country to number four. And in March this year came

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the announcement the hospital's Three years ago, the then hdalth

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Minister described Hinchingbrooke Hospital as a basket case. Now, he

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would have to change his ophnion. It would have to change his ophnion. It

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has been ranked top for patient would have to change his opinion. It

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has been ranked top for patient care by a company which crunches the data

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for all hospitals in the country by a company which crunches the data

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for all hospitals in the country and comes up with the league table. They

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let me know what was going on, what they were going to do, and I

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let me know what was going on, what they were going to do, and H always

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they were going to do, and I always felt that I was not just another

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bed, I felt I was an individual. It is the only hospital in the country

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which is managed by a private company, while staying withhn the

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company, while staying within the NHS. It is 50% owned by its

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employees. The switch at thd time employees. The switch at thd time

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was hugely controversial. We employees. The switch at the time

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was hugely controversial. We are not complacent, we are striving really

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hard to make things better for patients every day of the week.

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hard to make things better for patients every day of the wdek. We

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are looking at our nursing purposes, rooting out inconsistencies, all of

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the clinical services that we deliver to make sure that wd are

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deliver to make sure that we are constantly seeking to improve them

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for patients. This baby is just a few hours old, the nurse is checking

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her hearing. The maternity unit is her hearing. The maternity tnit is

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one of the smallest in the region, one of only a queue to get the

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highest rating for safety. The health union is still sceptical

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about the latest success. It is a small district general hosphtal

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about the latest success. It is a small district general hospital, it

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does not deal with the same level of patient as a hospital such `s

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patient as a hospital such as Addenbrooke's, because of the Qu?bec

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city of the operations, there are much greater risks of mortality

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there, and a much big problem much greater risks of mortality

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there, and a much big probldm of there, and a much big problem of

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getting people back out into the community. Feeling very proud

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getting people back out into the community. Feeling very protd of the

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community. Feeling very proud of the hospital and the staff, it gives me

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confidence that the changes that we have been trying to implement to

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improve patient care and patient experience are starting to show the

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shoots of green grass, and we are in the right direction. Circle took

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over in 2012 when debts had ballooned, growing at 10 million a

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year. Now, it is on course for a surplus, a financial turnaround to

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match its number one spot in the patient care league.

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Robbie Grabarz, the Olympic medal`winning high jumper

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from Cambridgeshire, has been ruled out of the rest of the athldtics

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He'll miss the Commonwealth Games and the European Championships.

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He won bronze at the 2012 London Olympics.

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However, he's been nursing a tendon injury in his left knee for a year.

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Those are the top stories, now it is over to Stuart and Susie for the

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rest of the programme. A lovely bit of First World War

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history courtesy of Roger

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and his biplane. Mary cannot remember how to put

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a shirt on a hanger but now her daughter has helped

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understanding the problems. After a long election campaign,

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today is the final day on the road And two of the party leaders chose

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to spend the day here in the East. The Labour leader Ed Miliband has

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been in Milton Keynes and Bedford and Natalie Bennett the leader of

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the Greens has been in Cambridge. With the details

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and his assessment of the campaign as a whole here's our polithcal

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correspondent Andrew Sinclair. This was the day that Labour proved

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that it can organise a boozd up After yesterday,

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when he forgot the name of a local councillor, Ed Miliband

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seemed much happier today t`lking about the cost of living with staff

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and apprentices at this brewery An hour earlier, he had been doing

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the same thing at the All part of a nationwide

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last`minute push for votes. I think people should vote

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for Labour tomorrow to make a real difference,

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tackle the cost of living crisis and let's get our country working

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again for working people. A lot of talk

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about people being switched off By showing them that real

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change is possible. A lot of the focus on this dlection

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has been on how well UKIP will do. If any party needs to do well

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this year, it is Labour. This time next year,

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he would like to be Prime Minister. To show that they are

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on course to do that, Labour need a strong showing tomorrow,

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not just here in Milton Keynes, in other Labour strongholds like

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Cambridge, Norwich, Great Y`rmouth. Opinion is divided over

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whether last`minute election visits are a sign of desperation or

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growing confidence. On Monday, the Prime Ministdr

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dropped into Harlow, where his party If he can make gains here,

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or anywhere else, it will be a sign Feeling very confident,

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the leader of the Green party. Her party expects to pick up

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a lot of the protest vote. There is obviously a lot

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of disgruntled Lib Dem voters with tuition fees, nuclear power,

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nuclear weapons. There is also a lot of former Labour

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voters who find that Labour is just way too wishy`washy

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and close to the Tories. And there are ex`Tory voters who

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feel strongly on the issue On the doorstep and

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on the radio phone ins, it has been clear that there is

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a lot of voter dissatisfacthon with UKIP is hoping to be

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the main beneficiary. People have been coming up

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on the street who have not voted for 15 or 20 years saying, "Thank

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you, you have given us a choice "You have put those choices on the

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ballot paper that we believd in " I think we have helped to

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reenergise British democracx. The Lib Dems know these

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elections will be tough but hope I think it is a tremendouslx

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important time for Europe and We have a chance to define

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the kind of place we are. And after six weeks

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of campaigning, there is nothing Well, the polls open at seven and

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in some areas you'll be presented Our chief reporter Kim

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Riley is here to explain. There is some confusion abott these

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elections. Essentially, two separate contests with two separate voting

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systems. First, the local elections. Voting taking place at 347 seats in

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20 council area. It is a long list. Take a quick look.

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Currently, the Conservative hold 12 of those councils. Labour h`ve

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Currently, the Conservative hold 12 of those councils. Labour have five

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and three are in no overall control. With these contests, it is the

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traditional first past the post system. He or she who gets the most

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votes wins the seat. The other is for seats in the European

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Parliament. 70 candidates competing for seven places. This voting

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system, proportional representation, parties gain seats according to the

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share of the vote they recehved parties gain seats according to the

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share of the vote they received. I share of the vote they recehved I

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have got it here. The voting slip looks rather like this. This is a

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mock`up but the real ones are under lock and key. This is what you

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mock`up but the real ones are under lock and key. This is what xou get.

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You get a list of ten political parties, not candidates. Yot have

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one cross to put in the boxes one cross to put in the boxes

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alongside that. Five years `go, one cross to put in the boxds

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alongside that. Five years ago, the breakdown was the Conservathve any

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peace, two UKIP, one Labour and one Lib Dem. 14 councils will be

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Lib Dem. 14 councils will bd counting overnight. Six will start

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work on Friday morning. We should have the full results by Frdddie's

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evening show. As most of Europe is voting at the weekend, we whll

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evening show. As most of Europe is voting at the weekend, we will not

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know until after 10pm on Sunday day. If you live in Northamptonshire, you

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If you live in Northamptonshire you will be electing any peas for the

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East Midlands. If you are in Malton Keynes, or the south east. Whenever

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you love, Paul's open tomorrow at seven and close at 10pm.

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Thank you very much. If somebody

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in your family has dementia you will know how difficult it is to put

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yourself in their shoes. But now a company

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from Essex is trying to change all Nikki Fox has been to visit

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a woman who's using the equipment to help her understand

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her mother's condition. Will that do? I never thought about

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that. It is remarkable. Mary Will that do? I never thought about

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that. It is remarkable. Mary looks after her mother, who has

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Alzheimer's. Simple daily t`sks have Alzheimer's. Simple daily tasks have

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now become our Jewish and understanding the disease is

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difficult. Because each day is different, you find some `` you

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think some of it might be ptt different, you find some `` you

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think some of it might be put on different, you find some `` you

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think some of it might be ptt on or think some of it might be ptt on or

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forced or laziness. `` tasks have become difficult. How do you

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forced or laziness. `` tasks have become difficult. How do yot feel

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about this equipment and putting yourself in your mother's position?

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I am fascinated. I cannot imagine I am fascinated. I cannot ilagine

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what it is like in her mind. To improve understanding, a company

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from Essex runs a training programme. It uses glasses to

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limited vision and colour contrast. Gloves to mimic loss of motor

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skills. Headphones to simulate skills. Headphones to simulate

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amplified background noise. Once in the room, Mary is given

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instructions. Find the whitd shirt and put it on. Write a note to your

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family. I cannot hear you. Ht and put it on. Write a note to your

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family. I cannot hear you. It works immediately. How many pairs of

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socks? Tablecloths. Fox! Roll them together. Set the table for tea

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There is no table. There is used to train agencies from the fire service

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train agencies from the fird service to residential homes. It has been

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eye opening The debrief told us we had shown signs of dementia. Went

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Mary left the room, you bec`me had shown signs of dementia. Went

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Mary left the room, you bec`me very stagnant. You didn't talk to

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anybody, you just looked a little bit anxious. I know that room, I

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have been in it every day. But finding as though I could not find

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my way around. There were other noises, it was dark. I felt out of

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control. To feel that you are in the situation, that is what has changed.

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The big ones are in the card homes The big ones are in the care homes

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were staff are continuously saying how little they were aware, even

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people in the NHS with 30 years of experience. They continuously say

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they did not understand unthl now. they did not understand unthl now.

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Kate's condition changes every day Kate's condition changes evdry day

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and no training can simulate Kate's condition changes every day

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and no training can simulatd memory loss. If people can empathise, they

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can help. I have been a district nurse for 30 odd years. I have been

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nurse for 30 odd years. I h`ve been looking after people in their own

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homes. Telling them how to look after themselves. Sadly I c`nnot

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after themselves. Sadly I cannot remember which day of the wdek it

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after themselves. Sadly I c`nnot remember which day of the week it is

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remember which day of the wdek it is or which your ages. I think people

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should be educated about more. `` or which your ages. You do not know

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whether it will happen to you or not.

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Is that not interesting? Very clever idea.

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And on BBC Radio Norfolk tomorrow morning, Nick Conrad will bd

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speaking to the author and TV presenter Sally Magnusson about her

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They've worked on it every day since Christmas.

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And this morning it was revealed in all its glory.

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Two men from Norfolk have btilt a First World War fighter plane

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100 years ago the SE`5A ruled the skies over Flanders.

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But this replica was never meant to fly.

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It will now be used by English Heritage to mark

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Scout experimental five, model A. It was the weapon of choice for British

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pilots. This nonflying replica was the weapon of choice for British

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pilots. This nonflying replhca is was the weapon of choice for British

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pilots. This nonflying replhca is a faithful reproduction building

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pilots. This nonflying replica is a faithful reproduction buildhng a

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small Norfolk workshop. It has been a labour of love for great War

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elder. We have had good and bad luck elder. We have had good and bad luck

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but mainly everybody has been elder. We have had good and bad luck

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but mainly everybody has bedn very but mainly everybody has been very

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helpful. Once you tell them what you're doing, they all get hnvolved.

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The boy helping with welding and starting materials. We had some nice

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wood. We have been using cash and that is lovely to work with. What

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you have God in the near gr`phic which was capable of 130 mph. It

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could climb to 20,000 feet and could dive without the wings fallhng off,

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dive without the wings falling off, a track that not all German aircraft

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could do. It would have been a common sight. It is six metres long

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and eight metres wide. Five months it has taken. When the month in the

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garden, creating a little bht it has taken. When the month in the

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garden, creating a little bit of history. Although some of it looks

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not quite neat, that is how they did it. They flew out of Norwich and a

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drums in Essex on their way to fight like dogs against enemies over

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Flanders. According to Stephen, they were the bravest of the brave. You

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were sitting just behind thd fuel were sitting just behind the fuel

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tank, perfectly capable of dxploding tank, perfectly capable of exploding

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and burning you to death. They did not carry parachutes but pistols to

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defend themselves on the ground if they came down. Also to shoot

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themselves if they caught fire. We did not want it to look likd a

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did not want it to look like a model. I think it actually looks

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like a real one and now looks amazing. It is about the best thing

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I have ever made in my life and I have made some good stuff! After

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finishing touches, it leaves for Bedfordshire tomorrow for a World

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War I weekend. Before it does, the builders says he made just sit in

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the cockpit. I bet he has made some good stuff!

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's and I think he is right to be very proud.

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There was a bit of uncertainty last night and the weather is shunted a

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little bit further eastwards this morning. What that thing is that the

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rain that was destined for the East, most of it stayed out in thd North

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Sea. Through the afternoon, cloud has come everywhere. We havd seen

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has come everywhere. We have seen some rain but there is plenty more

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to come. It is becoming widdspread. to come. It is becoming widdspread.

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The green indicates that sole will be heavy, possibly with thunder. We

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are expecting some torrenti`l are expecting some torrenti`l

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downpours and places. It should move through fairly quickly. By about

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through fairly quickly. By `bout 5am, much of it will have cleared

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away if all goes to plan. Temperatures tonight, most of us

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staying in double figures. The weapons are becoming quite squally

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during the torrential downpours. `` the winds. The weather front pulls

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away to the North tomorrow and that away to the North tomorrow and that

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will take the rest of the r`in away to the North tomorrow `nd that

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will take the rest of the r`in with it. Low pressure is very close by.

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That means we are going to see some showers. That rain should bd

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That means we are going to see some showers. That rain should be gone

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That means we are going to see some showers. That rain should bd gone by

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about 80 M. Even from the north`west. We are left with some

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dry weather with some bright and sunny spells. `` about eight in the

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morning. There is a greater risk through the day of the union heavy

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and thundery showers. Large amounts of rain in a short amount of time.

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Temperatures at their highest, in the best of the sunshine, up to

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around 20 Celsius. The winds are moderate throughout the day. As we

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head into the evening, further showers and the yellow is indicating

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that some will be heavy and possibly have thunder. With the overnight

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rain and heavy showers around, there is a yellow warning in placd

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rain and heavy showers around, there is a yellow warning in place from

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is a yellow warning in placd from the Met Office for heavy rain.

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is a yellow warning in place from the Met Office for heavy rahn. We

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the Met Office for heavy rain. We could see over the next 24 hours 30

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Ivan 35mm is offering in some Ivan 35mm is offering in sole

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places, an inch. `` 30`35. As Ivan 35mm is offering in some

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places, an inch. `` 30`35. @s we run places, an inch. `` 30`35. As we run

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up to the Bank Holiday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, low prdssure

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systems always very nearby. The exact position unclear but it looks

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exact position unclear but ht looks as though they will produce showers

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on all three days. Some days seeing more than others. Hopefully some dry

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weather and sunshine in between the showers. If you do the rain it could

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be heavy and on Saturday thd showers. If you do the rain it could

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be heavy and on Saturday the greater be heavy and on Saturday thd greater

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risk of them turning thundery. Temperature is a little closer to

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average. Just before I go, there are your overnight lows.

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Thank you very much. That is what I call a Bank Holiday

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forecast! See you tomorrow. Goodbye.

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that is to find that one item that's going to change their life.

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Flames are beautiful. Made nice money, that did. Nice money.

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?200,000? HE LAUGHS

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