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UKIP. They take seats from the major parties across the region. @ good

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night for Labour in Cambridge in overall control for the first time

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in 18 years. Later, the search for silverware, the Saints are hn

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Cardiff tonight for the first of two cup finals in a week. And the stars

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behind Spring watch at their new Suffolk home.

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First tonight what the local elections mean for you.

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The UKIP effect seen nation`lly has been reflected in this region

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too, with the party taking seats in Essex, Northamptonshire

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There were no local elections in Bedfordshire.

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The three seats gained by UKIP in Peterborough along with one gained

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by Labour saw the Tories lose overall control of the council.

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Elsewhere, UKIP made gains hn places like Daventry and Huntingdonshire.

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A difficult night then for the main parties, but L`bour at

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Pictures that tell the storx of the election in this part of thd world.

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UKIP upsurge. In Peterborough, they took three seats from the Tories who

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lost overall control of the council. I can't be more surprised

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but I am happy about it and I will do my best and that is all H can

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say. I am overwhelmed. What we have seen as a reaction to the Etropean

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elections and UKIP being a protest vote and when they protested they

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have protested by voting locally. In conservative Huntingdonshird, two

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UKIP gains. Leapfrogging thd Lib Dems into second place. It should

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give people pause for thought because they have gained se`ts where

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it wasn't expected. We need to reflect on what that tells ts about

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how people are feeling and we have had some feedback on the doorstep

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but there is work for everyone to do. Some of those are new mdssages

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that we have not heard as resoundingly before. The MP says

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UKIP did not have it all thdir own way. This is the target are`. They

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did not take seats in St Ivds or other places. It has been a poor

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day. This was the point at which they were meant to get their high

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tide. They have not really delivered in the way they said they would In

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Harlow UKIP took five seats, three from Labour who retain control.

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Daventry is a Conservative hold In Stevenage, Labour lost thred seats

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to the Tories but stay in power So, why the rise of UKIP? This hs what

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people in St Ives said. We do not trust the current government and the

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coalition isn't working. Thdy are pushing against one another. It is a

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protest. UKIP do not have any policies except immigration. They

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will flourish for a while, we are a 2`party nation really. He h`s some

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strange ideas but no one else has any idea what is going on. The

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Conservatives held South Calbridge. Conservatives held South Calbridge.

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Across the region, we have seen a purple foothold. They will build on

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that in the future, they sax. So a good night for UKIP and I'm

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joined now by Peter Reeve, the party's organiser

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for the Eastern region We have heard on the report despite

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your wins, people are calling this a protest vote. We have heard that for

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three or four years and longer. There was a limit to how long they

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can say this. The evidence practical and academic is when people vote for

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UKIP they stay voting for UKIP and the evidence is many of the people

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who voted for UKIP will continue to vote UKIP in the election. Xou have

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been voted in on the nation`l agenda but what will you do as UKIP

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councillors locally? Well, hn Norfolk the public said thex didn't

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want us `` the incinerator `nd UKIP stopped it. In Cambridge thd we

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brought a hung council and change the system of government and put

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communities in control. In ly own board where we got 60% of the vote

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where UKIP councillors are cleaning the public toilets and gritting the

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roads. That is the practical things we deliver. Can you translate that

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at the general election into seats in Westminster? The academics say we

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can, in north`west Cambridgdshire if the seats, the vote translates to

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Westminster votes, we will have 47% and winning the award. Some

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academics say we could have 20 plus MPs. I will be glad with anx UKIP

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MPs standing up for the people. We are the party that stands up for the

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ordinary people in the stredt, the playgrounds and the pub. Ard you

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strong enough as a fourth p`rty people know you for two polhcies,

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immigration and Europe. There was a time people said we only had one

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policy. I spoke on the radio about how we have clear blue water between

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many of the policies and thd other parties who sound the same. Whether

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opposing housing estates whhch are overbearing and concrete ``

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concreting the countryside `nd wind farms people do not want. Thank you

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very much indeed. It's not just been

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UKIP making gains. The Labour party too has moved

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forward, though not as far But they did hit

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their principal target in the region, taking an ovdrall

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majority on Cambridge City Council. Labour supporters cheering `s they

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took control of Cambridge Chty Council, something they had not done

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since 1996. Their leader saxs people living here will see changes. We are

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involved in all parts of thd city, the Lib Dems have given up `nd

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neglected areas. We will be looking at tackling the issues that arise

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from the prosperity, it is ` great boom but it causes problems for

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housing, division and many people on low incomes are finding it difficult

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with the cost of living. Thd Lib Dems have been in power for 14

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years, losing the leadership of the council in this iconic univdrsity

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city is a real blow. Their 21 seats cut to 40. It is sad for us having

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run the council here for thd last 14 years to have lost control but 4

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years is a good run and quite remarkable. So, we can leavd office

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with some pride at what we have achieved. Labour has waited 18 years

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to regain the Guildhall and in the end they had to wait until the early

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hours of the morning to fin`lly arrive. The Lib Dems fought hard and

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held on to a number of their seats. The fight in the general eldction

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here this time next year is likely to be just as fierce. You h`ve been

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out of power for 18 years, how does it feel to be back? It is a big

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change and an opportunity, we are offering a new broom, the voters

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have given their faith in l`bour, we have put forward a different agenda

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sharing prosperity, tackling congestion, focusing on housing Why

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has it taken 18 years? There is a national factor. We had

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nine seats at the time of the euro elections and now we're back to 25.

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There is the local and we h`ve rebuilt and we have two `` we have a

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powerful set of local candidates and we are in a position to belheve ``

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to lead across the city. Thd Lib Dems have retreated into half of the

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city and they are paying people to leaflet for them on minimum wage in

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large parts of Cambridge. What will you change? We have to do something

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about building more homes and working with South Cambridgdshire,

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we have to make everybody fdel part of that. Cambridge is two chties,

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the half not getting decent wages and cannot afford local housing and

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we have to help those peopld. We need to protect services and they

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are under threat at a time when there is pressure with new housing

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which is coming along. Can xour party meet the Lib Dems and return a

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Labour MP to Cambridge? Absolutely. We will see what happens on Sunday

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night. It is partly a fight between UKIP and the Conservatives for some

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of the votes and there was ` fight for the progressive vote. There is a

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lack of trust in the Lib Dels, they have broken many promises n`tionally

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and there was a lack of trust locally as well. Thank you.

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Well in Milton Keynes the count is still going on.

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It's another council which Labour is hoping to g`in

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Neil Bradford is at Stadium MK where the count's taking pl`ce.

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In fact the declaration is now taking place, this is the w`rd, the

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fourth wards to be declared. It is very tense here, Milton Keynes is

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always close. Even in this giant arena the tension is palpable. So

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far, it doesn't look like it's been a good night for the Lib Dels. The

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feeling is that Labour will be the biggest party with no overall

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control taking over from thd seller `` the Conservatives. Let's hear

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from the Conservative leader who announced to a standing down today.

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We are suffering from a good effort locally and administration but UKIP

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are affecting many of the votes They will not win a seat but they

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affect the other seats. It has cost us dearly. Boundary changes, six new

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councillors, wards that nevdr existed and people going from one

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ward to another. The electorate don't know where they are. Ht is a

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difficult and mixed picture and you have seen that in the votes. I did

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not heard the results because I was talking to you but we currently have

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six Labour councillors, thrde Conservatives, I will try to update

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you with the result if I can. There are 57 seats in 19 wards, 240

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candidates taking part. A word on the majorities, no overall control,

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Labour last had control of the council with no overall control in

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1990 `` 2002. They had control of the council with a majority of three

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in 1996. The only time after that the council has had any party with a

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majority was back in 2006 whth the Lib Dems with a majority of one It

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will be a tense evening tonhght as the declarations continue through

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the evening. We will have those results in the late bulletin at

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10:25pm. Later, we hear frol the political correspondence with a

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summary of what today's restlts are telling us.

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eight shopkeepers in Peterborough have been fhned

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for selling illegally`imported cigarettes and tobacco.

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were either smuggled into the country.

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or bought overseas with no duty paid.

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But it's not just the loss of revenue that concerns tr`ding

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It says that illegal cigarettes are putting lives at risk.

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These are just some of the 38,0 0 illegal cigarettes seized in one

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night. 15 stores across Petdrborough were raided last November. 01 were

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selling counterfeit tobacco or cigarettes imported illegally.

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Sniffer dogs helped unearth the goods hidden in unlikely pl`ces

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under the floor, in drinks cartons and even inside a toilet door.

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Trading Standards officers warn the banned products are dangerots. Many

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contain substances like rat poison. They're also a fire hazard. Today at

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the city's magistrates court 8 shopkeepers admitted selling illegal

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Some have caught fire and c`used harm when unattended. They `re not

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designed in a safe way. llegal cigarettes don't

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conform with British safety standards. All other cigarettes are

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designed to go out if they're not being actively smoked but these

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continue to burn and risk starting fires. This footage shows the

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difference in the way the two products behave. Today the court

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heard across Europe 2,000 pdople a year are killed by unattenddd

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cigarette fires. 7 thousand people The judge also ordered

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the forfeiture and destructhon Govia has been awarded

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the largest ever rail franchise to run the expanded

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Thameslink rail network. The company will take over

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from First Capital Connect and operate trains from Bedford

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and Luton into London. Under the new franchise,

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the firm will also run servhces from Peterborough,

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King's Lynn and Cambridge. Govia will take over in September

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and it's promising new trains Tonight is the first of two cup

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finals for Northampton Saints. Jim Mallinder's team face B`th

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for the European Challenge Cup, before next week's Premiership

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final against Saracens. The game at Cardiff Arms Park is

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the first major final to be played Saints haven't won a cup final

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since 2010. Northampton fans follow a tdam

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involved in the end of season shake`up, two finals in a wdek, good

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value for the fans but George North joined the Saints to go the

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distance. It is one of the lain reasons I came here, the ch`nce of

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winning silverware. It has been a long season but tough. We sdt our

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stall out early that we want to get to the finals. We have a cotple to

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come. The dramatic win over Leicester set Northampton up nicely

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for part one, the European Challenge Cup against Bath. This is their 38th

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game of a long and exhausting season, what gives them hopd of

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putting silverware in the trophy cabinet after a gap of four years is

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the strength in depth is better than it's ever been. When they won they

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had a team, now they have a squad, they can rest a few players and

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still go out in the field. They have come together more as a teal. And

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they are working hard and playing well together. Saints say they are

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ready to shed their bridesm`id tag. We have been in finals in the last

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few seasons and come away whth nothing. It is our time. We have a

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big couple of weeks, Bath whll be huge challenge. On paper, S`int

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favourites, the game would be played on grass. It is the first m`jor

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final to grace an artificial pitch. Saints need to prove they c`n the

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conditions and pick a punch when it matters. A parade will celebrate the

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Wembley victory. Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets.

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The bus will set off from the stadium at ten o'clock.

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Corby's new 35 million pound link road opened today.

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The road links Stanion with Barford Bridge, by passing

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It means the route between Corby and the A14, is now dual carriageway.

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It's hoped the road will provide a boost to the town's econoly

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and make it a more attractive location for businesses.

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The road is just four miles long and has taken just under two years

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Chris is here later with thd weather. Before that, back to Stuart

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and Susie. in Sussex. They will be basdd at the

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RSPB Minsmere reserve. Todax, they got a feel for their new hole.

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They call it the arc, because of its history of saving rapidly ddclining

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species from extinction. Minsmere, on the stunning Suffolk coast, home

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to more than 5000 plants and animals, and for the next three

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weeks, home to Springwatch. It is rock 'n' roll nature that m`kes

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bird`watching cool, and the team leader, Chris Packham, is OK with

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that. We used to call it thd honeypot, because it was always the

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busiest reserve anywhere in the country. It is still busy now. I

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used to be annoyed by that. I have matured to realise that somd of the

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kids and other people are the people that probably work here now. Pack

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and Strachan and Martin Hughes games will be on`site and live night for

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three weeks. They have set tp camp for three years, and have btilt a

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room with a view. Today, last set dressing, but already, the lonitors

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are in, with cameras watching an array of nests around the rdserve

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will stop I only arrived yesterday, but already, I have seen such a rich

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diversity of habitats. I bulped into a red deer yesterday. I havd been

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looking at Badger sets todax. There are lots of beautiful everywhere. We

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are really excited to be here. Who knows who the stars will be?

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Maybe the avocets when they return to breeding in the UK, as they did

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60 years ago, will return. We have got plans about what we aim to do

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over the next few weeks. Whdther they come to fruition or not will be

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in the hands of birds and the weather and other factors. Linsmere

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is Chris Packham ayes favourite place on earth, and with thd

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Springwatch team, he just c`n't wait to show it off.

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Springwatch starts on Mondax at eight o'clock on BBC Two. Now, back

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to the election. We have had the results council by counsel, but how

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does that leave the region `s a whole?

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Kim Riley has the numbers. Yes, the long, drawn`out eldctions

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have not reached their conclusion, but let's try and get the mdasure of

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where we were 24 hours ago, and how things have changed. 20 councils

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were up for election across the East. The Conservatives held 12

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Labour held five, and three were in no overall control, in other words,

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no single party had enough councillors to outvote the rest On

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the 20 councils, the battle ground of some 350 seats up for eldction.

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The Conservatives defended the most, 179. Labour defended 74, thd Liberal

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Democrats 67, independents 08, the Greens, six, and UKIP, just three

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seats, seats they were fighting to hold on to. Now the votes h`ve been

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cast, how has that picture change? So far, the Conservatives h`ve lost

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45 seats. Labour have gained 11 The 45 seats. Labour have gained 11 The

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Lib Dems are down 21. Indepdndents are up, Greens down one, and the big

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winners at the end, UKIP, b`gging 47 extra seats. When it comes to who is

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in control of the 20 councils, Conservatives did have 12. They are

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now down to seven after loshng five to no overall control. Labotr had

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five councils. They gained one and lost one, so they are still on five.

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Around seven of the 20 have no one party in overall control. Mhlton

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Keynes is still to declare. UKIP does not control any borough or

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district councils in the east. The Conservatives remain the dolinant

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party in local government. But with the European results still to come

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on Sunday, UKIP is the partx with that very valuable political

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commodity, momentum. Thank xou. Andrew Sinclair was at the count in

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Basildon and has been in grdat Yarmouth today. What is your

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assessment? What stands out is, it has been a bad night for thd

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Conservatives. They lost sole very key and important councils, Excel

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found in Peterborough. Dash`macro like Southend and Peterborotgh. A

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very good night for UKIP. Nhgel Farage said he wanted to crdate an

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earthquake, and he has. Whatever happens at the general election

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these councillors are now whth us in our town halls for the next four

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years, making decisions abott waste, local transport, and planning

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matters. If they can prove themselves as being competent local

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councillors, they could well find themselves getting re`electdd next

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time round. For Labour, a mhxed picture. They did well in their

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strongholds like Stevenage, but in others, like Great Yarmouth, where

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UKIP gained ten seats, and hn Basildon, where they didn't make a

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single game, I think they whll be very concerned that they didn't do

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as well and some of those sdats as they have been hoping to. Thank you

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very much. You can see a full round`up of

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results in our specially extended late bulletin tonight at 10:35 p.m..

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The Sunday Politics has further coverage and analysis of thd local

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elections, and they look ahdad to the European results on Sunday at

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11:00 p.m.. The coverage continues here on the east bank holid`y

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Monday, with extended bulletins across the day. And now, thd

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weather. It has been quite different whether

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depending which side of the region you are. Rain in the east, bright

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and sunny in the east. All thanks to this area of low pressure continuing

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to bring us unsettled weathdr, and unfortunately, it will have an

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impact into the bank holidax weekend as well. More about later. The radar

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image from today shows that cloud and rain stream up from the south

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across western parts, some downpours earlier, but it is breaking up now

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and moving further north, and that should clear the region in the next

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few hours. Some sunshine further east. As bigger through the rest of

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the evening, most places drx out. Highlights for this weekend, wet on

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Saturday, dryer on Sunday, `nd then a little bit of uncertainty into

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Monday. I will explain in a few minutes. There is the rain clearing

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away in the West will otherwise most of the region staying dry.

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Potentially some rain arrivhng, particularly across southern part,

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into Essex especially later in the night. A wet end to the night.

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Temperatures, around ten or 11 at the lowest, and that will bd a light

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southeasterly breeze, so a pretty mild night compared to aver`ges For

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tomorrow, this band of rain slowly makes his way from south to north

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across the region. Some heavier downpours as it does so, and once it

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clears, some sunshine, but scattered showers and thunderstorms also.

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Particularly, across central and Particularly, across central and

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western parts of the region. The further east you are, it will stay

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mainly dry, with sunny spells later in the afternoon. The showers could

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be in a few different places, but there will be some heavier downpours

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in the afternoon. Temperatures tomorrow, a little bit down compared

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to recently. 14 to 16 Celsits, with to recently. 14 to 16 Celsits, with

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a moderate to fresh southeasterly wind, which will make you fdel

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cooler near the coast, especially later in the afternoon. Those

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showers become slow`moving `nd continue into Saturday evenhng.

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There could be one or two hdavy ones around, with rumbles of thunder as

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well. Possibly, hail mixed hn as well. Into Sunday, this are` of low

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pressure moves away, bringing some drier weather with sunshine for the

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end of the weekend. We will see on Monday a new area of low prdssure

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moving up into our direction, giving us the chance of some rain loving in

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to southern parts of the arda. To summarise, scattered showers,

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thunderstorms at the morning rain on Saturday, highs of 16 Celsits.

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Sunday looking the best of the bank holiday weekend days, with sunshine

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and highs of 18 Celsius. Thdn, the rain spreads back in on Monday.

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There is a little bit of uncertainty as to how far north they will go.

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Northern part of the region may just about state drive through Monday,

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but rain for just about everybody by Tuesday. Overnight lows, prdtty

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mild, and quite blustery, particularly on Saturday.

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Thank you very much. That is it from all of us here. Thank you for your

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company. Have a good bank holiday. Goodbye.

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Let's look at the history of BBC TWO with me, Simon Schama.

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'Harry And Paul's Story Of The 2s - part of

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'the Big Bumper Bank Holiday Comedy 50th Birthday Weekend.'

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Ted, I wondered if... I'm not interested

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part of the big bumper bank holiday comedy 50th birthday weekend.

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