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The man accused of murdering this tabla tells a court he felt nothing

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as he kicked her six feet across a room. The Tour de France will head

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to our region but there is growing concern tonight that our ro`ds are

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not ready for the world's bhggest bike race. I will be here on the

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date this union demands an dxtra ?1 an hour for public sector workers.

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We ask if workers are being short`changed. A new collection of

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exotic creatures cutting`edge ash in the Norfolk countryside.

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The man who killed a 2`year old girl by kicking her across a rool has

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said in court he felt nothing at the time that he kicked her.

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Amina Agboola died from a ruptured liver.

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19`year `ld Dean Harris from Peterborough denies murder

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Our home affairs corresponddnt Sally Chidzoy is outside

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So Sally, what exactly did Dean Harris actually say today?

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He was asked, when you kickdd her, what was going through your mind?

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Mr Harris said he panicked `nd acted impulsively. He came back s`ying he

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couldn't own up to her. Remind us of the background to this

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case. Amina Agboola died agdd two years old. She was kicked in the

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abdomen on November 21 last year. He changed his story saying th`t she

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fell from the toilets but l`ter confessed to a prisoner that he

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kicked her and the prisoner was at Peterborough Jail. He said he kicked

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her because he said he had become frustrated by having to keep

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cleaning the little girl and changing her after she repe`tedly

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soiled herself. He told jurors that she had moaned and the judgd said he

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delayed calling the paramedhcs in order to come up with a story.

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Amina Agboola's mother is also in the dark.

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She denies causing her daughter s death and that she was repe`tedly

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warned by social workers not to leave her daughter alone with Dean

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Harris. A paramedic had described Amina Agboola as being a rag doll

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when he tried to save her lhfe. The judge in the Jamie McMahon

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murder trial has today dismhssed the jury on the second day

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of the hearing. Jamie McMahon's body was fotnd in

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St Giles graveyard in North`mpton 19`year `ld Mark Lewis of Clickers

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Drive in Upton and 33`year`old Michael Francis of St James Road in

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Northampton are charged with murder. A new hearing has been set

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for 20th June. The police are looking

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for five men after a hit and run on the M11 in which a policd

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motorcyclist was seriously hurt He was hit by a black BMW jtst north

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of junction 10 near Cambridge The stolen car was later fotnd

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in nearby Harston. The men were filmed

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by cctv cameras at a petrol station Our children's education will suffer

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` the message from parents hn East Northamptonshire

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after a decision was made this Northamptonshire County Council has

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voted to go from a three tidr system with lower middle and upper schools

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into a two tier system with just The changes will affect 13 schools

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in total as Mike Cartwright reports. The last of the Middle schools now

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too close. King John in Frankston is one of them. These parents called on

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councillors to keep it open. We will not stop. We have a large body of

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parents in the surrounding `rea of these schools in this part of the

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county that will not go awax because there is no evidence to put our

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children under the sort of educational challenges that they

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will be faced with. Julie s`ys the threat of change has caused problems

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in their school. The disruption and uncertainty is meaning pupils are

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leaving and parents are drawing their children out of the schools in

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the cluster. Two middle schools could close. Ten primary schools and

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one secondary will need building work. Education reforms costing an

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extra ?20 million. Today's decision to move from a three tier sxstem to

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a two tier system will find a couple of schools in parts of Hertfordshire

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and pots of Bedfordshire. It is about standards and we need to raise

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them in that area of the cotnty The different key stages whether pupils

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are measured, the middle school system doesn't set that verx well.

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The school doesn't have the children for long enough when they are about

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to take their GCSEs and this is about lining things up with a higher

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view of raising standards. Parents say they will fight on to protect

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their children's future but next sector under, they are to bdcome

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part of history. `` Septembdr. It's now less than

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a month to go until the Tour de The riders will start in Calbridge

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and cycle through Essex and then But fears are being expressdd

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about the state of the roads Some riders have told Look Dast they

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are worried that the potholds and broken tarmac in Saffron Walden

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could cause a crash. Is this a road fit

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for the world's best cyclists? Callum Riley lives in Saffron Walden

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and rides competitively. We asked his opinion

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on how these potholes could affect the Tour de France.

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They will be coming in quick. It might be the beginning

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of the tour. It is early on coming here

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but they would be hitting 64 km an hour so that is round

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about 40 miles an hour. The potholes are big enough

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that you have to slow down. It will cause disruption and you

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don't want to be remembered for that race that had the big acciddnt.

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Essex County Council said it will be repaired before the race.

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We have had the organisers of the Tour de France who have already

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come twice and ridden the route and highlighted to us issues of concern

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and they will be back in June. We will make sure potholes

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on the route are filled. Cambridge County Council saxs

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the race organisers are sathsfied its stretch of the route is safe

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and up to standard. Well Ben joins me now.

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We've heard the concerns thdre, so are our roads likely to be ready?

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I have spoken to the council and they have reaffirmed that they are

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aware of those defects and hnsist those repairs will be done before

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the end of June. In fairness, part of the route has been relaydd and

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the repair has been done th`t. How much is this costing our local

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councils? They are not spending anything extra. They say thdse

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repairs have been planned and the only thing that is changing is the

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schedule of repairs to make sure those key roads are ready in time.

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This is the world's most watched sporting event and the last thing

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they want is the lasting melbers of being what dreadful roads wd have

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got. This week is National Carers Week

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and a charity in Milton Keynes is urging people

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who look after a family member to come forward to receive emotional

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and financial support. There are thousands

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of hidden carers in the East. They save local authorities and the

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health service millions of pounds. In Milton Keynes,

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it?s estimated there are 21,000 carers who save the local economy

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?320 million every year. In Bedfordshire carers

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save ?944 million. In Northamptonshire it?s 1.2 billion

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a year and in Hertfordshire Dave Hunt, a former policem`n,

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had a stroke three years ago as he walked his dog.

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His wife took early retirement to care for him.

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Overnight, their lives were turned upside down.

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I was a teacher and if I had gone into a classroom and wasn't trained,

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I would have panicked. That is how I feel

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in my caring role. At first, it is dreadful because I

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have not had any training but I am my husband's nurse, his

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counsellor, his physiotherapist and there is an awful lot of prdssure.

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Then Sue found Carers MK, an independent charity to stpport

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unpaid carers in the area. The meetings are

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an opportunity to have a ch`t and sometimes a cry and Davd has

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found his own support network. We learned by talking to other

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people and learning by their experiences so we didn t

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have to keep inventing the wheel. We are learning

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by other people's experiencds. It is estimated there are 20,00

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carers in Milton Keynes alone. Many are looking

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after a child or parent and don t think of themselves as carers.

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Being a carer can often be an isolating role.

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You find your life shrinks down to the size

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of the person you care for `nd all the things you did previously.

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Your social life and work life can fall away.

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They need emotional support so they can stay emotionallx well.

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Sue believes getting support transformed her life.

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A giant statue of British long jump champion

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Greg Rutherford has been put up on a roundabout in Milton Kdynes.

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The Leaping Man statue has been built in honour of Rutherford's

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In part two of Look East tonight, we are looking at pay packets hn the

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region. And semi`retirement for pelhcans.

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Just over six months ago, the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk appeared to

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be facing a serious threat from a newcomer just down the road in

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Essex. The London Gateway is huge and promised to shake up thd

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industry. But so far, Felixstowe has managed to hold on to its ctstomers.

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This report from our business correspondent Richard Bond.

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London Gateway boasts the l`rgest quay cranes in the UK. Todax, they

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were busy unloading marble `nd granite from a ship newly arrived

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from Antwerp. One of six vessels due in this week. Britain's newdst port

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is already attracting services from all over the world. We are growing

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as planned. We started in November last year with one service. We are

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now up to six services. And the shipping lines are very keen and

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interested in the product ddlivered here at London Gateway. London

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Gateway opened late last ye`r, offering shippers direct access to

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the south`east. It poses a threat to nearby Felixstowe. It has the

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potential to be a world`class port. But so far, no main customers have

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been tempted to leave Felixstowe. In particular, the key Asian shipping

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lines. Lombard Shipping is ` logistics company based in Hpswich.

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It's experienced teething problems receiving goods through London

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Gateway. The shipping lines cannot, particularly those with the very

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largest vessels, cannot afford the risk of signing up to go up to

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London Gateway. And changing their schedules and so on to accolmodate

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that. If London Gateway cannot actually do the business, as it

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were. So it's a big risk for any big shipping line to commit to London

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Gateway. One or two things have happened to help Felixstowe's cause.

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The dropping of plans to ch`rge tolls on the A14. And improvements

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to the local rail network. But shipping experts say London

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Gateway's in a long game. It's still early days, really. The port has

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only been open for six months. You know, they were almost inevhtably

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going to start with smaller customers. So it is a case of

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building up slowly and getthng ready to handle the big Asian customer. As

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any business in the containdr industry, we are keen to get more

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ships. But at the moment, wd are very happy with a sixfold increase

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in services in May. And the terminal is running very well. And also, we

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had a significant uplift in the Park interest. None of the big Asian

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shipping services using Felhxstowe wanted to be interviewed about

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London Gateway. But I understand all are being courted by the new port.

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Until one of them signs up, London Gateway will not be seen as serious

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competition to its southern rival. `` Suffolk rival.

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There's been some other important business news today. A settlement

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worth millions of pounds has been agreed for former workers at Visteon

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which made car parts. The v`lue of their pensions was slashed when the

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company went into administr`tion. This is what Richard had to say

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about that a short time ago. Well, this is a long`running saga.

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One of a number involving occupational pensions which have

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been in the news in recent xears for all the wrong reasons. It involves

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former Ford workers from Basildon in Essex. Their car parts division was

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sold by Ford to a company c`lled Visteon. It subsequently went into

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administration in 2009. And the members lost their jobs, but

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subsequently, they also found that the value of their occupational

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pensions had been slashed bx up to 40%. So a real double blow. But a

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settlement has now apparently been reached. The union Unite has been

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campaigning on this for four or five years. MPs have been involvdd. There

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have been a number of legal hearings. And according to Tnite, it

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has reached a settlement worth several million pounds with Ford to

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benefit 1200 members at four locations in the UK, includhng

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Basildon. And members have overwhelmingly supported thd

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settlement, no doubt delighted to put the whole business behind them.

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The union Unison has been holding a protest today over a pay offer to

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thousands of local government workers which is below infl`tion. It

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wants a pay rise of at least ?1 an hour to make up for what it says has

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been years of pay`cuts. Our chief reporter Kim Riley is here. So is

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this just a local protest? Well today's action was at the Chvic

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Centre in Southend. Very much part of a national campaign by ptblic

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sector unions to get a bettdr deal for hundreds of thousands of local

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government workers. Once yot are a relatively low paid. `` ones who

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are. The employers have offdred a 1% pay rise, slightly more to the very

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lowest paid. The unions say this follows a three`year pay`frdeze A

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1% increase last year. In effect, another pay cut. They are p`ying for

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this crisis. A crisis they didn t actually cause in the first place.

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Very clearly, our members are angry about the way they have been

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treated. They are being askdd to work longer, harder and acttally for

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less pay. And I think that's not fair. We just want a fair p`y rise.

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The employers say they're f`cing the biggest cuts in living memory. And

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this is a fair deal. But unhon members are now balloting on

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possible strike action. We've had politicians talk about pay `nd the

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cost of living. What are thd facts? Let's take one measure of p`y `

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gross weekly earnings. Latest figures from the Office of National

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Statistics, to April last ydar, put London at the top of the table.

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Surprise, surprise. ?658. Northern Ireland at the bottom. ?460. This

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region comes fourth in the table. ?505 a week. That's up 2% on the

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previous year. But here, as elsewhere, there is a gender divide.

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Men averaging ?550. Women in the East, 440. A difference of `bout

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?6,000 a year. Now we know wages have been squeezed during the

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recession. This graph shows annual increases in gross weekly e`rnings

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over 15 years. Note the sudden drop from the start of the econolic

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downturn. Now let's put on the Consumer Prices Index. The CPI. The

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cost of living. For ten years, wage rises stayed well ahead. But see how

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the two indexes crossed as the recession took hold. Inflathon

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continuing to rise, far outstripping wage settlements. Those werd firmly

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going down. Only now are thd two measures coming back into b`lance.

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That shows why so many families have struggled to make ends meet during

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the recession. And by trade unions think the time is right to seek a

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better deal on wages and thdy said, if people are paid more, thdy can

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spend more, which is better for the economy. Thank you.

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They reckon that one nurse hn every four working for the NHS in this

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region comes from overseas. They are plugging a vital gap in the

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workforce. Most of them are already trained when they arrive and most of

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them know what to expect at work. But what about their free thme? For

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some, it's a very big changd. Dawn Gerber has been to King's Lxnn to

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find out. Paula Santos and Caroline Dhago have

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been staff nurses at the Quden Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn for

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nearly one year. Like many hospitals in the region, it has been

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recruiting from abroad for lany years, places like South Africa the

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Philippines and Europe. The standing of `` the standard of nursing,

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particularly in Portugal, h`s been very high. A lot of the English

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nurses say that they have found that they have had to almost compete and

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it has raised their game, so I think it has raised tandems all round And

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in the news, there has been the issue of people from overse`s taking

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British jobs. They are not, we have advertised them to the Brithsh and

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have not got the response, some of that is the location that wd have,

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and more younger people are looking for perhaps city life. They have

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uprooted from Portugal after struggling to find work. I looked

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for a job in Portugal for one year, for her it was two years. Wd did a

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lot of applications, and thd answer was nothing. After all that time, we

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want to work. So I applied for this one, once I applied for a job in

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England. And we got this ond and we came. But once their duties are

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over, what is life like outside It was hard in the beginning. We stayed

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more together. All of us in the flat and the hospital. But after a

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certain time, you see the hospital in front of you and need to change.

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Normally, we go shopping, whth friends, and we go for walks, like

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today is a sunny day, go for a coffee, dinner, we like to go for

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dinner. They want to build ` life year and they will not be the last

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overseas nurses to join the hospital, the more experienced staff

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retiring and people living longer, meaning the need to recruit more

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nurses and some of those will be from abroad.

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Alex is here. Before she dods the weather, she's been to a new

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zoological park which has jtst opened in Norfolk. Yes, it's called

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the Shorelands Wildlife Gardens A garden with wildlife roaming free.

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Lots of birds and really untsual ones, all kinds, many of thdm rare

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and endangered. And you can get up close? Yellow but absolutelx, quite

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a unique place. Tucked away in a secluded p`rt of

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the Norfolk countryside, a new zoological Park has recentlx opened

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to the public. Shorelands Whldlife Gardens were set with conservation

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in mind. It was the brainchhld of Ben Potterton. It started off as a

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hobby. We used to be birds for zoo and look after older birds. Then we

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decided to open to the publhc in May and let people into have a look

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round. We think it is quite nice and a pleasing attraction for pdople to

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visit. Many of the animals roam free in the gardens. And this relaxed

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atmosphere has encouraged breading. So this is a baby white stork. He is

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looking a little scruffy today after the torrential rain of Saturday And

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this is a European white stork. And he will grow up to be a nicd strong

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chick. He is about three and a half weeks now. So he's getting there

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slowly. His feathers are st`rting to appear. There are also older birds

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in the collection, like these retired pelicans. They came from a

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zoo in Austria. `` in the Netherlands. I love the ide` this

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has become a retirement homd for pelicans. Well, we have a fdw, we do

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take on a few animals that `re older. We have 44`year`old cranes

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here as well. And some with extraordinary plumage. This is a

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female grey crowned crane. @nd she is a particularly steady felale

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She's got a mate here, and nest to my right. But being bred in

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captivity and born in captivity she does bond to certain people. Here

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she is, she has come to see what I'm doing. Quite relaxed bird and

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normally out on the lawns. We give them space here where they can come

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and nest in a corner part. @nd again, a bird that is probably quite

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endangered in the wild. But they are beautiful birds. One of the most

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attractive birds we have here. Shorelands was created alongside

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Blacksmiths Cottage, one of the region's top plant nurseries. And

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visitors can enjoy the garddns which are teeming with insect lifd. And

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it's also home to a variety of other animals. Running breeding programmes

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with institutions across Europe Shorelands aims to conserve rare and

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endangered theses and ensurd their future survival. `` species.

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Why don't the birds fly awax? They are so happy and well fed, they stay

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there, and I was worried about the pelicans, but he said they were more

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interested in the fish buckdt. A lovely place to visit and it is

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open between Wednesday and Sunday. And a perfect place to go in this

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kind of weather. Today was very warm, temperatures getting to 2

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Celsius, and here are the hotspots. For the rest of the week, wd can

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expect more worn their visu`ls `` warm temperatures, maybe cooler

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tomorrow but plenty of sunshine The risk of some showers in places, but

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mainly dry. Increasing amounts of cloud across the West. Not spoiling

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things for us, but low`pressure out to the west meaning some showers up

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across the Midlands, but if you live somewhere like Northamptonshire

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Peterborough, you might catch one of those showers before the end of the

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day, but a fine end to the day for the rest of us and dry night with

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long clear spells, temperattres a degree or so lower than night, to

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around 10`11dC and a light south`westerly wind. We start

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tomorrow with high`pressure bringing lots of dry, fine and sunny

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weather, a beautiful sunny lorning, some patchy cloud through the day,

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the small risk that somewhere might catch an isolated shower, btt

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largely dry for most of us. Cooler tomorrow, temperatures around 2 or

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21 Celsius, like westerly breeze, and some onshore breezes cotld

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develop, so cooler on the coast But largely fine and dry for thd rest of

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the day. Looking ahead, this weather is picking around, temperattres

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creeping up slightly for Thtrsday, maybe 23 Celsius, possibly higher,

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long spells of sunshine. On Friday, this could be the warmest d`y of the

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week, possibly of the year hf temperatures go higher than 24

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degrees, it looks fine and sunny, with long spells of sunshind, more

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cloud developing, showers from the north which may get into thhs part

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of the world, and as for thd weekend, looking reasonable, but the

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risk of showers returning. Thank you. Hopefully the we`ther

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will be good tomorrow, as Khm Riley will be live in a suspect n`ture

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reserve for Springwatch 2014 ending on Thursday, and he will john the

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team who, among other things, will be looking at adders. And I am sure

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he does not like snakes! We will see you tomorrow night. Goodbye.

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