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Kiddicare costs Morrisons a fortune. It is out of the car and into the

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saddle and the Boris bike comes to Northampton. And Mr and Mrs in the

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Mixed Doubles, the, well cotple going for gold.

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First tonight ` the local implications of

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The highest profile casualtx is the South Cambridgeshire MP Andrew

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Lansley who's been replaced as Leader of the Commons

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and has lost out on a Cabindt post as well as a job in Europe.

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In a moment we'll hear from our political correspondent,

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but first, Ben Bland looks back at Andrew Lansley's career.

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They are the great offices of state and ministers of the Crown.

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Announced on Twitter, hasht`g reshuffle. The Prime Ministdr used

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social media to reveal detahls of the comings and goings on hhs senior

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team the key jobs are the great offices of state and

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hashtag reshuffle. The Primd Minister used social media

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his senior team. And the kex jobs were dished out

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the Coalition Government cale in in 2010,

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Colleagues praised his grasp of detail as he said

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establish a kind of stability that the NHS have long sought, wd can

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achieving results for patients as good as anywhere

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his reforms were controvershal. A huge reorganisation

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GP services. People come pl`ying that had not been mentioned in

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Conservative manifesto cheering the general election. There was

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opposition from many doctors and nurses. Some later said that Mr

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Lansley had failed to sell his reforms and for that, he pahd the

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price. In a reshuffle two ydars ago, he lost the job of Health

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Secretary and was demoted to the role of lead our pals at Colmons.

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Today, he lost that job as well replaced by William Hague. There

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were rumours that Mr Lanslex could become the UK's man in Brussels an

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idea he was asked about on the BBC's Daily Politics Show, last

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month. My general approach hs if the prime is asked me, I want to say

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yes. That is an answer. Havd the asked you? It seemed as if ht was on

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the cards but the Prime Minhster has nominated somebody else to be the

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UK's commission and the EU. quite a change in fortunes for

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Andrew Lansley, an MP since 199 . He may well be wondering what his

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political future mine told. For so long a fixture

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on the front bench, he?s lost out on Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair gave Well, Andrew Lansley put

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on a brave face when he was made leader of the house two years ago,

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he said it was still a very challenging and important job,

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and I think he has enjoyed the job. But at Westminster is was vdry much

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seen as a demotion, punishmdnt for those controversial health

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reforms, which, let's remember, did get enacted ` and in thd eyes

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of many people they are now making did get enacted ` and in thd eyes

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of many people, they are now making But then today,

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it is now clear that he's ott of the cabinet and it looks as

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if he will be on the back bdnches. Well, I wouldn't be surprisdd

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if after 17 years as an MP he's going to say, actually, I'vd had

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enough ` and he may well announce in the next few weeks that he won't

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stand at the next election. And if that were to happen,

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it will suddenly make avail`ble a very safe Conservative se`t, and,

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if you remember a couple of months ago, there was a lot

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of speculation that Boris Johnson I think Andrew Lansley would

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really have wanted to have been He was offered it, he said he would

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have it, but he fell victim to politics and the Prime Minister

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decided to give it to somebody else. OK, so who were

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the big winners across the region? It is clear the winners in this

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reshuffle were the class of 201 . One of the big stories involves

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Elizabeth Truss, MP for South`West Norfolk, a consthtuency

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that borders Cambridge. She is now the

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Environment Secretary. Matthew Hancock,

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the MP for Newmarket, he gets a cabinet post and an enhanced role

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as a Business Minister. And don't forget Andrea Leadsome,

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she was only promoted three months ago to the Treasury

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and she's still there tonight. These are the people who thd

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Prime Minister wants to lead the Conservative Party not just

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into the next election, but beyond. The Peterborough`based firm

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Kiddicare has been sold by the supermarket group Morrison?s ` for

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a fraction of its original price. Morrisons bought the childrdn

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and baby products company three But today it was sold to a private

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equity firm ` for ?2 million. Morrisons says Kiddicare no longer

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has a strategic role within Well let's talk to our business

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correspondent Richard Bond Kiddicare is a successful brand in itself ` so

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why is Morrisons selling it off Morrisons have been criticised in

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the past of being slow off the mark when it comes to the Interndt

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compared to its rivals. So, three years ago, it try to do somd thing

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about that by buying was a very successful onlind

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retailer. But when a big colpany buys a smaller company, it doesn't

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work out. And that has cert`inly been the case with Morrisons and

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Kiddicare. loss`making and Morrisons h`s its

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own problems, so it has dechded Buying it for ?70 million

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and selling it for ?2 million ` the shareholders are Morrisons have

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taken a big hit and they will wonder why the Chief Executive who thought

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it was such a good idea to spend ?70 million on Kiddicare, is now

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What do we know about this private equity firm that has bought it?

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It is a company called macro endless. It is a turnaround

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specialist and companies it has ten run in the past include Crown paints

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an Apple Store. Do we know if it'll affect jobs

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or the base in Peterborough? Peterborough is the headquarters and

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distribution centre will Kiddicare and about 200 people work there

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There are a thousand people working for Kiddicare around the UK. One of

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the options open to the to close down about two Kiddicare

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stores and written being what it was originallx, which

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was just a pure Internet retailer. If that happens, jobs will be lost.

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But I should think most of those staff at Peterborough would probably

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be OK. On last night's programme wd looked

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at the Government's new polhcy From September, all children

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in reception and years one But there are concerns that this may

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lead to lower`income parents whose children already qualify for a free

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school meal failing to register And that could cost schools

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thousands of pounds. At this school in Peterborotgh, more

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than 100 pupils are already signed up for free school meals. The next

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September, free dinners will be open to all of the younger intakd. But it

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could lead to a funding shortfall in extra payments currently given to

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help less well off families. The amount of extra money that schools

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get from the Government is linked up to the amount of pupils signed up to

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free school meals. But therd is a real fear that

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some parents might not get registered and schools could lose

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out on vital funding. At thhs school it could mean losing up to ?200 000

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every year. Designed to givd pupils from lower`income families the best

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start in life. in practical terms it means we are able to do a htge

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amount more with children than we would otherwise. We can

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staff, particularly specialhst staff, and they will work whth

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vulnerable children. It is hmportant for us to make sure that evdrybody

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achieves. For some families we have to provide that little bit dxtra to

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make sure that those overcome some of the challenges that

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they face. Parent governors like Kirsty Salter realise that some

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parents might worry about the stigma of signing up. But she says it is

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vital for the school as a whole I can see how much it pays for and it

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is the extras really, in a school like this. Taking them on trips and

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things like that that some children may not get experience. Cross

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Peterborough, almost ten thousand pupils attract the extra money. it

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schools. It is 1300 for prilary schools. And that is per pupil.

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There is a danger if it is ` free school meals that they don't have to

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register and then we could lose that funding, the schools could lose that

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and that would be `` mean ldss people in the classrooms. P`rents

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have until next year to reghster. Schools say it will mean thdy can

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continue to give the best start for pupils. And will return to that

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later in the programme. The police have released CCTV images

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of a man they want to trace in connection with an armed robbery

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in Littleport in Cambridgeshire A man walked into the bookm`kers in

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the High Street brandishing what's He left with a significant `mount

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of cash. It happened late morning on

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Sunday July the 6th. Anyone with information is being

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asked to contact the police. With A`levels over,

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teenagers across the countrx are now preparing for university or maybe

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their first jobs. But concerns are being raisdd

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at Government level about the welfare of young people

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and the vulnerability away from home and school.

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A group of students from a school in Cambridgeshire have been taking part

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in a series of hard`edged programmes that aim to help them stay safe

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and make the right decisions. This is Danny. Not his real name,

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he's a former drug addicts, a dealer, an armed robber. I had an

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imitation shooter, kitchen blades, roasting forks, I didn't care about

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the person's feelings or how scared they were. I took money, jewellery.

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Phones. Anything worth more than 50p. I didn't care. Sixth formers at

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this school in Huntingdon are learning about prison first`hand. If

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you are Burmese and he was busy you are Burmese and he was been to busy

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rather what it all right. It that bad. They are lying. D`nny s

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talk is part of a new progr`mme Called temp Plays It. It has been an

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eye`opener, because I've got friends about the different drugs and things

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like that. Everyone is at the age of the outright drugs and drinking You

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must stick by your friends. It is really brought it home to hdr is how

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it can affect somebody you lay know. It uses films, talks and

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interactions raise awareness of alcohol, drugs, squeak crimd and

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rape. Set up by an ex`policd officer, there is no softly, softly

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approach. It is the hard sttff head`on. You are being arrested on

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suspicion of rape. I can make these individuals make the right decision.

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But what I can do is when they make a decision, make them consider the

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consequences and deal with ht face on. We show them real images of real

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crimes, talk by the activitx of the offenders and if we deal with sexual

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offences, we won't edge arotnd the actual discussion, we will deal with

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the debate properly and consent and with the legislation that stpports

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that consent. we have systels, we have strategies, we have networks

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all of which support our sttdents. But when you have hard`hitthng

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evidence and you are listenhng to people who been through it, adding

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that is really much, much more significant for people. For Danny it

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was a slippery slope. From simple bunking off school aged 12, two

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Wormwood Scrubs aged 21. He lost his youth and now works nights hn a

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supermarket. The world is a grim place. Everybody knows that. But it

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doesn't have to be a grim place if you worry about things look out for

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the people it does not have to be like that. Danny would not wish his

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early life on anybody. If you are

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a school or parent wanting to find out more about these workshops, then

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you can go to www.playitsafd.co uk. A rescue plan has been agredd

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for one of the region's smallest The Cromwell Museum in Hunthngdon

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had been due to close to save money. Now almost ?16,000 will be

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used to set up a trust. Cambridgeshire County Counchl's

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trying to save ?149 million over the next five years,

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but wants to keep the site open Now it is over to Stewart for the

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rest of the programme. You're watching Look East

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from the BBC. Why hiring a bicycle by

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the hour is getting more popular. And the husband and wife te`m

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favourites to take gold in Glasgow. Anybody who has been to central

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London over the last couple of years will have seen what have

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become known as Boris Bikes. Blue bikes in racks by the side

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of the road which you can rdnt The scheme introduced by thd Mayor

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of London, Boris Johnson. Now the idea appears to be

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spreading, and today, 50 bikes And one of our train companhes is

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doing the same thing at somd Public transport for the town

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now lined up and ready to hhre. The markets we are looking

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at most particularly are sttdents. We have some going

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into the University site soon. Ordinary people that

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want to get around. People visiting the town, btsiness

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people going between offices. We've had a lot of interest

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from people coming in on thd train. The company behind it runs seven

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cycle schemes around the cotntry. But this one

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at Blackpool folded after only three I believe Northampton is

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the right size of city. It has the identity required

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with good locations where pdople We operate in Lincoln as well, and

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Norwich have been looking at this. Much talked about Boris Bikds

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are commonplace in the capital. But more

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of the same are heading our way At Ipswich train station thhs

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morning, this one along with Ely, Chelmsford and Clacton

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among 15 schemes being rolldd out We've worked closely with local

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authorities and we are lookhng at ways of improving transport journeys

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onward from stations, and cdrtainly one of the things that has been fed

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back from that is cycling, so that is clearly part of the strategy to

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improve the onward journey choices An account set up online,

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you type in your PIN. Then choose your bike

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and the metre begins. So once you've hired your bhke,

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it will cost you one pound per There are two bike stations

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at the railway station, The rest will be dotted

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around the town. So there was

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a big bike launch today. We had a passerby just a few minutes

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ago from Birmingham, and thdy have After three months,

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there were only four bikes left They do in London, so I'm not sure

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why they wouldn't follow suht. If we can help traffic flow

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and to get people fit, If people now get on them, lore

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bikes, the council say, will follow. The manager of the Theatre Royal

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in Bury St Edmunds says she's looking to cut costs

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in response to the venue losing all The decision `

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announced earlier this month ` leaves the theatre with a ?340, 00

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shortfall over three years. The priority now ` finding new

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money from other sources. It is a ten shillings for a paper

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these days. Disgusting. Rehdarsals under way for a play which heads off

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to the Edinburgh Festival soon, and returns to bury in September. It is

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a two hander. Without having the space to rehearse, I don't know

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where we would do it. I suppose we would have to go into London, book a

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rehearsal space in London. For me, as a vocal, and Ian is local as

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well, to be able to work locally is fantastic. Providing a spacd is one

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way the theatre is working with new shows and the community aftdr losing

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their funny, they are having to make changes. The theatre has bedn

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through difficult years. Last year, it was in a difficult place

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financially. It was strugglhng in terms of its programme. It had

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definitely disengaged with hts audiences. When we submitted the

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application, at the very beginning of March, a new programme h`dn't

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really hit. We were not abld to offer any truth to the council that

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the change creatively had actually started to happen. But their

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relationship with us cancel England is not over. They say they will help

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the theatre export new ways of working. `` arts council. Wd are

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talking to the theatre therd, and although it is is difficult news

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when you come out of our portfolio, it doesn't mean it is the end of the

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relationship. The next nine months are crucial. After next Aprhl, they

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will have a financial hole of ?340,000. They hope to feel that by

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cutting their overheads and revamping their programme, working

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with local schools so they can apply for different parts of

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I'm sure you know by now, but the Commonwealth Games start

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45 athletes from this region will be taking part, including a cotple

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Badminton players Chris and Gabby Adcock live and train in

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Milton Keynes, and have become the first married couple to represent

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Many couples live and work together, but Chris and Gabby Adcock do it in

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They have been married for a year now, long enough to

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I think the first time I went into my new wardrobe, and there were

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Aside from domestic bliss, things are going very well behind the net.

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National champions, top five in the world.

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We know how it feels to stand on top of the podium twice now togdther,

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We want to make sure we put ourselves in with a chance.

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They are part of a 10`player team representing England.

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They went to the last Commonwealth Games in Delhi

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as an item also, but were split up after losing in the quarter`finals.

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A painful separation, but p`rt of their badminton education.

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To play with an older partndr is the best thing that can happen, and I

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would say we both learned a lot from playing with different partners

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Luckily now when we were put back together, we

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have brought so much knowledge that we have learnt from those pdople,

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They might come up against their old partners in Glasgow.

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An England`Scotland clash with extra spice.

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For the Adcocks, they are in no mood to settle for second bdst.

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We want to win the Commonwe`lth win medals, and hopefully go

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We absolutely love badminton, and we trust in each other that

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every time we step on court we will give 100%, and I think for `ny

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Badminton features on all 10 days of the Glasgow Games.

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And for the romantics, just one name to follow

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Don't we just love a fairy tale ending?

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Back to school dinners now, and a reminder that from September,

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every child aged between 4 `nd will be getting a free hot leal

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It's been quite a headache for some schools who don't have

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And it's a subject that's got you gohng.

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Kim has been looking at what you have been saying.

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Brian Mitchell calls this policy and other policy drawn on the b`ck of an

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envelope. The party's education spokesperson didn't answer the key

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for all people and some pardnts can afford to pay? And Allen saxs this?

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Why should taxpayers from this idea. Surely parents should pay the cost.

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They choose to have children, and therefore have the responsibility to

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feed them. Julie Bailey says having a hot meal reduces behaviour

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problems and aids concentration She asks why only offer free me`ls to

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the infants and not the junhors Carol is working for a catering

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company. She says I cook for 20 children at the moment. That will go

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up to nearly 500. She says she picks it is brilliant for the children and

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provides valuable jobs. Mikd is chairman of the Springfield

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primary. He is Lib Dem group leader on Essex County Council. He says he

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knew about this long time ago. We saw the advantages and planned

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accordingly, or to upgrade the kitchens. We will be ready for the

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autumn term. Finally, we sed, a headteacher, says they have over 300

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infants. No kitchen yet, but good news, a kitchen is coming and the

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fans have been found in a r`ce is to get it ready by September. We're

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very excited by this quality meals produced on`shte,

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something Second World War.

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They queue. Heat and humidity will conthnue

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through the week. That could mean thundery downpours by the end of the

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week. Before then, fine and dry weather to be had. Today, pleasantly

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warm. We have had a lot of cloud to the afternoon. The satellitd picture

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shows over the last couple of hours it has started to shift. For some of

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us, we end the night on a dry note with sunshine across the region

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Cloud coming and going overnight. Someone clear spells developing

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towards the end of the night. could lead to Mr patches forming

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into the early hours morning. It will still be a one

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night tonight, but actually not as humid as last night. `` mist

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patches. Temperatures up to 17 degrees. We start tomorrow with

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artistically, but they will clear quickly through the morning. Then we

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are into a fine and sunny morning. Long spells of sunshine, but cloud

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building for the afternoon. Sunshine turning hazy in places as wd get

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into the afternoon. Look at the temperatures. They will be widely up

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to about 26 degrees. In somd places, they may get a degrde or two

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higher than that. You could see across the western counties starting

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to drift in. They might get to places like Northamptonshird,

:25:38.:25:40.

Hertfordshire, perhaps the western half of Cambridgeshire. It looks as

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though it is a predominantlx dry picture. These showers are likely to

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be isolated. If we do catch one it could be on the heavy side. Then

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this is our pressure pattern as we get towards the end of the week

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Lots of heat and humidity btilding. Low pressure moving up from the

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south. We could be in for a heavy and thundery downpour by thd end

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the week, particularly for Friday. In fact, Friday its self looks dry

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through much of the day. Western counties might just catch one or two

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thundery showers in the morning but then drive to the day. Damages for

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Thursday and Friday, up to 29 degrees. `` temperatures. It depends

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on the amount of sunshine. Both days could be cloudy. It is feelhng close

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to being humid. It looks as though we have boundary rain arrivhng

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Friday night into Saturday lorning. The timing of these still uncertain,

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so do stay tuned to the fordcast this week. They could be shhfts in

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timing of this. But it will mean as we get into the weekend, we will

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have a cool and fresh forec`st. will be welcome after the hdat and

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humidity of this week. Just before we go, a quick lention

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of a campaign against bad p`rking If you have taken any like this

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do get in touch. That is it from all of us. Thanks

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for your company.

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