16/07/2014 Look East - West


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Hello and welcome to Look E`st. In the programme tonight:

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Dozens of suspected paedophhles arrested in this region.

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The role of our police in the huge national operathon.

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Local people policing the school run.

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In shooting: The first time and the manner hoping to be a record

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breaker, both going for gold in the Commonwealth Games.

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And it is access all areas for this dog who has been given the freedom

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of Wellingborough. First tonight,

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dozens of suspected paedophhles have been arrested in this region

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as part of a national operation targeting people who look at

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indecent images of children online. Local forces have been assisting

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the National Crime Agency in the campaign

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which has lasted six months. In a moment we'll hear

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from the Internet Watch Foundation But first Neil Bradford is `t

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Bedfordshire Police Headquarters in Of those 14 arrests, only one man

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has been charged and is awahting trial. The other 13 remain on police

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bail. These are not easy police investigations. One offender was

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found to have 150,000 indecdnt images across two laptops. We were

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given exclusive access to the online investigation unit. At Bedford's

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Grey Friars police station `nd other computer is about to be exalined. It

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is a thorough but labour`intensive process. Detectives are searching

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for images are stored on thd hard drive `` hard drive and also those

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that have been viewed and ddleted. These are a number of devicds that

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we have seized. We have iPods and mobile phones as well as colputers.

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This Detective Inspector he`ds up the online investigation te`m. As

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part of the national operathon his team have made 14 arrests and seized

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around 250 devices. It takes an immense amount of time, as xou can

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imagine, people have a very big hard drives on their machines and some

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are terabytes and there are hundreds of thousands of images in some

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cases. The six`month operathon targeted those accessing chhld abuse

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images online. Nationally 666 people were arrested, among them doctors,

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teachers and care workers. @s well as 14 in Bedfordshire there were

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eight in Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire and seven

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Hertfordshire and 34 across the whole of the Thames Valley region

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which includes Milton Keynes. North or's Chief con says it is a problem

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society needs to wake up to. There play and there is a bigger role for

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service providers for the industry to play, working with us to

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disrupt, prevent and to stop the Internet being abused in a way that

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I do not ever believed it w`s envisaged it would be used for. In

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Bedfordshire five officers `re assigned to the online investigation

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team with hundreds of thous`nds of images to trawl through so ht is

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painstaking and emotionally draining. This team of officers say

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that nothing will determine `` might deter them from tackling thd online

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paedophiles. Bedfordshire Police say tackling this sort of crime remains

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a priority and more officers are expected to join the unit shortly.

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We should never underestimate the impact this kind of work has on the

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officers involved. They are all offered counselling because of the

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graphic nature of the images that they see.

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I'm joined by Susie Hargreaves who's the chief

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executive of the Internet W`tch Foundation, a charity which takes

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660 people arrested, dozens in our region, how significant is this

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It is extremely significant. What we used to seize several years ago was

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very few images and now we `re talking about millions of ilages.

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About a year ago we started seeing the Jimmy Savile affected as much as

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people were known to these images and people werd known

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to be looking at many millions of images and there was? About what was

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being done to stop people looking them and today really answers that

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question so it is a really positive day. Let us talk about the kind of

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people who were arrested. A couple of things surprise me, the fact that

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the majority had not had anx contact with the police until this point and

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we had doctors and teachers, does that surprise you? It doesn't

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really. This is a crime that crosses over every strata of societx and it

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could be anybody. Often thex are people in trusted positions because

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they have access to children. It is really a crime that could affect

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absolutely anybody. Your organisation has a very difficult

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job. Not only do you have two keep pace with technology but a lot of

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these sites are hosted overseas How do you tackle that? Absolutdly. The

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problem with child sex abusd online is a global problem. We are the most

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successful country in the world in terms of removing the content in our

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own country, less than 1% of its content is hosted in the UK and if

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it is hosted in the UK we c`n remove it in under two hours because we

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work closely with the UK industry. But of course that means it is

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hosted in other countries so we work closely with law enforcement and

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hotlines around the world and with the Internet industry to do as well

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as we do win the UK and the way we do so well in the UK is bec`use we

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have a with organisations like ourselves

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who are closely with law enforcement, the

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public and the tolerance approach. If anyone

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suspects they absolutely must report it. What

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you need report anonymously or ask for

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details about what your report and if it is illegal, we

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will take it down. Thank very much. A management buy`out for thd

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troubled company has been confirmed. Unions and the new owners whll meet

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next week in a bid to save For months now fears that Solway

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Foods would close for good. Today finally hope that jobs here can be

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saved. Is it good news? I bdlieve so. What is the mood? Peopld happy

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in there? Samar, some are not. We do not have much information ydt this

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March nine heard `` 900 workers heard their jobs would go and today

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the question is what does the takeover mean for the 340 still it

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would smack it is a managemdnt buyout involving two executhves here

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who have been there for mord than a decade. One of them that I spoke to

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said that the business plan is still in the infancy. They are looking for

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new opportunities and they `re trying to secure as many jobs here

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as possible. Inside the factory they pack salads

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for supermarkets. The company was one of the biggest employers in

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Corby. It is very welcome ndws. We hoped we could save the whole of the

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plant and we were not able to do that but many people have already

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left employment but the fact the site

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will stay where it is continue to operate I think is good news. Solway

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Foods says it is selling thd food processing site.

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Unions told us they will medt the new owners next week and thd new

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company begins business next month. It's festival season `

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Latitude is this weekend, the Cambridge Folk Festival at the

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end of the month, V Fest in August, but for one young festival`goer

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from Milton Keynes last year's Georgina Chalmers had been

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preparing to cook food when a gas She's now warning others

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about the dangers. You may find some of the im`ges

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in Peter Cooke's report upsdtting. A new tent to replace the one

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destroyed in an accident th`t could have killed her. For Georgina and

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her friends it is a simple task that brings back terrible memorids. I

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will always have scars, espdcially on my leg which was the most burnt

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piece of me but fortunately I did not need to have any skin grafts so

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I was really lucky with what happened and it could have had a

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very different in `` outcomd if I had inhaled any of the gas. This was

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the 27`year`old six `` a ye`r ago. A gas canister exploded and she

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suffered more than 60% burns to her body. She had been cooking lunch and

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pierced the cylinder but cotld not secure the attachment to stop the

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gas escaping. 160 people have been killed in gas explosions since 995

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including 13 next year. Georgina will return to Bestival at the end

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of the month to thank those who helped her. She is campaignhng for

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people to be more aware of the dangers of such equipment. What we

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have been lobbying for sincd 19 5 is prime`time TV warnings

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feature all of the carbon `based fuels, all of the appliances and all

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of the things that can go wrong and everything from houses to tdnts to

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boats to vehicles. I had assumed like most people that if yot can buy

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something it is safe to use really wasn't so if you havd a gas

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canister without a please do not use it, it is really

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not worth the risk or the p`in. A harsh lesson learned but shd is

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planning to spend more time dancing this summer than at the doctors

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Many of us are all too award of the problems that can be caused

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It's a potentially dangerous combination.

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But now an idea's being tridd out in Northamptonshire which hopes to

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The council has given traffhc cones to people living near

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The school run at this prim`ry School in Wellingborough. Pdople

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here say they have suffered for years with illegal parking. Now they

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have a new weapon, their very own cones to discourage selfish parking.

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Sometimes even that is not dnough. We have had people who ignore the

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cones and one gentleman dragged the cone with him and another child was

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playing on the corner. We gdt people driving that erratic league then you

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have the chance of a child getting knocked down. The impact of traffic

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around our schools is a problem Latest figures from the

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industry show that 1000 children every

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schools `` local roads around schools in Britain every month. Four

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out of five schools have had a pupil injured within 500 metres of the

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school. That is why local councils have given people cones. Police will

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only intervene if cars are parked illegally but they hope it will

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Inconsiderate drivers. We hope so because we all know it is a big

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problem for schools in Northamptonshire and I am stre it is

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the same problem elsewhere. I hope this project will improve this

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community in terms of bad p`rking at school terms. Some drivers gave a

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cautious welcome. It is a good thing I suppose. I would not want it if I

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was living up here, I would not want to not be able to get in and out of

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my entrance. I can understand why they are doing it and I would be

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furious if anyone blocked access to my Gary Rab`johns I think it is

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disgusting but I think therd are places where people can park where

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they are putting combs that is not quite necessary. This is only a

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pilot but depending on its dxcess `` success it could be brought in

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elsewhere. The MP for South Cambridgeshire

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Andrew Lansley, has told thd Prime Minister he hopes to take on an

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international role in the ftture. It comes

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as he announced last night that he will step down from Parliamdnt

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at the next general election. Still to come tonight, the common

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wealth games petrol on the verge of a world record. And the teenager

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competing for the first timd. Stay tuned for a little bit of showbiz

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sparkle. Hello, you might not remembdr me,

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but my name is Ashley Butler. You should definitely remember him. Now

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this is Pudsey and we want Britain's got talent two ye`rs ago.

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Find out what we've been dohng in Wellingborough later on in the show.

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Twice as many people drown `s die in house fires.

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Last year, 124 people lost their lives in rivers, and

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of course it's professional divers who have to recover the bodhes.

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Our reporter Debbie Tubby h`s been given exclusive access to

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the only Fire Service dive team in the country.

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It's based in this region, and it has a new recruit.

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Is everybody fit to dive today? The situation as we have a misshng

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person which means we have to come in with the dog. It seems all too

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real. It has to be realistic. But this is an exercise. Masks `re

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cleaned, cylinders are filldd. Within 30 minutes of a call, they

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can be on the road. If it w`s my child at the bottom of that

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particular lake, I would want them out today. In a dignified m`nner.

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For most, these firefighters diving. This is an additional skill. Paolo

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checks out the water. This hs the first time he has been out with the

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team, the first time on a boat. For the last nine weeks, he has

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trained to find bodies in w`ter When a body is in water, it

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the water, the stronger the gases and that

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detect. Today, he is searchhng for a missing person in a submergdd

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When he finds it, he will bdcome quite manic. He will lick the water,

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jump around, he will want to get into the water, then he will look at

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me to wait for his reward for finding what we are looking for And

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that is a tennis ball. We whll be diving very shortly. The divers rely

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on a number little cord, and their supply allowing them to divd the two

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hours. If we were diving scuba`diving, we have a limhted

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supply of air. If anything went wrong, we'd be in trouble. They

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always have to divers on bo`rd. One to search and one on stand`by.

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You're looking for the car, once you locate, five bells. Only ond metre

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below the surface, it is zero visibility. Searching is often by

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touch. You what all alone, xou can't see anything, you're moving up and

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down, you're getting fatigud, and all you want as a result. You want

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peace of mind for that family. there's anything particularly

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unusual one pleasant `` or unpleasant, we will have an on`site

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debrief. Today, they didn't find the car. But this team has a 100%

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success rate, a unique job recovering bodies with dignhty and

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respect. We have another dog with a different talent later.

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Now to the campaign by a 16`year`old to get British Sign Languagd taught

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Jade Chapman, from Norfolk, was inspired to start a petition by her

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sister Laura, who's profoundly deaf. Mike Liggins has their storx.

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10`year old Laura Chapman w`s born profoundly deaf. She had a cochlear

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implant at three but becausd Laura also has verbal dyspraxia, she's

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only just started talking. Communication can be diffictlt. That

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is why her 16`year`old sistdr Jade wants to see sign language taught in

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schools much like French and German. It's not fair that these foreign

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languages are getting this `ttention and high profile. Everybody knows a

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bit of French. But no one rdally knows sign language. It's not fair

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that deaf people have been hsolated from the hearing world. Thex want to

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communicate but they can't, so teachers need to know that `nd teach

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sign language. Laura goes to Coleman Junior in Norwich. It is a

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mainstream school with a de`f unit. She gets help from a specialist

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support assistant. I was worried an interview with Laura was gohng to be

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difficult. But when she started talking, it was hard to get her to

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stop. It was in my bag, my friend found it... And, also, I got house

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points with my friend. At this school, there is a signing club

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Hearing children can learn BSL to help their hearing impaired friends.

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How do you communicate with Laura? Sign language or lip`reading. She

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sometimes understands a bit of both, and if she doesn't, we have to sign

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it. So it is difficult but not impossible? No. It's not just about

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learning a language because someone is deaf at a school, it is `bout

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their future as well, and it is another method of communicating with

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deaf people, and it is another method of communicating with peers

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as well. Jade has set up a Facebook page and

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she has started an online pdtition. Jade says she won't give up without

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We heard about that story because Jade got in touch whth us.

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If you've got a story to tell, we want to hear from you.

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You can phone or email, or use Facebook and Twitter.

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Don't forget to leave your name and a contact number.

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The Commonwealth Games are now just a week away, and this week we're

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looking at people from this region who could make a big impact. Today,

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a tale of two shooters. One is a veteran on the verge of a world

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record, and the other is colpeting for the first time. The det`ils

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Out of retirement for one final shot.

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Michael Galt is 60 now, England's most successful

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17 medals in all, eyeing up one more in Glasgow to equal the record.

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The feeling of doing what I love doing.

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So, what would that one further Commonwealth medal mean to do?

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It would just be job done, that's it.

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I've done what's required of myself to become the most decorated athlete

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And that is my very first gold medal for a 50 metre free pistol...

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20 years on, there's a new kid on the block.

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At just 18, Suffolk's Larissa Sykes is one of the youngest membdrs

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It was one of those I was sdeing everyone coming back with their

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medals, and I thought, I want to do that, and four years down the line,

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I'm going to have the pride to stand there and say at the end of the day

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I'm representing my country, and I want to do my best for it

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Surprising, some people might say, but the plans, the preparathon,

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the support network I've got going as well, they've really elilinated

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Larissa trains four times a week in Cambridge.

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Hard to squeeze in the hours whilst holding

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We are all extremely chuffed, really proud of how well she's dond.

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She's worked really, really hard trying to fit it

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in with all the work we are giving her here, and to fit

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For the record, Michael would happily bow out with any colour

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Those of you who watched Brhtain's Got Talent will already know Pudsey

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the dog. He was the star who set

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the world alight. Now Pudsey is the star

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of a new film, and today he was given the freedom

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of his hometown Wellingborotgh. Meet the dog... Whose greatdst

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talent is being a hero. The big screen superstar is a lot slaller in

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the Firth. Back in his hometown alongside his best friend Ashley

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Pudsey humbly accepted the freedom of Wellingborough. I loved from the

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first minute I saw him on Britain's Got Talent, and I feel like a

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phantom goal today. He's lovely isn't he? A really nice dog. They

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are free to go anywhere, thdre are no boundaries he cannot go to. So,

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he can go to restaurants and pubs? It depends on the landlord! But I am

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sure he will be welcome there. He is so well mannered. A district 's like

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this that have put a smile on the face of Simon Cowell but he has come

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a long way since then. You are going to have great time

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here. Let me introduce you to the others.

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How do you fill to have the freedom of Wellingborough? And how does it

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feel being. ? Did you get any treats? Porkpie! Porkpie passion

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aside, Pudsey's owner knew from the start he was special. When he was

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born, he was the one puppy that interacted with me, so I sax that he

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chose me. He always played with me, he was the most energetic, `nd right

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from them, I started to teach him tricks and we are now here. Has he

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seen a squirrel? Yes. Pudsex! Pudsey! You're in the middld of an

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interview! It seems underne`th his cool combed exterior, Pudsex is just

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like all the other dogs. Well, not quite.

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That's how dogs should behave. The weather.

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The temperatures hit shy of 28 in Essex today and they could go higher

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by Friday, hitting 30. We h`ve some changes on the way. The high

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pressure is producing sunny weather, but we have this weather front

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pushing in from the west, ttrning western counties much cloudher, and

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they will continue to turn cloudy this evening and eventually this

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cloud is likely to produce some rain. This weather front is fizzling

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out as it heads eastward so for most of us it should stay dry and where

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there is some rain, it will dampen things down. Some cloud arotnd, so

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temperatures will not fall `way tonight. Not the most comfortable

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night for sleeping. Once thd cloud has broken up, it is another hot and

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sunny day. The temperatures will climb higher tomorrow. We still have

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a bit of cloud to shift first but then that sunshine breaks

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through the cloud, with temperatures shooting up`to`the`minute 20s. If

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you don't like them hot weather go to the coast. As the easterly wind

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kicks in, it will mean a cooler forecast for places like thd Norfolk

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and Suffolk coastline. Look at the temperatures inland. It is going to

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be a hot afternoon. Change on the way by the end of the week. It is

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likely to go bang. A lot of hot air coming up from France meeting cooler

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air coming in from the west, so likely to be some fairly intense

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thunderstorms by Friday night and into Saturday morning. Before then,

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on Friday, if you like heat and Yuma, Friday will be quite ` nice

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day with many places likely to get 30 degrees. It turns unsettled

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overnight with intense thundery downpours. Saturday is lookhng quite

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wet. Keep on top of the fordcast to know where this rain will bd, but it

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is likely to be showery, and showers continuing on Sunday.

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Thank you. If you're on holhday at the coast, cooler temperatures

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tomorrow not a good idea. Enjoy your holiday! Goodbye

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