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Hundreds of thousands of people head for the outdoors for this wdekend's

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Heading for Glasgow, the Athletes competing

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And the most famous image of World War I, recreated on a mammoth scale.

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We give you a Birds Eye 's view `` we give you a Birds Eye view.

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First tonight the new biomedical headquarters which will bring

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Pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca showed off their plans todax

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for a new centre on the Addenbrooke's Hospit`l site.

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It should be operational within two years.

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And it's a huge vote of confidence in the city's scientific colmunity.

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But it's less than two months since AstraZeneca fought off a takeover

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bid from Pfizer and there are fears the American company could be back.

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This could be Cambridge's drug discovery powerhouse.

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The design for AstraZeneca's new global research and developlent

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A place where scientists hope to come up with world

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Having recently fought off an unwelcome takeover appro`ch from

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca today l`unched a public consultation on its plans.

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We wanted to be open and accessible to the academic community around us,

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so by having the courtyard open by having the labs visible from the

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outside, by having it invithng as a building, I think it's gohng to

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stimulate great collaborations and opportunities.

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The plan is to build a new premises here on the

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Cambridge biomedical campus near Addenbrooke's Hospital

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AstraZeneca has an existing research and development base in Cheshire.

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The plan is to close that and the London headquarters

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It'll be a big upheaval but, at the end of it, 2000 people will

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work here in Cambridge in world`class facilities.

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Also moving to the biomedic`l campus will be AstraZeneca's subsidiary,

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It employs 500 people at Gr`nta Park near Cambridge.

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MedImmune work on a particular type of moldcule for

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Our colleagues at AstraZeneca work on chemically derived compotnds

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There are all sorts of interesting ways we can use that combin`tion

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And we're really excited by the opportunity to cooperate, not just

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with the community on the CBC, but with AstraZeneca colleagues well.

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For AstraZeneca, it's business as usual.

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Executives want to forget about the Pfizer bid and focus on the future.

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But another takeover approach could be made.

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I think Pfizer could easily come back with a further bid

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if management at AstraZenec`, who've set themselves very

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At that point, I think Pfizer would be well`placed

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to come back and make an offer that could well appeal to shareholders.

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The new campus would be at the heart of Cambridge's science cluster.

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And British owned AstraZeneca hopes, rather than American.

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Does this development mean AstraZeneca is safe from Pfhzer

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Well, it does for the moment. That Pfizer bid lapsed in May and it

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cannot make another hit for six months. Unless the board of

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AstraZeneca invites them back in, which is likely. So a new bhd could

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be made from the end of Novdmber. Of course, Pfizer said before that if

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it took over AstraZeneca, it would go ahead with the Cambridge

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development that AstraZenec` has been talking about today, so that's

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something, but many people within the scientific community ard

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suspicious fires and they think any new bid would be very disruptive to

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the research going on here, and they don't feel Pfizer is as comlitted to

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the UK as AstraZeneca is. What does this mean for Cambridge

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If you're in the business of trying to bring

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today, Cambridge is the place to do it.

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go elsewhere, London or Oxford or Scotland, they

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abroad but they chose Cambrhdge which says a lot about the puality

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of scientific research therd. A jury's heard how a Luton lan

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plotted to kill his love rival. Shahzad Mahroof is accused

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of hiring a hit man to kill Atif Ali who was engaged to the woman he

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wanted a relationship with. Six men deny conspiracy to lurder

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following a shooting last M`y On May 20 last year, Atif Ali's

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journey to work came to a dramatic end. The 28 rolled from Luton was

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shot in the leg and almost died The prosecution said he was the target

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of a hit man, hired by a man who wanted a relationship with his

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fiancee. Luton Crown Court heard that Shahzad Mahroof was intent of

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pursuing a relationship with Atif Ali's fiancee. In the months prior

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to the shooting, he tried to intimidate and even threatened to

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kill him. When those threats didn't work, the prosecution said he made

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arrangements to murder him. The prosecution said 28`year`old Shahzad

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Mahroof was the mastermind behind the conspiracy. The gunmen was

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Bernard Pillai. He denies hd was trying to kill Atif Ali. Matthew

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McCafferty was accused of stpplying the gun. The prosecution sax Mark

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O'Neill was the driver, and another man was the spot. The plot, the

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prosecution say, involved a silver Mondeo, bought the cash the day

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before. CCTV shown to the jtry captures Atif Ali's silver @udi with

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the Mondeo following two cars behind. As they turn into Ldicester

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Road, it deliberately crashdd into the victim's car. As he got out to

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inspect the damage, the gunlan opened fire. Opening the case for

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the prosecution, the QC told the jury...

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Shahzad Mahroof admit plotthng to cause serious damage to Atif Ali,

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but he denies conspiracy to murder. It is thought the trial might last

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up to four weeks. Hundreds

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of demonstrators gathered in To raise awareness

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of the situation in Gaza It's one of a series

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of protests across the country aimed at highlighting

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the increasing violence in Gaza Talks between a hospital trtst

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and biomedical staff are dud to Around 60 scientists say thdy've

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been locked out of Northampton General Hospital

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in a row over new contracts. Today, the General Secretarx

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of the Unite union, Len McClusky, met senior managers saying the

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dispute could put lives at risk Trying to break the deadlock,

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one of the most powerful unhon men in Britain steps

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into the blood test lab dispute For almost a month,

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biomedical staff say they'vd been banned from the building

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in a dispute over contracts. The union leader siad patients

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were being put at risk. Sooner or later, and we belheve it

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will be sooner, lives will be lost as a result of management's actions,

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and it will be on their conscience. They've got people doing

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this critical job who are not sufficiently experienced

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or knowledgeable. When we give blood samples,

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it's critical to everything that happens, and, unfortunately,

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people will die. Ahead of meeting

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senior managers, he spoke to staff. We've been keeping

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our spirits up but him coming today has just lifted them even ftrther,

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so it's very positive for us all. He's really given us a boost,

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he's promised us that we can fight So it really gives everybodx

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a great boost. In the dispute over new contracts,

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staff had offered to cover `ll emergencies but had refused to work

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overtime and out of hours. As a result,

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they were asked to stay at home We will see where that leads to but

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at least from where we was last week where we had no meetings pl`nned,

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we've now got a meeting planned We are open to anything and we will

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listen to ideas as well as put some The trust has given

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a statement saying that bec`use of the industrial action, it's been

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forced to source alternativd Labour It says the trust's focus is

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on patient safety and says tp to 93% of samples are still being turned

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around within the hour timescale The union has been seeking `

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High Court injunction over It's hoped Monday's meeting will

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bring some movement Hundreds of thousands of people will

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take to the outdoors this wdekend with a series of festivals

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and events across the region. But after violent storms last night,

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and temperatures nudging 30 degrees centigrade today,

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there are concerns that With more on that,

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here's Louise Hubball. It is an absolutely glorious evening

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but in the early hours it w`s a very different story. These picttres were

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sent in from viewers around the region and they give you an idea of

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what you could have seen if you peeked out from behind the curtains.

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Commuters going to London this morning had a pretty torrid time

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with the trains delayed by the poor weather. Now we have a situ`tion

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where there are speed restrhctions on some lines because of thd high

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temperatures. Of course, thd heat can be a risk to people as well

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especially the elderly who light not be so mobile.

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Some of them liked to sit ott in the sun, which we wouldn't

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advise, particularly between the hours of 11am `3pm.

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So when we are visiting pathents in their own homes, we are giving

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this advice to those patients as well, about increasing their fluid

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intake and making sure they have their curtains shut when thd sun is

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Well, the weather`bob for this weekend is very volatile. There is

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an amber warning for heavy rain and the possibility of more lightning.

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It's something we don't see as often in this country so people don't

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really take it quite as serhously as they should, but the gendral rule

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is if you can hear thunder, you're close enough to be struck by

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lightning, so any out events throughout the weekend,

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if you hear thunder, make stre you get inside and shelter if you can,

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stay away from big trees and metal objects, and that sort of thing

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And hundreds of thousands of people will be at outdoor events this

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weekend, including concerts in museums, and plenty more, as my

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colleague reports. This is a lake with a difference.

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These strange objects coming out of the water form an art installation

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opening this year's Milton Keynes International Festival which 20 000

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people are expected to come and enjoy. So, from the Milton Keynes

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Festival at the Bedford Rivdr Festival where 300,000 people are

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set to turn up this weekend. Plenty going on. Over 100 boats have in

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fact attended the festival this year. On top of that, we have the

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traditional raft races taking place, over 40 rafts have entered

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those competitions, we have the Dragon boat racing, and canoeing,

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and various other activities. Lots going on. Lots to do indeed. Today

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saw visitors bringing their boats from far and wide ready to dnjoy

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life on the River blues. On land, the setup is taking place for some

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fun on the fair but with all these people out in force, will it be

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safe? You have 300,000 people in a confined space, and a small area, it

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is quadrupling the population of Bedford for that period of time so

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there will be some people who will break the law, there will bd a few

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problems, but when you number of people coming, we are

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anticipating a safe and peaceful happy event. With the cotton

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peaceful weekend ahead, the best place to be might just be the water.

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In truth, tomorrow is a really tricky weather scenario, but it

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looks at the day of extremes with heat, humidity, and the risk of some

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really vicious storms. So it really a day to take care.

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Thank you. Before we go, a quick mention

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about BBC Radio Cambridgeshhre's big It's in Cathedral Square

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in Peterborough to raise money for a new hospice at Thorpe Hall

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in the city. There will be music,

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dancing with a Portuguese theme And a special Dr Who event

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at the Queensgate shopping centre. ?6 million is needed for thd new

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hospice to be built on the same Robert Halfon is joining thd

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Chancellor's star. He has rdpeatedly lobbied for tax to fuel and bingo.

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He's now George Osborne's Parliamentary Secretary. Thd

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Chancellor treated he was ddlighted, describing Mr Alphonse is a

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brilliant campaigner. Later, Alex has more on the weather, but before

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that, time to hand you back to steward for the rest of the news,

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plus an amazing maize maze with a World War I theme.

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It's been an emotional day at Greshams one

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They have been remembering a cricket match played 100 xears ago

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just before the start of thd First World War.

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The school's first eleven played a team of old boys.

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Eleven of the young men who played in the match were killed in the war.

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Lots of lovely places to pl`y and watch cricket in this region, but

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this has got to be right up there. I think you will agree. In thd

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distance the chapel built around the time of the first war in a free

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round, the school buildings in the distance, the old cricket p`vilion,

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and then the new cricket pavilion which is only just been opened.

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Today, a game between Gresh`m 's and the Norfolk selected 11, designed

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commemorate and in some senses celebrate the lives of the boys from

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cricket match between Gresh`m School and the all boys. The school

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boys in this photograph would be dead.

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think, and the fact that thdir adult lives were about to begin and all

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But this is absolutely a molent of history.

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Then, players and a sending off the last post. Seen here in the team

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photograph of 1914, survived the first and Second World

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War. Today, his sons redback Gresham 's to pay tribute, only too well

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aware that their father was lucky. When so many of his friends were

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not. You left school and john the regiment, if you are in a ptblic

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school humour going to be an officer. Because you have some

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background you were at the front in no time at all. And as a yotng

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Second Lieutenant your chances of living were not great. In total

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more than 100 old boys from Gresham 's lost their lives in the war to

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end all wars. The school is sensitive to its past to getting the

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most correct today was not dasy It was very poignant and

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were very clear that he wanted this to be a

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important event in the schools history, but one that appointed as

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much to what hope as remembrance. We think we got the balance right

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today. There was some good cricket today and some not quite so good.

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But that was not important. The match was all about remembering

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those who never came back. 100 years ago the old boys won the

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match, except that the results does not matter but let's look at the

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scoreboard. Batting first, 213 in 40 overs and the Norfolk 11. M`ke a 641

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and 24 overs. For cricket lovers, likely to be close.

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Well that's one way of markhng the centenary, here's anothdr.

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This one is very different ht's been built on a huge scale

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Hidden in this field, something few of us would feel to recognise. The

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region 's flanks filing suit, a clue. Hi, helicopter hire, xou can

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see. His face, that pointed finger, your country needs you. Kitchener 's

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call to arms. Mat out in me`ns. Up here the scale is extraordinary it

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felt a crusade, 1 million plans What Kitchener 's head is 100 metres

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weight alone. The maze opens today by Lady Kitchener, his great, great

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niece. Guest of honour with her husband, Julian Fellowes. I find it

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very moving. They have made it and it is very clear that it is his

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poster. Wallace told that hhs is the most famous poster of all thme.

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not know if that is true but that is what

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the top right`hand corner which they have planted with red poppids. I am

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a proud husband. Being in this of consort rolled to the catering

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legend is something I am quhte to the recorder city of it, but then

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I release a special moments, this is one of them. It is `

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marvellous way of remembering Emma 's uncle Herbert and all of those

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men who died. The top right corner, the largest poppy in the world we

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are told. The pedals, 60,400 poppies about to bloom. But by local

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children learning about the war meant the air `` meant to end all

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wars. It is for people who came into the water help England win. People

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used to wear grey and black and brown clothes. Be used lots of

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horses in the water. What Khtchener was born in Ireland in 1850 and

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joined the Royal Engineers hn 1 71. He fought in the Sudan becoling a

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national hero. He became Secretary of State for War in 1914, btt his

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reputation waned after backhng the disastrous Dardanelles oper`tion in

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1915. He drove the year aftdr of the Orkneys on board a ship sunk by a

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German main. His face will live in ever, but how did they do this? The

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40 points on the ground likd a satellite navigation, put that on

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the ground. I clear the road to make the pass so they do not grow in the

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rest of the ministers go. One of the most famous for images ever, in this

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field to remember the many sacrificed their lives in foreign

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fields. And the anniversary of the start of

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the First World War is earlx next And we'll have a series

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of special reports during that week looking at the impact

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of the war here in this reghon. There is that picture again. If you

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are from the white, you can just Secret Service moustache and you can

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see his face. The Commonwealth Games start

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in 5 days time. One and a half billion people are

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expected to watch around thd world. 4 of the 17 sports are not Olympic

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sports. And in both of those we havd medal

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contenders from this region. It means a lot to represent your

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country. The Commonwealth G`mes is massive. This is the first

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multisport events not in thd Olympics. Once every four ydars a

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chance for us players to hopefully showing. The Commonwealth G`mes is

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the Olympics. The big one. The one to win. Article 2014, the grandest

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of platforms to promote the professional game to the world. We

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are a great and growing sport. Disappointed we are not in the

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Olympics but this far us is something where we can showcase what

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the are about, how beautiful our sport is and how hard it is and also

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how great it is to watch like this. It does not come around

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very often. Delhi and that was amazing `nd I

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hope that will be the same. Squad's latest bid to become an Olylpic

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sport was rejected in favour of wrestling. The third

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applied and field, despite the revolution with radical changes to

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scoring, courts and technology. While the sport has changed over the

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years, their friendship has not Close on and off the court. I hate

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playing and because I do not want to lose and I do not want to whn

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relationship with on tour. The rest they

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looking to make a mark in classical, too. The London venue is ond of the

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most dramatic as by the University, the Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre.

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The strongest lawn Bowls from the Commonwealth. Our sport is

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not in the Olympics to the Commonwealth is as big as it gets

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terms of it being a multi`international sporting event.

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You only need to look at thd impact of the London Olympics and

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Paralympics, it would be magnificent for the sport but unfortunately we

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are not in that position moment and therefore expect the

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Commonwealth Games even mord important to build a legacy. All

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smiles when Ellen won the women s pairs for musical alongside her best

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friend Amy Monkhouse. It is her fourth games, she hopes

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significant impact again along with her sport.

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And of course good luck to `ll of the competitors at the Commonwealth

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Games. Good luck if you are out of the weather as well!

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Our weather is unpredictabld at the best of times, the next 48 hours

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will be a particular challenge. We expect thundery downpours btt where

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we get them, that will be h`rd to pin down. We have a lot of heat and

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humidity building, and tempdratures recorded in a case in point. Ritual

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in Essex was a hotspot, it hit 2 degrees so certainly the hottest day

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of the year so far. Just look at former, 10 degrees lower th`n the

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rest of the region. Cooler on the course. The current set`up, last

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night was case in point. Thhs is the radar image during the thundery

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downpours we got into the e`rly hours of this morning and in

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they were projected to go up the central Spain of the countrx but

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they went much further east. That is atmosphere we are dealing whth. We

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ends today on a final and humid evening saw lots of dry

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weather to start the evening. then we have these thunderstorms

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moving up from fans and 24 will be difficult, but the could be some

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difficult, thundery downpours and some really telling the

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places that could cause problems through the night. By the d`wn

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period it looks like this zone instability is moving farthdr

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northwards. There could be ` drier interlude by tomorrow morning.

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Within the overnight temper`tures, the marquee night with thosd of 18

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or 19 degrees. This is tomorrow morning, the showers heading offered

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in the sunshine coming up that will warm things up so many of us could

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reach the high 20s the model is not 30 degrees, once more. Then we

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develop some home`grown showers These are likely to develop across

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the western half but they could go further east. It will be

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to predict the sporadic nattre of these showers. Again,

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telling the downpours possible in some lightning strikes. That

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limiting offers. For a dry `nd to the evening but then the ch`nce of

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showers running of the eastdrn side of the evening so still no respite

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overnight. It is looking unpredictable, expect anythhng this

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weekend. You risk of thunder, sunshine and fuelling warming

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between but also some parts of the region may even stay dry.

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office has issued an amber warning, just because

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disruption caused by this hdavy rain. Here we have,

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are not quite out of the woods across we still

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more sunshine around but thdre is also the chance

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any of those could be heavy and family. The news is high

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at the start of next week s`w a more settled forecast, hats and hsolated

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sunshine. Do not forget what

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if you can hear the thunder and lightning is near you. Goodbye.

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