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Hello and welcome to Look East. In the programme tonight:

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what next for two of our hospitals as they face escalating costs?

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Another horse doping revelation shakes Newmarket `

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this time, the horse under investigation is owned by the Queen.

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As the Commonwealth Games get under way,

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we look at where we can expect to pick up medals.

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And it needs some TLC, but this seaside pier could be all yours

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First tonight, the dilemma facing the NHS.

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and still provide the care patients deserve.

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Change is needed and fast, say doctors,

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the Bedfordshire risks overspending by ?50 million.

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greater demands on healthcare and an aging population.

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And hospitals in Bedford and Milton Keynes are feeling the pressure.

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But local people are worried the push for change and cutting costs

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will mean facilities at their nearest hospital will be downgraded.

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Neil Bradford's at Bedford Hospital now.

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Since this review began in to both hospitals, has been speculation

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about Accident and Emergency services here at Bedford Hospital.

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32 different solutions have been considered, they have been whittled

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down to five. All five options are being looked at and contain some

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form of emergency care at Bedford Hospital. Some are better, some are

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worse than the service currently provided. What is sure that the

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services provided now cannot stay. With rising costs and falling

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budgets, health care provision in Milton Keynes

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and Bedford needs urgent attention. The Clinical Commissioning Groups

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responsible for that care say the current provision

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is unsustainable. In January, they began reviewing

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emergency services in both towns. Unions are worried about

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the outcome for Bedford Hospital. It looks

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like a de`escalation or downgrading of A services at Bedford Hospital

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in favour of another trust locally. Very worrying and disconcerting, not

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only for the stakeholders but obviously conversely employees

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and users at Bedford Hospital. The CCGs are looking at five

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possible models of emergency care. Three out of the five scenarios

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involve an enhanced A department in Milton Keynes

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while the other two include All scenarios include some level

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of emergency care at both sites. The clinical commissioning groups

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for Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes say there are no

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preconceived outcomes. The preferred options go to public

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consultation later this year. The patient watchdog says it is

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important that people take part. We always have concerns

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because any change is worrying for people, people always have

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concerns about changes. But I think the important thing

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is we have to have a say The review is also looking

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at community`based care and ways of reducing

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emergency admissions. The Clinical

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Commissioning Groups say So will patients notice the

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depends on the outcome of this depends on the

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review. Those conducting it says review. Those conducting it says

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most patients will not. For example, if you turned up at Accident and

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Emergency, you're still be treated. What happens next? If it is a minor

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injuries unit or something on that scale, you'll be treated and then

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transferred to a bigger unit. To a certain degree, that is all ready

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happening with things like heart attacks. Thank you.

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Dr Dianne Bell is from

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the Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group,

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at the same time as improving the service.

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It is about the fact that the models of care we have

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actually are not suitable for the population's needs these days.

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But money here is the most important thing, isn't it?

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And you you've got millions and millions of pounds

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This is about getting value for the money we have.

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So, yes, we do have limited resources, that is an inevitability.

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It is in our personal budget, it is in our NHS budgets as well.

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But we know we can do more with the money we are given.

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And that is what this review is about.

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The thing that people are really worried about here is that,

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will their local hospital, whether it is in Bedford or

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Milton Keynes, be different than it is now ` be downgraded, if you like?

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I think the one thing we can say is that the model of health care

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will be different because we know the status quo is not an option.

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But this is not just about hospital`based services.

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We are looking at really beefing up and improving the quality of care

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That means you never need to use the hospital in the first place.

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OK, but let's just talk about the hospitals for a moment.

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Let's talk about the thing that everyone wants

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to have on their doorstep and that is a good A Department.

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Can you guarantee that after this consultation period has

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finished, that both hospitals will retain their A departments?

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The options we are looking at all include an A Department

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in each of Bedford and Milton Keynes hospitals.

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Well, as I said, the status quo is not an option.

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So we are looking at different types of hospital models,

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Some of those models mean more services provided in one of those

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hospitals than are currently provided and the other options

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are looking at where we can link or network hospitals together

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to provide better quality but it means linking with other hospitals

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I know we are not in the formal public consultation period

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at the moment but you are wanting to hear people's views.

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And people will simply tell you they want the best quality of care

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You are not necessarily going to be able to deliver that, are you?

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Well, we are not able to deliver that today,

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So, for example, if you have a heart attack today and you are

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right next to Bedford Hospital, the ambulance that picks you up will not

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take you to Bedford Hospital, it'll take you straight to a heart attack

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And when you talk to people about what they really want,

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"I will travel to the ends of the world

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"to know I will get the best possible care

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"that gives me the best possible outcomes."

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Senior racing figures in Newmarket have described

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the latest doping controversy to hit the town as a "genuine mistake".

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The sport was thrown back into the headlines

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after it emerged the Queen's horse, Estimate,

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failed a drugs test after the recent Gold Cup at Ascot.

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Mike Liggins sent us this report from Newmarket.

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This is Sir Michael Stoute's yard in Newmarket, Freemason Lodge. The

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gates remain close. This is not a doping scandal but it is clearly an

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embarrassment for one of Britain's's best`known trainers. A

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string of horses returning to Freemason Lodge this morning. Sir

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Michael Stoute would have woken up to some very uncomfortable headlines

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but it was business as usual in the yard. As we were filming, Sir

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Michael drew up in his car. Waiting Michael drew up in his car. Waiting

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for samples, nothing more to say at this stage. He was friendly enough

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but he was not stopping for a chat. When Estimate won last year, the

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Queen was delighted. But then Estimate tested positive for poppy

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seeds. They were not too thrilled to see our cameraman today because they

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have a Royal warrant. The company issued a statement saying the

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contamination did not take place at their side but from a supplier. Back

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in Newmarket, a trainer said he had concern for all concerns will stop

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their progress in making sure those things do not get in. But a poppy

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seed is the size of a pinhead and it does not take too many poppy seeds

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to come up with a positive sample. Sue Dyson is an expert in equine

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medicine. The testing is very rigorous, so they can pick up a tiny

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amounts of any foreign substance at all. We have no idea of the

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concentration identified. If it was tiny, it would have a negligible

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effect on the performance. It is an embarrassment for the Queen, for so

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Michael Stoute, who is one of the most experienced trainers as well as

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being a leading trainer. No blame to be attached to him for this. An

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embarrassment for Sir Michael Stoute and for the Queen. What is also

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clear is that when it comes to ban `` to band substances, the authority

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has a zero tolerance approach. The first piece

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in a transport jigsaw which promises to make it easier

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to travel from Cambridge to London Work has started on new stretch

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of the guided busway that will link up to

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the new railway station being built to the north

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of Cambridge. Drivers and cyclists

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are being warned the work but the council says

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it will be worth it. In less than a year, the digger

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will be replaced by buses, carrying passengers to a new railway

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station just north of Cambridge. It is being built at

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the old Chesterton rail sidings. From there, direct trains to London

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or North to King's Lynn. This new stretch of busway and

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a cycle track will cost ?6 million, paid for with a grant

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from the Government. It is a good opportunity for local

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business and local people and also for the future people who

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might come and live in this area. It will have a direct access

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into the busway. It will be ten minutes up the road,

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where 10,000 homes will be built. All of that together in the longer

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term, the benefits are enormous. The latest big show that

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around 30,000 people a month That is 10,000 more than it

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when it first opened two years ago. That is where the current section

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of guided busway ends. That is where

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the new section will begin. As you can see,

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work has already begun. It is due to be completed

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early next year. In the meantime,

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it will mean some disruption. Construction work will now

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be happening during the day. Milton Road will still be open

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to traffic in both directions but may be narrowed in places with

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cars being directed use bus lanes. From later this month, until

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December, the cycleway underpass Cyclists will have to cross

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and use the park on the other side. I think it is a bit

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of a problem that cyclists Cyclists and pedestrians will have

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to cross the road two or three times when at the moment

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they don't have to I am working as closely

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as possible with the project team to see if we can

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mitigate that but, frankly, we have to deliver this station because it

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is so important for the wider area. The new section of busway is due

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to be complete by March next year, in plenty of time

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for the new railway station, It's thought that

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the Conservative Party will make

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an official statement shortly over the future of

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Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley. It follows publication

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of a letter referring to his recent

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police caution for assault Now it's over to Stewart and Susie

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for the rest of the programme. Coming up, the appliance of

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bioscience. Plus a rare opportunity to buy your own seaside pier.

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The reputation of this region as a powerhouse for bio sciences

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Today, two major projects were unveiled which will boost

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The Euro MP Richard Howitt was shown plans for a multimillion pound

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science park at Downham Market in Norfolk which hopes to attract

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so`called "Big Data" companies and build research links with

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And earlier, the minister for Life Sciences opened

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Alex Dunlop has tonight's special report.

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Bioscience and Lakeside it seems are the new school. Cambridge and

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Norwich have become international house where you can learn a whole

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new world. This is just a glimpse. They call this molecular farming.

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This is just one aspect. It simply this branch of science use with

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advances in the world of food, medicine and energy. This new centre

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is key to the campers, it will be the beating heart of the technology

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cluster here at Norwich Research Park. More than 3000 researchers

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worked at the park and soon there will be more. These laboratories

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will be leased out to scientists and academics who want to pursue new

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ideas. Across the road there is a new ?11 million building. It offers

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space for new companies, meeting people who want to share your ideas.

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The government is aware that if we can beat the way in advanced

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scientific research it will have major benefits for the economy. That

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is why it is ploughing millions of pounds into places like this and has

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just created the new post of life sciences minister. A job that George

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Freeman said he will relish. He used to drive himself to the research

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Park but now that a minister he is dropped at the front door. The

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belief is to tell the world that Britain is investing heavily in and

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believes in the appliance of bioscience to tackle the problems

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facing the world is to unlock the power of technology to create new

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products and companies to do business. The government is

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investing a total of ?26 million year, Mr Freeman told the audience

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that it is now one of the most important scientific clusters in

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Europe. We punch above their weight globally and it is a great

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opportunity to work in this environment. 14 miles west the

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region's labours new MP Richard Hart was shown ambitious plans for a

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multi`million pound science Park, it will look to attract world leading

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companies in the field of so`called big data. Big money, big ideas and

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big words. Those leading the charge to say that research in this region

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will transform the 21st`century. The Opening Ceremony

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of the Commonwealth Games will burst into life in just over an hour

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in Glasgow. Athletes from

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our region will be taking part. So,

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after months and months of training Our sports reporter Tom Williams

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has just sent this from Glasgow. We have been here a couple of days,

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Glasgow was busy yesterday, it is positively bursting

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at the seams today as we build`up Not long to go,

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it kicks off at 20:14 this evening, that is 14

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minutes past eight o'clock. That is the preshow, and the main

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ceremony starts at nine o'clock. Look who I have bumped into,

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our very own Gail! Look at it, bathing in sunshine, it

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is absolutely glorious, isn't it? I am so excited about the next

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week and a half, I can't wait. We will hear more from a very

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excited Gail shortly, it is your All of the athleteswhile are here,

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most of them stay in the athletes village, and we have

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been taking a sneaky look A spectacular Scottish welcome

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for Team England, After all, these are billed

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as the ?friendly games?. The village is filling up ,

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71 nations familiarising themselves When we got here it was

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a bit sparse, but now it is getting more occupied

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so the atmosphere is growing. The boys have got their house

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together and have been playing cards a lot and the girls have

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been painting each other's nails! I have done read with an England

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flag and everyone is all the same so I think we were all up till ten

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o'clock waiting The hub of the

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the dining hall with around four and a half thousand athletes plus all of

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the support staff, they estimated We have recipes and authentic chefs

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cooking all the different curries. They can have lots of traditional

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Scottish, we have black pudding Team England is the biggest team,

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over 400 athletes and there has been a huge investment in sports science,

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physio and recovery requirement. The athletes are moving towards

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the limits of human performance, we try to eke out these marginal

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gains we talk about. This type of area is what delivers

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that and we can move people from off the podium onto the podium

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but importantly we can move them 4,500 athletes are here,

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the venues are ready and with over 1 billion people are

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watching around the world, let Still, here are the banks

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of the River Clyde with Gail. You have been in the athletes

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village, what is it like in there? It is incredible, it is a bit like

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a university halls of residence. That is the best

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and easiest way to describe it. It is not glamorous ,

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it is not a 5`star hotel luxury You have made the Commonwealth Games

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pretty much your own, I only did two Commonwealth Games,

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Manchester was my first and I definitely learned

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a lot to take it into Athens, Enjoy your media role over

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the next few weeks. We have very high hopes for some

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medals of course, Jonathan Parks is 11 days , 17 sports and 43 from our

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region competing for Team England. Starting us off,

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Andrew Baggaley from Milton Keynes Suffolk Trio Harry Martin,

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Tim Whiteman and George Penner are Four years ago Essex is from Roberto

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Pavoni went to Delhi for experience. The first chance for the 400

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individual medley on day two. Day three it as master and the

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apprentice, Norfolk 's Mick Gord . Aiming for a Commonwealth record

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and Marisa Sykes, at 18, On day five, Andrew could take his

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Commonwealth medal haul to six with success in the final. The big

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comeback for Liz Smith on day five. Alongside his South Essex team`mate

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Max Whitlock. The target, team gold. Scotland stand in their way. On the

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track anything is possible in the 110 meter hurdles final. After

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heartbreak in London, there will be a big return to the javelin from our

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region. And on day six we have the three metre single. On day seven,

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cycle time. Alex Dowson from Essex missed out on the tour and with no

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Bradley Wiggins he is one of the favourites. Emma Trolley is in great

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form and she goes for the women's event. Later on it is Lewis versus

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Max on the pommel horse. They ate, rivals in the sandpit. Can

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Rutherford silence his noisy team`mate in the long jump? And

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after a quiet day nine the games end with Daryl Selby and Peter Baker

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hoping for success in squash, and the first couple of badminton press

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and Gabby at clock. Final medal moments after eight nonstop

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classical games. `` after a nonstop blahs go games.

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We swing into action tomorrow, hopefully news of the medals as the

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other one. This summer the average price

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of a house in this region is ?273,000, an increase of 20,000

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on this time last year. For a lot less than that you could

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buy your very own pier in Suffolk. The Victorian pier is at Shotley

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on the River Stour. It's bursting with history

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but it does require a lot of TLC. Kevin Burch has been

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for a look round. We bought the pier two years ago,

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from a gentleman down Ian Newman presently has

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the keys to what is known as the Bristol Pier at Shotley, but he?s

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decided to sell because he says his firm, an award`winning development

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company, has other projects on There have been no offers so far

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but it is early days, so who could be in the market to take on this 600

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foot long Victorian landmark? It could really be open to

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a wide variety of people. It could be anyone from a very keen

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fisherman who wants his own private pier where he can be 600 foot off

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the shore or it could be, probably And then again it might be

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a conservation group who want to come along

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and wish to restore it and keep it for the local people but we are

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interested to see who comes along. The pier was built in 1894

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as a landing stage for a ferry, formerly owned by the Marquise

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of Bristol, a link still noted in It once served the old HMS Ganges

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naval training base in Shotley. Of course, whoever takes this

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on won?t simply need vision, Sadly,

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this has fallen into disrepair. But then again, and then there's

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the agent would tell you... It has to be sensitive but again it

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has to be realistic, it has to have That is probably why

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nothing has happened. Two locals, Jo and Claire,

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happened to be passing as we were filming , heading off

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for their daily swim in the river. What do they think

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about possible redevelopment? If it is not too commercialised,

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if it was back the way it used to be for barges

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and things in the old days. In the long run I suppose I

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think it is better to do Because if that disappears, you

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think, it will get very boring here. This morning,

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the big question as Jo and Claire showed no hesitation in taking

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the plunge is who would dip their Ian Newman says,

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perhaps not surprisingly, that it is Kevin Burch,

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BBC Look East at Shotley. If you have just joined us, some

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breaking news the Bury Saint Edmunds MP David roughly has broken his

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silence about an assault he has committed on a former partner, he

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says he has apologised and she has accepted. Let's speak to a local

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member of the party. Is this enough to save them? I am very pleased to

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hear that something has been set. It has been a very long time. This is

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what we have been waiting for and thank goodness something is going

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forward. We now need to realise there is just the seriousness of the

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problem and for many of us we believe that he should not continue

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at his position, it is untenable. You would agree with the Police and

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Crime Commissioners, such behaviour is inexcusable whoever you are? This

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is a very serious matter, and it cannot be condoned in any way at all

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particularly by a leader of the constituency, the member of

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Parliament and the silence for all these months has been crazy. He

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should go. I know that you know him reasonably well, your message to him

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this evening? Stand down or Eagle sack you? Stand down with grace and

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we will see thank you for what you have done. You have worked well and

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hard for 17 years but what has happened now is not something that

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is acceptable, now or in the future. Thank you very much. Then for the

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weather. It has been a glorious day. The

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sunshine has been raked across the region. The cloud is gone from

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yesterday with long spells of sunshine this afternoon.

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Temperatures up to 27 and 28 degrees. On the coast it was a few

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degrees lower from places like Essex and Norfolk. There were long spells

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of sunshine and a dry day. There will be long clear spells overnight

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and there could be patchy cloud coming and going with mist patches

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into the early hours of the model. Temperatures anywhere between 14 and

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17 degrees. The wind will ease overnight with a much lighter

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pleased by the end of the night. It will pick up by tomorrow, which will

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be a rather warm and sunny day. There will be a long spells of

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sunshine, the breeze once more picks up and that will mean truly

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temperatures on the course. Further inland that will be welcome, the

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breeze, like it was today. We could record 27 or 28 degrees. Possibly

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lower for Essex and Suffolk. It stays fine with one spells of

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sunshine for the afternoon. Looking ahead there are some subtle changes

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on the way, a cold front is sleeping through for Saturday and cool, fresh

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air. But we have high pressure behind that will keep things

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relatively settled. As for the next few days, increasing cloud into the

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afternoon could produce an isolated shower, and there is still the risk

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introduced for Sunday and introduced for Sunday and

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temperatures getting cooler into the mid`20s.

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Thank you very much. That's all for now. Goodbye.

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