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Farewell, beautiful princess, 6.00pm. So goodbye from

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Farewell, beautiful princess, tributes to a little girl knocked

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down and killed by a bus in Luton. That had by birth, but thred days on

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these homeowners are still waiting for the clean`up.

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We will be here later. We cdlebrate 20 years online shopping.

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And reliving life in the First World War trenches at Duxford.

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First tonight, the tearful tributes to a lhttle

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Mayah Shahzad was just three years old.

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On Friday she was hit while in the Bury Park area of town.

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Today, family and friends attended her funeral, describing the

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Bus services in the area were suspended as a mark of respdct.

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They came in their hundreds to her funeral, to pay their respects and

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say goodbye to a little girl taken too soon. The family of

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three`year`old Mayah Shahzad describe her as a little angel. She

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died on Friday after being hit by a bus on Bury Park Road. We are very

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close knit in Bury Park. Evdryone is very sad. The main thing is to

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support the family at the moment and get them through this tough time.

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The accident happened just before 4pm. The road was closed for more

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than four hours. The bus was operated, a company said it has

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suspended services through Bury Park as a sign of respect. It has said

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that it is cooperating fullx with the release investigation. Ht

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expects services to resume tomorrow morning. The driver is being

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supported by his company and his union. The BBC understands that the

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driver is unlikely to come tnder any charges. Officers still need

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witnesses. Our initial enquhries show that there were loads of people

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on the road, it is a busy Hhgh Street, but very few people have

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come forward. If there was `nyone at the time, at the scene, who

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witnessed the collision, pldase come forward. Her death has devastated

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this community. They are calling on the local community to see hf any

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safety improvements can be lade It's three days since ex`hurricane

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Bertha hit the region, but for some The fire service in Cambridgeshire

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has received more than 300 dmergency flood calls since torrential rain

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hit the region on Friday. In the town of March alone crews

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pumped more than eleven million Today, many residents compl`ined

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that Anglian Water was too slow When the floodwater receded, this is

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what remained ` sewage an inch deep At its highest, the floodwaters were

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lapping up against the garage there. The level has dropped

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and what is left is this raw sewage, right across the yard

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and it has seeped into everx one He says it took Anglian Watdr two

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days to turn up after they rang I appreciate they were busy, but the

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fire service sent someone to assess Have someone driving around

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in a van responding to calls. Anglian Water were

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on site today with tanker lorries It looks

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like we will be going all d`y. The torrential rains arrived Friday

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night, this is rush`hour on the A14. This car was caught out

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by fast rising floods. I know there's not

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a lot they can do, but we fdel as The fire service say they rdceived

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300 emergency phone calls Crews were called to pump w`ter

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in March. At this garage,

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water poured through the roof, they It happens most years,

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because the drainage around here is poor, but it has

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never happened as quickly as this. After the rain comes the cldar up,

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and for many here, questions as to why it took their water company

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so long to come to their aid? That's the question I put to

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Ciaran Nelson from Anglian Water He told me they'd had thous`nds

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of incidents to respond to. We?ve got a really difficult job to

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do here, because we have to prioritise the jobs and how we deal

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with them and naturally somd things come first, for instance thd threat

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of pollution to the environlent or The reality is that that me`ns there

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are some people who we?re not going to get you as quickly

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as we would like to or as qtickly as they would like us to and all I

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can do is apologise for that. But we have people in March who had

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raw sewage and eight inches What you would you have

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responded to quicker? That is the most distressing

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situation I can imagine somdone being in, and I cannot speak on the

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specific circumstances, all I can tell you is that the generality of

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the situation has been exceptionally busy and it sounds like thex

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would have been priority jobs. It is difficult for me to understand

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and it must be even harder for the customers to understand and

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all I can do is apologise if they We are out there on the grotnd

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in those places repairing anything that has been broken, checkhng

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the situation on the network to make sure it is performing

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as it should do and helping The fire service had hundreds

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of emergency calls in that period, but they got someone else

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by Saturday on this same street It is not

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for me to draw comparisons. We do work very closely with

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the fire service and it sounds like we did not get

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our response right or did not get it as good as it could be

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and I can only apologise for that. How long is an acceptable alount of

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time for a customer to have to wait I am not claiming that any length

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of time is acceptable. Ideally,

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we would get there immediatdly, but when you are dealing with the

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tail end of a hurricane, we will We appreciate

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for some people it will havd to do We appreciate some people is not

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just rainwater, this is raw sewage. If it is raw sewage, it will be

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diluted by the rainfall , btt that It is a horrible situation

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for people to find themselvds in. We will work with them to clear

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up the aftermath of this evdnt. Are you worried that people might

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become ill I think that is a matter

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for the health authorities, Public Health say they don't issue

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specific guidance for a sew`ge leak, but that, in general,

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people should wash all clothes which have come into contact with

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floodwater separately. Fabrics which can't be thoroughly

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cleaned should be thrown aw`y, as should any food, including tinned

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food which has touched floodwater. Children

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and pets should be kept awax A mother who lost two daughters in a

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car crash has warned drivers to do Lorraine Mason was speaking

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at the inquest into the deaths of Tamzin and Jessica Portor on the

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A47 at Walsoken near King's Lynn. The coroner was told that the car,

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being driven by the girls' step`mother, had a

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slow puncture, uneven tyre pressure Police forces

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across the region have seen a significant rise in the ntmber

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of people reporting cases of rape. In the last two years,

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Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, and Bedfordshire have seen

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a jump from 682 cases in 2001/2 12 Now, another of our forces,

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Hertfordshire has launched a pilot scheme to encourage more

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people to come forward. But, as Emma Baugh reports,

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rape charities say they are already They are the hardest victims to

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reach, but they are coming in ever`increasing numbers `people

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who have suffered sexual violence, Those charities that help

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them are finding it tough. Like Peterborough Rape Crishs,

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who can only open their helpline We need long`term funding to recruit

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more volunteers, to be able to open the helpline for longer

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and to reduce our waiting lhsts Some survivors are waiting tp to

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five months for support at the moment,

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because we cannot meet demand. That demand has continued to grow

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over the last year and a half. In Peterborough,

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the number of people seeking help There has been a 94% increase in

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people calling the city's hdlpline. There has been a 67% increase

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in people wanting face`to`f`ce help and referrals relating to hhstoric

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child abuse have risen In Hertfordshire, police ard taking

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to the streets, launching the Hands Off campaign, which focuses

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on people giving consent. It says only

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a person saying yes is acceptable. It is moving the emphasis away

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from the victims and dispelling the myths and stereotypes

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of linking sexual crimes to alcohol and to what you may wear on a night

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out, but focusing on offenddrs. It is our responsibility

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to get true consent. While charities welcome what

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the police are doing to change attitudes to rape,

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they say only more funding will give New figures out today show that

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the East of England is the worst According to the insurer,

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NFU Mutual, Cambridgeshire hs hit more than anywhere else with crime

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costing farmers there ?2.7 lillion In Northamptonshire,

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it costs ?840,000, up 20%. But in Hertfordshire

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and Bedfordshire, Commuters using the West Co`st Main

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Line through Milton Keynes have been warned they face disruption to their

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journeys for the next three Mondays. Journeys on Tuesday the 26th will

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also be affected because of Those are your top stories tonight,

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time now to join Stewart and Susie I'll be back with

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the late bulletin at 10pm. in Colchester failed to help when

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a young woman had an epileptic fit. Two young men even filmed the fit

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on their mobile phones. Perhaps even more worryinglx other

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people just stood and watchdd. The charity Epilepsy Action says

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more needs to be done to help Maggie's seizures can be

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life`threatening but she is determined to live

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as normal a life as possibld. While walking her dog, she

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collapsed and lost consciousness. After a few minutes, unable to move

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or speak, she was confronted They were pointing their phones

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at me, laughing and making fun of me because I had wet mysdlf

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and had blood on my face. One of the boys brought his phone

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very close to my face, I thhnk to get a close`up cos there was a lot

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of blood where I had bit my tongue. My dog growled and he steppdd back,

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looked uncomfortable Maggie posted details of her ordeal

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online. She received many responses,

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many from people who have epilepsy and are too afraid to leave

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their own home. It brought tears to my eyes,

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the thought that someone cotld treat my friend that way and

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the thought of her having a seizure alone and to wake up and find two

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people filming you is disgr`ceful. We could all help someone

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who is having a seizure... There are around 40 different types

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of epileptic seizure. This video gives advice

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on what people should do If the seizure lasts longer than

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five minutes, It is very common for peopld to

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sustain injury during those seizures and if somebody is with thel,

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they can protect them from `ny danger and also watch them `nd make

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sure they recover successfully. What depresses Maggie most was the

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reaction of people in the p`rk, who I believe these boys made

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a mistake and should not have done But the people sitting around that

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were out of the situation, What happened to Maggie was shocking

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but she says it may at least highlight a condition which

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affects 600,000 people in the UK. So what should you do if yot see

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somebody having an epileptic fit? The experts say there are three

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key steps you should take. Cushion their head and remove

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anything which could do thel harm. Place them in the recovery position

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and if possible stay with them Online shopping celebrated

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its 20th birthday today. Of course,

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it's changed the way we buy. But it's also affected

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the way companies sell. They've had to build distribution

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warehouses to get the goods to Many of those warehouses ard

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in this region. Online sales are expected to

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reach ?107 billion this year. More than a third of that total is

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from sales to people using Ben Thompson has spent the day

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at a distribution centre in Can you believe it is 20 ye`rs

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since our first online transaction? It has changed the way we bty

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and sell. We are here at the John Lewhs

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distribution centre in Milton Keynes, where thousands

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of items are flying around. Some of the 100,000 or

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so that they stock at this site They are being sent to people

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who have ordered online You have spent a lot of mondy

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on this site. Clearly it is a big investmdnt

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for you. But does it replace

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traditional high street stores? It is not as simple as saying

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that one replaces the other. About one third

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of our sales are online. You can see the items whizzhng

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around today. But our customers are saying

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that they like to do both. They maybe researche online

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before going into a store or people shopping online

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and having the items delivered to I just want to introduce yot to

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James, The challenge, of course,

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when looking at online retahling has been the security and s`fety

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of the technology. There was not any security hn that

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first transaction. What has happened

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with online shopping has tr`nsformed Back in the day,

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they would have access to tdns of thousands of products,

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today it is tens of millions. Making sure that all

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the big retailers keep up whth More of us now doing it on lobile,

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expecting it quicker with the convenience that comes with

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24/7 on the Internet. Very quickly, that original

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transaction 20 years ago All of our teams played

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their first matches this wedkend. Contrasting starts for East Anglian

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rivals Ipswich and Norwich. Mick McCarthy described

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the Championship as bonkers, after Town out`played

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and beat Fulham, who'd just come Norwich meanwhile endured

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an uneasy start, losing at Wolves. Controversy surrounded a sending off

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and today the club confirmed they're looking into allegations of racist

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behaviour by a small group of fans. This man's wait for a first victory

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as manager goes on. A demoralising start all rotnd,

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made worse hours after when Norwich revealed they are investigating

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allegations of racist behavhour There are reports that two fans were

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ejected, West Midlands police told us they

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have not received Norwich had not won

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on the opening day for 11 ydars This second half effort

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their only shot on target. Martin was sent out

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and could yet face further The only goal was

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scored minutes later. Life in the Championship,

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not a pushover. I was disappointed with

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the first yellow. It affects the game and it came

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at a point where we were dolinating We still had a couple of ch`nces

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near the end to get something. those hopes seemed justified

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but the manager was quick to play Daryl Murphy scored the first,

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before a second was added. Their newly`relegated oppondnts gave

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them a late scare It does not matter what

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you have spent or done. It was hard but they all worked

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exceptionally well together. Some trepidation for Norwich,

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who have two home matches to kick With 45 games to go,

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both know nothing is won yet. It has been revealed in the last few

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minutes that Martin Olsen h`s been charged with improper conduct and

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has until Thursday to respond to that charge.

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Defeat for Norwich was the only blip on an otherwise fabulous st`rt for

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We now have ten sides, eight of them won.

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Strangely all five in League Two won 1`0, incltding

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They were very keen to provd a point on the opening day.

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When you have waited as long as Cambridge and Luton, the opening

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day of life back in the Football League is something special.

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Over 6000 swarmed into this sun`drenched stadhum

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and more than 1000 made the trip to Carlisle.

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The question was whether thdir teams could handle the occasion

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At Cambridge, this early penalty miss proved pressure could tell

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200 miles north, Luton took a deserved lead.

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Back at the Abbey, they had to wait an hour for the deadlock to break.

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Cambridge's longest serving player calming the nerves.

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His side's first league goal in almost a decade.

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It is a relief, there is no doubt about that.

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We set out to prove that we are good enough.

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We have to prove ourselves over ten, 20 or 30 games but this was good.

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Luton playing on in Cumbria, even if the goalkeeper gives

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We have shown all the attributes that we will need throughout

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A season which has only just started and feels like

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There is never a dull moment in the Football League.

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Don't forget our football sdrvice at teatime on Sundays, when we bring

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You can also watch your teal on the Football League Show on Sattrday

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And it's available on the iPlayer all week.

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It's a week now since we marked the 100th anniversary start of the

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First World War with a serids of events rights across the cotntry.

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There has already been a surge of interest in everything

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about the Great War, especially at the Imperial War

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Good morning, everybody. It may have been 100 years `go but

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maybe we are just beginning to really learn about the First World

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War. At the Imperial War Museum a history lesson from a former history

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teacher for young and old. Recently it seems to play a second fhddle to

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World War II, that have become very popular. People are very interested

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in the history, with their relatives. Obviously this ydar, with

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start of the war, there has been an start of the war, there has been an

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upsurge in people's interest. Duxford may have been an er` base

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but they have their own trenches, where visitors got a sense of what

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life might have been like w`iting for the call to go. And you do not

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really learn until you experience the feel of a uniform, the fear of a

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gas attack or the weight of an Enfield. I think it was 7500 people

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got hurt or had injuries on the got hurt or had injuries on the

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first day of the war. The things that they were wearing were quite

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heavy and quite itchy so it must have been quite uncomfortable. This

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place would not exist if it was not for the First World War. It was

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built in 1918 as a training base for pilots. Many buildings remahn and

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this original accommodation block for the pilots has survived. The

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reason they came here was the land was quite flat without many trees

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and they wanted the error fheld as a training station so you would have

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learn pilots and you wanted to give them plenty of room and blazers they

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could land without doing too much damage. Many of these storids have

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not been told or buried with the fallen and only now, 100 ye`rs on,

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are we really grasping the cause and effect of the First World W`r.

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Within the last hour, government sources have confirmed that

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tornadoes on the trick will be going to the Middle East in coming days

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and they will join the humanitarian effort in Northern Iraq. I have been

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told that the tornadoes will, within the next 48 hours, the headhng out

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to eBay 's in the Mediterranean or Middle East, perhaps by Chrhs or

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Turkey. `` Cyprus. They will be operational by the end of the week,

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I understand. They will not be doing combat operations. They are equipped

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with high`tech imaging oper`tion so will be eyes in the skies,

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pinpointing where the refugdes are so that humanitarian aid can be

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targeted on the ground. Thank you very much.

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It was not the hurricane th`t brought us the most rain ovdr the

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past few days, but the thundery rain which pushed up from the sotth to

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stop at an unofficial site hn Cambridge, the recorded 130

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millimetres of rain, over fhve inches. That is double what you

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would expect from the whole month of August. At our official posts, we

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also had impressive totals. On Sunday, many of us had less than 20

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millimetres. It did produce some pretty blustery winds. We h`d gusts,

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as you can see, of over 40 lph. It has been pretty blustery today. It

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has meant that these showers have whisked on through. Some of those

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have proved heavy and thunddry and there are more to come over the next

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few hours. Eventually, they should move away to the east and it should

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become largely dry and clear for many of us. Not aid bad night for

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watching the moon. We should see those winds easing down a touch

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although still remaining prdtty blustery especially towards the

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cost. Tomorrow, there is thd low pressure associated with birth. A

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westerly flow, dragging in some showers but they will be few and far

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between. For many of us, a dry day with some sunshine although you

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could see heavy showers with the fund are mixed in. `` with thunder.

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Still quite windy, with a good moderate breeze. We finished the day

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with some showers around but for many of us, some sunshine to end the

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day. Wednesday is looking dry for everyone at the moment but by

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Thursday, a greater risk of some showers. They are likely to be

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slow`moving with the lack of wind. We could still have a few around on

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Friday but hopefully some fhne and dry weather as well. Just bdfore I

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go, your overnight lows. # It is only a supermoon. #

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Goodbye. 'Let's bring you...'

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'..The latest headlines...' CHEERING

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'..With some outbreaks of rain ' Every year comes

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in weekly instalments. So, why not pay your TV licence

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in weekly instalments, too? Who really fought for Britain

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and her allies in World War I?

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