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degrees. Thursday, more of the same. Is that is all from us. Now on

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As more details emerge about the violent past of a taxi driver

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granted a licence in Milton Keynes the town's MP demands urgent action.

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We need to look at the whold system because something like this to

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happen unacceptable. Almost 80 years after the J`rrow

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Crusade, the march is recre`ted to We'll be here later

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in the programme counting down to With 100,000 Scots living

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in the East, and the links with Scottish business, how the outcome

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will be closely watched herd. And the search is on for wild hops

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from the hedgerow to create a new beer.

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The Prime Minister has told the BBC he's shocked at the

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"bad decision" to allow a convicted rapist to become a taxi driver

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Nadeem Kiani was granted a licence in 2011 despite sdrving

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The mayor of Milton Keynes stepped down after it emerged he offered

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Today one of the town's MPs has called for

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the licensing system to be changed so that it can't happen agahn.

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We'll hear from Mark Lancaster in a moment after this report

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News there was once a rapist amongst the rank is still sinking in here.

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The taxi drivers of Milton Keynes are struggling to understand how he

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was ever given a licence, particularly as councillors knew of

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his criminal past. Nadeem Khani was granted a licence in April 2011

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That was even though he was convicted for a series of vholent

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rapes in 1994. He was jailed for eight years. Speaking on BBC radio,

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the Prime Minister said he was shocked by the bad decision. Taxi

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authorities should check whdther people are fit and proper pdrsons

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and we advise that they shotld do criminal records bureau checks and

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it's obvious in this case that the council followed the correct

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procedures but then made a bad decision. The Milton Keynes taxi

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Association which represents the 200 hackney carriage drivers of the town

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said it should never happen again. When you work in an industrx

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governed by licenses and conditions, everything has to be

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squeaky clean. If it's not, then we might as well pack it up. In this

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particular case, my immediate question is, how long has it been

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going on? How many drivers does it involve? Who are these people? What

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have they been doing? And how important is the CRB check to us?

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The town mayor has stood down after it was revealed he gave a character

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reference to Nadeem Kiana. Two other councillors on the licensing

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committee have also resigned their position. The BBC has made repeated

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attempts to contact the mayor without success, but he told the

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Milton Keynes Citizen newsp`per that he did not know about Nadeel

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Kiana's previous convictions at the time he gave the character

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reference. He told the local newspaper he felt he had bedn made a

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scapegoat for the decision of others. The case has printed a

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review of licensing procedures at Milton Keynes Council `` has

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prompted. It was emerging that seven had criminal convictions and two of

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them have voluntarily surrendered their licence. A decision is yet to

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be made on the remaining five. Mark Lancaster ` the MP for

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Milton Keynes North ` has wdlcomed what he calls the council's swift

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action in dealing with the hssue. But he says

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the system is unacceptable, and he's now asked the Transport

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Secretary to demand greater I think we need to have a rdview of

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the guidance in this sort of situation, because to some dxtent it

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is left of the local authorhty, and the taxi drivers say they should be

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fit and proper person, it c`n lead to inconsistency. In Milton Keynes,

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where we have taxi drivers who are licensed in Northamptonshird, if

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they fail to get a license hn Milton Keynes, they can go to Northampton

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who might have a standard. The guidance needs to be tightened so we

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can get consistency across the UK. David Cameron says the systdm does

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not need overhauling. I will write to David Cameron and show hhm the

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example of this particular case and when you look at this particular

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case you do begin to wonder. What is the point of having a criminal check

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if it is just going to be ignored? I couldn't agree more, and thhs is why

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the case was a jaw`dropping moment. In ten years as an MP, I was shocked

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to hear it. I'm very pleased that Milton Keynes Council have taken

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swift and decisive action and there is an ongoing review. Ultim`tely it

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is a public safety issue we have to put at the forefront. He is not the

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only one Milton Keynes Council is looking at. We are told thex are

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looking at another seven drhvers, won a sex offender, who is currently

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still working. `` one of whom is a sex offender. To the credit of

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Milton Keynes Council it has acted swiftly and decisively. The chair

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and vice`chair of the licensing committee, and the chair and the

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mayor have resigned, they h`ve resigned, but they are still

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councillors. Should they be? I need to look at the detail. What worries

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me is looking at the person`l testimony of the former mayor, that

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is the only reason the licence was given. If that is the case, and I

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haven't heard from the formdr mayor of Milton Keynes, and he dods have

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the right to respond to the accusations, if that is the truth,

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he does need to consider his position. Surely the people

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responsible for making the decision have to explain why they did it

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Yes, and only they can expl`in it. I'm not in the position as `n MP to

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answer the question but I encourage them to come forward, explahn their

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actions, and then based on the explanation we can form a jtdgement

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on whether they should stand down. But on the information I have, I do

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think that the former mayor needs to consider his position. And H stayed

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with great regret, because he is a decent man who has made a tdrrible

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mistake, and unfortunately, there are consequences. There is `

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deregulation bill considered at the moment which aims to simplify the

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licensing laws. Will it acttally do anything to prevent this kind of

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thing happening again, or whll it make it more likely? This is the

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perfect medium for us to look at the legislation. What I think is vital

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is that we have a consistency across the UK. That seems to be ond of the

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problems. I intend to take the opportunity to try and ensure there

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is consistency. Police investigating

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the disappearance of a pub landlady 17 years ago have arrested ` man

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on suspicion of murder. Deborah Steel, who ran the

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Royal Standard pub in Ely, The 37`year`old was last sedn

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at around 1:00am. Detectives are currently se`rching

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an address in Longfields in Ely A 70`year`old man is being held

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at Parkside Police station Dozens of people have joined

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the Northamptonshire leg of a 3 0 mile march against what thex say is

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the privatisation of the NHS. The group is recreating the 193

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Jarrow crusade against unemployment. They say privatisation will kill

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the NHS. But the Department

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of Health says it makes up only Another day looms, from South

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Tyneside to Northamptonshird, some here have already covered over 00

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miles. They say they are marching to protect the values, ideals `nd the

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future of the NHS. There is the idea that only the private sector can

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deliver efficiencies and technology, and it's just not true. What needs

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to happen is for every pennx from the public purse for the NHS to go

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to the people. I feel privileged to be in a country which has an NHS and

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I have never been let down by the NHS. I have always been cardd for by

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quality and commission profdssionals `` committed professionals. The NHS

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should remain a flagship into new `` institution and should not go the

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way of the US health care sxstem. It mimics the Jarrow Crusade is of

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1936. They did it for jobs `gainst poverty. These people have larched

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for health against privatis`tion. The NHS is a wonderful insthtution

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and it will go if we don't fight for it. A lot of people fought the

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National Health Service to be here, so if we don't fight, it will

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disappear and generations won't benefit from it. I worked in the NHS

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for 24 years and I am watchhng it. In Huntingdon, the private

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management team Circle was turnround `` brought in to turn around a

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hospital, and two and a half years later it has been hailed a success.

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It has taken over the musty low skeletal services in Bedfordshire ``

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musculoskeletal. In Cambridgeshire, the largest outsourcing contract in

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NHS history is up for grabs. ?1 billion deal to run health care

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services for the elderly. The department of health has told us

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that other health care provhders an important role to play. It says the

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use of the private sector rdpresents just 6% of the total NHS budget but

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these people say they are m`rching to the words of the founder in

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1948, 90 Bevan, who said thd NHS would last as long as there were the

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folk left with a fade to fight for it. Tomorrow the protest moves to

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bed `` Luiten. `` Luiten town. Ten people have been arrestdd in

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connection with child explohtation following a series a raids `cross

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Buckinghamshire and the South East. 11 properties,

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including one in Milton Keynes, were raided this morning in an operation

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involving more than 100 offhcers. The men, aged between 28 and 45

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have been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences relating to two

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girls across a seven`year pdriod. Five of those who have been arrested

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so far have declared their dthnicity as Pakistani, and one Bangl`deshi,

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one Indian and one of Afro`Caribbean heritage. But this is not about

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ethnicity. No matter the ethnic background, it is the job of the

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police to protect them if they are a victim and to bring them to justice

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if they are offender. It's been more than three wdeks

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since the remnants of Hurricane Bertha caused flash

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flooding in parts of the region In March in Cambridgeshire,

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70 families were severely affected. Roads were cut off

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and trees uprooted. Today it's emerged

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the clean`up could last six months. It came up above the bricks and

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everything else. It went straight across the driveway and then up and

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in the door, and as fast as it was coming in, we could not control it.

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Peter Cochrane had only been moved here a matter of months when

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hurricane Bertha wreaked havoc. John August the 8th, the rain cale,

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pouring into the home of thd couple, and almost everything they owned was

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condemned, ruined by the fl`sh floods. He says it has affected them

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badly. We were in the room with the water having gone down, but in the

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end, because it all got condemned, we had to move that the health

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reasons. We were walking rotnd in Wellington boots for four d`ys, that

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was all we had on our feet. The storms cause chaos across the region

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and flooding on the a four to eight brought rush`hour to a standstill.

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Treacherous driving conditions. But the town bore the brunt with trees

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uprooted and a river landslhde. The road has been closed Pier shnce the

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landslip last month and the area has been fenced, ready for huge wire

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cages of stone to be bought in and built into the river bank to stop

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any more landslips with futtre flooding. We were hit by thd tail

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end of hurricane Bertha but the rain was extremely localised and it was a

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case of safety first and we had to shut the road. We expected ``

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inspected the embankment and tried to find the best solution and we

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have done our best there. B`ck a loss adjusters are sorting the claim

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of a couple which is running into tens of thousands of pounds. I get

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my good days and bad days. H look back and think of what we h`d and

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what we have now got, but then we have to think about what we have got

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when it is replaced. It was an act of nature. It wasn't anybodx's

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fault. It was just an act of nature. Nature came and went and we

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have got the result. For now, it is life in the hotels, and the couple

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are unlikely to return here until after Christmas.

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A man operating out of his bedroom in Wellingborough has

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become one of the world's bhggest YouTube stars.Dan

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who uploads videos of himself playing

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the computer game Minecraft has now made it into the site's top five.

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He got more than 185 million views in July.

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Now it's over to Susie and Stewart for the rest of Look East.

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Hong Kong airport built in the sea, but Boris Johnson's version of

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something similar was rejected today by an Airports Commission. Ht came

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as no surprise. We thought ht was a flight of fancy and we said the only

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thing that should be on the island as a statue of Boris Johnson with

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that slogan underneath it. We have vindicated and reviews. Nobody in

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the aviation industry was strprised. When this first came out 56 years

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ago, I give it a chance of one in 1000 are being built `` fivd or six

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years. It was far too expensive No one is more relieved than John

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Fuller who spearheaded a calpaign against it. He was admiring the

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estuary he believes Boris Island would have destroyed. I think it

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would have been a truism bolbshell. `` tourism. It would have bden

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really damaging to the tourhsm industry here. It means a ndw runway

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is much more likely to be btilt at Heathrow or Gatwick. But with

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flights predicted to grow, `irport are looking to the future

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optimistically. The demise of Boris Island could be good news for

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Stansted Airport. The managhng director here wouldn't say that

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himself today but he didn't make the Government that Stansted cotld play

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a significant role in incre`sing airport capacity. And that's without

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having to build a new runwax. Without existing commission, we can

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still get to 35 million passengers, so almost double in size. So the

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Luton will be hoping the Airports Commission underlines their role and

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the future of aviation, too. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson sthll holds

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Airports Boris Island would remain a fantasy it will take a whild. The

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Airports Commission's final recommendations are expected next

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summer. The vote on Scottish Independence

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will take place in just over two weeks from now and,

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of course, the outcome will be According to the latest census,

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there are around 100,000 Scots And there are also many companies

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who do business north of thd border. Neither connection gives people

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down here a right to a vote of course, but that doesn't mean

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there's a lack of opinions. For every Scotsman you find banging

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the drum for independence, xou'll find another who wanted to stay part

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of the United Kingdom. Ian hs from the island of Allen and movd to

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Peterborough five years ago. He is a drum Sergeant in the local pipe

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band. On the question of independence. I think I would be

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leaning towards yes. In terls of visiting family in Scotland, I don't

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think it will change. I havd great faith in Scotland to be a prosperous

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country but I think our Parliament serving country would serve the best

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needs of Scottish people, any better way than London. There are 000, 00

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people from Scotland living in our region. Under the referendul, they

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won't get a vote on independence because they don't live in Scotland

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any more. We've got a satellite office in Falkirk. Some bushnesses

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in East Anglia also have links to Scotland. This technical services

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offers is. The managing dirdctor fears the potential impact Scottish

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independence. My concern is that Scotland became an independdnt

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country, we would be faced with additional risks that we don't have

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the moment. The restaurant currency, if Scotland adoptdd a

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different currency to the rdst of the UK, potential differencds in

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employment law. All of thesd things employment law. All of thesd things

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add to our risks and administration and things that I wouldn't welcome.

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The Highland gathering is era made of the strong Scottish links in our

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region. Many Scots moved down here for jobs at the steelworks hn the

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past, the town now with the real interest in Scotland's future

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direction `` a real. And a reminder that's a lot more

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on the Referendum debate online In football, after a summer

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of speculation, the transfer window They signed nine players

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following their relegation Tom Williams has the details,

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he's in our newsroom now. Knowledge's new manager Neil Adams

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enjoyed a shopping spree thhs summer. A number of transfers,

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spending well into the millhons The arrivals last night, ignore the

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Miguel for an undisclosed fde, thought to be under ?1.5 million.

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The site, for Lewis Thompson, sums up knowledge's financial muscle He

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joins from Swindon and immediately loaned back. I would have thought

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that knowledge had done verx good business. Absolutely. One of their

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main rivals, Lewis Graban, has made a terrific start to his carder. They

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have been able to keep the lajority of last year's squad togethdr. Some

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big departures like Snodgrass. But crucially, Gary Hooper and Nathan

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Redmond are still there aftdr last night. And Ipswich managed to hang

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on to hang onto the person they wanted to keep, David McGoldrick. It

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would have been tempted. Town are thought to have toned down to bids

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from Leicester for around ?7 million `` turned. He was their top scorer

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last season and they are all was the top scorer last season and they are

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lot. Peterborough side and James, lot. Peterborough side and James,

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Northampton brought in a cotple of players, Cambridge one. That sums up

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what it is like in the lower leagues, but when you're in the

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football league, they rely on free transfers and loan signings. The

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emergency transfer window opens next week.

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It's the time of the year when our hedges are laden whth

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Sloes, rose hips and blackbdrries of course.

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This year people are being `sked to look out for something else `

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These are hops. Belinda Jennings is a brewer in Southwold. The hunt is

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on to find fresh hops, drawhng much closer to home. These are ndarly

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ready. You can see that thex are opening up a little bit. Thd actual

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flavour we are after is at the base of the leaves. It contains the resin

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and essential oils to provide the bitterness and aroma in beer. They

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want to prove a pale ale ushng wild hops pecked by the public. The

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result will be difficult to project. We've come five miles out and omits

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the blackberries are hops. They aren't quite ready to pick. They had

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to turn brown. You can pop them off, that's exactly what we are `fter.

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Ten won will introduce from Flanders early 16th century. This calpaign

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gives them full marks for clever marketing. He hopes it is the

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beginning of a revival. It hs a wonderful thing to do, to rdvive the

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use of hops. They grow naturally in our hedgerows. The tiny brewery in

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Edwardson have their own microbrewery and grow their own

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hops. It is nice to see small brewers using local ingredidnts

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They plan a one`off brew of ?60 000. If it goes well, the beer should be

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in pubs by the end of the month I've got ten won on my hedgds.

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They're very difficult to gdt rid of! `` hops. I should be packing

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them in! A reasonable because weather ahead. It might start to get

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cloudy. If we look at the s`tellite image, it has been cloudy this

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afternoon. We have high pressure that is keeping things settled.

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Across the eastern half, a lot of cloud moving in off the North Sea.

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This is suspected to thin and break overnight so there will be clear

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spells initially, but as thd night progresses, it want of low cloud

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moving in and some mist and fog It is going to stay relatively mild,

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temperatures anywhere betwedn 1 and 14 Celsius. We start tomorrow

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gloomy. A lot of mist and fog patches around with light, low

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cloud. We start to see sunshine in the late morning. The western have

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these cloudy through the early afternoon but where we get sunshine,

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it will feel pleasantly warl in the 20s. Look at the temperaturds across

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the coast. Were a moderate breeze, they stay cooler. As the dax

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progresses, we will get dridr air moving in from the continent.

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That'll mean sunshine from `ll of us `` for all of us. This is the charge

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for overnight once the low cloud comes back for Wednesday to

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Thursday. We still have high pressure hanging on and so ht keeps

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our weather settled, but we might start to get a lot more clotd moving

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in towards the end of the wdek. After a bit of a misty, clotdy start

:26:35.:26:41.

to Thursday, long spells of sunshine are expected with temperatures

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peaking into the mid`20s. Looking ahead, the jury is out on hdr much

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cloud we will get for Fridax and Saturday. Will it stays clotdy, it

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will hold temperatures back at 8 or 19 Celsius. But with sunshine, these

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could get higher, so we can get more than 20 Celsius for Friday `nd

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Saturday. Sunday is a sunny start turning cloudy. That's all for now.

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Goodbye.

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