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Dash in a specialist breeze had been alerted 16 months before anx action

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was taken. And there for Hannah I will be here later in the

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programme at Stadium MK when they are getting ready for the Rtgby

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World Cup. One year from now they play host to some of the biggest

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names in the sport. And I have been chatting to the MK

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Dons chairman about football, finance and his premiership dreams.

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You put a couple of million pounds per year into a football cup? That

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is what it costs. For one ydar that does not sound like too much but

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when you have done it for tdn years the numbers add up!

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First tonight, how a doctor who sexually abused children

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at Addenbrooke's Hospital w`s highlighted as a potential risk more

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The discovery was made by breeze in Canada who passed his name on to the

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UK organisation set up to t`ckle child exploitation. It faildd to act

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on the information for 16 months. Our correspondent has this dxclusive

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report. While Peter Phil Carter consulted

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Miles Bradbury was abusing children at Addenbrooke's Hospital hd was

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using his credit card to order child pornography videos from Can`da. In a

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hurry to read on the supply in Ontario detectives discoverdd the

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doctor 's name and told British breeze. It is alleged that officers

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located hundreds of thousands of videos... The raid in the stpply on

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a federal detectives discovdred the doctor 's name and told British

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breeze. It is alleged that several videos were found that feattred

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horrible acts on young children Toronto police told British police

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about males Bradbury. Names of all suspects were not sent to British

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police forces. The National Crime Agency became aware of the laterial

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in 2013. In November Sussex Police were alerted. Bradbury was ` less ``

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arrested by Suffolk police for buying child pawn and then came

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police arrested him. The fahlure to properly investigate him quhckly and

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alert police left him free to continue abusing victims. The

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National Crime Agency confirmed CEOP 's feelings. They have angered

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experts on child abuse. Can`da would not have said that year unldss they

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had profound concerns. If you are at the top, CEOP, police, soci`l

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services, the government, you have an absolute overriding duty of care

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and accountability and if you do not want to take that on board then

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please go and work somewherd else. Canada's police operation project

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spans the globe. The delay hn arresting the Cambridgeshird doctor

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for child sex offences as astonished the local MP. Families have every

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right to be absolutely furious. That there was this national polhce

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failing that could have helped their children avoid this sort of abuse.

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It is a huge problem and it must never happen again. When thdre are

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reports like this they must be investigated. The National Crime

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Agency says it has taken action after Bradley slipped through the

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net. Cold comfort to parents, ties by this case.

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Apologies to those who experienced some problems at the start this

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evening but I am now joined by our whole address correspondencd. What

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has happened in the hospital has to say about this? We have heard from

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the hospital, the Cambridge resident hospital chief executive told as a

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short time ago that these rdports that Miles Bradbury was known to the

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authorities in 2012 will be deeply distressing for patients and

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families. If we had been aldrted earlier we could have taken action

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earlier, he said. We took ilmediate action when concerns were fhrst

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raised the November 2013. Hd was a cold and calculating individual who

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betrayed the trust placed in him as a doctor. What we know is that as

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soon as a relative called Addenbrooke's and spoke to ` member

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of the hospital staff about an intimate and studious examination of

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her grandchild the hospital setting home. The next morning calldd him in

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for a meeting and he was imlediately suspended. They could not h`ve acted

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any quicker. They were reli`nt on the police. Livestock about that

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because Miles Bradbury was one of many names that were on this list

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from Canada. He was one of 2345 suspects taken from a list supplied

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by Italian police. That is British suspects alone. We know that,

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detectives at CEOP, what we did was look at the purchase historx of

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Bradbury. He had his credit card number. They look at some screen

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grabs. Those screen grabs that not show anything that raised the alarm

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but that is not the full picture. What they did was graded level one

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or a lawyer. After that, th`t was that. It sat on the shelf for some

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16 months and then the National Crime Agency asked questions in

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November and within days it was with the sick police. Good others now be

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arrested? Absolutely, Bradbtry is the biggest fish, they have finally

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got after such delays but whth all of those suspects in this country

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this will not stop here. Campaigners say they'll takd their

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fight into the law courts after the announcement an elderly day care

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centre in Wellingborough will close. There were hopes Glamis Hall could

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be saved but last night a council committee once ag`in

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recommended it should close. Margaret, aged 80, is heartbroken,

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knowing that the call will close. Margaret has epilepsy, she has had a

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stroke. Her daughter is her carer. Margaret says she needs a stmmer to

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meet her friends kicked out of the house. I could not sleep. I had a

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bad night, I only had about two hours sleep. Just worrying `bout

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what had happened? What I al going to say goodbye to my friends. Cellar

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and other campaigners collected more than 10,000 signatures of stpport.

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Now, they are looking for a legal advice. We have run the lawxers had

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told them we want to go ahe`d with the review. Once we have had our

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discussion this morning we will see what her next move is going to be.

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Glamis Hall is a daycare centre The council say it cost ?170,000 per

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year to run and is in bad nded of repair. Campaigners hoped the call

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would have a weight repeat, that it would be safe, but the council say

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have carried out a fool new review and have come to the same ddcision.

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It must close. We are in thd position and we have sent e`mails to

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all parties to begin negoti`tions for a third party to take over and

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run Glamis Hall. Those fighting to keep the whole city is more than

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bricks and mortar. It is a lifeline for older people.

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A second person has died following a crash on the M1 in

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Bedfordshire on Monday which closed the motorway for more than 8 hours.

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89 year old Joan Kavanagh dhed yesterday from her injuries.

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A 36 year old woman Aneta Bula also died at the scene.

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Police are now trying to tr`ce the drivers of two vehicles,

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a red van and a white car, who they say were involved.

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Bedfordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has been told he

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won't face any further action after sharing details

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Labour's Olly Martins disclosed sensitive information to his partner

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The Crown Prosecution Service today confirmed he won't face

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His suspension from the Labour party has also been lifted.

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I obviously regret what happened, I have never sought to hide from the

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responsibility for the area that I made in discussion sensitivd

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information with my partner. I think what is important now is th`t we

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draw a line under this episode and that the focus should now bd

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properly on the investigation into the death of Leon bricks.

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An influential committee of MPs weighed into the row over

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a planned incinerator in King's Lynn today saying that tax payers had

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The County Council finally pulled out of

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the PFI contract earlier thhs year, at a cost of almost ?34 million

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The Public Accounts Committde blames the Government,

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saying its handling of the project had been "particularly poor".

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It was a PFI scheme aimed at stemming the flow of Norfolk 's

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waste into landfill and savhng a lot of money. But the chosen site for

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this waste plan to run into stiff opposition. Conservatives at the

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County Council decided to ptsh ahead with the project but by sprhng when

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Eric pickles and still hands decided whether to grant planning pdrmission

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the County Council voted to kill the contract. But pulling the plug has

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cost the county almost ?34 lillion. Who's to blame? The influential

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Public Accounts Committee of MPs weighs the blame at the govdrnment

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's door. By withdrawing millions of pounds of funding the Department of

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the Environment it says has left local taxpayers in the lurch. It was

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one big shambles. And we have to pay for it. It should never havd been

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there, which is obvious bec`use it is not there now. All of th`t

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expenditure for what? PFI ftnding was never the right vehicle for this

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project. It should not have been awarded in the first place. There

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was too much of a lack of information. In 2010 the Department

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for the environment and serhous concerns about the County Council

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timetable for obtaining in permission. Despite this, in readily

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2012, definitely in ?81 million grant. 20 months later it w`s true

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that funding. That led to the collapse of the project. Th`t money,

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?34 million, could be spent on all sorts of things. We can ill afford

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to throw that sort of and wd are having to effectively throw it away

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because the government cannot make up its mind what its policy is.

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Gaffer said they gave clear advice to the County Council on thd risks

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and that the decision was m`de at the local level and so the blame

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game continues. Local taxpaxers will have to pick up the bill.

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There's been another big drop in unemployment in the region.

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The total now stands at 155,000 a fall of 13,000

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The rate of unemployment in the East has dropped below 5%

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In the East Midlands, which includes Northamptonshire the

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`` those are the top stories. Back to Stewart at Stadium MK.

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Hello and welcome to Stadiul MK in Milton Keynes. We are here because

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of this. This is for the world rugby cup and I would love to be `ble to

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pick it up, but the only people who are able to touch it without gloves

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are people who have won it or maybe if you were a member of the royal

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family and are presenting it. Have a look around the Stadium, thhs

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fabulous stadium, Stadium MK. It holds around 30,000 people. We will

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hear more about the stadium in a little while. I am sitting hn a

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stand that is actually belowground. If you look here, ground level is at

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the top. They buried it in the ground to save money on building it.

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But let's go back to desktop. It is here because the world rugbx cup is

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coming here. So,

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this is what all the fuss is about. Ten years ago,

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it was just a pipe dream. And now it is

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a global sporting venue. Stadium MK hosts three matches

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inside a week, starting with one of the dark horses, France

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against Canada on October the 1st. Next up,

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Samoa versus Japan two days later. And finishing, Fiji

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against either Uruguay or Rtssia. When you look at the games `nd

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the countries that are going there, France, Samoa, Japan, there are some

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fantastic matches that are there, so I am confident that the enthusiasm,

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if it is anything to go by, that I have felt so far, people will go

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there. It is also so accesshble I am confident that we're going to

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see a full stadium for the It means a massive amount and I

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think it would be great to have the hotel bedrooms packed, the bars

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packed, the restaurants packed. And just to see people out dnjoying

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themselves, And just see Milton Keynes busy

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and put on a global scale. I think it's going to be

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brilliant for the city. But this isn't a story just about

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a sporting event, it is abott the impact both on the local economy and

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on the region's sporting outlook. ?6 million is set to be gendrated

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by three games alone, and then there's the impact

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on the grassroots game the region. This region is bursting with 12

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rugby clubs, and they are going to benefit from a share of ?10 million

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invested in clubs across thd country We are really hoping as a club that

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this is going to put rugby on the map in the area and hopefully

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it will be introduced into lore schools and ultimately, we will see

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more children playing down here It's going to have a massivd impact

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on women's rugby, because it is going to say that it is not just the

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men who can play, it is the women who can do it, too, and somdtimes

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they can do it better than len. Have you noticed that

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change already? Yeah, before

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at my school there wasn't rdally We've got under 16's and under 8's

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all going on at the same tile. It has been quite a sporting

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revolution for Milton Keynes. First they had a new football club,

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then a brand`new stadium. Now it is a venue for the third

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biggest sporting event in the world. And

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the impact is already being felt. You should've seen the delicate

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manoeuvre, bringing the cup out of the stand and down here. Jales

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Pritchard plays for Bedford Blues and for Canada. You're not `llowed

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to touch it. Hopefully, you will be playing in the Stadium next year. It

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is a great place for rugby, isn t it? It's fantastic. I've bedn here a

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couple of times. Let's clear this up. You sound very Australi`n for a

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Canadian. Yes, I was born in Australia and raise out there but my

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heritage is Canadian. For 10 years or so, my blood has been in Canada.

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So having this so close, thd Rugby World Cup coming here, how does that

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feel? It is fantastic. I don't know how to describe it. I have spent

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most of my rugby career with Bedford Blues and to have the opportunity to

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run out to what can only be described to my home Stadiul because

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it has all of the Bedford supporters, my friends and

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family... IMac and what does it mean for you personally? You're playing

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against people you wouldn't lay every day.

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Yes. To get out there and ptt yourself against some of thd best

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players in the world, you couldn't ask anymore. Canada... Engl`nd is

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hoping to win it. What is the Canadian ambition? We are striving

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to get better and better. Wd want to give some teams a bit of a shock

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because most of the time thdy think they are just walking up ag`inst a

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second`team nation. We want to surprise people. Helicopters are

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flying overhead to see the Rugby World Cup as well. Good luck. Thank

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you. I want to show you this pitch because the groundsman is vdry

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careful to not let anyone w`lk on this lovely grass. I walked on it

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earlier with the chairman of the club and he had to get permhssion.

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They played last night and ht didn't go very well. Let's get the

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highlights. Four second`half goals on S`turday,

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three last night, although Norwich boss Neil Adams admitted thd score

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line was a bit harsh on Brentford. His first quite straightforward

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but check out his second. A 3`0 win put Norwich at thd top

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of the Championship ` as Adams acknowledges,

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just where he wants them to be. Ipswich are also moving

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in the right direction, aftdr Jonathan Parrs? first goal

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in over two and a half years put them in front,

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Town?s second against Brighton from In League One, Peterborough lost

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ground on the leaders, one But they couldn?t take advantage

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of a stoke of luck. Gillingham winning 2`1 with

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a late penalty. Boss Carl Robinson accepted the

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blame for MK Don?s defeat, 2`0 down against Bradford but Dean Ldwington

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gave them hope before half time After the break, Robinson w`s sent

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to the stands after being told he'd He says he's shocked and is

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waiting with interest to sed more Colchester led 2`0 with sevdn

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minutes to play, But Sheffield United scored three

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times to miraculously steal the win. Result of the night in Leagte Two

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for Northampton. The manager said it was

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a joy to watch. Stadium MK is a huge thing. If you

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went over the top of the St`dium, you would come to an auditorium

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They can hold 5000 people in there. They added this topic in thd past

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few months. The Stadium can now hold about 30,000 people. They h`d that

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amount of people here when Manchester United came. Of course,

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MK Dons came when they came from Wimbledon. I sat down with the

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chairman earlier this week `nd it is apparent that it still bothdrs him,

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that he took over a football club and upset a lot of fans.

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I'm still embarrassed about part of that,

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But I think it is here and it is making

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People take football for granted up`and`down the country,

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I think the first time I went to London and saw some

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Milton Keynes Dons shirts, H knew we had arrived and I knew thosd people

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And the money to pay for all this was your money?

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The financial side of footb`ll, as everybody will tell you,

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how do you run a football club and how do you get money out of it?

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But what I have been very clear about is that we don't spend

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There are many lessons in football over the years where people have got

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carried away and they've looked at mortgaging their future seats or

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TV money or whatever it might be and they spend tomorrow's money

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But you've put, what, a couple of million of pounds

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And again, a million a year doesn't sound that much, but over tdn years,

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You appear to be one of the most affable man I have ever met.

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I always think it's nice to be nice, but I do think you have to have

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a steel edge and I think people know, through the move, through how

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controversial that was, how difficult that was, that I didn t

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lose my focus in terms of w`nting to get football to Milton Kdynes.

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Because this is more than a football club, isn't it?

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You've got this great big shte which is all yours, which is funding

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Over the years, we have sold parts of it to fund the stadium etc.,

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but it was a 75 acre site and we brought IKEA to Milton Keynes

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and Asda to Milton Keynes, and more recently we got thd first

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We are just building a cinela for Odeon.

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So now the Rugby World Cup is coming here.

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Yeah, who would've thought that ten years ago?

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I think it is the third biggest sporting event with billions

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Of course, they'll be coming in the football season.

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They will, and it will mess up the football season as well,

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We all have got that taste at the Olympics in London,

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We're going to have something like that here in Milton Kexnes

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How much longer are you going to be here?

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I think as long as I can believe that we ard making

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a difference, then I'd like to stay and see the thing through.

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But I am very conscious that Milton Keynes needs a Premiership football

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team, and if in a few years time, I'm still not able to get ott of

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the conditions that we're in, if I am not able to have a dream of the

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Premier League, a dream that people in Milton Keynes

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can believe in, then maybe that will be the time where I can't go on

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I am very aware that at somd point, I won't be doing it,

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I just want to make sure th`t we do everything that we can whild I am.

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Because it is on my watch and I wanted to be as successful

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He made his money working in the music industry. He had his own

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recording studio setup at home. I was a bit worried earlier that it

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was going to rain, but it h`sn't. Let's get the weather.

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Yes, it has held out. But wd were hoping for it to be brighter. There

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is a huge sheet of cloud right across the country. There w`s a

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glimmer of sunshine across here but if anything, this cloud is lore

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likely to develop in the evdning and overnight. It might produce a bit of

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light rain and drizzle. There is a chance of one or two fog patches,

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and perhaps not as extensivd as last night, but it will be muggy. It will

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be about 12 or 13 Celsius. Ht will be another cloudy start tomorrow,

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but tomorrow has a much better prospect of getting brighter some

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sunshine developing through the day. It will feel quite warm. Thhs heat

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and humidity will build through the week. You may have felt the

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difference to how the weathdr felt today. There will be cloud first

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thing, but we will see some brightness comes through. It will be

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a little bit cloudy, but a few degrees higher than the average for

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September. It will feel ple`santly warm in any sunshine. The whnd will

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be light and it will come from a neat easterly direction. It holds

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our temperatures back a little bit on the coast, so if you are on the

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coast, it will be a bit cooler. For the afternoon, the cloud will

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develop. A lot of heavy and thundery showers. They could lead to a

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torrential downpour overnight. That is the theme for Friday's wdather

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but we will come onto that. But look at Saturday, because this cold front

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heading southwards means sole showers and cooler air. There will

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be lots of dry and bright wdather around but there could be some heavy

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showers developing in the afternoon so you could get eight heavx

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downpour or you could stay dry through the day. The temper`tures

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are not bad for September. Ht will improve as the high pressurd starts

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to build, but it will stay on the cool side. After the peak of

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temperatures on Friday, the temperatures will be about

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mid`teens. This is a new town, it town that

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calls itself a city. They are very proud of their sport. As yot drive

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into Milton Keynes, there is a statue of Greg Weatherford winning

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his gold medal. They are tyhng to build their sporting legends, and

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this will be part of it next year. From all of us, goodbye.

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