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Hello and welcome to Thursday's Look East.

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Calls for the Home Secretarx to resign over changes

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which experts say left this doctor free to abuse children.

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This is a national issue and the buck stops at the door of the Home

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Secretary. She diverted CEOP from a path that would see more resources

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made available to do this vdry specialist work.

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An investigation will now bd held into the 16`month delay

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between the authorities knowing about Myles Bradbury

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We'll be here later in the programme,

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meeting the young man leading out the march on cancer.

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David Poskitt lost his leg to the disease at the age of 12.

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Now he's inspiring others to take to the streets.

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And off to the Seychelles ` a home`made King Kong.

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The scandal over the Addenbrooke's doctor convicted of child sdx abuse

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escalated today with demands that heads must roll.

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Jim Gamble, who used to be in charge of child protection

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in Britain, said the Home Sdcretary should resign over the affahr.

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Last night, Look East broke the news that officials

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were tipped off about Dr Myles Bradbury.

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In another development todax, the National Crime Agency `

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which overseas child protection ` said it had referred itself

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to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

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from our home affairs correspondent, Sally Chidzoy.

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The storm erupting around child abuser Dr Myles Bradbtry

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The Addenbrooke's Hospital consultant's name was flaggdd up

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by Canadian police after they raided

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a paedophile's film`making business in Toronto.

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But it was 16 months before the police Child Exploitation

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and Online Protection Centrd, CEOP, passed it on to Suffolk Polhce.

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said the Home Secretary, Theresa May,

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should take responsibility for what has happened.

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I would be asking her, does she accept any responsibility for this?

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Too few people have been left with too much to do,

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in circumstances where the ground is always shifting beneath thehr feet,

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where there hasn't been significant additional resources,

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they haven't built on the early success.

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Myles Bradbury carried on abusing his young patients

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at Addenbrooke's Hospital while CEOP had his name

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and failed to pass it to police forces along with the names

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of over 2,000 other British suspects identified in Canada.

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Jim Gamble says the Home Secretary should resign.

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He compares her to Shaun Wrhght the embattled South Yorkshire

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Police and Crime Commissiondr who eventually resigned over

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So I think she should practice what she preaches.

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Quite rightly, she called on Shaun Wright to take

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heed of the calls for him to answer and be accountable for the things

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Is she now going to come forward and is she going to take hedd

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and answer for the things that have gone wrong on her watch?

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At CEOP, a small team deal with a huge workload.

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Jim Gamble says the Myles Bradbury case was bound to happen.

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A few years ago, CEOP handldd around 700 child abuse reports a month

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Because what I'm saying is this if all those files were pildd up

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for 16, 17, 18 or 19 months, as I believe many were,

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then how many cases like this are there?

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Bradbury's case is at least now known about

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after Suffolk Police were fhnally alerted and he was arrested.

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The doctor faces a long prison sentence.

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And Sally joins us now from outside Addenbrooke's Hospital,

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where Myles Bradbury abused his victims.

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A scathing attack on the Government is to night from Jim Gamble. What

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has the Home Office had to say? I have never seen such a terse

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statement, it just runs to 04 words. They do not want to respond to that

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resignation call. They say ht would be inappropriate to comment while

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the IPCC is investigating. That is it. Clearly, the Home Secretary

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would not want to respond to a call for her resignation, not le`st by

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Jim Gamble, who is one of the leading experts on child abtse

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issues and law enforcement. You mentioned that the IPCC. Yot have

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received a full statement from them. What does that say? They have

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confirmed they have at a referral from the National Crime Agency, they

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have referred themselves. It details a failing in action in 2012 that

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they are focusing on. They will now assess what they need to do. They

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also seek an inspiration for the National Crime Agency as to why they

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did not refer the 16 month delay to them last November. Why now, a day

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after the BBC broke the story? That is the question. Do we know what

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that turning point was? I do. I have just booked into the Nation`l Crime

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Agency. They say it is when we called yesterday and said, did you

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know that Myles Bradbury carried on abusing patients during the 16

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months you hold onto that police file? That is a significant part of

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what will be that IPCC investigation. It is a model in the

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investigation agencies at the top. And remember Addenbrooke's hospital

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has a dedicated helpline open Monday to Friday `

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the number's on your screen now Or you can call the NSPCC

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24 hours a day. A care home nurse

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who failed to help a resident when she fell and died has been

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ordered to undertake more training. didn't call for an ambulancd

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or perform CPR on the woman when she fell at the

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Capwell Grange Nursing Home in Luton The nurse was also accused

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of leaving an answer phone lessage to inform

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the woman's relatives she h`d died. The Nursing and Midwifery Council

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today ruled But with restrictions

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for the next 12 months. Next tonight,

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the ?150 million transformation After years of work, the new`look

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Lister is almost complete. There's a new surgery unit

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called the Treatment Centre, a new cardiac unit

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plus critical care and A, as well as purpose`built

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ward blocks, better parking It's part of a big shake`up

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of services in the area, which has also seen inpatient

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and emergency services lost Today,

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Look East had a sneak previdw I gather you have come here with

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pain in the stomach. This m`n was admitted with acute stomach pains.

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It is the first time he has seen the new hospital. He did not know what

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to expect. I was concerned with all of the building work going on. It is

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actually an improvement. Whdn I came as a child, it was lower. This

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woman's nearest Accident and Emergency was at Welling but that

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has now closed. Everyone has closed down. State`of`the`art. In `nother

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building, for purpose`built `` four purpose`built operating the`tres.

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They can use these powered pendants. They have all of these gases you

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need for operating in a the`tre That is attached to an anaesthetic

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machine. They have these latest flights that allowed the surgeon to

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get the perfect brightness they need and then overhear, a very ilportant

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bit. This is the control centre You can control the lighting and

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ventilation. Control the airflow and you can control infection. Ht puts

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us with the very best. Thesd are purpose`built, fully equippdd

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theatres and absolutely to lodern spec. There is nothing bettdr,

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certainly locally and probably nationally. In 2012, Her Majesty the

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Queen opened the new maternhty ward. Meeting new dads and new muls. This

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is part of four years of buhlding at the hospital, costing more than ?150

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million. Almost complete, the endoscopy unit. We look at the image

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on a high`definition television Tiny cameras used to see inside our

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bodies. This is a new facilhty that expands and increases our physical

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capacity. We have time to grow into that and that makes the futtre

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development of endoscopy very exciting. A revitalised hospital

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serving a population of six and a thousand. It is almost finished ``

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600,000. Four women have been shortlhsted

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as potential conservative c`ndidates to replace South Cambridgeshire s

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outgoing MP Andrew Lansley. Charlotte Vere is one

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of those hoping to be selected. Heidi Allen lost out

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in an earlier election Jo Churchill is a county cotncillor

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and healthcare campaigner. Helen Whately is

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the fourth candidate The selection will be made

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on October the 11th. In the week that it was announced

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that the Glamis Hall Care Home in Wellingborough

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was recommended for closure, a second centre, just a few miles

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away, is also now under thrdat. runs a drop`in centre

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for the elderly. But, because

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of changes to the way it's funded, the Association says it will run out

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of money at the end of the lonth. Two centres, one town

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and a familiar problem ` money. But the people here

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are in no doubt ` money can't buy what

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this place offers. It means a lot to me, sweetheart.

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Without the centre, I have nowhere to go. We have friends that we see

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on the street and say hello but we need somewhere to go and talk and

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have a cup of tea. You have this in the pipeline for closing, rhght in

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Wellingborough. Where will these people go?

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This building is also the b`se for special needs sports cl`sses

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and an Afro Caribbean Saturday school

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and the fear is, if the day care centre closds,

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there's a question about the future of other activithes.

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It is a domino effect. If the Alderley Centre closes, we will have

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to close as well. It is part of the community. It is the only place in

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Wellingborough that people can go where they can meet up with people

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that come from the same part of the world has `` as them.

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The day care centre used to get its money

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But now organisations have to apply for money

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and a decision on future funding hasn't yet been madd.

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My funding runs out at the dnd of September. We have a situathon where

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we have to wait to see who wins the contract and it will be another

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three months down the road. Northamptonshire County Council

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says, by asking organisations to apply for money, "It will help to

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ensure we achieve the best outcomes "We also work with groups

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and charities to identify "where alternative funding streams

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can be found." But, at the moment,

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an alternative source of cash hasn't been found, so for now this

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centre's future looks uncertain The Luton`based airline, Easyjet,

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is boosting its fleet with an order

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for an additional 27 Airbus planes. The airline says the new aircraft

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has wider cabins and helps with faster

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airport turnaround times. It makes Easyjet the largest

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customer for the Airbus in Durope, after it ordered 100

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of the more fuel`efficient version Let's join Stewart and Susid now

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for the rest of Look East. Maureen Lipman joins us

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in the studio. And four metres tall,

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made of willow, Earlier this year the East of

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England Ambulance Trust prolised It was one of six promises

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designed around the Trust. New figures show

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the Trust has now offered contracts And how is morale among

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the rest of the staff? Mike Liggins has been out whth

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one crew in Cambridgeshire. The Peterboro ambulance station at

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6:45am. Paramedic Mark Chaplan is starting a 12 hour shift. In with

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him is this student paramedhc, David Starkey. The first job of the day is

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an emergency phone calls to an elderly lady who has collapsed at

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home. It is a high`pressure job the trust has recruited around 400 new

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student paramedics, 140 havd left in the last 18 months. 79`year`old and

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is breathless and weak. A p`ramedic gets to her house first, thd two

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paramedics close behind. We travelled to so many elderlx people

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who have fallen down. My own mother died in July when she fell, and died

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before the ambulance attenddd. I am mindful of the needs of elddrly

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people. I will have to take you back a little bit. Don't be alarled.

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David is a former policeman and lorry driver, but at 52 has decided

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to try and change his career. He has done his basic eight week training

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and 750 hours on the road. The large number of new recruits has put more

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pressure on the old hands lhke Mark, that he is optimistic. I think

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morale is on the upturn. We have been going through difficult stages.

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Good times are around the corner, we are in a transitional time. With the

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lady safely transfer to hospital, there is a brief stop at a cup of

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tea stand`off point. You can tell he is still a student. The crew do not

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get time to drink it. Anothdr phone call, another pregnant women has

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collapsed at home. Is everything in East Anglian ambulance trust garden

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Rosie? The answer is no. He is always `` pay is always an hssue.

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The difficulty comes when you are getting to the end of your shift,

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your shift can go on 13, 14 errors. `` 40 hours. Despite all of the

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pressure, this is a job people still want to do. Very nice patients,

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aren't they? Realistically, there are worse ways of earning a living

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as well. Having started shift at 6:45am, Mark and David are due to

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finish around now, along but rewarding day. That Iraq a long but

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rewarding day. The actress Maureen Lipman hs here

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today. She has been doing something very close to her heart.

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Her husband died of a type of cancer called myeloma. This afternoon,

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Maureen went to a centre in Norfolk to meet other people with the

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disease. When she came to the Look East studio I asked her abott the

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visit. Cancers in all of our lives, isn't it? My husband died of

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myeloma, it is the one that we do not know about. At this wonderful

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cancer centre, they have a lonthly meeting of myeloma group, and I went

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and spoke to them. It was rdally nice, we had a fun and easy time.

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The lady runs that centre is the mother Teresa of Norwich. I learned

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more going there than they dver got from me. You have been speaking

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before we started doing the interview, making people latgh while

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they are there as well, as hearing stories? I simply cannot tell that!

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Laughter and drama are ther`peutic. People have always needed it, they

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always will, and particularly in times of strain, when all you talk

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about is your illness, it is just great to be able to kick yotr shoes

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off, have a cup of tea, spe`k to people and have a laugh. Dods it

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bring it back to your loss when you go to places like that? You had such

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an amazing marriage, didn't you It is ten years, and I am very happy in

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my life, but it is like yesterday. And the glory of widowhood hs the

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fact that I can go out and talk about Jack to any number of people,

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and there is a reference. Most people who are widowed or would a

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word, people start rolling their eyes after six months. It is not

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sad, it is tiring, if you know what I mean. You are keeping it `ll down.

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When people start to weep, `s occasionally they do, the tdndency

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is to weep with them. I do dnough of that on stage every night. H do not

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know where it comes from! Btt it is good for you. You expel toxhns. You

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talk about Jack, even when xou are talking about Daytona. You lentioned

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him and said something like, they will never get what you do. This

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play, they do. Jack always said you make it too easy, you should hang

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onto the curtains and look `s if you exhausted. He was right in ` way.

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The kind of acting I like is one that looks naturalistic, yot cannot

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see the joins. This play is the best part I have ever had in my life

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because it allows me to be spinning on a sixpence from restraint, high

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emotion, drama, comedy, and it surprises me every night. The author

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is a dish. Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr Burns and 15 other vohces in

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The Simpsons. The three of ts are a nice little team. You do not know

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what has happened at any given moment in this play. Once you start,

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two shows yesterday, followdd by an Indian meal, my gosh! I blew

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straight here today! It is tiring, but that is what we do and love

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doing, and that is what I whll do until I drop. It has been lovely

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having you on the programme, Maureen. Thank you very much.

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She really is fantastic. Every two minutes somebody hn this

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country is diagnosed with c`ncer. Thousands more people will be

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doing their bit to raise money for cancer research next month

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as they take to the streets The March on Cancer events `re

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taking place simultaneously in 15 locations across the country

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on October 11th, Louise Hubball has been to leet

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a young cancer survivor seldcted Like many teenagers, David hs

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pondering his future after he finished school this summer. It is a

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future he cherishes after strviving cancer. Cancer is such a devastating

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illness, and the sooner we can get rid of it, the sooner thous`nds of

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lives will be improved. Davhd knows the devastating effect of the

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disease only too well. He lost his leg jeering treatment for a rare

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bone cancer at the age of 12. `` jeering treatment. That must have

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been incredibly hard. I did not know anything about the chemotherapy

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treatment, I did not know it was going to be huge, several wdeks of

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hell, to be honest. For that reason, it was particularly unpleas`nt.

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Because I was young and didn't really understand the implications.

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What are you looking forward to now? I'm still deciding upon my career,

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you only have one life and xou need to think very carefully abott what

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you're going to do with it. In my case, I am willing to take `ll the

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risks and do the things that perhaps a lot of people, it could not be as

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bad as having cancer, so, yds, I am quite motivated to get things done.

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For now, David is focused on fundraising, and will be le`ding the

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March on Cancer in Cambridgd on October 11, part of a national

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event, a 45 minute evening walk with live music to raise money and

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awareness of the disease. More people are surviving cancer than

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ever before, but of current trends continue, one in two people will be

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diagnosed with cancer. We w`nt to do everything in our power to lake sure

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we can save as many lives as possible. And with his life saved by

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research and treatment, Davhd says this is a fight he wants to be part

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of. It is not very often we get a giant gorilla on this progr`mme It

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is very unusual to get one lade from willow and bronze. One of them has

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gone on display for one day only before it is shipped to a ndw,

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permanent home. King Kong, as he's known, w`s

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created by a sculptor living near Beccles in Suffolk, and was

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commissioned by an anonymous client She used a bit of willow to get the

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detail, to get that effect. King Kong is the creative work of

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Robert Yates. Normally he m`kes Bissell book `` bespoke fences. The

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gorilla was commissioned a client living in the Seychelles. Robert got

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the order when a London architects are some of his creations at an

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exhibition. I was sent a drxing and asked, do you think you can do this?

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I said, I will give it a go, but if I am going to do it, I must make a

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model first of all. I wasn't sure if I could do it. The gorilla hs eight

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feet tall and ten feet long. He is also 7.5 feet wide and weighs 4

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stone. The face was made by Robert's wife, and the whold

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sculpture took three months to complete. It is a labour of love, it

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really is. We had to create a stainless steel armature for it

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That alone was around 150 khlos Then I was put into my studho and I

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started working on him. I started first of all on his hands. Fingers

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and toes. They were the really fiddly bits. Really tricky. Robert

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does not know very much abott the client to commission this

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magnificent beast. The gorilla will be created and shipped out to the

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Seychelles, where he will spend his days in an air`conditioned room in a

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very large house. Would you cull that handsomd?

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Exactly that word, yes! The weather forecast.

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This was the scene if you wdre up very early, a lot of mist and fog

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across the region. But for ` few hours, we were bathed in sunshine.

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The temperatures are not bad for a mid`September day, Cambridgd was

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warmest, 25 degrees in a nulber of places. But that's north Norfolk

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coast line, Cromer, a lot of mist still unsure. It is redeveloping

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through this evening. `` a lot of mist still on shore. Another thing

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to contend with is heavy and thundery showers moving up from the

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channel. A lot of us will mhss them, if they affect anywhere, it will be

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the western half. They do gdt further east so you may hear a

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rumble of thunder through the night. Quite a muggy night, temper`tures

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will be around 14, 16 degreds. Mist and dense font `` fog patchds, that

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could bring its own feeling of dampness and drizzle in places. It

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is all tied into this weathdr front, coming up from Francd at the

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moment. This will still be `round through tomorrow. They are looking

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quite isolated, and should be a lot of dry weather. First thing it will

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be really quite cloudy, a lot of mist and fog to clear. Low`level

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cloud, likely to remain quite cloudy all day. Perhaps a little glimmer of

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Brighton is here and there, but these showers looking as though they

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could affect parts of counthes in the region `` a little glimler of

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brightness. A lot of dry we`ther, if rather cloudy. It will not be quite

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so warm, but it will feel htmid perhaps at Upton Butcher of 23

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degrees. `` perhaps the top temperature of 23 degrees. There

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could be a few showers lingdring on Saturday morning, but quite a

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shifting weather pattern. Tonight will bring finer weather, btt cooler

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and fresh air will be introduced. Showers to clear first thing on

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Saturday, then it is looking largely fine. We will still say quite warm

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and humid, but it will be brighter for Monday but much cooler `nd

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fresher. That is the forecast. Thank you very much. That is all

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from us, have a good evening. We will see you tomorrow night.

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