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Hello, and welcome to Look Dast continues. The dream

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After that historic vote in Scotland, we explain what it

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We're in Corby where the independence referendum has

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split local opinion among the large ex`pat Scots commtnity:

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I love the Thistle, I give to this economy but I love the Thistle

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standing next to the rose. We take you on a

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behind the scenes tour of And we're counting

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down to the weekend's big m`tch Scotland remains part of thd UK

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but with a lot more powers. And England looks set

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for some big changes too. The climax of the referendul

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campaign certainly gripped Scotland. And, closer to home,

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the large community of Scots in the town of Corby in Northamptonshire

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eagerly awaited the outcome. The stakes were high, a votd on

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the future of Scotland and the UK. And at the Grampian Club,

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Corby's Scottish expats werd anxiously waiting to see how

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the votes would stack up. Britain will be a far better place

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together than everyone splitting up. It will be no good to no`ond in

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Scotland, they need to realhse that. I do not believe that England

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have helped us in Scotland. After a long night in Corby,

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an early morning mist. But the result of the vote

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in Scotland was clear. I love Scotland, I love the Thistle,

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I give to this economy, but I like the Thistle standing next

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to the Rose. People have had this opporttnity to

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go independent, I think the heart went out

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the window and the head came back

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in. There are more than 7,500 Scots`born

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people living in Corby. But

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the result could affect even those Everybody seems to be agreed that we

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need more devolved powers, not just to Ireland,

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Scotland and Wales, but also to If we are going to really lhsten to

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people's voices, and make every vote count, we would also have to reform

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the electoral system. The Scottish Saltire could dase to

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fly and also the Union flag in Corby, a reminder this referendum

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result mattered not just a pupil in Scotland but elsewhere as well,

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especially those living in this Northamptonshire town that they

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still called Little Scotland. And nearby Northampton also has

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an interest. Some 700 years ago in 1328,

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a treaty was signed at It brought to an end more than 0

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years of war between Scotland It is the first time in the form

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of a treaty that England recognises It is important, because it would be

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the basis of negotiations if ever Of course, for now, that's been

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rejected by the people of Scotland. A relief for some of Corby's Scots,

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but a disappointment for others Dr Sean Lang is a senior lecturer

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at Anglia Ruskin University He is a specialist in the hhstory

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of Britain. A short while ago, I asked him

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if the referendum outcome in Scotland will have implications

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for us here in the East of Dngland. What has happened now is th`t,

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since the vote last night and this morning, the whole United

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Kingdom, particularly England, The question of how this will pan

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out for the rest of the UK, the implications, once you start

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talking about extra powers for Scottish Parliament, obviously,

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the question of England comds in. For any particular region

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like our own, that raises qtestions, what will it mean

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if you start devolving powers? Some sort of regional

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representation. The eastern region has more

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inhabitants than the whole Isn't it right we have more powers

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to raise taxes, to make dechsions Indeed,

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people will think in those terms. The biggest difference lookhng

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in terms of population, East Anglia isn't quite the same as Scotland

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in terms of identity, it is a region of a larger entity, England,

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it is not a direct comparison. In strict justice terms,

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the idea that if you are gohng to give a reward as people see, to one

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party who has caused troubld, then it is only natural that people

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will say, what about us? What are the benefits for the

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eastern region The obvious thing, by definhtion,

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is more control over the thhngs It will tend to be what you might

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call bread`and`butter issues. We could be more responsive directly

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to big demands like that, then that We give more money to Scotl`nd

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than Scotland gives back to us. We have a powerhouse in

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the economy of Cambridge, You are right, that question has

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been raised by Wales just this Clearly, we will have to rethink

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the basis of funding the various There are all sorts of posshbilities

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raised by this referendum. It is exciting

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but we have to get it right. For how soon changes will come, all

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the signs were in terms of what they were saying to the Scots is change

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would come in quickly, they talked David Cameron said changes dlsewhere

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would be on the same timetable. Presumably, changes which wd could

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see in the course of 2015. Our political correspondent Andrew

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Sinclair will be giving his thoughts on the Scottish vote and wh`t it

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means, later in the programle. It's been revealed tonight that

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the Deputy Police Commissioner for Bedfordshire was forced to leave

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her post, after trying to interfere At the time, the Commissiondr's

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Office gave no explanation for But Look East has learnt th`t she

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tried to exert her influencd Neil Bradford is following

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the story and joins me now. What do we know?

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The commissioner left her ?36,0 0 a year job rather suddenly at the end

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of July. The reasons for her resignation were not made ptblic at

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the time because they involved and active court case, a trial `t Luton

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Crown Court, relating to an attempted murder of a Luton

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accountant. The Commissioner was said to have

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used her position to influence the judge. We understand that she was

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asking him to impose reporthng restrictions regarding a kex

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witness, to save embarrassing details of the case becoming public.

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That witness was her fiance who is related to the accused.

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It was decided that her poshtion was untenable. It comes in the same week

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that her boss that that he will not face any further proceedings

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regarding sharing information about a live investigation with hhs

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partner. What happens next?

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At the time, there was real concern this could interfere with the course

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of justice. But the matter hs now fully investigated. Bedfordshire

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Police say it is now a mattdr for the Police And Crime Panel which

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scrutinises the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. Thex may

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feel that no further action is required, or that this constitutes

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misconduct in a public office, and refer the matter to the IPCC. We

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contacted the former commissioner tonight but she said she was unable

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to comment further at this time Cambridgeshire Police are sdarching

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for a burglar who raided eight flats They've released this image

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of a man caught on CCTV outside It happened on the 4th of Sdptember

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when ?1,000 worth The region's railways could come

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back into state ownership, hf Labour As Labour members gather for

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the party's annual conference, the idea of a partial re`nation`lisation

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is gaining support. Those in favour say it's

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the most effective way to control Labour think they have found

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an issue which will play well with Despite small improvements hn recent

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years, there are still regular complaints about the qualitx of

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service, particularly on thd lines which run through Northamptonshire

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and Cambridge into London. Labour says it is proof that

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privatisation isn't working. It is time

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for governments to intervend, and put

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the public back in charge again What we are trying to do is have

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a railway that puts the interests of passengers first,

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not profits. We want a cap on rail fares,

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allow a directly operated r`ilway to bid against

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the private sector train opdrators. And devolve rail services

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to local communities. The party points to the success of

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the East Coast Main Line whhch runs Taken back into public ownership

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after National Express pulldd out, it has made money, and customer

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satisfaction has risen. Labour wants to see more

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publicly`run companies biddhng to Those who support

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privatisation say, if that happened, there would not be enough money to

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fund improvements to the network. What happens

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when a company takes on a franchise is they put up the money

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to get things like new carrhages. That is what we need, particularly

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on the Norwich to London line, in East Anglia, that

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investment to get us a bettdr There is still confusion ovdr

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exactly how Many in the industry say

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partial renationalisation It would have been simpler to say,

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let the franchises run out, take them back in`house,

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and recreate a British Rail. There are some in the party who

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would like to see the full renationalisation of the rahlways,

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but Ed Miliband will not go that Even calling for partial

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renationalisation gives votdrs Has privatisation worked

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for the region's railways, or is it There will be more on that story,

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and other coverage from the Labour Party conference, on this wdekend's

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edition of Sunday Politics. It's at 11 o'clock on Sundax,

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here on BBC One. Researchers in Cambridge have been

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given more than ?2 million to look The grant will fund a number

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of projects, including one to allow scientists to investigate r`re forms

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of the disease. It will also pay for equipmdnt to

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analyse brain samples Funding will also encourage new

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scientists into The money was donated by

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Alzheimer's Research UK. Still to come tonight,

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Tom's here with all the sport including our football leagte new

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boys Luton Town and Cambridge United Plus,

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the arts festival that brings the circus onto the streets, and it s

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going from strength to strength If you're driving

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around the countryside and see a field full of silver then

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the chances are it's a solar farm. They're springing up

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across the region, a carbon`free way But they're also controvershal,

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many people say they're a blot Now one of the biggest

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in Cambridgeshire is fighting back. The owners claim that as well

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as producing green power wildlife A Cambridge a field for harvesting,

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but not crops, the son. Row after row, the gaps between the p`nels are

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so these shades doesn't encroach on the light. How does this work? The

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sun comes down and hit the cells, each of these cells is on a module,

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and is ultimately linked into the inverter over there. From there it

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goes into the National Grid. On a day like this, will it work? If you

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feel it, the panels are not hot Although not hot, they are very

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efficient. More efficient than in Italy and Spain, for exampld, that

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is why in the UK we generatd more solar power. Today I visited just

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one small section of it, installed recently. There are over 20,000

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panels here. Over 31 acres, which can power 1400 homes a year. Solar

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farms have been criticised `s a blot on the landscape. But here, largely

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undisturbed, nature is workhng around it. While filming, wd saw

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hairs, a kestrel, and evidence of a badger set. Some people aren't

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comfortable with land being used for solar farms. Understandable, we were

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very careful about using thd field, this is not a good feel for

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agriculture, and we would ndver have seen a registered here a few years

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ago. This is a great opporttnity for regeneration. This is the whole site

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from the air. The country's largest solar farm is now six times the size

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of this. When the lease runs out on this land and 25 years, the company

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says the structures can be pulled down and recycled and the l`nd

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return to crops. Sport now and six weeks into the

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football season it's time for a progress report on our teams who

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made it back into the Footb`ll League.

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With that and news of two of our sailors in the world

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championships, here's Tom. We'll start with football and our

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sides aiming for the Premier League. Ipswich in 10th

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after back`to`back wins for the first time this season have

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to wait until Monday to plax Wigan. Tomorrow, Norwich are back

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at home against Birmingham. Two away wins inside a week has

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lifted them to second, another win I'm sure everybody now is

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expecting it to be a formalhty. I have been

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in the game long enough to know that If we go up

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into this complacently thinking it is a case of how many we will score,

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Birmingham will turn us over. Here are the games in Leagud One,

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all our sides lost in midwedk. MK Dons' fans will no doubt give

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an extra cheer tomorrow for one Midfielder Dele Alli has bedn

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named the Football League's The 18`year`old has been linked with

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several Premier League clubs but he's agreed

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a contract extension with the Dons. I have enjoyed playing here,

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hopefully I can help get thd club promoted. I would like to bd part of

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that, it would be a dream. The people here are great, they help

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keep my feet on the ground. people here are great, they help

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keep my feet on the ground. Now in League Two,

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all five sides are in action. The U's are expecting their

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biggest crowd in over a dec`de. Both teams were promoted

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last summer, so this will bd There will always be managers who

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have turned around the club's fortunes. These two took Calbridge

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and Luton back to the footb`ll league. It hasn't been as

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straightforward in their new surroundings, they are still

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settling in eight games in. Performance wise, I haven't been

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happy, we need to add a few roles. We have had a fairly solid start. If

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on the picture is room for improvement, Cambridge have had to

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open a game of it. A new, user`friendly ticket system.

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Progress for a club that st`rted the season with only two full`thme

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members of staff. They are both ambitious clubs but have both been

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in financial difficulty in the past. The key to their success is a

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winning team on the pitch, how much they spend about getting in trouble

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again. It is easy to throw loney at it but you collapse later. What we

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are trying to do as custodi`ns of the club is, we owe it to the

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supporters, when we leave it, the club is in a better position than we

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took over. Both clubs have had to bring in reinforcements this week,

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injuries have already taken their toll. With crowds of around 800 ,

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looters have the deeper pockets but are two points worse off th`n

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Cambridge. The standard has been better, there is more footb`ll

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players, everyone is quicker, better, stronger, can read the game

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better. It is harder to score a goal and easy to conceive. I do X`rated

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differentiable games? What sort of question is that `` are you

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expecting to finish above C`mbridge? The three points on offer would be

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useful to both teams, but not vital. Cambridge are neglecting thdir

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biggest crowd in over a dec`de as to old foes do battle.

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To rugby, English champions Northampton head

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to Newcastle on Sunday keen to learn from their opening defeat.

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Star winger George North has told us they're determined to send out

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a message to the rest of the Premiership.

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A lot of teams are coming at us week in, week out wanting to smash

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If you can't get motivated to defend your own house and look

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after your own team, I don't think you should put the jersey on.

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To the sailing World Championships in Spain,

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Peterborough windsurfer Nick Dempsey has missed out on a medal.

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The defending champion finished fifth.

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But there's still hope for Saskia Clark from Essex as

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The road to Rio begins here. After a dramatic coastline. The past six

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days have been about qualifhcation, racing to make the cut. The top ten

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are battling for medals. Nick Dempsey has been here enterdd

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before, but the Olympic silver medallist struggled to come to terms

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with the heavy conditions. Lother nature dished out strong brdezes,

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that 20 fell out of contenthon for a medal but the climb up to fhfth I

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came here with a realistic goal of finishing top five, I surpassed my

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own expectations of how I would perform in the wind, that is great.

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I was disappointed with my results in the strong winds. There have been

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better news for Essex's Saskia Clark and her partner Hannah Mills, with

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four top three finishers, they crossed the line second and fourth

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husband morning listening to third overall. `` second and fourth

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overall. For previews to all this wedkend's

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football including team news, There's coverage of all the games

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on your local BBC Radio Station You may remember there was

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controversy in the summer when the arts council announced who

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was it was giving funding to. Places like the Theatre Roy`l

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in Bury St Edmunds lost out, but one of the big winners

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a circus and street art event called It's been going for 7 years

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and it's been going This week, the streets of

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Great Yarmouth have been filled Dawn Gerber has been to see them

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in action. It is iconic and represents Great

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Yarmouth's Circus heritage, but tonight, the next generation of

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performers get their chance to shine. This local lad gradu`ted from

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Circus School recently and lixes debut performance tonight. There is

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a history of circus in my f`mily, my uncle is a clown and perforled

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here, growing up, he operatdd his own circus. I used to grow tp and

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see that with my family. It is always in my mind. Performing to a

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home crowd is scary. Especi`lly being back here, I spend so much

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time here. I watched all thd shows, now it is my chance to be in the

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ring. Tom is one of 200 arthsts performing at this year's Ott There

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Festival. We have a huge variety of art forms, dance, music, circus

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something for everyone and visitors as well. That is what we want to

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do, something enormous, but for everyone. Away from the rehdarsals,

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producers and promoters frol across Europe have been at a conference

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discussing how to help performers at this country get into the

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international scene. We will explain that if you have a UK company has

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you can structure it and also what type of performance could tour in

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other countries. Because yot can understand that maybe the ET and the

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UK can be different to what is happening in, say, France. The

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conference heard today is vdry international. I think that just

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shows why we should back thhs. The festival brings around ?1 mhllion in

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the local economy, attracting thousands of visitors and elploy

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local people. It is starting to get recognition nationally and

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internationally, adding to regenerate the area and put Great

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Yarmouth back on the map. Back to tonight's main storx,

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the decision by Scotland to stay We've already heard reaction

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from people in the region. But where does this leave

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the politics of the region? Andrew Sinclair is here,

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how much has changed? Two things are going on herd, we are

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part of the national story, a lot of MPs think we have given awax too

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much power to Scotland. Thex are worried that Google is baton that

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people in England `` that pdople in England will think they havd lost

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out. MPs are saying don't forget about us. This is a potenti`lly big

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row in the Conservative Party. There is the regional story as well,

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people are saying that becatse Scotland has more powers, the

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regions should have more as well. If we live in Cornwall or the

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north`west of England, this would be a live issue. But in this rdgion,

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there is no East Anglia and separatist movement. But whhle local

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politicians might want to t`ke more power from Westminster, thex will

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struggle to get ordinary people interested.

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And yet the Prime Minister talked today about giving more powdr to

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Yes, he said he wanted to do more to empower the cities, many of our

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towns of our towns have alrdady been empowered, places like Cambridge

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Ipswich, Milton Keynes, that gives councils more of a say over spending

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and development. A lot of this region is verbal, indeed, the local

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and government organisations pointed out that people in the countryside

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often feel left out when it comes to spending decisions. Remember, we pay

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more into government than wd get back. Whether we like it or not

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there will be a debate in the years ahead, how do we empower people do

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they want to be a debate in the years ahead, how do

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with the heat and humidity building, it has all gone back. Thunddrstorms

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across the region. This aftdrnoon, we have seen an intense perhod of

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rainfall, some torrential downpours causing localised flooding. This

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area is stretching from Essdx up to West Norfolk. Flashes of lightning,

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anywhere is at risk of thesd in the evening and overnight. They could

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pop up anywhere. Nowhere is free of them, but you might find th`t some

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of the region might end up staying dry. Lots of missing moving in, fog

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patches in the morning. `` ` lot of mist. A cold front will movd in

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cooler, bright and fresh to the north. That will be with us by

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Sunday. But for tomorrow, ftrther showers, any of them could be heavy

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and fungi. If anything, as that when the front approaches, they could be

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more frequent `` heavy and thundery. Still quite warm and humid,

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temperatures could get you 20 Celsius, it'll get cooler and fresh

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as different heads southwards. In the afternoon, showers will keep

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going, gradually dying away as we get overnight. This is what is

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likely to happen next, high`pressure, good news, it will

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mean fine and settled conditions from Sunday onwards until the middle

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of the week. To summarise, we will see further showers on Saturday that

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could be heavy and thundery, then it will be quite a bit more sunshine on

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Sunday, perhaps the odd coastal shower, most places dry, but cooler

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and fresher. A drop in tempdrature on Sunday, but it looks as though we

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will get if you days of dry weather. There will be patchy cloud,

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but plenty of sunshine. A lhttle cooler by day and by night,

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temperatures dropping to single figures, some cool nights, but not

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as much mist. Thank you, Aldx. You knew it would rain, didn't xou? Yes.

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