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Good evening and welcome to Tuesday's Look East.

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Another Chinese takeover ` the Cambridge start`up that's been

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snapped up, but at what cost to the local economy?

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70 weapons in seven days ` `n Uzi machine gun is amongst the haul

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A plea for the Virgin of Sorrows, but can the public afford this 7th

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We'll be here later in the programme asking shotld they

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Our police and crime commissioners are hitting back at Labour's plan

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And, batting into the top flight ` it's crunch time for Essex cricket.

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First tonight, one of Cambridge's blossoming

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companies has been bought ottright by a Chinese communications giant.

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Neul, which is based in Histon and employs 30 people, has been bought

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The Cambridge firm has been making its mark in new technology to power

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A way of using the internet to monitor everyday

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issues like traffic flow and the number of free parking spaces.

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The takeover is part of a ?1 billion investment by Huawei.

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But what does all this mean for Cambridge?

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Litter bins letting us know when they are full. Fridges tellhng us

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when they need filling. Knowing where the queues are beforehand

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because cars are communicathng with the roads. The so`called Internet of

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things. It is technology already using existing cell towers like that

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one for our mobile phones and other devices, but in two years or so

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tens of thousands of differdnt appliances and machines could be

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communicating by those as wdll, telling us exactly what thex are

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doing. Huawei is China's biggest tennis comms company. Now looking to

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invest ?1.5 billion in Brit`in. The downside to this deal is th`t here

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we had a very innovative, vdry smart new British company in a technology

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that is supposed to be the future of the Internet, and it is alrdady in

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effect handing that future to a Chinese company. It would bd nice

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once in a while to see a colpany grow under British ownership, and

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grow into a global giant took complete with the likes of Huawei.

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Neul's technology is now behng trialled. Centres tracking

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everything from traffic movdment to the flow in water pipes. Technology

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the Chinese are buying into in a big way. In 1999, the Chinese government

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set up the going out policy. That is designed to encourage Chinese firms

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to go outward. I see this as part of that policy. If you look at Huawei

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technologies, investment at Neul is to grow and lead them to acpuire

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technology which they can use in their home country. A company now

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only three years old, swallowed up by a telecoms giant, keen to get

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hold of this new technology. A man has died

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after a mid`air collision One of the aircraft came down

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in fields off the A1 at Tempsford The second managed to land safely

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at Thurleigh Airfield. Our reporter Emma Baugh is

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in Tempsford for us now. What started as a morning flight,

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now an investigation scene. The microlight finally came down near

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Rectory farm, but police believe the actual midair collision at possibly

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around 3000 feet could have happened far nearer to the busy A1. The pilot

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may have tried to steer awax from rush`hour traffic. Due to the

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weather conditions, it is too early to say whether he deliberatdly took

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evasive action and came down in the field. They're in the field. They

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remind, and he would have thme some time to manoeuvre his plane to land

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in a safe location. The light aircraft the microlight flooded with

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was able to carry on flying to an airfield some miles away. The pilot

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was not injured. Throughout the day, emergency service is have bden at

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the scene, where debris frol the aeroplane fell over at least one

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mile. Police hope the investigation will bring some comfort to the

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family. Our thoughts are with them at this time. Obviously thex have a

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number of pieces of the jigsaw they are trying to piece together to

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understand the exact circumstances and how this tragic accident

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happened. That scene is now under the control of the air accident

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investigation Branch, which is continuing to try to work ott

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exactly what caused the two aircraft to collide.

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After years of planning and millions of pounds of t`xpayers'

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investment, proposals to buhld one of the world's largest aquaria

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The project would have seen land in Stewartby transformed into ` visitor

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attraction four times the shze of the Eden Project in Cornwall

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It was always controversial, but now even its supporters are

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demanding that the company behind it, Nirah, pays back the lo`ns.

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Waseem Mirza has more of the details.

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This was meant to be more than just a giant aquarium.

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It was set to be a site for scientific research,

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a major international visitor attraction with a cinema,

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three hotels, restaurants and conference facilities.

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That doesn't come cheap ` the estimated price tag was ?60

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Now Nirah, which is an aquatic research institute, was granted

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outline planning permission for the project back in 2009 and that's

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They had five years to submht detailed plans and now that deadline

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is up, and they've failed to bring the project to the wicket.

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But they've already spent around ?4 million of taxpayers' money getting

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the scheme this far, and many say Nirah must pay that money b`ck.

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We work hard for our money. That money was given to these people

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where is it? It needs to cole back. They need to be brought to task If

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it is ?4 million nine years ago and it is now signalling pals whth

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interest, where is that mondy now? There needs to be an investhgation.

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Of that ?4 million, ?2 millhon came from central government, and a

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further ?1.6 million was lo`ned by what was then Bedfordshire County

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Council. That's not to menthon any interest owed on top of that. But

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it's not only that money whhch has a big question mark over it today

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It's also unclear what will happen to the land at Stewartby whhch the

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It was always understood that it would

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revert back to Bedford Borotgh and Central Bedfordshire Councils, who

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could then, in theory, develop it. But it now seems the council may

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have to buy the land back from Nirah, something which has `ngered

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even those who once supportdd the project.

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comment on the situation, btt the government has told us it's in

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discussions with Nirah over the money and the land and that "its

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goal is to ensure the best potential outcome for local people and to

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It's capable of firing around five bullets a second and it's now in the

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A machine gun is just one of 75 weapons handed over in seven

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Today, the Northamptonshire force was demonstrating just how deadly

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the guns are and why they fdel it's vital they're destroyed.

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A deadly demonstration. Showcasing the power of the weapons from the

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last week's amnesty. These `re not the surrendered once. That would be

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too risky. But every shot is a warning of what could happen in the

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wrong hands. This is represdntative of a human torso. Two separ`te but

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it holds here, different types of ammunition. If I put my finger

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inside here, I can feel a htge cavity before it passes out of the

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back, and this tiny hole here, just look at the damage it has done. It

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is all manufactured legally, but some of the weapons we have had

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handed in our only one owner away from somebody with criminal intent.

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To get those of the street hs the part of the amnesty, and it makes

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this county a safer place to be In just one week in Northamptonshire,

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75 Westerns were handed over. Eight this morning, including eight sheen

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gun that was hanging over someone's mantelpiece, and a miniaturd

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revolver fully loaded. Here, rifles, revolvers, a bolt gun for shooting

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animals, and a self loading pistol like James Bond's. And, behhnd every

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weapon, usually an innocent person. A lady called into ask us to recover

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an item. She was so concerndd that she would be arrested or be in

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trouble for having this weapon, and so relieved to know she had passed

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it to somebody who would make it safe. More guns are likely to be

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given up over the next seven days, but police warned people not to take

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the weapons out in public. Get in touch, and they will come and get

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them. More than 208,000 people have now

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signed an online petition c`lling for a review of the Governmdnt's

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policy to withhold benefits from people who don't attend

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meetings at job centres. It follows the case of

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David Clapson, a former soldier from Stevenage

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who died from a diabetic condition His sister has taken her calpaign to

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the Labour Party conference She says she's been overwhelmed

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by the response. All I have wanted from the very

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start was lessons to be learned No one else to die. And their response

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has been they followed procddures, no errors were made, no lessons have

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learned, and people are still dying. I hope this will make a difference.

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The Fitzwilliam Museum in C`mbridge says it needs to raise thousands of

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pounds by Sunday in order to acquire a rare 17th Century statute.

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It's appealing to the public for money to help secure thd Virgin

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But, some people have questhoned whether museums should have to

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Created 350 years ago, the Virgin of Sorrows, with eyelashes madd from

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human hair, is a 17th`century Spanish masterpiece. Currently on

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loan from a private dealer, the Fitzwilliam is appealing to the

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public to raise a further ?03,0 0 by Sunday to keep her. What is your

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view on having to rely on the public to secure this? I think it hs rather

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good. The vast majority of the purchase price for this has been

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raised from the museum's own funds, from generous benefactors. However,

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it is like a gauntlet thrown at the feet of the people of Cambrhdge and

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visitors to the museum, thex can contribute to this to help bring

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this extra ordinary work of art to form part of our collection and they

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have responded positively. The Fitzwilliam was built on donations.

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A massive public appeal two years ago, secured this special p`inting.

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Critics argue this reliance on the public's generosity, so`called cloud

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funding, reduces the amount the authority spends on culture. It is

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the equivalent of 22p per pdrson per week. The museums Association is

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backing a campaign for each area to boost that spend two 50p per week.

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It recognises that, in a clhmate of cuts, cloud funding does offer

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museum is a solution. It shows you how inventive museums and g`lleries

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have been in the present financial situation in trying to develop their

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practice in trying to make sure that the public has the best offdr it can

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get. But things backfired for Northampton Borough Council when

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they sold this 4000 `year`old Egyptian statue to pay for `n

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extension to the museum. Arts Council England withdrew its

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accreditation. Instead, the Fitzwilliam are relying on the

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allure of this arresting pidce of art to get the public to dig into

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their pockets. Figures for Luton's ?90 million

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guided busway fell well short of predictions and were "embellished",

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according to a councillor in Luton. The original business plan

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anticipated 9,000 trips a d`y, but there are currently fewdr than

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4,000 daily users. The busway is one

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year old this week. Councillor Dave Taylor told

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BBC Three Counties this morning that the numbers were exaggerated to

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secure government funding. The busway's use is to be extended

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to include a service to I will be back with a late tpdate at

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10pm. Still to come: Ipswich town are up

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to seventh place after their third straight win.

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And a great start for Essex in the cricket. A step closer to promotion

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in their last game of the sdason. Police and Crime Commissiondrs in

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our region are hitting back at the Commissioners earn up to ?84,00

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a year Labour claims the next PCC

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election would cost ?50 million They say the money could be

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better spent on the front lhne. They are the people who dechde how

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money is spent within our police forces. They have the power to hire

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and fire the chief constabld in each county and to set the amount that

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you pay towards local polichng each year. But Labour plans to scrap

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police and crime commission as if it wins the next general electhon. The

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trouble is, they are a costly vanity project. This is the conservatives

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trying to impose a new tier of elections in a country that doesn't

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really need them. I think the public want to see more police on the

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streets rather than more politicians running the police. The

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commissioners were first eldcted almost two years ago but on a low

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turnout. These roles were created by the coalition to replace thd old

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police authorities that are made up of councillors and members of the

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public. But now the commisshoners themselves could be replaced. We

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asked some of them in this region why they should stay. I am now

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holding the chief constable account and I'm giving the public in Essex a

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say in how their police... H am also engaging closely with victils and I

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am leading the work to bring together all the partner agdncies,

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working together with the police, who can make our communities safer.

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I am the public voice of policing in Suffolk. I hope the chief constable

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to account. I can talk to hhm at a time of day. We are all the partner

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agencies, working together with the police, who can make our colmunities

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safer. I am the public voicd of policing in Suffolk. I hope the

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chief constable to account. I can talk to him at a time of dax. We are

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also effectively and efficidntly. We offer an energy which has bden

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missing. We can get things done It's not just about the polhce

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service. It's also about thd crimes side of our job, challenging the

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rest of the criminal justicd system to improve and put victims `t the

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heart of the system. I think the commissioners are the only people in

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the UK right now doing that. Commissioners in the Easter on

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salaries ranging from ?70,000 to ?80,000. Some have attracted

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controversy. Labour says it would get rid of all of them, instead

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leaving decisions on policing to local councillors and members of the

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public. To some, that may sound like the old police authorities, scrapped

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just two years ago. The plan by Labour to abolish PCCs

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had been widely leaked. Andrew Sinclair was speaking about

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it last night on this progr`mme He's at the conference in M`nchester

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now. So now it has been confirmed.

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How has it gone down? It's turning out to be a big talking

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point. Even though Labour wdre lukewarm about the idea, a lot of

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people here put a lot of effort into fighting those elections. One Labour

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PCC for our region, Holly M`rtin, is abroad at the moment but his

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colleague from Northumbria has been complaining today, saying PCC 's

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have done a good job. I havd to say, most people here are quite glad that

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they are going. The MP for Corby said tonight that they have become

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very expensive. He said the PCC in Northamptonshire had increased its

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office costs by 60% in a ye`r. If Labour get in next year, thhs is

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going to happen, they are going to go.

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Ed Miliband's speech this afternoon, anything in it for us?

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Very broad brush strokes, particularly about the NHS. There

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was nothing specific for our region. The dimensions of our region, not

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even the Clacton by`election, which gives you an idea of how seriously

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the parties taking it. Having said that, Tim Young got a short standing

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ovation this morning when hd spoke today, attacking what he called

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UKIP's policy of hatred and division. Another speech whhch

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people are talking about tonight was given by the Labour candidate for

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great Yarmouth, who spoke vdry movingly about the problems which

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people in the town are facing. People in great Yarmouth ard always

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the first to feel the government cuts and the last to recover.

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Unemployment is high, in sole wards 50% of the children live in poverty.

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People didn't vote for UKIP at the last local elections becausd they

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don't care about people. Thdy don't care about migrant workers. They are

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just trying to protect their families because they have

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suffered. The conference ends tomorrow. Most candidates whll go

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back to the region feeling that they have a very clear Labour message,

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which they can sell on the doorsteps.

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to seventh place in the Chalpionship following their third straight

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victory. They beat Wigan Athletic 2`1 last night.

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It's their first away win of the season and the first time

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There is no doubt in switch a united team these days, thanks to their

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never say die approach. McC`rthy shuffled his pack, recalling

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home`grown look I am, and it was the young midfielder who gave it which

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time the lead. Ipswich conthnued to look the better side. Wigan was

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screaming for a Web card ag`inst this player. The referee rightly

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chose yellow. In the second half, Ipswich town doubled their lead and

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the persistence of the Irishman who scored a sweet goal against his

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former club. Inside the last ten minutes, Wigan gave themselves a

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lifeline, when they reduced the deficit to one goal. They hht the

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crossbar late on. He deservdd three points for Ipswich and a thhrd

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straight win. As ever, McCarthy is keeping everyone's feet on the

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ground. We've got was rum on Saturday. It will be our hardest

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game. `` we have got rather on Saturday. Ipswich are up to seventh

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in the championship. Mostly placed at this stage in the season.

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And two matches tonight in the Capital

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One Cup. Norwich and MK Dons are looking to make it through to the

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last 16. MK Dons produced the performance of the last round,

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They face League One rivals Bradford.

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This time last year, Northants were celebrating promotion.

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Now they've been relegated without winning a game.

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On the other hand Essex werd just pipped to promotion last ye`r,

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but they've gone into this week s final game against Worcestershire

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Tom Williams reports from Chelmsford.

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After a summer of cricket, six months of dedication from players

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and supporters, it is almost over. Essex, still in the promotion hunt.

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We want to play Division 1 sites. There is a Gulf between Divhsion 1

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and Division 2. That's becatse of the finances. A lot of the Division

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1 sites are test grounds with big budgets. Who would have guessed that

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by lunch on day one, Worcestershire would have been bowled out for just

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84? Wouldn't you know, we arrived at lunch so missed all ten wickets

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Good news for Essex, who ard in a straight fight with Hampshire for

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the second automatic promothon spot. The permutations are

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compensated. Put simply, if Hampshire win, they are proloted. If

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Essex win and Hampshire losd, Essex go up. If Hampshire draw, Essex can

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still get promoted if they win, depending on bonus points. Five are

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available for batting. Essex already have a maximum three bowling points.

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We have to look at our game, not worry about Glamorgan. The Hampshire

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match there is crucial to otr promotion hopes. It is not out of

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our control. How important hs it for you to be in division one? Ht is

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important for the club, the players and membership. The membership want

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is to see `` want to see us in Division 1. We will also get more

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money. It is the prestige of playing Division 1 sites on a regul`r

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basis. Financially, it makes some difference. Yet, in the low hundreds

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of thousands, if you includd motion bonuses, the kind of money we would

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get from central redistribution and bigger gates. It is massive, the

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club needs to be making mondy. They need bigger players. It's so

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important. If we could go to Division 1, it would be fantastic.

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Increasing staff. Essex also dominated with the bat. Nick Brown,

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starring with a century. Thdy are in control. The supporters are well

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aware they also need Hampshhre tutor Pope `` slip`up.

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Have you noticed how often they show somebody sleeping at cricket?

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They are just resting their rise! Hello. We have rain on the forecast

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for tonight. There is whethdr approaching from the north`west

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Already, we are starting to see increasing amounts of cloud across

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the region. This is the satdllite image over the last few hours. You

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can see the cloud piling in from the north`west. It should stay dry

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through the evening but will be rather cloudy through much of the

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evening. Eventually, we start to see this showery rain, probably for most

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of us not arrive until the darly hours of tomorrow morning. But it

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could be quite patchy, showdry in nature and some places could not get

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a huge amount whilst others get heavy bursts. It was quite cold last

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night but it will not be as cold tonight with a lot of cloud around.

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Temperatures anywhere betwedn ten and 12 degrees. They will bd a

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change in wind direction tolorrow which will make things feel chilly

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through the day. It's likelx to be showery tomorrow morning but it

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should turn brighter through the day. Expect some showery rahn first

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thing. Quite a lot of cloud as well. It will start to brighten up and

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that rain will clear away. We should see some sunshine so where we do see

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sunshine, we could get up to 18 degrees. With this moderate

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north`westerly wind, it could be quite noticeable. It will bd chilly

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in the wind. As for the aftdrnoon, it is looking mostly dry but they

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could be the odd shower. We look ahead to the rest of the wedk. We

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have high pressure for Thursday That looks like a good day. Wins

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should be south`westerly. A lot of isobars on the charts swimmhngly

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forecast for the rest of thd week. You can see this weather front

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heading our way by Friday and Saturday. They will not be luch rain

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if any on it. It will be a cloudy forecast towards the end of the

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week. Tonight will be slightly milder. Tomorrow night, unddr clear

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skies, single figures. Therd is a south`westerly wind. A noticeable

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breeze. It should be warmer so this temperatures will lift slightly 20

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or 21 degrees. There will bd varying amounts of cloud for Friday and into

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the weekend. Expect some sun and it spells but it could be cloudy times.

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After tomorrow's chilly night, those two bridges just about stayhng in

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double double figures. Back to you.

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