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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me,

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Hello and welcome to Thursday's Look East.

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The failings in the system that led this young

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Today his widow tells Look Dast the professionals let her husband down.

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I felt I was a bit ill`informed really.

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Had I known all of the facts, I wouldn't have allowed him

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Back on the road ` the controversial Ely southern bypass finally gets

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We'll be here later in the programme.

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Charley Hull brings a touch of celebrity to her old primarx school.

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And celebrating the BBC Introducing. Turning undiscovered talent into

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household names. First tonight: The serious failings

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that led a vulnerable man to take his own life. Graeme Price, a father

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from Bedfordshire, died frol multiple injuries after falling from

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a Luton car park. Despite ndeding treatment for a serious mental

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illness, he was discharged from hospital. The 33`year`old w`s

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diagnosed as suffering from depression with psychosis on June

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the 9th last year. He should have been admitted to a mental hdalth

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unit, but there were no beds available. He remained on a hospital

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ward until July the 2nd. Seventeen days later, he took his own life.

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His family say he was failed by the system. Neil Bradford has spoken to

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his widow. There is a massive stigma attached

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to mental health and unless people educated... Through adversity, Linda

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Price appears to have found an incredible strength. Last ydar, she

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was with her husband when hd took his own life. With dignity `nd

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composure, she wants her story to help others. He was an amazhng man,

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he was very educated, very confident. He enjoyed travel, food,

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love work and loved his famhly. Graham was 33. A father and a

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project manager from Bedfordshire. Without warning, he suffered an

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enormous break down. he camd home from work one Tuesday, two days

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later he was psychotic. He started imagining that people were coming

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for him and he got very par`noid, very anxious, very scared. @fter a

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short stay in hospital, he tnderwent risk assessment and there w`s no

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plan for his care. Just 17 days later, while on a shopping trip in

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Luton, he fell from this multistorey car park. he just jumped out of the

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car and ran straight to the ledge, I heard him fall. It wasn't rdally the

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outcome I expected, but at that point, when I saw him jump out of

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the car onto the ledge, I knew I was in trouble and I knew it wasn't

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going to tear out the way I wanted it. He was very ill. Today `t an

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inquest, the coroner ruled the failings in Graham's care rdsulted

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in lost opportunities. The health just responsible has expressed his

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condolences in a statement this afternoon. They said:

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there was no real explanation. It was more just that he was gdtting

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better and he will get bettdr. I felt I was a bit ill informdd and

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had I known all the facts, H would not have allowed him to comd home.

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Linda is now determined to raise awareness about mental illndss and

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to campaign for better care. The lasting legacy of the husband she

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misses so much. A man who subjected his babx

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daughter to a violent attack has today been jailed for life for her

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murder. 23`year`old Aurimas Medvedevas beat, shook and bit his

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nine`week`old daughter Auksd in September last year. Her mother

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returned home in Clifton Avdnue in Peterborough from work to fhnd the

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child dead in her cot. Medvddevas had claimed the child had f`llen out

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of her cot, but changed his plea to guilty two days into his trhal. We

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need to remember this was a particularly vulnerable

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nine`week`old child and this man, he's shook her, he's thrown her

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he's hit her and he's bitten her. What would possess someone to do

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that, I don't know. But tod`y's sentence does provide some dlement

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of hope for the mother ` it allows her to know what happened to her

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daughter and make the first steps in her recovery. It will be with her

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forever, but it certainly allows her to move on with the next st`ge of

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her life. The decision came this afternoon

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after the Government gave The 1.7 kilometre bypass

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will cost ?30 million. Supporters claim it'll ease

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the city's growing traffic congestion, but opponents s`y it'll

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ruin an historic landscape. Our reporter Emma Baugh is hn Ely

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for us now ? Emma. Well, one of the pressure points

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near to the railway station here. And when the crossing barridrs come

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down, traffic can be brought to a standstill. It can be going nowhere.

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They had been waiting for a bypass it for 30 years and now fin`lly

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they may be getting one. Great news,

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great news for the people of Ely It's been a long time coming

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but it will solve a long`term problem which is about the railway

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with the trains which will be more And also it will enhance thd area

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around the railway station, as well. The council says it has alrdady got

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the money and if you look at these pictures, we can see what it may

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look like. I have been speaking to people in Ely tonight. It is jolly

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good. We live just here and the traffic I goes by is amazing. The

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traffic going down broad Street shakes all the old houses. Ht is an

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excellent idea and has been crying out for this bypass for somd time.

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It will make commuting so mtch easier. the sooner it gets done the

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better. It is a wonderful place to see and visit, is Ely. I'm ` bit

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biased because I don't really like to see things change, I must admit.

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As you can hear, not everybody is happy. Least of all, English

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Heritage to say it will destroy an iconic view of Ely Cathedral. The

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council says it will go ahe`d and we could see bulldozers on the ground

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as early as next year. A racehorse owned by the Quden

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and trained in Newmarket has been stripped of a second`place finish in

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one of the world's biggest races. Estimate finished runner up

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in July's Ascot Gold Cup and was one of eight horses

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which tested positive for Morphine. A ruling by the British Horseracing

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Authority exonerates the Northamptonshire firm ` saying

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feed it provided was contamhnated Thank you the Queen at Royal Ascot.

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Here with Estimate in the p`ddock. Her Majesty learned today hdr

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racehorse will be officiallx disqualified after tests detected

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morphine. He came from horsd feed from here, Hodson Dorrell near

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Kettering. Security guards were outside its gates today. Thd horse

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racing authority said the contamination had come about

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innocently. It may have comd from poppy seeds or some other p`sture

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plant. But if you look therd, you can see the royal coat of arms they

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have been supplying Her Majdsty with horse racing feed since the 198 s.

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There is inevitably talk, though not from the Queen at this stagd. There

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has been talk among some of the other racehorse owners involved of

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seeking compensation from Hodson Dorrell. The company told us

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long`standing relationships in the racing industry remain important.

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Any compensation issues are in the hands of the insurers. Caroline

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Bailey is a racehorse traindr Neil but Northampton. Contaminatdd food

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cannot serious financial consequences she says. It is a big

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concern, we must abide by the rules. We are running our horses to

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win and if you lose these r`cers get placed bat`macro getting pl`ce, it

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has a knock`on effect. `` gdtting placed. The Queen's trainer was not

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blamed or find today. But hdre, they will be hoping their relationship

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with the horse racing industry has not been tarnished.

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Police investigating a violdnt robbery during which an elddrly

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couple were tied up and thrdatened have released CCTV footage of a man

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they want to speak to. The couple were attacked at their home in

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Addlecroft Close in the Kingsthorpe area of Northampton at the dnd of

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July. They answered their door to two men claiming to be paraledics

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who took cash and a credit card The card was later used by this man at

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the Sainsbury's in Weedon Road and the St James' branch of Barclays.

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It's been ten years in the laking, but now researchers from

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Addenbrooke's Hospital are nearing the end of one of the biggest health

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studies of its kind in the country. It's called The Fenland Study and

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has involved some 12,000 people across Cambridgeshire betwedn the

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ages of 30 and 62. Gathering details about everything from body fat, diet

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and levels of physical activity the results will help shape Govdrnment

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health policy for years to come But why the Fens? Well, it has `

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population of 9,000. And, according to Public Health England, h`s higher

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than average rates of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Anna

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Todd has this report. Ten ydars ago, Mark Cromwell, then 49, gavd up his

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lifestyle anonymity to science for one week. He allowed researchers to

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drill down into the nitty`gritty of his existence. Today, he is back to

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see how things have changed. I was slightly fitter ten years ago, I did

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a lot more exercise. The last few years, my work has consisted of more

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paperwork rather than being out moving around, so, obviouslx, that

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has had a knock`on effect, H would have thought. The scanner which

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measures body fat, shows th`t Mark is still fit and well. But, as we

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can see, that is not always the case. People would have probably put

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on a little bit of weight, lost people. Not everyone, but on

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average. Most people probably have decreased their activity levels and

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it is thought young people `re generally more active than older

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people, so we expect that change. But we don't know how fit you were

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before we actually started. That will be a long process. And that is

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what is happening now. 12,000 people across the Fens gave up thehr time

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for Phase One. Now, it is hoped they will come back for Phase Two: the

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results. What makes this sttdy unique is the level of scientific

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detail, creating a very precise very real picture of you. Rhght down

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to the last plate of chips that you ate to the last ounce of fat that

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was gained. With fast food `nd frothy coffee on every corndr, it's

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not surprising that obesity is the buzzword in medical science. But it

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is the socio`economic factors that make Fenland ideal for this study.

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Over a quarter of adults ard obese, the large towns of Cambridgd,

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Wisbech and Ely bringing together wealth and poverty. If you `re rich

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enough to be able to afford to live in the centre of Cambridge, it is

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much easier for you to walk or cycle to your place of employment. If you

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live in Wisbech or Ely, that may not be case. Similarly, if you have a

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high income, you may be mord likely to afford healthier foods and have

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better access to healthy foods, possibly. They could take ydars to

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complete the Fenland study. But scientists hope the evidencd of

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diabetes, obesity and heart disease will jolt the Government into

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action. Our modern lifestylds are as serious a threat as any othdr.

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Staff at Luton`based Monarch Airlines have voted FOR a p`y cut as

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part of plans to restructurd the company. More than 90% of the

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workforce voted in favour of pay cuts of up to a third. Strike action

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had been threatened over pl`ns to cut a thousand jobs. News of the

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vote comes the day after confirmation the company cotld have

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new owners next month. The company is in talks with an investmdnt firm

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with plans to transform it hnto a low`cost airline.

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James Burridge will be here with your late update at 10.30pm. For now

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We go back to school with golfer Charley Hull as some of the world's

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best golfers gather in Scotland for the start of the Ryder Cup.

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And celebrating the success of BBC Introducing.

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The under the radar, unsigndd, and undiscovered acts, some of whom

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Brewing is a growing industry in this part of the world.

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Most of the barley used for brewing beer comes from farms

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So the raw materials are right on our doorstep.

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There are 114 breweries across the East nearly 10%

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And most of our 4,300 pubs sell cask ale

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So we grow it we brew it and we drink it as Ian Barmer reports.

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This Norfolk ale is typical of a small brewery springing up `cross

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the East. Just outside Fakenham she brews 3 billion years. It is a small

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operation producing around 4,00 pints a week. Already she h`s won a

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Gold award from the campaign for real ale. Ebola more interested

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about their food and drink, where it comes from, what goes into ht.

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Therefore, that has contribtted to the rise of interest, and the

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excitement. What is cask ald? It is unpasteurised and contains live

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Easter so it continues to fdrment in its cask in the pub cellar. It isn't

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fizzy, only containing natural carbon dioxide. It's what m`ny

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people know as real ale. Adnams is one of the biggest producers of car

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scale in the east and that dquates to more than 18 million pints a

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year. Brewing here is high`tech but the process doesn't change. This is

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rinsing the Bali to extract all the sugar, which is then converted to

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alcohol. This is the special place where we store Bali. Adnams use

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barley grown in Norfolk and Suffolk. It is the Champagne region for Bali.

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This is the black mortar colour up some of our beers. Interesthng beer

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is growing. This is one of the brewery tours and more interest has

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translated to record sales hn 2 14. It is a fantastic time for cask

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beer. We are growing, most breweries at growing, there are three

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breweries opening up in the UK now each week. In Newton near C`mbridge,

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they are proud of their cask ales. Sales are good, interest is growing.

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There are more microbrewerids being set up. We have won over thd hill in

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Haston, who is doing great guns And that helps to improve the

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experience. 70 million pints of car scale are drunk in this reghon every

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year. And that is keeping breweries in business and helping pubs to keep

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open. `` 70 million pints of cask ale.

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Members of the UK Independence Party are on their way to Doncastdr this

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afternoon for their annual conference.

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UKIP says it will deliver "a strong clear and simple lessage

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The party, which already has a strong presence

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on many of our councils, will target several seats in this region

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Our Political Correspondent Andrew Sinclair reports.

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Members of the UK Independence Party are on their way to Doncastdr this

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afternoon for their annual conference.

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That was obvious in Clacton last night.

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More than 700 members of the public came along to

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And nearly all of them were not party membdrs.

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I am concerned about immigr`tion, all these people coming in here

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People in Europe telling us what we can't do in our own country.

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You've got Cameron and all that they all stutter the question,

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Nigel Farage was here to calpaign in the Clacton by`election

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We are sick to death of being governed by this political class.

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Of all the parties, UKIP will be feeling most optimistic

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It now has more than 100 councillors in the east.

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UKIP says this proves it can be trusted with power

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and responsibility, but other parties often complain

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that the new councillors ard not really up to the job.

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They've got simplistic solutions to difficult questions.

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You have to understand the brief, the meat on the bones and follow

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these things through and understand the process and try to come up with

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They are constantly looking for a simple answer.

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But their party leader isn't worried.

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He says they'll gain experience over time.

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Most of these UKIP councillors h`ve only

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My advice to every UKIP councillor who was elected was don't rtn

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That actually applies to politicians from all parties.

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Back in Clacton, UKIP has also courted controversy

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over its decidion to drop its elected candidate, Roger Lord,

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in favour of Douglas Carswell when he defected from the Conservatives.

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Sometimes in life someone better comes along.

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Opponents say UKIP has vagud, inconsistent and ill thought out

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policies, although that does not seem to deter voters.

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Nigel Farage knows that as the election gets closer,

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You can see a full list of the candidate 's on the website for BBC

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Essex. Look East has been

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following the extraordinary progress of teenage golf sensation Charley

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Hull for more than a decade. Today on the eve of the

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Ryder Cup Charley went back to the school where that journdy began

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her old primary school in Who can tell me, which country is

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this? That is Morocco where I won my first

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tournament. She's a bit too old for this geography class. The sdat s,

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too, are smaller than she rdmembers, but Charley Hull is happy to be

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back. I spent my childhood hn this school. All my family used to teach

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here. I've got a big historx of this school, it is brilliant. It's open!

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Today, she opened the new extension at her old primary school. Once a

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shy nine`year`old, now very much used to the limelight. Can H have a

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`I've? We heard that when she was four, she hit a golf ball over a

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house. That is amazing, acttally. It's didn't feel real because you

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see her on telly, and peopld that were treating her like the Pueen,

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but she is a normal girl. I remember quite clearly one Monday morning,

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her coming in to share a trophy with the rest of the cars, and she pulled

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out the BBC Young Person 's sports personality award which was as her.

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This was her nine years ago. She had just won the ladies amateur title,

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and had come back especiallx four Roman day only to face the cameras.

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2014, she has already won hdr first professional tournament, helped

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Europe when the Solheim cup, and is taking on the world. I have had a

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great season so far. I finished fourth last week. I'm consistently

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being in the top ten as well. I have got a lot of experience unddr my

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belt. Hopefully going on to the future. Before she left, tile for a

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quick lesson to a grateful xear six. Some, though, clearly have work to

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do. When she was four, she could hit the

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golf ball over the house? Good job she didn't top it!

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We're celebrating BBC Introducing today.

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In case you don't know, it's about putting unsigned and undiscovered

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Artists like Ed Sheeran and George Ezra got exposure in the early part

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of their careers with Introducing on BBC local radio in our rdgion.

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Seven years after it started the brand goes

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The Norfolk band Kill It Kid with their new single,

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Now signed to the Warner Brothers label, BBC Introducing helpdd give

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It gives exposure to some extent, but it's more the sense

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There is a fraternity of musicians, and you join a network locally.

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Ed Sheeran with a BBC Introducing film from 2010, the A Team,

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which went in to become a hht around the world.

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He spent a year when he plaxed almost one gig a day, and that

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It is definitely off his own back, but it is exciting to have been

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Bands upload their music vi` the BBC uploader.

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You can upload your music, it can then be heard by your local

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team at your local station, and they then feed it through to

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My advice to any new musici`n is believe in yourself,

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take as much advice on board as possible, not just from friends

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and family who will tell yot you're brilliant, but from people xou don't

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Across the region, bands ard taking advice and uploading hundreds

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The Moose Funk Squad are just blowing up at the moment.

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People like Scuff, who played at Glastonbury.

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Lonely the Brave who realeased their album, The Day's War.

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Just incredible music coming out of the city at the moment.

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But for this band things are starting to happen.

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They have a European tour ndxt month and an album out in November,

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but they are not about to forget how it all started, or that thex are

:24:53.:24:55.

And just a reminder that BBC Introducing in the East

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is on between eight and 9pm on Saturday nights on

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Very good it is as well. We had the barometer last night, so just a

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forecast today. It was a beautiful is to thd day

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today. That is Yaxley today. Absolutely beautiful. These are the

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sorts of temperatures we recorded last night. Our usual spots, down to

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three. Norwich down to six. It isn't going to be as cold because we have

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a lot of cloud moving in. And the last few hours show how much cloud

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there is so quite a lot of cloud across the region, just enotgh to

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produce some rain or to resolve Predominantly, it is dry. All of us

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in double figures. Some places not lower than 15 or 16. We start

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tomorrow quite cloudy with `nother weather front coming in, me`ning

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there is a breeze. There ard good prospects. It. To brighten tp, and

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we see some sunshine through the day. The wind swings round, bringing

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in some warmer air. Temperatures could be quite comfortable, 20 or

:26:40.:26:45.

21. It is looking largely dry for the afternoon as well. Lookhng

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ahead, you might be thinking about the weekend, and it is going to be

:26:50.:26:53.

quite Easson. A week area of high pressure could keep things settled,

:26:54.:26:59.

but there could be quite a lot of cloud around, so expect a forecast

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that is cloudy at times. Yot will seep brightness and sunshind, but it

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will also feel quite warm. The jury is out on whether Saturday or Sunday

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will be the better of the two days of the weekend. There will be

:27:16.:27:18.

cloud, but also some sunshine around. As we start to get hnto the

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beginning of next week, there are signs that the temperatures will

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cool down, a little bit mord cloud around as well, but after l`st night

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was Mac cold night, we are lild tonight, and then temperatures

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staying in double figures for the next couple of nights.

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That is all from us. Have a good evening.

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On my sofa this week, hot new singer/songwriter George Ezra,

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