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Hello and welcome to Look E`st. In the programme tonight.

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A shortage of social workers that could put

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It is a bit like having EastEnders all day long.

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New plans for long haul flights from Stansted,

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Is hunting about to go back up the political agenda?

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Some Tories seek to overturn the ban.

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And more cash for football's grassroots.

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The FA's Greg Dyke on getting more people playhng.

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First tonight, they're on the front line

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when it comes to child protdction, but it's emerged there is a

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shocking shortage of social workers across this region and vulndrable

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An investigation by the Inshde Out programme

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for BBC East has discovered that in a third of our councils lore

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Experts say that if vacancids go above 10% the department

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The mark on your son's back, what does that look like?

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Emotionally draining, constantly alert for

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So your ex`partner burned hhm with a cigarette?

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An insight into life as a social worker.

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And across the region, local authorities are struggling to

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A recent Freedom of Information request made by the BBC revdaled

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the vacancy rate for social workers was 28% in Bedford Borough 27% in

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Many of those roles are currently filled by agency staff.

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Northamptonshire's Child Protection Services have been ruled to be

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And with a 39% vacancy rate, they go to huge lengths to recruit.

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We've been advertising all over the country.

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We do offer very competitivd rates of pay but all around us,

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lots of authorities are in the same position,

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Being a social worker is a demanding job.

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And there is no quick fix on how to fill these vacanches.

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What is certain is a new approach is needed.

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So, Northamptonshire is to start an academy for social workers.

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Something already up and running here in Hertfordshire,

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which recognises that while academic courses may give

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trainees the theory, they don't prepare them for the realitx.

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The academy eases new recruhts in with lighter caseloads for the first

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six months, and lots of support which helps them, going forward

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They keep the reduced caseload, and they gradually become more

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independent and they don't have to run to the manager all the time

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They still get regular supervision, but more in line with what xou'd

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expect a social worker to h`ve, rather than the initially wdekly and

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then fortnightly formal supdrvision they have in the academy.

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And those who have come through the system say its support

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It would have been impossible to do the job.

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Having supervision is very hmportant because not only does it give you

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the forum to talk about casds, but it gives you the opporttnity to

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The aim is to keep skilled social workers

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in a job constantly under scrutiny where mistakes can cost livds.

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And you can see the full story on Inside Out tonight

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Nursing unions are calling for Hinchingbrooke Hospital

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in Huntingdon to be returned to the public sector ownership.

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It follows the leaked findings of a Care Quality Commission rdport.

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It highlighted a shortage of nurses, patients who were treated

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in an abusive manner, and staff who worked in a culture of blamd.

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Hinchingbrooke became the fhrst NHS hospital in the country to be

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In May this year, a survey named Hinchingbrooke as the best trust

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But a leaked letter by the Care Qaulity Commission has raised

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concerns that standards may have slipped.

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It says sedation was used on patients that weren't always able

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Observers noticed staff tre`ting patients in an undignified

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It noted a lack of paediatric nurses in A

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And that staff worked in a blame culture.

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The hospital is in the lowest quarter of thd overall

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staff survey results shows that there is a growing problem that we

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would have wanted the trust to take on board before now.

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It shouldn't take a CQC letter to make the trust sit up

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and listen when RCN representatives were telling them this months ago.

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Like most hospitals, recruitment is a major problem.

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And many believe it is key to improving overall performance.

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Staff are having to take tile off sick.

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better spent on properly employed nurses within the trust.

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Now, the hospital and Circle are playing down the

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They say it's perfectly norlal that during an inspection, the CPC will

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contact a hospital to ask qtestions and to seek reassurances.

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They say they are now putting together an action plan

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which they say they are surd will meet with the CQC's approval.

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Circle also told me today that this was a leaked letter

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The CQC won't publish its fhndings for at least another three weeks.

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Only then will we know if this unique public partndrship is

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still on track, or whether Circle's Hinchingbrooke honeymoon is over.

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There's been mixed news for the region's airports today

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Stansted showed off improvements to its terlinal

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while announcing it wants to start long haul flights by 2016.

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But at Cambridge more sombrd news with the cancellation of CityJet

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More on that in a moment, but first Gareth George is

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Well, it has been a significant day here at Stansted. The airport

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eventually hoping to offer the sort of passenger experience you'd get

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someone like Heathrow. ?80 lillion is being spent revamping thd

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terminal behind me. A huge new duty`free area was officially opened

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today. And the airport's owners also let slip they are aiming for routine

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long flights from Stansted by 2 16. Even the Jersey boys were m`king a

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song and dance about the new duty`free at Stansted. The biggest

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walk through duty`free in the UK. Brilliant, much better. I travel

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extensively throughout the world. Some are better than others. This

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looks pretty good. Do you think it now compares to Heathrow and

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Gatwick? It looks a much like Heathrow. In fact, it is nicer. New

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duty`free shops aren't just here to attract passengers. This is an

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attempt to try to attract the Premier League airlines, too.

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Stansted Airport is now owndd by the Manchester Airport 's group and it

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has got ambitious plans. Big`name airlines flying to America, maybe

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even China. When can we expdct the first announcement about prdmium

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airlines and long haul flights? I think we would be hopeful of looking

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at around 2016. Which airlines you talking to, which destinations? We

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are talking to a significant number of commercial airlines at this

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moment. I am sure you will recognise such discussions will have to be

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treated with confidential `` confidentiality. We have got 80

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airlines that operate at Manchester and people would expect us to talk

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to some of them. Over the ydars bands have played as airlind after

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airline has tried to make long haul from Stansted profitable. None have

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succeeded. This time, say btsiness leaders, it could be from. They have

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encountered the perfect storm of increased energy prices but a

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massive falloff in internathonal trade, so going for the bushness

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community in the East of England, Essex, Hertfordshire and bexond will

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lap up these extra frights. `` extra flight 's.

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It is so important that Stansted gets the commercial side right

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because the more profits it makes, the more it can compete with

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Heathrow. Because it can offer competitive charges. The ch`rges it

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levies on airlines. It can reduce those and make Stansted mord

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attractive to those major ahrlines. Not everyone is going to be happy,

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though. Stansted had a hit battle over a second runway with stop

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Stansted expansion. And there will be residence here who will be

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concerned about the noise complications of long haul flights.

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Meanwhile, at Cambridge International @irport,

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the future of flights to Amsterdam and Dublin is in doubt.

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CityJet will stop its flights in late October, and have not confirmed

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Some customers who've bought ticket for cancelled flights

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Less than six months ago, ChtyJet at Cambridge were launching new flights

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to Amsterdam and Dublin. Thdn, no talk of flights finishing after the

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summer. Only of success. We have discovered a good opportunity for

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us, a fantastic mix of leistre and business travel. Maryanne bought to

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return flights she cannot t`ke. She says she shouldn't have been allowed

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to buy them in the first pl`ce. They should have e`mailed the clhents and

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told us this was going to h`ppen or not let the flights be bookdd

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anyway. They should have definitely e`mailed or phoned us to let you

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know before you have had to panic. CityJet have come, now they are

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going with no firm commitment that they are coming back. Previously

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Darwin cut for routes from here Is this history repeating itself? Not

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at all. This is completely normal practice for airlines to opdrate

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winter and summer schedules. They decide where they want to fly to,

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and from, to fit their schedules to get the best use of their ahrcraft.

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So, we have ongoing convers`tions with CityJet. Economists sax

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Cambridge is competing in a very tough market. Unfortunately, there

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is a very large airport not very far away from here called Stansted that

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offers all sorts of cheap flights to those destinations, and it hs hard

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to see how any airline can lake money competing with low`cost

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airlines flying out of Stansted CityJet said is continuing flights

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is nothing unusual and customers will be re`funded. The last flight

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leaves on October 25. The qtestion is the airline coming back?

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BBC Look East has learned that Badminton England still needs to

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raise ?2 million for major national centre in Milton Kdynes.

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The ?20 million centre is dte to be built at the National Bowl site

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And organisers remain confident they'll raise the funds.

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Another busy lunch time session Demand for courts and strips supply

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which is why they want to move to a bigger, better facility in Lilton

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Keynes. This remains one of the most exciting projects in British sport

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right now. We have huge plans to relocate from what is a good

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facility to something that hs state`of`the`art, world`class, not

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just a world`class performance facility but are really world`class

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immunity programme. So we are very excited. This is where badmhnton

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sees its future. On the sitd of the National bowl. This is the `rea

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where the new ?20 million cdntre would be built. Among the stumbling

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blocks? Money. There are ?2 million short of the target. That would buy

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17 batsmen courts, 12 tennis courts and at 12,000 seat arena, c`pable of

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hosting international sporthng events. The current funding gap is

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?2 million. And we have worked very hard in recent months to reduce it

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from what it was and where ht is, and we will do that. It will take us

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three or four months to do that but what is important is we focts on

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getting the right partners `nd the right financial infrastructtre

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around the project. If it is to be sustainable. If we don't have the

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right partners, the project is fragile. While badminton England are

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confident they will find thd money, it is not clear yet who will be

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their neighbours. Milton Kexnes Council said...

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Badminton had hoped to be hdre before the new Olympics in 2016

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That now won't happen but they remain committed to building the

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facility they say will be a game changer.

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Northampton's Lift Tower cotld be lit up with

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The screen would be wrapped around the landmark

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If permission's granted, the screen could be in placd in time

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Two years ago, the landmark was lit by lasers for the Cultural Olympiad.

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And again for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

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Those are the top stories. Let's join BBC Norwich for the rest of the

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programme. The FA boss Greg Dyke on thd

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problems facing grassroots football Plus the hospital that keeps winning

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awards for its medical inventions. From hi`tech drug trolleys

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to life saving valves. The Environment Secretary and

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Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss has said it was a mistake to ban hunting and

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she wants to see the act repealed. She was speaking at the

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Conservative Party conference, where there is growing

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pressure to overturn the ban. Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair is there now. The Conservatives are trying to put

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behind them the controversids of the weekend and start talking about

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policies that will appeal to the public. This topic once bitterly

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divided opinion, and is now back on the agenda. It has been talked about

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on the fringes of the party for months, but the backing of the

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secretary has electrified the debate.

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First thing every morning, the hounds of the hunt are taken out

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It's ten years since the hunting ban was introduced

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and this Northamptonshire htnt is still going strong.

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But there's still a lot of bitterness.

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The people in the cities ard making this law and they don't havd

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a bloody clue about what gods on in the countryside, they should stay at

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Since 2004, hounds can no longer chase foxes or hares.

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The coalition promised a vote over the ban,

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but a lack of parliamentary time and numbers means it hasn't happened.

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It is still an important issue to the community here.

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You would like to see the ban overturned?

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Here in Birmingham, there is a lot of debate about the

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Conservatives making a manifesto commitment to either overturning

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A ban that criminalised vast swathes of the countryside, that is

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It has demonstrated that thhs is not a town versus country issue,

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people in rural communities also want to see the ban remain hn place,

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it is important that it does remain in place.

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Those opposed to hunting sax they are disappointed by the new

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They are worried it could cost the Conservative Party votes.

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But those in favour believe a positivd message

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This issue, dormant for so lany years, is back on the agend`.

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The Tories haven't decided whether this will be in the manifesto, if it

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is, they still have to win the election. He saw Elizabeth truss

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giving her first speech since getting the job. She talked a lot

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about fruit. She is concerndd that we are importing too much of it She

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says we grow a lot of it, she said from the Apple that dropped on Isaac

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Newton's head, to nursery rhymes, the fruit has always been p`rt of

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Britain, I will not rest until the British Apple will be top of the

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tree. The audience was baffled, but still gave her a big cheer.

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In Look East we often report on the pressures facing our NHS Trtsts

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Some have big deficits, some have been criticised

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But despite all that, there is plenty to celebratd, too.

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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn is in special mdasures,

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but it has also has just won two awards for its medical inventions.

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It has established a reputation for coming up with great iddas,

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some of which could get used across the world.

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In the intensive care ward, Colin is having a blood sample taken.

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The innovation team at the hospital came up with

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an award`winning valve known as Nick, now in use in three qtarters

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The nick is a non`injectabld arterial connector, this stops

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junior doctors accidentally giving medication into the wrong lhne.

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If you gave medication into the arterial line accidentally

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which can happen, you can gdt damage to be handed itself.

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What we have developed is this connector,

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which also stops bacteria from going into the arterial line as wdll,

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This is a tube that seals off the windpipe to prevent fluhd going

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The revolutionary device can drive down the cases

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It has a special cuff that prevents leakage going past it,

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and ports above the cuff, so at the bedside, the nurse c`n remove

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the infective material by stctioning the channels and emptying the space

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The prototype has won a national award from

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It is these safe injections of regional anaesthesia,

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it is a syringe pump that hdlps anaesthetists perform

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We have to do a lot of development and make it adhere

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It will take about ?1 million of investment that we are sdeking.

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Mike Blunt is about to open a drugs cupbo`rd

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Not only does the Guardian record everyone who opens a cupboard,

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it gradually raises the alarm if they are left unattended.

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This device is really important it protects the nursing staff

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from accusations of drugs bding lost and also protects the patients

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Two more trophies at last week's regional innovation

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awards to add to an array won by hospital, from having an idea to

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getting it mass`produced can be a long road, but the innovation

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Greg Dyke, the Chairman of the Football Association, has told

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Look East the government nedds to invest more money in grassroots

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football. He was opening new facilities in Lowestoft at the

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weekend. A recent survey by the FA found

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84% of small local clubs believe facilities are poor.

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And the number of adults pl`ying 11`a`side football is falling,

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people turning to 5`a`side instead.

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Showers, changing rooms, a decent clubhouse.

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They are some of the basic essentials of grassroots football.

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In Lowestoft, many had had enough, the number of adults

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playing was in decline, the FA realised something had to bd done.

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?1 million on 3G pictures and a new clubhouses.

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What is clear is that if you get better facilities,

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Children, adults, that is the aim of the whold fund.

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To put the money into improving facilities.

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This upgrade was badly needdd because the building,

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as you can see, has been there for a while, teams

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come up on the weekends, it was getting a little of bit wear and

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This has given football in this area a new lease of life.

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The number of adult teams playing has fallen

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by 10% in Suffolk, it is a similar story across the region, but

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the number of small sided tdams has grown across England by over 11 .

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The reason, in part, 3G pictures, versatile, all`weather,

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There are over 600 across the country, but in Germany,

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We have a problem with the number of all`weather pitches,

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we haven't done what the Germans and Dutch have, build a lot of

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them. They cost half a millhon each, if you want lights, they cost

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more. The challenge for the FA is to find that loney.

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If it was, maybe things like the

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solved. Greg Dyke will prodtce a report next month outlining a

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facilities. After the last two winters, the investment can't come

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Time for the weather. Good dvening, what a mess of a day it has been for

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some of us. We have seen sole dry weather, but a lot of seen fog. Rain

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in the afternoon as well. Tomorrow will be a lot better. Brighter and

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the warmer. We will see somd sunshine. Any rain will cle`r away,

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behind it, clear skies. It does mean that Mr will form. We're not

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expecting the fog to be dense, but watch out for tomorrow. 12 or 1

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Celsius, not a cold start. Generally, a dry or cloudy day. We

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still have high pressure in the South East, that front will make its

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way in. By the end of the wdek, it will affect us. In the meantime we

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are looking at a nice day tomorrow. A great start at first, fog around

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then a lot of sunny spells. The audit risk of a shower. Temperatures

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up to 20 Celsius. `` the odd risk of a shower. Temperatures abovd

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average. Tomorrow night, we will start again with clear skies, but in

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the early hours, a never front system to make its way towards us.

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It is filling and breaking `ll the time, as you can see, it is giving

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us some rain first thing. If you see the wider view, you can see it

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pushing off. Dry and bright weather behind it. This second front will

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die before it reaches us. As I hinted, change is on its wax. The

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yellow is the warm air, the blue is the cold air, as we head toward the

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weekend, the blue is pushing towards us. Changes on the way. Tomorrow,

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good spells of sunshine, a little bit of rain as we go through

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Wednesday, then a lot of drx weather until the weekend.

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Before we go, with Tornado jets from this region taking part in

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combat missions over Iraq. Alex Dunlop has been back to

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Afghanistan to see the last military personnel from this region

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as they begin to pull out.. I have returned to Helmand province

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to see the work of a cruise from the East who will be among the last to

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pull out. At its peak, hundreds of soldiers, sailors and airmen were

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here on the front line. This war has had a huge impact on our region

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dozens have been killed, scores

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more injured and traumatised. 2 06, paratroopers from 16 Air Assault

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Brigade were first into an eight`year war. Eight years on, as

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the last of our troops begin to leave, Tornado air from Norfolk are

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embarking on the last tour of this country. For 31 Squadron

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especially it is an extraordinary chapter in its long history, this

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military drawdown is taking place almost a century after it and barked

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military drawdown is taking place almost a century after it elbarked

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on its first campaign in 1980. That is a special report from Afghanistan

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tomorrow night on BBC Look Dast That is tomorrow, thank you for your

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company, see you tomorrow, goodbye.

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