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Staying in the NHS, the multi`million pound contract

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for care of the elderly which some feared would go to

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The small scale bag seller versus the giant travel company, who's

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Moving our military back hole, our special report

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And the County Council cleaners who managed to erase a mural by Banksy.

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An ?800 million contract to provide health services for elderly people

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across Cambridgeshire and p`rts of Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire

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Three organisations were on the short list to win thd

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If they had won, it would h`ve been the biggest NHS contract to have

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But in the event the contract's gone to the

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UnitingCare Partnership which is run by two Cambridgeshire NHS Trusts.

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Today, protesters fighting what they call the privatisation of the NHS

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Almost every month for over a year, voices raised about what

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campaigners said could be the sell`off of another NHS service

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But today it was announced the winning bid for this massive

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health care contract is a partnership between two NHS Trusts.

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One of the problems is that so much of this has been done in secret

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And yesterday was behind closed doors in an undisclosed vente,

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We want to go forward to kedp the services public, and all

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From April, UnitingCare Partnership will be in charge of servicds

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like district nurses, mental health care, physiotherapists.

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Their aim, they say, is to lake things easier for patients

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Today, they said they were delighted the Clinical Commissioning Group had

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selected them as the preferred bidder.

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In our hearts, we've always had the care that people experidnce

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in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough so our desire has always bedn to

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think, how can we make it better?

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Where can we go from where we are currently to the future?

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And the decision we've made and has been taken will help us

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At HealthWatch Cambridgeshire, they keep an eye on patient care.

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They say a better, joined up service for

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We are hoping that people are going to continue to

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That it will be simpler for people to navigate the system becatse at

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the moment it is really complicated, how you get from one part of the

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health service to another p`rt of the health service, and then social

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care, is incredibly complic`ted for people. So that anything th`t can

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simplify that make that easher for people has got to be a good thing.

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Campaigners say the whole process has been costly

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and unnecessary, but they s`y the fact services will stay under

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Until now, elderly patients have been treated by many differdnt parts

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of the NHS including district nurses, hospitals or care homes all

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operating reasonably independently of each other with patients being

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Earlier, I asked a senior ldcturer in community nursing

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It has always been a messy system for patients because you ard dealing

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with different organisations. And we all know when you hand over care

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from one organisation to another, there can be challenges. So, if you

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have three large NHS organisations working together, you can actually

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look at building care around the patient. Patient or money follows

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patient, some of the patient gets a admitted to hospital, the money goes

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to the hospital. If the pathent is cared for in the community, it's not

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quite the same, but the mondy doesn't go to hospital. So by having

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this integrated organisation, it means it doesn't matter where the

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money is. It is about the p`tient, not the money. There were private

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bidders involved as well, they lost out to the NHS, how significant is

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it that such a big contract went to NHS providers? Giving the contract

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or NHS organisations alreadx working in Cambridgeshire would possibly

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give a better opportunity to have integrated services because you are

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not dealing with different organisations. We know this is going

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to be a five`year contract `nd usually these contracts are about

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two years, what difference will that make? That will enable the providers

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to really focus on getting ht right for patients. If you have a two`year

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contract, it is very diffictlt, it is very short`term because xou spend

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the first six months to a ydar looking at the services you're

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delivering, whereas if you have a five`year contract, it is mtch

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easier to be able to project and develop services that peopld need.

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Finally, do you think this will be a contract that could develop as a

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model? It is a very interesting contract and there is a possibility

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it will be looked at. There are huge variations in the delivery of

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services across the country, so it is one to watch.

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Two teachers and a nursery worker were among those on a list

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of suspected paedophiles handed to UK authorities by police in Canada.

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The details have emerged following the conviction

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of a doctor for abusing children at Addenbrooke's Hospital.

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Of the dozens of names handed to police,

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Neil Bradford has more detahls and joins us now.

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We know there was a delay in the National Crime Agency passing on the

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names to forces in our region, but what's happened to those people now?

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Well, figures obtained by Look East revealed that just for people in our

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region had been charged as ` direct result of this intelligence from the

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Canadian authorities. A fifth person received a police caution. Now, 2000

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names were handed to UK authorities by police in Toronto after they

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purchased concerning DVDs and videos from a Canadian website. 76 of those

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lived in Bedfordshire, King Richard, Hertfordshire, and Northamptonshire.

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There are a number of investigations still ongoing, 13 of those were

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found... Were charged in investigations unrelated to this

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investigation. In Hertfordshire we are told that those arrested

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included a nursery school worker, two teachers, and a communications

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worker. But of the 76, 29, lore than a third, will not face any `ction at

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all. We have also heard that in some cases police were prevented from

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taking action. What can you tell us about that? In Essex, it has emerged

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police wanted to raid the home of deputy head teacher Martin

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Goldberg, 1 day before he w`s found dead there, but magistrates refused

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to grant a search warrant. We have heard from Bedfordshire Polhce that

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that happen to them on thred separate occasions. They wanted to

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take action, applied for se`rch warrants but magistrates refused

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saying the intelligence was out of date, and a great deal of thme had

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elapsed between them getting the information and wanting to take

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action. And that is bound to raise concerns about the delay in getting

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this information from the UK authorities to local police

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officers. Thank you. A vicar who admitted using

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an online chat room to encotrage children to commit sex offences has

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been jailed for two years. Reverend James Ogley was suspended

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from his post at Saint Francis Church in Luton last

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year after police raided his home The court heard the 38`year`old is

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undergoing therapy His future in the Church of England

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will be decided An international travel company is

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taking legal action against Charlotte Jamme set up a colpany

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making handbags four years `go. She called it Mia Tui,

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which means "my bag" in Vietnamese. Now a German company, TUI AG, which

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owns First Choice and Thompson, says Charlotte Jamme started the Mia Tui

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handbag company when she lived In Vietnamese,

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'tui' is the word for bag. In 2011, she relocated to

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Milton Keynes, where the business Until a letter arrived in the post,

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disputing the use of the word 'tui.' When I saw TUI AG,

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I'd had heard of TUI AG, I googled it, and it came up with

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their share option page, So then, I think, then I got

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frightened because you realhse this is a David and Goliath battle

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because they are a multi`billion When trademarker Vicki Benndtt heard

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Charlotte's battle with the holiday giant on Three Counties

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Radio, she offered to help. We've written to the tradem`rker,

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Turners, who are representing TUI AG to see

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if a negotiation is possibld, and if We've informed the

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UK Intellectual Property Office that the proceedings are continuhng, so

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the next step is for both p`rties to file their evidence in support of

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the opposition and the applhcation. If, during negotiations,

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we can't reach a form of settlement, the hearing officer at the

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UK Intellectual Property Office will make a decision based

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on the evidence that has bedn filed Most people say we've never even

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heard of TUI, and how could you We will keep fighting now,

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all the way until we can brhng this TUI does sell some

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of its bags abroad online. In a statement, TUI says

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the only decisive factor is whether there is a likelihood of confusion

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between the trademarks concdrned. In the case under consideration TUI

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sees this fact as being applicable. Well, with both sides not whlling

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to back down, it seems this dispute Police have released CCTV ilages

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after an arson attack They want to speak to a man seen

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at the school in Peterborough. Images captured on the night of the

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fire at Peterborough school. Police want to trace the man seen here in

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the yearly hours of the morning after a fire destroyed part of the

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building. The sixth form colmon room was the worst affected and now the

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school is facing a bill of tens of thousands of pounds to repahr the

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damage. We are lucky that the fire, the fire was contained in a separate

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building. And that it didn't spread. That could easily have happdned and

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on school sites that is oftdn a risk. But we were fortunate it was

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contained in one place. The fire was started overnight on eighth

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September at the independent School on Thorpe Road. The alarm w`s raised

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in the early hours of the morning when the on`site security gtard

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noticed an intruder on site, someone living nearby contacted the

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emergency services, and even though they came straight away, thd bottom

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floor of the building was completely gutted. Police say help frol the

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public could be the key to the investigation. We don't havd a

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motive. I would urge anybodx who can offer any information to make

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contact with the police. It happened during the early hours of the

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morning. There won't have bden a lot of people around at the timd, so

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somebody may have seen something suspicious or might have sole

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information that might give us some leads. The building should be opened

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by the end of the month. Anxone with any information should call police

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on 101. A two week gun amnesty in

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Northamptonshire has been extended. More than 160 weapons have been

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handed in over the fortnight. They included machine guns,

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shotguns, revolvers, and rifles Police say it's been

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so successful the amnesty h`s now To hand over a weapon,

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people must call 101 to makd Still to come, both of our clubs in

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the championship were in action last night. Plus the latest mural from

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Banksy that could have been worth a fortune until the local council run

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it out. `` rub it out. The long withdrawal of Brithsh

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troops 13 years after the start of the

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start of the often controversial deployment it will formally come

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to an end in December. In the armed forces

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they call it drawdown. The complicated process of loving

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both gear and people out of the In the second of his special reports

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from Afghanistan, our defence reporter Alex Dunlop looks

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at the logistics of heading home. Imagine moving a town the shze

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of Bedford back to Britain. Right now, that is what's

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happening in Helmand. What's left has returned to

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the Desert. When I first came here six xears

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ago, Camp Bastion was a military metropolis, with shops,

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eateries and gyms. You can imagine that this w`s

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a camp of about 400 to 600 people. You had all the infrastructtre,

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sewage and electrics in there. Now we have just handed it back

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absolutely barren. All vehicles have to be deep cleaned

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and decontaminated This Mastiff being loaded

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up cost ?1 million alone. What isn't taken is sold

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locally or disposed of. More than 10,000 in equipment,

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armoured vehicles, even Chinook helicopters, are loaded

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up onto transport planes. 90% of all the kit is going out

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by air. It is quite incredible the `mount

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of kit, equipment and number of We're now trying to get the job

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done over the next month or so. For years these have been

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the visual headlines One which has drawn in thousands

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of people as service men and women, bomb disposal units from Essex

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and Suffolk, and intelligence teams But the campaign has now focused on

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four of the 137 bases that remain. Boys,

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I'm going to come in from the side! Based at RAF wittering,

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James Lewis's job is to help pack Parts

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of vehicles that are badly damaged and can?t come home, radio sets

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which are no longer needed, a lot of office equipment, as you can tell,

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there are a lot of offices here As long as military planes take

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off and land here, RAF gunndrs like When I came out here for thd first

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time, it was really busy and This time it is still busy,

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but there is more packing up. This war has lasted longer

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than two world wars combined. A top commander says that

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as the campaign winds down the scale of deployment that we have tsed in

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Afghanistan may not happen `gain. We are at the peak

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of our performance in providing that In spring next year,

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12 years after they first arrived, hundreds of soldiers will rdturn to

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help training these Afghan cadets. This is the nation with

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which our military has a long And tomorrow,

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in the last of his special reports, Alex meets the Air Force newlyweds

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who serve in the same squadron and work in the same building

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but hardly ever get together. In last night's football Norwich

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conceded a late winner to Charlton The 1`0 defeat was their first

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at home in the league this season. Despite that, they remain top

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of the Championship. Two points behind them are Hpswich,

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who drew with Sheffield Two months, 10 league games,

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and plenty to smile about Since

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the opening day defeat to Wolves, the Canaries have been clinhcal

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and composed in front of go`l. They watched helplessly

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as they missed chance after chance, Johnnie Jackson did this sm`sh

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and grab. 25 yards and a score

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in the 86th minute. They seemed to dominate the ball

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in the second half. There were a couple of penalty

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appeals and a goal disallowdd. We have done everything but score

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in the game tonight. That is surprisingly

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because that hasn't been The opening month

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in the championship saw contrasting fortunes for Norwich and Ipswich,

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with Ipswich having just ond win They have been piling

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on the point of late. A six`game unbeaten streak has

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seen them sprint up the table. 1`0 down at half time, and Johnny

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Williams backed the equalisdr in the second half, scoring within five

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minutes of coming off the bdnch Hard fought,

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hard earned said the manager. He said they will be truly tested

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against second placed We know that chimpanzees sh`re 5%

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of their DNA with humans, btt now a new discovery by scientists in

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Cambridge suggests the anim`ls learn Zoologists filmed chimps in Uganda

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and noticed one chimp making a sponge from moss so it cotld

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collect water and drink. But they also then saw other chimps

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copying that behaviour, a trick which then spread throughout

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the chimpanzee colony. He is the dominant alpha male of the

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group. But he is doing, he has taken the mass of the tree and is going

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down the water hole, at the base of the tree, and he is going to dip his

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mosques bunt into the water hole and use that to extract the to drink.

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That map the Moss sponge. And we can see that really closely. But it is

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what the chip does next that is significant. Now he is gathdring

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enough just as the other ond did. How do we know that he has learned

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that behaviour from the first chimpanzee? If it were an isolated

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case, then it could just be created systems, but because we are able to

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the Gatt of the individuals who did this, we can see that all of them,

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with one exception, did so `fter observing the behaviour. Thhs is

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seen as a major breakthrough in our understanding of how chimps are

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tracked and learn. We don't know how important invitation was in the

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natural world. There is a lot of imitation in chimpanzee beh`viour

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which might be a result of chimpanzee's copying each other in

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different situations. But wd weren't sure if those behaviours were a

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result of this social element or not. So the significance is that

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this is the first time this learned behaviour has been captured on

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camera? In a natural circumstance, yes. It has been studied in

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captivity, but this is the first time it has been studied in the

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natural world. Now scientists in Cambridge see if this learndd

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behaviour is displayed in other mammals. Let us hope that it is

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hoped research can begin on dolphins in Australia next year.

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A mural by the world famous graffiti artist Banksy has been erasdd

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by Council workers in Clacton who thought it was offensive.

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He was born and raised in Bristol, he trained as butcher,

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Today, works by Banksy sell for tens of thousands

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Let's go live to Clacton and join our reporter Tom B`rton.

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The work we are talking abott isn't the graffiti you can see on the wall

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behind me. This has appeared in just the last couple of hours. The work

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we are talking about is by the famous street artist Banksy. It

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appeared yesterday, hopefully we can see a picture of it now. It shows

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some pigeon sitting on a telephone wire holding up banners in the

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direction of, what appears to be, a migratory swallow. The banndrs have

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racist language on them, I will talk about that in a minute. It has been

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vigorously scrub away. The paint has come off the wall in places. If you

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look along here you can just see the remnants of the aerosol spr`y that

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Banksy would have used when he was putting this on the wall. This is

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work by an artist which can sell for tens of thousands of pounds and

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which is famous for bringing tourists into an area. So what has

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happened? This building belongs to Tendring District Council and they

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have admitted that they are behind the removal of this. They s`y it is

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because of that racist langtage We got a complaint yesterday that there

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was some potentially offenshve or racist graffiti from one of our

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buildings on the seafront. Obviously we have a duty to investigate. Our

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staff came down, had a look, and agreed that it was potentially

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offensive and therefore thex came back this morning and removdd it.

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Now the council say they wotld have welcomed a Banksy back to Clacton at

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any time in the future, as long as the work you producers is

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appropriate. I'm not sure I like the stuff on the wall very much.

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Make the most of the warm wdather over the next few days becatse by

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the weekend it will feel quhte a bit cooler. At the moment we have a

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weather front approaching, but it will keep temperatures quitd mild

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overnight tonight. Moving in from the North West. It will not bring a

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great deal of rain, just allowed. Already quite tidy across mtch of

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the region. One or two light showers, though the look isolated.

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Quite cloudy with some mistx conditions as we get into the early

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hours of tomorrow morning. The risk of one or two showers appearing The

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temperatures will stay miles tonight. A light northerly wind We

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kick off tomorrow with quitd a lot of cloud. It adds of one or two

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showers, particularly through the morning. It is likely to improve for

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the day and things will turn a little brighter and we will see some

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sunshine by the afternoon. On the coast it could just be a few degrees

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lower, with a light easterlx wind. Not too bad with things brightening

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up. It risk of one or two showers. We look ahead to the end of the

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week. This is the weather front on its way to be with us by thd end of

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Friday and into Saturday. It marks the boundary between the warm air we

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have at the moment and something more often than not `` more like to

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them coming through. This w`rm air squeezes away and the cold `ir will

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flood across. `` more like often. Friday looks pretty good. There will

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be some rain on Saturday. It will be cooler and quite windy condhtions as

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well as bad weather front moves through. To Friday it starts quite

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promising with sunshine, but some high`level clouds will move in as

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bad weather front approaches. It will do any rain on Friday, but the

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sunshine turns a little hazx as you get through to the second h`lf of

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the day. The breeze picks up as well. By the end of Friday ht could

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be quite windy. We get some rain for Saturday, and it looks as though

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late warning into the middld of the day we will have a narrow b`nd of

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rain lasting for a couple of hours. Of it, warm conditions behind. It

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will turn cooler and their `` those cool temperatures remain into the

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start of next week. It will feel like fall is here.

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Families left without a pay packet at the end of the month.

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Government borrowing on a scale not seen since the war.

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Accepting defeat was never an option.

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