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In the programme tonight, life after the front line.

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Are businesses doing enough to help former servicemen

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The service person leaving the forces wants another career.

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They could have that person for many years to come,

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They just need to give them a chance.

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One of our train operators sells a 40% stake to a Japanese

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investor, but what does it mean for passengers?

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A crack in the ice closes a research station in Antarctica.

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We talk to the Cambridge team that runs the centre.

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And a satellite from Stevenage blasting into space to help

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First tonight, are businesses doing enough to support servicemen

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The BBC has discovered that just 58 companies in our region have signed

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up to the Armed Forces Covenant, a government promise to look

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after servicemen after they have served their queen and country.

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In our region, Hertfordshire has the most companies,

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but there are only six in Milton Keynes, and just

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Emma Baugh has been to meet some of those trying

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Para-ice hockey in Peterborough with Stuart, who lost a leg

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Now he's trying to help others make the transition from

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It's not easy, even for an able-bodied person.

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You lose a whole network of support, once you leave the forces.

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And you're suddenly left with nothing.

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And that's exactly what happened to Daniel Johnson Morris,

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who felt let down when he left the Army three years ago,

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with mental health problems, no job, and no home.

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I went into one of the hospitals in Peterborough.

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I was literally in one room, on my own, two single

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And I was just keeping myself to myself.

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The only time I went out was to go and see my two boys.

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Here in Peterborough, they're trying to get more companies

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to take on ex-service people, and they can get support

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from the government, if they sign the Armed Forces Covenant.

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But, for now, out of 3,000 companies in the city,

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At this drop-in session, they're trying to link

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But with so few signing the covenant, it's hard.

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I'm disappointed on the fact that a lot of companies

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They are looking at an array of different backgrounds,

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different trades, different skills that all three services

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The service person that's leaving the forces wants another career.

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They could have that person for many years to come,

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They just need to give them the chance.

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But one of the companies which have signed up is Anglian Water,

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who found how employing ex-servicemen and women has

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In the last three months alone, we've had nine employees

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that we've hired with service backgrounds.

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And we find that they're just amazing people.

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They've got brilliant skill sets that are really transferable

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They have health and safety, they have supply chain,

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and they have engineering and practical requirements

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So, that's absolutely brilliant for us, too.

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It's all about getting them more integrated into civilian life.

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Because, as any ex-forces person will tell you,

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forces life is completely different to civilian life.

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It's hoped that by giving people a chance, it might mean the nation

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lives up to its promise of looking after those who served

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So, how applicable are skills gained in the military to civilian life?

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Earlier, I spoke to the head of a company that specialises

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in placing former services personnel into jobs.

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Here's what Adam Bonner had to say about transferable skills.

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The key thing with service personnel is personal attributes.

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It's the attributes they develop during their service careers.

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So, when you think about things like leadership,

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conflict resolution, and motivating teams,

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and dealing with difficult and sometimes hostile situations,

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those sorts of attributes can be very well placed in the workplace,

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in dealing with team issues and conflict within teams.

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And, often, it's one of the key things that is

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I suppose we hear quite a lot, don't we, about conditions

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like post-traumatic stress disorder, and we see the physical evidence

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of war in some people leaving the services.

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I suppose some companies might worry they can't support those people.

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They might shy away from giving them a chance.

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I think, quite often within the media, the area

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of the services and the area of service leavers that gets

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the primary focus are those that are either disadvantaged

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or currently undergoing some form of treatment for either physical

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It forgets about the larger proportion of service leavers

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who are coming out who are highly qualified, highly mobile and able

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and ready to get into the workplace, who have immediately

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It's not just down to businesses, though, is it?

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What's the military doing to prepare people for life outside?

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So, the Careers Transition Partnership are an organisation that

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are funded by the MoD to support service leavers as they transfer

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But, of course, it is not the quickest process in the world.

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It is not as proactive as it could be.

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And there are organisations, like ourselves, that understand,

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as business owners, what an SME, what a commercial organisation

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needs to have, and why they need to have it.

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And, so, we can work with them to proactively engage with the right

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people and put them in place to ensure the value

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is added to the employer as quickly as possible.

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And if you run a business and want more information

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about the Armed Services Covenant you can find more details

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on the website, the details are on the screen now.

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Next tonight, it's been announced that a Japanese investor is to take

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a 40% stake in train operator Abellio.

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They run trains from Kings Lynn, Cambridge and Stansted

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to London Liverpool Street, as well as between Peterborough,

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The operator says the partnership with Mitsui will lead

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to "significant improvements" for passengers, but

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Worth ?1.4 billion, it's been just three months since the Dutch firm

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Abellio began the nine-year franchise that promise to transform

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Rob transport across the region for passengers. To deliver its pledge,

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it sold 40% of the franchise to the Japanese company Mitsui, a fair deal

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for stakeholders and customers, says one rail expert. All these companies

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who have come in for the medium and long-term franchises bringing money

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with them. Naturally, they expect a return on it and we're told it

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averages about 6%, no more than that. That isn't big-money buy any

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commercial standards. So nobody is being ripped off, so to speak. Every

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day, the service carries 250,000 passengers from London Liverpool

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Street to Cambridge, Norwich, Peterborough, and Ipswich. In a

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multi-million pound investment, the rail operator says it will replace

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more than 1,000 carriages with more seats and faster services by 2020

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and ?60 million will be spent on improving stations, including

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Cambridge. The investment could cut average journey times by 10%. Unions

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say it simply shows that a chunk of Britain's rail network is up for

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grabs. It makes a mockery of the tendering process. Tendering process

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is quite tough, if they satisfy safety, customer satisfaction, and

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reliability. And we have this company, come in out of the blue,

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never been in the process and they are buying up 40% of the company.

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Who will we have next? Sports Direct getting involved? Japan introduced

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the world famous bullet train but it is unlikely those sorts of speeds

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will be seen in this country any time soon.

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As you may have seen on the national news,

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Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain cannot remain

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So, where does that leave businesses here who export to the EU?

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Peter Cooke has been to a government event promoting exports

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at Silverstone today to gauge the mood.

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In uncertain times, an opportunity to support the UK economy

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by exploring new ways to expand businesses.

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The Export Hub is a Department for International Trade initiative

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It offers advice and support for companies about access

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But how much should today's Brexit announcement about leaving

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the European single market concern them?

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We still want to export goods worldwide.

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And we will have to cope with whatever changes are ahead of us.

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And our mantra, our objective, is to make sure our businesses

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are prepared for whatever changes are ahead of us to cope

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and adapt, and to win in the international markets.

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Silverstone Park provides space and other facilities for businesses.

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And here there's some confidence moving forward.

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When people talk abouts things like Brexit, and uncertainty,

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actually, I think uncertainty's the new norm.

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And that's been the message on the platform at events

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like the Auto Sports Show, and with the export event

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here today, companies will need to get used to uncertainty

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and still forge on and focus on their high-tech activity,

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and what they have to offer as very exciting R cutting-edge

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One local company, which exports up to 70% of its products,

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Bear in mind the needs of businesss in the UK to be able to export

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things like administration and, you know, keeping up with rules

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and regulations, tariffs, those sorts of things will be

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what determines whether we can successfully transition

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into the new status quo that we have in the future.

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Two of the Prime Minister's priorities include tariff-free trade

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But how many concessions she gets for these during the Brexit

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Cambridgeshire Police are investigating a multiple

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They say at least three people are in hospital with serious but not

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life threatening injuries and four people have been arrested.

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It happened in the Wentworth Street area of Peterborough at around

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A British research station based on a floating ice shelf

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in Antarctica is to close for winter amid safety concerns.

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The Halley centre, run by Cambridge based British Antarctic Survey,

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is to close until November as a "precautionary measure" due

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to changes in the ice as Louise Hubball explains.

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For decades, there has been a research station

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here on the floating Brunt ice shelf to study the impact

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Always an inhospitable landscape, a huge ice crack meant the Halley

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But now the appearance of this second crack means it's too

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unpredictable for scientists to stay beyond the end of next month.

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We've been wintering there since the 1950s,

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so it's a very unusual decision for us to take the people out over

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So, to make sure our people are safe when it's dark,

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when we can't get an aircraft in very easily to pick them up,

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Currently, 88 people work here but many scientists

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The research in this aquarium furthers our

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This sun star grows much more slowly and to a much

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larger size than normal because of the cold temperatures.

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And with the Antarctic winter starting in March,

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these creatures have to survive longer periods

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Researchers are studying seaweed collected from the area

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and monitoring the animals which use it to hitch a lift

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With climate change, and things, the conditions

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further south changing, a lot of people are worried

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about animals from the north coming down into the Antarctic.

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But you have to have a way of getting there, especially

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if you've got hundreds and hundreds of miles of very deep sea

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This kelp offers a mode of transport for those

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It's hoped scientists will be back on the Halley research

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station after November to further our understanding

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of the future of the world from one of the most remote

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The next phase of development at a Milton Keynes shopping centre

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The grade II listed Centre:MK will get new customer facilities,

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and a multistorey car park for over 1,000 vehicles.

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The redevelopment coincides with the towns 50th

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More on our top story at 10:30pm, but now let's join Stewart and Susie

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inevitably will mean a lot of countryside. -- a loss of

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countryside. You're watching Look East

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with Stewart and me. Stay with us for the story behind

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the Royal Mail's new stamps. We're looking ahead to Lincoln

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against Ipswich in the FA Cup. And how a satellite from this region

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will be helping to improve Time is running out for people

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who want to have their say over plans for a new nuclear power

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station in Suffolk. French energy giant EDF wants

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to build a new type of reactor Sizewell C would be the biggest

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civil engineering project ever It would take up

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to ten years to build The second round of

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public consultation ends Our environment reporter

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Richard Daniel has been looking A world-renowned nature reserve that

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sits cheek by jowl to Sizewell. The project of the massive construction

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site nearby is causing concern. From that, potential

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to disturbed birds in the non-breeding season,

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in the winter, but also in their breeding territories

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if there is too much noise, impact on the water levels,

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that could potentially affect their EDF say they are carrying out

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surveys, but will not release detailed information until the final

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stages. The building was a huge project, but with its twin reactors,

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the building of Sizewell C would be on a completely different scale.

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This is the existing site. It was objectively double its size. Added

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to that, construction elements. There is an accommodation campus for

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2400 workers. This is where part of the campus accommodation as EDF is

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proposing is likely to be. Our position all along has been in order

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for the region to benefit truly and for the local community's impact to

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be reduced, it would be much more effective to split the campus

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accommodation into more urban settings. Right next to the site

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lies side well marshes. It is described as irreplaceable. A lot of

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it would be loss of the road was built. A lot of that is of a

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significant concern. We would also begin certain about the wider

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platform build. The rating ground water through the more. We have our

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moral and ethical right to minimise disruption and we accept there will

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be disruption. There is a lot of benefits to be brought by this

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project images up to us to get the balance in terms of minimising it

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but also getting the benefits. Conservationists say that at this

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stage they don't have sufficient information to get an understanding

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of what the impact will be. It is clear now that there is plenty at

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stake. A flint mine in Norfolk which dates

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back 5,000 years is being featured in a new set of postage stamps

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from the Royal Mail. In its heyday, Grime's Graves

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was of national significance. The prehistoric site

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near Thetford has been preserved It's one of several images

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of Ancient Britain to be It looks like a lunar landscape,

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the grass covered craters are what remain of more than 350 mineshafts

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excavated between 3000 and 2000 BC. Miners used antlers

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for picks in the hunt Miners used antlers for picks

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in the hunt for rich seams of flint The miners at Grimes Graves

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at this historic site now Despite the name, there

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are no bodies buried here. This is the only Neolithic

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flint mine in Britain that opens to visitors and for school

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parties, it's the perfect history At Glade Primary in

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Knappers Way Brandon, and their teacher who took

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a school trip to the site. They visit filmed by

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English Heritage including a I had lots of people

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who were there and my friends were encouraging me to go

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down there and not be scared, but I Once you go down, you see

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all these kind of flint rocks When I go down there,

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it was like my room They thought that Flint was really

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special and they could make weapons The ancient house

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Museum in Thetford has original artefacts from Grimes

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Graves including this large slab of dark, glossy Flint

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and this replica acts. It's beautiful natural science

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as well as being of very great And you can go down the shafts,

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the mineshafts, following in the footsteps of the Neolithic miners

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and you can get a real sense of what A very atmospheric,

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evocative and wonderful site. Grime's Graves comes

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out of the shadows tonight is one of eight ancient

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Britain's stamps available from Amazing pictures and the kids were

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so enthusiastic. Next, how our region is helping

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to improve the accuracy Yes, a satellite made in Stevenage

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will be the first to measure wind The Aeolus satellite

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is about to head for France for testing before being

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launched into orbit. In Greek mythology, Aeolus

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was the keeper of the winds. Now, it's the world's

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first ever satellite designed to study the Earth's wind

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patterns from space. It's going to collect more data

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in one week than we have It's been built in a clean room

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at Airbus to keep its glaze is It shines it through the atmosphere

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and a telescope picked up the reflections of that

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signal from the dust particles and the aerosols

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in From this, we concede

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the wind speed throughout At the minute we don't measure

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of the wind in this way, we just use weather balloons that pop up

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in individual points and radio songs There are huge parts

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of the planet where we actually This will make it

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much more accurate. It means that there

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will be actual data rather than estimated data and that

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should feed into more accurate Aeolus works by firing

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a laser into the atmosphere It's reflected back

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by molecules and clouds, that at a subtly different frequency

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in what is called the It is the difference between these

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two signals that gives This satellite which weighs

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about the same as a Mini is going to be travelling

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around the Earth at 27,000 When in its three-year

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life span it will orbit There is all sorts of

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fundamental building blocks to making a weather forecast,

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but none really more important than But the wind is a really

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complicated thing. It varies very dramatically

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as you go up through What we can do with the satellite

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is just get a much broader image and we needed know

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what the winds are doing right now to be able to predict

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the weather in the future. The data that Aeolus sends

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back could lead to a breakthrough in our understanding

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of the Earth's climate. The big football match

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on the TV tonight is the FA Cup Third Round replay

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between Lincoln City It's on Match of the Day

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at eight o'clock. The studio line-up tonight includes

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Ipswich legend Terry Butcher. How I do Terry? This could be a

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banana skin, couldn't it? It could well be. Mick McCarthy's team have

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not won two games in succession this season they would have to win to

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play Brighton in the next round of the cup. As was in the first game,

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Lincoln are a very good side frame National League team. A good number

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of Ipswich Town fancier. They are buoyant, they have not lost at home,

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they are a really good run. How important is to knight in far as

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Mick McCarthy is concerned? Ipswich has gone out in the third round of

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the cup over the last seven years, so it would be no shock if they do

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go out, but it would be an absolute shocker they do go out to National

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League opposition. The budget is around half a million mark whereas

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Ipswich is considerably higher. They have got ambitions themselves. When

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you look at the weight of the teams you look at the weight of the teams

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have played, there was no difference between the sides. Lincoln was the

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better team. I expect them to come out fighting because they know and a

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lot of the players know that Mick McCarthy and their job is might be

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on the line if they go out. With a very different state of affairs when

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you were there and things were going so well. Yes, is so long ago.

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Remember playing against Bradford and we drew a home to them and they

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were in the bottom division then we went up to another team and we had

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to battle hard to win the replay. It was a will have two battle very hard

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to win the replay today. If Tom Lawrence can get on the ball, do

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against Lincoln and two against the other team, then it will be very

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tough. A very old-fashioned cup ties just like the old days. Does it

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matter to the club whether they stay in the cup? Should they beat

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concentrating on the league? Any win is a great win for Ipswich Town's

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point of view. The win against Blackburn was great for three

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points. A win tonight will take them through. A win is a win and when you

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are Ipswich's position, any kind of win is a moral boost and a huge

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boost to the club. They will be looking to just make progress and

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win a football match. It all breeds confidence. Ipswich has some really

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hard matches coming up, but we every team in the top nine. If they get

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through this, they have to play Brighton as well who are playing

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very well. This is going to be as tough as a championship match, if

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not tougher. What will be the final school? I think you will go to extra

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time. So, it could be 1-1, it could be won - whatever. I've got my

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fingers crossed for Ipswich. Brilliant.

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Amazing how a bit of January start to Lee Mack Sunshine lift the

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spirits. Here are some is on the water. A reflection of sunshine and

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blue sky. Plenty of sunshine in Frinton on Sea. If this does not

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help you feel a bit better, hopefully this little chap wealth

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soaking up the winter sunshine. This was the Norfolk coast. What a

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fantastic photograph. Today we have had high pressure. That has kept is

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largely fine. This weather front has been away to the north-west. The

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closer you word that front, the more cloud you saw. Over the last few

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hours, this cloud has cleared away for a time being. Under these clear

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skies, we've already got loads of minus 12 minus two. Overnight

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tonight, a fairly widespread frost. -- minus one or minus two. Thicker

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cloud coming down from the west. A big question mark about how quickly

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this cloud will spread in. It may produce a bit of drizzle, but most

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will be staying dry. Once the cloud arrives, we will see the temperature

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is rising again. By the end of the is rising again. By the end of the

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night, we could be a degree or so above freezing again. We will hold

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onto light winds. Tomorrow, high pressure in charge. That front sits

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to the north of us. The Linux sits west to east. It doesn't look like

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that will generate more cloud and push it down further south. For many

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of us, it will be a cloudy day compared to today. It will thin and

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break at times. This out these in corner, we are expecting the best of

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the brightness. Temperatures at best, well, I think about three and

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five Celsius. We will hold onto light winds. The largely dry

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conditions will continue into tomorrow evening. Thicker cloud will

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produce a bit of patchy rain and drizzle here and there. That is

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Wednesday. Some of this seeing more sunshine than others, but generally

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more cloud around. Thursday and Friday, question marks over how much

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cloud will be there. Pressure keeping it largely fine and dry.

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Both days will be largely cloudy. Best chance of any sunshine in the

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south. Debra disclosed to average. We may lose the frost overnight. We

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may see the return of frost on Saturday night for some of us under

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clear skies. Thank you very much. That is all from us. Having evening.

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Goodbye. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability... The Constitution

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of the United States...

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