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In the programme tonight: Ignoring rural businesses.

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Allegations that parts of Fenland are being overlooked

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Police describe the behaviour of Helen Bailey's fiance

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Pioneering new treatment for teenagers who self-harm finds

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And Peaky the robot takes a rocket ride into near space carrying

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messages to the world from schoolchildren

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First tonight there are claims tonight that businesses in Fenland

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are missing out on tens of thousands of pounds of support because

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the Local Enterprise Partnership is targetting more affluent

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It's an allegation supported by the local MP Stephen Barclay

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who says the partnership set up by the Government to promote

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economic growth is actually failing some rural areas.

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He says the LEP must be made more accountable and that

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A Fenland company with a multi-million pound turnover.

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These are destined to become high-tech MRI

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One to help decommissioned Sellafield, but say lack of funding

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from the Enterprise Partnership is hindering their expansion plans.

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Much of what we do here ultimately results in money in the pockets of

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our employees which goes into the local community.

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All of the local shops, services, ultimately benefit

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from the investment and the growth of this business.

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We have got a terrific opportunity to turn this

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into a very, very substantial business over the next two years.

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And we have had very little support, sadly.

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The enterprise partnership at the heart of all of this is based

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Its aim is to bring inward investment of

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Government funding to help businesses.

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It works across eight different counties with the aim of

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trying to bring in more jobs across the whole of the area.

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One of the MPs for fenland claims that

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companies and infrastructure projects are not being treated

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There is concerns in terms of major projects such as with

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Beach Rail, such as duelling the A47 which appear to be making no

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progress whatsoever, when schemes with a weaker business case

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elsewhere in the county are being request by the local enterprise

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There is a lack of transparency as to how they are

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reaching those investment decisions, why they are pushing schemes to the

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south of the county and not those in fenland.

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But the enterprise partnership like they were targeting

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the more affluent parts of the region.

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Infrastructure delivery, to whatever part of the county or

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I think that is the reality, as well.

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We understand that local people feel they need

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it and need it now, that is

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Can you understand why they feel they're

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I can understand why they feel like they

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are being forgotten, but other areas will feel the same.

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Companies here feel they will continue to expand,

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but say the rate at which they can grow and grasp opportunities is

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Our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair joins us now.

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The Government sets a lot of store by Local Enterprise

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on this. It was the last month, the made up of local business people and

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a handful of local councillors and their job is to champion local

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growth to improve their local economy. The idea that local people

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know best what the local economy means, so why don't they do the

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lobbying? The Treasury does listen very carefully to them. The greater

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Cambridgeshire MEP was very instrumental in getting the A4

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upgraded. That has been important for the county. I think what

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frustrates politicians in Fenland is that they look over the border at

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the Norfolk and Suffolk areas, and they see that there is money there

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and investment going into Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. I think

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politicians in ten Pack three worried that they are being ignored.

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Steven Barclay was complaining about the lack

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This is a complaint from across the country. Maybe from Labour all

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editions -- mainly. MEPs are becoming increasingly powerful. We

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the public can't hold them to account and we can't vote them out

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of office if we can't like them. I don't know how we get past this

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accountability issue. There is another issue why this row matters,

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Cambridgeshire is about to get devolution and critics of devolution

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were worried that this one large authority with its one men would put

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all the funding into Cambridge at the expense of the local county.

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This incident will make them a bit nervous.

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And Andrew will be joining us again later in the programme

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The fiance of the murdered children's author Helen Bailey

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was non-committal and "couldn't be bothered" when police

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tried to interview him over her disappearance,

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Ian Stewart is accused of sedating and killing Ms Bailey,

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before dumping her body in a cesspit at their home in Royston.

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Today police officers told the court that Stewart was reluctant to be

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formally interviewed, but watched their every

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move as they searched for his missing partner.

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Kate Bradbrook is at St Albans Crown Court now.

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Today we saw a police interview which was conducted with Ian Stewart

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back in April. Also today police have released audio of a phone call

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in which Ian Stuart reports is fiancee missing. We can hear extract

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from that now. How can I help? My partner has been missing since

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Monday and has not contacted anyone. Sergei was going away. Hasn't gone

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where she said she was going. We just decided we should report it.

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Yes. Has been reported already? No. And she has been missing since

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Monday? Yes. Other evidence today focused on police searches of Helen

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Bailey's home in Royston in the three months until her body was

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discovered. Helen Bailey was last seen

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on the 11th of April last year and reported missing to police

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a few days later. Officers searched

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Helen's home in Royston several times along

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with the Today, the court heard

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from one of the officers Special Sergeant

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Nicole Goodier said... She said he was very inquisitive,

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asking why we were doing things. He was watching our

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every single move. Another officer, Sergeant

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Stephen Oliphant, said at first Ian Stewart was very

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accommodating, that of other times He said he appeared

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to be in pain from his recent surgery, holding

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his hand to his side. It was the job of DC Holly Deigns

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to conduct a formal recorded She said he didn't want

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to do the interview. She said he very rarely make eye

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contact and on one occasion after a conversation

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we had with him... He said Ian Stewart only started

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to relax when officers had He agreed to be

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interviewed on the 22nd The prosecution claim Ian Stuart

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sedated his fiancee with sleeping pills before killing her

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and putting her body Ian Stewart denies murder, fraud,

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perverting the course of justice and preventing

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a lawful burial. At that police interview was played,

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Ian Stewart was deemed too weak in the dock. We also heard he told

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police that she had left a note and that they had set a wedding date for

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September 20 16. This case will continue on Monday.

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It's often a hidden problem and notoriously hard to treat.

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But teenagers who carry out self-harm are being offered

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a new form of therapy in Milton Keynes and it's showing

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It uses techniques like mindfulness to help young people

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It's expensive, but should save the NHS money in the long term.

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So, when I was about 12, I was in a psychologically-abusive

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relationship which affected me quite badly

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mentally and I started turning to self harm as a coping mechanism.

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I started showing signs that I wanted to kill myself and I was

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depressed and that I just didn't want to be alive all be here.

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Hard stories to hear, but these teenagers

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Over 3,000 referrals were made to the child and adolescent mental

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health services in the past year and this number is growing.

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But therapists here believe they have the tool

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Over the past year, Milton Keynes CAMHS has rolled out a

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new type of therapy called DBT which aims

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to help young people who

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frequently self harm, or have attempted suicide.

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The treatment programme runs for up to a year and

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works on a new way of addressing emotional crisis.

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Using therapies such as distress tolerance and

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we distress tolerance where we build skills and

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the tips skills way you do things like temperature, so you have change

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of temperature, so you can have like a really cold

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bath or shower kind of

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thing and it just brings a different sensation.

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The treatment costs between ?70,000 and ?100,000 a year.

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But the trust says it will save them money.

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I think historically, these are the kinds of people who come to

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CAMHS who end up coming to A E multiple times.

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Who end up being admitted to in-patient units for

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Who might end up being transferred to adult mental health

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So, hopefully this is going to stop some

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of those things happening and save money in the long run.

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The trust says they are committed to using DBT

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Prince William has officially announced that he is to leave his

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job The palace says that it will mean

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that he can spend more time on Royal duties. The prince as he has love

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being part of a team that saves lives everyday. He stops in the

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summer. Later, Julie has the weather

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for the rest of the weekend, First back to Stewart

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and Susie for the rest Stay with us for your

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weekend weather forecast. We have an interview

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with under-pressure And we go to an American diner

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in Essex, to find out what they think

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about President Trump. You would be forgiven for thinking

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that MPs at Westminster have got just one thing on their minds

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at the moment - Brexit - particularly after the

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events of this week. None of them know where they will be

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working in a few years' time. The Houses of Parliament

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are in desperate need of repair and officials want to move everyone

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out of the building for up to six years, while the

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work takes place. Some of our MPs are

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resigned to the idea, but others are kicking up a fuss.

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Our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair has been listening

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to both sides of the argument. Pretty much directly

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under the Central Lobby. This is the bit of the Houses

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of Parliament which the public Deep underground are corridors

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stuffed with pipework and wiring, Physically, there is not enough room

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to fit any more pipework. My guide is Andy Piper, who is

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drawing up the renovation plans. He points out the crumbling

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brickwork and some of We know what type of cables

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they are, but what we don't know is where they run,

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what they serve and what they do. This is the current

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telephone system here. That is the current

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telephone system?! That is the current telephone

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system for Westminster. MPs say it is a problem which cannot

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be ignored any longer. We are talking about

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the possibility that, at any stage, we could have part

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of the building, We know there has been

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dozens of potential The building has really not

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been properly maintained And when you get up on the roof,

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the wear and tear is clear to see. Everyone is agreed that

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extensive work is needed. The big question is,

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how do you do it? Do you move everyone away from this

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building for six years and do Or allow MPs and their staff

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to stay here, but let And that option would

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also be more expensive. The recommendation is to

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move out altogether. The safest option,

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as well as the cheapest option, is to get out of it and let

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the workers get on with it. Then, we will have,

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I think, the best result. At this time of Brexit,

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I think it is crucial we make best use of this iconic building,

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the Houses of Parliament. The alternative will be,

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at a time when we are trying to make international friends and secure

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favourable trade agreements, are we going to be operating

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from the courtyard of the Department of Health?

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What message does that send? The MP has become the unofficial

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leader of the campaign A decision is needed soon,

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because this work will not wait. And Shailesh Vara will be one

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of the guests this week So, too, will Julian Huppert,

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from the Liberal Democrats. We will be talking about

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the problems facing Parliament and the latest funding

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crisis to hit students. That is on Sunday

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at 11am on BBC One. As you may have seen,

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Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th President

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of the United States. Almost one million people

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thronged Washington for Of course, the event

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was followed across the world and it was the big talking point at

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the Bungalow Diner in Colchester - a little corner of America in Essex.

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Dawn Gerber was there. It is a slice of America,

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but in the county of Essex. And it has got everything you would

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want from an American diner. People come from far

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and wide to visit, because they obviously like to

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taste our American food. A good old-fashioned jukebox

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and a range of classic burgers, And my breakfast favourite,

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pancakes with maple syrup. Pancakes aside, today

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is all about the man who is going to be in charge of the USA

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for the next four years. American businessman

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Donald Trump is the 45th He is a man that controversy seems

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to follow and one who uses Twitter, instead of press conferences,

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to speak to the public. Today at the Capitol Building

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in Washington, he took the Oath of Office, where he promised

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to protect America and its people and to be a good leader,

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which his fans embrace. But that is something that

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some of the US ex-pats I don't think he's going

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to protect our daily lives, things like the cost

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of healthcare, the cost of food. They are stocking the

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government with people I think the idea of protecting the

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American people is the one thing that he is committed to doing. He

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will do it through the enhancement of national security and through

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putting a lot of money into the defence sector. We all need to be

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watching him. As global citizens and Americans. The president says he

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wants to make America great again, create more jobs and be tough on

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terrorism and immigration. As the billionaire takes office, supporters

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will mark today is a great day. Those against them, they are more

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likely to be anxiously watching his every move over the next four years.

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Yes, and after a wretched week for Ipswich, Town boss Mick McCarthy

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said he is in no mood to quit. Here is Tom.

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He remains focused on tomorrow's trip to Huddersfield.

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Mick McCarthy told me he has no intention of walking away.

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He has been in charge at Ipswich for more than four years.

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He saved them from relegation. Nearly took them up.

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But this week, Town were knocked out of the Cup.

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Humiliated by non-league Lincoln, live on television,

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leading to some fans urging him to quit.

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It was an awful result, it was an awful performance,

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and all the things people said about it.

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Embarrassing, humiliating, yeah, it is.

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But I think we should give Lincoln credit,

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I thought they were excellent in both games and deserved to win it.

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I have been the giantslayer before and it's great

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You bask in the glory and everyone is patting you on the back.

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And, of course, whether we are giants or not, I guess we are,

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in terms of the comparison, then, it's horrible.

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It's dreadful. Yesterday was awful.

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But do you know what, there's nothing I can do about that now.

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The last three league performances have been good.

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The last result was good, so that's what we want to get back to.

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Sad as it may be, as humbling as it may be, and humiliating as it might

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We've got to go to Huddersfield and gather our feathers

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No doubt you have felt the brunt of fans' wrath on many occasions.

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I've also felt the glory on a number of occasions, as well.

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I've probably had more of that since being here

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Pats on the back. It's been good.

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This season has been different. Does it bother me?

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I prefer to have nice things said about me and not to have people

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giving me stick and the team stick, but you know, they come to watch

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us win, they want to watch us play well.

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And we didn't do that, so I accept it.

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Would you ever walk away from Ipswich, Mick?

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No, I've no intentions of doing that.

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I don't know if I can be any more determined.

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If I could, that suggests that I'm not being as determined

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It's as far away from the truth as can be.

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No, I remain as focused and as determined to be a success here.

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As you said, a hugely-encouraging display in the league last week.

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Huddersfield away. That's a tough one, though.

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Of course it is. And so is Preston and so is Derby

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when they come here. We've not had an easy one yet.

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Mick McCarthy is the longest-serving manager in the Championship.

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Appointed in November 2012. Simon Grayson at Preston is second.

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Then, former Norwich boss, Chris Hughton.

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Fourth on the list is the current Norwich manager Alex Neil,

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whose under-pressure side play Wolves tomorrow,

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who are now managed by another former City boss, Paul Lambert.

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Everyone connected with Norwich is wanting Norwich to win the game,

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so the best opportunity and the best chance for us to win the game

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is if the fans support the players and, hopefully, be very vocal

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in getting behind them. But I fully appreciate

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and understand that we have to give them a performance to shout about.

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At Northampton, it is Justin Edinburgh's

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Tomorrow, that will mean a short trip down the M1 to play MK Dons.

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The new Cobblers' manager has been promised money to spend

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and has already made his first signing,

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with Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson arriving on loan.

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We are going to play off the front foot.

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My teams have always been set up to do that.

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And that is what this team will be set up to do.

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So, we have got to raise the morale, the confidence,

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but I saw very good signs this morning in training.

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And as we are in the football transfer window, how about this?

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Manchester City have forked out a staggering ?175,000, to buy

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Southend's 13-year-old defender, Finley Burns.

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Apparently, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal were all interested.

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He had been playing for the under-16s.

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Southend have said it is a huge compliment for their academy.

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Rugby union now and England head coach Eddie Jones has named

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four Northampton players in his Six Nations squad.

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Courtney Lawes, Teimana Harrison, Dylan Hartley and Tom Wood

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Next week, Jones will confirm whether Hartley will lead the side.

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His team mates certainly think he should continue as captain.

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He is working as hard as I have ever seen him work

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He can only hope that Eddie gives him another shot

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at skipping the side. I think he deserves it.

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He has been fantastic for us in the last 12 months.

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And European action for Northampton tonight at Montpellier.

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Saints are bottom of the group and cannot qualify.

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In the British Irish Cup tomorrow, Bedford's final group game

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Finally, Huntingdon's Olympic gymnast Dan Keatings has

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announced his retirement, at the of 27.

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A former European Champion, Dan also won Commonwealth gold in Glasgow.

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He says he has many great memories, "but now needs to kick back,

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"drink some beers and spend time with the wife!"

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Well done to Mick McCarthy for giving us that interview.

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Most people will remember K-9 in Doctor Who or maybe

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has become the latest robot in space.

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It was helped on its way by 800 school children

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and is programmed to speak messages from children across the world.

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It was launched in Royston this morning.

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Named Peakey, after astronaut Tim Peake,

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this small blue robot is about to boldly go into near space.

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His mission - to teach children all about space

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There is a lot of excitement around robotics, interest

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in robotics and a lot of talk about a robotic revolution.

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This is really all about enabling children to explore

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the difficulties of getting robots to do real-world jobs.

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Over 800 children from around the globe entered a competition

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to come up with messages for Peaky to relay back down to Earth.

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12 have been selected and, as soon as the robot

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reaches 20,000 metres, he should spring into action.

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This is a tracker, so this senses height.

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The GPS device there. Height and location.

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But with the launch imminent, I'm not sure Peaky is convinced.

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However, now is not the time for seconds thoughts.

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Yes, cos if it is afraid of heights, it might be really scared!

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You do not get to see that sort of thing every day and it was just

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a very good opportunity for us to have that opportunity.

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Back at mission control, there were concerns that Peaky might

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be making a splash landing in the sea.

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The other robot left behind just glad it wasn't him!

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I wanted to go myself, but did not make it through robot

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astronaut training. The truth is, heights make me dizzy.

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The good news is that Peaky landed safely on land in Lincolnshire,

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allowing a giant leap in understanding for his fans here.

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Now, we can catch up on the weather forecast

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Lastly, it was fairly cold. Many places below freezing. A beautiful

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winter day today. Thank you very much for this wonderful photograph.

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This was a beautiful sunset near Great Yarmouth a little while ago.

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Norfolk did see some sunshine today. Some areas of cloud the South

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Dublin. Moreover the feeding during the next few hours. But overnight,

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clear sky and that could mean along a sharp frost. Again, temperatures

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could drop down to minus 5-6 C. High pressure in charge tomorrow, but it

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shifts position slightly, so it means we could have a bit more in

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the way of cloud. The frost will eventually disappear and that will

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be helped by the increase in cloud expected from the North Sea. For

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most of us, a dry day and the further south you are, the more

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likely you are to enjoy some sunshine. Temperatures tomorrow,

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like today, a rise of around 5-6 C. Moderate wind. We finished the be

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fine and dry. Sunday, high-pressure steam in charge. Most and fog to

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clear first thing, but I better chance of all those getting some

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sunshine during the day. For the start of the working week, much the

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same pattern, but mist and fog could linger in many products. It could

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actually Steve Withers wrote the day in some parts. Thank you very much.

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