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Hello welcome to a special edition of Look East -

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celebrating Milton Keynes 50th birthday.

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We're at Bletchley, famed home of the World

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War Two Code Breakers, and a foundation for

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We'll trace the history and growth of MK -

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and meet the people who made it their home.

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We also ask what next for MK - with pressures for more housing,

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And find out how a thriving sporting scene has evolved -

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and why the local Ice Hockey team is hitting the big time.

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The mother of a Hertfordshire author whose body was found

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in a septic tank tells a court her

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daughter had complained of feeling spaced out before she went missing.

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You join me at the biggest birthday party Milton Keynes has ever seen.

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50 years ago today, MK was formed from a collection

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of rural villages and it's grown to a town of over

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It was a government plan to tackle a housing shortage - and it worked!

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Well, the great and the good have gathered here at

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Bletchley is one of the oldest parts of MK,

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famous for the World War II code breakers who cracked

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And tonight we'll be decifering what the future holds for MK,

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We'll hear from some of the people here in a moment.

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The first little to the beginning and speak to those who take their

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turns and made this place the home. When millions first got a glimpse of

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Milton Keynes, a boy and a bowling, a trip through the new town. An ad

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campaign to tempt more people to move your. No building should be

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higher than the tallest tree, that is what the planners first set but

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of course there would be a lot of buildings and that would not change.

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Diane Sutton moved four times in 40 years, the last to hear from the --

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ready world an exhibition was held. Kill my neighbour built by

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architect, the left-hand one for his own home on the right-hand one was

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his office. It was a new way to build. She lives in one of the first

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estate. She worked at the university based here. For how NK is a place of

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firsts. I could see Milton Keynes would be a great place to live, it

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is a place that was not scared to do things that other people have not

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done before, we have the first big shopping centre in central Milton

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Keynes. We have the first multiscreen cinema at the point.

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From a handful of houses and became the most ambitious new term project.

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Built on a grid system, roads and pathways -- Rose and pathways apart.

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But this is where the formal ground-breaking happened in January

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1967 next to the old A5, only 16 people here, businessmen Jim White

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one of them. The only reason it is here is that the main trunk road

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limitation of what was behind us. Everything behind as was basically

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feels right to Newport Pagnell. Warehouses here are now super-sized,

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more than 10,000 businesses are tastier. Among them is this

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business, small to start but its reach is global. It is a shop

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window, you have many customers coming from right to see us into

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that is quite important that we are in a dynamic working environment

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like Milton Keynes. It has been very good to us here. We employ something

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in the order of 450 people now, and 55% of output was abroad. They made

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fun of its roundabouts but today it is one of the fastest-growing towns

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in the country. The new kid on the block has grown up. Hasn't it aged

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well? Well thoughts now turn

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to the next 50 years, many of the people here tonight

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will be making decisions about how It's already one of the fastest

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growing places in the UK. And what does all that mean

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for jobs and infrastructure. Stuart Ratcliffe has been

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looking at MK's future. Milton Keynes disguised as

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Metropolis, its futuristic buildings selected to double as Clark Kent's,

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city but 30 years on from Superman's flying visit, MK has grown into its

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own mini metropolis. But in the next 50 years: that growth continue? The

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choice under discussion is there is Milton Keynes with the wonderful

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grid pattern and grid squares of development, as that keep spreading

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out or do we draw the stop in some places? And maybe have some baby

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tends her daughter attends? Which way do you think it will develop? My

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personal view is that there are certain points were Milton Keynes

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has spread far enough and we should have daughter towns. These areas are

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apparently being developed for housing but by 2036 these areas

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could also follow and many think that the key to growth is transport.

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The M1 and West Coast Main line already offer easy access to

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Birmingham and London. Travelling cross-country is less easy but that

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could be about to change. After years of delay east-west rail

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servicing will become a reality, as platforms you are Milton Keynes is

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especially designed to accommodate those services so by 2021 you will

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be able to get trains from here to Oxford and to Aylesbury and at some

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point in the future hopefully to Cambridge as well. The government

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also supports plans for a east-west road, an idea supported by many NK

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businesses but crucially the business here is a terror across not

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only continues but is accelerated. There is a challenge. All Over The

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Place Asia building of new housing but I think that our site allocated

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to housing and it is the pace of building that housing and making it

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available. Would you like to see the pace quickened? Everywhere able to

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do that more quickly it would encourage more businesses to the

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area. Across town and the very different business, where Hewitt the

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hope for MK's future is far better further and higher education. Of our

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concerns and we have noticed in recent years is the shortage of

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semiskilled labour, obviously we assemble equipment here and we need

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access to a good pool of trained people. There is a concern moving

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forward that we still have access to that. Because of its success in the

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last 50 years expectations about how NK will evolve over the next 50 are

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understandably high. The question is how and will NK deliver? The bottom

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line is MK leads to grow. But how? I'm joined by leader

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of the council Peter Marland, and the local MP for Bletchley Ian

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Stewart. We have heard you will need more

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housing, or will it go? Will the green belt be built on? You build

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up? We don't have green belt in Milton Keynes but the good thing

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about the planning is it allows local people to say where they want

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housing. Milton Keynes expected once growth, it is just about affording

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the infrastructure that comes with growth. We have always had schools

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and hospitals in GP surgeries are showing local people the benefits of

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growth is the main thing. We have heard the ideas of building new

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settlements along what will be a new real line. How important is that

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transport? We need an economy for the 21st-century advert we are

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between Oxford and Cambridge and London and Birmingham gives us a

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fantastic opportunity with knowledge intensive jobs and making sure we

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have the right skills for the jobs that are coming not now but in the

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next 10-15 years around robotics so what we need to do is make sure we

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have the right skills and knowledge base and really attract those people

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and make sure we are attracting the right sort of people, like we have

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in the past. Thank you. Ian Stewart you're one of the local MPs,

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Conservative MP, the Transport Secretary has been in the region

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today. We had a lot about rail links in the new East rest -- East West

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rail link, the funniest to develop it but the money has not been

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committed to build these things. When will that happen? Just before

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Christmas the Transport Secretary announced he was setting up a new

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company to build the east-west line in a completely new way, I see a

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commonage in government and private financing forehead. You also have to

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look at this project in the context of the Milton Keynes Cambridge

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corridor and I think that'll be one of the most exciting developments we

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have. If we planning properly this will unlock so much economic growth,

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Milton Keynes's success was based on its good planning design, and now we

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have reached the initial aspirations for modern Keynes, there was the

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time to look ahead at the decades to come and I think both the railway

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and expressway will unlock much of that development. Are you reassured

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by that, Peter? When I first came on the council I thought the delivery

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date was 20 17th express rail, I don't see the station opening any

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time since I think it is one of those things that has been around

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for at least 30 years. You speak to people who came on Bill Milton

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Keynes and they said it was one of the original ideas while I think

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there is always noises around I do think we need some proper movement

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and commitment around delivery and I hope, I just hope that this time is

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the time it will be delivered rather than promises. A brief word about

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skills. We had the prime ministers new plans for technical centres,

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could MK deal with one of those? Absolutely, if you look at the

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futures commission 's report that came out last year one of the

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central recommendations was MK IT, a technology University here in Milton

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Keynes and I think that absolutely plays in with the government's

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aspirations that they set out in the industrial strategy today. It is one

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idea. Thank you very much. Let's go to the studio for a round-up of the

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rest of the day 's news. whose body was found in a septic

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tank at her home in Royston has told a court her daughter had

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complained of feeling In the weeks before

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she went missing. Helen Bailey's mother Eileen also

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said he felt "uneasy" about her daughter's relationship

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with Ian Stewart. He denies drugging her with sleeping

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pills and murdering her. The court heard today how Helen

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Bailey had suffered from memory lapses and felt dizzy and spaced out

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in the weeks and months before her disappearance in April last year.

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The jury heard from Helen's mother Eileen Sidhu video link from the

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Berlin. He said on one occasion Helen was left traumatised after

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we've -- after realising she had left her beloved on the beach. We

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had just one week before she went missing Helen had called her mum

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sending anxious after waking from a five hour sleep in the middle of the

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day. Eileen Bailey broke down in tears after giving evidence, she

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said she also felt uneasy about Helen's relationship with Ian

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Stewart do the state of mind. A police interview with the defendant

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was played in court and we have from one of the officers involved. DC

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holiday in the set I often found him rich temperamental uncooperative and

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dismissive of us. After the first interview she said he had asked and

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I still suspect? I must be. I must be a suspect. Helen Bailey's body

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was found in a cesspit under her home in Royston after she vanished

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in April last year. The prosecution claimed that Ian Stewart said he

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fiancee with sleeping pills before killing her for her money. Ian

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Stewart denies murder, perverting the course of justice, fraud and

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preventing a waffle burial. The case will continue on Wednesday. -- and

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preventing a lawful burial. Police divers have been searching

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a lake in Northamptonshire today trying to track down

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the killer of a pensioner. David Brickwood was murdered

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in his own home in Northampton So far no one has been

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arrested for his murder, and police are yet to

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find the murder weapon. Searching the icy water at Eastfield

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Park, more than one year after 74-year-old David Brickwood was

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murdered in his own home. Police today looking for any clue to help

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track down his killer. We have never located the weather -- the weapon

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that killed David, and we do not know his address at the states we

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are looking for anything that could be a weapon that harms David or

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anything that could have come from his address. David Brickwood,

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described as an honest and caring man was asleep in his own bed when

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he was stabbed five times in what police described as a dreadful and

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violent attack. David Brickwood's home was less than one mile in that

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direction, just a few streets away from the park year. Police say the

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dead not have any specific evidence linking the area but that if you

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want to get rid of something from the property here would be the

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natural place. Despite appeals including one on the BBC's

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Crimewatch programme questions remain about exactly what happened.

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It has been some time since David's murder, why are we now further on?

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It has been a difficult investigation, at the moment we are

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trying to work through a lot of the information we had but at the moment

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we have not been able to notify any suspects. Police say they will

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continue to do they can to bring David's killer to justice.

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The union at Kettering based Weetabix

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says industrial action has been put on hold

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Workers voted in favour of industrial action in December

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Staff are to be balloted on a revised offer.

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Cambridgeshire snooker player Joe Perry hopes the experience

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Led Ronnie O'Sullivan 4-1 in yesterday's Masters final.

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But he eventually lost by ten frames to seven.

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and came so close to his greatest triumph.

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That's all from me, now back to Clare, who's in Bletchley

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as Milton Keynes Celebrates its 50th birthday.

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Welcome back to Bletchley Park, where the MK 50 party

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We are looking at the history of Milton Keynes and some futuristic

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things, there are people swinging around on hover boards and suchlike.

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Away from such frivolity we have been looking at a government plan to

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build new housing of great a new community and haven't really worked

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here, and for people who have not been to Milton Keynes, if that is

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you, what are you thinking? There are also some rather unkind

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stereotypes that have developed over the years and I have been out and

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about in the town to debunk some of those myths.

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Welcome to one of Milton Keynes's many roundabouts. It is the

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foundation of myth number one, the Milton Keynes is no more than a lot

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of traffic flows and concrete. Not from where I'm standing, as you can

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see the parks and lakes everywhere. It is a fantastic place for

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everyone. There is no one who lives more than a quarter of a mile from a

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piece of lovely good-quality Park, open space, lakes, woodlands, we

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have it all here and it really does make for a fantastic quality of

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life. There is even greenery in shopping centres, and it is here

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that you find myth number two, that it is all chain stores and chain

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restaurants, to the point that it is a bit bland with no real history, no

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real soul. Transit Milton Keynes has quite a lot of old shops, too, he

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led the museum. Here we are in the heart of Victorian Milton Keynes and

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there was an iron mongers just the. If you go down the road to Stratford

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which is one of the old coaching tends you will still find

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old-fashioned iron mongers that people from all over the region

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actually come to because you can get absolutely everything. Milton Keynes

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has its quirks and plenty of independent traders, but what about

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the people who live here? Myth number three would say they do not

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have a shared identity or passions. Not according to the editor of the

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local paper. People are passionate about it, especially those whose

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roots are here but also the community is made up of so many more

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people that have come here on the back of a job or to move here

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because it is a lovely place to live. We need to pull together and

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it does work in that sense. Finally the biggest myth of all, that this

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place is a city. It is not, Milton Keynes officially is a town. Try

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telling the locals that. We know it is a city. I've known Milton Keynes

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right from the beginning. You have everything here, shops, community

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centres, hospital, lovely hospital. More of a city because it is huge. I

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think it is a city. I think the size of it qualifies as a city but it is

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not officially one yet. I have always called it a city, I have been

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your 15 years and everyone refers to it as a city and that is good enough

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for me. If we think it is a city and we call it a city then it is a city.

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One thing that may help any future bids for city status is the thriving

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sporting scene here. There's a successful

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football team the MK Dons. It's established itself

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as the home of UK Badminton. And there's also the MK

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Lightning Ice Hockey team. Next season they are moving

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up to play in the top flight for the first time

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in the clubs history. Our Sports Editor

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Jonathan Parks reports. They say ice hockey is the world's

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fastest team sport, fill of tactics, speed and ordered dustup. Milton

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Keynes has a team to be proud of. It is Thursday night and this is MK

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lining's search training session of the week. They have big ambitions

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and they are leaving nothing to chance ahead of an important match

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with Guildford. Founded 14 years ago, the lightning player -- play at

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planet ice. Crowds have gone up but there is always for more. 1% more

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easily fill this place every Saturday. Would be nice to read and

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get that out there and people would realise it would help this club and

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put it to another level. In the locker room a local hero, the

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defence man Jacob. We have played some good hockey and put on some

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good performances. Magistrate, 2000 fans arrive for the lightning versus

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the flames in the premiership. My first game was in 2011 and I have

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been hooked since. Your football fans but he changed ice hockey.

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Absolutely, we find football boring now. Back in the locker room, the

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calm before the storm. Before the lightning strikes. The lining's

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task, keep the pressure on the league leaders and beat Guildford

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and they are on a mission excepted by Jordan Cody. They were on their

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way to another win. Things are pretty good for them on the ice at

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the moment, they are on course for what could be a historic treble.

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They are in the cup final, doing well in the league and there is the

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play-offs. They could live up to the country's top division and that

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requires a big investment. They would like to visit a predominantly

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British squad. Guildford four back by lightning were fitter, stronger

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and more clinical. It is about trying to educate people and getting

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them into the building. Once people have seen MK lining play once they

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want to come back for more. They won the match 5-2, they are not the

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best-known sports team in Milton Keynes but they are exciting to

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watch and is the know how to put on a show.

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Well of course the sport people probably think of first when it

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comes to Milton Keynes is football and the MK Dons.

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The Chairman Pete Winkleman is with me - Pete how engaged

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-- you one this weekend, did you? Thank goodness we got it right in

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time for the Bradley! With a new team how easy is it to get people I

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do? You do not have a history of old clubs. Very different in that

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respect, everyone has come from somewhere else and it is about

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making as the second favourite team to start with and maybe the kids

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their first visit but we concentrate on the kids, Milton Keynes is a

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place for families and so it is about making sure the young people

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grow up with MK Dons as the local football team and we getting slowly.

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We have heard about a shortage of space and needing more housing,

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unique MySpace rear training don't you? We do and hopefully the Bradley

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will bring some good news in the next few weeks. There are a lot of

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people making sure everyone knows that every business in Milton Keynes

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has the opportunity to grow. We are a can-do place and that is what we

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are celebrating this birthday. Absolutely. Staying with sport and

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over to downhill skiing because we have our weather tonight from the

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snow dome as it has been pretty chilly.

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You join me in the cold spot in Milton Keynes,

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actually the cold spot in the region. We are at the snow is on

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where you can do some skiing on the 170 metres slope. 1600 tonnes of

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real snow media and the temperature at the moment where my hands are as

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about -10 degrees on the ground. If you copy at the weekend -- you could

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have come here at the weekend for a warm up because it was colder than

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this at the weekend. It is fog that concerns us in the coming days,

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again like this morning we have a Met Office weather warning to start

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the day. It is running right now until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.

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This morning we start with mist and fog, you can see it on the satellite

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picture. It was slow to clear in some places, and the visibility is

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less than 100 metres. Eventually get brightness do with mist and fog

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reforming melon continues to do so as you go this evening and

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overnight. It could give us some real issues first thing in the

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morning. Visibility lesson 100 metres in some spots. Temperatures

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down as low as -2 at the perhaps in some spots minus four degrees. A

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slow start tomorrow, the Met office warning in force until 11am and then

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the fog lifts to close. The afternoon is dry and settled but

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with the mist and fog has been slow to clear the temperatures could

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struggle. Typically 4 degrees but it could be one or two. Tomorrow

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evening overnight into Wednesday we do it all again, the moment

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high-pressure is in control of the weather and for much of this week it

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means it is pretty benign but it also gives us at risk with a light

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winds, we see the mist and fog we form overnight into Wednesday. Then

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the temperatures come down again, -2 minus three. I met in the

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high-pressure, we continue with it to the end of the week but actually

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we start to see the wind picking up on Wednesday and settle into

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Thursday. Wednesday itself should be rather fine, we start with mist and

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fog but the chance of some brightness in the afternoon though

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up, top temperature of 4-6 . up, top temperature of 4-6 .

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Thursday we noticed the strengthening of the wind and

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actually that will make it feel really rather more for you but the

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one thing it does do is diminish the risk of mist and fog. Into Friday it

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is dry and settled but something milder, and that is how it looks

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into the weekend. This is the cold spot in the region, and I think it

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will continue to be so through this week but Frost and fog for the next

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couple of nights. That is almost always have time for

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but on BBC One at 7:30pm there will be a more in-depth look on the

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evolution Milton Keynes, that is an inside out on BBC One at 730 but we

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return to the party now and course there is a cake, the will cut the

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cake. Please do! Go for it! Happy birthday Milton Keynes. The

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cake is cut in the party continues. We will be live on Facebook so do

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continue the conversation there. From ours, happy birthday Milton

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Keynes, thanks for watching and good night.

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To break someone physically... Agh! ..is not a problem.

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Nectar of the gods, I'm telling you. Thank you, Colonel.

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He's definitely battling some demons.

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If they have a fear of water, God help them.

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Tom Jones, obviously. Winston Churchill.

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