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Hello. Welcome to the programme tonight.

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15 years on, the first residents move in to

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Northstowe in Cambridgeshire, so will housing play

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It's very tough, saving for a deposit is the hardest thing about

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it. Seconds after this photo her balloon

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hit electric wires, now Rebecca meets the medic

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who saved her life. I Joshua Roddy electricity going

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through my body and thinking that I'm just going to die. It was just

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A new junction for the M1, what difference will it make

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And we get a preview of what to expect with the sights

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First tonight, more than 15 years after plans

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originally went on display, the first residents

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are moving into Northstowe - the new township being build

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When it's finished, it will have ten thousand homes and was a big

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factor in the construction of the guided bus-way.

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Plans for dealing with the housing crisis are set to play a significant

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part in the general election and we'll look at the scale

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But first Anna Todd has been to meet one of the new householders

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This is Sebastien's new house in the new town of Northstowe.

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He couldn't afford Cambridge or anywhere nearby,

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When we came here for the first time, it was just a flat

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piece of land with a few machines digging holes in the ground.

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Then after five months, they built a home.

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We came here few times and we could see the house rise from there.

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Today marked the launch of the very first homes on the old

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Plans for the new settlement were first mooted back in 1998.

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Of course, there have been some tricky moments,

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The economy has not been as friendly as it might have

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been and we had the A14 in and out of the programme.

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All these things have been sent to try us, but

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those of us who have been in it for the duration, we've held onto

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the dream and the reality is all around us.

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Hunting through the BBC archives, it was

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back in the summer of 2003 that the name Northstowe was agreed.

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Back then, the plan was to have 6000 homes built by 2016.

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As you can see, it's only now that the first

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Were the developers waiting for land prices

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We've always tried to proceed with the development of

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Northstowe and the sale of land as quickly as we possibly can.

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It's in no-one's interest to hold onto

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the land and to keep those costs of servicing that land.

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It's in no-one's interest to do that at all.

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Of the 10,000 homes, 40% will be affordable.

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With many people priced out of nearby towns,

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We have been really surprised that most of it has come

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These are really houses for local people.

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The fact that the bus-way already exists

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and you can get straight into the centre of town

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and to Cambridge North Station as well.

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That has been a key factor for people's accessibility.

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But also the way out for facilities Northstowe will offer.

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Sebastien knows we will be living with the builders for

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decades to come, but this afternoon, a collective sigh of relief.

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Northstowe is finally a real place to live.

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So, what are the challenges for the housing market

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Our political reporter Mousumi Bakshi has been

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Well, it's no surprise that the houseprice slowdown in some

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areas of the region has had little impact on the housing market.

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Last year, across the East, more than 21,000

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so there was a still a shortfall of around 8500 homes.

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The lack of available land to build on.

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One of my asks from the next Government would be to help with the

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land availability and they can do that in a number of ways.

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Firstly, by actually creating some flexibility

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So, there are sometimes some regeneration sites that need

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cleaning up before they can be built on.

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Sometimes land needs to be assembled in a way that makes a site

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Then there needs to be some investment in infrastructure.

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So how has a lack of supply affected house prices?

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Well over the past year, prices have gone up by 3%

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in Cambridge, 17% in Bedford and 19% in Milton Keynes.

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The highest change was seen in Luton where average house prices have

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Tough conditions for first time buyers.

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My budget, I'm looking at somewhere between ?200,000 to ?258,000.

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I don't really want to go that high, so maybe ?230,000

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Saving for a deposit is the hardest thing about it and then going

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Because they ask you every question and it is very difficult to justify

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To what you're spending, and things like that.

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So with house prices still going up, what about so-called

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Well, according to the Hundred Houses Society in Cambridge,

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220,000 low-cost homes need to be built every year in England.

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But last year, 40,000 were built which suggests

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political parties will have to make ambitious election pledges

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And if there's a burning issue for you in this election,

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Get in touch by phone, by email and tweet us

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A teenager has been found guilty of stabbing a police dog and his

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PC Dave Wardell and his German shepherd Finn

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were attacked on duty in Stevenage in October.

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Both have since made a full recovery.

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A 16-year-old boy from London, who can't be named for legal

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reasons, was found guilty of actual bodily harm and criminal damage.

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A woman who suffered horrific injuries when the hot air

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balloon she was in crashed in Northamptonshire

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has had an emotional reunion with the paramedic

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The balloon hit power lines and burst into flames.

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Today, Rebecca Fry spoke publicly for the first

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time about the accident, to the BBC's Louise Hubball.

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Captured on camera, the moment a hot air balloon hit power lines

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Burst into flames and crashed to the ground.

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Just moments before, she had taken this selfie.

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After the balloon hit the electric cables, she

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Severe burns to her face and legs,

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I just remember the electricity only through my body and

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thinking that I was just going to die.

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It had all my muscles tense and it made me clench my teeth, so I

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was screaming through a clenched jaw.

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I just remember holding on, just hoping it was just going to go

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The last time I saw you, you were wrapped up and we were

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Today, she was reunited with the doctor who saved her.

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Rupert Hurrie is an A doctor but also volunteers with MagPass,

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the air ambulance service called to the emergency.

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At the crash scene, he rapidly had to assess.

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Three, potential electrocution as well.

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Yeah, it doesn't take a medical person to consider what

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What has it been like seeing Becky today?

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I'm just really happy, because I don't often get

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to see my patients once I've treated them, but she looks

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I'm glad to see here, walking, talking,

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after the accident which helped her focus during her recovery.

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I have a really strong memory of Brett

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sitting next to my bed, rubbing cream on my hand while I had my eyes

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closed, trying to get through the pain.

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He said, "Come on, you need to get this hand healed so you can

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When I recovered, I was like, "Come on, then, Brett.

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Rebecca still thinks about the accident every day.

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Her wedding planned for next autumn, so

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the sun won't be too strong on her burns on honeymoon.

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And thankful to the doctor who made that possible.

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Louise Hubball, BBC Look East, Cambridge.

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Well, cold callers all the bane of a lot of people's lives.

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A marketing company - based in Dunstable -

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which made nearly 100 million nuisance calls has been fined

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a record ?400,000 by the Information

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Keurboom Communications made automated calls

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to people encouraging them to make insurance claims.

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The call, the click on your line and then the recorded

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Today, Keurboom Communications was fined ?400,000

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1000 people complained. One said... Knees called the shops mineworker,

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cause necessary, unnecessary anxiety and make me very angry. One said it

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was a stalking complaint and they were harassed by their ex-partner

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right calls and text messages, so unsolicited calls cause anxiety.

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They said companies can only call with permission. Keurboom

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Communications did not want maybe Colvin LA. It has now gone bust and

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a not pay the fine. It seems the action on cold callers would be a

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popular move. It is rude to call people are in the middle of the day

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when they are in the middle of something and persist to keep on

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your phone. I find rude. I would never do it to someone else. It's

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not OK. As soon as I put it down, say no, take me off, I want to be

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all, they will phone back. The industry itself welcomes tighter

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regulation. Jimenez, it may have well be in a bad place and people do

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not trust calls. -- at the moment. If we can get rid of nuisance calls,

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it would re-establish itself for sure. But something finds are not

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enough and only leave their democratic present company bosses

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built with the stock to nuisance calls. -- the threat of prison to

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the company bosses will put a stop to it.

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So how can people protect themselves against cold callers like Keurboom?

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Andy Curry from the Information Commissioner's Office

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First of all, by being careful about where you give your information

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about. I know it is a chore but check the small print. APC able that

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says, are you happy for us to share information with unnamed third

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party? Do not take that. Complain. That is how we can take the action

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we have taken to day. -- do not tick it. Some people use coal blockers.

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Find them very effective as dot-mac. -- call blockers. It is complex to

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find solutions. But in the case of Keurboom Communications, people were

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doing all of these but still getting calls. The director was sourcing

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information from all sorts of places, including people who had

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ticked those boxes. He operated in a very indiscriminate way. Keurboom I

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understand has gone bust so well you get the fine? We don't take these

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likely. When we issue a fine, we expected to be paid. Liquidation

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should not make any change there. We will pursue it really caught, look

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into specialist recovery agents. We expected to be paid. Can you pursue

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the bosses at the moment? Now. The element is proposing... The Alaska

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governor proposed to change the law to extend our powers to fine

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directors up to ?500,000 each. That is got cross-party support. -- alas

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Government. Would you like to see more regulation? There is a proposal

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in the now digital economy act. That is to make a code of practice on a

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statutory basis that all direct marketing companies will do follow.

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That is what we will take forward next year. Are other companies doing

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the same kind of thing as Keurboom? If so, how do you catch them? This

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case was the worst one we have ever seen. We do have other

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investigations into other companies, not just ones that have done the

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wrong thing and not paid much attention, but real rogue operators.

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We are taking those forward. You can expect to see more finds from the

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ICO in the future. -- more fines. You're watching Look

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East from the BBC. Coming up: Alex is looking

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ahead at the weather All the colour of the carnival -

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we get a preview of Luton's biggest But before all that and as you may

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have seen on the national news... The big election story of the day

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has been the leaking We've already heard about its plans

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to scrap tuition fees and But it also talks about doing more

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to help the regions - especially when it comes

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to communications Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair reports. This is only a leak, the plans may

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yet change but Labour looks to have big plans for the election. The

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draft manifesto claims Conservatives have taken broad communities for

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granted, with chronic underinvestment in transport and

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public services. It said labour will borrow to fund infrastructure and

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transport will be a priority. And it endorses the plans to improve rail

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links. Superfast broadband will be available everywhere within five

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years. And there is a problem dot-mac promise of -- promise of an

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inner dropped phone lines. Labour says they will give money to every

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part of the region. -- an interrupted. And points to the east

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coast rail line that rationalisation can work, but only when existing

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franchises come to an end. More from Andrew now.

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So, Andrew how will Labour's plans go down in this region?

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Well, there are some policies in year which will go down very well in

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our part of the world. Rail new renationalisation is always an issue

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which does get many commuters excited. Labour also promising to

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keep the ban on fox hunting, which will please some people. It also

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said it will change the law to stop banks and post offices to close

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branches. It is also promising the scientific community that they will

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ensure they still remain part of the important European research

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programmes but the trouble with that last point is that it all depends

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how the Brexit negotiations go. The problem at all these proposals is

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there are no costings with any of this, so it's very hard to know how

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much money exactly is on offer and how these proposals will work.

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And the deadline has passed for anyone who wants

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Yes, if you wanted to do so, too late, you missed your chance. We

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know Labour and the Conservatives are standing every seat in the

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region. The Greens are standing in almost every seat with one or two

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exceptions in Cambridgeshire. Ukip have not given us a full list yet.

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They are not standing in the woods in north because they want to back

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Kelvin Hopkins, which we spoke about last night. There are if few other

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seats that they are not standing in, not for any particular reason, but

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more because they don't have the money to run a particular campaign.

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Thank you. The long-awaited Dunstable bypass

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opened to traffic this morning, It links the A5 to the M1, north

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of the Bedfordshire town. The ?160 million project,

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also includes the new junction Mike Cartwright has

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been to find out. Nearly three miles long, three year

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is and ?160 million in the making. A new bypass joining a new motorway

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junction. We will be able to take heavy goods vehicles out of

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Dunstable and the villages surrounding us. That'll make a huge

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difference to the quality of life for those residents and of course

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the air quality on those high Street as well. Taking traffic away from

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the town. In Dunstable, fewer cars and eventually melt rocks. -- no

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trucks. Drugs are coming through today but that will stop.

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Numberplate recognition will be used. We will only see then a there

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has been a closure or they are delivering. Road networks made to

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stop the traffic bottleneck hair. I came a week, it was full. There were

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loads of lorries. I could not see any to day. Yeah, glad to have it

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open at last. I tried it. What did you think? Good, quick. Yellow mac I

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will just straighten it and trim it up for you. The hairdressers hope it

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will tempt more customers into the town. Hopefully they can get in and

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out without being stuck in traffic for ages. We always have customers

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telling us they will be late because they are stuck in traffic, it will

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be five or ten minutes. It is never five or ten minutes. Hopefully they

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can getting quicker. First spoken about 60 years ago, now open for

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business. J's new bypass. -- Bedfordshire.

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It's just about the most colourful and loud event

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in the region's calendar - every year Luton comes

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alive with the sights and sounds of the carnival.

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It's taking place on the Sunday of the late May bank holiday

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weekend, and today we were given a taster of what might

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I spoke to Clary Salandy, artistic director, and asked her

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Well, the highlight of this carnival is a fantastic array, full of

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fabulous costumes. Special float designs. -- parade. We have artists

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coming in from Germany coming UK artists who will be performing. We

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have a large range of the dissidents who have been working so hard to

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make absolutely fantastic costumes. -- large range of participants. Why

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is this so popular? It is for everyone. It is a beautiful cultural

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experience. Children have fun, there was lots to see. There are huge

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design, costumes are magnificent. It is a great family day out and

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everyone wants to be there. No one wants to miss the carnival. To

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people outside of the area come deservedly for the event? Yes, we

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get a lot of visitors from both sides. Going east, west, north,

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south coming to the carnival. What of local people as well, as well as

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people outside and from Europe because we have links with Denmark

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and Nice. Visitors as well. Is it good for the economy, putting the

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region on the map? Lutein is now known as one of the creative centres

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in the UK. -- Luton. The carnival is part of that. Young people can be

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creative. Not just creating, being very good at what they do. The

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standard is very high. It will only be getting better. Our focus is on

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creating the best quality with young people developing their artistic

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talent. Last year, it was marred at the end with some violence. Police

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in stab vests. Partygoers then want to see that, they want to feel safe.

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Are you improving safety this year? That is not quite a right way of

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describing what happened. The carnival finished at 6pm and the

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issue that happens at the town centre was at 8pm, had nothing to do

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with the carnival whatsoever, but we worked very closely with the police

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and we have a very strong health and safety company involved. We are very

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much looking... Making sure the carnival is safe. It was safe last

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year and will be saved their share. Looting is bidding to be the UK's's

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city of culture 2025. -- Luton. How big and offering is the carnival in

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Luton? Lewis Daynes having a hair is not an accident. Luton is an access

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to Europe. -- Luton having it here is not an accident. It is synonymous

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with the identity of looting. We are generating a carnival that is

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reflective. -- Luton. Reflective of all the different places in the

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world, so we can see that we want to world, so we can see that we want to

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go to Luton carnival because there is something for everyone.

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Finally - take a look at these pictures -

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Greengrocer Penny Benedict has opened a stall at

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Kettering General Hospital selling fruit and vegetables.

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The hospital's allowing her to operate rent-free

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She's there Monday to Friday between ten and four.

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Weather time now - and it's been a fairly

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Let's see what the rest of the week has in store - here's Alex.

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Hello. A chilly start to the game is some places below freezing but would

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cover the the afternoon. Many places up to 19-20dC. We are continuing to

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import some warm and humid air from the south, so we continue to see

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those warm temperatures and blue skies for two days. Lovely photo

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here on the sand dunes in Norfolk. First thing this morning in

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Northamptonshire. This warm air is moving up from the south, southerly

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winds and also bringing with it some slightly unstable air. The chance on

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some heavy, possibly thundery downpours as they go through the

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evening and overnight. Not for all areas, but there will be some

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potential for flashes of lightning as they go into the early hours of

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tomorrow morning. It'll be much much milder than last night as well. We

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can see temperatures recorded as low as 8-9dC. We start the day tomorrow

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with this weather system gradually clearing to the north. This area of

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low pressure continuing to feel quite humid and muddy through the

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day. The chances of further outbreaks of rain in the morning. --

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muggy. Possibly some sunshine, some scattered showers and these could

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potentially be quite heavy in places. Temperature wise, likely to

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get similar temperatures to today. Perhaps anywhere between 18-20dC.

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When rationing from the south during the course of the day. By the

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afternoon, they shall as begin to be more isolated. Into the weekend,

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slightly fresher appeal for things that this weather system pushes

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through that day night into Sunday. Likely to be some showers around on

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the weekend. While it does look a bit fresh air and we have that

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humidity, temperatures will climb to around 19 Celsius. We have that rain

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clearing thirsting for Friday, brightest skies and showers. Be

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aware of the potential for some of these to be quite heavy, possibly

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thundery. Then in two weekend, looking largely dry of the day on

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Saturday but the gentle and isolated shower, some rainfall moving through

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a light into Sunday, clearing into Sunday. Potentially a cloudy start

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Sunday but the chance of some scattered showers developing through

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the afternoon. A bit cooler as he thought the region next week with

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height of just 16 Celsius. Not a bad outlook. There will be possibly some

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rain but also some sunshine, too. And that's how the news and weather

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are looking here this evening. Until then, enjoy your

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evening, and goodbye.

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