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Hello and welcome to Look East. Coming up in Wednesday's programme:

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Calls for action on financial abuse -

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after a couple conned their elderly neighbour out of her life savings.

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We just knew that they were no good but without proof

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As the election draws closer - what issues will get our Polish

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Because I'm feeling like it's my home and I'm growing a future

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with this country, and I want the best for this country,

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and I want the best for my business as well.

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She lost 18 stone to be named slimmer of the year -

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stay tuned to find out Tracy's dieting tips.

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And after a day of rain will the dilution continue? All the details

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later. First tonight - the vulnerable

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dementia sufferer. Marjorie Webster from

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Peterborough had given power meaning she could make decisions

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about the pensioner's finances. But little did she know that

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the woman she trusted to help her, was actually stealing thousands

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of pounds from her account. Remembering her friend of 40 years

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almost a year on from her death. Marcia knew Marjorie had made

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a mistake giving her and describes Kim Riley as a very

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cunning and intelligent woman. She saw the vulnerability of

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Marjorie, and as Marjorie's health declined she became closer

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to her but was always borrowing money from Marjorie,

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and Marjorie was so kind to them because of that

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personal circumstance, We just knew that they were no good

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but without proof there The financial abuse began

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here in Peterborough. With no family of her own,

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Marjorie befriended her neighbours over

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a period of 12 years, to the point

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where she trusted Kim Riley enough to legally look after her financial

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affairs she lived in this house in

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Peterborough, and she put all her faith in Kim

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and believed that Kim Kim played the daughter

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Marjorie never had, she showered her with affection

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and love, but it was fake. Only when she died, did

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the executor to her will discover that her neighbours

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had cleared out Marjorie's bank The care home that

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she'd been living in got in touch fairly

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quickly after she died to say that the care

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home fees hadn't been

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paid for six months. Now, we knew at that time

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there should have been enough funds in the estate to have paid

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those care home fees, The firm of lawyers then

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reported their suspicions Funds were being used

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for all sorts of things, family holidays, pubs, restaurants,

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concert tickets, supermarkets transactions, anything and

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everything, holidays in Egypt, and over a period of three years it came

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to about ?150,000 which equates to Kim and husband Neil

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Riley were found guilty earlier this month,

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and are tonight behind bars, for living the high life

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at Marjorie's expense. However, Marcia believes

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the financial abuse could have been avoided had Marjorie

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instructed two people instead of one Charities who campaign for older

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people are now calling for measures to stop this kind

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of thing happening again. I asked Stephen McCarthy,

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from Action On Elder Abuse, Firstly, we're were

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looking for additional criminal charges to make

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an aggravated crime of elder abuse,

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so that's regardless of whether it's financial in this situation, or

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physical, or psychological, We think that as a starting

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point we think there is a real lack of deterrent

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at the moment. What about the lawyers, or financial

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sector, could they do more to prevent that happening

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in the first place? Banks should be able to keep an eye

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on this sort of thing. You would have thought they know

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when someone has made an attorney, they know what that relationship

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is and you would expect banks to be able to pick up on large sums of

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money transferring from the actual rightful owner of that money

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through to that attorney, and to then raise those concerns

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with the police or social services, but most importantly

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it is about raising that concern. So what sort of thing should people

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be watching out for, then, whether they work

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in a bank or perhaps work and social services

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and have some contact People pick up often

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on the disparity between the living conditions that the person might be

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in and their supposed financial situation.

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That's one. As well, people are not

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often able to pay bills all of a sudden

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when that shouldn't really be the case,

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and I believe that was a factor

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in this case as well. With older people needing help

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with their finances, If you are going to set up

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a power of attorney for yourself, to maybe look at more

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than one person to be attorneys. That way, one person

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can keep an eye on It's all about setting

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power of attorney up correctly, but even within that there

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are limitations to power of attorney, and how safe someone

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can keep themselves financially. And are there a lot

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of people that come into contact with an older,

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vulnerable person who might be able Is it a question of them

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communicating more? Yes, absolutely, it

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could be friends or family, as I say, but it

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could be a social worker, it could be a doctor or a nurse or,

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you know, the sort of people that older people are likely

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to come into regular contact with should be looking out

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for those signs, look to have those sorts

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of conversations. And then, if they are in any doubt,

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as to whether there might be some abuse financially

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or otherwise going on, to get in touch with the police

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or to get in touch with social services, social

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services do have an obligation to look into these situations

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when there is David Brickwood was a 74-year-old

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grandfather who was attacked That was over 20 months ago, and his

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killer or killers still haven't Today, an inquest in Northampton

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heard how Mr Brickwood had 35 wounds on his body,

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including multiple stab wounds. The coroner ruled that he had

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been unlawfully killed. In the early hours of 26th September

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2015, David Brickwood was attacked in his own bed,

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and repeatedly stabbed. At the inquest today, police

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and paramedics described arriving at the house to find Mr Brickwood

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covered in blood, and also how they desperately tried

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to save his life. It was abundantly clear

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from the evidence that we heard here in court today that

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David Brickwood was a well-known and well liked

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and well loved man. He had lived in the area for over

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40 years, and he was described as being a pivotal part of

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Abingdon, and his son described him as being the absolute

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backbone of the family. Mr Brickwood's family and friends

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sat and listened to the horrific details of his last moments,

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and today spoke of the effect of his It's damaged us, and obviously

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we're never going to get You've took our father,

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you know, mum's husband... Everyone is suffering

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in one way or another, whether it's depression, not

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sleeping right, not eating right, And I get asked all

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the time, you know, You know, what do

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you say to children? But despite a substantial reward,

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an appeal on Crimewatch, and a recent search of a local lake,

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the police say they're I can't stress the importance

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enough of people coming forward, but people that have got

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evidence, there's been a lot of rumour and a lot of

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speculation, but somebody out there must know

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what happened, and it's those people

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that we want to come forward. So why do you think

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they haven't come forward I think people sometimes think

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that we will crack it Well, we haven't, we are 20 months

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down the line, and those people with that key

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evidence are really, really important, they

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are even more important

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now, and we need them. The coroner today ruled

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David Brickwood has been unlawfully killed, and also told the family

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he hoped the assailant or assailants And that need for justice and

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closure is something that the Brickwood family said they were

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desperate to have. The police told me here today in Northamptonshire

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that they are incredibly frustrated that the lack of progress here in

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this case, but they told me they just need that one key piece of

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evidence which could lead to a conviction.

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The search for the body of missing airman Corrie Mckeague at a landfill

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site near Cambridge will continue for another three weeks.

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Mr McKeague went missing after a night out in Bury St Edmunds

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Police believe he may have climbed into a commercial waste bin

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that was then emptied at the Milton landfill site.

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Kim Riley is outside the site tonight with the latest.

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Terrible conditions here today, pouring rain and there have been

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weeks of delays before the search he was actually begun because police

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were originally given the wrong information, told the bin lorry

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wasn't Harry enough to have been containing a body so the search

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began in February. A specialist search officers have been searching

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for 11 weeks and haven't had a single link with Corrie McKeague,

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not a single item of personal clothing or a keepsake, nothing like

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that but there is a positive side to that, throughout the search there

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have been finding items relating to the time and date he went missing

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and also to the key location in recent Edmunds where he was last

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seen. When the hunt began police identified a cell on which they

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would focus, a quarter of an acre is across. To a deep depth, a depth of

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eight metres. In a tips like this, they move, apparently, the rubbish

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moves around, it is not clumsily bare and police have been noticing

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that and what is happened is that waste relating to this key dates,

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relating to Bury St Edmunds, the waste coming from that, they have

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been found outside that central area they first identified. So in week 11

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based on the advice from people here research is being expanded so the

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painstaking work likely to go on as you said for another three or four

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weeks continuing, progress constantly reviewed here.

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As you may have seen on the national news,

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the Liberal Democrats launched their manifesto today -

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the second of the three main parties to do so.

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Our political reporter Mousumi Bakshi has been assessing

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how their pledges might affect our region.

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Lunchtime in the city known as the heart of silicon. More than 4000

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people work in Trinity area in Cambridgeshire. I am the father of

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two young children so the future is something that is important to me

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because I had to consider some of their well-being and welfare and

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what they are actually really don't you do when they grow up and really

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the rate of change within technology is so great that we really don't

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know what sort of jobs in the world and Britain is going to look like in

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another 20 years' time. The Lib Dems are also promising to protect the

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science budget but in such a narrow focus on a specific sector the right

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cause of action for voters? They are right to focus on science and

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technology. If you look at where the income and all the value and the

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jobs come from, it is very uniquely around Cambridge, from deep

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technology. Science is both critical for Cambridge but essential for the

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broader UK economy so I ink they are very right to focus on that. Taywood

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voted -- Cambridge voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU.

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A measure of success for the Liberal Democrats is if this manifesto will

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win back tightly contested like Cambridge. As well as focusing on

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Brexit they revealed it would build up to half a million a affordable

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homes over the next five years but will it be enough in places like

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Cambridge where the average cost of a home is over ?400,000? As well as

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the affordable homes building programme, the party also announced

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it would create a new start-up allowance which could play well in

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parts of this county. Last year, over two and a half thousand new

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companies began trading. And while it may go against the rest of the

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country reversing Brexit plays well for this start-up company. We have

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80% of our employees non-British citizens. Over 50% are -- of our

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users. It isn't so much that we are hiring followers that are

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foreigners, but we have had a hard time finding horrified employees. --

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qualified employees. Staying with the election,

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but now to the views of people who've moved to this country

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and made it their home. Polish migrants make up the largest

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foreign-born group across the East. In Peterborough more

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than 6,500 Poles have moved Some have become British

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citizens, giving So Emma Baugh went to ask about

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the issues that matter to them. Gosia Prohal in her

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Peterborough radio studio. She's been in the country

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three and half years, But she says many of her listeners

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have applied for a British passport. Polish people in the UK,

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they are now waiting They don't know what to

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expect and that's why much more people apply

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for the British citizenship. Listnener Robert Szatkowski

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has been here 14 years, a citizen for four.

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His vote is for the economy. As a sole trader I would

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like to be concerned only about the business, so economic

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aspects of political parties' programmes, this is

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the most important part. Latest census figures show

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that in ten years more than 6,500 people moved

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from Poland to Peterborough. We don't know how many of those have

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stayed, how many have become citizens, and of those how many

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have registered to vote. One of those who's registered

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is shop owner Annie Igeemorrow. She's lived in the UK 15 years,

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a citizen for four. For her - she's voting

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for a soft brexit. To stay in single market,

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actually to grow the I want the economy to

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grow to be good for my business because most

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of my grosses come from Europe. Because I'm feeling

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like it's my home, and I'm growing a future with this country

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and I know I want the best for this country, and I want the best

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for my business as well. So what are we going to do,

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muffins, you said? Lukasz Moorafski has lived

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in the UK for more ten years. but his five-year-old son,

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Xavier, has. Now he's looking to get

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more of a say himself, and a number of issues

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are important to him. Everybody is talking

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about the NHS these days, Some people say that even

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people from European countries, their children might be paying for

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the education, which is I don't know,

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it's a big question, but I really don't know whether it's

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actually going to take place. And immigrants as well,

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like, people coming to this country

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and living in this country, Whether people have a vote or not,

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this election will have a great impact on those who live and work

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here, and how much their And don't forget we'd like to hear

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using the hashtag 'getsmyvote'. Onto other news and unemployment

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has fallen in the East, Figures out today show the total

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at one hundred and twenty two Figures out today show

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the total at 122,000 a drop of 17,000 on the previous

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three months. The region's unemployment

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rate fell to 3.9%, well below the national

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average of 4.6%. The dilemma over who should restore

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one of Northampton's most famous The Eleanor Cross was erected

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by King Edward the first in the 13th century

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as a tribute to his And after a wrangle over

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who actually owns it, Northampton Borough Council says it

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has now applied for permission to carry out maintenance work,

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and is considering quotes You're watching looked east, with

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the weather shortly. And this super slimmer has lost an incredible 18

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stone. Tonight, museums and galleries

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across the region are opening their doors to try and attract

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new visitors by offering something Museums at Night is a national

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campaign to offer an interactive, social evening and to get people

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to engage in the arts. The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

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is offering a full sensory viewing of their successful

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Renaissance exhibition. This whole exhibition has been

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designed to look like an Italian Renaissance home, and tonight it

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really is like stepping back We've got the sounds, you can hear

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the bell tolling there, Renaissance Italy was probably

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quite a stinky place but Irini is here to tell us how

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they made it smell a Yes, when they came

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home from church or the workplaces, Renaissance men and

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women would have had something like this, a rosary, in their hands

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at home, to perform some of their devotional prayers, and in order

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to distract them from the stench outside, they would have sprayed

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the beads with rose water. The name rosary comes from the...

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word roses, that would have been given from

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devotees to the version, and so The same scent Renaissance men

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and women would have had while saying

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their prayers at home. Wonderful, I shall keep this

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with me while I'll have a look around, and tonight is all

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about evoking the past, and who better to do that than a writer

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of historical fiction? Sarah, you manage to create

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the past so convincingly. Well, I use all my senses so I talk

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about smells, the nasty ones And I also talk about sound,

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it is very evocative, but I also want to get

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you in the mind of what it is like because 500 years ago the world

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was a very different place and

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so I look at the art as they might have looked

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that it, and women of the Renaissance

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with have seen pictures like this, this is a religion that

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is based on the birth of a baby,

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something they It also contains

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within it the idea this baby grows up and dies,

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and the mother has Both of these things might have

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been experience that women had 500 So it is my job to try and bring

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you in not only to the sounds and noses and ears but also

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to their feelings and their minds, and I think an exhibition like this

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does it really brilliantly. Fascinating stuff, Sarah,

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thank you very much. Wonderful rose scent

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really is doing the trick If you like what you've seen

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tonight, this is part of a chain of national events and there will be

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events running across the region during the evening right

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up until Saturday. Imagine losing over

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half your body weight. That's exactly what's

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happened to Tracey Topping Tracey started putting on weight

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after having children. And in 2014 tipped the scales

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at almost 30 stone. But her weight stopped her living

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a normal life and made her miserable And do you know, I think

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we could possibly both fit inside it,

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we could actually make Tracy Topping is half

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the woman she was. 30 stone and size 36,

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she piled on the pounds aged 16 Three decades later, she could

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hardly walk and rarely went out. I just couldn't do anything

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with my kids or my grandchildren, and I loved

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doing things with them. And it was like when my

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grandkids were born, I struggled to even hold them

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because it was just... Because I was quite big and trying

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to put them on my lap because I had a big belly,

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and I just couldn't The turning point came

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on a family holiday. Tracy nursing swollen ankles

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while the family had fun. As soon as she got back,

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she joined a slimming club When was the point in your weight

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loss that you really noticed it? It was quite a long time, even

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sometimes now I think gosh, you're big, but everybody kept saying I can

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see the difference in you. And it is, well, I can't see it. It

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must have been about five or six or seven stone that I had lost before I

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went into a shop and stood there in front of a mirror and thought oh, my

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God. Over two years Tracey lost 18 stone. She has just been named

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slimming world the greatest loser of the year. I am just so proud, I am

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incredible to see the difference. She is a total different person, a

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quiet person, yes she smiled, she was happy when she was losing the

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weight. But she wasn't really the real person and she has progressed,

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she has lost the weight, she has really come out of her shell. Tracey

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now has two jobs, two dogs, and three grandchildren. She can keep up

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with them all. There is no way I would ever go back. This is me, this

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is the new me and is going to be the staging me. What an achievement,

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well done, Tracey. Rain has been the main theme

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of the day weather-wise hasn't it - which is good news for farmers

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of course - but for many And there could be a deluge

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on the way tonight. Let's get all the details

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now, here Alex. Hello there. Today some much-needed

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rainfall across the region. Up to 25 millimetres of rain has already

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fallen with scope for more as we go through the evening and the night.

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It is all associated with this low pressure, and the associated weather

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system and it has picked up speed and headed eastward more gradually

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clearing through the evening and overnight. Big trouble is he on the

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ground in Cambridgeshire, and a wet start to the day here in Norwich.

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This whole weather system is gradually tracking eastwards, some

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heavy and possibly thundery rain before it clears. The second half of

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the night looks as it will become largely dry with some clear spells

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developing. A much cooler that Micro cooler and fresher regime that --

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sets in. Lows of around nine Celsius, and a light north-westerly

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wind. Starting the day tomorrow on a much drier and brighter note, that

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weather system well out of the way. A largely dry picture, perhaps just

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an isolated showers somewhere but once any cloud has broken up in the

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morning we will likely see some good spells of sunshine through the day.

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It will feel a little cooler and fresher, still with that

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north-westerly wind, a light wind, and stamp it is perhaps in the

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sunshine in some parts of the region not getting higher than around 18

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degrees but an overall higher expected of a Dean Celsius. For the

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afternoon it looks like it could be largely dry with spells of sunshine.

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Looking ahead, low pressure back on the scene, so before Friday and

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looking ahead to the weekend it will look a little unsettled. We are

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likely to have quite a cool and fresh Fields youth things. Some dry

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weather around, some sunshine but also the potential for showers, any

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of them could be heavy and possibly thundery. For tomorrow, sought

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answers of isolated showers most dry, but cool and fresh. Friday,

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outbreaks of rain start the day, brightening up with some sunshine

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but then also some showers likely in the east, potentially thundery, and

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heavy, and the risk of those showers continues to the weekend although a

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little on the cooler side with highs of 15-17 degrees. Dry weather around

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with some sunshine but also some showers, and right through the

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weekend any of the showers could be heavily, possibly thundery, even

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with hail mixed in and some chilly nights on the way.

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Not looking that's bad for the weekend. That is as from the team.

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Thank you for watching, goodbye. The choice you now face

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is all about the future. Whoever wins on the 8th of June

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will face one overriding task - to get the best possible deal

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for this United Kingdom from Brexit, because making Brexit a success

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is central to our national interest and it is central

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to your own security and prosperity. Because, while there is enormous

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opportunity for Britain if we do not get this right,

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the consequences will be serious and they will be felt by ordinary

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working people across the country.

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