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I was embarrassed, I was very angry. I just really felt useless and

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honestly, you know, I felt very disabled. He has his hand in front

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of and talking into the phone. Hands off, the new campaign to stop

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drivers using mobile We look at some of the big

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developments coming our way in 2017. And a sting in the tale for railway

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passengers after this scorpion stops the Edinburgh

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express at Peterborough. First tonight, the paralympian left

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with no choice but to wet herself on a long-distance train journey

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because the disabled Anne Wafula Strike has represented

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Team GB in wheelchair racing. She's also been awarded the MBE

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for her charity work She was travelling back to her home

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in Harlow when the incident happened and says she felt

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humiliated as result. In a moment my interview with her,

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but first this from our chief The 42-year-old wheelchair racer is

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a board member of UK athletics and was awarded an MBE for her services

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to disability sport. She was returning from a board meeting last

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month when her train journey of almost three hours turned into a

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nightmare. The cross-country train's disabled pilot was out of order. A

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member of the train crew suggested she get off the train at the station

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to use the pilot there. There were no staff at the station to help her,

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she could not wait until the train reached Peterborough. Could not hold

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any more and had to do it, humiliating but I had to. When that

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happened I realised that you know sometimes when you're different you

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are so isolated, the world disqualifies you from having a

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normal life. It is though when you have a disability you do not deserve

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to have equal rights in the community. The MP for Harlow has

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taken up her complaint with cross-country trains, describing the

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service as appalling, totally unacceptable for the 21st century.

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She's not one of life smoulders, I have never heard her complaint in

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this way about her disability, she is a positive and wonderful human

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being and it saddens me that she has had to suffer Bijan deleted by the

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thrill company in this way. A spokesperson for cross-country said

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clearly the circumstances of the journey were unacceptable. This is

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the first time we are aware of such a situation ever happening on one of

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our trains, we are investigating how our established procedures for

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caring for a customer in a wheelchair could have failed so

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terribly. And said she decided to speak out in the hope of bringing

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about change, too many people with disabilities she said suffer in

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silence. This afternoon I spoke

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to Anne Wafula Strike at her home in Harlow and I asked

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about the moment she realised the disabled lavatory

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was out of order. I looked at the toilet with the

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sign, out of order, and I was mortified. I was mortified because I

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knew I was not alighting on that train in the next ten or 30 minutes,

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I knew I had a long journey ahead of me. And I knew as a human being, you

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know, I needed that facility, I needed to use the toilet. It scared

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me. And he ended up having to wet herself because there were no

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facilities, which is something that in this day and age seems

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extraordinary. But for you to have to go through that, what was it

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like? I was embarrassed, I was very angry and... I just really felt

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useless. Honestly, you know, I felt very disabled. When that happened.

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And you are someone who is -- has actually used your disability as an

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opportunity, you are a Paralympic and Andy patron of many charities in

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pain and a patron of many charities and the campaigner, you're such a

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strong person and yet that must have made you feel not strong at all. It

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sort of just really took away all the confidence that I had spent

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years working on, it took away my dignity. So many people are

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struggling, this is happening to some people but because of the

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self-censorship, people want to regain their dignity, nobody wants

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to attend the public can say that I have this kind of accident. People

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are suffering. You say it is not cool to talk about it but I would

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say it is very cool what you're doing now, having the bravery to

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speak out about something that was so awful for you at the time. I am

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so pleased that I have spoken about this, because I am hoping that it is

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going to generate debate. It is already doing that. It is doing that

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in Sweden, in Italy, in Spain. I have had so many people, hundreds

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and hundreds of tweets and e-mails, people who have suffered in silence

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and they feel as though I am speaking on their behalf. The system

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should not let this happen. By taking this decision to speak out

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and getting the reaction you have, does that make you feel that

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something good may be able to come of this awful experience? Your Mac I

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am hoping that through this companies, organisations, even our

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government, will go back and look at the legislation. I think the

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community now and many companies will take a box because they want to

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be seen as giving or providing for someone with a disability. But the

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government should impose huge fines on some of these people who just

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want to tick a box. Anne Wafula Strike, thank you very much.

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And if you have had a problem relating to disability and public

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transport would like to hear from you. You can get in touch in the

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usual way. Please leave a telephone number.

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People in Essex have been reacting to plans for a so-called

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The government wants to build 14 garden towns and garden villages

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across the country and says they would mean a total

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Gareth George is at Harlow Civic Centre now, Gareth.

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Here in Harlow able be celebrating the news, it is the 70th anniversary

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this year. Harlow was the original garden town when it was built, it

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was landscape a separate neighbourhoods and now the

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government wants councils to press forward with plans for more garden

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town 's Garden villages, too. But not everyone is happy.

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The demand for new homes far exceeds supply so the government is plans

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for what it calls new garden town 's, with 10,000 houses or more as

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well as smaller garden villages. One new garden town could go here just

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outside Harlow near the village of Gilson. The village for the park is

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for a green and pleasant place with schools, doctors surgeries and

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parks. Housing and planning Minister Gavin Barwell said locally led

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garden towns and villages have enormous potential to deliver the

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homes and communities need. But there is opposition, the development

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would be at the bottom of this man's garden, he said the description of a

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garden town of the emitted conjurers is a spurious one. There are no

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plans for the employment in this area, it really is just a sprawling

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housing estate of 10,000 houses. Everyone getting on the train to

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London. A lot of them will want to get on the train and a lot of them

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will want to drive in the drinks can accept what people are neither can

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the roads. At the council HQ I asked the council leader if he thought the

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existing infrastructure could cope. The seats on the trains, hospital

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struggling, the last thing you need is another 10,000 houses, isn't it?

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This is a Catch-22 situation, you will not get a new hospital road

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improvements without the housing investment both in terms of the

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direct contribution this will make towards infrastructure development

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but also that critical mass, it is about doing those things is part of

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an overall package. In Harlow itself there also seems to be support for

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the garden town. It will bring rejuvenation to the town because it

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has lost a lot of shops and businesses. How big is it? 10,000

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houses. That is a lot because I -- but I do think houses are needed.

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New houses are needed all over the place because people can't afford to

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live in London any more. Campaigners say they are preparing for a legal

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fight that could go on for decades. And they don't call it Gilson Park,

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the college Harlow North and they say they have been fighting similar

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proposals for more than 20 years, as well as the garden town proposed

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here on the Essex Harlow border of are three other garden town

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proposals elsewhere in Essex and they all face stiff opposition, too.

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And if you think the idea of garden towns sounds familiar you would be

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right. Back in 2008 Prime Minister Gordon

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Brown announced plans, It was narrowed down to four

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locations across the country, and one of them was Rackheath

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on the outskirts of Norwich. The eco-town proposals lead to a

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wave of protest, the plan was to build greenhouses and greenfield

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sites and lots of people did not like it. This was the vision of the

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then Labour Housing Minister John Healey. Living here in the future in

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the new eco-town will be a greener type of living but also the eco-town

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will have everybody living in houses so that they can reach the services

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they need, the shops in it, within ten minutes walk. The plan for

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Iraqis, 5000 new and existing homes on a former bomber base north of the

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village but when Labour lost power in 2010 enthusiasm for the scheme

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disappeared and in the face of opposition that was dropped. Stephen

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Hurd campaign against the plans. They did not want a big new

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showpiece development. We are not NIMBY, we understand the need for

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housing, personally, we all have families and we all understand the

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need for housing but we would like these families to be in our own

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community. I would love my daughter and granddaughter to be in the

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village but they have to move away because there is no housing in the

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village. What happened here over the eco-town is mirrored in communities

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across the East. Whenever big housing developments are announced

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that is nearly always strong local opposition and that is one reason we

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are falling well short of house-building targets. The campaign

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group the town and country planning Association says 30,000 new homes

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are needed every year in the East to meet demand. In 2014-15 just over

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$20,000. In Iraq EC eco-town may be dead but it could be replaced by

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another major development. Plans for 3000 homes are in the pipeline,

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nearly as many as before and construction could start in the same

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greenfield next year. A 38-tonne articulated lorry became

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wedged between two buildings The driver got into trouble

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at the junction of Northgate Street The lorry and trailer were cleared

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several hours later. A new campaign's been launched

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across Suffolk and Norfolk today to warn of the dangers

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of using a mobile It's called "Hands Off"

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and is backed by local BBC radio Few people could have a better

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reason to campaign for change than Alice husband, two years ago were

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sung, Seth, died after he was not town outside his home. He was seven

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years old. The car driver was using a mobile phone or loudspeaker. I

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miss him every day and so do his brothers and the rest of the family.

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It has changed my life. It is something I would never wish to

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happen to anybody. If there was anything I could change in my life

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it would be not to lose him. Despite new tougher fines and tactics from

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the police, drivers seem happy to risk it. Is on his phone, you see

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him? We want you to pledge not to use your mobile phone behind the

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wheel. It is as simple as that. We are one radio station but with

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regular folk involved in local newspapers as well we can really get

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the message across that it is brilliant that the local media want

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to play a part in this. The campaign is backed by police and honour today

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Leicester skipper overrunning support. A court was coming round

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the roundabout, the coach driver had one hand on the wheel and another on

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his mobile phone to his ear. When you're on the phone part of your

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brain visualises the person you're talking to, and that part of the

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brain is the same path that should be sorting out hazards. Having

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someone sat next year is not an issue. Having a phone conversation

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is. Is string of tragedies has shown that in a split second everything

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can change. The advice on mobiles and the car is simple. Do not

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torture no matter what. If there's any doubt put it in the boot in the

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boot out of reach. -- do not touch that no matter what.

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And there's more on that campaign online.

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Go to facebook and search for the "keep your hands

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Still to come, the weather for the rest of the week in football it is

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only live there as Norwich city celebrate a rare hat-trick at Carrow

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Road. All this week on the programme,

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we'll be looking at some Over the next four days we'll be

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looking at the worlds of business, And we'll start

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tonight with business. 2017 will see the drugs

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company Astra Zeneca start to move into its new global

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headquarters in Cambridge. And there are also developments

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at Stansted, and two of our big This from our business

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correspondent Richard Bond. Taking shape in Cambridge, a

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building that will make this region one of the leading centres of drug

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discovery in the world. Four years ago AstraZeneca said it would move

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its Google headquarters to the city, at the Cambridge biomedical campus

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facilities for 2000 workers are being created. The first of them

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will move in later this year. At the moment they are scattered around

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eight sites in the area, including this office on the science park.

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There are many times in your career as a scientist would you can work

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with designers and build your own building, and it is dedicated to the

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sides are undertaking. It really is a sense of real excitement for

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AstraZeneca as a whole and also the scientists that will be working in

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the new building. It'll be a big moment for the region's economy when

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this side of the global headquarters of one of the world's biggest

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pharmaceutical companies. Construction work is at its peak on

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the ?330 million project, once complete the buildings will be

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powered by ground source heating from this energy centre. The R

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centre will enclose -- include the headquarters which was moved from

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London in 2016 so we will end up the west to scientists, copper

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headquarters served by a very sustainable energy centre. Two major

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wind farms reached significant milestones in 2017. One field of

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North Norfolk should start to produce its first power in the

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spring wealthy galloper field of Suffolk goes into full-scale

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construction. This year we will continue with the foundation

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installation that started last year, we will use cables connect

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individual wind turbines, we will also put in the second export cable

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from the beach at Sizewell, we will start turbine installation and then

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of course we need the offshore substation which is the large

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structure we put in around May so it is all happening this year. The

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expansion of Stansted should continue this year, the leisure

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airline jet to almost 83 flights per week to the Essex airport. This --

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it will become the number two airline after Ryanair. As a result

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the airport needs more space. It should hear this year whether it can

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go ahead with the new ?130 million arrivals building to accommodate

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more passengers. Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair has been talking to politicians on both sides

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of the fence about what we can expect in the weeks

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and months ahead. Football now and it's been

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a particularly hectic holiday period Many of them have played three

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games in just eight days. All the winners and losers

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in a moment, but this report from Tom Williams starts

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with a Colchester defender After struggling through autumn,

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Colchester United finally found their rhythm as Christmas. They have

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been beating allcomers and one player has been finding new ways to

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celebrate. The player from Cameroon has rapidly become the new cult hit.

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His antics have gone down a storm on Twitter, the club anxious to make a

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song and dance of it, tweeting away action shots merrily. The man

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himself loving it, he treated, I enjoyed that drumming, if any band

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assured of a drummer boy then just shout. We don't's owner Ollie has

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been reunited with his instrument, as I am sure his neighbours will

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testify. But after watching his side win six of the last seven games why

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not bang on about it? Everyone I spoke to was quite surprised,

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drumming was quite simple but when you're doing it is hard to get a

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decent beetle he was very good. Since the didn't we have not lost

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the game, the fans love them and things like this because love her

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more. Colchester were the region's star performer is, top of the tree

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after three wins and three, just below Cambridge United are also

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unbeaten claiming seven points from nine, Southend have a win and two

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draws, a mixed bag for knowledge at MK Dons with a search page about

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Northampton and wouldn't only managing three points from three

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games. Stevenage had a shocker, bar at the bottom, Christmas for them

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totally pointless. But for Cambridge wearing in red-hot form. They

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Colchester they have taken 19.3 possible 21 to surge up the table

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and into the play-offs. Yesterday's 4-0 win over Notts County kept them

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in seventh. Deeply any manner that suggests they are genuine promotion

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contenders, they are playing with verve and vigour and seemed to be

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enjoying the football. Goal of the day, this one by Tom Lawrence for

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Ipswich, a cracker but not a matchwinner. QPR sneaking a late

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winner leaving town the wrong half of the table. Is that we played the

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second have especially very well become quite close the game out, so

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we need to work on that. Get back to winning ways next game. After a

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miserable 2016 reason to cheer for Norwich fans, a 3-0 when using the

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pressure on Alex Neill for now. A week ago I would have said Gore,

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today I'm saying he can do it. It was a different team, they played

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really well and I want to see more games like that. Nelson Oliveira the

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toast of Carol Rhodes had, is hat-trick the perfect way to kick

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off the new year. Finally tonight, we've run a few

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stories over the years on the reasons for delays

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on our railway lines. Among the favourites: overhead power

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cables down and leaves on the line. But how about a scorpion

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in the carriage. It happened on a London to Edinburgh

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express train on New Year's Day. The service was halted

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at Peterborough after the scorpion It was eventually taken

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to an exotic pet refuge, All eyes busy and beady, quick to

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acknowledge the new kid on the block. A story from Guatemala, this

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scorpion fell out of a woman's rucksack on a train near

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Peterborough. I was getting my glasses case out and noticed there

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was a scorpion crawling on the glasses case. I dropped it on the

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floor because I did not want to get stung and then kicked over the

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glasses case to see it I could find a scorpion on the underside and

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wasn't there so at that point we had lost the scorpion in the carriage.

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Soon found the tiny creature less than one inch long was scooped into

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a food container, British Transport Police took to the warmth of the

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exotic pet refuge near Peterborough. It would not have lasted overnight,

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there would have been no repercussions the next day. Other

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lodges venomous it is only like two of the wasp sting so it is not

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dangerous or fatal. It would only really sting if provoked. This

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morning little bundles of scorpion joy, even harder to spot than the

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month. There are three small babies that I can see, after they have

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grown up little that they will sit on their mums back and head to ride

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around with her, she will feed them for a couple days and then they will

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feed on small box themselves. It is fantastic, we want to go and visit

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the rescue centre in Peterborough so we should do that at some stage. My

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daughter is really interested in animals and would like to study

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zoology so we are very pleased. The train was delayed by only seven

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minutes but the scorpion and her babies continue to make headlines,

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they will live out their days at the refuge quietly away from the

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cameras. No paparazzi!

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Imaginative and laid eggs in the carriage and they hadn't known until

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they got into the carriage tours overrun.

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Alex was just seeing she had a wonderful scorpion fact.

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Is it small clubs big sting, because small sting?

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Someone will call and letters now. The producer agrees. If the producer

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says it is true, OK. The best thing is now staying at

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all, really. The best thing is not to have a scorpion on the

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It is a bit call for scorpions perhaps. We have a cold start to the

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day this morning, some cold on the grass in Cambridge as the sun rose,

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and the beautiful sunset photograph taken. It will get a little chilly

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tonight but not as cold as last night because of more cloud around

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and although it is expected to stay mainly dry by the end of the night

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there may well be some light rain or drizzle across northern counties. As

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we go through tonight there will be clear spells developing,

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temperatures close to freezing so we could get down to two or three

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degrees so perhaps just the risk of a touch of frost but for most of us

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we're staying above freezing temperatures as this weather front

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comes in from the North will start to recover so those temperatures

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rising to around four or 5 degrees for some of us as we start the day

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tomorrow. We have this weather front coming in from the north tomorrow,

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it is a cold fronts or wanted clear spirit it will mean a cold wind

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developing, actually, and some bright weather around so expect a

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cloudy start first is that weather front approaches and some might rain

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expected but cleaning fluid quickly and then some pleasant spells of

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winter sunshine, the bulk of the day looking dry and bright. Deventer is

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perhaps feeling cold in that went, five or 6 degrees. These are average

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wind speeds, and that will be a feature of the weather through

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tomorrow particularly into the afternoon and evening and a certain

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and wintry showers from the North Sea saw four counties in Norfolk and

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Suffolk there could be the odd shower coming in for the evening,

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including the quite quickly saw the Queen to be quite fleeting but just

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a possibility and then you notice the blue on the map, by the time we

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get to 5am on Thursday temperatures dropping quite sharply, a sharp

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frost expected for tomorrow night. We could be down as low as -5 or 6

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degrees in parts of the region as we start the day. I pressure will give

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us some dutiful winter sunshine for Thursday, it establishes itself

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across the British Isles for Thursday so lots of fine weather

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around but you can see the weather front coming in from the north-west

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and events that to move eastwards and as they get to the weekend the

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weather front will come through and bring us rain and introduce some

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milder air. Every cup for tomorrow, looking largely dry with the risk of

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the showers coming in first thing and wintry showers later

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particularly from the coast. If each of the weather tomorrow is the

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strengthening north-westerly wind and then fine wintry sunshine after

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the sharp frost on Wednesday night into Thursday, so it'll be a cold

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day with lots of sunshine around, and eventually the weather front

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starts to bring in some rain probably in the day on Friday, into

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the weekend and then it turns slightly milder.

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Susie was not listening, she was looking up scorpion facts.

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Apparently it is mainly by accident the sting people. Goodbye.

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Magical new drama... The Worst Witch.

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Something like this could change my life.

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We're looking for someone who can sing, someone who can move.

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