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In the programme tonight - the impact of Friday's tidal surge.

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Walkers are warned to stay away from cliffs after a man dies

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And counting the cost in Norfolk as Cromer Pier

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Also in the programme - exclusive access to A

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How tough has it been this weekend? The weekend has been very tough but

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luckily we have been able to weather the storm.

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A new approach to tackling bed blocking in Bury St Edmunds.

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The West Suffolk is buying up care beds.

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And the company called Wingspan - helping former prisoners learn

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First tonight, warnings of the dangers of landslides after

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On Friday night the entire east coast took a battering but in most

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But with strong winds and high tides there were a number of landslides.

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On Saturday in Suffolk a cliff collapsed at

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A man out with his wife walking their dog was killed.

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Our first report tonight is from Gareth George.

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A single bunch of flowers where a dog walker died when the cliffs

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below him gave way. Rescuers desperately try to free him and his

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dog was dug out but they couldn't reach him in time. We are all very

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sorry to hear what happened and our hearts go out to all the family and

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friends that are involved in this accident. I would just like to thank

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everybody that came along and helped on Saturday. The tragedy has led to

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renewed safety warnings about the dangers of our coast. I would advise

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anybody to keep clear of the cliffs. They are very delicate at the

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moment. All around the country. The cliffs overhang the beach

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precariously and there is a crag in that section and perhaps that will

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be the next bit to go. You can see where there have been landslides as

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big if not bigger than the one that took place at the weekend. This

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morning, officials visited the cliffs and the Council said an

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investigation is underway. A geologist described many of the

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cliffs in this region as very soft, almost like building sand. He said

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they would have been weakened by the high tides on Friday. That is a bad

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combination for cliff erosion so essentially, the waves will reach to

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the bottom of the cliff easily and have lots of power. They can even

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force water into the spaces between the sediment which increases what we

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call the poor water pressure in the sediment and all that contributes to

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Cliff failure. Regular walker said they kept away from the bottom of

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the cliffs because they were aware of the dangers but said they had

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seen children playing on them. Do you think people don't realise the

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dangers? I think perhaps people not from around here are less likely to

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be aware of how eroding those cliffs are. On a nice day, it looks very

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benign. This was put up during the rescue attempt, the cord and still

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in place but no signs warning of the dangers of the cliffs. The identity

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of the man who died has not been officially released yet. The

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authorities... On Friday night

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the authorities were keen to evacuate homes in places

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like Great Yarmouth and Jaywick. In the event some of

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the most serious damage Debbie Tubby is at

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Cromer Pier, Debbie. Compared to the 2013 tidal surge,

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our coastline this time got off relatively lightly.

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There is still hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of damage

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caused to Cromer Pier. In a way, we were let off lightly,

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but the first thing we want to do is to really make sure things

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are safe for the public and then get This pier is about 130,

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140 years old and runs At times like this, you can

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actually see how well Chris Taylor filmed

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this as the storm hit He is a local photographer

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and a helmsman of the RNLI. All we could hear as the waves

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were smashing against the prom, you could hear as the water came

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down, this clattering of big stones. All we could hear as the waves

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were smashing against the prom, you could hear as the water came

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down, this clattering of big stones. Looking around, there are rocks

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the size of your head. The benches along the prom -

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big, heavy, metal benches, being swept along the prom

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in the water, It was really, really

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awe-inspiring to see. Today, the clear-up operation

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is already underway. We have lost some sections

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of decking which we are in We are having a survey done

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at the root end of the pier to check We have lost the water supply,

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a bit disappointing, but we are getting that

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back on today. And also, the specialist rope action

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team will go underneath and do a survey to make sure the cables

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and pipes are intact. The damage wasn't caused

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by the waves coming over the pier, the problem was the force

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of the ways underneath it, forcing the decking

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up and breaking it. In Great Yarmouth where 5,000 homes

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were due to be evacuated, residents have been returning

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sandbags which in the end, Further along the coast,

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the road is still closed after waves left debris strewn across the tarmac

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and a nature reserve has been damaged,

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after the seawater washed There is a lot of destruction

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in the short term, in terms of vertebrates that would have been

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killed and things like that, so food for the birds is going to be

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very scarce at the moment. Thankfully, it is expected to take

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not years, but months to get The coastal road at Clyde is due to

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open at some point tomorrow. This peer is due to open to the public

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tomorrow as well, repair work continuing. The West Brom Hinds B

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has more work to do before that will open but they are working as fast as

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they can to get everything back to normal.

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Charles Beardall is from the Environment Agency -

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a short time ago he told me how close we came to a major

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We came very close, actually, Stuart.

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If the surge tide had come and hit at the same time as the high tide,

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then it would have been significantly higher

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than it actually came in but it is because the surge got

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a bit out of sync with the high tide, that it came in lower

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And that's because of the wind, is it?

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It is because of the wind and the low pressure systems that

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come in over the North Sea, which are very, very

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And the weather was actually very volatile and changing all the time

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so anything could have happened but we were prepared for the worst

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I was in Great Yarmouth on Friday and 60 to 70% of those

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people who were asked to evacuate their

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homes, didn't do so. How concerned are you about that?

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I think that is very concerning because obviously,

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this one didn't go over the defences but as I was just saying,

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if the surge tide was at the same time as the normal high tide,

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exactly, then it would have gone over the defences and many

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properties would have actually flooded, so that is very

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concerning and we would advise to anybody who lives behind

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the defences in Great Yarmouth, that they do take the advice

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of the emergency services and evacuate their properties

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to a safe place when they are advised to.

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I know a lot of money has already been spent on sea defences.

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How well did they do on Friday? Very well.

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We have over 500 miles of sea defences around east Anglia alone.

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We maintain all of that and we have spent a lot of money over the last

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few years in making sure they are fit for purpose and not one

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of them breached during this event so I think that shows that it has

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been money well spent on our defences.

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There are something like 80,000 properties that are protected

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and communities up and down East Anglia by those defences

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and many of those would have flooded if they hadn't held up.

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No, it is not it at all, it could happen any time.

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It is all dependent on weather systems coming around

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the north of the country, particularly the big

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low-pressure systems that generate the surge tides.

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We actually have them very regularly during the winter but no one other

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than us really knows about them because they come at low

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tide and therefore have no significant impact.

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It was just like this last weekend when the surge coincides

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with the high tide and particularly spring tides, that is when we are

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likely to suffer the most damage. Thank you very much.

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A charity in Chelmsford is helping prisoners to stop reoffending

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when they're released - by getting them jobs.

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The latest figures show that more than half of inmates reoffend

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But Wingspan says it's confident that getting people back to work can

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This isn't just a job, it's a second chance.

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Nap served in the Prince of Wales Royal Regiment of Wales.

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After leaving the army, he found himself in trouble with the law.

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At the time, I wanted to change but there wasn't

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I sort of lead a military life and then to come back

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into normal society, I just couldn't adapt

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He spent time in Chelmsford prison, watching the revolving door

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of people leaving prison, only to be sent straight back.

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People are put onto the streets in the middle of winter

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I've been in prison with people who are terrified of leaving

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because they know they have got nothing to go to.

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They leave on a Friday and they will be back on the Monday.

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Whilst inside, Nap secured a job with Wingspan, a company that

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They give them jobs and help them adjust to life in the outside world.

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When you are in that place, it is actually very difficult

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to break the offending background, so we want to give them

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their self-esteem back, give them their self-worth back

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and we do that by giving them a full-time job.

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As well as former offenders, they aim to help those

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at risk of offending, the long-term unemployed

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The company, which is run as a not-for-profit social

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enterprise, believes that by employing former offenders,

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It costs a lot of money to actually keep someone in prison and we have

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found and there have been studies which have found that

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if you employee former offenders, they are less likely to reoffend

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and therefore end up back in prison again.

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Back on site, Nap believes that without Wingspan, he would never

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What would have happened to you, Nap, if this wasn't here?

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I probably would have gone back to doing what I did

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Wingspan are currently taking on more work and hoping to help more

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prisoners break the cycle of crime and punishment.

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An inquest has been told that a mother begged staff

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at Chelmsford Prison to keep her son on suicide watch.

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Dean Saunders - was found electrocuted in his cell a year ago.

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A nurse who was giving evidence this afternoon said Mr Saunders had

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told her he did not intend to harm himself.

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Instead of suicide watch he was monitored every half hour.

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Three possible options for a northern bypass for Ipswich

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The road - linking the A12 with the A14 -

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Now the County Council has published a study with details of three

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different routes from Martlesham to Claydon,

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from Woodbridge to Claydon and Melton to Needham Market.

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Some estimates have put the cost at about ?200 million.

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Still to come tonight - Julie with the weather.

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And in football - the former Spurs defender taking charge

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The National Health Service is under particular pressure at the moment

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with many people believing this winter is the toughest ever.

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Tonight three different snapshots - life on a busy Accident

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The hospital buying up beds in a care home to help

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And the Councils planning to raise taxes to pay for social care.

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This morning Sadie Nine presented the BBC Essex breakfast show

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from Colchester Hospital. Here's a flavour.

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This is brand-new and it says, "Help keep A for those

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With all the troubles in the NHS, BBC Essex decided to bring our

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breakfast show live from the A to see for ourselves.

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Sylvester was in the waiting room after falling at work.

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At 7am, we spoke to this doctor who had just come

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off his night shift and had been dealing with patients.

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All through the night, I've got a group of doctors

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It has been very tough but we have given it our best shot.

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Colchester Hospital has been in special measures, rated

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In the first few weeks of this year, they have experienced

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I have certainly been reviewing people in the back of ambulances

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as well over the New Year period when it would have been unsafe

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to offload any more people into the corridor.

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If there was anyone seriously ill, we would make sure that they got

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We have to categorise based on clinical need.

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Chief Executive Nick Hume has been working to turn things around

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after last year's inspections found some patients without pain relief

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I can assure the public and patients that the care has improved.

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But the important thing is for me is that we don't concentrate

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on getting out of special measures, the most important thing

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is that we improve the care that we give to our patients,

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the support that we give to families and carers and the consequence

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of which will be to get out of special measures.

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There is a lack of doctors and nurses with roles going unfilled

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But after being stretched to the brink at the start

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of this year, today, this hospital seems to be coping.

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It's been quite quiet and our callers have

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been mainly positive, but there have been one

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or two who said they had to have their operations

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cancelled once again. Still work to be done.

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Experts say so-called bed blocking is one of the main reasons

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that hospitals are under so much pressure.

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Older people can't leave hospital because they can't find a place

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in a care home or they can't get a care package to help them go home.

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Ian Barmer now on one possible solution in Suffolk.

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Ethel is making a cup of tea, all under the watchful eye

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of an occupational therapist, at the Glastonbury Care Home

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of an occupational therapist, at the Glastonbury Court Care Home

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in Bury St Edmunds. Ethel was in the West Suffolk

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Hospital but instead of going home, she has been sent here.

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The hospital has bought 20 care home beds and staffed them

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It moves patients out of the wards and frees up space.

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This is a much better environment for these patients.

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They are out of hospital, it provides an opportunity for them

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to return to normal life, recover, have a little

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bit of rehabilitation or optimisation, before plans

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So it is all about moving people through the system, is that right?

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It is and it is very important that people move through the system.

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The A department at the West Suffolk Hospital.

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If elderly people are blocking beds, people here cannot be admitted.

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The care homes scheme in Bury St Edmunds is just one small

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part of major changes across the NHS over the next few years.

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It is all being done under the banner of sustainability

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and transformation plans, or STPs, for short.

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Across the east, there are seven STPs, roughly covering

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They will see the NHS collaborate with local councils

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And it means new ways will have to be found to deliver that care.

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A key theme - the reorganisation of hospitals.

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In Essex, Southend, Broomfield and Basildon hospitals

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Bedford, the Luton and Dunstable and Milton Keynes could

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In Cambridgeshire, there's the merger of Peterborough

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The other key theme - moving people out of hospitals

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for treatment in the community, like the initiative in Bury St Edmund.

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It's brilliant, the personal care, they have got everything.

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One thing is clear, with an ageing population,

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the pressure to make changes in the health and care

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A lot of those pressures on the NHS are connected to the huge strain

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And that is down to combination of funding cuts, increased staff

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costs and a growth in demand as our population gets older.

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The Government's given local councils permission to put up

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Council Tax this year to provide extra funding for the service

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Andrew Sinclair is here and it looks as if councils are doing that?

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The new budgets are starting to be published and every Council seems to

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be putting apps Council Tax. Mainly to support social care. Over the

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weekend, Norfolk said it was looking at a 4.8% increase, about an extra

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?57. Both Essex and Suffolk have announced plans for a 3% tax

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increase, although Essex saying the extra money raised will just pay for

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about 12 days extra social care. Social care needs

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a fundamental redesign. The government needs to look

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at the funding for local government And this pressure on social care

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is only going to increase, isn't it? The population is getting older as

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you said and more papal than ever before will turn 70 this year. More

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money for social care is one option and there is a big campaign

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happening about that but councils are accepting increasingly they have

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to look at things differently. That is why there is a lot of interest in

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what is going on in West Suffolk. Norfolk County Council are talking

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about redrawing the whole way they provide social care.

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And on Inside Out tonight David Whiteley will be looking

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at the challenges facing GPs in this region.

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And he finds out how some surgeries are being taken over by private

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That's Inside Out tonight at 7.30pm on BBC1.

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Time for sport now and with news of a new man in the hot seat

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at Northampton Town, here's James Burridge.

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Welcome to Sixfields in Northampton and displays got used to a fair

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share of success last season. They got promotion to League 2. Rob page

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lasted only eight months until he was sacked last week. A new man at

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the helm, Justin Edinburgh, a familiar face around these parts.

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Justin Edinburgh whose managerial career took off at Rushden

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Diamonds five years ago, now hoping the grass is a little

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I think if I could have the same impact that I did at Diamonds,

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then I think the crowd and the people of Northampton

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The last man here, Rob Page, suffered really under

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the shadow of Chris Wilder, who brought them promotion,

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so what do you need to do, Justin, to reinvigorate this team?

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To stamp my style of play, I think I have spoken...

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People have spoken about formations and I think it is a difficult one,

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coming midway through a season, to try and make players

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play in a formation that perhaps doesn't suit them.

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So I think we have to pick a formation for the players but also

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He will need to instil a little steel as well.

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The Cobblers ran out of puff against Scunthorpe on Saturday,

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conceding the winner in the last few minutes.

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We are going to raise the morale, the confidence.

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But I see a good sign this morning in trading.

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Very good vibe, real intensity to training.

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They are scared stiff of you, aren't they?

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But we want competition for places and an honesty and a trust.

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With the Cobblers just five points above the N1 clash

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with MK Dons this Saturday, Justin Edinburgh is keen to produce

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The profession continues to grow on the Norwich boss Alex Neil after

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another defeat on Saturday. Paul Lambert return this weekend with

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Wolves. Can Alex Neil survive? If they lose to Wolves,

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with Paul Lambert in charge, with Carrow Road as noisy

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and as toxic as it will be if Norwich do lose, then

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it is going to get more and more difficult for anybody at Carrow Road

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to justify keeping him in the job. But we have been here before,

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we thought that before The man everyone is talking about at

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Ipswich Town at the moment is Tom Lawrence. The focus is on Tuesday

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night at Lincoln, third-round replay. He played an important part

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in that game. Tom Lawrence is making a happy

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habit of goals like this. COMMENTATOR: Glorious effort.

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Quite remarkable goal. He's now scored seven in all,

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including both goals against non-league

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Lincoln in the FA Cup. Lawrence is on loan from

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Premier League champions Leicester, His all-round performances

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have been good, as well. Unfortunately, that goes unnoticed

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when you're not scoring goals. You add goals to performances,

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and of course everybody's waxing lyrical about him,

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and where he's going to go and where he's not going to go.

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How much he'll cost. He is our player to the end

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of the season - I'm delighted. Former MK Dons defender

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Jordan Spence signed today. And 6'6" Kieffer Moore

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from Forest Green. The striker has played

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with Lawrence before. Did you know he could

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strike a ball like that? Obviously, we were

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together at Yeovil. He used to do it day in,

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day out in training. Neither of Ipswich's new signings

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are eligible to play in tomorrow's's replay,

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when Town will look to avoid Top six is looking

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out of their reach. Too good to get dragged

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into a relegation battle, in my opinion, so it's more

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about now sort of seeing a bit of light at the end of the tunnel.

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A bit more entertainment value for the fans.

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A little cup run wouldn't go amiss. Ipswich were given a real scare

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against Lincoln the last time. He's desperate to avoid a repeat

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tomorrow, with a home draw Some Formula 1 news, Mercedes in

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Northampton shire were last year's constructors champions and that was

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Nico Rosberg Duan the Championship and then retired. They are looking

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for Valtteri Bottas, hoping he could be a driver for the future.

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Looking at a slightly, week of weather this week? After the drama

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of last week, it should be much more settled this week. High pressure in

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charge keeping it fine and dry. The difficulty will be judging the cloud

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and how much sunshine we will get. On the satellite picture, the cloud,

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best breaks in the east but eventually they spread to most

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places. A lot of clear sky. We will see cloud feeding down from the

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north and perhaps a couple of showers but largely dry. Underneath

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a clearer skies, we could see temperatures as low as minus one

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Celsius. Looking at a frost across a lot of the region. Light winds which

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could mean patchy fog. Tomorrow morning, some frost and fog and it

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looks like a largely dry day with a good deal of sunshine. Potential for

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some or cloud in the north and north west but it could be fairly well

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broken. Temperatures really struggling. It will feel quite

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chilly. We hold on to light winds and it looks like the dry conditions

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will continue through Tuesday evening into Tuesday night and

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Wednesday. Tuesday night looking very cold. Wednesday, high pressure

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in charge, this weather frontage stayed to the north so after the

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frosty start, it should be a fine and dry day with potential for quite

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a bit of sunshine. The north and north west will perhaps see some

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thicker cloud and drizzle. Struggling to get a few degrees

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above freezing. Perhaps the change on Thursday. High pressure in charge

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but the weather front may drift southwards and so we will see more

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cloud. They could be a little bit of drizzle. But we may see some

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brightness and sunshine. Thursday is looking a cloudy day at the moment

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with temperatures perhaps a little closer to average, around seven

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Celsius. There is a lot of uncertainty about the amounts of

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cloud right the way through the week but at the moment, Friday is looking

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cloudier although we cannot rule out a little bit brightness and sunshine

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and temperatures a couple of degrees higher than the beginning of the

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week. It looks like that weather will continue into next weekend so

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largely dry and settled but always a lot of cloud around and some

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brightness and sunshine and mainly chilly.

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We will see you tomorrow night, good night.

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