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Hello and welcome to Look East with Stewart and me.

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The headlines tonight, from Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk: The region's

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biggest train operator sells 40% of the Greater Anglia franchise

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We explain what it means for passengers.

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This dog walker from Suffolk says she warned her local council

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about the dangerous state of the cliffs, just two days

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One of our heritage hotspots has got it licked.

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And tonight's big TV match sees Ipswich Town trying again to get

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It's been announced today that a Japanese investor has agreed

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to take a 40% stake in the main rail service in this region.

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The train operator Abellio says the partnership with Mitsui

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will lead to "significant improvements" for passengers.

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But the surprise announcement was criticised by unions

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who said it made a "mockery" of the Government's

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You may remember that Abellio won a nine-year franchise

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to run the Anglia line into London Liverpool

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Abellio is committed to an ambitious upgrade of the service,

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including faster journey times and new carriages.

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It's emerged tonight that the Government has

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Let's get the full details now from our business

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It was only last week that an Italian firm said it was buying

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the c2c commuter franchise in Essex from National Express

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This time a Japanese firm buying a big chunk

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In the's a deal that comes at a critical time

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It is only three months since the Dutch firm Abellio started

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It was won on the back of a promise to transform services in Essex,

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Suffolk and Norfolk through a ?1.4 billion investment.

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A completely new fleet of trains will be introduced with the aim

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of cutting average journey times by 10%.

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Hundreds of carriages will be made in this yard in Derby.

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The company Abellio is selling a stake to is Mitsui,

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a Japanese conglomerate with interests in everything

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Abellio won't say how much Mitsui is paying for it's 40% stake,

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but this will be the first time a Japanese company

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will be a shareholder in a British rain company.

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It makes a mockery of the tendering process because tendering processes

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are quite tough and they must satisfy safety grounds, customer

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We have got this company who's coming out of the blue,

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never been in the process and suddenly they are buying

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Sports Direct getting involved in the train industry?

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Japan's rail system is best known for it's 200 mile

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Unfortunately for local commuters, there's no chance of any

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Abellio says Mitsui was the best partner to help transform

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Its promises include introducing regular 90-minute

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services between Norwich and Liverpool Street,

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all passengers will care about is whether such

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So, Richard, why does Abellio want to sell such a big

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Well, you need to remember that when Abellio first pitch for this

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franchise it did so as part of the joint bid with another transport

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company called Stagecoach. Stagecoach pulled out of the bed and

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Abellio ploughed on on their own and won the franchise. It is now saying

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that it was always it is intention and wish to be part of a

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joint-venture. Basically you have got to bear in mind that when you

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are running a major franchise like this over nine years, there are huge

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risks and being part of a joint ventures breads those risks. --

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spreads. Should we be concerned that this

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company Mitsui was not part of the bidding process

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considering it now owns 40% I think that is a fair point. Their

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own mind, the Government was unaware of this Japanese interest before it

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awarded the franchise, but bearing mind Abellio is still in charge. It

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still owns 60% of the company and is still in charge of the operations of

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the company. All terms and conditions of this new franchise

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will have to be met otherwise the operators will be in hot water.

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Mitsui is being vetted by the Department for Transport and the

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Government act to put out a statement to light saying that it

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would only approve this partial sale once both parties have satisfied us

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that passengers will benefit from it. They were, basically checks are

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being made to ensure that Mitsui is a fit and proper partner for

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Abellio. A dog walker from Suffolk has told

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Look East that she had contacted her local council

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about the dangerous state of the cliffs at Thorpe Ness

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two days before a man was killed. Maggie Scorer told Suffolk Coastal

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Council about the dangers the day before the tidal surge

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threatened to overwhelm I was just amazed

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and horrified at the Maggie Scorer often walks her dog

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Oscar along the speech. Maggie Scorer often walks her dog

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Oscar along this beach. After noticing the clips

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are being severely eroded, This was the day before Friday's

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high tide, two days before I rang the council and reported my

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concern and said that my point view unless something

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was done, either putting a cordon to stop people going above and also

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below, and certainly big signs to warn people about the dangers,

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tragedy would happen. It is on Saturday that the cliff

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collapsed, burying the man under tonnes

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of clay and sand. Despite 40 people desperately trying

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to dig him out, he was found Just three weeks ago,

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there were 12 metres of clifftop between this

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park bench and the sea. This cordon and signs have been

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erected warning of the dangers, but there are still no

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signs on the beach. The council says it

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notified the landowner. I have spoken to the landowner

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who didn't want to go on camera, he said he had spoken

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to the family concerned. They are desperately

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upset and he didn't want to add to their trauma, but he has

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said that there were signs here before warning of the dangers

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and he plans to put them back. I think it is important

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to have signs on the beach now especially that the tides

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are coming in higher than they used to because of the changes

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in beach profile. People have been forced to walk

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near the cliffs at higher tides. You just have to be careful

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and he was unlucky, Maggie Scorer just wishes action

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could have been taken to Tonight, he still hasn't

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been officially named. His inquest is due

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to be opened shortly. Police have released images

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of the final two people who were in Bury St Edmunds

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at the same time Corrie The airman from RAF Honington

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disappeared after a night out Officers say these could be

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potential witnesses. Essex has become the latest county

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to announce an increase in council tax to help pay

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for adult social care. Bills will be going up by 3%,

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which will mean an extra ?35 pounds But many people in the care

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industry believe it will be After the last minimum-wage

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increase, it's really So that goes up, our utility bills

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go up, our mortgage goes up, but yet Essex County

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rates don't go up. Care home manager Ryan

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telling it how it is. Essex County Council leader

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David Finch has come to visit front-line care

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workers in Colchester. Money is incredibly tight

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in the care sector and there Where are residents expected to go

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when care homes close? They can't possibly

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live on their own. And carers coming in two or three

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times a day is not the answer. The answer to is that is that

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I don't have a short answer. My ask for both residents

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and indeed care home providers is join us

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that lobbying of Government to get Government to recognise it needs to

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I said it earlier on, 22% of my population

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The number of 85 year olds is doubling.

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This is a disaster waiting to happen.

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There is little Essex County Council can do to improve the look

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There is a growing black hole for care that

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councils like Essex are struggling to fill.

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For this coming year, they are having to make ?106 million

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And that is because central Government has been

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As well as the financial pressure of a

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And this year, more than ever people will turn 70.

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The only thing Essex County Council can do is raise

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The 3% rise in April will bring in ?17 million, but that

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will only cover this year's wage increases for care workers.

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Money is not the answer to everything.

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We will continue to work with our suppliers,

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If a care home goes bust, that does not suit us at all.

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We will continue to work with how we innovate.

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The crisis in care was never going to be

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solved with this budget and Conservative administration says it

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next month with their majority at full council.

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Armed police are still in the village of Crowfield

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near Ipswich investigating concerns about the welfare of a man

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They were called last night and are trying to talk to the man.

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They say there are no other people involved.

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The police helicopter has also been in the area.

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Stone Street is currently sealed off at the junction with Ipswich Road,

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In football, some transfer news tonight.

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The Norwich City defender Martin Olsson is going to Swansea

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The clubs have agreed a fee of around ?4 million.

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People living in Essex were urged today to have their say over

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The section which links Braintree to the A12 is seen as an important

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Today, a public consultation period was launched into five possible

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Another busy day on the A120. Although described by one leader bys

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resembling nothing more than a country lane, it is one of the main

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arteries in the east. It links stance of airport to the docks in

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Felixstowe. As well as being one of the most important roads, it is also

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one of the most congested. It is suffered severe underinvestment for

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years. A lot of it is still single carriageway. It is a very important

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day because it is what we're calling a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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Now people are being asked to their views for plans to build a better

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road. From Braintree up until Marks Tay, a dual carriageway can take one

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of these five possible routes. Our key is it that this road is

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upgraded? Absolutely key. In addition to seeking genuine

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consultation about the route that it should take, what we are also asking

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is for the communities back the idea of the principal venue link between

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Braintree and the eight well. It is vital to the trunk network system

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that serves Essex and the surrounding communities. More

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businesses will go up. It will be attracted to create jobs and people

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to live here. Existing road is costing businesses money. You can

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have orders that are delayed, people missing or being held up for

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appointments, it is not just the time that is lost, it is the costs.

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It is hoped the Government will find the money the next five years or so.

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Not everyone will support the plan or the routes proposed. It

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inevitably will mean a lot of countryside. -- a loss of

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countryside. You're watching Look East

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with Stewart and me. Stay with us for the story behind

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the Royal Mail's new stamps. We're looking ahead to Lincoln

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against Ipswich in the FA Cup. And how a satellite from this region

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will be helping to improve Time is running out for people

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who want to have their say over plans for a new nuclear power

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station in Suffolk. French energy giant EDF wants

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to build a new type of reactor Sizewell C would be the biggest

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civil engineering project ever It would take up

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to ten years to build The second round of

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public consultation ends Our environment reporter

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Richard Daniel has been looking A world-renowned nature reserve that

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sits cheek by jowl to Sizewell. The project of the massive construction

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site nearby is causing concern. From that, potential

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to disturbed birds in the non-breeding season,

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in the winter, but also in their breeding territories

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if there is too much noise, impact on the water levels,

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that could potentially affect their EDF say they are carrying out

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surveys, but will not release detailed information until the final

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stages. The building was a huge project, but with its twin reactors,

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the building of Sizewell C would be on a completely different scale.

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This is the existing site. It was objectively double its size. Added

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to that, construction elements. There is an accommodation campus for

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2400 workers. This is where part of the campus accommodation as EDF is

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proposing is likely to be. Our position all along has been in order

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for the region to benefit truly and for the local community's impact to

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be reduced, it would be much more effective to split the campus

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accommodation into more urban settings. Right next to the site

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lies side well marshes. It is described as irreplaceable. A lot of

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it would be loss of the road was built. A lot of that is of a

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significant concern. We would also begin certain about the wider

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platform build. The rating ground water through the more. We have our

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moral and ethical right to minimise disruption and we accept there will

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be disruption. There is a lot of benefits to be brought by this

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project images up to us to get the balance in terms of minimising it

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but also getting the benefits. Conservationists say that at this

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stage they don't have sufficient information to get an understanding

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of what the impact will be. It is clear now that there is plenty at

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stake. A flint mine in Norfolk which dates

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back 5,000 years is being featured in a new set of postage stamps

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from the Royal Mail. In its heyday, Grime's Graves

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was of national significance. The prehistoric site

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near Thetford has been preserved It's one of several images

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of Ancient Britain to be It looks like a lunar landscape,

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the grass covered craters are what remain of more than 350 mineshafts

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excavated between 3000 and 2000 BC. Miners used antlers

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for picks in the hunt Miners used antlers for picks

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in the hunt for rich seams of flint The miners at Grimes Graves

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at this historic site now Despite the name, there

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are no bodies buried here. This is the only Neolithic

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flint mine in Britain that opens to visitors and for school

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parties, it's the perfect history At Glade Primary in

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Knappers Way Brandon, and their teacher who took

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a school trip to the site. They visit filmed by

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English Heritage including a I had lots of people

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who were there and my friends were encouraging me to go

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down there and not be scared, but I Once you go down, you see

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all these kind of flint rocks When I go down there,

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it was like my room They thought that Flint was really

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special and they could make weapons The ancient house

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Museum in Thetford has original artefacts from Grimes

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Graves including this large slab of dark, glossy Flint

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and this replica acts. It's beautiful natural science

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as well as being of very great And you can go down the shafts,

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the mineshafts, following in the footsteps of the Neolithic miners

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and you can get a real sense of what A very atmospheric,

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evocative and wonderful site. Grime's Graves comes

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out of the shadows tonight is one of eight ancient

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Britain's stamps available from Amazing pictures and the kids were

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so enthusiastic. Next, how our region is helping

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to improve the accuracy Yes, a satellite made in Stevenage

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will be the first to measure wind The Aeolus satellite

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is about to head for France for testing before being

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launched into orbit. In Greek mythology, Aeolus

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was the keeper of the winds. Now, it's the world's

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first ever satellite designed to study the Earth's wind

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patterns from space. It's going to collect more data

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in one week than we have It's been built in a clean room

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at Airbus to keep its glaze is It shines it through the atmosphere

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and a telescope picked up the reflections of that

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signal from the dust particles and the aerosols

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in From this, we concede

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the wind speed throughout At the minute we don't measure

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of the wind in this way, we just use weather balloons that pop up

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in individual points and radio songs There are huge parts

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of the planet where we actually This will make it

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much more accurate. It means that there

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will be actual data rather than estimated data and that

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should feed into more accurate Aeolus works by firing

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a laser into the atmosphere It's reflected back

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by molecules and clouds, that at a subtly different frequency

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in what is called the It is the difference between these

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two signals that gives This satellite which weighs

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about the same as a Mini is going to be travelling

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around the Earth at 27,000 When in its three-year

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life span it will orbit There is all sorts of

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fundamental building blocks to making a weather forecast,

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but none really more important than But the wind is a really

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complicated thing. It varies very dramatically

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as you go up through What we can do with the satellite

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is just get a much broader image and we needed know

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what the winds are doing right now to be able to predict

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the weather in the future. The data that Aeolus sends

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back could lead to a breakthrough in our understanding

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of the Earth's climate. The big football match

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on the TV tonight is the FA Cup Third Round replay

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between Lincoln City It's on Match of the Day

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at eight o'clock. The studio line-up tonight includes

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Ipswich legend Terry Butcher. How I do Terry? This could be a

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banana skin, couldn't it? It could well be. Mick McCarthy's team have

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not won two games in succession this season they would have to win to

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play Brighton in the next round of the cup. As was in the first game,

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Lincoln are a very good side frame National League team. A good number

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of Ipswich Town fancier. They are buoyant, they have not lost at home,

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they are a really good run. How important is to knight in far as

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Mick McCarthy is concerned? Ipswich has gone out in the third round of

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the cup over the last seven years, so it would be no shock if they do

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go out, but it would be an absolute shocker they do go out to National

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League opposition. The budget is around half a million mark whereas

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Ipswich is considerably higher. They have got ambitions themselves. When

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you look at the weight of the teams have played, there was no difference

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between the sides. Lincoln was the better team. I expect them to come

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out fighting because they know and a lot of the players know that Mick

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McCarthy and their job is might be on the line if they go out. With a

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very different state of affairs when you were there and things were going

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so well. Yes, is so long ago. Remember playing against Bradford

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and we drew a home to them and they were in the bottom division then we

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went up to another team and we had to battle hard to win the replay. It

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was a will have two battle very hard to win the replay today. If Tom

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Lawrence can get on the ball, do against Lincoln and two against the

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other team, then it will be very tough. A very old-fashioned cup ties

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just like the old days. Does it matter to the club whether they stay

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in the cup? Should they beat concentrating on the league? Any win

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is a great win for Ipswich Town's point of view. The win against

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Blackburn was great for three points. A win tonight will take them

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through. A win is a win and when you are Ipswich's position, any kind of

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win is a moral boost and a huge boost to the club. They will be

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looking to just make progress and win a football match. It all breeds

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confidence. Ipswich has some really hard matches coming up, but we every

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team in the top nine. If they get through this, they have to play

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Brighton as well who are playing very well. This is going to be as

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tough as a championship match, if not tougher. What will be the final

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school? I think you will go to extra time. So, it could be 1-1, it could

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be won - whatever. I've got my fingers crossed for Ipswich.

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Brilliant. Amazing how a bit of January start

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to Lee Mack Sunshine lift the spirits. Here are some is on the

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water. A reflection of sunshine and blue sky. Plenty of sunshine in

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Frinton on Sea. If this does not help you feel a bit better,

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hopefully this little chap wealth soaking up the winter sunshine. This

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was the Norfolk coast. What a fantastic photograph. Today we have

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had high pressure. That has kept is largely fine. This weather front has

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been away to the north-west. The closer you word that front, the more

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cloud you saw. Over the last few hours, this cloud has cleared away

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for a time being. Under these clear skies, we've already got loads of

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minus 12 minus two. Overnight tonight, a fairly widespread frost.

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-- minus one or minus two. Thicker cloud coming down from the west. A

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big question mark about how quickly this cloud will spread in. It may

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produce a bit of drizzle, but most will be staying dry. Once the cloud

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arrives, we will see the temperature is rising again. By the end of the

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night, we could be a degree or so above freezing again. We will hold

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onto light winds. Tomorrow, high pressure in charge. That front sits

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to the north of us. The Linux sits west to east. It doesn't look like

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that will generate more cloud and push it down further south. For many

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of us, it will be a cloudy day compared to today. It will thin and

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break at times. This out these in corner, we are expecting the best of

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the brightness. Temperatures at best, well, I think about three and

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five Celsius. We will hold onto light winds. The largely dry

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conditions will continue into tomorrow evening. Thicker cloud will

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produce a bit of patchy rain and drizzle here and there. That is

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Wednesday. Some of this seeing more sunshine than others, but generally

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more cloud around. Thursday and Friday, question marks over how much

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cloud will be there. Pressure keeping it largely fine and dry.

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Both days will be largely cloudy. Best chance of any sunshine in the

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south. Debra disclosed to average. We may lose the frost overnight. We

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may see the return of frost on Saturday night for some of us under

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clear skies. Thank you very much. That is all from us. Having evening.

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Goodbye. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability... The Constitution

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of the United States...

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