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Hello and welcome to Look East. so it's goodbye from me,

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In the programme tonight: What Brexit means for companies

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Employers from this region have been telling Mps of their concerns.

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The flexibility of having no restrictions on employing people to

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pick up crops has meant that we have grown 500% since then.

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admits to failings over the death of Dean Saunders in a prison health

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All aboard the East Suffolk line: the MP calling for more investment

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on one of the prettiest railways in the region.

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And after non-league Lincoln City dump Ipswich Town

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Town legend Terry Butcher is scathing.

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They should be having an autopsy on the way they played over the two

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games, simply I am embarrassed. Pick out the carcass and pick something

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from the carcass, that was an utter disgrace.

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First tonight, some of the region's big employers go to Westminster

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to ask for guarantees on migrant labour after Brexit.

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They say many businesses will struggle to survive

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if foreign workers aren't allowed to come here.

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the number of applications from mainland Europe

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The details from our political correspondent

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Whether it is harvesting crops, picking fruit or working in her care

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homes, the region has always been reliant on overseas workers, which

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is why many employers are worried. Today in Parliament, some of them

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laid out the case. The director of the company from Caley which employs

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to have thousands seasonal workers across the fence. We absolutely will

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not be able to operate without access to the European Union. The

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owner of a chain of fruit farms in Suffolk. Having no restrictions on

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employing people to pick our crops meant that we have grown 500%. The

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boss of the Cambridge care from. Many employees come from the Eastern

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European markets, and we will struggle in terms of recruitment.

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The message, the future supply of migrant labour is at risk because of

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Brexit. The free movement is replaced by these as our complicated

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paperwork it will put up costs and could discourage staff. Already

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there are signs that your workers no longer want to work here,

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applications to work for these as half this year. They do not feel

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welcome, most of these people are set up homes here, some of them send

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money back, but generally speaking they are worried about the future of

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their families and if there are opportunities to go elsewhere where

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they have more security and are more welcoming than the other looking at

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that. There will still be people coming to the United Kingdom from

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the EU when we leave. The Prime Minister spoke again today about the

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importance of migrant labour post Brexit. She also wants to guarantee

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the rights of EU migrants already living here. But these are all

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things Apple needs to negotiated. For now there is uncertainty in the

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message from the region's employers was pleased and that uncertainty as

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soon as possible. We are going to have to be patient,

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it could take at least a couple of years to find out what will happen.

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The government see we know we need migrant labour in the fields and in

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care homes and people make sure we get them after Brexit and make it as

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easy as possible for them to come but remember, this is a negotiation

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we are about to go into. The negotiation with 27 other countries

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and the EU commission. We don't how easy it will be to negotiate this or

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what they will ask for in return. Any country that has anything to do

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with EU will have to be patient and learn to cope with uncertainty.

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Why don't these companies use more UK workers?

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That is something the MPs asked today. One is the wages are very

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low, and the other reason is that in an area like ours which has very low

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unemployment it is very hard finding English people actually want to work

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in the care sector or farming sector. The box group say they got

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through tough on people just to find 50 fruit pickers.

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The governor at Chelmsford Prison and the boss of the company

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which runs its health care have been giving evidence at the inquest

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Dean Saunders died after managers decided to take him off a constant

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watch regime and decided to check on him every half an hour instead.

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Even after Dean Saunders had ended with his brother and father with a

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knife during a paranoid episode at his parents house in Basildon his

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family are still adamant that he should have been sent not to a

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prison but to a secure mental health unit and that view was held by a

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number of witnesses at the inquest. They ate of the inquest, Dean

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Saunders's pennants and his partner Clare have had to sit through

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disturbing evidence. The 22-year-old died in January last year after

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allegedly himself with in -- with an television card in his cell. Within

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days of arriving he was taken off suicide watch. Health care in the

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prison is operated by health care UK, and the inquest held that none

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of the team who made the decision to take Dean Ofwat was medically

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qualified. Kerry gave's senior manager had taken part. Today the

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Company's medical director said this was unacceptable, it was a potential

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conflict of interest. Care UK she said as since in the procedures and

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now a clinician must be part of the team. A clinical review into Dean

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Saunders's death has outlined a lack of leadership supervision and

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support and in her opinion as a former prison GP Doctor Bromley said

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she felt Dean should not have been in prison, he was clearly unwell and

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it was not the right place to be. The jury had previously heard from

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two prison officers and a nurse of concerns that prisoners were taken

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off constant watch because it was cheaper. Earlier a frantic

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psychiatrist who assessed the now four days before he died stored the

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inquest he was in a place of safety but noted that without treatment his

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mental state was likely to deteriorate. Dean had not been able

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to call his family while on remand, Stephen Rodwell who became governor

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149 after his death said that was a failure. He said the prison had a

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duty of care to ensure prisoners could speak to their families. The

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review into Dean Saunders's death said it was both predictable and

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preventable, and nobody tells a prison and care UK say they are

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making changes but one year on a number of those recommendations have

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yet to be carried out. One of the biggest hospitals

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in the region has come out The Care Quality Commission says

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significant improvements have been made at Addenbrooke's Hospital

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in Cambridge thanks to In 18 months it has has moved

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'from inadequate' to 'good". 18 months ago, the diagnosis of

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Addenbrooke's Hospital. Delays in outpatient treatments meant patients

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were being put at risk, losses it was said have lost their grip on the

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basics. 18 months on and inspectors have praised new managers, staffing

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levels have risen, waiting times for outpatients have dropped and the

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care provided is outstanding. The large bulk of recommendations from

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the sea QC which were all very fair related to think that we needed to

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crack on and straightaway so for example the higher than acceptable

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levels of nitrous oxide in maternity graphics immediately. There were a

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smallish -- smaller number of actions that were longer templating

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to the culture of the organisation. Addenbrooke's was and remains one of

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the world's most renowned hospitals so when it fell from grace in 2015

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it took everyone by surprise. Not least the 900,000 patients it sees

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every year. Huge improvements have been made, but its Achilles heel

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remains its chronic shortage of beds and how it responds to rising

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patient numbers. There is only so much the hospital can do, if it can

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identify where the blockages are unsure it is taking action to get

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patients discharged safely is possible when there was nothing more

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the hospital can do, they cannot control the number of patients

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arriving in the emergency department. Patients like Keith who

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depend on available beds. It has been one month since he was admitted

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with an aortic aneurysm. You don't expect a 4-star hotel, everything

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has been more than satisfactory. But I would not be year without the NHS.

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Would not be here -- I would not be here without the NHS. There is still

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work to be done to ensure people like he's enjoying a good level of

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care. Bosses need to cut waiting times and improve children's

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services, something they need to do to avoid losing your good rating.

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You're watching Look East from the BBC.

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Coming up, Chris will be here with the weather.

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And a million miles from the main line.

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Mike Liggins explores one of the backwaters

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Ipswich has today been named as one of the government's

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The Education Secretary, Justine Greening, announced

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the extension of a programme targeting areas where its felt

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young people are failing to reach their potential.

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was one of the first six areas to be announced.

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Now Ipswich has been added to the list,

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which also includes Fenland and East Cambridgeshire.

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is designed to improve social mobility.

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Two months ago, this high school was celebrating a rising Ofstead rating

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the drug -- from requires improvement too good. The government

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says that every school is improving. It is giving ?6 million to schools

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in Ipswich to raise aspirations in academic performance. It is one of

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six new opportunity areas including the fans and the imager. There are a

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significant areas which are do you like the opportunities that other

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communities can provide and this is a great chance for our students and

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origins of Ipswich to get the leg up they need to get that equity and the

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chance to do things that other children get to do. Each opportunity

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area will have a research school to share the latest ideas and best

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practice. Money will be spent on creating apprenticeships, developing

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links with universities and colleges, as well as building

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relationships with employers. Last October the Education Secretary

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Justin Greening was in Norwich after naming the city among the first

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round of opportunity areas. She spoke to look is that the time. It

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is vital that we leave no stone unturned to find out what it will

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take to be able to have their name in -- aiming high and going along

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way in their lives be teaching union said...

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The project aims to improve social mobility inside and outside the

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classroom. Giving children in Suffolk opportunities they may never

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have had before. Unemployment in the UK

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has continued to fall - Figures out today show the East

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was one of only two English regions to see a rise in the number

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of people out of work Over to our business correspondent

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Richard Bond, Richard. Susie until recently the region's

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jobs market appeared As the graph shows the unemployment

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total went into a steady decline after reaching 213,000

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five years ago. But having touched 112,000

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in the spring of last year Today's figures showed it

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at 145,000, a jump of 22,000 A question I put to the woman

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in charge of job centres across Cambridgeshire,

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Suffolk and Norfolk. We have certainly seen no increases

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in large job losses across East Anglia so it is a bit of a mystery

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that one of the influences might be that universal credit is being

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rolled out in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, it is part of a national

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pilot and this is where our customers, our job-seekers, would

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remain with us while they are employed so that we are helping them

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get long-term sustainable planet or perhaps a pay increase that makes

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them independent and free of benefits but those customers would

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certainly be included in the unemployed figure that you are

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pointing to. The other one figures compiled by the Office for National

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Statistics, which pointed another likely influence on the numbers.

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Over the last few years we have seen the state pension age increased from

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60 to 65 and eventually 66 and this has the effect of people staying in

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the labour market longer and has an effect on the number of women

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looking for work when they are older, which increases the number of

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unemployed. The government say we should not be too much into recent

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figures, it will become clear in the next few months about whether recent

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prices are sustainable. Later in the programme, they can

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make in big trouble. But first this week we've been

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taking a close look at plans by EDF to build a new nuclear power station

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on the Suffolk coast at Sizewell. Yesterday we reported

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on the environmental impact. there would be a contractors

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compounds over here and accommodation for 2,400

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workers just over here. But what does all

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that mean for roads In a moment Mike Liggins on a call

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for investment on the railway line. But first our environment

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reporter Richard Daniel on the transport challenges

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for the area around Sizewell. Middleton Moor on a winter's

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morning, an idyllic scene It sits on the B1122,

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the main route for Sizewell traffic. EDF estimates nearly 5000 vehicles

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pass by here each day, the construction of Sizewell C

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could had another 2000. Plans to improve the road's junction

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at Yoxford and introduce new speed EDF are talking about putting 1500

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trucks per day down this road, that is 100 an hour down

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a little country road. Now to give you a sense of scale,

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there are sections of motorway in this country that don't take that

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number of HGVs. EDF points to the Hinkley C project

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in Somerset where contract worth ?460 million have

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already been placed. It says Sizewell C would bring

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similar economic benefits. But that could also mean an extra

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1300 vehicles per day passing This hazardous corner in Farnham may

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have to be widened or Farnham and neighbouring Strafford St Andrew

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could be bypassed. His caravan business

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relies on passing trade. Massive implications,

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I don't think we really know what those implications are until it

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actually happens but it is a little bit late then,

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we are as seasonal business, that relies on passing traffic,

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we've been here since the 60s and we would like to see it

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continue like that. EDF is proposing to park and ride

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sites at Wickham Market and Darsham. And up to five freight train Friday,

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possibly on a new track built That would mean upgrades

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to the east Suffolk line One users group is lobbying

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for a second Railtrack to be being stated between

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Saxe Munden and Woodbridge. We do want to see a better

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infrastructure on and if EDF are willing to pay part of the cost

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of improving the infrastructure then EDF say Sizewell C would bring

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significant benefits to the local economy but campaigners say not

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at any price. The battle lines are

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already being drawn. And just a word on our

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Sizewell coverage tomorrow. We're looking at

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the social pressures And we'll be talking

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to Jim Crawford, Meanwhile plans to invest more money

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on the East Suffolk line were discussed at Westminster today

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in a debate called by The line runs from Lowestoft

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to Ipswich and also includes towns like Halesworth,

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Woodbridge and Felixstowe. So, who uses it and does

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it deserve more money? We put Mike Liggins

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on the train at Lowestoft. The 907 from Lowestoft to switch

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calling at stations in between. The east Suffolk line is successful

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and people who use it love it. Today there were locals on the way

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to work, tourists out for the day Since the line increased

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to an hourly service we have seen passenger numbers,

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passenger journeys It works really well for me

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and I use it once a week, I particularly like the service

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from the conductors. I have been travelling on it for 50

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years I suppose, all my life, I have come to love it and it offers

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a tremendous contrast the scenery and landscape,

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it is a friendly little line. So passenger numbers are good

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but some say the line As our journey continues

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through the calls, Here, Jeffrey Reid runs the Emporium

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and says more investment In a way this line has been

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left a little bit remote and not invested in,

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and yet the area itself is lovely, you can get off at Darsham and go

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to Dunnidge and Warmswick the tourist industry would benefit

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enormously by having investment in the line,

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I think. There are 12 stations

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on this part of the line, most are unmanned and some

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like Saxe Munden have Today at MP Peter Aldous told

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the Commons there should be improvements at Lowestoft Station,

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to the line near Sizewell This was a line that was actually

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docked Beeching, it did initially consign it for the graveyard

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but great rearguard action, local rearguard action

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was mounted and it was saved, and with the right investment it can

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play a significant role as I said Train operator Greater Anglia said

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the company is doing its bit and the new franchise agreement

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will bring significant improvements. We're going to have brand-new three

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or four carriage trains, complete with plug sockets,

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Wi-Fi and air conditioning, we are also getting for direct

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services between Lowestoft and London, two in each

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direction, each day. As we end our journey in Ipswich

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we have just one question, with all that is planned

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on the mainline, could the east April we spoke to today say this

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is a good line but many claim it Ipswich Town were prime time viewing

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on BBC One last night but it wasn't a comfortable

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watch for fans, a third round replay at Lincoln City

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should have been easy, It all piles the pressure

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on the manager Mick McCarthy. He's been under

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pressure for a while. And in the aftermath last night

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he was typically blunt, Lincoln city have beaten 1859 places

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above them in England's football league. The glory of the FA Cup for

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Lincoln city after humiliation for Ipswich town and the manner of the

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defeat as brutal and clinical as it gets. Lincoln city are through! In

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the dying seconds! Worker Mick McCarthy's face. He has been

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vilified before but this was a whole new ball game live on national

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television. Ipswich legend Terry Butcher skating. Ipswich should have

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an autopsy on how the played over the two games. Incentives. I am

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embarrassed. Pick out the carcass, pick something from the carcass,

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because that was a disgrace from Ipswich. FA Cup ties are like that,

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that is why you guys are there. You want to see these upsets and you got

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one tonight. It is great for TV but not from you my team and club. This

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morning fans were quick to vent their anger on BBC radio Suffolk.

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Embarrassment doesn't even cover it. I have been with Ipswich town since

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I was nine but won't be renewing my season ticket. I thought he was

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doing his best with the squad available to him but the line-up

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last night was embarrassing. I could be sacked in the morning but whether

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that is the case or not I can say. Are you determined to fight on? Of

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course. I don't like serving up the benefit of the fans. That is through

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my four years plus that has not been the case here. But it is at the

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moment. We'll see what happens. The Ipswich managing director said no

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one took any pleasure from the performance but urged fans to get by

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McCarthy and the team. How they respond this weekend seems -- will

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be crucial. Let's get the weather.

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I dry day across the region, high and control from the East and it

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will be with us for the next few days. This weather front is across

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Central part of Britain and it has brought a lot of cloud particularly

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to north-western parts of the region and the further south you are the

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best of the sunshine today. Underneath that sunshine we did see

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the beautiful sunrises and sunsets. This was sent in this morning. An

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aeroplane could have gone through this cloud, form some ice on that

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would have heard -- helped produce a fall in the cloud. But an

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interesting picture. But this evening and tonight clear

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interesting picture. But this evening and tonight clear spells at

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first as you go through the night and it will stay mainly clear across

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Essex. That will allow temperatures to drop off to pretty chilly

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conditions. Under the cloud it acts like a blanket for north-western

:24:25.:24:27.

part of the region, trapping the key to keeping it above freezing but in

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those clear skies further south and east we see loads of -5 around the

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river area and Essex but you can see your baby to Brian Little bit of

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drizzle and cloud as well. Three Celsius for a low tonight. Otherwise

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a chilly day tomorrow, the best of the sunshine further south and east,

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its these misty and murky across north-western part of the region and

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ended model and temperatures reaching up to 45 degrees. That is

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evoked a degree below average. It should stay mainly dry into the

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evening. The clouds thinking further south and east as people through

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Thursday and Friday saw mostly cloudy conditions early on on

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Friday. That will mean temperatures less cool than they have been the

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last few nights so we're looking at -1 or -2 in Essex and about four or

:25:16.:25:20.

5 degrees with the midst across northern parts of the region,

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particularly around the friends and part of Cambridge. I pressure with

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us into Friday and the weekend, not a lot of change in the weather for

:25:31.:25:34.

Friday itself. Still holding onto the mist and mark for another part

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of the region, further south with brighter spells but it will be

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mainly dry with wind all the while coming in from the east or

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north-east and temperatures on Friday reaching six or 7 degrees.

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The average this time of year is around 6 degrees. That is how we got

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into the outlet, so just to recap, brighter spells in the south and

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east with highs of around 6 degrees. I think we turn cloudy for Friday

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into the first part of the weekend, is that weak weather front works its

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way in the it will let's call in for Friday night but then the cloud

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starts to pick up litter on Saturday into Sunday with sunny spells and

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clear skies back into -4 and -6. That is chilly. Thank you.

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Miserable Pete from Newmarket! I wonder what he calls themselves

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that! Hello. I hope you're well.

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I really do.

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