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Baulk website it's coming from, everything that we can to be able to

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assist the police in their investigation.

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The pilot scheme did give them out of hospital.

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The footballer who lost both legs after being hit by a car.

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Break and I am getting a lesson in chess, 12-year-old who is tipped as

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being a future grandmaster. The mother of the missing

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airman Corrie Mckeague Has told Look East

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that press coverage of his membership of

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adult dating websites is not helpful to the inquiry

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and is distressing to his girlfriend There has been speculation

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about Corrie Mckeague's private life since he went missing on a night out

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in Bury St Edmunds in September. Today his mother said reports

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of his membership to adult sites was not a revelation,

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in fact she and the police have known about it all along and it's

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been part of the inquiry We'll hear from her in a moment,

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but first this from Alex Dunlop. Look at moments not at home to note

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is that Corrie Mckeague is popular and outgoing. His mother has been on

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the front line handing out leaflets and helping the physical search.

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From the outset, she has acknowledged that he had been using

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popular dating websites like this one. Sometimes lies have reported...

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She says that it has never been a secret and was known to his family

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long before he went missing. Suffolk police say they have been aware of

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it. This is part of their investigation. The they have told

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Luke Cammack needs to that is good to be a father. A profile that is

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good to be a father. A provider achieves good to be a mother. His

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brothers took to social media to the rate latest reports are a

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distraction. Anything that has not been said doesn't need to be said.

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Things to do with his personal life or not help the investigation or

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anything... All these things. She was last seen in the early hours of

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the 24th of September. He was enjoying an evening out with

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friends. Those who met him that night told me he was very engaging.

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Baulk he was coming up to tables and saying hello. He was nice. Meanwhile

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private investigators say they are still unanswered questions not least

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about an area known lately as the Or shoot where he was last seen on

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CCTV. He didn't magic himself out of there. Any vehicle that left their

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there should be more work done on that to discount it. The mystery

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surrounding this young M and's disappearance has heightened public

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interest in his private life. His mother is adamant that the focus

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must turn to the search for him and hopefully his safe return.

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My boys talk to me and the centimes tell much. In this instance, I am

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acting so glad that we do have that open relationship that they are able

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to talk to me because nothing has come as a surprise. We have been

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able to really help the police from the very beginning. You can access

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his accounts on those websites because you have access to his

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passwords. Has that led you to come up with any theories as to whether

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there was any involvement in his disappearance? Response I get to

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that is the police response. The social media sites are still a line

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of enquiry, and the police don't want any more said about it just

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now, so I am not good to say anything about anything that is on

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there. I do have access to it and the police are aware of that. But

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not before the police had finished monitoring his phone. You can see

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that some people listening to this might think that those kind of sites

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might have made him more vulnerable. That was why we didn't close them

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down. As soon as we found out that he was missing, just like the

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police, the first thought is, has he just try to walk home? Has something

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happened to him? The absolute immediate thought after that is

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could any of these sites had anything to do with this? Could he

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have an arranged to meet someone and it has not been who he thought? Azmi

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said, he would put himself in vulnerable situations because he

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believed that he could handle this kind of thing. The effect that press

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has an ice doesn't... I feel so bad for April, she is a young woman who

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is pregnant, is not something she should be having to go through. How

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is she coping? She has been very upset about it. Half absolute main

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focus is try to find Corrie. Every time I mention her name or someone

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else mentioned her name, it crashes her. People are talking about her

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instead of Corrie. Your resilience has always been astounding, but now

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your family and Corrie's lifestyle is coming under this kind of

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scrutiny. How does that make you feel? As a police officer, I'm OK

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with it coming under scrutiny. Itchy be looked at. As a family, our

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resilience at being able to cope with it, it is difficult. Corrie's

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personal life, it's April's bacilli. It is not been kept a secret. It is

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part of the investigation and hopefully it can be ruled out and we

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can move on to wear Corrie is and try to find him.

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The jury at an inquest into the death of a prisoner

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has retired to consider its conclusion.

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Dean Saunders was jailed after he attacked members

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Weeks later he was found dead in his cell.

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Gareth George is outside the inquest in Chelmsford now.

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At the outset of this hearing in January, the senior coroner told the

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jury that they would be looking into whether the state authority did I

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did not do everything they could to prevent Dean Saunders's death. It

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has been a harrowing hearing. 28 witnesses. The coroner spent much of

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the afternoon serving up the jury retired just after four o'clock.

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Dean Sanders parents have been here every day of the hearing. Mark

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Saunders told the jury that he believed his son had been let down.

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Even Saunders died in the prison on January 16. Yet electrocuted himself

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using wires from a GP in his cell. He was in prison after stabbing his

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father in a paranoid episode. Signs he was acutely mentally ill went

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acted upon. His parents say he should have been in hospital. They

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have criticised the decision to take him off constant watch and to check

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on him only every half hour. A private company has the contract to

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run health care at the prison. Among 20 witnesses, the health care

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manager told the jury she was part of the team that decided to take

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Dean of suicide watch. None of the team is medically qualified. Dean

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Saunders's partner, clear, has told the hearing how a nurse at the

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prison had assured her that Dean was safe. And it has been very difficult

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for Dean Saunders's family to sit and listen to the evidence they have

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heard of the course of these last few days. The jury has been giving a

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list of 24 questions to consider and they include if the decision to

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deeply because the observation of Dean Saunders and based on financial

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considerations? Another question is, why is there a fairly to transfer

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Dean Saunders to a mental hospital urgently? They will resume

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deliberations tomorrow. The region's Ambulance Service says

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people in Norfolk who fall will no longer automatically be

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taken to hospital. In a pilot scheme running

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until March, medical teams in specialist vehicles will asist

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people at the scene. With the NHS under

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increasing pressure, health bosses say this is one way

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they can relieve the strain - Gaby lovely shift. And

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occupational therapists, on-board the early intervention vehicle. The

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asset to non-urgent calls for people who have had false. 87-year-old less

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how it is in... He's been looked after neighbours at the failover

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chopping a log in the garden, injuring his head and arm. It is not

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the first time he has called for help. It started off falling off a

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bike, then a ladder, then the steps. E.g. Work in tandem. Matt says he is

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his medical needs and Helen establishes how well he is coping.

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They want him back to his house and referrals are instantly made to

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community nurses, a process that would have taken longer in A How

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many falls in the last year? Be carried out an ECG and pulse checks

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and breathing. My colleague has assessed his walking and mobility. I

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can link directly packaging to be the nursing and therapy, social

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services, depending on what I find I can call directly to other services.

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Less's case is typical of the calls received each month. By sending out

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an early intervention vehicle, ADCs pressure on A This afternoon the

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team are out again, this time the Met field, and other 87-year-old man

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has fallen over and hit his head. Next thing I knew I was backwards

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and hit up here. The team begin the assessment process all over again.

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The early intervention falls team has only been on the road for a

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week. Two vehicles will soon be in operation, aiming to relieve the

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pressure is on her struggling health system across the board.

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Still to come tonight, the weekend weather. The footballer who lost

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both legs after being hit by a car. Now he is taking on a two-day

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cycling challenge. And I am getting a lesson from a 12-year-old who has

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been tipped at being a future grandmaster at yes. -- chess.

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This week we've been looking at the impact of building

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a new nuclear power station at Sizewell on the Suffolk coast.

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Of course for many local companies, it offers a huge opportunity.

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More than 1,000 have already put their names forward

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hoping to win contracts which could be worth hundreds

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But there could also be huge pressure on services

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This from our environment reporter Richard Daniel.

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The late 1980s. Construction on Sizewell B is underway. The end Flex

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of thousands of workers brought money, jobs and problems too. There

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was heavy drinking, prostitution and drugs. This resident says ever

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social problems. We don't have enough pleasing. We weren't ready

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for the displacement, they were so many people standing at the tills

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with bottles of whiskey. People felt the town didn't belong to them any

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more. The Mac around 5500 people live around here. At the peak of

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destruction they would be more at Sizewell. About half of those would

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be living in or near the town. EDF all with happy a code of conduct.

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They will be testing and a hotline for complaints. Already in the plans

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are having an effect. This the agent has seen increased interest in

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property investors. At the moment Sizewell does provide the town and

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businesses with a lot of work and we do many short and long-term lets. We

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are gearing up for the future. There would be a lot more business coming

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to town and everybody will benefit. The town council says Sizewell C

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could be a huge economic opportunity for late stone. At the moment it is

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not supporting it. It says there is insufficient information about the

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impact on GP services, schools, policing and the annual in-service

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and transport and the environment. Reed and there is a lot more detail

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that needs to come to the council and we would hope to work with EDF

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before we get to the next age. At a recent meeting, local companies were

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offered to sign up. 1000 already have. EDF has already placed

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contracts worth... If Sizewell C was built, plenty of opportunities could

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lie ahead. But there are still many misgivings.

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Late this afternoon I asked him if he was concerned about that

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many of the smaller local roads would be unable to cope with a big

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We can listen to how huge the impact is going to be.

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We can do some studies on the impact in terms of

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That will help us get a better idea of

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how we can decide that traffic flow and what we can do in the local area

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You don't deny that it will make life

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miserable for some people who live near those roads over the next few

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I think the key thing is that we listen to their concerns, we do

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our very best to mitigate the impact.

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No doubt there will be some impact but it is up to us to make

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The other concern is the volume of people

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coming to work there will

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There will be a number of people who will come to

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the site, there is a number of job opportunities.

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We have a very comprehensive accommodation strategy

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taking into account local available needs, the needs

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We have got proposals for accommodation strategy which are

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designed to provide accommodation for workers and minimise traffic

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by locating it close to

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If you have an accommodation unit for 2500 people,

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and those people go out on a Saturday evening,

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even only 20% of them, that is going to make life

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Part of the accommodation strategy is to make the accommodation

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There will be restaurants, sports facilities.

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A number of the workers will probably go home

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We understand that having a lot of people locally has

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offered some business opportunities for the local entertainment

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If they are going to use the restaurants and pubs,

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If they go to go home, they are not going to use

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We are offering a facility where people

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have a choice to make, but some of them will go out,

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and we have a code of conduct with our contractor who

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We don't want them indulging in anti-social behaviour, and we will

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We will enforce a drug and alcohol policy.

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Drunkenness is anti-social behaviour, is it?

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And people who did that would lose their job?

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It depends who they are and where it happened.

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How many times would I have to get falling down drunk

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before you thought that was too many times?

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I don't know, I haven't thought that through.

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We have a policy on drugs and alcohol,

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They may be subject to random checks.

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We can see if there is a pattern of behaviour

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and we will offer people counselling, assistance, and if that

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behaviour doesn't improve then we will have to take

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The pressure continues to build on the managers of Ipswich

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Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy had the chance to take his mind

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off football to focus on the club's fund-raising.

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Over the last three years, Ipswich have raised over

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a quarter of million pounds by taking on cycling

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they launched their tour of Suffolk charity ride.

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Wait like it has been a stressful week.

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Not out of the Cup, his position under scrutiny, but today

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Mick McCarthy was at the heart of the launch of the tour of Suffolk

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I think it was 90 miles in the summer for the hospital.

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That was one Saturday morning before I went

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to a wedding, so I am more than capable of doing it.Former

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take part, using a specially designed hand bike.

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He lost both his legs in a hit and run crash six

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He has now been fitted with processing legs.

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He will take on the challenge using just his

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I want to get out there and be doing normal things, doing bike

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rides, going to the Newmarket races, going to watch football, going to

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Yes, I got hit by a car, but I need to build on that and I

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It is going to be tough but he is very determined.

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The fact that she is here now, walking

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around, when the last time we saw him...

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He has got guts and it makes you very humble to

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see what he is going to do and what you set his mind to do.

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It is pretty hard with your arms, so I am full of

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and despite the recent relation. Manager in his fifth year. There's a

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growing feeling among fans that the changes needed. The manager is still

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under pressure. We're building for the next few matches, but also next

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season. We need to let him get on with it. Players have got to stand

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up to the challenge and if they don't, they're out. The two-day

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cycling challenge in May, the next task facing Ipswich is Huddersfield

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away at this weekend when the manager will hope to avoid further

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embarrassment. Tomorrow we'll hear more

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from Mick McCarthy on the pressure Like Ipswich, Norwich

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are also out of the FA Cup. Alex Neil made eight changes,

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but the team failed to register a shot on target and lost to a goal

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by Shane Long for Southampton The Norwich manager said

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he couldn't fault the players. This weekend they play

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Wolves at Carrow Road. World champion diver

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Rebecca Gallantree has The 32-year-old from Chelmsford

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won the team event at She also competed at three

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Olympic Games and won gold A twelve-year-old, self taught,

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chess player has won the chance Jaden Jermy is just 12 years

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old and after an appearance at the London Chess Championship

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earlier this month he secured We sent Robby West down

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to his school to give him a game. In the world of chess, he's the one

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who everyone is to beat. Jade and Jeremy is just 12 years old. He

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recently tested his skills... Playing some of the county parred

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best players. As I progressed, I played an England player and one. It

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was a very good tournament with three wins, fore draws and one loss.

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His performance has led him to be invited to try for the England test

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quite. I personally find out how good he is. The game is over and

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five minutes. He totally destroyed me in just 20 moves. Jade and

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remarkably port and self by watching YouTube videos at the school chess

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club he isn't taking any prisoners. He he has scared off most of the

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opponents in due course, particularly our sixth form they had

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been a little aggrieved that the young whippersnappers coming along

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and teach them how to play chess. He won his first term at just eight

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years old, taking an impressive and ?50. He has competed across Europe

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and was to make it into a career. I want to travel the world, playing

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chess. Hopefully I will become one of the best in the world. These

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genes have a real possibility of coming true. While chess tournaments

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and not a new phenomenon, with millions of people watching online,

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a multi-million lb industry has gone up with top players winning millions

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of lbs in prize money. While Jade and dreams, his mother is just happy

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that chess has given him confidence. He needs a lot of support to

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appreciate it is OK to be unique. He has made some great friendships. He

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has got diverse friendships. How does that feel? It is wonderful to

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see your child to come into their own personality. With a trophy haul

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this day, this 12-year-old has the world of chess at his fingertips.

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With fantastic. It's been confirmed the grey seal

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colony at Blakeney Point in Norfolk is the largest in England

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for the second year in a row. The National Trust says

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nearly 2,500 pups have This year they've spread

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further into the reserve The increase is thought to be due

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to the environment at Blakeney The trust says the seals

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were not adversely affected I know the weather. Beautiful blues

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guys over Gorleston on see this afternoon. Not a cloud in the sky a

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little bit further down the coast. It is a thank you for this lovely

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photograph of a sunset together hey bridge in Essex. I love these pale

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wintry skies. It wasn't a beautiful blue sky this afternoon for

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everybody. Thicker cloud starts to break up a bit, but the next few

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hours it can still produce a little bit of light drizzle. By evening it

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should break and we should see clear spells. It is going to be a cold

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one. Temperatures could fall a little lower than these values. It

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is a sharp widespread frost. Thicker cloud into was the coast where

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damages will be close to freezing and not above. Light winds. Freezing

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fog and possible some nice too. High pressure in charge. Light winds mean

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that the mist and fog might take a and it will be a frosty start for

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for many of us. Frost should eventually clear and cloud should

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disappear as well. More generally in terms of sunshine tomorrow expected.

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Temperatures around six Celsius. We hold onto mainly light

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north-easterly winds. It looks like that winter sunshine will continue

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through the afternoon, but under clear skies tomorrow evening.

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Temperatures falling away pretty quickly. That is Friday, Saturday.

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High pressure shifts position. More cloud would get cot up in the

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circulation. Sunny spells symbol, but they will be more cloud around.

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Fog will take a while to clear. The further south, you're better chance

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of brightness. Sandy is the day where we are expecting decent sunny

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spells, but a chilly day with temperatures of freezing. Saturday

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and Sunday night it will be called. Monday, cold and frosty start, mist

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and fog. They will still be decent spells of sunshine followed by

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another very cold night. It is Thursday night, so it is barometer

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night. If you want to check, it should be around 1036 millibars.

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That is 30.59 inches of mercury. Like you very much. That is all from

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eyes. Have a very good evening. Good night.

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