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Hello and welcome to Look East, with Susie and me.

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The headlines tonight from Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk.

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A prison is held partly to blame tonight for the death

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of a suicidal prisoner, who killed himself while on remand

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In a special report we talk to those on the inside.

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I wouldn't even say there was a proper medical unit.

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There is one nurse, who walks around with a trolley.

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A hospital goes to court to evict a patient, after he refuses to give

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A week after a tidal surge threatened the region's sea

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defences, we assess the scale of the damage to the coastline.

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And what they think about President Donald Trump

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in this corner of America...in Essex!

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Chelmsford Prison was today held partly responsible

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for the death of a young inmate, who killed himself while being cared

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Dean Saunders was remanded to the jail after being accused

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of the attempted murder of his father.

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His family say he was mentally ill and suicidal,

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But at the end of a two-week inquest, jurors decided Mr Saunders

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had been the victim of neglect and serious failings by the private

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company which provided medical care at the prison.

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Dean Saunders family leaving the court after the hearing. He said he

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should have been in hospital, not caged in a Victorian prison. I do

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not want another family to go through this. Do you think they will

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if nothing changes? Definitely. It will happen again. There were gasps

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when the foreman read out that his death was contributed to by neglect.

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They were failings by Chelmsford prison. Including complacency about

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his state of mind and circumstances. The family said they were let down

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by studious feelings by both the police system and the mental health

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people have a lesson to us. It is people have a lesson to us. It is

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much too late in the day, but the whole thing away wasn't. Words

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cannot describe how much we miss him. A little bit of home remains in

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his son, who will grow up knowing his father was a very proud dad.

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They will also know the injustice against them. They are now urging

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the coroner to prepare a report highlighting the feelings in order

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to prevent another needless death. So, just how serious were

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the problem at Chelmsford Prison? We have been speaking to some

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of Dean's friends and people who have seen inside the prison

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medical wing, to find out more. Dean Saunders was

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a stay-at-home dad. His friends remembered

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him as a generous man He did not have a bad

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bone in his body. There is nothing bad

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to say about him. How it was and how it ended up,

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it wasn't fair, was it? And this is where he ended

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up - the medical wing Dean Saunders was

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paranoid and delusional. It was here he was taken off

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constant watch and put The prison medical wing is run

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by a private company, Care UK. Martin Huggins spent five weeks

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inside the prison last year. I wouldn't even say there

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was a proper medical unit in there. He described his experiences

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of the healthcare system There was a little hole in the wall,

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like that, obviously, with glass or bars on,

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to protect the nurse. From there, the queue

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sometimes went as far back People queuing back up the stairs.

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It was ridiculous. And they were all looking

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for medical help? Yeah, and all the people

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waiting, by this time, their dinner is going cold.

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They are getting angry, cos no one likes waiting

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around in long queues. And then, you have people

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trying to jump in. At the inquest questions were raised

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about Care UK's practices. None of the people who took

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the dedicion to take Dean off constant monitoring

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were medically qualified. One of them was Amanda De La

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Bruyere, the Care UK One prison officer quoted

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her as once saying: The prison governor was also made

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aware of these concerns. We have obtained an anonymous

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whistle-blower letter, sent to him. Again, alleging cost cutting

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and staff reductions At the inquest,

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Amanda De La Bruyere denied that cost was a factor

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in the decision to alter The inquest heard about a string

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of failures to do with Dean's care. He could not call his family

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because the numbers His mother walked out

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of the hearing several times, "Dean Saunders should

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never have been inside. But that is wher he ended up

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and that was where vhe was left alone, out of sight from the people

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who could have saved him." Care UK, the company

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which runs the medical wing, issued a statement offering

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its condolences to the family. It has decided to end its contract

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with Chelmsford Prison, saying there were insufficient

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resources available The company says it has developed

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a plan to help prevent future tragedies and this

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will now be reviewed, It has emerged today

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that a hospital in Norfolk went to court

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to evict a patient who refused to leave

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his hospital bed. The patient had been on the ward

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at the James Paget Hospital Another patient claimed the man

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treated the ward like a hotel. Let's get the details

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now, from Debbie Tubby. The manners to believe to from

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Portugal. They say his two-year

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stay was unnecessary. He was deemed fit to be discharged,

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but despite offers of care Because he would not give his

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consent, they could not make him go. The hospital did not take

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the decision lightly, They went to court in December

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to get a court order to enforce his removal

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from the hospital, so they could use He was eventually

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evicted ten days ago. Earlier, I spoke to a woman

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who was also a patient on the She did not want to be

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identified, but told me she was disgusted it had been allowed

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to go on for so long. It makes me frustrated that it

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stopped someone else being treated. It's just as simple as that.

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He was getting all the X-rays, he was getting all the treatment,

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the care, the attention. And there's probably

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an old lady stuck at home, trying to get over a broken hip,

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a broken knee. And she's not getting

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that treatment. Patrick has been representing

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patients for 39 years and he says the system has to change. Discharge

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has to be considered before the patient actually goes in the

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hospital. Unless that is in place, we are going to have situations like

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this cropping up over and over again. A solicitor said the hospital

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was in a difficult position. Without the consent of the patient, they

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cannot be discharged. It is a very difficult position for hospital.

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They have had to go to eat up in a They have had to go to eat up in a

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court ordered that seems to be the only really could force him to

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vacate the bed. The local MP praises the police the -- the manner the

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hospital deal was a temper was very critical of the patient. This was a

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case where the rubber opportunities for this person evenly refused to

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take it. That is feeling the local community, taxpayers and other

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people who could be using the facility. It is also in favour the

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hospital themselves. The patient is no believed to be living in Suffolk.

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He was not available for comment. The hospital would not go on camera

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today, but they did issue a statement saying they had

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to consider all the needs of their patients with their

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limited resources and pressures. We understand the man is living

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back in the community. Experts are predicting

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that this man's two-year stay in the hospital could have cost

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the NHS up to ?200,000. One person has died

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after an incident in the boiler room of a ship as it came in to dock

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at the Port of Felixstowe. Suffolk Police were called

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to the Japanese ship, the Manhattan Bridge,

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just before midnight. Witnesses reported hearing a loud

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bang, like an explosion. Another person was injured

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and is being treated in hospital. The death is not being

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treated as suspicious. The ship's owner said there had

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been a boiler backfire. There will be a joint investigation

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between the police and the Maritime A week ago, the region

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held its breath as a major sea surge threatened

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many of our coastal communities. but in the event, there were no

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serious breaches of sea walls. In the past week, the Environment

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Agency has carried out a thorough Our chief reporter Kim Riley has

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spent the day with them. Each catchment engineer and his team

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of inspectors have been busy serving the coastline. Behind those, the

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river estuary and just across the road, the North Sea. What is keeping

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the two apart? The huge shingle pet, but the bad weather has taken a huge

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chunk out of it. There has been major punishment from their waves

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hitting either side. This is the first line of defence. Really I want

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to keep it built up and we will endeavour to do that. Follow up the

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coast, the pumping station installed two years ago takes water and

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delivers it into the sea. It protects a vast area of open land.

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But no, that is a problem. The sand But no, that is a problem. The sand

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dunes have been eroded. We are getting attacked from the north. It

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is urgent. These things happen overnight and we did not want

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another overnight occurrence. The sooner we can get this protected,

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the better. Meanwhile, in North Norfolk, 50 volunteers were out

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shopping replace sections of boardwalk damaged in the storms.

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There is a fair amount of damage being caused. We have got volunteers

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today to clean them out. There's a lot of search just lying around. The

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Environment Agency said most of the defence stood up well to the latest

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challenge and they will be ready for the next one.

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You are watching Look East, with Susie and me.

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Stay with us for your weekend weather forecast.

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We have an interview with under-pressure

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And we go to an American diner in Essex, to find out

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what they think about President Trump.

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You would be forgiven for thinking that MPs at Westminster have got

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just one thing on their minds at the moment - Brexit -

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particularly after the events of this week.

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None of them know where they will be working in a few years' time.

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The Houses of Parliament are in desperate need of repair

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and officials want to move everyone out of the building for up to

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six years, while the work takes place.

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Some of our MPs are resigned to the idea,

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but others are kicking up a fuss. Our political correspondent

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Andrew Sinclair has been listening to both sides of the argument.

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Pretty much directly under the Central Lobby.

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This is the bit of the Houses of Parliament which the public

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Deep underground are corridors stuffed with pipework and wiring,

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Physically, there is not enough room to fit any more pipework.

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My guide is Andy Piper, who is drawing up the renovation plans.

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He points out the crumbling brickwork and some of

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We know what type of cables they are, but what we don't

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know is where they run, what they serve and what they do.

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This is the current telephone system here.

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That is the current telephone system?!

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That is the current telephone system for Westminster.

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MPs say it is a problem which cannot be ignored any longer.

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We are talking about the possibility that,

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at any stage, we could have part of the building,

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We know there has been dozens of potential

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The building has really not been properly maintained

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And when you get up on the roof, the wear and tear is clear to see.

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Everyone is agreed that extensive work is needed.

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The big question is, how do you do it?

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Do you move everyone away from this building for six years and do

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Or allow MPs and their staff to stay here, but let

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And that option would also be more expensive.

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The recommendation is to move out altogether.

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The safest option, as well as the cheapest option,

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is to get out of it and let the workers get on with it.

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Then, we will have, I think, the best result.

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At this time of Brexit, I think it is crucial we make best

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use of this iconic building, the Houses of Parliament.

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The alternative will be, at a time when we are trying to make

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international friends and secure favourable trade agreements,

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are we going to be operating from the courtyard of

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the Department of Health? What message does that send?

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The MP has become the unofficial leader of the campaign

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A decision is needed soon, because this work will not wait.

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And Shailesh Vara will be one of the guests this week

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So, too, will Julian Huppert, from the Liberal Democrats.

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We will be talking about the problems facing Parliament

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and the latest funding crisis to hit students.

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That is on Sunday at 11am on BBC One.

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As you may have seen, Donald Trump has been sworn

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in as the 45th President of the United States.

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Almost one million people thronged Washington for

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Of course, the event was followed across the world

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and it was the big talking point at the Bungalow Diner in Colchester -

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a little corner of America in Essex. Dawn Gerber was there.

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It is a slice of America, but in the county of Essex.

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And it has got everything you would want from an American diner.

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People come from far and wide to visit, because

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they obviously like to taste our American food.

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A good old-fashioned jukebox and a range of classic burgers,

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And my breakfast favourite, pancakes with maple syrup.

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Pancakes aside, today is all about the man who is

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going to be in charge of the USA for the next four years.

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American businessman Donald Trump is the 45th

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He is a man that controversy seems to follow and one who uses Twitter,

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instead of press conferences, to speak to the public.

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Today at the Capitol Building in Washington, he took the Oath

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of Office, where he promised to protect America and its people

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and to be a good leader, which his fans embrace.

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But that is something that some of the US ex-pats

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I don't think he's going to protect our daily lives,

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things like the cost of healthcare, the cost of food.

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They are stocking the government with people

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I think the idea of protecting the American people is the one thing

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that he is committed to doing. He will do it through the enhancement

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of national security and through putting a lot of money into the

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defence sector. We all need to be watching him. As global citizens and

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Americans. The president says he wants to make America great again,

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create more jobs and be tough on terrorism and immigration. As the

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billionaire takes office, supporters will mark today is a great day.

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Those against them, they are more likely to be anxiously watching his

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every move over the next four years. Yes, and after a wretched week

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for Ipswich, Town boss Mick McCarthy said he is in no mood to quit.

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Here is Tom. He remains focused on tomorrow's

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trip to Huddersfield. Mick McCarthy told me he has no

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intention of walking away. He has been in charge at Ipswich

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for more than four years. He saved them from relegation.

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Nearly took them up. But this week,

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Town were knocked out of the Cup. Humiliated by non-league Lincoln,

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live on television, leading to some fans

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urging him to quit. It was an awful result,

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it was an awful performance, and all the things people

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said about it. Embarrassing,

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humiliating, yeah, it is. But I think we should

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give Lincoln credit, I thought they were excellent in

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both games and deserved to win it. I have been the giantslayer

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before and it's great You bask in the glory and everyone

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is patting you on the back. And, of course, whether we are

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giants or not, I guess we are, in terms of the comparison,

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then, it's horrible. It's dreadful.

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Yesterday was awful. But do you know what, there's

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nothing I can do about that now. The last three league

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performances have been good. The last result was good, so that's

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what we want to get back to. Sad as it may be, as humbling as it

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may be, and humiliating as it might We've got to go to Huddersfield

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and gather our feathers No doubt you have felt the brunt

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of fans' wrath on many occasions. I've also felt the glory on a number

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of occasions, as well. I've probably had more

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of that since being here Pats on the back.

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It's been good. This season has been different.

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Does it bother me? I prefer to have nice things said

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about me and not to have people giving me stick and the team stick,

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but you know, they come to watch us win, they want to

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watch us play well. And we didn't do that,

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so I accept it. Would you ever walk away

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from Ipswich, Mick? No, I've no intentions

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of doing that. I don't know if I can be

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any more determined. If I could, that suggests that I'm

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not being as determined It's as far away from

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the truth as can be. No, I remain as focused and as

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determined to be a success here. As you said, a hugely-encouraging

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display in the league last week. Huddersfield away.

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That's a tough one, though. Of course it is.

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And so is Preston and so is Derby when they come here.

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We've not had an easy one yet. Mick McCarthy is the longest-serving

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manager in the Championship. Appointed in November 2012.

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Simon Grayson at Preston is second. Then, former Norwich

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boss, Chris Hughton. Fourth on the list is the current

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Norwich manager Alex Neil, whose under-pressure side

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play Wolves tomorrow, who are now managed by another

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former City boss, Paul Lambert. Everyone connected with Norwich

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is wanting Norwich to win the game, so the best opportunity and the best

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chance for us to win the game is if the fans support the players

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and, hopefully, be very vocal in getting behind them.

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But I fully appreciate and understand that we have to give

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them a performance to shout about. At Northampton,

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it is Justin Edinburgh's Tomorrow, that will mean a short

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trip down the M1 to play MK Dons. The new Cobblers' manager has been

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promised money to spend and has already made

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his first signing, with Crystal Palace striker

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Keshi Anderson arriving on loan. We are going to play

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off the front foot. My teams have always

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been set up to do that. And that is what this team

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will be set up to do. So, we have got to raise

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the morale, the confidence, but I saw very good signs this

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morning in training. And as we are in the football

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transfer window, how about this? Manchester City have forked out

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a staggering ?175,000, to buy Southend's 13-year-old

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defender, Finley Burns. Apparently, Liverpool, Chelsea

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and Arsenal were all interested. He had been playing

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for the under-16s. Southend have said it is a huge

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compliment for their academy. Rugby union now and England head

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coach Eddie Jones has named four Northampton players

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in his Six Nations squad. Courtney Lawes, Teimana Harrison,

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Dylan Hartley and Tom Wood Next week, Jones will confirm

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whether Hartley will lead the side. His team mates certainly think

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he should continue as captain. He is working as hard

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as I have ever seen him work He can only hope that Eddie

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gives him another shot at skipping the side.

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I think he deserves it. He has been fantastic for us

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in the last 12 months. And European action for Northampton

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tonight at Montpellier. Saints are bottom of the group

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and cannot qualify. In the British Irish Cup tomorrow,

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Bedford's final group game Finally, Huntingdon's Olympic

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gymnast Dan Keatings has announced his retirement,

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at the of 27. A former European Champion, Dan also

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won Commonwealth gold in Glasgow. He says he has many great memories,

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"but now needs to kick back, "drink some beers and spend

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time with the wife!" Well done to Mick McCarthy for

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giving us that interview. Most people will remember K-9

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in Doctor Who or maybe has become the latest

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robot in space. It was helped on its way

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by 800 school children and is programmed to speak messages

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from children across the world. It was launched in

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Royston this morning. Named Peakey, after

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astronaut Tim Peake, this small blue robot is about to

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boldly go into near space. His mission - to teach

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children all about space There is a lot of excitement

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around robotics, interest in robotics and a lot of talk

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about a robotic revolution. This is really all about enabling

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children to explore the difficulties of getting robots

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to do real-world jobs. Over 800 children from around

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the globe entered a competition to come up with messages for Peaky

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to relay back down to Earth. 12 have been selected and,

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as soon as the robot reaches 20,000 metres,

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he should spring into action. This is a tracker,

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so this senses height. The GPS device there.

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Height and location. But with the launch imminent,

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I'm not sure Peaky is convinced. However, now is not the time

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for seconds thoughts. Yes, cos if it is afraid of heights,

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it might be really scared! You do not get to see that sort

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of thing every day and it was just a very good opportunity for us

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to have that opportunity. Back at mission control,

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there were concerns that Peaky might be making a splash landing

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in the sea. The other robot left behind

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just glad it wasn't him! I wanted to go myself,

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but did not make it through robot astronaut training.

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The truth is, heights make me dizzy. The good news is that Peaky landed

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safely on land in Lincolnshire, allowing a giant leap

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in understanding for his fans here. Now, we can catch up

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on the weather forecast Lastly, it was fairly cold. Many

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places below freezing. A beautiful winter day today. Thank you very

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much for this wonderful photograph. This was a beautiful sunset near

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Great Yarmouth a little while ago. Norfolk did see some sunshine today.

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Some areas of cloud the South Dublin. Moreover the feeding during

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the next few hours. But overnight, clear sky and that could mean along

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a sharp frost. Again, temperatures could drop down to minus 5-6 C. High

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pressure in charge tomorrow, but it shifts position slightly, so it

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means we could have a bit more in the way of cloud. The frost will

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eventually disappear and that will be helped by the increase in cloud

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expected from the North Sea. For most of us, a dry day and the

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further south you are, the more likely you are to enjoy some

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sunshine. Temperatures tomorrow, like today, a rise of around 5-6 C.

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Moderate wind. We finished the be fine and dry. Sunday, high-pressure

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steam in charge. Most and fog to clear first thing, but I better

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chance of all those getting some sunshine during the day. For the

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start of the working week, much the same pattern, but mist and fog could

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linger in many products. It could actually Steve Withers wrote the day

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in some parts. Thank you very much. Have a good weekend.

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