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Hello and welcome to Look East, on the day that staff

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here at Chelmsford Prison are heavily criticised

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for their role in the suicide of vulnerable young man.

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Dean Saunders killed himself at the jail after staff

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The report says, "the criminal justice system did too

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little to protect this very vulnerable man".

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Today, I've been speaking to Dean's parents.

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Also in tonight's programme: The Government unveils

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its new industrial strategy, with the focus on

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Long-awaited plans to widen the A12 in Essex are finally unveiled.

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Current boss 3, old boss 1 - a welcome win for Norwich City

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First tonight, the catalogue of failures that led to the death

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of a prisoner in the medical wing here at Chelmsford goal.

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On Friday, an inquest jury ruled that Dean Saunders had been

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let down by Care UK - the private company that

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Today, a damning report from the Prison Ombudsman too.

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He said Mr Saunders was "seriously mentally ill".

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He should have been in hospital and not in a prison.

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Dean Saunders was 25 when he died in Chelmsford prison

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He had no history of mental health problems, but had

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Mr Saunders became paranoid and delusional.

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When he tried to take his own life with a knife, he also

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attacked his brother and injured his father.

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He was charged with attempted murder and sent to Chelmsford on remand.

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It was here that Mr Saunders was placed on suicide watch,

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but later a decision was made to reduce his observations,

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despite his family begging the authorities not to take him

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Just days later, Dean Saunders took his own life.

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There are 730 prisoners inside Chelmsford prison, or thereabouts,

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tonight. The records show that there

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have been 14 suicides Robbie West now on how the prison

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system missed chance after chance September 2015, Dean Saunders at

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opening presents on his son's birthday. Months later he was an

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Chelmsford prison. Today, reporting to his death criticised almost every

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aspect of his carer. The investigation by the prison and

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probation ombudsman concluded that the criminal justice system did too

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little to protect this very vulnerable man. Temp two was at high

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risk of suicide when he arrived at Chelmsford. There are a number of

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weaknesses in the way this was managed. The report goes on to say

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the prison was not an appropriate place for him. In the inquest into

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his death, they find that health care staff did not understand that

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processes for transferring mentally ill prisoners. No one took any

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action for him to call his family and the people who took off constant

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watch were not medically qualified. The health care in the prison was

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run by Kerry UK. Just last week the report by an independent monitoring

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board raise concerns about the running of the health and by the

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company. The health care provision was seen to be inadequate. Kerry UK

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are going to quit the contract at the prison. Fights nearly every day.

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The fights in the queue to get into medical. People saying, my needs are

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better than yours. Some people were itching to get their medication. It

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just takes off. There have been 14 suicides at Chelmsford since 2007,

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each leading to a report like today's. The prison system in a

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whole is in complete breakdown and the problems at Chelmsford are

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symptomatic of that. Too few staff, too many prisoners means prisoners

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are locked up for too long, they don't get educational training. In

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Chelmsford there is problems of health care, which is privately run.

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It is a problem for prisoners, staff and then for the public and victims

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of crime. The Ministry of Justice accepts there were serious failings

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around the care Dean and says it has increased implemented improvements.

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Dean's family say they are keeping a close eye on things to monitor these

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Dean Saunders's parents had never been near a prison until Dean went

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here. They believe that so many mistakes have been made and they

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have been campaigning. Today I went to see them and we talked about many

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things, but we started up the moment that Dean, he had never had any

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mental illness, until the day he attacked his father.

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He got up off the city to take play tight when we had just beaten and he

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came back with a knife went to attack his brother. It took me a few

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seconds to realise was happening. I rugby tackled him and he stood up

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and they said to him, Dean, what is going on in question might he looked

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at me and said, he has changed a dad. It has changed. He mentally?

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Yes, he met Lee had changed. He said, you have changed and he

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sidestepped bus and went back out into the kitchen, picked up another

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night. This is due a perfectly happy son the day before. What to do think

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was going on? I just didn't know. I didn't have a clue. I was scared for

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him. I just wanted somebody to help them. When you discovered that there

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were only monitoring him every 30 minutes rather than constant

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monitoring, what did you think? I was absolutely mortified. I said to

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them, you can't do that, he will kill himself. We had gone in at that

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point when we find out that this only were having the meeting with

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them after the visit that hadn't gone well. They said, he is fine, we

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are building trust with them. I said, you're not building your

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trust, he has just sat there describing a room with gas canisters

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and a cherrywood straps and he thinks you're going to do a live

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autopsy on him. When think about Dean sitting there in that cell. It

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breaks my heart. Absolutely breaks my heart. I said Tamara, why didn't

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we save him at home? He would have been with people who loved him. He

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would've been surrounded by his family, not shot away thinking

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nobody care for him. He suffered for another 14 days, to die in a cell on

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his own. And he did suffer. What did they do for him? Nothing. No

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medication. He was getting no comfort, no love, no phone calls. No

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medication, nothing. I just feel they took away all of his human

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rights, stuck in a cell and let them today. Mark, the last you saw him?

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That was at home when I was trying to stop him from taking his life. I

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could never speak to him again because of the injuries, that put me

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on the other side of the fence, they have made me her victim, so they

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couldn't have contact with him. I just wanted to tell him that I

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understood, he was ill and I understood how I got hurt. They know

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it wasn't him, he didn't mean it, I love him and I never got the chance.

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And he never got the chance to see Teddy walk. No. No, he was so

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looking forward to that opportunity, to be able to run around and play

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football with him. His little one started walking two days after he

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went, he just missed out. Has this made any difference to you

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that everybody has find out that lots of people let you down? It

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hasn't brought him back. That's it. I can't change anything for us, it

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is too late for us, but it is not too late for the next Dean that goes

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in there. The next Dean that goes in the May be able to come out alive if

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they seriously try to learn lessons rather than just saying they have.

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Has anybody from the prison come to you and said that they are sorry?

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No. They made its statement. To be honest, we have been lied to so much

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by all of the staff in the prison it would mean to me. Both of you, thank

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you. Deborah Coles is the director

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of Inquest, a charity which supports families of those

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who die in custody. I asked her about this case and what

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it says about the prison service as a whole. Well, I think it is an

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absolute scandal that Dean Saunders ever ended up in prison in the first

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place and I think it raises bigger questions than just his treatment at

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Chelmsford, which, quite frankly, I think the jury and J at this

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brilliantly in the finding, his death was as a result of neglect and

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there were gross failings in his care, but it started with the

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decision to criminalise somebody who was mentally ill. He never should

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have ended up in the criminal justice system. He should have been

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sent to her mental health facility where he could of been looked after

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by professionals. And what can we do to make sure that this does not

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happen again in the future? I think the big question is, Dean Saunders

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was one of 113 prisoners who took their lives last year in prison to

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run the country. That is the highest number of deaths ever recorded. It

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is alarming and an unacceptable death toll in our prisons. The

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government has simply got to act because if they don't do something,

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then we know that sadly, Dean will not be the last person to die, and

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he will be until we dramatically reduced the prison population we

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invest in mental health facilities so that people like Dean Saunders

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don't end up in prisons that cannot keep them safe. One of the issues in

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this particular case was that bed was not available for him a secure

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hospital, so he couldn't have gone. Well, I think that raises two

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issues. One are questions about how much robust searching there was for

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an alternative to prison, but also it does point to what is well

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documented, and that is really shocking lack of investment in

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mental health services around the country. We see the same issues

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being raised time and time again. That is down to a failure by

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government, by ministers in all the relative departments, to act then

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translate the learning into practice. Thank you very much.

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We do have a statement from the Ministry of Justice tonight. They

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say the Ministry of Justice told us that the safety of people in custody

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was the top priority, but recognised that there were significant failings

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in this case. John Tripp is and has already put in place a number of

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mergers are better support people with mental health problems and it

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will certainly carefully consider the findings of the inquest. One

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other thing that came up during the course of that interview, they have

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confirmed that Craig Royce was the person who died in Chelmsford prison

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here on Christmas Day. That's it from Chelmsford Prison,

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back now to the studio and Susie. The Science Minister says

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the Government's new industrial strategy will particularly benefit

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this region with its emphasis on supporting science,

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research and innovation. He came to Norwich to unveil

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the new policy, which could see millions of pounds of investment

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coming to our science parks. In the new Leaf Laboratory

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at the Norwich Research Park, the Science Minister learns how

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plants are producing proteins, This is where the next cure

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for Ebola or Zika could be found and it's because of research

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like this that the Government is upgrading the role of science

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in post-Brexit Britain. We are world class at science,

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but you've got to continue to invest in your science base

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to stay world class. We always said we would put science

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and innovation at the heart of the industrial strategy

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and today, with the publication of this important Green Paper,

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we can see we've done just that. The growth of the Norwich Research

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Park is proof that science has been getting a higher profile

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in recent years. Putting it at the top

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of this new industrial Ministers see a sector

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were Britain can excel, so there will be extra funding,

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less regulation and ministers will fight for new deals

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to drive up exports. There will also be bigger attempts

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to ensure that scientific discoveries get the help they need

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to become commercial successes. There is something that is generally

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known as the 'Valley of Death' between pure research

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and its translation, where investment has probably been

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less than it might have been But this new strategy

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isn't just about science. There's a promise to

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upgrade infrastructure, like roads and broadbands,

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support for low carbon energy, There will also be a push for more

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schools which specialise in maths and science -

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an attempts to produce This sixth form in Norwich

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is one of the first. They'll all find themselves

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in exactly the same classes, they will follow each other

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throughout the day, which means their study periods

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will be the same, as well. We'll find that they almost

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breed their own community of students and they build

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on their aspirations. Today was about the Government's

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vision for the future. Now it has to deliver,

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but if it can, the East seems well placed to benefit

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from the new industrial strategy. What has been the wider reaction

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to this announcement? It has been broadly welcomed by the

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business community that says scientist something we are good at

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and it has the potential to drive the post-Brexit economy. Labour are

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also been supportive. The spokesman said today that science has been

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underfunded for many years so any extra money is welcome. Some

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scientists have pointed out that to succeed they will need a good

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principle yield, they will need to be able to recruit the right staff,

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take part in the right projects. This industrial strategy has the

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potential to be very good for us, but it all depends on those Brexit

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Still to come tonight: Jules will be here with the weather,

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And if you have ever been stuck on a jam on the A12

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you might like this - Highways England unveil plans

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A confidential report investigating the suspension

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of the Chief Fire Officer in Essex appears to have cleared

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David Johnson has been off work on full pay since April 2015.

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Now BBC Essex has obtained a document that examines 11

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This exclusive report is from Samantha Dalton.

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21 months and still not able to return to work. David Johnson's

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future as Essex's chief fire officer remains unclear, despite a report

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which seems to find no evidence of misconduct. In the report we learned

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that Essex Fire authority commissioned a leading barrister to

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investigate 11 allegations against David Johnson. Four people were

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interviewed and expense of documents reviewed. Among the allegations were

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that Mr Johnson's book luxury accommodation instead of budget

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accommodation for a conference and feel to given up notice of booking

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annual leave. The report concludes that none of the allegations against

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him could be established. They have done an investigation. They have

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barrister to look at it and there is no case to answer. She prodded

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things come to light future down the line, if there is a reason to

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discipline someone then they should be disciplined. If there is no

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reason to be disciplined, then the need to be back in the workplace.

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How can we be in a position where we are funding to me what appears to be

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a bit of fun indulgence for someone to prove something that they can't

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prove or are unable to provide the evidence to prove it, whilst we are

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having people losing their life because of fire. It is an appalling

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situation. As a taxpayer I am angry. As a politician, I'm furious. I will

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be writing to the Essex Fire Brigade today demanding an explanation.

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Essex Fire authority says that the report is not the only piece of

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evidence against Mr Johnson and legal representatives on both sides

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are working to drop the matter to conclusion, adding that the

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investigation has taken longer than anyone would like but the authority

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has a responsibility to ensure due process is followed. Unions

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understand that Mr Johnson will face a disciplinary hearing next month.

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Plans to widen the A12 in Essex have been unveiled by Highways England.

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The plan is for three lanes each way between Chelmsford and Marks Tey.

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Tricky conditions for drivers braving the A12

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The fog contributed to accidents and delays during this

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Drivers who are unfortunate enough to have to use this road every day

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say even the slightest prang can cause long, long tailbacks.

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Welcome, everyone, to the launch of the A12 widening.

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That's why this Highways England briefing on improving

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the A12 was welcomed by many of the councillors and

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A 19-mile stretch between Chelmsford and Colchester is being widened.

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There are 90,000 vehicles per day in peak time.

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From today, the public is being as for its views

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They include making the existing A12 three lanes in both

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directions between Boreham, near Chelmsford, and Marks Tey

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on the edge of Colchester, or a combination of widening

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the road and building one or two bypasses.

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The road is in excess of capacity most of the days these days and,

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clearly, there is a need to desperately improve that.

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If the existing A12 was widened, some homes may have to be

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The A12 is at the bottom of the garden.

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Chris Long, who lives in Rivenhall, is hoping for a bypass.

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Yes, there are alternatives which are far better options

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than obviously demolishing 20 people's homes and

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The preferred option will be decided in the summer.

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Highways England hopes that work will start by 2020.

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It has emerged that thousands of people in this region

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are being targeted by fraudsters, using a so-called suckers list .

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Data obtained by the BBC shows details of more

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than 6,000 people from Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk are on the list.

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Donald Ellis from side is 82, retired gas engineer. He has been

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targeted by scammers for the past ten years. I have had letters saying

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sent ?40. He has seen it all, every kind of fraudulent meal and bogus

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phone calls from all over the world, France, Germany, Spain, Morocco,

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Australia. People phone you up and say you have a parcel. They say, you

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have a parcel, you sent us the wrong PIN number. I said I have never sent

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you my PIN number, but they say we need it now to pay the ?25. I say, I

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don't want it, I haven't ordered anything. Donald is getting help

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from a group called turning tides in Southend. They work with the police,

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trading standards and the local council to advise elderly scam

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victims had to stay safe. The people being targeted again readily believe

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that the scams aren't fake, they will win that ?50,000, they will

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treat themselves to a holiday, maybe buy themselves a new car. But

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clearly that isn't the case. Figures from the National audit of the show

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that the average age of a victim of so-called mass marketing fraud is

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74. The average loss per victim is ?4500 and there is a 30% chance of a

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scam victim falling for another scan within a year. Donald Ellis has

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learned the hard way, but he has some advice for anyone who wants to

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listen. I am telling older people just hang up on them. Don't send

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your PIN number. They tried to mentally wear you down. Just be

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careful and don't be sucked in by it, you know?

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Football now and Southend have sacked their head groundsman

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after Saturday's match was postponed because of a frozen pitch.

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Meanwhile, Ipswich Town's dreadful week ended in defeat

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to Huddersfield, keeping the pressure on their manager.

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But Norwich earned a much-needed win, as Tom Williams reports.

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He's a man under the microscope, in the spotlight.

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Every decision scrutinised, every performance picked apart.

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Saturday's 3-1 win, for now, keeps the Wolves at bay.

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I thought it was really good, actually,

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I thought it took a long while for the crowd to get

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into things, and understandably so after the recent weeks.

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But I thought the professionalism and the way the players dealt

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with that, and the desire, grit and determination

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they showed is something we haven't seen for a while.

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Norwich needed it, up against their former

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Defeat would have been unthinkable, for many fans too much to take,

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but goals from Naismith, Brady and Howson gave City a second

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That's four wins from their last five home games, keeping them

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Effectively, the signal from inside the club was,

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we are going to have a really good crack at promotion.

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Now, it's not acceptable, really, to see the situation

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Five points out of the play-offs, mid-table, eight defeats

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That's probably where a lot of the anger and frustration has

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come from the supporters and Alex Neil himself

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would be the first to say he is probably fortunate

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Has time passed for a change of manager?

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I think it has, in terms of the transfer window now

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because if you get rid of your manager now,

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They will still will have a decent squad, but they wouldn't be able

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to bring anybody in, so it would be a tough one,

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but I think the club have backed the manager and we all have

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to accept that and we all want him to do well.

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No letup for Mick McCarthy at Ipswich.

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Embarrassed by non-league Lincoln last week, his side put up a fight

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against high-flying Huddersfield, but they were beaten

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Some tough fixtures coming up and, with Town lying 14th

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in the Championship, McCarthy knows he needs victories

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It was fast and frock to start the day for some of us today. In some

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places that fog really lingered, with temperatures struggling to get

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above freezing. There were some breaks in the cloud this afternoon

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and where we had the sun we had highs of six Celsius. This cloud

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will move eastwards overnight tonight, perhaps producing a little

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bit of light rain and drizzle but for most of us are dry night and a

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cold one. The temperatures will fluctuate, but already in some spots

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we have -1 1-2 , we could see minus five degrees through the night. We

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are expecting widespread fog, and that could be freezing fog so there

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is a yellow warning in place until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning for some

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potentially difficult travelling conditions. Some of the fog could

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linger tomorrow through the day. Perhaps not everywhere and some of

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us will be lucky to see the fog eventually clearing and some

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sunshine coming through, although it is likely to be hazy sunshine.

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Temperatures again, when we get the sun highs of six, where we get the

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fog. Around freezing. We finished the day under clear skies, but the

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frost and fog will reform. Weather the Baha'i migrates further

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eastwards and the wind should pick up little bit so some frost and fog

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to start on Wednesday but hopefully that should clear more baby because

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of the wind and most of us will see it disappear completely and it could

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be some brightness. On Thursday, the high pressure is even further to the

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east that we start to get a flow of air of the continent that is very

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cold. Although we expect quite a lot of sunshine on Thursday it will feel

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better, highs of only three Celsius and feeling colder in the wind.

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Friday, perhaps a little bursts -- a little less cold but still chilly,

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dry with some brightness at times. Looking ahead to next weekend, dry

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with sunny spells, still holding onto cold nights with some localised

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frost and perhaps a return of the mist and fog, too.

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That is all from us. Have a good evening, see you tomorrow night.

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Goodbye.

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