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Hello, welcome to BBC Look East. In the programme tonight:

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A Conservative councillor is suspended by his party after this

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video images of him confronting a hunt protester.

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I'll tell my husband there is, shall I?

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One of the biggest financial brands in East Anglia

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is about to disappear, as Norwich Peterborough

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building society is swallowed up by the Yorkshire.

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We will report on the latest phase of work to preserve this iconic

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lighthouse. And after 40 years of snowdrops,

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we say goodbye to the First tonight, the huntsman

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from Norfolk who's been suspended as a councillor after a video

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emerged of him making lewd comments Until recently, Charles Carter was

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the master of the West Norfolk hunt. He is also a Conservative

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councillor for Breckland. Tonight, the Conservative

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leader of the council told us he was appalled

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by the video. Gareth George is that council

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headquarters now. Charles Carter's behaviour under

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intense scrutiny here. The leader of the council told us, I immediately

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took action and he has been suspended from the conservative

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group. North Yorkshire Police said they were called with reports of an

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altercation. They say they're investigating too.

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Excuse me, hunting is banned. The Middleton Hunt in North

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Yorkshire, felled by a hunt protester. She challenges Charles

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Carter, it he begins filming her, and makes lewd comments.

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Pardon? I'll tell my husband that, shall I?

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Charles Carter has been on Breckland Council since 2011. In a statement,

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the council leader said, ... Mr Carter represents the ward of

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Saham Toney. Disgusting, a man in a position

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should know better, and women shouldn't be spoken to that -- like

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that by anyone in any position. It's just not on.

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It makes you feel awful. People shouldn't say things like that.

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Especially councillors or anything. Not nice at all.

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He shouldn't be representing anybody if he holds those beliefs anyway.

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Totally wrong. The thing is, Meera Carroll, now I know that connection,

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I won't vote for him. In 2011, Look East filmed the east

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Norfolk can't, and interviewed Mr Carter.

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Having to look over at the shoulder is is not what the country should be

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about. You're very pretty.

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Sewer foxes. The council described Mr Carter's

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comments as inappropriate and offensive.

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The Islwyn take in Yorkshire, the council has suspended Mr Carter. We

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have tried to get hold of Charles Carter several times today, but so

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far have failed. The Norwich Peterborough

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Building Society brand will disappear from our high

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streets later this year. 28 branches across the East

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will be closed and hundreds The society is owned

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by the Yorkshire Building Society, which says it wants

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to focus on the main brand. This from our business

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correspondent, Richard Bond. It's been a trusted name on our High

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Street for decades, with 45 branches across the region. But soon, the

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Norwich Peterborough name will completely disappear. Its owner, the

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Yorkshire building society, plans to close 28 N branches, including

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best one, on the outskirts of Norwich.

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A lot of people use that branch, this project every branch, I should

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think. It's a shame, our elderly customers

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are going to feel the impact more. They rely upon the convenience on

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their doorstep of being able to withdraw their money and spend it at

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local businesses. The changes but at risk 340 jobs.

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They branches and at the Society's headquarters. The N was formed in

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1986 through the merger of the Norwich and Peterborough building

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society is. Throughout the 80s, the business thrived, but suffered a

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setback ten years ago, when selling the products of a company called

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Keydata, which went bust. The scandal cost N ?15 million and led

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to the Yorkshire takeover. The Yorkshire says the banking market is

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changing. More customers are conducting their business online,

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and use of High Street branches like this is declining by 7%a year.

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Further investment in that network can't be justified. But that

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argument will disappoint thousands of members who suspect a building

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society to provide a good branch network in places where the big

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banks aren't represented. These are some of the places set to close. The

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changes are due to take place from September this year. Members are

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being encouraged to embrace online banking, but some elderly customers

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may find that difficult to do. Mike Regnier is the chief executive

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of the Yorkshire Building Society. When I spoke to him

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late this afternoon, I asked him if it had been part

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of the merger agreement that the name Norwich

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Peterborough would disappear. We agreed that we would retain

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the brand for a period of two years Obviously, it's now six

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years ago since then. In that time there's been some

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pretty significant changes to the way that customers

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as a whole, but our customers We're seen a move away

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from branches towards digital. So the changes that we're

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announcing today just Because, as an organisation, we're

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not immune to those changes either. You will be aware that there

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could be people in some of the smaller locations

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for whom you are the only bank, and this will mean great

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difficulty for them. Yes, as you imagine,

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we've done a lot of analysis around exactly how far our existing

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customers might have to go In the vast majority of cases,

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it's a matter of a couple of miles Of course, there are other ways

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we can help them as well. What I'd certainly urge customers

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to do, if they have any concerns, please come and talk to us,

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pop into the branch, and we'll do everything we can

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to help them and make sure they continue to have banking

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services or whatever As I understand it,

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between headquarters and the branches, about 340 people

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will lose their job. At this stage, we haven't,

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obviously, confirmed anything. This is still proposals

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and now about to enter the consultation process,

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where we work with all the colleagues that could be

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affected by these changes. The announcements we've made today

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will not take effect In fact, up to 18

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months in some cases. So that gives us as much time

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as we can tell find roles for as many of those people

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as we possibly can. My aim would be to find roles

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for everyone, if we possibly can. That's unlikely, but we'll be

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redoubling efforts to make sure as many of those colleagues that

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are affected, we can help, and find other roles

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within our business. Does that apply to the

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headquarters as well? Do you intend to keep that open

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for the foreseeable future? We've not got any plans for

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the site, which is in Lynch Wood, That will remain part of the

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Yorkshire Building Society Group. We have several hundred

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people working there, and will continue to work

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there in the future. So, yes, this is mainly about some

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branch closures and some of the central themes in Lynch Wood

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that support the branches. But when you say you are consulting,

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it does mean that some of those It's likely some of them

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will lose their jobs, yes, but my objective is to find roles

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were as many as we can. Richard Bond is here -

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are these branch closures just Think it shows building societies

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are not immune from those forces that are causing banks to close

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their branches. But both societies are different from banks, they're

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mutual organisations, owned by members, not shareholders. Building

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societies are supposed to use the money they save by not paying

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dividends to do good stuff from members, such as paying decent

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interest rates and maintaining good branch networks. I think the trouble

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today's announcement it risks making the Norwich Peterborough, or the,

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look like any old bank, and that's not a place they want to be an.

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But this region still has some smaller building societies?

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Yes, you have the Cambridge and the Ipswich bullock societies. Cambridge

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have nine branches and say they have no plans to close any of them and

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are still committed to investing in them. When you consider 50 years ago

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this region had more than 50 building societies, we now have

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three, a precipitous decline. New figures show that hundreds

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of patients are bed-blocking Yesterday, we heard from a man

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who had spent more than two years at the James Paget Hospital

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in Norfolk before he was evicted. But he's far from alone, here's

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Katherine Nash with the details. Adriano Gueres spent two years

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refusing to leave his hospital bed. He's an example of someone offered

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alternative care and accommodation, His case may be extreme,

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but he's not alone. The term is used to describe

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patients who are occupying a hospital bed that they don't

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strictly need. They're often medically fit, ready

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to be discharged from the ward, According to the NHS,

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there are 445 people in the region who are fit

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to leave, occupying beds. And in Norfolk, that

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figure stands at 78. Commonly, delays are caused by

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patients who require further care. For example, if medical assessments

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aren't completed on time, or funding for social care hasn't

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been arranged, the patient Patrick Thompson has

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sat on health boards He says releasing someone

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from hospital is a complex process. There's a lot more people involved

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than just the health service. It's to do with social care,

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whether or not it's local council, county council, private health care

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assistance and neighbours - Not all bed-blockers fall

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under those categories. There are those, like

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Adriano Guedes, who simply reject their care plan,

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choosing to stay At hospitals in Essex, there are 27

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patients opting to stay. There are 18 in Suffolk,

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and in Norfolk there are 13. If you or a family member have been

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struggling to leave hospital, You can contact us via e-mail,

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phone or social media. Plans to provide an extra 1200

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school places in Essex have been The council is expecting the demand

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for places in secondary schools in Chelmsford to increase this year

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as more homes are built. If planning permission is granted,

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a school for children of all ages will be created

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in the Springfield area. A new primary school

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and early years building A 900-place secondary school

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would open the following year. Alex with news of even

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colder weather to come. Saying goodbye to the gardener

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at Anglesey Abbey after 40 years. And after all that bad

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news about the tidal surge earlier this month,

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the silver lining on The latest phase of work is now

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underway to protect the iconic lighthouse Orfordness from the

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scene. Avril once the ways that been taken away, had been giving

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something back. The East of England Ambulance

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Service has seen a huge increase in the numbers of calls over recent

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years, and it reached record levels The service says it's

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been its busiest winter ever. Today, the board of directors

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met in Cambridgeshire. Among the items up for discussion,

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growing demand, a shortage of paramedics and handover

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delays at hospitals. But the trust says it is making

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progress on response times. In a moment, the chief

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executive Robert Morton, after this from our chief reporter,

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Kim Riley. Pressure on the Ambulance Service

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has been steadily building over the winter, with demand leaping

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by almost a third last month. Between Christmas Eve

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and Boxing Day, control room staff handled just under 7000 calls,

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800 more than last year. The Department of Health national

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standard requires paramedics treat 75% of the most serious

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life-threatening calls In December, the East

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of England Ambulance Service While not hitting the national

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targets, the trust claims, week-by-week, it's consistenyl now

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one of the best-performing Our hospitals are under

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intense pressure too. The report, at today's meeting,

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highlighted that delays handing In December, delays of over 15

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minutes reached over 7800 hours. The equivalent of some 682

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12-hour ambulance shifts. Southend, Colchester,

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the Norfolk and Norwich and Peterborough among

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the top contributing hospitals. A national shortage of paramedics

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has led the trust to back up its recruitment drive at home

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by looking overseas. Nine candidates have

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been offered employment It's now considering furtehr

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recruitment in Australia The trust says it's treating more

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of its sickest patients within the eight-minutes target

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than ever before, and is moving towards meeting national

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performance standards. But the recruitment problem,

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an ongoing dispute with the main union,

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Unison, and a significant financial deficit are among problems that

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still have to be faced. After that board meeting, I asked

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the Chief Executive Robert Morton about the financial measures at the

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trust. He said the need to to spend more than they had in order to keep

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patients safe. If we did not spend this money now,

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effectively, we would not have sufficient capacity to respond to

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the huge rise in demand we're experiencing across the east of an.

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Secondly, there would be tremendous pressure on our workforce. Us, as a

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trust board, the pressure wave had to maintain this deficit to ensure

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we have sufficient capacity to respond to patients, maintain the

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safety of service and the well being of our workforce.

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You talk about your workforce, the trade dispute relating to late

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finishes are still ongoing. I spoke to you about that when you first

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joined, 18 months ago? We have worked in partnership with

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Unison and developed a number of measures to address the issue of

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late finishes and disturbed meal breaks. The feedback we've had from

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our workforce generally is that those changes have been positively

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received. But Unison has reiterated the threat

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to ballot for strike action if its demands aren't met?

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One would expect a trade union to continue to maintain that option.

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The reality is, we do continue to work together in partnership, we do

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continue to talk between our organisation and Unison. So whilst

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the statement is there, the reality is the risk of industrial action is

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low at this stage. You're still, as a service, failing

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to hit your targets. How much of that is down to the problems you

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have with handovers at hospitals? Is good percentage is due to hand

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over delays at hospitals, particularly across the festive

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season, we've seen continued correlation between weight for

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ambulance in areas where there are a long hand over delays.

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So you haven't got enough money, you have difficult relations with the

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union and you're dealing with a creaking NHS. What would your

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message to beat the Health Secretary this evening about those pressures

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you're facing? Clearly, we would want or money and

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want it now. I think the Secretary of State with gift us that money if

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he had available to him. But thing, accordingly, what we also need is

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continuing recognition of the pressure we're all under and that's

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where a micro doing our best underdog but circumstances. I've

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heard is a recognition that is it case from the Secretary of State.

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Thank you. Two weeks ago, our coastline was

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bracing itself for the devastating effects of strong winds

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and spring tides. Thousands of homes were

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evacuated, and the sea But while many places

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were left counting the cost, at Orfordness in Suffolk,

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they were counting their blessings. There, the waves dumped thousands

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of tonnes of shingle on the shoreline, and that

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could prove vital in a battle Once again, the volunteers are

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stepping into the breach on the beach. This, the latest phase of

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work costing more than ?6,000 to try to delay the now redundant

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structure's collapse, using these shingle-filled sausages. While it

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has weathered the recent swell, for once, the waves proved friend, not

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phone. We felt that the old girl was

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putting up a good fight, so we decided we would help her. Given

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some fair winds and a kind tail end to the winter, we should be able to

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get visitors over here again this year.

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Built in 1792 using three quarters of millennium breaks, it's over 750

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feet tall, with another 20 feet underground. It was decommissioned

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in 2013, now owned by a trust driven by passion and pride.

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It's landmark that everybody loves. Went you drive in, the first thing

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you see out to sea as the lighthouse. It would matter be --

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Orfordness without a lighthouse would be disastrous.

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We will take it year by year and at the end of each winter we will be

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able to assess how she's got through the winter. Will have time from when

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we can't get visitors here any more, but the lighthouse still saved, if

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that makes sense. That's when we will start dismantling and moving to

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the next phase of the plan. These are voice pipes, Wessels would go

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all the way down to the kitchen. The keeper good summer his mate come up

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here and give him a hand. They will hope to salvage an exhibit

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in the museum this and other artefacts from the inside. The very

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top of the building will be taken away preserve too. They know that

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they will sue calm, but for now it is all about digging in and battling

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on. Surrender, never. I always loved those moments when

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you say, I never knew that. Powered by whale oil, well I never.

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If you say Anglesey Abbey to most people, especially

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at this time of year, most people will say snowdrops.

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Over the years, the Abbey - which is run by the National Trust -

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has built a reputation for its winter garden.

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For the last 40 years, the man in charge has been Richard Todd,

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but now he's stepping down as head gardener.

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The nationally acclaimed winter garden, here at Anglesey Abbey -

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From red dogwood to whitewash bramble.

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That's the beauty of a winter garden.

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You can't be unhappy about what you're seeing,

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because they're fantastically bright.

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Richard Todd has worked here since he was 22.

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He planted much of this garden and designed a lot of it.

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Now he's retiring, his successor will need to constantly maintain it

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It's not a job for the faint-hearted.

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Not only are you running the garden, making sure

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maintaining all of those things - big team to look after,

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Obviously, there's lots of emotions around that, because it's

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But think it's the right time for me to hang up my boots, as it were.

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The real jewel in the crown here are the snowdrops,

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What are the challenges facing the new head gardener?

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We've got one right here, this is the first of our named

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We've got 350 in the collection, you've got to get your head

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round that, to tell the stories, tell the differences

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Richard is now going on to become the garden consultant

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for the National Trust in our region.

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If you'd like to fill his shoes here, applications close

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Does look lovely. Beautiful, very cold, but don't get

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colder? Yes, it today wasn't called enough.

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Promoter us across the region, it was misty and foggy, temperatures

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just above freezing. Beautiful photographs, a misty scene and

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Norfolk this morning. Another one here in Northamptonshire. That's how

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we start the evening, a lot of messed around and low cloud. Spots

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of drizzle possible, even the odd snow through the night. That throws

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up a problem of ice on untreated surfaces through the night.

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Temperatures will drop below freezing quite rightly, down to

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around minus two Celsius. In those frost-prime spots, it could go a

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degree or two lower than that. As we get drier, colder, continental air

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bossing the region overnight. That is going to be a feature of the

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weather tomorrow. High-pressure starting to head eastwards, we get

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this south easterly wind. A lump of cold air across the continent,

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across us tomorrow. We start tomorrow on a cold note anyway, a

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widespread frost. Potential for icy conditions as well. Cloud around,

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and once more at the of drizzle, a snow flurry as well. Essentially, a

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dry day. Is this dry air comes in, we'll studies ease and brightness,

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perhaps even sunshine in parts of the region, across that southeastern

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corner. Temperatures were some of us, not above freezing all day.

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Factor in the wind-chill, as easterly breeze, it will bitterly

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cold. It will feel subzero for Match Of The Day. The good news is it

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won't last, but it's going to be a widespread frost. A shift in

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pressure pattern, Friday a transitional day. High-pressure

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starting to rake down, Atlantic weather systems pushing and from the

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west. We'll study get more of a southerly wind. Celeste Coles, not

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warmer, but less cold. The potential for more cloud, and patchy rain on

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Friday. Not raining on Friday, but cloud around, dry interludes and

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spells of patchy rain. Temperatures recovering, up to 7 degrees on

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Friday. The weekend a similar pattern, dry, cloudy at times,

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chilly at night, but not as cold as it will be tomorrow.

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Thank you. 80 degrees on Saturday? Hardly

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swimsuits! -- 8 degrees on Saturday. See you tomorrow, bye-bye.

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