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Hello and welcome to Tuesday's Look North.

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The search for missing chef Claudia Lawrence is scaled down

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At the end of the day, the biggest problem is Claudia is not hear and

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nobody knows anything about Weir shares, what she's doing, whether

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she is alive or dead, of these things. -- way she is.

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Two men are arrested after a shotgun is fired

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The owners of a family butchers at the centre of an E-coli

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outbreak deny breaching food safety regulations.

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We meet the North East documentary maker celebrating the life

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of the last man on the moon Gene Cernan - who's died aged 82.

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And why business is booming for the barber on the bus

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In sport, we'll look ahead to Sunderland's FA

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And there's a hero's welcome for Teesside's

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newest world champion - darts ace Glen "Duzza" Durrant -

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back at work, with his championship trophy.

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First tonight, the search for the missing York

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chef Claudia Lawrence is to be scaled back.

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The announcement's been made following a three year review

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of the investigation into her disappearance

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Her father Peter says he's hugely disappointed and depressed

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Mr Lawrence praised the police but said new information

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from the public was needed if his daughter is to be found.

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Phil Chapman's outside Claudia's home in York now for us.

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Good evening. The last sighting of Claudia was in March 2009 when she

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walked back home here to her small terraced house near the centre of

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York after their shift at work at the University of York. She went

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inside and spoke briefly to her mother on the telephone. That was

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the last that anyone heard of her. The whole family today is deeply

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disappointed, her father said he is deeply depressed at the announcement

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by the police that the review is to be scaled down. He spoke this

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afternoon on behalf of of Claudia's father.

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At the end of the day the biggest problem

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is Claudia is not hear and

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nobody knows where she is, what's she doing, whether

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Despite the best effort of the police, it feels

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have lots of information but they still

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need that other bit of information which is going to bring

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The police have been explaining their decision to scale down the

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investigation, what did they say? They said they exhausted every

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single line of inquiry over the nine years and over the last three years

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of this police review. There are also deeply frustrated and

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sympathise with the Lawrence family. They believe somebody out there

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knows exactly what happened to Claudia on that evening or night

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when she did not come to work following day. Somebody knows

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exactly what happened to Claudia according to the police but they

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have failed come forward. This has been an investigation

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of great magnitude, of massive lines of inquiry from CCTV

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to looking at Claudia's financial affairs, telephone records,

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new witnesses who came forward. We have applied new

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forensic techniques. Numerous house searches,

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ground searches. We have thrown everything at this

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investigation which we possibly can. The key challenge we have had

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is we have never been able to identify that

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primarily crime scene. That was the biggest

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challenge to the police, we have never been able

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to achieve that breakthrough. Where do things go from year? That

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is one final line of inquiry the police told me about, it is a DNA

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profile which will take a further six weeks to investigate and then

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the investigation will enter what is called a reactive phase when they

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will just wait for information to come in rather than be proactive as

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they have been. The assistant cheek and told to me they will never close

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this case and he believes there is always the possibility they will

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crack this case. -- the assistant chief constable. Thank you.

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The police say staff at a Sunderland post office had a terrifying

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experience when a shotgun was fired during an attempted armed robbery.

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It happened at the Ford Post Office on Hylton Road.

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Here's our News Correspondent Mark Denten.

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Hylton Road, Sunderland, last night and police

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hunting for two men, one who fired a

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shotgun and tried to rob the post office.

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About ten to five yesterday afternoon, two men walked into the

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post office and one was carrying a shotgun.

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They demanded the staff behind a security screen hand over

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They refused and one of the men fired a shotgun.

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The staff were inside the premises behind the

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Can I take the opportunity to thank the staff for how bravely they

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They remained calm and contacted the police immediately

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which allowed us to attend the scene as quickly as we could.

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We have the two in custody now and recovered the

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Early this morning, two men one aged 31 and one

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aged 45 were arrested on suspicion of robbery.

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Police say the use of a gun in the area is very rare.

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I would like to point out that offences of this nature are

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extremely rare and we have to go back many years when we had a

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live firearm exchange in something of this nature in Sunderland.

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No one was hurt in the incident and police are still

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The owners of a family butchers at the centre of an E-coli outbreak

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have denied breaching food safety rules.

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Janet Bell and Trevor Robinson appeared at Teesside

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Stuart Whincup was in court and sent us this report.

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15 people became infected with E.Coli back in July 2015.

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Of those people, ten needed hospital treatment and seven suffered

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Today at Teesside Magistrate Court, the

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owners of the butchers in Billingham, Janet Bell

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and Trevor Robinson, appeared in court.

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They face charges of selling various items, including

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cooked ham, pork, turkey and egg quiche which was unsafe for human

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consumption by reason of contamination with pathogenic

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Both pleaded not guilty to the charges.

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The case was transferred to Teesside Crown Court

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The court heard this was a detailed case and will hear detailed evidence

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from many people including experts. where the pair will next

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appear on February 14. An inquest's heard how a prisoner

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who demanded to be sent to a psychiatric hospital was found

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hanging in her cell. 47-year old Maggie Atkinson,

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from Northallerton, died nine days after being discovered unconscious

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at Low Newton prison An inquest at Crook was told she had

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previously placed ligatures around her neck but wasn't

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considered to be intending The court heard she was held

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on remand for assault - her first time inside -

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and had seen prison psychiatrists They're designed to modernise

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the region's NHS - and make huge financial savings

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in the process. But so-called Sustainability

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and Transformation Plans are proving controversial -

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with some fearing they'll lead to the downgrading

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of local hospitals. Now a survey of doctors

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in the North East seen exclusively by Look North suggests many feel

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they haven't been consulted about the process of

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drawing up the proposals. Our political correspondent

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Luke Walton joins me. Each area of England has to come up

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with a sustainability and transformation plan -

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to make better use of NHS resources and better coordinate services

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to improve care across this region. There are three plans being drawn up

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- and the first drafts because they also have to bridge

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a big financial gap in the NHS - more than a billion pounds

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a year in our region. A North East leader says it's

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crucial his colleagues We're hearing about the problems in

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National Health service, the problems in accident and emergency

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almost everyday. We have to look at the long-term solution and this plan

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is part of that with the delivery of five years but we have to get the

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funding rights and the clinicians involved. We have to do this with

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the doctors who work in the National Health service.

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We've had exclusive access to a survey of GPs

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And a pretty stark message came back.

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Around three quarters said they hadn't been told

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enough about the plans to understand their impact.

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With roughly two out of three calling the NHS exercise "top down".

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Around six out of ten felt they'd not been consulted

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What's been the response to that criticism?

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NHS England makes the point that local GPs

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commissioning groups or CCGs which are helping to draw up

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It also talks of engaging the public and NHS staff to finalise

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The Newcastle Gateshead CCG also insists doctors still have

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plenty of opportunity to have their say.

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consultations, written submissions, discussions with their colleagues

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and others, clinicians are able to contribute very clearly to the

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is this further evidence of tensions within the service?

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There has certainly been a lot of headlines about pressures on

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hospitals and general practice. These plans are about alleviating

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the pressure managers would say that the problem is if they cannot win

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round family doctors, what hope we have winning round the public? Thank

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you. A fourth man's been unsuccessful

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in his bid to sue the catholic church, over alleged historical

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abuse at a Yorkshire of Middlesbrough and the day

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La Salle order over allegations of decades of abuse

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at the St William's children's Of the five test cases

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for compensation only one has been successful -

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receiving a ?14,000 payout. The final decision on the future

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of Darlington's historic Crown Street Library is expected

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to be made this evening. Campaigners have vowed

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to continue their fight against the planned closure

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of the library which the council wants to move into the nearby

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Dolphin Centre as part The Council says the number

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of library visitors is falling dramatically, while it needs

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to save millions of pounds. In May the first Tees Valley Mayor

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will be elected, and handed new money and powers form

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Westminister. He or she will preside over an area

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covering Darlington, Hartlepool, Stockton,

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Middlesbrough and Redcar. But just how can one person bring

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all those areas together? David Macmillan's been

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trying to find out. The Tees Valley is home to 670,000

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people across five council areas, stretching from the North Sea

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to North Yorkshire - the new mayor's challenge

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is to deliver prosperity across this Some parties already

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believe they've found Yarm councillor Ben Houchen

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is the Conservative candidate. There is a Canon -- commented that

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it comes to business and transport infrastructure. Coming from the

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area, I have a good understanding how that all fits together.

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and Cleveland Council leader Sue Jeffrey is Labour's candidate.

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She says the closure of SSI UK showed how interlinked the regions

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It affected all five local authority areas so it is not about fighting

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each other but working together, being pragmatic and working to

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deliver the goals we have for the Tees Valley Youth Choir twos around

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growing jobs and the economy. is the parties prospective

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mayoral candidate. He has ambitious

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plans for transport. We're looking at the possibility of

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bringing back the Tees Valley Metro system which was shelved a few years

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ago. It will cost a lot of money and we will have to find that money.

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of the North Party is also focused on helping people get around

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We need to have an ambitious transport scheme for the future

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which spread prosperity across the whole area.

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David Macmillan, BBC Look North, Teesside.

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And you can find out more on BBC Sunday Politics with Richard Moss,

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You're watching Tuesday's Look North.

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Jeff Brown joins us with tonight's sports news shortly.

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Cutting it in countryside - the barber sweeping the floor

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Drizzly weather might make your hairdo Thursday but there is more to

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come short -- join me for the region's forecasts shortly.

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A North-East film-maker's been speaking about his hero,

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the astronaut Gene Cernan, who's died aged 82.

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Commander Cernan was the last man to walk on the moon,

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and director Mark Craig, from Croft near Darlington,

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formed a deep bond with him during the making of a film

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which documented his life and achievements.

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He's been speaking to our reporter Damian O'Neil.

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I really wanted to reach out, put it in my hand and stick it in my space

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suit and bring it home and show it to everybody.

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The first time I met Gene in London in 2007,

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e-mailed him to discuss the possibility of making a film.

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I was given a very narrow slot with him

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over breakfast for about one hour to discuss possibilities.

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What was it like for him being the last man

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on the Moon as opposed to being the first man?

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I think at the time, all of them would've loved

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there's no question about that, they were very competitive and

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For all those men who walked on the moon, it does

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not matter if you were the third, seventh or 12th, it was a mind

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blowing experience so he was very happy to be walking on the moon at

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When you first meet one of those mythological, Silver suited

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astronauts, especially one of the 12 that

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walked on the moon, it is an

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awesome experience but as a film-maker,

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You need to look at him with a much more objective eye so certainly I

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had to ask rather more difficult personal questions, like about how

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the fact that so many of his friends were killed and how he overcame

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How he struggled with balancing a home life and tunnel

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vision focus of reaching this incredible goal that JFK had set out

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So yes, he would be the first to admit that he got

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It's not even 24 hours since I heard the news.

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Gene was one of those guys who just seem to be

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There was probably a period of his life

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when he thought he was indestructible and invincible as

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I know he was loved by people all the world over, from fans of

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space to people who just met him and had some time with them.

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I'm hugely privileged to have spent the amount

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of time I did with him, sharing so many of his

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adventures in space and

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also just his personal life on Earth today.

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I will treasure those until my time comes.

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Now, a Northumberland hairdresser is taking her business out

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to the villages around Hexham in her Barber Bus.

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Susan Wray says her business is booming because her male clients

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don't have to go to town - or visit a women's salon!

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We sent Sharon BARBOUR out to meet her -

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Parked up and open for business in Northumberland.

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It is not long before customers start to arrive at

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Susan Wray used to work at a barbershop

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in Hexham and many clients were making long journeys from the

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So many people come from rural villages and some struggled so

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I thought why not go out to them and set up

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I do run a four weekly so I go different places every day.

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I come from home, walk along here and it's here.

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What would you have to do if you didn't have the

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Dead handy to have it out in the sticks.

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Saw a white van parked in the square which had my name on it which is

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She said what do you want, I said a haircut!

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It is nice to have a barber cut your hair instead of a lady

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It has been a busy and hairy morning but now it is time to clean up

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before the lady in the van sets off once again to tidy

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the heads of the men at her next village location.

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The Monday blues, you might have heard that. She gave my little boy

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his first haircut and a sweetie. Great story.

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Now he might have become a World Champion at the weekend

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but this morning it was back to the day job for darts

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supremo Glen Durrant from Middlesbrough who lifted

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the BDO World Championship trophy on Sunday night.

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And - as you might expect - the 46-year-old returned

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to a hero's welcome, as Dawn Thewlis reports.

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It was a return to work like no other -

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crowds of tenants and colleagues at the Grangetown Housing office

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where Glen has worked for thirty years lined the road to pay tribute

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to their very own World Champion - who was quite overwhelmed!

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I thought I had reached the pinnacle, I thought I had reached my

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highest moment when I reach that winning double, turning round the

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road to city stuff I had worked with for 30 years all outside was a

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pretty special moments. I don't think anything will top that.

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attention since his victory Glen or Duzza as he's known has decided

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to put darts on the back burner and concentrate on work

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It is what I want. I need normality back in my life and I need it

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quickly. I am going to take a little break from darts. I don't know how

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long, my body and my mind will tend me went to get back to the dart

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board. I want to focus on work and I was looking for some normality today

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but I do not think I am going to get that.

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As the party continued inside the speculation

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mounted over Glen's possible participation in the PDC where darts

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superstars play but right now that's the furthest thing

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That is definitely not going to happen. If I were to go to the PDC,

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I have to go to the qualifying school that I am not ready to look

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at the dart board for a long time now. I want to enjoy the moment and

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have people shared this trophy with me for now.

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Boro fans during half time at the Riverside on Saturday.

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On to football, and Sunderland are in FA Cup action tonight.

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They take on Burnley in a third round replay at Turf Moor -

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where they were beaten 4-1 in the Premier League just

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But even that - and their recent form -

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won't stop around 1400 fans making the trip to Lancashire.

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We've seen this sort of thing before - Sunderland's defence falling apart

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with alarming ease - and hundreds of fans

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deciding they'd had enough, with the game effectively

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But the diehards were back at the Stadium of Light this

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afternoon, to catch the bus for the two and a half

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Keane or potentially certifiable, one of the two. You never know.

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Of course, the youngsters HAVEN'T been given much

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of a go in recent weeks - despite the club's long injury list.

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In the weekend shocker against Stoke, manager David Moyes

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And was a shambles. He has young lads on the bench who are brilliant,

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bring them on, give them a chance. Was 13 do you hope you will play?

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Hopefully a strong team that will win. How can we play well against

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Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and when we play the

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mediocre team we cannot play football. I just want to say before

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I pop my clocks are good season. It is not his fault. We haven't got the

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money, we haven't got the players, they are all injured. He cannot help

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it, it is not his fault. Yes. A bit greedy for many. The BBC

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weather watchers have been out and about with their cameras. You

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concede a fog, a little better on the coast. Over the Pennines, cloud

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up above and cloud sinking into the valleys as well. That's because of

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the high-pressure holding everything tight, nothing has a chance to

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escape. The low cloud is being held down and it will remain for the next

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few days. Nothing changing quickly, a lot closer in tonight and a lot of

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low cloud so poor visibility, especially over high ground. The odd

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spot of drizzly rain. The temperatures remain male twitchers

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the upside of the situation. Temperature is now lower than six

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Celsius. It is agree and misty start for many of us tomorrow. We will

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start to say a few Greeks appearing in Northumberland, stretching to the

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Pennines. -- a few breaks. They will be short-lived. We should seek

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temperatures like today. Around 10 Celsius. Winds remain light from the

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south for Southwest tomorrow. High-pressure firmly in charge of

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the weather and it is going nowhere fast. This weather front is stuck

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underneath, helping to keep the cloud. High-pressure maintains its

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grip on the things towards the end of the week and the first part of

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the weekend. I don't say anything changes -- anything changing as we

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head to the next few days. Largely dry tomorrow, a few bright patches

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towards the end of the afternoon. Temperatures as shade cooler. Eight

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or nine Celsius you are high. A similar picture on Friday, if

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anything turning cooler towards the weekend. An increasing risk of a

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touch of frost as we head into the weekend. It remains largely dry as

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we head to Saturday, Sunday met C one or two showers. That's how it

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looks for the next few days. We will keep you up-to-date on your local

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