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Hello and welcome to Wednesday's Look North.

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Tonight, a university is fined ?400,000 after two students nearly

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They were wrongly given a dose of caffeine -

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equivalent to 300 cups of coffee each.

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The university completely failed to control the risks during these

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experiments and two young students found themselves seriously ill

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and in intensive care in hospital for a number of nights.

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The moment arsonists struck at a Newcastle pub as the landlord

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Swanning off - one of the North's best known museum exhibits

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is dismantled before a 300-mile trip to the Science Museum.

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And is this abandoned dog's ugly mug stopping him

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We visit the cycling club that'll host a major championship next year.

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And after another huge injury blow, the goal that's given beleaguered

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Northumbria University has been fined ?400,000 after two students

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Alex Rossetta and Luke Parkin, who were both 20 and Sports Science

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students, were investigating the impact of caffeine

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But they were each accidentally given a dose of caffeine equivalent

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Our news correspondent Mark Denten joins us now from outside

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Well, in many ways, we were told in court today that this was a routine

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experiment that had been done every year as part of a Sports Science

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course, as you said, students, volunteers given caffeine, then

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exercising and measuring the effect. But on the 21st of March 2015

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something went drastically wrong with this.

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So Mark just how much caffeine did the students have?

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Let us have a look at the figures. What they were supposed to actually

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have was 0.32 g of caffeine, that is the equivalent to about three strong

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cups of coffee. What they actually got was 100 times that each, 30.7

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grams of caffeine, that is the equivalent to 300 cups of coffee

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each. To give you an idea of what that looks like, on the left-hand

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side of your screen, you can see one spoon, that is how much caffeine

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they should have had and on the right-hand side, you can see the

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Heil, that is how much the students each got, a huge difference.

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The students had an immediate effect, vomiting, blog division,

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heart palpitations. Both had to go to hospital and one ended up on

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dialysis and in intensive care to remove the caffeine from their

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system. Sentencing and fining Northumbria University ?400,000, the

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judge said there was inadequate supervision and training from the

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University and outside court, the Health and Safety Executive who

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brought this case gave their reaction. The university completely

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failed to control the risks during these experiments and two young

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students found themselves seriously ill and in intensive care in

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hospital for a number of months. In other reported cases, people have

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died after taking doses far less than those that were administered to

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the students. All organisations have engaged in experiments where people

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given chemical substances identify the weather risks and adopt strict

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procedures to ensure that the experiments can be undertaken

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safely. So it sounds as if the students

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are lucky to be alive? Absolutely. I mean, they were very

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young, 20 years old and they were also very set Sports Science

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students. The court heard effect and that was what had saved them, had

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they been older, they could very well have died. Here is the Health

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and Safety Executive again. Such a huge amount of caffeine, it is

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common and a lot of substances, coffee, tea a lot of the high-energy

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drinks, people would be amazed how much coffee and caffeine is

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contained in that. They are lucky to be alive? Absolutely, they were

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saved because they were young and fit and sport students. One was a

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keen swimmer and the other kept a very active life. They managed to

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fight this off and get through it. The Vice Chancellor of Northumbria

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University was in court today but left without speaking to the media.

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The university has issued a statement and this is it, they have

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said they are genuinely sorry about what happened to those students but

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that it is an isolated incident and that the welfare of its staff and

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students is always paramount. One happy footnote to this, both

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students have recovered, both got their degrees in their normal time

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and one has gone on to take a Masters degree at Northumbria

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University. Thank you for that, Mark.

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This is the horrifying moment arsonists attacked a Newcastle

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pub while the landlord and his family slept upstairs.

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The police released the pictures which were caught on CCTV cameras.

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Officers say it's fortunate nobody was killed.

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The window is broken and you then see an accelerant

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dousing the furniture, then it all goes up in flames.

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The real worrying thing is that the family of the licensee

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were in bed above the pub, in the accommodation above the pub.

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Obviously, they're really quite shaken by what has gone on.

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Had one of them not woken up as a result of the sound

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of the breaking glass, this could have been a real tragedy

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and I think it has really shaken the family up quite badly

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and they are thinking about what could have been,

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Fortunately, the family did escape unhurt and today the landlord

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at The Jubilee in Fordham did not want to speak about the incident,

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but the police are hoping because it could have been so much worse,

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They are now checking CCTV and they are appealing for information.

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A Hartlepool man accused of the brutal murder of a pensioner

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has been giving evidence in his defence today.

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The body of Norma Bell was found in her burned-out home last April.

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Gareth Dack told Teesside Crown Court she was a "wonderful woman"

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and denied having anything to do with her death.

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She was a 79-year-old widow, a mother of the Andy Foster care to

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over 50 children during her lifetime. Norma Bell was found dead

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at her home in Westbourne Road in Hartlepool last April. Man charged

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with killing her, 33-year-old Gareth Dack, is accused of using little

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cables to strangle her inside the home. He is accused of setting

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several fires inside the property and turning on the gas hob, hoping

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an explosion would cover his tracks. It never ignited. Gareth Dack denied

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calling a soft pawn TV station from her landline and stealing her TV.

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The jury heard he sold drugs and was an occasional cocaine user. Today he

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spoke in his defence and said he had known the women for a number of

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years and live just down the road from work and described as a

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wonderful woman and in the past had visited her house with her children.

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He had always ask after him, she said. He had borrowed money from her

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and had fixed events in our backyard. He spoke at the shock of

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being arrested and said he did not expect for one moment to be charged

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with murder. The prosecution asked them why he responded, no comment,

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the police questions. Why should I make their job easier, he replied.

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Dack said he had taken legal advice. Norma Bell's injuries were read out

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by the prosecution. Gareth Dack denies murder and arson. The trial

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continues. Northumbria Police say 25 victims

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have come forward since they started investigating allegations of sexual

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abuse in sport. The force says it relates to eight

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suspects across nine different sporting clubs,

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including Newcastle United and The police are urging

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anyone who hasn't come A plan to turn Newcastle into one

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of the world's greenest communities when it comes to the recycling

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and re-use of waste has been But supporters of the plan admit

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the city still has a long way to go to tackle the environmental

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and financial cost. The council says the waste generated

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by Newcastle alone could fill the stadium at St James' Park

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to the top every three years. Our political correspondent

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Luke Walton has more. From broken gadgets to plastic

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milk cartons, chucking stuff out has become part

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of modern life. It is Newcastle recycling centre is

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an example of what is becoming an increasingly big issue for all of

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us, not only does collecting waste, the price to the taxpayer, but

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failure to reuse it comes at an increasing cost, both

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environmentally and financially. That is pollution, we have to think

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about the social cost, about people, and the economic cost. We are facing

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huge asperity measured from the government. Newcastle currently

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generates 142,000 tonnes of waste annually, enough, says the council,

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to fill St James' Park to the brim every three years. A third of which

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goes to landfill. The council wants to cut that figure and turn only

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city into a world leader on recycling. It says the residents

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have a big part to play. Quite often there is an attitude that we can

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drop rubbish, brother at fly-tipping and that the council will collect

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it. But we have a responsibility about having pride and respect for

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the area in which we live. When it comes to the proportion of waste

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recycled, be used or composting, according to a recent analysis, the

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Newcastle figure is 38.5%, well behind top performing Richmondshire

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in North Yorkshire at 52.4%. But better than Sunderland at 29.4%.

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Newcastle's Lib Dems accused the ruling Labour group of leading the

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service life. We're getting lots of complaints about missed bin

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collections, fly-tipping and lack of information about what can be

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recycled, where and when. So we want to see a much more proactive

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approach to waste management in the city. Our workforce carry out a

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fantastic service in all weathers and I would say, do not make cheap

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shots about the service, it is very good. From disposable to reusable,

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turning the tide of rubbish will not be easy, but they need to change

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habits becomes ever more pressing. Luke Walton, BBC Look North.

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15 months on from the closure of the Thai company SSI's blast

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furnace and steel works on Teesside, the task force set up to deal

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with the aftermath of the closure has revealed new figures showing

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Over two thousand people lost their jobs at the Redcar complex,

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The majority of former workers are no longer claiming benefits,

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and over three hundred new businesses have either been set

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up by former steelworkers or are in the planning.

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Our business correspondent Ian Reeve reports.

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It was an event - more than a year ago -

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After 170 years of iron and steel-making, the end,

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as SSI's Redcar blast furnace was shut down.

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But the unemployment fall-out has been less than expected.

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So, today, of the 2,150 people who claimed benefits in the wake

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of the 2015 closure, 2,107 no longer are.

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And also revealed today, a staggering 248 businesses have

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80 more are in the pipeline, thanks to help from the task force

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Businesses like Matthew's Middlesbrough-based truck training

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and haulage company, built up to a fleet of 26

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We cannot believe how well it is gone. By the middle of February we

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will have ten people working for us who used to be working in the

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steelworks. Many love it, they are earning more than they did at the

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steelworks. Totally different job. So tonight, in Redcar,

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there's another task force event offering advice for former

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steelworkers who might want to emulate Matthew

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and work for themselves. Or for those now in work

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but who want something better. About 60% of people are taking a

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significant drop in their wages and they ask us to help them to really

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step up to a better job, and what we want to do now is to work with

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people so that they can make that step up and get a better job leading

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to a new career. This event then for those planning

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a life after steel... But there is, it appears,

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still life in steel. British Steel, which sprang

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out of Tata's unloved long products division,

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including here at Lackenby on Teesside, said today that

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after seven months of independence, Maybe steel is starting to take

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centre stage on Teesside once more. It's a priceless piece of silver,

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which, for 125 years, has taken pride of place at one

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of our best-known museums. Now, though, the famous silver

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swan at the Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle is being moved -

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temporarily - to the science The swan will feature

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in a new exhibition there - But as Phil Connell

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reports, transporting it The Bowes Museum attracted 120,000

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people last year with one piece of history a priority on their list

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of things to see. The museum's famous moving

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swan has been enchanting It is made from solid silver

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and is said to be priceless. Well, normally, the swan takes pride

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of place in this part of the museum. This week, though, it has

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disappeared from public view, ready So, Karen, now that the neck rings

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are off and packed... In a side room of the museum,

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Matthew Read and Karen Barker are dismantling the swan,

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bit by bit. For six weeks she's being lent

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to the Science Museum in London And ensuring her safe

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arrival is no mean feat. When the neck is transported,

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it is horizontal, and so what we want to do is to make sure

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that it is in the right orientation, basically so it doesn't fall apart

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and we give ourselves a bigger job So I have undone one

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of the screws and you can see here that the little

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shells lift away. And they are incredibly beautifully

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made out of brass and steel. A lot of people might be surprised

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to see her being referred to as a robot, but essentially,

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that is what she is. I mean, she is three clockwork

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mechanisms but she does not tell the time and she behaves like a swan

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in a robotic fashion. She preens herself

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and she catches a fish. What I have to do is to go

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with the pace of the object and we know that the swan has got

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a great character and if you listen to it, it tells you when you can go

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quickly and when you have to go slowly, and if you ignore

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that, at your peril, So, for the first time in 125 years,

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the swan's preparing to take flight. She will be back, though,

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in time for Easter. Phil Connell, BBC Look North

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at the Bowes Museum. Beauty is in the eye

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of the beholder. And that's certainly the case

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for Fester the boxer cross. He was found abandoned

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and wandering the streets. And staff at the Dogs Trust

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near Darlington fear his quirky looks mean he'll never get fixed up

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with a loving owner. The meat -fest, the bighearted boxer

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dog looking for a new owner. He was found abandoned two weeks ago and

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wandering the streets. So far, no one seems to want him and he does

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not understand why. -- M8 Fester. He does look different and he does

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not fit into your average style of dog but if people cannot see past

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that, they do not know what they are missing out on. He is fabulous,

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beauty is in the eye of the beholder, some movie stars who get

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fantastic work and not the best looking either but have a great

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personality. Fester is definitely quirky, he has

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two different coloured eyes and he was born with a slightly narrower

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job but he has no health problems and it certainly does not hold him

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back. He loves people, he is very exuberant, he cannot keep all of his

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paws on the floor, he needs to learn a few manners but his walking is

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good. He loves a cuddle and loves playing with toys. Well, Fester has

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certainly won me over and I think he is a very special dog. What the Dogs

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Trust want to do is to find him a new poll and the family and the best

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place for him would be a home where there are older teenage children so

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that they will all want to be and some movie stars and he is the

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centre of attention. -- hand some movie stars.

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All the way through that you were watching that, Don. But it reminds

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me why I am a cat person! David Moyes must be wondering

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when or if his luck The Sunderland boss has lost another

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key player to injury and could be without defender Papy Djilobodji

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for a minimum of four games if an appeal against an FA

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charge for violent conduct The decision to appeal against this

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incident involving Djilobodji and Darren Fletcher,

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during Sunderland's 2-0 defeat to West Brom on Saturday,

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has surprised many. But if they can possibly avoid

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losing the Senegalese international for at least four games,

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it's perhaps worthwhile. Moyes already has a whole first team

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unavailable to him and last night's announcement that Victor Anichebe

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will be out of action for ten The injury-prone striker, who played

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on after treatment at the weekend, revealed on social media he'd been

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reduced to tears when a scan showed he'd ruptured his

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medial knee ligament. On the up side, this goal means

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Moyes should have Ivory Coaast defender Lamine Kone back in time

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for next Tuesday's game against Spurs, alongside

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Gabon's Didier N'Dong after they were both knocked out

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of the Africa Cup of Nations. Meanwhile, good luck to Sunderland

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and Newcastle's youngsters in tonight's fifth round

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of the FA Youth Cup. And to former Boro and

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Darlington player Craig Liddle, who's to replace Dave Parnaby

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as manager of Middlesbrough's Meanwhile, Sunderland's U-23

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coach Andy Welsh has It's a club staffed entirely

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by volunteers, with all its active But the Hetton Hawks Cycling Club

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has beaten off national competition to stage one of the region's biggest

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sporting events of 2018. As Jeff Brown reports,

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it'll bring thousands of spectators to a former colliery site

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in County Durham. It was a big enough coup that -

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back in November - Hetton Lyons Country Park should be

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the venue for round three of the But the course - and the hosts -

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made a huge impression. And it gave the Hawks

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a taste for the big time. So in January next year,

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they'll stage the sport's For a small club in the North East,

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running the national championships, it has not been heard of before.

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They will probably be around 5000 people throughout the weekend who

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will come to the area to race. You will have two days of racing spread

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over 15 different categories. Four minutes left.

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Go-Ride clubs are for youngsters from the age of five to 18.

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They're designed to offer an introduction to cycling,

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which could, of course, lead all the way to the Olympics.

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When you get going, keep pedalling and hold your hands nearer to the

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centre. As they entered 1-out champions or is that something that

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just might happen? For a coach, I want to see bottoms on seats, I want

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to see people riding, they might drop out but then come back to it in

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midlife. The mother benefits of cycling. Essentially, if we find

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someone who is talented or the ones that will become very talented, we

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cannot have them, that is the big difference.

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Through the winter, Tony, his coaches, and an army

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of volunteers, host weekly indoor sessions, which look

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It is like running on a treadmill for a runner, it allows you to

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control your environment so they can ride, they are not out on the road

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in the dark or having to avoid cars and you can repeat any of the

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efforts. It is balance and coordination skills, it is one of

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the core skills we tried to develop a set of techniques. It is actually

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not too difficult once you start, most people get it in ten minutes.

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New starters have all got it with any time you have been filming. --

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within the time. And much of that is

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down to teamwork. It is about showing them what you

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can achieve as Eugene from a tiny little club where nobody who rides a

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bike is old enough to actually won the championship.

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I do not know how you stop! It is very confusing.

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Time for me to do the weather! Beautiful sunrise in County Durham

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sent in by George, stunning picture. And in North Yorkshire, another

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sunrise but a little more hazy. It will be cold over the next few days.

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I am not telling you we will all see penguins, but the next shot from the

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sea life Centre in Scarborough sing very well timed today as things are

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set to Dom Inglot Calder. Tomorrow it will be bitterly cold, partly

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because of that breeze coming up from the South East, many places

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will be dry. After some sunshine today we have some clear skies for a

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time tonight, the temperatures will drop and we will see a touch of

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frost in many places. We will also see a veil of thick cloud edging its

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way up from the South overnight, so many places in the night cloudy, but

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that will not do anything to lift the temperatures, very cold stuck

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underneath that cloud and a widespread minus one Celsius or

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minus two degrees. That went on South-Easterly as we head through

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the night and by the end of the night that cloud might be thick

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enough to produce the odd flurry of snow, just a few grains in the

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breeze, perhaps enough to cause one or two icy stretches the form. It is

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a cold an cloudy start tomorrow. Parts of Cumbria will see the best

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of any brightness for the East. -- for East you are stuck with that

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cloud for most of the day and again, and Awde lighter flurry of little

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snow grains like little hill storms are not out of the question. Many

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places will be dry, look at the temperatures, three or four Celsius

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is possible and Eastern areas but hovering above freezing. Add in that

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South-Easterly breeze and it will feel well into subzero. On Friday,

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another cold Anna Green CD. Things begin to change temperature-wise as

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we get through the weekend. The wind turns South westerly. The weather

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turns unsettled. There will be some showers on Saturday but that is the

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temperatures to start to recover. He cold one of Friday, temperature

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slightly up on the figures of Thursday, I am not sure you will

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notice but that South-Easterly breeze. Enter the weekend, the odd

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shower on Saturday but temperatures return to seven or eight and most

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quizzes are dry and bright by the time we get to Sunday.

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But definitely for the dog walk tomorrow, hats, gloves, the lot.

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Absolutely, everything that you have got. That is all for tonight, good

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night. RADIO: 'The UK has voted to leave

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the European Union by 52% to 48. 'Ukip leader Nigel Farage celebrated

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the result, declaring that 'dawn was breaking on an

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independent nation.' Ugh! 'is expected to resign

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later this morning.'

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