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The moment she found her flatmate dead.

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A friend of Alice Ruggles, murdered by an ex partner,

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Although I had seen what I've seen I could not believe... I believe she

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could be helped and I wanted someone to build to help out. To bring her

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back. I knew deep down nothing would bring her back. Two best water lines

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lead to chaos in Newcastle. Holmes lost supplies.

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The Yorkshire soldier, buried in France, 100 years

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after he left home to fight in the first world war.

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Could Sunderland's season still end on a high?

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We're live at the Stadium of Light ahead of tonight's U23's Premier

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Alice Ruggles died at the hands of her ex-boyfriend

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Trimaan Dhillon was an abusive partner who stalked her before

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cutting her throat at her Gateshead flat.

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Alice's friends and family have started a Trust to raise awareness

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of the signs of abusive relationships and stalking.

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Today her flatmate Maxine McGill, and best friend Christina Campbell,

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spoke exclusively to Look North about Alice and how they want

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I didn't want to believe it. So, I kept moving very close to see the

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could hear her breathing. Maxine McGill came home on October 12 last

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year to ban the body of her flatmate Alice Ruggles in a pool of blood.

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Heck Doe to drink at many times. -- her throat had been cut many times.

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Although I had seen what I've seen I still believed she could be helped.

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I wanted someone to be old to help her to bring her back. Deep down I

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knew that nothing would bring her back. Is that an image that stays

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with you? Every minute of every day. It is something that I do not ever

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think I will be able to raise from my memory. What saddens me the most

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about it is that it shadows my memory of Alice when she was alive

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and when she was happy. And that beautiful smile of hers. Last month

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Alice's ex-boyfriend Trimaan Dhillon was jailed for 23 years by her

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murder. He had been controlling and mean repeated throughout their

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relationship. She told me whinge when the show one day, because he

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needed to go to the toilet he made her get out of stamina kitchen with

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no clothes on. -- me when she was in the show one day. What type of man

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would be that to anyone never mind the person you are supposed to love.

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That is where it became abusive, the me. When Alice entered a

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relationship Trimaan Dhillon refused to accept it and stalked her before

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finally killing her. What with the alarm bells begin? The level of

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contact that he was trying to make with Alice when she made it very

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clear that she did not want to have any contact with him. The messages,

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the phone calls, the letters, the hacking. He was watching her every

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minute of every day. Alice's friends and family have now set up a trust

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in her name to try and highlight the signs of abusive relationships. It

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doesn't feel like she is gone but that is more of a testament to her,

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she was so loved and she left such an impact on so many people. She was

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harassed he was controlling and negative and emotionally abusive. It

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doesn't just end the, this is what it can escalate to and we people to

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knew that because we didn't. If we did... Maybe she would still be

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here. I just want someone else not to lose the Alice.

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The friends of Alice Ruggles, there. We have some breaking news tonight

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armed police are dealing with an incident at a house in County

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Durham. Red Cross life. What more can you tell us? -- lets cross live.

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The police have told us that the officers were first called here this

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afternoon by the man in question and officers attended in relation to

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what they've described as a mental health issue. Matters escalated in

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the afternoon. Several petrol arms open thrown at officers. About an

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hour ago I saw two missiles thrown myself, wanted not ignite but the

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other dead. As far as we have been told new one has been hurt. The

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officer in charge says they are in no hurry to bring this operation to

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an end, but there was one man, understood to be on his own apart

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from some animals in that property. This operation has been going on for

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several hours. There were 30 offices here, somewhat armed with the

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police, fire and ambulance pressure here is staying. We'll bring you

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more. Two burst water mains

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in separate locations caused Traffic ground to a halt

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during the rush hour as the flooding overwhelmed roads,

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and parts of the Metro Meanwhile 15,000 homes

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were without water. Not a canal, but one

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of the region's busiest rail lines. This was the Tyne and Wear Metro

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in West Jesmond this morning. Hundreds of metres of track

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under six feet of water. Thousands of gallons sent

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into nearby gardens and then cascading down an embankment

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and onto line. Residents were woken at 5

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this morning by police. Look out the window couldn't believe

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it. It was like a waterfall coming from opposite, through the allotment

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over the paving, going into the road. This is a flash flood from the

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burst water main that has affected the busiest part of the Metro

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system. That was clearly a huge disruption to our passengers.

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Four miles away, up to 1500 homes were without water until lunchtime

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after a second burst water main in the East of the city.

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Bottled water was handed to residents.

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Five days after an international cyber attack, patients

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in our region's biggest health trust are still facing disruption.

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Northumbria Health Trust cancelled over twenty operations today

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and orthopaedic clinics at three of its hospitals.

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While the trust says its contingency plans have worked

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some nursing staff have likened the situation to the wartime blitz.

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Our News Correspondent Mark Denten's been talking to the Trust's Medical

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I think by tomorrow we will have got all of our collective activity up

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There have been some cancellations for some elective

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activity through this week, but the amount of work that we have

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We're now processing GP samples, with reconnecting to other parts

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of the NHS and we just, we can see the path back

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It isn't just about updating the operating systems on a few

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Microsoft computers, we are a very, very technology heavy

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business, so we work really closely with our friend of manufacturers

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about getting the appropriate software patches.

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But your trust in that statement on Friday,

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when all this started, said that you had robust continuity

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plans in place for any unexpected circumstances,

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like these, they can't do that robust otherwise you would still not

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The emergency department has been open through out all that time,

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we've honoured a very large proportion, we have done far

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I think we have really minimalist destruction to patients.

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We have also been contacted by some of your staff,

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some of your nursing staff who say that the weekend, and the situation

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You have been playing this down, haven't you?

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I don't think so, there was a very serious and appropriate response,

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there are lessons for the whole of the NHS in the north-east.

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It is about how we organise our business.

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No different from Nissan, the German manufacturers,

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there are lots of people that the infected by

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Nissan's computers go down the make as much cash,

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your computers go down and patients will fear that lives are at risk.

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All of our key clinical systems were working all the way through.

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Can patients be confident that going forward, when you do get

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things back to normal, that the system will

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That is a cast iron guarantee, is it?

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The man in charge of taking us out of the European Union has

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been in the North East, campaigning to keep his job,

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and for more North East Conservative MPs.

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Brexit Secretary David Davis insists the Prime Minister can deliver

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But his opponents say he and Theresa May can't be trusted.

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Here's our Political Editor Richard Moss.

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Nowhere in the north-east wanted Brexit more than Hartlepool.

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7 out of 10 voting to leave last June.

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Perhaps it isn't surprising then to see the Secretary for Exiting

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His message, if you backed Brexit then, you'd better back

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People hear word breaks and was to deliver the best Brexit deal pop is

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a ball. A freak of a deal, customs agreement, Justice in home affairs.

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-- the best Brexit deal possible. The free trade deal. The

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Conservative camp here is going to win and that will be a wheel

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mark-up. The seat that was once represented by Peter Mandelson will

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be run by the Tories. Except the closest challengers

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to Labour last time - as in quite a few North East seats

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- were UKIP. It is a sign of Conservative

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confidence that they can harbour Brexit... Ukip believes the voters

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will stay loyal to a party that did so well in constituencies like this

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and about in 15. I think Theresa May talks a good poke a Brexit but let's

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see if she actually delivers. I think when I talk to people in

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Hartlepool they say they need a due cap... If you want to vote to get

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the Labour Party out, it is any Ukip that can be the Labour in

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Hartlepool. and UKIP vision for what they call

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a hard Brexit could put jobs We need jobs, investment, we need to

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ensure that the government will still provide the investment we get

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from Europe after Brexit. Tens of billions of pounds we are due to

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lose if we do not get the deal that we require. We need to hold the

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government's feed to the fire. We need seated Theresa May, no blank

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cheque. Final stop for David Davis

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was a farm in Tony Blair's Another Labour prize

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exhibit they're eyeing up. This election isn't all about Brexit

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of course but from field to factory floor, how it affects the region may

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well depend on the result Well the prospect of Brexit means

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the people of Gibraltar Following the EU referendum result,

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the Spanish authorities have renewed their claims to the British

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territory resulting in queues For the second in our series

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of special reports, Jonathan Swingler's been to the Rock

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to talk to northerners about the impact the Brexit vote

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is having on their lives. It's a piece of Britain 1700

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miles from our region, and since last year's referendum,

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life has been difficult for some of the people

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who live and work here. Historically, Gibraltar's been

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of huge strategic importance. It's been a British territory

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for over 300 years. Frankie Hatton was brought up in

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Stockton and is showing me around. Now he's a karate instructor

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with a number of business interests. He has to cross the border

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from his property in Spain But every so often, the Spanish

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authorities are blamed The worst case scenario is,

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everyone who lives over that side and is employed in Gib ends up

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standing on a motorbike or in a car, It's awful because nothing

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can be done about it. The Spanish are really,

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they still have a very disciplined attitude towards their regulations

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and their police. You can't stay to a Spanish

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policeman, "Hurry up, mate." The government and the local Peter

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of Gibraltar provide water to people in the queues, not as English people

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but Spaniards as well. That is the worst-case scenario that we're doing

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that kind of thing on a regular basis.

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Tourism is a huge part of the economy here.

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There are flights coming in, but a lot of people are crossing

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As do a fair number of people who work in the restaurants and shops.

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These sisters from Washington set of business here, outside a harsh wind

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is hitting us from the Atlantic. I feel we could be at Hartlepool

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Mourinho do you do not get many Russian millionaires yachts churning

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up in the north-east. -- Hartlepool Marina.

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If you've got people who are commuting over the frontier

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and you've got children who need to get home, they've got school

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We have all the lost some really good staff, who in a new deck

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reaction panicked and some went to Malta, someone to their home

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countries. You cannot run a business without staff. They will bring extra

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police down from Madrid and the Madrid police and border control are

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more strict than the general border control art and it is more

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intimidating they have guns. It was scary with the Brexit campaign going

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on and now you are starting to see part of that happening, again.

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The people here voted overwhelmingly for Britain to stay in the EU.

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But Gary Patterson is in favour from Brexit.

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He moved from Berwick to live in Spain.

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Now he works in maintenance on Gibraltar.

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I don't agree at all with that free borders and people just

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You do not know who you are getting all excepting. I do not think they

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are vetted properly. I do not think it is right. We should have more

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control of who comes in and lives in the country. Your country. I'm not

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there any more but I still feel strongly about it. What are people

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who say, hang on a minute you are living in Spain at the time? What

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I've just stared. I still feel strongly about it. It is still where

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I belong. The ancient legend goes that

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if these guys leave the rocks, Every so often, tensions arise

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when Spanish politicians say Then there's problems at the border

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and queues start forming. He left his home a hundred years ago

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to fight in the First World War. Henry Parker was a member

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of the Yorkshire Regiment but like many,he didn't return

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and until recently his After almost a century though

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the remains of Private Parker were recently found and he was today

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reunited with his extended family who'd travelled to France to see him

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buried with full military honours. Our reporter Phil

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Connell was there. They shall not grow old as we that

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are left grow old. 100 years since he was killed at the Battle of the

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song, Henry Parker was back today with his Yorks family and his

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Yorkshire resident Geraint. -- his Yorkshire family and his Yorkshire

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Regiment. He was buried with full military honours, close to where he

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fell at the age of 23. The trenches Winnie Beebe in Maud, combat stress

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he would have been under is quite unimaginable. How these young men

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carried out the exploits that they did, with the bravery and

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determination is really quite remarkable. Private Parker was a

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member of the Yorkshire Regiment, soldier like many from the First

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World War who had been listed as missing in action. In 2015 the

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Yorkshire regimental badge was found in France with human remains. A rare

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find which for one family back in Yorkshire was to end a 100 years of

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waiting. Lovely. Through DNA testing organised by the MoD's Castle to

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centre the human remains from two Henry's great nephew. Today, him and

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other family members made the journey from east and north

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Yorkshire to see the long lost relative at last laid to rest. I

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think he would be proud of it. It is nice to look back and I've seen some

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clippings of the parents what they put in the newspaper the time how

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they never got a chance to say goodbye. Police, server down the

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line some family members could do it. 500,000 British soldiers were

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lost in the First World War and still have no named graves. The

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family of Private Parker, there is some comfort, at last. A grave here

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in France where he will now be remembered by future generations of

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his family. He's back home, now. He was a Yorkshire

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lad, a farmer, we're all farmers. He is back where he belonged. Well,

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most of those farmers. A hundred years on, a dignified end for this

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brave Yorkshire soldier. Tonight, finally at peace.

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Back to the developing story, the armed instead shouldn't. What is the

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latest? When we spoke earlier I told you how petrol bombs had been thrown

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officers here at this street in Bernard Field. I can see pictures

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now. I saw two missiles been thrown from the upstairs window. One does

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not explode and is you can see the second one does I must express that

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no one was injured he's too of at least half a dozen petrol bombs

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there been thrown here this afternoon. The senior officer is

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saying she is in no hurry to force the issue and bring the operation to

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a close. Thank you. Time for sport now and Dawn's

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at the Stadium of Light for a Cup Hi Carol, yes it's been a very long

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and very dark tunnel for Sunderland this season relegated

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from the Premier League a couple of weeks ago

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not to mention losing But there is some light at the end

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of it in the shape of their U23s who take on FC Porto in the final

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of the Premier League International The side beat Norwich back in March

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to become the club's first ever European finalists.

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David Moyes could give some of these young players a chance

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But for the moment they're just delighted to have made it

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through to a cup final against one of Portugal's best young sides.

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The lads have had a good season especially in this tournament. Their

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morale is good and the support we've had from the senior staff has been

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excellent. There was a positive feel. It's been a good journey.

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Difficulties and of football. They have good attacking players, Porto.

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It will be a good competitive game. What I've seen of them it has been

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oppressive. -- it has been impressive. Joining me now is the

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commentator Nick Barnes. Nick, this is a small way of hope in what has

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been a pretty depressing season. Yes, I think everything need

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something to cling hold-up at the end of the season. It is below long,

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hard, grind. It would be great if around 21,000 here tonight could see

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Sunderland left a bit of silverware. Do you think David Moyes is looking

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some of these players and thinking that they might be to step up the

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best team in the championship next season? He will sadly be casting an

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eye across them. Donald Lobb has been playing for the past 11,

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another player plays tonight he played at a substitute at Arsenal.

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He has featured Elliott the season before injury. Rhys Greenwood has

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flattered with the first-team. Other players have been on the bench.

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Other players are also two young players that might feature. Let

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Islay get back up to your commentary position. 'S I will let you.

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Well despite a spirited performance at the Emirates last night

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Sunderland lost 2-0 to an Arsenal side still fighting

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But it could have been worse if it hadn't been

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Branded disgraceful last weekend, but hailed as dogged last night,

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relegated Sunderland restored at least a little pride

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after a sorry season thanks in part to another

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impressive display from young goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford.

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There were thousands of empty seats at the Emirates with many gunners

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supporters protesting against Arsene Wenger.

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The Black Cats faithful can only dream of fourth or fifth place.

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Despite being on the back foot for much of the game, Sunderland did

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more than just frustrate the home side, they also carved out a few

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decent half chances in a spirited display

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Of course, the deficiencies were on display, as

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well, and Arsenal made it look easy when after more than 70 minute they

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finally carved the Wearsiders defence to open scoring.

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The game was made safe with a hint of offside by Alexey Sanchez,

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who scored his second of the night, late on.

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On a quiet evening for Jermaine Defoe, Sunderland's hero of

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the hour was young goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford.

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His price tag in the summer sales went up by a

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few million pounds last night, such as shame for the fans but he looks

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certain to be heading for premier pastures new.

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As for the manager who would fear delegation back in

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August, reasonably content on the night,

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I will speak with Ellis in the next few days,

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I have given him an indication of what it looks like

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Hopefully we will look to see if that is possible.

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There is a great atmosphere developing here more than 20,000

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tickets have been given away the 's game. Let's hope most of them had

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subbing to celebrate at the end of the evening. We will bring you the

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result on the rate news. The weather was a bit squeezed

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tonight. Well crack on. Today has been a day of mixed fortunes. There

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was some heavy rain. It edged into North Yorkshire that bore the point

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of the heavy rain. Further north and west it was dry. The overhang of

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cloud blotted out most of the sunshine as we headed to the

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afternoon. This evening, the weather front will pull away and take the

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rain with it. The cloud will be taken as well. Clear spells

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developing. Temperatures will drop away. We could see some mist.

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Temperatures will dip to 56 of this at the lowest. Tomorrow, it is a dry

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start for many. We will see one of two showers pop up in parts of

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Cumbria through the morning. They will fizzle out as we head towards

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lunchtime. One of two heavy showers. Till some good sunny spells. IT can

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most places are dry and bright, again. Showers lingering across

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parts of North Yorkshire. House tomorrow 16 or 17 Celsius. That is

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the way is looking for tomorrow. Low pressure in charge of the weather as

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we head towards the weekend and with the weekend, as well. Always a risk

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of some showers, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Some sunny spells and heavy

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showers. The temperatures will dip fairly chilly. That is the weight is

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looking for the next few days. That is a big region to get around in a

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minute and a half. Come and sit down. A bit of a brush. That is it.

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All will be back at half ten. -- Paul will be back.

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The choice you now face is all about the future.

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Whoever wins on the 8th of June will face one overriding task -

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to get the best possible deal for this United Kingdom from Brexit,

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because making Brexit a success is central to our national interest

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and it is central to your own security and prosperity.

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Because, while there is enormous opportunity for Britain

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if we do not get this right, the consequences will be serious

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and they will be felt by ordinary working people across the country.

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