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You're watching Tuesday's Look North.

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Tributes to the teenager found dead near Rotherham,

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as police question a man on suspicion on murder.

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The offenders who chose prison over freedom -

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now a new scheme is helping to keep former inmates out of jail.

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I'd be looked after by the staff in there.

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there was nothing for me to come out and...

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At least while you're in prison,

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you know what I mean, I had a purpose.

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A significant day in Elland as the footpath

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on the bridge destroyed by the floods last year is reopened.

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But what a lot of local people are saying they desperately need

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is this bridge to reopen to traffic sooner rather than later.

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And special care for people with dementia -

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West Yorkshire Playhouse puts on extra staffing

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And it's been a fairly cloudy, dreary day. I'm afraid a lot of

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clout in the forecast for the next couple of days as well. I'll be back

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later with the detail. First tonight, the latest

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on the investigation into the murder of a teenage girl

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in South Yorkshire. thought to be 16-year-old

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Leonne Weeks - was found by people walking along

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a pathway off Lordens Hill An 18-year-old local man

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was arrested last night Tom Ingall joins us now from

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South Yorkshire Police headquarters. There has been precious few

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developments in this story today. In fact, the most pressing one is the

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rest of this 18-year-old man, also from the town of Dinnington, late

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last night. He is being questioned for approaching 24 hours, give or

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take a couple of hours. Police themselves have appealed for calm

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and patience as they investigate what they believe to be the murder

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of this teenage girl that has certainly resulted in a lot of

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activity today. Early this morning,

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South Yorkshire Police flew a drone It passed over streets and houses,

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hovering above the alleyway where the teenager's body

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was found yesterday. They have still not formally

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released her name, but the floral tributes

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steadily laid during the day in a nearby street

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give her name as Leonne Weeks, As you can see,

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we are working very, very hard to gather

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as much evidence as we can. Unfortunately,

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and it is difficult for the family, It's really, really important

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that we do it methodically, We have got specialist people,

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as you can see, that are working

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and helping us do that. Last night, police arrested

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an 18-year-old local man They have continued

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going door-to-door today in Dinnington, not only to help

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in their investigation, but also to reassure residents

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of this small community. Many have remembered

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Leonne on Facebook. Their thoughts

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summed up in these posts. Police are still appealing for

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witnesses in the town to help them if they have any information at all

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about White might have happened -- about what might have happened. As

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to the 18-year-old man, there are a few hours left before police either

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have two charge or apply to hold him longer or release him. If they're

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any further updates, we will have them on the late edition.

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Thank you. A pioneering scheme set up in Leeds

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to reduce the number of offenders returning to prison has been hailed

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as a huge success. New Wortley Offender Support Team

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was launched last summer and has dealt with 97 prisoners

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released from Armley. So far only three

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have returned to jail. Here's our home affairs

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correspondent, Spencer Stokes. A fresh start for

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former prisoner Ian. he was released

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from Armley last August. There was nothing for me

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to come out and... I mean, I know it sounds stupid,

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but I did, I had a purpose. I had a job in there,

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I got paid for it. Even a couple of days

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before my release date, I was begging the governor

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to stay in there. In the past, Ian committed crime

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so he could go back to prison. A revolving door of release,

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reoffend, return to jail. has ended, thanks to

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New Wortley Offender Support Team, who have found him voluntary work

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in the local community centre. but spearheaded

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by another former prisoner, this scheme is having

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to keep people out of jail. We've got me, myself,

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as an ex-offender, we've got other ex-offenders

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that work on the project and we can see whether

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people are coming from. Since it launched last summer,

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the support team have helped 97 former prisoners

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released from Armley. That compares with

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an overall 34% reoffend rate for prisoners

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released in West Yorkshire. Nationally, there is

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an underlying trend of an increasing

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prison population. The latest figures show Armley

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here in Leeds is 72% over the number of prisoners

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it was designed to hold. That means cells for two people

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are currently housing three. So reducing reoffending

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not only cuts crime but takes the pressure

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off prison places. The next stage is to

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find ex-offenders work. Colin is one of the first

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to gain employment, I can go buy something

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from a shop now, when I've grafted,

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worked, earned the money. With funding

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from Leeds City Council, the future of this

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scheme appears secure. It's hoped more newly released

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prisoners can be offered support Mark Day is from

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the Prison Reform Trust. How important does he think

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schemes like this are? Schemes such as the one you have

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profiled do a really important job of getting people the skills and

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training they need so that when they are released from prison, they are

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more likely to be able to lead a law-abiding life and less likely to

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re-offend. We know that having a job and going into a job reduces the

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risk of reoffending. It is important that services work together so that

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people released from prison are able to get those opportunities. At the

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end of the peace there, we saw one man who was excited by the fact he

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had got a job that he could go into the shop and buy something, resume

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and be in the past it would have used some other method to get his

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goods. That clearly is what you have to try and do, get more businesses

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to offer ex-prisoners jobs, is it? Absolutely. There are a number of

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companies that offer jobs and training opportunities to people

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released from prison. But more need to be offering that opportunity.

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There's also more the Government can do, particularly looking at the

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legislation around criminal records disclosure, and reducing the time in

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which people have do declare those convictions, which we know is a

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barrier to people getting a job. If there is one thing you can do

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overnight to help this situation, what would it be? It would be to

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have a look about use of prison. We know that too many people are going

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to prison for a short time when they going to lose their homes, they lose

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their jobs, and they are released, more likely to reoffend. As well as

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connecting people to work when they are released, we have to look at how

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we use prison, to use it less and more effectively. Thank you.

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We'll have a sneak preview as the famous Jorvik Centre

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prepares to re-open following last year's Christmas floods.

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The police investigation into the case

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of missing York woman Claudia Lawrence is being scaled down.

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The former university chef disappeared on her way to work

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Police believe she was murdered but they've found no trace of her

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and no charges have ever been brought.

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Their review of the case has cost ?1 million.

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What became of Claudia Lawrence has baffled detectives

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Despite numerous appeals for information, it seems police

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are no closer to solving the mystery of what happened to her.

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Three years ago, North Yorkshire Police

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began a review of their investigation,

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bringing in a new senior detective to oversee it.

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Detectives have long believed the answer

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to Claudia's disappearance lies here in the community

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During the review, officers focused on a number of people

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who came to their attention for different reasons.

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Nine people were arrested or interviewed under caution,

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but the Crown Prosecution Service decided there was insufficient

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evidence to bring any charges against those people.

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North Yorkshire Police said today the challenging case remained open.

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We will always respond and react to any further information

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We will always be at the ready to do so.

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But what we do need is that individual to come forward,

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that group of people to come forward that provide that vital information

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which will enable us to have a breakthrough.

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Until that person or those people come forward,

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we will not be able to move forward through the investigation.

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The last contact anyone had with Claudia Lawrence

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was when she spoke to her mother on the telephone

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She failed to turn up for work and was later reported missing.

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I'm very concerned about my daughter.

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And what's your daughter's name?

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For her family, it's been a distress but they've never given up hope,

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Today's news has come as another blow.

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because a huge amount of work has gone in.

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The family, of course, are inevitably very saddened

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and it feels as though nothing is further forward.

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Police say they are frustrated they have not been able

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to give the family answers to what happened to Claudia,

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and say that anything new that comes to light

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will be investigated by a new team of cold case detectives

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working jointly for the Cleveland and North Yorkshire forces.

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A man who killed three members of the same Sheffield family

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in the 1980s has lost a human rights challenge

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Arthur Hutchinson was jailed in 1984.

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He broke into the home of Basil and Avril Laitner

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and murdered them and their son, Richard.

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The European Court of Human Rights dismissed Hutchinson's claim

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that the punishment amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment.

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An inquest has ruled that a woman who was found stabbed to death

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in her burning home in Garforth was unlawfully killed.

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alongside her husband, Martin, in 2014.

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Wakefield Coroners Court heard that days earlier he'd had been released

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from a mental health unit because they "needed beds".

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The coroner recorded an open verdict on his death.

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A specialist consultant is to be appointed to oversee

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A former heart surgeon at the Leeds General Infirmary

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who operated on children and adults has been found guilty of misconduct

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In a case brought by the General Medical Council,

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Nihal Weerasena was shown to have committed various failings

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Our health correspondent, Jamie Coulson, reports.

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For more than a decade, Nihal Weerasena,

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seen here on the left, operated and children and adults

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In March 2013, he agreed to stop operating while the trust

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began investigating concerns about his work.

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A referral to the General Medical Council followed.

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For the last week, a tribunal in Manchester has been

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hearing allegations that, between 2008 and 2012,

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there were various failings in the care Mr Weerasena gave

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to six children and one adult here the Leeds General Infirmary.

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Today, the Medical Practitioners' Tribunal Service found

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that eight out of 14 allegations of misconduct

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relating to six of the patients were proved.

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In one case, an expert witness said the surgeon was guilty

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of substandard practice for failing to decompress part of the heart

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In another, Mr Weerasena's typed operation notes made no reference

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to a major bleed and significant period of low blood pressure.

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The tribunal will now decide if Mr Weerasena's

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But the surgeon has faced accusations

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In 2015, Leeds Teaching hospitals apologised

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to the family of 11-year-old Bradley Brough,

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who died after undergoing three operations in two days.

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The trust later admitted errors were made

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His mother has previously spoken of her anguish.

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I get that people feel sorry for me and things like that.

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He couldn't wait for this operation to make him better,

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to make him be able to get on with his life.

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Mr Weerasena stop operating in Leeds just four days before

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the children's heart unit hit the headlines.

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First, campaigners won a High Court battle to keep the unit open

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but, within 24 hours, it had to stop operating in a row over death rates,

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in which the unit was eventually declared safe.

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Mr Weerasena has not been at the hearing,

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but sent a letter stating he was being made a scapegoat

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The Leeds Trust did not want to comment on his case,

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but said it had absolute faith in the staff

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Now it's been a bit of a saga to rebuild the Grade II listed

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Elland Bridge, which had to be pulled down

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after being badly damaged in the 2015 Boxing Day floods.

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There have been some delays to its reopening

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because of bad weather and the complexity of the project.

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But today there was a significant step forward

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as the footpath was opened to pedestrians and cyclists.

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Tiny toddler steps over Elland Bridge, just a short journey

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on foot, but it's taken many months of hard work to get to this point.

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This community was torn in two by the Boxing Day floods of 2015.

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The Grade II listed bridge had to be completely dismantled

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when the sheer force of floodwater washed out its foundations.

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It caused massive structural damage, and a huge crack in the road.

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There's no doubt that this footpath opening

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But what a a lot of local people have been saying,

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particularly those who run their own businesses,

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is that that they desperately need Elland Bridge to open to traffic.

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Joanne Wood runs the Water's Edge Day Nursery,

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Her business survived the weather damage,

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has caused months of inconvenience for staff and parents.

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We've had a lot of support from our parents, in the fact

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that they continue to use our services when some of them have had

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20 to 40 minutes a day, twice a day, three or four times a week,

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added onto their journey, just to drop their children off

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at nursery before they then set off for work.

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That struggle is something Clive Braithwaite can relate to.

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and the past year has been a real battle to just keep going.

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Obviously, it's very quiet down here.

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No passing traffic any more, so there's no passing trade.

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Obviously, with the work that's been going on on the bridge,

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sometimes it's been hard for customers to get in and out

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But that limited access should not be for much longer.

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Today, cyclists and pedestrians were the first to enjoy

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getting from one side to another on the footpath.

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The plan now is for traffic to follow at the end of the month.

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And, for local businesses, that can't come soon enough.

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also submerged York's famous Viking attraction.

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Now, after months of renovation work, a date has been set

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for the re-opening of Jorvik Viking Centre.

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The new exhibition promises more exciting sights,

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sounds and smells to bring the historic experience to life.

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Our reporter, Michelle Lyons, has been given a sneak preview

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These were the devastating scenes at Jorvik Viking Centre after they

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floods just over a year ago. One of York's best-known attractions, knee

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deep in water. Thankfully, all of it's important artefacts were saved,

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but the models and mechanics were deluged, causing the centre to

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closed. They are now looking forward to it reopening. One of the main

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things is the fact that Jorvik was a multicultural, diverse place 1000

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years ago. They spoke different languages, so you will hear those as

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well. We have illustrated that through the usual techniques you

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expect here, sights, sounds and smells. These are the new sense that

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we will be using. Seve you can guess what they are. It is not pleasant,

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not sure now mother five. -- Chanel number five.

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Many of the artefacts were on display in Jorvik. Since the

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attraction has been closed, they were moved to other venues around

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the city, including the undercroft at York Minster. These items were --

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will soon be returned to the Jorvik centre.

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Including some new exhibits. They asked us if we could produce a

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stained-glass window based on an illuminated manuscript. I think it

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will be the first thing they see when they go into the basement.

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All going well, Jorvik will open on the 8th of April, new sights and

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smells and, most importantly, improved flood defences.

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Obviously, the flood defences are the most important, but I'm looking

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forward to the new smells! Remember that he used to stamp your

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coins? Football now, and League One

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strugglers Chesterfield have appointed Gary Caldwell

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as their new manager. The 34-year-old replaces

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Danny Wilson and has signed

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a one-year rolling contract. The Spireites are in the relegation

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zone on goal difference and will be hoping the Scot can

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bring about a change in fortune. Could this be the man to inspire

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Chesterfield to leak on survival? Fans were invited down, along with

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the media, to meet Gary Caldwell, and he's counting on their support.

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They need to come out in their numbers to help the players. There's

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nothing better than a home crowd behind you to help you through the

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tough times, and we need them as much now as we ever have. He needs

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the fans because the team are struggling. No better example than

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last month and the 5-0 hammering by Wycombe Wanderers, who are in the

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league below. In his only other managerial drop, he led Wigan to the

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league one title and an incredible 20 match unbeaten run. Chesterfield

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believe they have got the right man. He is going to come from the outside

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just over halfway through the season, and he is going to come in

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with some enthusiasm and passion and some new life to breathe into the

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players. The fans who turned up today seem to be impressed with the

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boardroom's choice. I think he will help motivate the players and

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motivate the fans, because we all need a bit of a left at the moment.

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Things have not been going well. He seems a positive, and we're all

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excited about it. I have confidence in the team and I think they just

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need that little left and hopefully the new manager can do that. So

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thumbs up on day one. There will be many more wanting a photo if Gary

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Caldwell can keep the team up. Former New Zealand Rugby League

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chairman Andrew Chalmers and ex-Wigan coach Graham Lowe have

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been confirmed as the new owners of the Bradford club to replace

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the liquidated Bulls. One of their first tasks will be

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to find a new coach. Rohan Smith tweeted his thanks

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to fans this afternoon and shortly afterwards the new owners said that,

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at a meeting, the two parties had disagreed on various points

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and would not move on together. If you know someone

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with dementia, you'll know that

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life can be very hard. Simple processes can suddenly become

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difficult or even impossible and it can be a struggle

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just to get out of the house. dementia-friendly

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meetings every Tuesday, and also stages special performances

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adapted for people with dementia. and everyone is made to feel

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at home, as Cathy Killick reports. It's shepherd's pie for tea,

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so Nancy and Peter Jervis But he and Nancy try to live

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as normal a life as possible. Today, they are off

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to the West Yorkshire Playhouse I'm starting to enjoy what we see

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down there and the way that we are I think that's the main thing,

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you know, trying to keep up with the Trying to lead as normal a life

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as possible, I'm guessing? I can't do everything like I used

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to do, the garden and woodwork. I just go upstairs

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now and you're stood there, It gets us out,

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it's entertaining, We've got some lovely friends

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who all go, They come to the theatre

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every week for various activities, whether there

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is a show on or not. Before today's performance

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of Strictly Ballroom, The singing helps

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familiarise Peter and his friends Cast members are there,

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too, to join in. People with dementia have every

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right to access the theatre, they have a great need for uplifting,

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joyful experiences in their lives, when life is presenting

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huge challenges. So we want to provide this

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because we know people have a fantastic time,

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they benefit from it. Taking their seats,

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Peter and Nancy prepared to escape for an hour

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or two, to the glitz and

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glamour of the ballroom. The costumes, the acting,

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everything is lovely. I really did. It's the second time

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we've seen it, but they get better every time. Wonderful. As more

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people are diagnosed with dementia, there is a growing realisation that

:24:40.:24:43.

a bridge, enjoyable life is possible, it just takes a bit of

:24:44.:24:47.

help, and that can make all the difference.

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Great initiative, that. And everyone can enjoy the theatre. You have been

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a busy lady, haven't you? You are filming up and down the country.

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Nice to see you. He wants to tell you that I'm going on a sua tomorrow

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that glamorous job! -- a see -- sewer tomorrow.

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I thought this picture might brighten some things up a bit. Some

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lovely little smoke drops there. Keep your pictures coming in. A lot

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of them will involve cloud this week. It does look like quite an

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uneventful week weather-wise, but compared with last week, we are

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going to relish that for at least the next few days. Very samey until

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this time next week. Mostly cloudy tomorrow, but there will be a lot of

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dry weather about throughout the day. That is because we are stuck

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under this area of high pressure. Settled weather, but a rather cloudy

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high. This week were the front is stuck underneath it, and that has

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been and will be producing a little bit of light rain and drizzle in one

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or two spots. The cooler air is across the continent and the

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south-east of England, but we are under the cloud, with much Bader

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conditions in the West. Some mist and hill fog to night, and a little

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bit of light rain or drizzle on and off in places overnight. That

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blanket of cloud stocks temperatures from dropping too low, getting down

:26:36.:26:40.

to around four or five Celsius degrees in the countryside. The sun

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will rise in the morning at 8:13am. Setting again at 4:21pm. We will

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start the day tomorrow quite grey, particularly across the Pennines. A

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lot of cloud around tomorrow. Some pockets of light rain and Rizal are

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possible, and the best chance of getting any brightness will be

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across parts of North Yorkshire, we are starting to get some breaks in

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the cloud across northern parts tomorrow. For most of us, there will

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be a good deal of cloud around. Temperatures getting up a little

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above average. Nine or 10 degrees. The best of the temperatures in the

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north-west. There was Thursday and into the weekend, a lot of cloud, a

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lot of dry weather and it will get cooler again.

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She will be joining us again at 10pm before she goes down that sewer

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tomorrow! Midnight. -- good night. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability...

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