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Tonight Look North has brought the red sofa here to Doncaster,

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where this town has a very big issue about immigration.

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It has the biggest rise in the number of foreigners

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We need the acknowledgement that there are problems

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It's getting like a ghetto round here, and you've got two

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or three factors that don't like each other.

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They just seem to keep to their own communities,

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They send money back home, they don't spend it in England.

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Tonight, we'll be talking to some politicians about how

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they will solve the problem, on Look North.

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Also tonight: a Bradford Imam is arrested in Pakistan.

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Syed Sibtain Kazmi was stopped at the airport and is being

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questioned over the murder of a controversial cleric in 2003.

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And why Leeds is fast becoming a world-centre for the urban

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We've had 19 degrees in Sheffield again today.

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Still warm tomorrow though, an increasing risk of showers.

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The issue in Doncaster was a decisive factor in the way many

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people voted last summer when they decided they wanted to leave the EU.

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Let me give you a few facts about Doncaster. It has had the biggest

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increase in numbers of people born abroad coming and living here. The

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immigrant population has gone up by 43% in a very short space of time

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between 2011 and 2015. Nearly 7% of everyone who lives here in Doncaster

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now are foreign-born. These figures are low when you compare them to the

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national average and that is 13%. It is a big, big topic of conversation.

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Especially in hex for, no more than a mile so away from here. Danny,

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eight you have been there over the eight you have been there over the

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last couple of days. What did you find? You get a sense in Hexthorpe

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of boarded-up shops and businesses of boarded-up shops and businesses

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moving out. People are concerned that the difference in culture. You

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have people that have been there 20 years, invested in houses, they were

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normal errors, Dave got to get up at eight in the morning, and on the

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other hand you've got the Roman community who operate on different

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hours of the day. It is the source of tension and something residents

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there it will say affect the way that the vote.

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We saw 800 immigrants coming into Hexthorpe

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It doesn't sound a massive amount but our population,

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We had a lot of English families in here and unfortunately they've

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all moved away from the area due to the fact that we've got too

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Not prejudice, never been brought up to be prejudice, but it's getting

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You've got two or three factors that don't like each other,

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There's stabbings, there's fighting, brawls, kiddies running

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round at five o'clock in the morning, 12 o'clock at night.

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Is immigration the key issue that you're voting on this election?

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They just seem to keep to their own communities,

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They send money back home, they don't spend it in England.

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I know there are difficulties here in Hexthorpe and I'm not

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going to be the one to say, "No, there aren't," there

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They're real for the people that live here.

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Everybody's got a right to make a good living

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for themselves wherever they go, but you are going to get

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A lot of them, they're decent people.

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The majority of them are really good folks.

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There's still massive division within the community.

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It's not being addressed appropriately with our politicians.

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We're having to deal with it ourselves.

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We've got a bunch of politicians that we're

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What are you going to do about immigration?

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You know, I can hear a lot of people getting very angry

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I'm pointing the finger at four people here,

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four different parties, because you've got to convince

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a sceptical electorate that you know what you're talking about.

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Rosie Winterton, we now know thanks to a leak, what your policy

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is in your manifesto, but come on, it doesn't exactly set

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Well, what people in places like Hexthorpe tell me

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is that they do feel under pressure in terms of immigration,

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but now that we're leaving the European Union, it's really

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important that we make sure we have a fair immigration policy

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and that we don't leave other areas, for example like the NHS,

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short of nurses or doctors, we need to make sure that in Yorkshire,

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and we've discussed this before, that we have enough people,

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for example, in the food picking and the food processing.

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So what we have to do is this - we have to make an analysis

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of the current situation with regard to immigration,

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where business needs migration to find out what our businesses need

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in terms of future immigration, skills and what we need

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I don't know what your policies are because you haven't

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I'll come back to you, I'll give you another chance in a minute.

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Let me move on to Aaron Bell, Don Valley.

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Why are the Conservatives going to make things better?

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Because you're saying it's going to come down to the tens

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I just don't think Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party are credible

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They're not serious about restricting freedom of movement.

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Theresa May has made it clear that in a negotiation she will prioritise

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Our policy is to get down to the tens of

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You've failed for seven years to do that.

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Well, when we have Brexit, we will have a completely new set

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We will be able to control immigration from within the EU,

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A lot of people don't feel that they've been consulted

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and they don't feel they've had consent for immigration.

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If I may take Kim Parkinson from UKIP now.

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Your policy seems, in one sense to be the most drastic,

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it's one in, one out, if I can paraphrase it as such.

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And yet you're not really having any impact, are you?

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Well, we're not in power, so we can't have any impact.

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If we go to the people of Hexthorpe, which is the local community

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with the problems, the issue there is quite serious.

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There are people who were frightened to walk the streets

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500 people came in over a six month period into a population

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And it's been hugely expensive, as far as the local

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ratepayers are concerned, the council taxpayers.

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And the other aspect of it is a lot of these people,

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according to local, the word on the street, don't work.

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They're here and they're living on benefits.

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Let me move over to Robert Adamson, Lib Dem.

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I think we've come out with a very specific proposal.

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That we want to have a fund to help communities to reconcile

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the problems between communities and migrants coming in,

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Initially funded by money from the European Union,

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while we're still a member of them, from the European Social Fund.

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And using that money, trying to do what the Conservative

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and Labour governments have failed to do over many years.

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OK. Like Hexthorpe.

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So let me just ask you now - if you had one message,

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and it's a brief message, to give to anybody in Hexthorpe

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or any of your constituencies that you would like to say

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about immigration, why they should trust you.

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We need to make sure that when people come to this country,

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That needs a whole range of measures.

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It needs tackling zero hours contracts, insecurity at work,

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and it needs improving our skills base.

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But we must make sure that the immigration system

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that we can now introduce as we leave the EU reflects that.

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We have to listen to what people are saying.

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People don't mind if people are coming here to work.

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You have to listen to what I'm saying as well, I said 30 seconds.

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Let's move on. Aaron.

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I would say the only way that we're going to get immigration under

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control is with Theresa May and her strong, stable leadership,

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Oh, strong, stable leadership again. She is strong and stable.

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We hear it all the time, that. No, but she is strong and stable.

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And she hasn't done it for seven years.

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She is going to stand up for Britain.

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She needs a strong mandate and that's why I'd urge

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You've put the message across, Aaron.

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The only way to control immigration is to control your borders.

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The only party that's been pushing for that for decades is UKIP.

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Who would you trust to actually work genuinely and constructively

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Do you realistically think you've got a chance at this?

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The message really is we need to remember there are two things -

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there is immigration, which is essential for the economy

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and keeping our hospitals working and so on,

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And then there are refugees, people fleeing for their lives,

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and we as a compassionate nation need to be a safe haven for people

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To all four of you, thank you very much indeed and best of luck.

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Thank you very much. Thank you.

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We will have reaction from real people. You can see them there. The

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chat with the politicians took place a little earlier this afternoon.

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There is another side to the whole of this as an issue and it becomes

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fairly obvious, that the NHS relies on foreign workers and sodas the

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hotel industry. to the Rendezvous hotel in Skipton,

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where one in five workers comes They say they can't really survive

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without foreign workers. Like many hotels and restaurants,

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the Rendezvous in Skipton 22% of its staff were born

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in continental Europe. Kasha and Maria want to call

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Yorkshire home, but since last year's referendum vote

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to leave the EU, they've worried about their future

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status in Britain. TRANSLATION: Of course

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lots of people are very worried. You know, lots of people

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are returning to their own country now and I brought my daughter

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here when she was eight. If we return to Poland,

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then she might have to go right back to a lower class in school just

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so she can cope. I'm scared for Brexit

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because you go home, yeah, Do you have any ideas of what time

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you would like to book for? The foreign workers here won't get

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a vote in the June election, but that doesn't mean they're not

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closely following the campaign. They might say they want hard

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Brexit, but they can't kick everyone It's impossible because the market

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will just completely collapse. Everything I have and I've

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managed to achieve in life, I've got a career, I've got

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a lovely place to live in, TRANSLATION: Life hasn't

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changed since Brexit. People here are as pleasant

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as they've always been. The only problem is our plans to buy

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a house are on hold because we don't The Rendezvous is run

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by the Weaving family. Immigration policy will play a big

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role in how they vote I can't see anybody is going to send

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back to their own country these It's just stupidity

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to send them back. They live here, they've

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adopted our ways of life. Malcolm values his workers

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from the continent, but like many people in Skipton,

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he voted to leave the EU and he wants to see tighter

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controls on immigration. Being members of the union,

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we've got to let everybody in, And the majority of them

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are scrounging off the country But those that do come and work,

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they are really the salt of Earth. Industry experts say hotels

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like this could face major staffing problems,

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if access to EU workers In Skipton today, they're

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watching and waiting. A different perspective there, but

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can I now introduced Wayne, Lillian and Stewart in our initial report

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that Danny did from Hexthorpe. You have heard from the politicians,

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Wayne, be honest, did they tell you anything that convinced you would

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vote for ex-? No, not one of them. What did you want to hear? You live

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in the area, you know what the problems I. We just want more help

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for communities, in general. Not just talking the talk, you've got to

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back it up. The word is community. Would you agree as well, you've got

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to try and bring communities together? Yes, definitely. Part of

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being in a community is being able to communicate with each other.

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Which is where my role was and goes. You find that frustrating that you

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couldn't achieve that? Yes, very much still, from looking at the

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candidates, I didn't get any confidence at all. I would ask your

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voting intentions, but if I can ask you, Stewart, a Labour guy through

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and through, would you say? Are used to be. They haven't done enough

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needs a warrant to voting for them. The policies the coming up with, I

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don't think they are addressing the issues that need to be addressed.

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What do you want to see? What would you like to see happen? I want to

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elected get their sleeves rolled up, elected get their sleeves rolled up,

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coming to the community and address the issues that exist within the

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community. Have you made up your mind, change your mind about

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floating? It's between two. I will tell you something, they are tough

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year in Doncaster because you are both short sleeves shirts and I am

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absolutely frozen. We always want to hear from you as far as the election

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is concerned. That's all from Doncaster tonight,

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but if you've got questions about the general election you'd

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like us to try and answer or a story you think we should be covering,

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here's how to get in touch. We can't promise to have an answer

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for everything, but we'll Next tonight, an Imam from Bradford

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has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a controversial cleric

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in Pakistan in 2003. Syed Sibtain Kazmi is alleged

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to have been involved in the killing of the leader

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of a banned sectarian organisation. Mr Kazmi was also the cleric

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who granted an Islamic divorce to the Bradford woman,

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Samia Shahid, who died In a moment, we'll get

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reaction from Bradford, but first the BBC's Pakistan

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correspondent Secunder Kermani described the circumstances

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surrounding today's arrest Syed Sibtain Kazmi had been

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due to take a flight from Islamabad Airport to Manchester

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but instead when he got to Islamabad Airport,

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he was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency,

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it's the Pakistani equivalent of Britain's National Crime Agency,

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and he was arrested in relation to the murder of a high profile

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and controversial cleric The victim was called

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Maulana Azam Tariq. He was the leader of a banned

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militant sectarian organisation. It's not quite clear why Mr Kazmi

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has been arrested at this stage. We do know that he was previously

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detained in Iraq at the request of the Pakistani authorities

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a number of years ago, So how does this link

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to the Samia Shahid case? Yes, when Mr Kazmi was an imam

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in Bradford back in 2014, Samia Shahid, he says,

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approached him for a divorce He gave her that divorce and,

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as a result, he told the BBC he had received death threats

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because of that. The Samia Shahid case

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is still ongoing here in Pakistan. The legal system can at times be

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quite slow and we're still waiting for a decision to be made

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on whether to indite Samia Shahid's The news has been met with shock

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among those who knew Heidi Tomlinson has

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spent the day there. At this mosque in Bradford,

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worshippers came together to voice concerns over the sudden arrest

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of their imam. Sibtain Kazmi was visiting his

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brother in Pakistan, about to return home,

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when he was arrested at Islamabad Airport in connection

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with a murder committed in 2003. Imam Kazmi was due to lead prayers

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at a special programme here at the mosque in the community

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centre this evening. Instead, he's being detained

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at a police station in Pakistan. Friends say his wife and son back

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in Bradford are desperately worried He's a very nice man, pious person,

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always available for peace activities and always available

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to all community members. The mosque community

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believe Mr Kazmi's been set up by the authorities

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for political reasons. I'm from Pakistan as well,

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but they don't like this country. They do very bad things

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to the people when they arrest us. We request the Pakistan government,

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he is a very innocent person, he's done nothing wrong, he must be

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released as soon as possible. Mr Kazmi spoke to the BBC last year

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after the death of Samia Shahid - a British woman from Bradford

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who was killed in a suspected so-called honor killing

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after she remarried. Imam Kazmi performed her divorce

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and second marriage. He says he was threatened by Sami's

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family because he helped her. They said we will harm your family

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and you and you will pay much price Now the imam is

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detained in Islamabad. Already, friends have started

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a petition for his release. Hundreds of people turned out

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in Bradford this morning to pay their respects

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on the 32nd anniversary Relatives of the 56 who lost

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their lives stood alongside fellow Bradford fans -

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many of them wearing City colours - as the ceremony took place

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in Centenary Square. Organisers said it was one

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of the biggest memorial Two men have been found guilty

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of encouraging dangerous driving after the deaths of four people

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in a quad bike crash Terrie Kirby, Alexandra Binns,

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Ryan Beal and Brandon Brown died when the quad bike

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they were on was hit by a car Leeds Crown Court heard several

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vehicles were racing at the time. The men convicted today will be

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sentenced with the driver of the car involved in the collision

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and his passenger, who have already admitted causing death

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by dangerous driving. The police watchdog will investigate

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whether former South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner

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Shaun Wright committed perjury over the Rotherham

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child grooming scandal. Mr Wright was accused of lying

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to MPs when he gave evidence The IPCC initially said lying

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would not have amounted to a criminal offence and was not

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under its remit. But it reviewed the matter

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after admitting there had been Now, believe it or not, Leeds

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is fast becoming a world-centre It's the sport, also

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known as free-running that involves sprinting,

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flipping and jumping off buildings. It was only recognised as a sport

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this year and a new academy has opened in the city to encourage more

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young people to give it a go. The number one rule of parkour -

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don't look down because this isn't And Leeds' concrete jungle

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is the perfect spot for these This lot have been at it

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since before they were teenagers and they learnt everything

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they know here in Yorkshire. You do see your own city

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in a completely different way, so in Leeds most people are walking

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around and they see areas that they're supposed to walk

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or not supposed to walk, and very rarely even look up

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at the buildings around them. It's the feeling you get

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of expressing yourself It's an art of pure precision

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and runners meticulously But it's a sport that's

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faced criticism. Some say it encourages trespassing,

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but this year parkour got a ringing endorsement from Sport England,

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when this country became the first in the world to make

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it an official sport. Well, there's a lot of running,

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a bit of jumping and Essentially, it's just quite a fancy

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way of getting from A to B. Youngsters are now being given

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their chance to give it a go I think it's the uniqueness

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of parkour that actually made me want to sign up,

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because not many people do it. It's a real big passion to me

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and I like jumping around and stuff. They might not be scaling

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buildings any time soon, but the hope is that some day these

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youngsters will be able to see Looks great fun. You will be sure to

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find you hopping home. I will stick to playing golf on a Friday.

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Scarborough looking as beautiful as ever. The second shot I chose is

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close to my home town. That's at sunset yesterday, a beautiful shot.

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Several addresses were you can send the pictures over the next few days

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and I will have a look at them and get them on looking north on Monday

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evening. There will be some tomorrow evening as well. The headline for

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the next 24 hours, a slow deterioration, more cloud around

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tomorrow, the risk of showers but very hit and miss, some of us may

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miss it altogether. Low pressure is drifting up from the neo-con didn't,

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humid feeling. This weather system will come through Saturday night

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giving us a couple of hours of useful rainfall and then Sunday is

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the day of scattered showers. The cloud has been floating and drifting

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up from the neo-con didn't in the last few hours. Some showers

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knocking around but most of us are dry, 19 degrees in Sheffield this

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afternoon. A warm evening forever you are, generally speaking it will

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cloud over from the south, but Steve stride because of the cloud it

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should be a mild night, milder than last night with lowest temperatures

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at seven or eight Celsius. That is 46 Fahrenheit. A reasonably bright

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start, sunny spells around, looking at a generally cloudier picture

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across Yorkshire and Derbyshire tomorrow, that cloud thickening to

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produce a few showers, but the focus will be later tomorrow as

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temperature rise and the showers could be heavy with the rest of the

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odd clap of thunder. Very hit and miss, quite a few of us will stay

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dry. Temperatures similar to today's levels but humidity will be higher,

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a close feeling day. 64 Fahrenheit. Mostly dry on Saturday with some

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sunshine, rain on Sunday. That is the forecast.

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Enjoy that lovely evening. We'll be back at ten o'clock tonight.

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Goodbye.

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