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Good evening. Welcome to North West Tonight with Ranvir Singh and Tony

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Livesey. Our top story: Changes at the top - new board

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members are imposed on the region's most beleaguered heath Trusts - but

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the man who runs it stays. We'll be asking what today's

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announcements means for the staff and patients of the Morecambe Bay

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NHS Trust. Also tonight:

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All change to proposed cuts in special needs - the Salford leader

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orders a review of plans to reduce support for deaf children and the

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elderly disabled in the city. No sign of Lord Sugar - but

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apprentices are making a comeback and giving hope to the longterm

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unemployed. Boardwalk Empire - we meet the

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family who loved Blackpool's North Pier so much they bought it.

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And the Diamond Queen - we remember when the newly crowned Elizabeth

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visited the North West and we hear And of course we've got all the

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sport with Richard. Yes we'll hear from Steven Gerrard

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on Luis Suarez who could be back for Liverpool tonight, Wayne Rooney

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on David de Gea and after all the games that bit the dust because of

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the bad weather, are artificial pitches the future?

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And we've had loads of emails on your memories of the Queen, which

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we'll read at the end of the programme.

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They've been given warning after warning, chance after chance to

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turn things around but tonight the people who run the troubled trust

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with hospitals in Lancaster and South Cumbria have been told they

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alone cannot be trusted to make things better. Monitor - one of the

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NHS regulators - has announced that they are appointing new people to

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the trust's board - the chief executive though keeps his job.

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Tonight the hospital trust has apologised to anyone who has

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suffered as a result of their recent failings. Our health

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correspondent Laura Yates is here now.

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Make no mistake, this is the latest in a long line of stories about

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this trust and is hugely significant. It is effectively

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saying, we do not trust you to run this hospital alone. You need help

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and now. They are putting in place an interim chair to oversee the

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board. This is Sir David Henshall, former chair of NHS north-west. He

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will join the trust along with a number of others to work alongside

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cheap Dat -- chief executive Tony Halsall, who has refused to step

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down. This now looks at the trust is in special measures. It is a

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welcome and extreme over what -- intervention. For months now, this

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trust has been under close scrutiny. First, its maternity services were

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investigated and told to improve by many different bodies following an

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inquest into the death of an infant. Then it's an -- its appointments

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system. 19,000 appointments Mr because of a faulty computer. Most

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recently, accident and emergency services, too few nurses on duty.

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Now it says monitor, at the trust board must be strengthened. Here is

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what patients we have spoken to think. I had my head down here are

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a little while ago. I had a pacemaker and I have no complaints.

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I have no complaints with the appointment system. In December, my

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husband came to accident and emergency and she was treated OK,

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shall I say, but I was not totally happy how you were sent home.

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hospital trust has told us to night that they welcomed the appointments.

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They say they have been working hard to improve over the last few

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months that have to night apologised to anyone who has

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suffered as a result of their recent failings.

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Salford Council is to postpone controversial plans to reduce

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support services for deaf children and close day centres for the

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elderly. The council leader says its because he's been listening to

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those who criticised the changes. His political opponents insist he

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had more selfish motive for backtracking. Our Chief Reporter,

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Dave Guest has the story. Cutting support for deaf children

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and closing day centres for elderly people, proposals that were never

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likely to be crowd-pleasers. A suggestion to reduce the number of

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support teachers were youngsters that he AMOS From to 3,000 people

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to sign up protest petition. They would struggle with work at school

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because they did not have that back-up support. Plans to close

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three day centres for the elder because an outcry. -- it was

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somewhere be met friends and it is hard to make friends. Now the

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leader of Salford Council has announced a rethink. In regard to

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these issues, I think it would be a nice idea to bring parents and as

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well as members to go through the issue at to see if we can move

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forward with a series of recommendations as to how to move

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the money most effectively. In respect of day centres, and have

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asked officers to Galway and have a look at how we can best use those

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buildings. For now, there will be no change for the teaching

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provision for deaf children and the day centres that was that at --

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that where sentenced have won a reprieve. The leader says he has

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listened to people, but his opponents have think -- think he

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has another motive. The Lib Dems say it is because he is running for

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mayor this spring. It will not be for the well-being of people

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concerned, it will be to protect his own back. In the run-up to May,

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I have the responsibility of still continuing to help run the city.

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Are they going to say this about every single decision I make from

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now until May? Meanwhile, service users at the centre of all this

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will have to wait to see what the long-term future holds.

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And we will be looking at this issue over the next couple of

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weeks.We'd like to hear from you if you have a child with a disability

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whose support is under threat or has been reduced because of budget

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cuts. Send your details to us here at [email protected]

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Police say they hunting a gang of teenagers who attacked a bus in

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Salford, smashing a window and terrifying passengers. A missile

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was thrown through the window and the bus was left stranded as one of

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the youths pressed the bus's emergency stop button.

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The publishers of the Farmers' Guardian - which is produced in

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Preston - have sold the title as part of a �10 million deal. 57

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people are employed at the paper and its sister title the Dairy

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Farmer. The new owners - Briefing Media - say they intend to invest

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in the titles. A witness in the Rhys Jones murder

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inquiry has been given �80,000 in compensation after his identity was

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revealed by Merseyside Police. The man gave information to the police

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following the 11-year-old's murder in August 2007, on the basis he

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would not be identified. But his name was passed to solicitors

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acting for the gang who stood trial over the killing.

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Ten workers have been taken to hospital after a chemical spillage

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at the Royal Seaforth Container Base on Merseyside. Three

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ambulances were called to the docks at about twenty past two this

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afternoon when people began feeling ill after inhaling chemical fumes.

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None of the casualties is thought to be seriously affected.

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With youth unemployment at record levels, it was hoped the

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Apprenticeship scheme would provide real job opportunities to those who

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need it most. But is it failing 16 to 24 year olds? The majority of

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placements end up with over 25s. So is public money well spent? Or

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should it be directed elsewhere? Here's our economics correspondent

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Jayne Barrett. Darren is used to driving something

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else. But for today, it is something a little bigger. After

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two years out of work he finally got an apprenticeship here at this

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training academy. How is it going? Great. I would like to progress

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into other things, not just driving. Apprenticeships are not new, but

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there is a renewed interest in them. 25% of employers offer

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apprenticeships here, the national average is 17%. Two-thirds of

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apprenticeships I filled by the over 20 fives. Stop arts get full

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funding for Darren's training because he is under 25, but that

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drops significantly for the over 20 fives. Even with the cash incentive,

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they still prefer older trainees. The work ethic is not quite there.

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That is something that we need to train them to get them to

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understand. Here at this, they took on apprenticeships it --

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apprenticeships into their sixties. Why should Government money be

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spent on this age group? shouldn't it? I have had a very

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successful career. Jaguar to contact more than 1000 last year,

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the Cork and Manchester 11 under. The Government can only hope that

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the scheme will start to have more of an impact on those who need it

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most. At a time when pubs are closing

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hand over fist, when the economy is showing precious few signs of any

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serious growth, you might conclude the last few years have been a bad

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time to run a brewery. Well, think again. The Lancaster Brewery

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started life as a tiny micro brewery just seven years ago. Today

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it's officially opened a brand new, expanded operation. And its beers

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are being enjoyed by drinkers around the world. Peter Marshall

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reports. Theirs is a different view on what

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most would say have been tough economic times. Is there no

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recession? We have not really seen it. Three friends launched at the

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Manchester -- Lancaster a brewery in 2005. It was then cast as a

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micro-brewery. Now, in a new custom-built premises, they will

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rue 35,000 pints of Castile every week. How has it thrive to when the

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pub and drink sector has suffered? * up blaming other people. Stop

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blaming the Government. Stop blaming the smoking ban. Found the

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Lord that we have one, can you imagine going back to that? There

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are too many excuses. The plan now is to kick -- is not to kickback

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and dressed, what they are hoping to do is double the amount they are

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currently producing. They have just signed a deal to export have a

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million bottles of beer for to the United States. The cast brand is

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already drunk in 42 United States, as well as Fen Road -- Finland,

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Denmark, Sweden and Lithuania. is one thing to go into a pub down

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the road and see a beer, to think it is several miles -- several

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thousand miles away and people are enjoying it, it is a great credit

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to the team. From Mike origins, it is now classed as a regional brewer.

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Six s in it strained economic times. Still to come: 23 G or not three g,

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will be looked at the question of artificial pictures.

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And the romantic tale behind the restoration of one of Blackpool's

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main attractions. One couple's love story turns full circle.

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Sport now. A huge match tonight. There are a lot of column inches

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about the match tonight. Yes. The Uruguayan is up for

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selection after his two-match ban. You would expect him to feature,

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even though manager Kenny Dalglish has refused to say one way or

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another. If and when he does, Steven Gerrard says it will be a

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big boost. He has been missed, so the lads are looking forward to

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welcoming him back. Hopefully he can help us put on to achieve the

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things that we set out to achieve. I'm sure you will.

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It is very foggy and Anfield tonight. There is no word weather

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of the kick-off will be in doubt. Definitely worth checking the

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latest news. We will have full commentary if it goes ahead.

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Liverpool fans can start looking forward to Manchester to knighted

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at the weekend. United fans will still be talking about the game

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last night. What a game it was. Three all. On a

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sour note, of Rio Ferdinand was booed by its sections of the home

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crowd. John Terry is being tried for allegedly abusing his brother.

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Those two dropped points now mean that Manchester City and a couple

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clear at the top. 10 minutes after half-time, United looked dead and

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buried. It was a sense of, let us get out of here. At full-time, the

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men looked back on and never-say- die come back, which keeps their

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title challenge very much alive and kicking. You need character to win

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leagues. Most players in their it deserve everything beget. After

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having one penalty shout waved away, they were then awarded to. Both

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were converted by Wayne Rainey. The rest then it made it that pressure

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tell. A. They hung on to, thanks to a couple be excellent saves. I have

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seen him training. I think you would be one of the best. With

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Leeds United to chasing city at the top after a good loser breezed past

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Fulham in snowstorm conditions. They scored three without reply. A

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comprehensive win and the only real Holloway rejected the offer for

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Matt Phillips before he scored twice against Cardiff on Saturday.

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Kevin Phillips scored an equaliser. The Seasiders are now in fourth

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place. Burnley are still in touch with the play-off places after a

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brilliant goal from Jay Rodriguez made it 1-1 against Peterborough.

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There was not a single lead one or two game that beat the bad weather.

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The reduced fixtures or let -- fixture list has added weight to

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calls for artificial pitches. Widnes Vikings have become one of

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the first team so to install a synthetic pitch. Stuart has gone to

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weight up the arguments. -- to weigh up the arguments.

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Some clubs experimented with plastic pitches before they were

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banned. Now artificial pitches are back on the agenda.

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Friday was Widnes' big night but it only went ahead because a big

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investment in a new 3G i-pitch. It cost �500,000. We feel's Richie

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Mathers said it cost him the skin on his knees. He tweeted his

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picture and called the picture atrocious. There were a couple of

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grazed knees and elbows. The conditions were not ideally suited

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to playing the sport that we play. Not only was Friday paused --

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Friday's match able to go ahead, but two further games and training

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sessions took place on the pitch at the weekend. It will be in use

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every day this week. That is attractive to a club like a kitten

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-- Accrington Stanley, who are keen to install an artificial pitch.

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have to look at the commercial benefits. If it helps Accrington

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stay in the Football League and progress it has to be worth looking

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at. We consider ourselves pioneers it, in that sense. -- pioneers, in

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that sense. This is the best grass pitch on the day, every day of the

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year. Traditionalists say that rugby

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league should be played on real grass. But more may take a look at

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artificial pitches if the weather continues this way.

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You can see an in-depth report on efforts to cope with the winter

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weather and artificial pitches on Late Kick Off tonight. Immediately

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after that is the Superleague Show. It features action from all five

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north-west clubs, including the return of Widnes to Super League

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and Salford's first game in their new stadium. He was on to his agent

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straight away. Why is the show not Salford and Widnes both lost at the

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weekend, as did... Saints fought back against the London Broncos to

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come out on top by 34-24. Last season's Grand Final runners-up ran

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in five tries to overpower the Broncos.

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Thank you, Richard. Peter Sedgwick loves the North Pier

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at Blackpool. It has so many happy memories for him and his family

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that, when it came up for sale, what did he do? He bought it.

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Now his family is promising to restore the Victorian pier to its

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original splendour. She is the grand old lady of

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Blackpool - the town's oldest and longest pier, built three decades

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before the tower and stretching elegantly a third of a mile into

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the Irish Sea. In the early years, hundreds of thousands strolled the

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decks. It was seen as an upper- class then you where ladies and

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gentlemen could walk on water without getting seasick. -- and

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upper class venue. Now there are new owners on the block. Meet the

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Sedgwicks - a family committed to restoring the pier to its former

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glory. For Father Peter, the purchase was a simple fulfilment of

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a promise made 40 years ago. proposed to my wife on this pier.

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We always used to come on the pier, and we love it, you know, it has

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been something special to us. I said, I will buy you this pier

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wounded. So the opportunity came along and, fate, I don't know.

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The family will now have to pump millions of pounds into the pier

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for it to survive into the 21st century. That includes a facelift

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for the theatre and a brand new tram. We want to make North Pier

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the place to come and the place to be, and we need to do a lot of

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engineering work on her. We have the experts to do it. I would

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always like to think that, in time, people will turn round and say,

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when the Sedgwicks got hold of the pier, the really turned it round.

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That would be a nice thing, maybe put it on my grave. What are you on

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about, grave? You're going off the end of the pier! That is what they

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It is such a romantic story, isn't it? There is more on those plans on

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tonight's Inside Out at 7:30pm. I do not know whether the cranky as

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well make an appearance. They were good. Bucks fizz were there as well.

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The Earl and Countess of Wessex and in Lancaster's -- Lancashire as

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part of a to have -- a two-day visit to celebrate the Queen's

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Diamond Jubilee. To mark the occasion, British Pathe have made

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pictures available of royal visits to the north-west. Kate Simms

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reports on royal tours past and present.

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A fitting a cape -- location for today's royal visit. The Earl of

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Wessex was in blackbirds are officially open the time's new you

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saw, much to the delight of these youngsters. It is great to have

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been come to Blackburn. Having someone like that opening it for us,

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that is pretty exciting. The Prince looked relaxed despite the

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attention, but he is following the well-trodden path laid by his

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mother. Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh leave Bolton

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Town Hall. 1954 and the Queen visits Bolton and Bury. Her Majesty

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then acknowledges the crowd's greeting. Before taking a tour of

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the lilac cotton mill at Shaw. In 1957, it was the turn of Wallasey

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and Chester. The Queen presented a military colours and went on to

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open the County Hall. She was given a silver cigarette box, a gift from

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the council. She returned with the Duke of Edinburgh and Earl Louis

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Mountbatten to launch the Oriana or at Barrow ship run. In 1961 the

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crowds turned out in Manchester as the Queen opened the new law courts

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at Crown Square in Manchester. Down the road in modern-day

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Chadderton, they were celebrating the Queen again today on this, her

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accession Day. She has carried out her high sense of duty with great

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big name -- dignity, stead fast resolve... And back in Blackburn,

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it seems the royal visit has generated new royal fervour. It was

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an honour. It is warming up to be a diamond

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gear. Almost as good as your Brian Cox

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impression! Whatever you feel about the snow,

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it doesn't half make the region look absolutely beautiful. Look at

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this shot. The Hall of the north- west looks absolutely stunning. I

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am showing you these images to but are you up because we keep the same

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theme this week. It will be mostly dry, fairly cloudy, but it will be

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very, very cold. The temperatures rose nicely today with a bit of

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sunshine. Most places are dry overnight. Snow could freeze

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overnight tonight, so why is could be a problem over the tops of the

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Pennines. For most of us, it is another dry night. The temperatures

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are the big story again. The best place to be is the Isle of Man,

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surrounded by all that water, staying a little less cold than

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everyone else. Even along the coast it will be down below zero. You

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will notice a little fog and mist. I think that will be around through

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the rush-hour tomorrow but I do not think it will linger through the

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day. The best of the sunshine will be in parts of Cumbria and

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Lancashire. By late morning, the cloud has started to roll back in.

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The afternoon looks fairly grey. If you have had the time -- a

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temperature of minus seven-over night it will take some time to

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recover. The best you can expect is four or five Celsius.

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Let's talk about the Queen, we asked for your memories. Rita says,

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when I was eight years old I was in hospital and my classmates wrote

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letters telling me that the King had died. I still have them and the

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contents are now a bit of history. Karen says, my daughter and I saw

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the Queen. We saw all of the police motorbikes. She waved to my

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daughter. Mike says that when he was given an

:26:48.:26:54.

MBE, the Queen asked if it was a difficult job. She said, town-

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planning and Liverpool must be a difficult task. I bit my tongue and

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gave a glib response. I really wanted to say, to something right,

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madam. We must just mentioned something

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:27:28.:27:29.

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