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Good evening. Welcome to North West Tonight with Roger Johnson...

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And Ranvir Singh. Our top story... Unlawfully killed. A coroner rules

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on the deaths of these women in Southport. Their suspected attacker

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hanged himself. The inquest heard how Barry Morrow

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invented a bizarre story about a Russian spy in an attempt to escape

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justice. Left for dead in an alleyway. The

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alarming rise in animal cruelty cases in the region.

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Find out why this plane could mean an extra 500,000 passengers a year

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for Manchester Airport. Ramblers on the rampage. 80 years

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on from the Kinder Scout mass trespass, which helped open-up the

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countryside to walkers. And made in Manchester - training

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with the British women's waterpolo The man police believe killed two

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women at a house in Southport invented a bizzarre story about a

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Russian spy in an attempt to escape justice. An inquest today was told

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54-year-old Angela Holgate and her mother Alice Huyton, who was 75,

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were found dead at Mrs Holgate's home in December last year.

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When her lodger, Barry Morrow, was arrested for murder, he claimed to

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have been taken hostage by the spy. Morrow was later found hanged in

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his cell. Stuart Flinders has more. Exactly what happened at this house

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in Southport remains a mystery. But in December, two bodies were found

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together in a bed here. Angela Holgate and her mother Alice Huyton

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had been murdered. Mrs Holgate lived here with her

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lodger, Barry Morrow. He'd also been her lover. When she

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disappeared, Morrow told her family she was ill. Her mother, Alice

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Huyton went to investigate and was never seen alive again. Morrow

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drove Mrs Holgate's car to France and was arrested on his return to

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Dover. Alice and Angela were both very special in our lives. They

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brought much happiness to us and many others who knew them. It is

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still difficult for us to come to terms with these senseless killings,

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knowing we will never see them again. It still hurts. Both their

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lives were needlessly cut short. Morrow claimed Mrs Holgate hanged

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herself here. The coroner said that wasn't feasible.

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Barry Morrow told the police say strange story about a man called Mr

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Bryan, who had such links to the Russian secret intelligence

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services. Brian held him hostage here, he claimed, for days on end,

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before forcing him to take a package to Spain. The police say he

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does exist but the rest of the story is nonsense.

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A police inspector told the inquest into the deaths this afternoon both

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women had been strangled. I just hope that today's verdict of

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unlawful killing bring some closer to some really devastating event

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for the family. -- sum closer to what has been a really devastating

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event. Is there any reason why a Barry Morrow went through with this

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killing? It is a day for the family and I will not comment on evidence.

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The women's families have been denied the chance to find out why

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this happened. Morrow was found hanged in his cell before he could

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be brought to trial. It's an age old problem, but one

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which appears to be getting worse. Animal cruelty. The RSPCA has today

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released figures which show a sharp rise in the number of people

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convicted of cruelty and neglect. Indeed, the North West is one of

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the worst areas in the country. The animal victims include Hope.

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She was dumped in an alleyway in Accrington on Christmas Day and was

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so thin that vets didn't think she'd survive. Naomi Cornwell is at

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Manchester Dogs' Home now and can tell us more.

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There are around 300 animals here, all looking for a new home. Most of

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them are trying to get their voices on the television! We can show you

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some of the dogs at the moment, but I'm not going because they're all

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rather excited to be on television. These dogs have not been neglected

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or treated cruelly, but many that come here have been. Like many of

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those RSPCA centres around the North West, Manchester dogs home is

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one of many centres that have seen a rise in those cases over the last

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year. Happy and healthy, with a new owner.

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She's been named Hope. It was Christmas Day just past when I got

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a call about 10am to say that she had been dumped in an alleyway in

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Accrington. When I got there, she was then they collapsed, extremely

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initiated state. It really was touch and go as to whether she was

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going to survive. It is one of the worst of I have ever seen that is

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still alive. Fortunately, she made it through.

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The people who dumped Hope have never been traced. But the total

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number of people being caught abusing animals has increased.

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The number of people convicted for cruelty and neglect to animals rose

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by nearly a quarter in England and Wales last year. And here in the

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North West, there were 157 successful prosecutions.

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I think the financial climate probably has something to do with

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that. People are taking on animals when the temperament is not

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suitable to what they want - whether the dog is too aggressive

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or not aggressive enough, in many cases. The animals are then dumped.

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Especially if they develop the illness.

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Hope now lives with Gareth and seems to be enjoying every minute

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of her new life. She is brilliant. Quite, good with

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her food, good with the family - what more can you ask for? She

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likes having her belly robbed quite a lot, don't you?

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Be a very happy and lucky ending to that story! DC Graham is the centre

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manager here, and you can see she is hard at work. This dog is

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convalescing with a broken pelvis at the moment - not a result of

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neglect and cruelty. But she has been keeping you busy. Just tell us

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- you to have seen a rise in these cases over the last year. Yes. We

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have seen a lot of dogs coming in under a weight or with a lot of

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ongoing medical problems. With a lot of stray dogs, the owners

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cannot save or what is wrong with them. The RSPCA has come up with

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these figures, quantified the rise in prosecutions and convictions,

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and you actually refer cases to them, don't you? Were will refer

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cases to them. If we have concerns over owners, we will put them on to

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the RSPCA. A couple of years ago, we were doing two three a year.

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Since Christmas, it has been almost one a month. Cannot be put down to

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the state of the economy? I don't know. I think there are many

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factors. The people want to hold on to their pets as much as they can

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have. Many find it difficult letting go. That is possibly wear a

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lot of the low grade neglect could be coming in. One problem is when

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the animal becomes sick and people realise the cost of their spells.

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That is the same in this case, isn't it? Her owners brought her

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him voluntarily. She came to us as a stray, but we reunited with the

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owner. She had cost issues and could not cope. We have offered to

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take her on. Then she will be returned to the owner when she can

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afford it. What message will you have for people, given that these

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cases arising? People need to reach out for help before it is too late.

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There is not any one message. Pets are very valuable to humans, but

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reaching for help before it gets to me it would be the most important

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thing. Thank you. A couple of happy

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stories that there. But the message we can all learn from this is how

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expensive it can be to have a Pep. Astonishing number of dogs there.

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A post mortem examination has revealed a two-year-old boy, who

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died in Bolton, suffered severe injuries to his abdomen. Rio

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Smedley was rushed to hospital on Sunday, after claims he'd had a

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heart attack. A 22-year-old man is being questioned, on suspicion of

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murder. A man has been arrested in

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Blackpool because of a merger in Northern Ireland over 40 years ago.

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The questions over killing a 20 its old Catholic in 1973 in Belfast.

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Women from North Lancashire and South Cumbria will no longer have

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to travel to Lancaster for breast cancer clinics. A �250,000 centre

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has opened at the Furness General, and is already providing routine

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screenings. It'll start symptomatic services next month.

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It has emerged that tickets for the crucial Manchester derby next week

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are on sale on the internet at some rather high prices. One website is

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apparently offering a pair for �2,600 - that's �1,300 each!

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It might be cheaper just to nip down to the pub and watch it on the

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television. The candidates hoping to become the

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first elected Mayor of Salford have been setting out their plans for

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the city. The election will take place on May the 3rd. We'll be

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hearing from all of the candidates over the next few days. Here are

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the first two. I was very honoured about four

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years ago to you check out the council. I was able to see Howard

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ran and saw what their problems worse. I'd joined the Green Party.

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It is a modern party and there are some great ideas there. Some ideas

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could help and work with Salford and generals.

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This is a chance for everybody in Salford to have a fresh start. At

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the moment, be have been dominated by 40 years by Labour. This year,

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we can change things around and have a woman ruling the city.

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The name captions did not come up there. The first voice was Joe

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O'Neill from the Green Party. The second girl was Karen could we go

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from the Conservative Party. There's a full list of candidates

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standing for the Mayor of Salford on our website,

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www.bbc.co.uk/manchester. One of the world's most luxurious

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aircraft has arrived at Manchester airport for the first time. The

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Boeing 7872 minor is designed to use less fuel, which means it can

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go further without making its stock. It looks like any other plane, but

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it is quite special. It is the way it is made. It is hoped it could

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bring an extra 500,000 passengers to Manchester Airport every year.

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In some ways, playmaking is a simple science. You need a unique

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selling point, something that makes you stand out from your rivals.

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Impressed the crowd. Often, it is about speed your size. But not this

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time. What sets this playing a part is what she has made of. Not of

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metal, but of a mixture of carbon- fibre and plastic. It is normally

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used to make Formula 1 racing cars. It means she is far lighter and

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therefore uses 20% less fuel. That means she can fly further without

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stopping. Long-haul trips will bring in 500,000 more passengers to

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Manchester Airport every year. They can travel to Iraq from

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Manchester to the likes of Cape Town, Hong Kong, Bangkok, all

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within 10 hours. Instead of 22 yards or more for travelling to

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London. Financially, that means more passengers are travelling in

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from Manchester rather than Heathrow.

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Inside the plane, they have made a bit of effort, too. This is the

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latest in a long haul luxuries. More space, bigger windows,

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controllable lighting, all to reduce jet-lag and help you sleep

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better. We are not designed to sleep

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upright. Ideally, we should all be horizontal. But the majority of us

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cannot do that when we fly. Every little thing that you can do will

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be helpful. Here to have a look around his Jim

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Hawkins, a former flight engineer. The dream liner is so very

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different from the claims he used to five.

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It is unbelievable. Would you like to fly this claim?

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I only wish I could. Today was just a chance to display

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her at her best. Passengers will be You can see the attraction. I am

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just back from holiday and I could hardly move on the plane.

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It will still be quite noisy if you live on the flight path.

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Still to come on North West Tonight:

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Going down to the wire. Bolton battle a growing injury list as the

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fight for Premier League survival heads to Villa Park.

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And it is not just the Queen in diamond celebration mode. The

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husbands and wives celebrating 60 years together in this special year.

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There is no secret. You just get to know each other very well.

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Football now and we really are getting to the business end of the

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season. The fight for survival in the Premier League affects three of

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our North West Clubs. Just four points separate Wigan, Blackburn

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and Bolton at the bottom of the table. Bolton have two games in

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hand. So it is crucial for them they get a result at struggling

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Aston Villa tonight. A short time ago, we put it to the BBC's Ian

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Winter who is at Villa Park that it is a massive game for both clubs.

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It is a massive game. Both sets of supporters, I am sure, very anxious.

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Bolton have five games left to play themselves to get themselves out of

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the bottom three. There are six points behind Aston fell off. On

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Saturday, both teams picked up a point while Aston Villa were

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drawing 00 against Sunderland, there was another draw against

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Swansea. Bolton have a couple of games in

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hand. Yes, one game in hand against Aston

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Villa. Bolton supporters will be hoping to win tonight. Wigan

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Athletic and Blackburn Rovers fans will be hoping that Aston Villa can

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help them. The weather tonight is foul.

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Try to get some dry spells. The Olympic Football tournament

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fixtures have been announced. Old Trafford will play host to many of

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the matches. Great Britain will play Senegal at the stadium on 26

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July. The men's quarter and semi finals will also be played here as

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well as the women's semi final. Organisers of this years open golf

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at Royal Lytham St Annes say they expect more than 180,000 people to

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attend. Ticket sales have been strong despite the event being held

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just a week before the start of the Olympics. And this time around

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mobile phones will be allowed on the course.

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In 2006, we had a bad experience with fans using mobile phones as

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cameras and distracting players. Mobile-phones will be limited to

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inside the tent. I read something saying that people

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are now so attached to their phones that it seemed outdated that they

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had to be left at the gate. With just 94 days until the

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Olympics, you may be getting ready to cheer Team GB. But when it comes

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to women's water polo, you may as well be cheering on Team North West.

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Three quarters of the squad play for local clubs and all of them

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train at Manchester's Aquatics Centre. So ahead of the London

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games, we sent our reporter to find out what you need to know about

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water polo. One of the most physically

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demanding sport in the world. There is nothing ladylike about water

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polo. People try to pull your costume so you get scratches

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everywhere. There are seven people on each team. The game is divided

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into seven minute quarters. The aim is to score as many goals as you

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can. All that whilst keeping your head above water. That in itself is

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a skill. This is called the egg beater. It is the basic movement.

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You use it to stay afloat and get higher in the water. Impressive,

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isn't it? And there is even more reason to root for this part of

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team GB. 15 of the 19 strong squad are from clubs in this region. So

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it is more like Team North West. am personally really proud of the

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north-west and we have something to show for our sporting talent that

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we haven't the region. It is nice to represent them for Team GB.

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coach is Hungarian. Apparently water polo is huge there. He is

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aiming high. Everybody wants to score goals. And with little to

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separate the top team, who knows? An Olympic medal could be on its

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way to Manchester. Hopefully there are still some

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tickets left. I was never good enough to play that. Some of the

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things that happen in the men's game under the water would bring

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tears to your eyes. I am pitch. -- ouch.

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We take rambling in the great outdoors for granted today, but

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back in 1932 you could easily find yourself on the wrong side of the

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law for it. It was 80 years ago today that more than 400 walkers

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trespassed onto private land on Kinder Scout in the Peak District.

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It has led to the opening up of the countryside for future generations.

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Our Environment Correspondent reports.

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Listening today, this 96-year-old man. He was 16 when he joined 400

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ramblers who walked to Kinder Scout 80 years ago. As they left the path,

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they were confronted by the Duke of Devonshire's gamekeepers. People

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who are walking up there now should remember that all of this was done

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at that meeting on Kinder Scout. To give them the right to walk

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whenever they wanted to. Five of the Ramblers were arrested and

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jailed for unlawful assembly. Among them, any Wrotham. -- Ben. He was

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not egotistical. He was part of our movement. This iconic event we are

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celebrating today was part of that movement. The arrests caused a huge

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amount of anger. Several weeks later, 10,000 ramblers gathered to

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voice their opposition to what had happened. It was a turning point

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for access to the countryside. It led to the creation of the National

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Parks and more recently the right to roam legislation. It was also a

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pivotal moment in what was seen by many as an end to discrimination by

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class. Everyone is united by a desire to be free and exercise

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their freedom on the hills. It is like folk music. You don't get many

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right wing folksongs because it is the music of the people. Alongside

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the event today, there are organised walks all week and a

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festival across the Peak District. Beautiful. Many a childhood spent

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there. Lot of people get lost there. I went with the Scout as a teenager.

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Great fun. It is a rather special Royal year.

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And students at the University of Central Lancashire have set

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themselves a rather special challenge. They are organising a

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series of 60 community events to celebrate the Queen's Diamond

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Jubilee. Today was one of those events, bringing together couples

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who were celebrating 60 years of marriage. Our reporter went along

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to the Burnley campus to see what happened.

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When these couples vowed to stay together, they meant it. They will

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celebrate their diamond wedding anniversaries today. This couple

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met at a local dance. You have to trust each other. Don't have any

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secrets. This couple met as teenagers. They got married in the

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year that Elizabeth it became our monarch, but their trays of date

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had nothing to do with royal events. You wanted to get married in March

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for tax reasons, not April. It has changed now. We got some things for

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free. Did you ever think you would celebrate 60 years? Never. Students

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brought together a dozen couples celebrating diamond anniversary is.

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We have 16 volunteer projects to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.

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was a chance for generations to swap notes about love, marriage and

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life. What is the secret? I don't think there is a secret. Does get

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to know each other. We are sometimes told that marriage is an

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outdated institution, but the students here have seen what can be

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achieved. Has it inspired them to get married for the long-haul? Will

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you still be married for 60 years. Hopefully. The students have

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certainly been learning from the experts.

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I love the realism of that. They I love the realism of that. They

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can get a tax return. I have to admit I was getting a bit

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bored of saying sunshine and showers. We have had sunshine and

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showery weather for 10 days. We need a water in the reservoir has

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and it is all going to change tomorrow. There is an area of low

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pressure behind me. It makes its way it over us tomorrow. Wet and

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windy. That will linger on Thursday to bring us light and patchy rain.

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It will leave behind some cloud for Sunday. This evening is not looking

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too bad. We will see the clouds melting away and the showers easing

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away this evening. We start off with some clear skies. I think this

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will allow the temperatures to fall away. It should be mostly dry

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overnight. Maybe some spit and spot of rain over the Isle of Man. The

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easterly wind will pick up towards dawn. Temperatures should hold up

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well above freezing. They will be between four degrees and seven

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degrees. Four tomorrow, a lot of rain in places. The winds will be

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the pecker up. We hopefully start of mostly dry tomorrow. Cloudy in

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the south with the best of the sunshine in the north. The win back

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a really strong. By late afternoon it should clear away for the south

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of the region leaving us with dry conditions. Generally quite

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persistent rain and breezy. Highs of ten degrees expected tomorrow.

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If you factor in the wind, it will feel much colder than that. The

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rain will hang around on Thursday and we are likely to see some

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funder, possibly some hail. By Friday, hopefully less rain around

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and probably slightly cooler also. That summary out for it was just a

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That summary out for it was just a ruse!

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A reminder about the weekend's sea odyssey event in Liverpool.

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Liverpool's Titanic Girl, a documentary about the giant weekend,

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was due to be shown tomorrow night, but in a change of schedule the

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programme has been moved to next Monday, 30th April, at 8:30om. --pm.

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