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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me,

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Welcome to NorthWest Tonight, with Roger Johnson

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Celebrations as Chorley's A re-opens after nine months,

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But campaigners but say they'll continue to fight

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Protesters are opposing the closure of walk in centres and do not

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believe promises from NHS bosses that it will not put pressure on

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accident and emergency departments. Also tonight, Manchester United

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becomes Britain's first football club to hire

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its own counter-terrorism expert. BAe scientists develop an invisible

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shield to combat the laser Nine months ago, Chorley Hospital

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shut its Accident and Emergency Department,

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saying there weren't enough Campaigners feared it would be

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permanent, but this morning, But while A across the region

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are under unprecedented strain, in Bury health officials have today

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decided to close two Our Health Correspondent,

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Gill Dummigan, is at Chorley Hospital for us this

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evening. Yes, safe to say people

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are pretty happy here. Campaigners clapped staff

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in at 7.30 this morning - there's a candlelit vigil coming

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down the road at the moment to herald the end of

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the first 12 hours. It's been a long battle and some

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are saying it's not over yet. There's been a demonstration outside

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this hospital every week But this was a celebration -

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finally, their A was back. We are very pleased. It has been a

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long road. It has been 40 weeks outside the hospital, demonstrating,

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and it has been a real community effort. We are really quite proud of

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what we've achieved. Between 8am and 8pm,

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the service will run in tandem with a 24 hour urgent care centre,

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now run by a not-for-profit We will be seeing patients who are

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deemed fit for primary care, to be seen by a GP, nurse practitioner, or

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a nurse or health care assistant, therefore taking the pressure away

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from the A department. The idea is to have people pointed towards the

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service most appropriate for them. If you turn up here under your own

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steam, you will go through that door and a member of staff will decide

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whether it is urgent care you need all the full services of A

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A similar system also started in this trust's other

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They're hoping it'll relieve the pressure on A

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Today, the patients we interviewed were impressed.

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We want to improve the experience for our patients. Nobody wants to

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wait for hours to be attended to. And we are hoping that streaming at

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the front door, we will reduce that waiting time for patients.

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Fantastic. Staff are brilliant. Really helpful. Really friendly.

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Kind. Gentle. We got a few words of advice as well, which was really

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nice. It was brilliant. We were only in their 20 minutes. The service was

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good as well. Everyone - campaigners

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and clinicians - is still saying the ultimate goal is for a 24 hour

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A once more. Meanwhile in Greater Manchester,

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there were angry protests this afternoon as health bosses

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voted to close two walk-in centres. The centres, in Bury and Prestwich,

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will close later this year despite a survey in

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which 83% of people said The local NHS says they were

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ineffective and insists the local A won't bear the brunt

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of their closure. The walk-in centres in Bury

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and Prestwich were opened in 2004, as a result of a flagship policy

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of the then Labour government. They were meant to relieve

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pressure on A units Around the region and the country,

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walk in centres have been closing. I have not used it personally but I

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have with my husband and he was directed straight to hospital. This

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is really helpful, this place. I don't see why they should close it.

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I do feel it is a shame actually. Of course I do. There is always times

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when people cannot access the daughter. The clinical commissioning

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group found that the number of patients attending the services had

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fallen by nearly 13,000 over 18 months. But 83% of people disagreed

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with closing the centres. The centres might be popular with

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patients but a review pointed out that they don't have access to

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people's medical records and the walk in the centres are often simply

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redirecting patients to other services. Most of the people who

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attend walk in centres are for minor things. There is a considerable

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proportion of people that can be managed by themselves but others do

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get passed on to other parts of the service, appropriately. We would

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like to get them to those services first time. There is undoubtedly

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some duplication because people don't know which service is best for

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them. local Labour activists protested

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outside a meeting where CCG members Thousands and thousands of people

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use them on a yearly basis and they reduce the pressure on the A

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department in local hospitals. The other services are bursting and they

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need these places where you can just go in.

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The Commissioning Group later voted unanimously to go

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It insists the money saved will be spent locally to ensure more

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appointments are available with GPs and extra minor care staff

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But it admits it's closing a popular service.

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People in the report saying that they are concerned, the effect this

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will have on A departments but the local NHS says it is not gone to

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affect the emergency departments. That is right. They said that it

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will not make any difference to that A The nearest A is North

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Manchester General. Interesting to note that at the end of last week,

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some figures came out showing which ones had been under pressure and had

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had to declare alerts over the past couple months. North Manchester

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General had not declared any alerts at all. I would imagine that

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campaigners will be watching those figures like a hawk over the next

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couple of months to see a fat changes. Thank you very much indeed.

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An eight-month-old baby has been recovered safely from a house

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in Birkenhead where a man was involved in a six-hour

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Raffles Road was closed while the man, who had

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a number of weapons, barricaded himself in

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Specialist negotiators persuaded him to come out and he was arrested.

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A crossbow and a machete were found at the house.

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Due to a major gas leak, it has become necessary

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for emergency services to close at the above location, in both

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British Gas Transco are also at scene, and local residences

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Avoid Liverpool City Centre if at all possible.

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The operator of London's Docklands Light Railway has been appointed

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Transport infrastructure firm KeolisAmey has been awarded

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Transport for Greater Manchester says the new agreement will create

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more than 300 jobs and provide an "increased staff

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The inquiry into the death of an unarmed man who was shot

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by police has heard the officer who fired thought they

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Police thought Anthony Grainger was plotting armed robberies.

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Today the inquiry heard details of the accounts given by some

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of the police officers who were part of the operation.

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Our Social Affairs Correspondent Clare Fallon's been at the hearing

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and you've been given more details about the events leading

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Yes, we did. Today was the first time we have heard what happened on

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that night in 2012, almost five years ago, when Anthony Grainger was

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shot dead by police. 16 firearms officers were sent out by the

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Greater Manchester forced to a car park to arrest their three suspects,

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men who they believed were about to carry out an armed robbery and we've

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been told about the accounts that were given by the police officer who

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fired the fatal bullet. We only know him as Q9. He said, I saw the driver

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lower his right hand to his groin. That is the moment when police

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officer Q9 fired his gun, shooting Anthony Grainger and we now know

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that he was not armed. We have heard some criticism of the way this

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operation was run by Greater Manchester Police. What issues have

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been raised? Today we've been told that during the briefing to those

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firearms officers that evening, before they went out on this

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operation, some of the information was inaccurate. We've also heard

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about issues with one of the weapons they had with them, a CS gas

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canister which was thrown into the car in which Anthony Grainger was

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sitting. That weapon had not been authorised for use by the Home

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Secretary. Greater Manchester Police should not have been using it. And

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even though there were 16 firearms officers with something like 40

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weapons with them, they were no cameras. It was not standard to wear

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body cameras at that point and man of the vehicles had cameras on them.

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There is no video footage of what happened. Thank you very much

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indeed. In four months, Greater Manchester

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and the Liverpool City region As part of Greater Manchester's

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deal, the new office will control Powers over policing,

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health, social care, and housing are also being moved

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away from London to the region. And in preparation, firefighters

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have already started taking on extra roles to help

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support other services. Our political editor,

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Nina Warhurst, explains. I see you've got your markers

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on the oven now, which is fantastic. Roberta is a trained

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firefighter but she's not Adam is blind and over a few

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visits, she is making sure he is eating and sleeping well

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and doesn't feel isolated. It's now her job to support

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vulnerable people in her community. It's a fantastic job,

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to be able to change a person's livelihood or lifestyle,

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to make it simpler. Just a simple change

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to make all the difference. She touches me all the time

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to see what I need. While helping Adam, Roberta is also

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lifting pressure from social care services and devolution promises

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more of this. At the moment, policy is decided

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by the fire authority, which is made up of 30 elected

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councillors, but from May, fire and rescue will come under

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the new elected Mayor's office. He or she will have a much

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smaller committee there to help but ultimately,

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decisions on budget, on policy and food to higher raw

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fire come down to the new mayor. People in greater Manchester might

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be saying, what is the point We'll be making decisions

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at the heart of the community, I think we'll have councillors

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who will be able to support the mayor in making those decisions

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because we'll be working very closely the public

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that we represent. But 200 jobs are currently at risk

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and one union told me, we are concerned that underlay

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mayor, the existing democratic And this comes at a bleak

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time financially. We hope devolution isn't used

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as a vehicle for further cuts. But Mike believes that

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learning new skills could He regularly goes out

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with paramedics to cardiac arrests. What is that feeling like then,

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thinking that man is walking about because I was there,

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supporting the ambulance? We have made a great

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outcome of a really poor The outcomes of devolution

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are still unknown but the hope is that people like Adam will end up

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feeling better supported than ever. Nina, it's a big ask

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for firefighters to also become Well, the logic of devolution is if

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you have a smaller team taking bigger decisions closer to home, all

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of those services will become more streamlined and work together. For

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example, Roberta if she saw Adam was not feeling so well, she might make

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sure that he was treated in the community, rather than heading to

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accident and emergency. But there is a concern that if the lines are

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blurred too much as to who does what, something might be missed and

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what if this new Mayor takes on too much and is not the right man or

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woman for the job? That is potentially very damaging.

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Manchester United has appointed a full time

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counter terrorist expert, thought to be the first

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The new post has been filled by a former Greater

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Manchester Police inspector, whose arrival follows two high

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profile security breaches at the club within a year.

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May 2016, thousands of fans are evacuated from Old Trafford

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after the discovery of a fake bomb, accidentally left by a security firm

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I am absolutely devastated that a lapse in wording protocols has led

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to people being inconvenienced and frightened.

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Months later, two fans spend a Friday night undetected

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Both security breaches came with Britain's terror threat

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Since then 38 people were killed in bomb attacks following a top

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We understand that in the light of recent terror attacks the Premier

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League forwarded updated security guidance to clubs but that many of

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these clubs had already received it from the authorities. It is also

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understood that security decisions are in general taken by individual

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clubs working with their local police forces. You look at

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Manchester United, it is more than just a football club, it is a

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national brand, an international brand. So if I was a terrorist and I

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was looking at a sporting stadium to attack, which we saw similar in

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France, in Paris and in Turkey recently, it could be a prime

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target. I understand the club taking these measures.

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measures are already in place at Old Trafford.

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There are searches at turnstiles, while vehicles

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This afternoon, fans welcomed the club's counter

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It is always in the back of your mind now when they did not used to

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be but it is a sign of the times. If the club feels that they have to do

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something like that, it it just gives the fans peace of mind. I

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would rather them spend what they do on a counterterrorism specialist and

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wake up on a Sunday morning and read about a disaster that occurred.

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We've contacted the regions' four other

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Premier League sides regarding their

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Only Manchester City responded, saying "We take security very

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seriously and have a team of experts dealing with all aspects of safety".

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While no terror attack's have taken place at a ground in the UK,

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ongoing precautions reflect ongoing concerns.

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Richard's here now with tonight's sport and a chance for Liverpool

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Eyebrows were certainly raised over Jurgen Klopp's team selection

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for the Reds' original third round tie at home to Plymouth.

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It was the club's youngest ever starting eleven which drew 0-0

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at home to the League Two side and while the boss made no apologies

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for his choices ten days ago, he's also not promising wholesale

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changes to that team for tonight's replay down in Devon.

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Probably, probably, it will be different to the team we had in the

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first game but that is not 100% sure. We will have to wait a little

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bit. But we will be good. And there'll be full match

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commentary from 7.45 tonight on BBC Radio Merseyside,

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all the build up begins at 7. Onto last night's action now

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where this Sam Vokes goal and one from Andre Gray helped Burnley

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to a 2-0 win over Sunderland. They'll host Bristol City next

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after the Championship side edged And despite this fabulous

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goal from James Henry, Bolton lost 2-1 at Crystal Palace

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who know play host There was an eye-catching win

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for Blackpool in the Cup last night. The seasiders, currently

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in League Two, dumped out Barnsley from the Championship in thrilling

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style deep into extra time. But for many fans it doesn't give

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them too much reason to cheer. The heady days of top-flight

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football at Bloomfield Road are a fading memory,

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with many supporters blaming the current owners,

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the Oyston family, for failing to invest enough of that

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Premier League windfall. A terrific performance and a morale

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boosting result. Blackpool 's win at championship Barnsley was one of the

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shocks of the third round, with two goals from Samuel the highlight of

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an excellent display. It was brilliant. The lads were

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unbelievable. It is a fantastic effort from them. Enormously proud

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of the effort from them. But for Blackpool, the backdrop of

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infighting and the rest is never far away. The major shareholder and

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president are in dispute in the courts and supporters protests,

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thousands are staying away from matches, have intensified over the

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last couple of seasons. They are boycotting, not because of the

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position we are in the leak but because of all the different things

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that have gone on that are well documented, because of the way the

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football club is being run, it has gone on too long, too much has

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happened and it needs to stop. All things being equal, Blackpool

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supporters should be looking forward to what is an excellent fixture

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against Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup. But it is clear that for a

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large number of them, they are simply not willing to put money into

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the pockets of the current owners added will be very interesting see

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just how many Blackpool supporters make the journey. I would imagine

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quite a few will go. I tend to think a lot of the Oyston out brigade will

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be there. It is so sad what has happened to Blackpool. What do you

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say to the fact that if results were better, people would start coming

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back question mark no, absolutely not. Those people they have a heart

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for Blackpool but not for Oyston. Blackpool are now in the fourth

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round of the FA Cup and have been playing some good football but with

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crowds down to 2000, for many fans, the focus is not so much on staying

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in the cup as trying to force the owners out.

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TV personality and speed enthusiast Guy Martin will return to the Isle

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of Man TT races this year where he'll team up

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with the Morecambe Missile John McGuinness on the Honda team.

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They're both big stars of road racing but Guy has

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The crowd favourite didn't take part last year,

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he was taking part in an 2,700 mile mountain bike race

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He has had plenty of second places, maybe this one will be the one where

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he wins. The Liverpool team news is in. Daniel Sturridge and Philippe

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Countinho bold start. Jurgen Klopp is putting out a much more

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experienced side. We will have the best of the action

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on the late news at half past ten. Thank you very much.

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It sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but a Lancashire based

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defence company says powerful laser beams could replace bullets

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So BAe Systems at Warton has a team working on ways to develop invisible

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shields that would protect ships and planes from such a threat.

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Dave Guest has been finding out more.

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It is Nick 's job to look into the future. I am a futurist. But there

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is and a crystal ball inside. He works for BAe systems at Warton in

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Lincolnshire. It really is about what the future means to us and what

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do we need to do about it. And this is the future he is investigating at

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present. A future where powerful lazy beams could replace bullets and

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shells in the theatre of war. In ten or 20 years' time, we could expect

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to see laser technologies being used fairly extensively on the

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battlefield. What we are looking at doing is essentially deflecting an

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incoming laser beam. A bit like an invisible protective shield. It is

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an invisible protecting shield, yes. Powerful laser beams capable of

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blasting a pain out of the sky, deflector shields, it all sounds

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like the plot of a science-fiction film but it is an idea that has been

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raised as a real possibility in the past. I know this is a technical

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task. Back in the 1980s, Ronald Reagan unveiled his strategic

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defence initiative, the so-called Star Wars programme. It never came

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to pass. What is to say that this will proceed to reality where

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Reagans policy failed? We are seeing a revolution in new types of

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solid-state laser physics. The laser technology we are talking about is

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different to the laser technology of the past. If the British government

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could not afford to buy this, what's to say you would not sell it to the

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Russians or the Chinese? The defence industry is a heavily regulated

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industry. There are various rules in place to prevent anyone doing that

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in the UK. How far off in the future before these graphics become a

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reality? In terms of a deflector shield, we might only be 20 or so

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years away. It is still on the horizon but not as far away as it

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once seemed. Almost a quarter of a million pounds

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has been raised for charity after model trains collected

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by an Oldham solicitor Many of the valuable items,

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including trains in mint condition and some which had never been

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removed from their original packaging, sold for almost

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double their estimate. A staggering ?230,000 has been

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raised for charity after 4,000 model trains and carriages acquired by one

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Oldham collector went The rare items, collected by former

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Oldham Solicitor and model train collector Antony Adler,

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had expected to fetch around ?150,000 during the two-day auction

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at Wright Marshall Fine Arts last Let's catch up with the weather

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forecast. Nothing has changed for about 48 hours. And for another 48

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hours, nothing else will change either. This cold air is coming from

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the continent. The weather is coming towards us from the West. For the

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most part, we have very weak weather fronts and an awful lot of cloud

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cover. The sea is relatively mild at this time of year, as the air comes

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across it, the temperatures are not falling away at all so we are

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sitting pretty. However with the shift in the high pressure towards

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the weekend we will start to see the wind coming towards us from the

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continent. Conditions will get much colder. But maybe some bright

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weather now and again. That has been in short supply. It is more of what

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we have had recently. Plenty of cloud cover. Visibility is quite

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poor out and about. Some mist and fog forming. In terms of rain

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amounts, negligible. There is hardly anything out there. It is a very

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weak weather front. We are just seeing a few spots here and there.

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You might just catch one or two in these places but nothing to write

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home about. Been there is a pretty good. Seven and eight tomorrow

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morning. For tomorrow, the picture does not change. The sun comes up

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and you will not see it at all. Behind the cloud for the whole of

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the day. You will catch a little drizzle but for most of us, it is a

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dry picture. Nothing to stir that cloud cover. Once again, eight or

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nine is where most of us will be. It is very mild.

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What are you laughing about? I am feeling sorry for anyone who sat

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through the programme waiting for the weather forecast.

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It will change by the weekend though.

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Those grey skies, they are so depressing. We need some sun.

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Don't bother tuning in at 1025 because she will tell you the same

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again. Please do. Goodbye.

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