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Welcome to North West Tonight with Annabel Tiffin and Roger Johnson.

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Our top story: Tories on tour - Theresa May's Cabinet

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visits Cheshire, claiming the Northern Powerhouse

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We'll be assessing the significance of today's trip.

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Also tonight: A new future for Blackpool's Winter Gardens -

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a ?21 million investment to bring the big conferences

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A milestone for Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral

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And in sport, we'll celebrate Britain's best Alpine result for 35

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years thanks to Lancashire skier Dave Ryding.

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We'll be looking back at Wayne Rooney's record-breaking weekend.

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With misfiring Trident missiles in the headlines,

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this might not have been the best day for Theresa May

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But today the PM did just that, travelling up to Warrington

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to reveal her big industrial plan for the country.

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So will it deliver the goods or, like the missile, land

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Well, let's ask our political editor Nina Warhurst,

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Bring us up to date. The Prime Minister chose this big science and

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innovation campus near Warrington to launch her big industrial strategy.

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Lots of companies collaborate on innovation, technology here, and

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that's something she wants to see more of. The idea is that the

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Government gives more support to businesses, it intervenes to help

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them grow and is asking them to work together more and collaborate and

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feedback on what they need and she didn't just come here alone to

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launch a strategy, she brought her entire cabinet to this building to

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prove she means business. The Prime Minister, the Foreign

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Secretary and the Chancellor. My question is, is this very public

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visit to the North West more than a gesture? Investment that will bring

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jobs as part of our industrial strategy, ensuring the economy is

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working across the whole country and that we are seeing investment

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leading to a higher wage, higher productivity, higher skills. What is

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new to do that will translate to jobs for the North West? The

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investment that has been put into the northwest will translate into

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jobs for families but the industrial strategy we are launching today and

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that will be consulting with businesses on because we want to

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ensure we get it right, it's about the long-term. A few miles north,

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the Burns brothers have been making filters for more than 30 years.

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They'd like to see less talk and more cash. It's more hot air. I

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think investing in the legs of ourselves, manufacturing, is the way

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to go, not sharing it with other people but investing in the people

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that are doing good manufacturing at the moment. by coming to the North

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West to launch a big industrial strategy, the Prime Minister was

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making a statement. She was saying, I don't just kill about the South

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East, I care about you and your communities, -- I don't just care

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about the South East. But on the other end of Warrington she might

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have had a different reception. Does nothing for people in the teens or

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early 20s you, nor Penta ships. With people that are working, they're

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just taking more money off them is tax credits have gone down. There's

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no trade or anything unless you work in a shop or a tip. Labour have been

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quick to criticise the new industrial strategy, asking how can

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be key jobs for the next education while slashing education funds? --

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can we create jobs? We had a rehash of the local funding formula for

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schools and in Salford we are looking at losing ?309 per pupil.

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This was a short and public visit from a Prime Minister known for

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playing a long and private game. It might be a while before we see what

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impact the long-term industrial strategy has here.

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I did push the Prime Minister unemployment figures because they

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are 0.5% higher than the national average in the South West. She

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wouldn't promise it would bridge the gap but what I found interesting is

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that she mentioned the Northern Powerhouse five times. When she

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first took office there was a real reluctance to use that phrase, so

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associated it is with George Osborne and David Cameron, but today she

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talked about it a lot, she has faith that will bring jobs to the region.

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We thought it was dead in the water. The Northern Powerhouse tonight

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appears to be alive and well. As Nina mentioned, today's raft

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of announcements included more details on where ?300 million

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Northern Powerhouse money will be There's investment in skills

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training and transport, a new advanced manufacturing centre

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in Lancashire and ?10 million There's also ?21 million to money to

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revamp Blackpool's Winter Gardens, part of bid to bring the big

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conferences back to the resort. If these Walls could talk, what a

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tail they'd tell. -- tale. Education, education, education. For

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decades, Blackpool's Winter Gardens hosted the major political parties

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for their annual conferences. We may get rescued the future. Here, the

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top politicians of the they would enjoy their party's biggest party of

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the year but eventually the politicians fell out of love with

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Blackpool. It was just a sign of The Times, people had better facilities

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to offer and this is why it's so key that we do build a new conference

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centre in Blackpool because we'd love to welcome them back. This is

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how Blackpool hopes to woo them back, a ?25 million revamp of the

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Winter Gardens to create a conference centre fit for the

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21st-century. Today, the Government announced it will be putting up ?50

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million towards the project through its growth steel project. -- growth

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deal. It will bring style and I hope it will make people and Blackpool

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feel that little bit better about their town. Utah the smart new

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conference centre but with the rest of the resort be up to scratch --

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you've got to the smart new conference centre, but with the rest

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of it to be up to scratch with the 21st century? Yes, some hotels are

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extremely good but we are building a new one as part of the tramway

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interchange. It is a gentle man interested in building one right

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next to the conference centre. they seem to be as confident as they can

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be that by the end of 2019 this car park will be part of the revitalised

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Winter Gardens complex and it will host a 4-star conference hotel. The

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question nobody can answer for sure will be if that will be enough to

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bring big party conferences back to the resort.

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A man - whose 20-year-old son was shot dead in a Greater Manchester

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takeaway nine years ago - is supporting a campaign to raise

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Halton McCollin died as he ran from a gunman in Stretford in 2008.

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His killer has never been caught, despite a ?50,000

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For every weapon removed off the streets is a possible life-saver

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or some devastation saved a family from going through.

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You should be able to walk wherever you please without the fear

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of someone having a gun that's going to shoot you.

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Meanwhile, police say a huge convoy of vehicles through Liverpool last

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night was an "extensive disruption plan" targeting those

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Police were seen in the city centre, Aigburth and Speke.

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Labour's candidate to be the first Metro Mayor

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of the Liverpool City Region has launched his campaign.

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Walton MP Steve Rotheram has pledged to improve

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apprenticeships for young people, reduce the cost of the Mersey tunnel

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tolls for local residents, and work with Liverpool's elected

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Mayor Joe Anderson to gain more devolved powers from the Government.

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The important thing now is for us six districts and the metro mayor

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to be going to Westminster to wrestle those additional powers

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that really mean we can do great things for the people

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Steve Rotheram is one of four candidates announced

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for the May election, alongside Conservative Tony

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Caldeira, Liberal Democrat Carl Cashman and Tom Crone of the Green

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Ukip haven't announced a candidate as yet.

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At the moment, terminations there are only allowed under

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That means many women travel to the UK to pay

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Some want the law brought into line with the mainland,

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but others don't agree, as Jacey Normand reports.

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In Britain, abortion is legal to 24 weeks.

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On the Isle of Man, terminations are restricted unless the pregnancy

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risks posing grave and permanent injury to the woman's

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The number of official abortions on the island is usually

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Anyone wishing to access the procedure therefore would either

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have to travel to Britain or order tablets online, an offence which

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Since April last year, a group of Manx women have been

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We're aware there are 479 women in the last five years who have

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travelled across the UK, so that's around 98 per year,

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who are travelling, and those are just the ones know about.

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Just before the elections in September, another group formed,

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who represent the life of the unborn child.

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We've got to balance the right of the woman to life and health

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and the right of the baby to life and health and, in my view,

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you cannot say that the baby is not a human being.

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Both camps have been vocal and are hoping to influence

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the Government during the course of this Parliament.

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Does it concern you that in terms of women who can't afford to travel

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to the UK to have terminations, that they may be ordering

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That is a concern and that is something we are working with and UK

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authorities and Customs and Excise to bring in legislation quickly

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It's also a criminal offence - if those tablets are intercepted

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by the Royal Mail, that person could go to jail.

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Technically, I suppose they could do.

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And you can see more on that story on Inside Out North West

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Still to come on North West Tonight: Shutting its doors on 350

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years of history - are the tills about to stop ringing

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And another Rooney record as wine becomes

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United's top scorer - a former striker

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This summer, Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral celebrates

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Paddy's Wigwam, as it s affectionately known,

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was consecrated at Whitsuntide in 1967.

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The cathedral authorities are planning a series of events

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Our Merseyside Reporter, Andy Gill, looks back at its history.

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It's an unmistakeable part of the Liverpool skyline,

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as modern-looking now as it was half a century ago.

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It's still in living memory for many people, 50 years, and it's a great

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occasion to celebrate with people's memories and in a sense, because of

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the nature of this building and its modernity, it's nice to remind

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people that actually it's now 50 years and it's a lovely milestone I

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think. Once the design was approved, it

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took less than five years to build. The Metropolitan Cathedral was open

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for public worship. The Prime Minister Harold Wilson

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and a host of cardinals and archbishops were at

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the consecration in 1967. She's 92 and still a

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regular worshipper here. I can remember the Scouts lining the

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route up to the ramp. It was all done in five years. 1962 to 1967, it

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was a wonderful experience that we at last had our own mother church

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for the North of England. In the 1930s there were plans

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for a huge cathedral here. They got as far as building

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the crypt designed But after World War Two, costs meant

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a cheaper design was needed. For many though today's cathedral

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is just as imposing. I love it, I adored it. I think it's

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the glass more than anything, the atmosphere, the deep blue glass. I

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once spent a day here from dawn to dusk just to watch the effects of

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the lake through all the different windows.

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It's needed extensive repairs over the years.

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But is part of the city's fabric now.

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In its 50 years, this cathedral like its Anglican counterpart of the road

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has become a focus for the city for good times and bad. There was a mass

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for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster here the day after it

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happened. Over the next months

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there are special masses, flower shows and concerts

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to mark the jubilee. We'll have more in the build-up to

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its golden jubilee later in the year.

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We'll be talking about record-breaker Wayne Rooney shortly,

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but first up is success on the slopes for the

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You can see how steep that hill is, he not only looks cool but an

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amazing achievement. Yes, we're not exactly known

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for winning in the Alps, are we? But Lancashire's Dave Ryding

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pulled out the performance Dave, who's from Bretherton

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near Leyland, is a slalom skiier and in Kitzbuhel in Austria

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yesterday, one of the premium world Dave finished a fantastic second

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to shock the rest of the field. The first time in 35 years a British

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skier has done that. And as I found out today he's

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made people who know him back here in the North

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west extremely proud... From the Lancashire Foothills to

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glory in the Alps, Dave Ryding was clearly emotional at achieving his

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first podium finish. This is what he said to BBC Radio. It's just crazy.

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Just really proud of what I've achieved. What the whole team has

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achieved, we're not a big team, my coach, my and man and me and they do

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the work of eight guys so I'm very grateful to them. Dave's

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achievements is extraordinary, it's just the second time in male British

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Alpine skier has finished in the top three. This famously was the last,

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when Conrad shocked the downhill world with silver in 1981. But for

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Dave Ryding's family it's all about their boy and when I met his

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grandparents today, they were bursting with pride. We're thrilled

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to bits. We've followed David for 23 years from when he was a little tot

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to where he is at now. When you knew he had got second place and was on

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the podium, how did you feel? You going to make me burst into tears!

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It was phenomenal. Having watched him as a child and seeing him now

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with what he has just achieved has been coming this year but suddenly

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he's arrived. This is where Dave learned to ski as a youngster,

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Pendle ski club near Clitheroe. He still has many friends at the club.

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I was very surprised. I know how well he has been skiing but to think

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he made the podium any world-class field was fantastic. Dave will now

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have his sights set on a medal at the championships and the Winter

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Olympic Games in South Korea next year and after his results of the

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weekend, the man they call the Rocket will believe anything is

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possible. Wayne Rooney added another

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goal-scoring record to his already impressive portfolio at the weekend,

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his late equaliser at Stoke making him Manchester United's

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all-time record goal-scorer. Goal number 250 for the club means

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he eclipses Sir Bobby Charlton's record and it took Wayne 200

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fewer games to do it. Well, to reflect on the achievement

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I'm joined by another former United frontman,

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Andy Ritchie. This is the goal that took into the

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record. It's extremely impressive. Fantastic, he is breaking records

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left, right and centre and he's a very proud man after scoring that

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goal and he didn't really get to celebrate because he wanted to get

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everybody back. Sir Bobby was there as well. Sir Bobby scored some

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fantastic goals. It took the a few more games to get there, though. How

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do you compare the two? You've got to compare Wayne with the best,

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cause he's done it. Sir Bobby was probably more of a midfield player.

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Wayne has probably played upfront most of his career. He's a fantastic

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player and I wish him all the best because I think it's been a

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fantastic achievement. 250 goals, 546 appearances, 758 for Sir Bobby,

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but he has captured the heart of Manchester United fans. Did you

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think Wayne Rooney has done the same? I certainly think he has. I

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think he should go down as an all-time legend as a Manchester

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United player. He's been out slowly fantastic for the football club --

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absolutely fantastic. He's looked up to buy the rest of the players.

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You've got to say he's an all-time legend. Thank you very much indeed.

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Burnley are still smarting after a controversial penalty cost

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them a valuable point away at Arsenal yesterday.

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The Clarets levelled at 1-1 in injury time

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through Andre Gray's penalty, but the home side were awarded

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a spot kick of their own when Mee clashed with Koscielny,

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Sanchez converted to win the match for Arsenal at the death.

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We know how tough it is, this division, but we need officials

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to make the right decisions and that is the real shame of today

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- to lose a game in that fashion and an offside not given

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Everton midfielder Gerard has joined EC Milan on loan until the end of

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the season. -- AC. Fleetwood moved up to fourth in

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league one. Sale Sharks fans finally

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had something to smile about at the weekend

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as the Steve Diamond's side They'd actually lost their last 16

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games in Europe until this late penalty From AJ MacGinty secured

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a 25-23 success over Scarlets This time last week

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we were reflecting on the retirement of swim star Fran Halsall,

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today it's the turn of her Team GB team mate Keri-Anne Payne who's

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bowing out of the sport. The 29-year-old Olympic silver

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medallist from Rochdale was also Keri-Anne says she still hopes

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to inspire others to share her love Congratulations to Southport golfer

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Tommy Fleetwood who won the Abu Dhabi championship yesterday. He

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beat Dustin Johnson. It's his first European tour title in more than

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three years. Andy Ritchie met him recently. He said he was a nice guy.

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It was like you and your Big Brother sitting there!

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A corner shop in the Lancashire village of Chipping first

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opened its doors when Charles the Second was on the throne.

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It's still in business, but for how long?

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Yes, the country's oldest shop could be about to shut its doors

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It's up for sale and, it seems, no one want to take it over.

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For almost 350 years, Brabin's shop has been at the heart

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of the Ribble Valley village of chipping but possibly

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Roy Pinkett bought the business in 2014, but his wife Sharon

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is suffering ill health and so they put it up for sale.

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We've probably had a dozen people showing a bit of interest.

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The furthest one came from Kent to view it,

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but nothing's positive from it, no offers or anything.

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Brabins is, by some accounts, the longest trading shop

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in the country, having been a butchers, bakers and undertakers

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If a buyer isn't found by the end of February,

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If we don't find a buyer we'll have to close the doors.

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John Brabin was a wealthy cloth merchant in Chipping in the 1600s.

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Upon his death, his will instructed the creation of a Brabins Trust

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They still manage almshouses and give out educational bursaries

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I just wish the trust had more supporters.

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The mobile post office opens up at Brabins twice a week

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and would have to find a new home if it closes, and of course it

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would mean the loss of another feature of village life.

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We've been here 53 years, we've been there for sweets

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and newspapers and groceries and my mum and dad

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Longridge is a far way to go so it's a shame.

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Chipping itself is getting bigger with houses so it's probably

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The business comes with a home, outhouses, land and even animals.

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There is still time for potential buyers to save the doors

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from closing on this slice of Lancashire heritage.

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It could be a great opportunity. The trust say they're working hard and

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hopeful of finding someone to take it on. Let's get a look at the

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weather now. It wasn't the best of starts today.

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Many places were great, misty and murky for a huge portion of the day.

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The sun came out in some places in the afternoon and that will be the

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pattern again tomorrow. We have eight Met Office warning for four,

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the lowest level, yellow. It could turn up anywhere and could be dense.

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The first few days of the beaker chilly. By Thursday, we are really

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in the cold air, but after that we are back in milder conditions so as

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we speak, 12 showers across the region this afternoon hardly

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dampening the ground, but the big story is visibility, the mist and

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fog warning really an issue tomorrow morning for drivers and it might

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affect airports. Away from that, some blue on the chart. Temperatures

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will be fairly low from zero to two Celsius. Whenever you are, two

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Celsius is not very good. The sun rises at 6:08am, we're getting

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around 50 more minutes of sunlight in a week. -- 15. As the morning

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goes on, brighter skies should come through the mist and fog and by the

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afternoon is not a bad picture. The Isle of Man have cloud and rain and

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soda Cumbria, pushing into Lancashire, but most people see an

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improvement. It will still feel cold.

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Well, it is January! Will be back with more news and weather at

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10:30pm. Insight Out is on at 7:30pm here. Good night.

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