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Hello, good evening, and welcome to North West Tonight. I'm live in

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Barrow where the first leg of the election tour has arrived on the day

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that Labour's leaked manifesto has concerned there commitment to

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Labour's nuclear deterrent. On a place that depends on it, that is

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sure to be welcome news. 90 years in jail for the drugs gang

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caught after an international The Europa League clash that

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Mourinho claims is the "most And out of this world -

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the British astronaut whose story's being turned into a Hollywood film,

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shares his space adventures There are a few nicer places to be

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on a glorious evening like this one beside the seaside in Barrow. On a

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day that Labour's leet manifesto commitment confirmed their

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commitment to Britain's nuclear commitment, the submarine is built

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over there and employs 8000 people, it's likely to be a town perhaps

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with slightly more of a spring in its step 29 - totally for those of

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Labour persuasion. There is -- the latest nuclear sub rolls off the

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production line just a few weeks ago. Barrow is a Klee N'Diaye key

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marginal targeted by the Conservatives. -- Barrow is a key

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marginal. Perhaps it will help to persuade those that were wavering to

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vote for Labour. We'll be commitment to the ?200 million programme help

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to shore ?200 million programme helps ensure a devoted?

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In a moment we'll be finding out how strong the Labour vote is in Barrow,

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but first Stuart Flinders looks at why defence is so

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It looks calm enough on the surface, but there is something

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A decision last year to renew the Trident missile system should

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secure the jobs here of those who build the submarines

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But which party would you trust to see it through?

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Tony Keen runs an engineering services company company that

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I would have to dramatically change the strategy of the business.

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It wouldn't be fatal, but it would be bad.

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About half of your work is with BAE Systems, isn't it?

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You can tell by the shops in the town, the hairdressers

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in the town, whatever industry or sector you're in in the town,

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the size of BAE to Barrow, it affects every part

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There is not enough work on a Trident submarine in Barrow

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Labour's Dennis Healey meeting shipyard workers in Barrow in 1983.

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His party lost the seat that year, the Conservatives

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Labour then, under Michael Foot, supported unilateral

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Now it supports Trident - a policy confirmed in

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Its last MP, John Woodcock, was firmly behind it.

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And yet, some voters are wary of party leader Jeremy Corbyn's

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lifelong links with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

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You don't know what Jeremy Corbyn's going to do regarding

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So nobody knows what's going on in his mind.

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The Labour Party, especially their leader, seems to be very

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negative for the future of the submarines.

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Rarely is one issue so prominent in politics,

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One false move by a candidate and his or her party can cost them

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That's because here, defences and just about

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It's about jobs and the very future of this town.

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Lets talk to Phil Collier, he is from the Federation of Small

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Businesses. Thanks for coming out this evening. That manifesto

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commitment from Labour today, will that make any difference here, do

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you think? I don't think it's going to make a material difference. The

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key thing at the main Mint is here and we have a successor programme.

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It is how we benefit from it that is critical. Stuart was talking about

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the importance of defence and of this place. But in real terms for

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real people living their lives in Barrow, just how crucial is the

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defence sector? It's massive. We saw back in the early 19s when the

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shipyard hit the wall, and the impact on the town then. -- early

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1990s. It's about creating legacy for the future and using what we

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have here to grow that legacy and build it. We are talking about 8000

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people employed in the yard at the moment. That will peak at just over

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9000. You can almost double that in terms of the number of people that

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are effective in the supply chain and potential supply chains, whether

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we're talking industrial manufacturing companies, the

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hospitality sector, the retail sector, the growth of the

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regeneration of the town centre. When it comes to a Northern

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Powerhouse, you don't get much more powerful than what is built in

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there. But does Barrow feel like part of that Northern Powerhouse

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project that we have heard so much about? No, we don't. That is one of

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the big concerns. It is massively important that whoever is elected in

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on the 8th of June really gets to grips with this and make sure that

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we don't become the forgotten corner of the Northern Powerhouse. There's

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a lot going on here because it is unjust defence. There is wind farm,

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pharmaceutical. We have what will be the biggest wind farm development in

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the world just off the coast behind us. Glaxo Smith Kline are building a

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new biopharmaceutical plant. Very same massive amount around here. --

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there is a massive amount around here. It is a highly skilled

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technical area and we can't be left out on the edge. Thank you very much

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indeed, we appreciate your input. Phil Collier here in Barrow. Trident

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is not the only issue for people here. It is a marginal, as we said.

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The Conservatives have targeted it, Labour narrowly won it last time

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round. John Woodcock, the sitting Labour MP who has served this place

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in recent years, a vociferous opponent or critic of Jeremy Corbyn.

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But can he and Labour hang on? That is a question for our Political

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Editor. In Barrow town centre,

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a statue stands tall to the welders, the gaffers, the men and women

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who made the shipyard great. But like Labour towns

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across the north-west, industry's not the only issue

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at play in the selection. I'm not racist or nothing,

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but they're thinking more about the foreigners

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than they are us lot Do you feel they get better

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protection and more help than you? The Furniss Railway Pub sits close

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to the terraced houses, which have been homes to shipyard

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workers for generations. Here, party loyalty

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is being questioned. I've always voted Labour,

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but I'm not going to vote Labour this time because Theresa May

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is doing a wonderful job. I think she's very

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articulate, very genuine. Are you surprised that your

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voting Conservative? But on the big issues,

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it's Labour that Andy and Barry turn Free car parking for

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patients, obviously. And I think over a period of time

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they will bring in more Sadly, at the moment,

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they're lacking. Said you trust Labour more

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when it comes to the NHS? I will always be a Labour man,

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particularly here in Barrow. It's a Labour town, it's

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the working man's town. And that's damn well

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how it should be. To say that the Labour Party is well

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supported in the north-west is a bit There are more than twice

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as many Labour MPs here But here in Barrow, the candidate

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won by fewer than 800 votes in 2015. It's on a list of nine

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constituencies where, if 5% of voters switch from Labour

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to the Conservatives, And this is where the

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Corbyn factor comes in. Can Barrow connect with a man

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described as Marmite, Terry has been a Labour Party member

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for more than 50 years, We don't live in some suburb

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of London where you go in a cafe and everyone agrees with you,

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or something like that. This is downtown Barrow in Furness,

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and we hear what he says Do you think that could

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lose you the seat? Four weeks is a long

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time in politics. A week is a long time, four weeks is

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a really long time. Nina is here. That is this constituency. Should

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Labour be worried in the broader north-west? There is lots of talk of

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Labour being annihilated at this general election. But don't forget

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there are more than 30 seats in the Northwest where Labour has a

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majority of more than 20%. That would take a political earthquake to

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unseat them. Just look at Andy Burnham and Steve Robert. That is

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not to say the Labour Party should be worried. I've been speaking to

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people all week and they have been telling me they voted Labour for 20

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or 30 years, but are thinking about something different at the ballot

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box. There are two reasons - the first is that they trust Theresa May

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Brexit. Lots of parts voted to leave the EU. And the second is Jeremy

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Corbyn, he's just not connecting with voters in the left. Hence John

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Woodcock distancing himself as much as he can. Has Jeremy Corbyn been

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protected? Theresa May hasn't been out meeting real people, but Jeremy

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Corbyn has been criticised. Theresa May likes to know exactly what is

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happening, and don't forget this is a much shorter campaign. Perhaps

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that is why we're not been as much of the party leaders. But this is a

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two-way street. The Conservative Party are defending seven seats,

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which also marginal. A 5% swing see them losing. We might not have seen

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as much of the party leaders in the north-west. But there for weeks to

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go. Forward to very long time in politics. It is! Nina, thank you

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very much indeed. We will have some final thoughts from here at the end

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of the programme but it is high time we got back to the studio for the

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rest of the news with Annabel Roger, thank you very much.

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Rochdale's former Labour MP Simon Danczuk says

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he will stand as an Independent against Labour's Tony Lloyd

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Mr Danczuk was suspended by the Labour Party while it

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investigated allegations he sent explicit texts

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Chester Zoo, which fell victim to a ?1.26 million fraud,

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The Zoo was duped into handing over the money in 2013 to a man claiming

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to represent a construction company it had been working with.

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Four men have been convicted of their involvement.

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Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has promised a radical

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overhaul of controversial plans to build houses on green belt land.

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Thousands of people have protested against the Greater Manchester

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spatial framework, which includes sites in all ten boroughs.

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The new proposals would see more development on land

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I still have high ambitions for the homes and the jobs

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that we will need to bring to Greater Manchester.

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We just need to make sure they're the right homes

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It doesn't mean every single piece of green land is safe, you know?

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There will still need to be difficult decisions.

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But I am listening to what people said.

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I do understand that these green spaces are precious to them,

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and as mayor I will work to protect them.

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Members of a drug smuggling gang have been sentenced to a total

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of almost 90 years after police found a stash of Class A

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drugs hidden in secret compartments in a van.

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And international police operation stopped the group getting heroin and

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cocaine into the UK. The ringleader of the group,

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a 64-year-old from Liverpool, has been described by police

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as a career criminal. He'd been jailed in the past

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for a similar plot. Our Social Affairs Correspondent,

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Clare Fallon, was in This was a real international

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conspiracy. It was an international plot with a gang of drug smugglers

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from Merseyside running the operation. At the helm of all this

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was a man could Edward Avis, in his 60s from the Aigburth area of

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Liverpool. Here's a man who thought he had learned from his mistakes. He

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had been jailed in the past for drug smuggling. He made a point of

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holding his meetings in places like parks. Even in a cemetery! Trying to

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make sure the authorities weren't listening in to him. That is him,

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the chap on the left, having a meeting in a park to try and avoid

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the authorities monitoring what you are saying. But of course they could

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see him, follow him and film him. He and his accomplices were the subject

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of a covert surveillance operation. That operation ended with a sting

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out in Belgium. When officers in Antwerp moved in to make their own

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rest and search the refrigerated van that the bank had been using, at

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first they couldn't find any drugs. But then they realised there were

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heeding compartments underneath a fake flaw in the back of the van.

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That is where they found 13 kilograms of class a drugs, heroin

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and cocaine, with a street value of about ?1.4 million. According to the

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National Crime Agency which was behind this operation, that was a

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significant find and Edward Avis is a significant drug smugglers.

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He is a career criminal who hasn't learned from his past misdemeanours.

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He has previously served a lengthy sentence for this type of crime.

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It was quite clear that he gave no thought to the harm and misery that

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would have occurred had these drugs flooded the streets

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And, equally, the harm it causes in the communities overseas

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Edward Avis was today handed a 12 year sentence. He was jailed along

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with nine other people, most of them from Merseyside. Some of them were

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eastern Europeans who had been drafted in to transport the drugs.

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In total, those ten people were jailed for almost 90 years. The

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judge said theirs was a carefully planned and audacious plot might

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thank you very much. Still to come on

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North West Tonight... Out of this world -

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the British astronaut whose story's being turned into a Hollywood film

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shares his space adventures I was thinking for a second or two,

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is this the day I die? We're live at Old Trafford

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for the Europa League clash that Mourinho claims is the "most

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important in the club's history". A brand new cultural centre

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officially opens in Chester tonight. It's called Storyhouse,

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and it means that for the first time in a decade there's a theatre

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and a cinema in the city centre. But there's more to the project

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than films and plays. It's also about literature

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and a new place to meet and relax, Rehearsals at Storyhouse

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Chesterfield tonight's show It is an adapted John Gay

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's 18th-century play to put in references

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to Chester and Merseyside. Storyhouse is on this site

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of the old Odeon cinema, but a modern extension means it can

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offer much more than movie. I hope this project, Storyhouse,

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can be something that puts Chester What we're doing here

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is I think of national This innovation of the integration,

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bringing together the library services, the theatre

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and the cinema, is genuinely culturally innovative and has

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covered a lot of attention It's ten years since Chester city

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centre had a cinema or theatre. Judging from the number of people

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who turned up today, it will assuage It's been a long time coming

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and it's well worth the wait. I was an usher here when I was

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at school in the 70s. We have waited a long time

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for it, and it's lovely. It cost ?37 million with cash mainly

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from the local authority, One of the key things

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about Storyhouse is the range of cultural activities

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which will go on here. It's not only Chester's Central

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library, it's also a theatre, Simon is the architect

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who had to fit it all in. I mean, there were a lot

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of challenges on this project. A big cultural project

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in a Chester historic city. I suppose the first challenge

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was to think about how you design a building that is a library,

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a cinema and a theatre. How you bring all those things

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together in a completely new way. And really we've tried to make

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the library the glue that joins There's a bar, a cafe,

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and a cinema that will show Storyhouse is open from 8am

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until the last performance ends. Football now, and Manchester United

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can book their place in the Europa League final

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for the first time tonight. It's a competition that has taken

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on extra significance for United because the winners qualify for

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next season's Champions League. The reds take a 1-0 lead

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into the second leg of their semi-final against

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Celta Vigo at Old Trafford. There's a lot resting

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on this, Richard? I'm not sure everyone would agree

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with Mourinho's statement, but it is really significant, isn't it? I

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think you're right, as you say, particularly in terms of Champions

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League qualification, that's why it's important. It looks very

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unlikely that United can do that by finishing in the top four in the

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Premier League. It's all about this competition for par United. I think

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you can see that from Mourinho's selection against Arsenal in the

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last much. We can see key players like Paul Pogba and Eric by Ewa

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turning for United. The have been complications in the news. Paul

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Pogba's record transfer fee from Juventus, Fifa saying they will look

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into that after reports that his agent will earn ?41 million from

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that deal. And also perhaps the him from Wayne Rooney that maybe he's

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going to consider leaving Old Trafford in the summer. He spent a

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lot of time on the bench. As you would expect for this match tonight,

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he is playing a very straight bat. This is on trying to

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help us win this final. I think, you know, it's

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a massive opportunity for us, as a group of players,

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to win a European title. And my focus is to help us

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try and win this one. How good Celta Vigo? I think on the

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evidence of the first leg, not very good at all! They looked completely

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tired out by Manchester United. They have been talking a little tougher

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in the run-up to this game. Not pulling up any trees in La Liga, but

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they have beaten both Barcelona and Real Madrid. So on this day they are

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pretty decent. Having said that, all of these Manchester united fans go

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into the Day today and they expect Manchester United to sail through.

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Anything can happen in a football game, of course. But it will be a

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big surprise if after this came United aren't in the Europa League.

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Thanks very much indeed. British astronaut Mike Foale

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is a real life hero who's story is to be made

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into a Hollywood movie. He flew on six space shuttle

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missions, helped to save the Russian space station Mir from disaster

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and was the first Briton Today he was in Manchester speaking

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to hundreds of school children. I knocked on the door of Nasa

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in the Johnson Space Centre in Houston, and I said,

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"Can I be an astronaut?" And they said, well,

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not so fast, Michael. Plunged into darkness,

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and into space, Mike Fole took hundreds of students on

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a journey through his career. It's almost 20 years since he

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helped to save the Russian space It's almost 20 years since he helped

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to save the Russian space station Mir after it collided

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with a supply vessel. I'm pretty sure this

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may be my last breath. When the collision of the progress

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on the station occurred, I was thinking for a second or two,

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is this the day I die? And then I thought, no,

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I guess it's not happening. And then you just press on and try

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and solve your difficulty. And conquering adversity was one

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of the themes of his talk. Some might want to be

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a football player. They might want to be

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a classical pianist. They've already got

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an idea in their mind. My story probably does help

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because I told them how I got around If you don't have a way to stop it

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floating, it is horrible. He was really funny,

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I like the videos. Because there's no gravity

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you would think how would people be able to move properly

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and things like that. It's an inspirational story that

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if you keep on trying, That's the message we want

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our children to have - never give in, always try your best

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and you everything you can A Hollywood movie is now

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being made about his life. Enough time has passed to make that

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movie bearable for me to be made. Do you have any wishes for anyone

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in particular to play you? That will be a good film. Let's get

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the weather now with Diane. Another fabulous day, but it's not hanging

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around? No, it's the end of it. For the next

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couple of days, at least. Summer hasn't started yet, but it has been

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very, very nice indeed. 21 degrees we've got this afternoon at

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Blackpool, just outside of Chester. Manchester City centre got 19. We've

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all done very well and there has been an awful lot of sunshine. If we

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look at our satellite picture, here it comes. The cloud is pushed in and

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embedded within our thunderstorms. The cloud really is the future for

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us right now. It's all about this weather system that works its way

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into. It comes in in the overnight period and is making its presence

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felt when you get up tomorrow, a much more showery day. Through the

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weekend it is much more mobile with westerly winds forcing the weather

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fronts. From time to time there will be outbreaks of rain. This was a

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picture of the sun going down night. Some places will have clear skies

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around and you could see this again. But for many of us, a much more

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cloudy affair. The next couple of days it will be cloudier, cooler

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with showery rain at times. Our picture outside shows quite a bit of

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low cloud at times. Temperatures tonight are very, very good. There

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will be quite a bit of cloud. The show was working their way in. You

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can see them working through parts of North Wales, but they are not

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near us just yet. The thinking as they will stay near North Wales and

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most of us will just see cloud increasing from time to time. Take a

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look at the numbers - they are really very good. Warm and humid

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first thing tomorrow morning. Aside from that, quite a bit of cloud

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cover from the word go. It come the show was that push into wards asked

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from the morning. Not everywhere will get them. Where they turn up,

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they could be heavy with a rumble of thunder. If you dodge them, in the

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sunshine temperatures will reach around 18Celsius. But it's not what

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they have been. It's not!

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Before we go, let's go back to Roger who is in a barrow. It still

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beautifully sunny behind you. Glorious, it is. A lovely evening to

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be by the Cumbrian coast. Nina is still here as well. Four weeks to

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go, we will all be voting. What can we expect from the Northwest

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campaign? There are still many people yet to make up their minds.

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People aren't wedded to the political party that they have been

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for generations before in the same way that they used to be. Brexit has

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changed all four weeks is plenty of time for people to swap one way,

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then the other, then back again. The weather has been glorious. Nina,

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thank you very much indeed. We have worked out that the car horns in

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Barrow all work pretty well also. It's a glorious blue sky, as Nina

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said. And as Annabel mentioned, whether run not Barrow turns blue in

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four weeks' time is far from certain. We will watch from

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interest. From all of us, thanks for watching. Goodbye.

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