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

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Ian Brady's lawyer says the serial killer's ashes will definitely NOT

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Brady's body will be released tomorrow afternoon.

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Fury as a woman who conned a special needs charity out of ?25,000 is told

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the world's biggest wind turbines come on-line

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My brave dad's struggle with dementia -

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actor Christopher Eccleston calls for more awareness of the illness.

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And we saw this wonderful personality stripped away.

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The lawyer who represented Ian Brady today said that

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suggestions his ashes might be scattered on Saddleworth

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The confirmation came today as the inquest into his death resumed. His

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lawyer complained about speculation that was started by the coroner

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yesterday. Yunus, has Brady's

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body been released? Can you can clear up the confusion

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about the stories over what will happen to Brady's remains? What we

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have is a coroner by his own admission, he did not have the legal

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authority, but he felt he had a moral duty to ask for assurances

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over the ashes of Ian Brady and particularly they would not be

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scattered on the moor. But by doing that is what he did was lead to

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speculation that somehow this was his last wish. Brady's solicitor and

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the executor of his well has written to the coroner to say that he was

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deeply unhappy about those comments come. He says there is no likelihood

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that those ashes will be spread across the moor and he wanted to

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make that clear. He also said today that as far as he was concerned the

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contents of the will will remain private because it is private

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document. And we've heard that Brady's buddy is still under police

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guard. -- body. Let me take you back to what happened to my red Hendley.

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When she died the pill the service at real problem is finding someone

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to take her body. So the coroner wanted assurances that somebody

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would take Brady's body. We hurt from the police today who said that

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as far as they were aware that those assurances had not been made and the

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coroner has now agreed that the release of the body will be delayed.

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Yunus, we know Brady died of natural causes,

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so does there need to be a full inquest?

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The lawyer wanted the interest to conclude today but the coroner said

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that because Brady had spent 50 years in custody he wanted a full,

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Frank and fearless enquiry into his death. He also said that people may

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wonder about his human rights because when he was alive he did not

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care about the human rights of other people, so the inquest would in fact

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happen, there will be a full inquest, at the end of June. Thank

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you very much. A public inquiry has heard claims

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the Greater Manchester Police force is 'rotten to the core' and tried

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to cover up its failings after an unarmed man was shot dead

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by a firearms officer. The fierce criticism came

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from the barrister representing Anthony Grainger was at

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the wheel of a stolen car - parked up in the village

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of Culcheth near Warrington - At the inquiry for us is our social

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affairs correspondent, Clare Fallon, and we're now in the final stages

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of these public hearings. Some controversial allegations today

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as the barristers in this enquiry made their closing rock remarks.

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That is right. Those scathing criticisms came as this enquiry

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reaches the final stages of the public hearings, with the lawyers

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representing the various parties making their closing statements. The

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aim of this public enquiry is to establish exactly what happened when

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Anthony Grainger, and on armed man was shot Dowell dead. At the time

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the police said they thought he was part of a plan to carry out an armed

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robbery, but of course no weapon was found. So today the fierce

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criticisms came from the lawyer who is representing the victim's family.

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Of the police operation itself he said this was more like a kamikaze

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cavalry than a restrained and professional approach that should

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After today's hearing I spoke to the victim's partner and asked her with

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the enquiry reaching its final station, what she hoping for?

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A 62-year-old man, from North Wales and a 55-year-old from Wirral

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are being questioned on suspicion of conspiring to commit arson

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An inquest has concluded that a man who was crushed to death by a bale

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of carpet that fell on him at a Widnes recycling plant,

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The jury said though that the storage of the bales

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at Fresco Environmental Ltd "contributed" to

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A man was rescued from the sea off the Fylde coast this morning

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after being spotted up to his neck in the waves.

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An RNLI inshore lifeboat was launched to pull the man out

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He was treated for the effects of the cold.

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Unemployment in the North West fell by 24,000 in the last quarter.

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The number of jobless in the region now stands at 154,000,

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Visitors to the Isle of Man TT races are being told not

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to treat the island's roads like a race track.

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Thousands of bikers travel to Manx motorsport events and each year

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people die in crashes that aren't connected to the racing.

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22-year-old Lewis Clerk was killed when he was hit by another biker

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who was riding on the wrong side of the road - his image

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is being used in a new safety campaign which launched today.

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People, when they are out and about, need to be sharp

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They need to stay within their own limits and their

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And they simply just need to treat the place

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A fraudster who stole almost ?25,000 from a Preston charity has been told

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The ruling has outraged staff at Space Centre which caters

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for people with complex special needs.

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Fund raiser Fiona Barnes was jailed after admitting she stole cash

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But a proceeds of crime hearing was told she now has no assets.

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Our Chief Reporter, Dave Guest, has the story.

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The Space Centre in Preston is a sanctuary for people

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She was opposed to raising funds to keep it going. In reality she was

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pocketing cash which should have gone to the charity. She stole

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almost ?25,000 in all. It was devastating. We really thought we

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would going to close. It was only through the good nature of the

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building contractors that we didn't. What did you think of her? When I

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knew her I thought she was marvellous, a friend, a great

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colleague. But she was so calculating, she came in new exactly

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what she was going to do. She knew it would probably ruin us. She

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admitted stealing the money in court. She was changed jailed for 15

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months for what she did. Yesterday a hearing was held to decide how much

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of her ill gotten gains she would have to pay back. But the judge was

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told financial assets now amount to zero and so ordered she should just

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pay back ?1 and that could be paid over seven days. The here is

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outraged. To think she admitted she had taken nearly ?25,000 only to

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have to pay ?1 back. I find it absolutely disgraceful. Of course it

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is common practice for the authority to seize assets from convicted

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Reynolds. Police killer, had his home sold. A career criminal amassed

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a ?2 million fortune, he died in 2012 but last year his family were

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forced to surrender the money. But assets to be seized they have two B

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assets in the first place. When a court finds that someone has no

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assets, they may make a nominal order of ?1 like they have in this

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case to be paid immediately or initial time. After this the Crown

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Prosecution Service can make a further application should the

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defendant come into money. So there is still just a chance the centre

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may still get back what it lost. Lancashire Police say they've

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arrested over 130 anti-fracking protesters at a shale gas

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exploration site near Little Plumpton since January -

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and are also it's investigating over 30 complaints about it's

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officers by protesters. It comes as a silent vigil

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by campaigners against so called "aggressive policing"

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at the Preston New Road site, decended into

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confrontation with officers. This, say anti-fracking groups,

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is proof that Lancashire Police are using increasingly aggressive

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tactics to crackdown on protesters. Today the response from campaigners

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was a vigil outside Kirkham police station - no confrontation,

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no shouting, just near silence. I'm disappointed that

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the police can't cope with emotion without resorting

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to shoving people. Are you disappointed

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with the way it's panned out? I am a little bit

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because obviously we wanted it to be a silent protest

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but unfortunately feelings run high. Scenes like this have become

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a regular sight at Preston New Road since energy firm Quadrilla began

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to prepare the site for Shell gas Last month one of its

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suppliers pulled out amid claims of bullying and

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intimidation by protesters. There is a real concern,

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genuine concern, about the You say that, but there

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have been people here today who are maybe slightly

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aggressive towards police. People were shouting,

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people were shouting They were going right

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up into the police That is true but the point

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being is that this is not something that has happened

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completely from isolation. Lancashire Police

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say around a hundred officers are needed

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at the site each day, which is costing

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close to half ?1 million a month. But have they been overly

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aggressive towards protesters? We took the footage

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to a senior officer. Do these videos show

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police wrongdoing? Well, clearly, I can't comment

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on specific incidents. A number of complaints

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have been made about police behaviour and they will be

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properly investigated. There's approximately 30 complaints

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been made about police behaviour. On the flip side I would say that

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134 arrests have been made in direct connection

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with the development of the quick, And those arrests, I feel,

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have all been appropriate, Following today's

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exchange, protest groups handed police a letter

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signed by over 300 people. They're asking the incoming

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Chief Constable of Lancashire Police to join them

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in an open meeting where they'll ask him to hear their concerns

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about the way police are handling the situation

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at the site and Preston New Road. In the meantime anti-fracking groups

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say their protests will continue. My Brave dad's struggle with

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dementia, the actors Christopher Ecclestone calls for more awareness

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of the illness. And boxing clever, Natasha Jonas and balancing her

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ambitions with motherhood. A new wind farm off the Merseyside

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coast boasting the world's biggest wind turbines

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was officially launched today. Each of the 32 binds -- turbines is

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taller than the Blackpool Tower. It is hoped they would generate enough

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electricity to power a medium-sized town.

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Our Merseyside Reporter, Andy Gill, has been taking

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This morning, we took a helicopter over Liverpool Bay

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with the Danish energy firm, Dong, who run the new wind farm.

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Each of the turbines is nearly 200 metres tall,

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that's more than 600 feet in old money.

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Each of the blades are as long as nine double-decker buses.

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The innovative technology embedded in these machines mean that

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we can harness more electricity at low wind speeds,

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and therefore generate higher electricity as well

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for the homes around the north-west Merseyside region.

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Overall, the Burbo Bank extension can produce enough

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electricity to power 230,000 homes a year.

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The power which the turbines generate

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It then goes down 25km of undersea cables

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to an onshore station in north Wales.

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When you get close up to these turbines,

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you realise just how colossal they are.

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One turn of the blades on just one of the turbines produces enough

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electricity to power the average home for more than a day.

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The facility inaugurated today is an extension of one

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built ten years ago, though the original only has a

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Further up the coast five sites near Barrow of producing enough

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They had a posh do at Anfield to launch

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So will the world's tallest turbines be

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Whenever we saw a new type of turbine arising we always kind of

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looked at each other and said, "Well, it can't

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And the only lesson learned from that is

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it always got bigger and it got massively bigger.

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So I don't think the journey will stop.

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And among the investors in Liverpool Bay, the

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The idea is that it generates as much renewable

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energy as it uses in its factories and shops.

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Everything we use in our factories, in our offices, in our

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shops, locally as well - we have a Lego shop

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here in Liverpool - everything is balanced by our

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The new wind farm has an expected life

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Andy Gill, BBC North West Tonight, Liverpool.

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That was a posh do! Volleyball 's and everything.

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He's famous for playing Doctor Who and starring in many

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other TV dramas and films, but the actor Christopher Eccleston

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says he has another role - to raise awareness of dementia.

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His Dad - Ronnie - lived with dementia for 12

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Today Christopher returned to his home city of Salford to open

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a new centre aimed at helping others live WELL with dementia.

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The idea that you have coloured the bookcase, because my father was a

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reader, you would have gone here. And it's all about their dignity, so

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my dad would approve. Close to home, and

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close to his heart. Christopher Eccleston has a personal

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interest in the new hub My dad was and is my hero. He was a

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lovely man. He could be a swine as my mum would say, as I can be, as we

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all can be. And sadly, for the last 12, 14 years of his life, you lived

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with dementia. And we saw this wonderful personality stripped away.

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The aim of this centre is to be somewhere where people with dementia

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can come and share their experiences - not just with each other,

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but somewhere where they can pass on their advice to academics

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Dementia affects two in three people.

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So one in three of us are likely to have dementia,

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and one in three of us will be supporting someone with dementia.

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So actually, yes, dementia now touches more people than it

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The priority is how we support people who have

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dementia now to live well in the community,

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as independently as possible for as long as possible.

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It's been designed in consultation with people

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I was 49, and I was nursing, I was looking after people with dementia.

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And I found myself being very clumsy, I would put things down on a

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surface too heavy and they would break. Or I would be tripping over

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things, and then I was not recognising people. Later on in the

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journey, things can get tough, and directed lies that. But until such

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time we can help people live well, whether they are in a nursing home,

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or their own home, thereof things that each of us can do. I can prompt

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this because I know what I am talking about, not as much as my mum

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does... Christopher Eccleston's mum,

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Elsie cared for his Dad Today she joined him as the new hub

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was officially opened. It's hoped this will be

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a valuable resource, not just for academic research,

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but for those with dementia Naomi Cornwell, BBC

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North West Tonight, Salford. What an emotional day for

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Christopher Ecclestone. And we know joy. And her dementia dog. It's a

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pioneering new thing. She really works hard.

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Manchester United's David de Gea hasn't travelled

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for the club's Premier League game at Southampton tonight.

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Jose Mourinho is continuing to rest his squad ahead of next

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week's Europa League final in Stockholm.

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Does that mean he might play in the final then?

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Meanwhile Manchester City virtually sealed their Champions League

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place last night With a convincing victory at home to West Brom.

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Yaya Toure scoring City's third in at three one win.

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It was also the final home game for Pablo Zabaleta.

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Zabaleta, who made 322 appearances for City,

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winning two league titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups.

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One city fan said to me today it was a really emotional night, he was a

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real legend. The Liverpool boxer Natasha Jonas

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says she can't wait to get Natasha fought at both the Olympic

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and Commonwealth Games as an amateur and after coming out of retirement

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now has her sights set on trying Like any other fighter Natasha

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has to make sacrifices And as the mother of a young

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daughter she's got to juggle a busy life at home with a punishing

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schedule in the gym. Richard Askam met up with her today

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to see how she's getting on. Natasha Jonas has the single minded

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determination of any fighter. As a single Mum to

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17th month old Mela. Boxing to me is just another job. It

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is a job, maybe it's a bit different to everybody else is job but I am a

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single working mum. There are millions of us. I'm here to break

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down barriers and make sure we can do it.

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And since coming out of retirement has been training in her current gym

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She is doing fantastic. If there's one thing I've learned about her she

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is a perfectionist. Does two sessions, then goes home and picks

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up her baby. Natasha first came to prominence

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as one of the stars of Britain's Where she lost out to the eventual

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gold medal winner Katie Taylor. And she's now determined to prove

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herself in the professional game. As well as I did as an amateur I

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feel like I underachieved a bit. I want to make sure I walk away with

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no regrets. Her mind is totally set on being a world champion and giving

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it her best shot. Do you think she can do that? 100%.

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Making sure her daughter is cared for - this was the two

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And of course honing her skills in the gym.

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But with a big supportive family behind her she says it works well.

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Boxing is a dangerous profession. Having such a young daughter, is

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that on your mind? You never want to think about not coming home. But

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that could be the same for a race car driver or any dangerous sport.

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She is my motivation to do anything. I want her to see success. I

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strongly believe that success breeds success.

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Her mum is very much on track to make her professional debut,

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She's going to be fit, running around after a toddler and going to

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the gym. Shall we look at the weather? It

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rained. Even when the rain turned up it was

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later than we anticipated, but it hasn't been as bad. This picture

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shows just a little tins of sunshine every now and then. Some nice

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pictures coming in. This is a lovely one. As we head to the next couple

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of days we are cooling down a little, the air will become cooler

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and fresher. There is low-pressure close to us, forcing whether France

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towards us, so I think we will see some showers and outbreaks of rain

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in the next few days. This is how it is panning out. Some sunshine every

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now and then and the temperatures are neither one nor cold. Today here

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is the rain. Parts of Merseyside and Cheshire haven't seen the rain. As

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we speak it is pulling away, you can see it moving over the other side of

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the Pennines, and will clear to the North Sea in the next couple of

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hours. From here onwards it improves. It gets dry and clear and

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as the weather front pulls through we will start to feel the benefit of

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the cooler air coming in. The overnight temperatures have been in

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double figures and mid-teens earlier this week. I think tonight will be

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more realistic. Some places will fall to around eight degrees.

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Remember, on the chart are minimum temperatures. Some places will still

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be around nine or ten. Tomorrow is a bit hit and miss. There will be some

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showers but also some sunshine. The showers are not that widespread but

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where they turn up they could be fairly heavy and there could be some

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thunder. That is the exception rather than the rule but you can see

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them working through Cumbria, down the Pennines, that is where they

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could be at their liveliest. Elsewhere, good, long spells of

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sunshine, a light breeze. It will be cooler and fresher, at maybe 15, 16,

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17 if you are lucky. Someone picking me up and the lack

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of football knowledge! Just before we go -

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we ran a story last night about the auction for the legendary

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Hilda Ogden's even more legendary pinny, curlers and headscarf .Well

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the auction was held this afternoon in Southport and the items

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were snapped up for ?4,200. They were bought by advertising

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executive Trevor Beattie. I don't know what he's going to do

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with them. Thanks for watching. Have a lovely evening.

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The choice you now face is all about the future.

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Whoever wins on the 8th of June will face one overriding task -

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to get the best possible deal for this United Kingdom from Brexit,

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because making Brexit a success is central to our national interest

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and it is central to your own security and prosperity.

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Because, while there is enormous opportunity for Britain

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if we do not get this right, the consequences will be serious

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and they will be felt by ordinary working people across the country.

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