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A campaign has been launched today to try and convince the government to invest more money in the rail line that runs between Norwich and London.
Campaigners say better rail infrastructure would be worth billions to the local economy across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex and they want passengers and businesses to sign up - to convince the government to pay up.
The British Motorsport summer continues this weekend in Northamptonshire as the Silverstone Classic gets underway.
Some of the world's finest, and most valuable cars will be at the track for the three day event of classic motor racing and festival fun.
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An investigation has been launched after a butler died at a stately home.
Arthur Mellar died after suffering serious injuries in an incident at Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire, on July 12.
A joint investigation is being carried out by Cambridgeshire Police and the Health and Safety Executive into the circumstances surrounding his death.
David Pennell, Burghley estate director, said the house would co-operate fully with the investigation.
He said: "It is with the deepest sadness that we confirm the tragic death of Arthur Mellar, a highly-valued member of the household team at Burghley, following an accident on Saturday, July 12."
British Transport Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a sexual assault on a train in Essex.
The train was travelling between Prittlewell and Southend Victoria station in the early hours of this morning.
The victim was a 23-year-old woman.
Detective Constable Paul Cudby said: “We have analysed onboard CCTV footage of the incident and are keen to speak to the man in the picture. I am confident he has key information on this assault."
Anyone with information is asked to call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40
David Walker from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents says children should avoid swimming in unsupervised areas.
He said the critical thing to remember was the temperature:
– David Walker, RoSPA
"The difference between the really warm air temperature of 28-30 degrees and the cold water of 15 degrees, it's that interaction and that jumping into cold water which catches people and causes them to drown."
RoSPA says there are a number of things to consider if you decide to swim in inland waters:
- Parents and carers: discuss the hazards with your children and remind them that children should never swim alone at unsupervised locations
- Among the hazards to consider are that, even on a hot day, water might be a lot colder than you were expecting
- There may be strong currents and underwater debris that you cannot see from the bank
- Consider how you are going to get out of the water once you are in it
- Be honest about your swimming ability
- Remember that alcohol and swimming never mix.
Cambridgeshire Police are warning people not to try and swim in the lakes at Cherry Hinton
The warning follows the death this morning of a teenage boy in the River Great Ouse in Hartford. Police say they have received reports of people breaking in and swimming in the lakes, despite the fact it is private land.
The body of a 16-year-old boy has been recovered from a lake at a disused quarry in Bedfordshire after he got into difficulties while swimming with friends.
Bedfordshire Police were called to the scene at Jacques Lane, Clophill. The teenager had been swimming in the lake with friends when the incident happened.
Officers worked through the night and the search resumed in the daytime with a dive team coming in to continue searching the lake.
The case has now been handed over to the coroner for formal identification and an inquest will be held in due course.