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Earlier during Treasury questions, the Chancellor said that the UK has an "unbearable" number of potholes.
He's promising there will be more money to tackle them in the Budget - which is going to take place on 11 March.
The pledge came in response to a question from the new Tory MP for East Surrey- Claire Coutinho - who raised the plight of the county for earning an unenviable reputation as the "pothole capital of England", due to heavy good vehicles driving through the area.
"All our constituents would raise the number of potholes being unbearable nowadays," replied Sajid Javid.
"We have have already made clear in our manifesto that we will have the largest fund ever put in place by any government to tackle potholes - and there will be more details at the Budget," he added.
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Bodycams have been given to hospital staff to make them feel more safe around potentially violent and aggressive patients.
Security staff, casualty nurses and medical teams at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals are trialling them in an attempt to deter confrontations and boost confidence among the workers.
The cameras attached to their clothing are not running the whole time but can be triggered by a button if the staff member feels the need to.
They have to tell the patient or visitor that the camera is about to be turned on.
A mirror image of what is being recorded can be seen by the other person as it is happening.
Steven Hill, non-clinical risk manager for ASP Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said the idea came after staff highlighted in a survey about their working environment that dealing with an aggressive or violent incident at work was a concern.
He said there are on average about 23 to 25 incidents of violence and aggression – both physical and verbal – towards staff reported every month across the trust.
Workers in security, the Intensive Care Unit, Patient Advice and Liaison Service and Accident and Emergency across the two hospital sites have been issued 24 cameras between them.
The cameras are about the size of a small matchbox.
In the three months since the trial started there have been 24 pieces of footage recorded.
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Detectives believe he witnessed the attack, which left a man in hospital on Christmas Eve.
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The man in the Santa hat was standing close to the incident.
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