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I'm Charlie McArdle, welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Serious road accidents double in a decade -

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could penalty points and the threat of losing

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There are still rules about what they should or shouldn't do on the

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road, whether it is pedestrian or cyclist or driving a car.

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Five weeks of roadworks for one of Guernsey's main commuter routes.

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And not just the hangover we're left with after Christmas.

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Cards, paper, boxes and trees - recycling gets a boost.

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And after the frost of last night, not quite as cold tonight. It will

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be quite busy for a time tomorrow. All the details later. -- breezy.

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Drivers in Jersey caught breaking the law could face penalty points

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on their licences to tackle the rising number of

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The department that oversees roads says they're safer

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than they were 20 years ago, but bringing down the number of

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Penalty points on your driving licence are something drivers

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in the UK and Europe have been familiar with for many years,

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but that's not been the case in Jersey, where you are less likely

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to lose your licence because of bad driving and bad behaviour.

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Jersey's Government wants to bring in a penalty points system by 2019,

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The evidence shows that we are still getting as many serious injuries yet

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an year as we have done for 20 odd years. That would suggest that we do

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need to do a bit more. You can get fined, disqualified, but the logic

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of the penalty points system is that it will add more to the process.

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In the past decade, accidents have more than doubled,

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going from fewer than 30 in 2005 to 68 in 2015.

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But with measures already in place, such as Parish Hall Enquiries

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and fines, will penalty points make a difference?

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Basically, when you are driving a car, you need to have your wits

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about you. Looking ahead and being aware of what's around you. A piece

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of documentation won't make any difference. There are rules, whether

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it is a pedestrian or cyclist, people still regularly break the

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rules. When there are penalties already in place. It should make a

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difference, but it remains to be seen.

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The authorities also want to cut the legal

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blood alcohol limit, bringing it into line

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The latest police campaign over Christmas showed a consdierable

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reduction in the number of people caught.

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The police asked the public to help by reporting people getting behind

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The public trust us, I feel, and they feel that they can vote as. We

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need their help, their support, and we need them to contact hours.

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While more work is done on the law changes,

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the police say they'll be continuing their campaign

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Chris Rayner, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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A man's been arrested and released on bail following an alleged

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The incident is said to have happened at the public toilets

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at Snow Hill in the early hours of New Year's Day.

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Jersey Police want to speak to the woman wearing a red coat

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who helped the victim, as well as any other witnesses.

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The parents of a murdered Guernsey woman have reached out

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to the national media in the hope to see justice.

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Vic and Kate Groves spoke to a number of national BBC radio

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and television news outlets today, including the Victoria Derbyshire

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Show, on the poor handling of their daughter's case.

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Sarah was killed on a houseboat in Kasmir in 2013.

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in the trial of Richard de Wit, a Dutch national

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The Jersey civil servant at the centre of a flight

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Mike King, the Chief Officer for Economic Development,

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Tourism, Sport and Culture, has resigned with immediate effect.

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A statement from the Chief Minister's department says

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he is leaving by "mutual agreement", but doesn't specify the reason.

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Mr King came under criticism in the States last year

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when he and Wayne Gallichan from Locate Jersey spent ?13,000

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on flights for a business trip to South Africa.

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Schools, businesses and the Guernsey Ambulance Service

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all have contingency plans in place, as five weeks of roadworks gets

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under way on one of the island's main arterial routes.

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The Rohais is set to close in stages

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This morning marked the start of five weeks of work

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on one of the island's main commuter routes.

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Phase one will see the bottom of the Rohais go down

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to single lane traffic, controlled by temporary lights,

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and the work will continue in stages up the hill towards St Peter Port.

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This is one of our biggest projects we've

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At 900 metres, we're resurfacing over 200 metres a week.

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That's a significant amount of work, so what we have to do is break it

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into phases to try and keep the traffic moving to keep access

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to businesses and hopefully that will lead to a successful project.

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The island's ambulance service is at the centre

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but plans are in place to ensure that emergency call-outs are dealt

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Hopefully, our response times are not going to be affected.

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What we plan to do is place ambulances and crews at various

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points of the island during the roadworks

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so our response times will hopefully not be delayed at all.

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Businesses are keen to stress that they will remain open throughout,

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with the Rohais Motor Centre quick to praise the levels

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It's enabled them to keep customers fully informed.

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Before Christmas, the engineer came round and spoke to us

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in a lot of detail about how it was going to go and how

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the phases would work, and we've been emailed

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Yeah, I think it's been really, really good.

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While things have been moving fairly smoothly today,

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the real test may well come when the schools go

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You're watching the BBC in the Channel Islands.

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Later in Spotlight with Justin and Victoria:

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Memories of the Blitz - a new film goes underground to mark

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the 75th anniversary of the World War Two bombings.

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Online shopping is having a big impact on the amount of waste

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As the festive season nears its end, waste centres are seeing much more

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And as Mike Wilkins reports, it's not just cardboard,

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Christmas cards and wrapping paper being recycled.

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It's beginning to look like the end of Christmas.

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Although there's still a few days till the end of the festive season,

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hundreds of trees have already been dumped at this recycling point.

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The island's waste officer says they're put to good use.

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We collect around about six and have thousands trees per year. That

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matches the amount of trees coming into the island. What we will do

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with those trees is chipping them onside, and taking the chips are

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down and makes them with the material in our green waste site.

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And it's not just trees being dumped.

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This recycling centre is dealing with all the Christmas

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Behind me, there are towers of cardboard stacked high. The people

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who run this place tell me that one in three of the cardboard they

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recycle comes from one online retailer. We are seeing a increase

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in online shopping. That increases in the cupboard coming into the

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island, particularly in December. -- cardboard.

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We don't have the overall recycling figures yet for this Christmas,

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but with a few days left of the festive season, there's

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Ensuring the island's views are represented during ongoing talks

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on Brexit will be one of the biggest challenges for 2017.

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That's according to Guernsey's President of Policy and Resources.

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So how do Guernsey and Jersey go about that?

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And what other things do we have to look forward to over

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and you made your way through the Christmas treats.

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So all that's left is for you to gaze into your crystal bauble

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Of course, there's no way of knowing what's in store.

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But the States can take a good guess at what the key challenges will be.

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The people have spoken, and the as is, we are out. Although we are a

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small jurisdiction, we must deploy and emitted resources in the most

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effective way to insure our voice is not lost. The biggest challenge is

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that we are not below the radar, and our interests are well represented.

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It's something Guernsey will work Jersey on.

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And a challenge which could actually benefit

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both Islands' tourism industries.

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That means, probably, pound sterling will remain weak. For British people

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staying in Britain, including coming to the Channel Islands, it is great.

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If you are in France, with a stronger euro, you can pop over and

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enjoy it. Our job is to market Jersey, but we will continue to grow

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the visitor numbers here. Will the sun be shining

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for the influx of visitors, though? I think the trend is a little bit

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towards extremes. There seems to be more extremes of temperature and

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rainfall, maybe more extremes. Four. the charts and graphs can

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easily get it wrong. So perhaps this will

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give us a more certain Or at least one I hope

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comes true for you. It's been a bright yet

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chilly start to the first We won't have to wait

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long for the weekend, so how's the forecast looking,

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David Brainecan? That piece reminding me of the

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weather we saw last year. What might have escaped our attention over the

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last four or five weeks is how dry the islands have been. I will

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briefly looked back. Jersey and Guernsey have been particularly dry,

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but Guernsey especially so. Rainfall has been the driest December since

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1879. That is nearly back to where the records started. One of the

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driest December 's ever, December 16 was. More cloud around tomorrow. Not

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quite so cold. As it arrives through the night, capable of producing

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drizzle. A blustery breeze both tonight and tomorrow morning. A

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weather front drifting down from the North. That is that layout of --

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layer of clouds coming towards as later. As it just down it will

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introduce cloud, drizzle in the wind, but it's Peters out into

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Thursday. Thursday is brighter. There is beware of cloud. -- the

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layer. Producing a few spots of light rain and drizzle. Before it

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gets to us, temperatures will tumble away. But a blustery started to

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tomorrow. Cloud and drizzle, but petering out, winds becoming

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northerly and temperatures up to about 9 degrees. Here is the tides

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and high water. Most of the beaches are likely to be choppy. At a good

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evening. You're up to date with the news

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from the Channel Islands. brothels and believes women working

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together in one place is safer, but Laura Watson told me why these

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short-term brothels are a problem. The major problem with the pop-up

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brothels is the transient nature of them. We have been seeing all over

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the country that people are raiding premises where sex workers are

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working together collectively and safely. The police are raiding them

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and closing them down. So in your raise you see the police as a bit of

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a problem in this situation? Definitely be major problem. They

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are the ones who are raiding premises and closing them down where

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it is just two or more sex workers working together for safety and even

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if there is no force or caution involved in that setup... You see

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these women as victims because the police are treating them as victims?

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We do not see these women as victims. The women do not describe

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themselves as victims. They describe themselves as head of households,

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earning money to put food on the table to feed their children. Most

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sex workers are mothers in the UK and that is the reason they are

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working. The police are a little bit between a rock and a hard place

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because they have a job to do. There are children in the streets, you can

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see that police have a duty to try and move them on. Sex workers are

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mothers themselves and therefore it take into the consideration that

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there are families in the area, all those other considerations, so any

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kind of anti-social behaviour that happens or noise or anything like

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that can be dealt with. You don't need a prosecution to deal with

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those kind of problems. You are making it sound like any other

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business in a normal street. So what is the answer here? What we want is

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an end to the law, legislation, which prevents sex workers from

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working together. Not only does prevent from working together, it

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means you can't come forward to report any violence that does happen

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to the police because the police are more interested in our experience in

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the prostitution of fans that you're committing rather than dealing with

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the violent crime. And how likely is it that changing the we think it's

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definitely possible. Recently Amnesty International announced that

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they supported decriminalisation. We have the example of New Zealand who

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decriminalised in 2003. With great success. Women feel they have the

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support from the law and more entitled to protection and more able

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to come forward and report any violence that does happen. We

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appreciate your time, thank you very much. Thank you very much.

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Now, you wouldn't necessarily think that reopening a tin mine

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near an area of outstanding beauty was a particularly good idea.

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But community leaders in East Cornwall think it is,

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and as our Business Correspondent Neil Gallagher reports,

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the local mayor says if the plan doesn't go ahead there'll be some

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That much remains of the old red for mine on the edge of Collington. But

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there is a lot of ten here. And if tin prices keep rising it may become

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economic to dig it out. Mining specialists have been consulting on

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plans to start test. First reaction is locally have been quite positive.

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It is crying out for regeneration. It would be wonderful if new jobs

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were brought in. All bought knowing that the mining was happening in the

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area, so it has not come as a huge surprise. Cornwall historically is a

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mining county, mining heritage, so from that point of view we are very

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positive and obviously people are concerned, as we are. Used to have

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to take into account residents concerns and the environmental

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impact. -- we have been assured by Cornwall resources but that this

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will be managed correctly and we will be keeping an eye on that as

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part of or job as the council. Those involved with the scheme say a mine

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would have less impact on the village of Kelly Bray than was seen

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near Plymouth where a tungsten line restarted. This would be a very

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different mining operation. It would be underground. Although the deposit

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is close to the southern part of Kelly Bray, we would be looking to

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cite any processing plant or waste tips some distance away to minimise

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the impact on local residents and community. Any actual mining is

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years away. That would need planning consent and also need tens of

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millions of pounds to be raised from investors.

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It was a busy festive period for our football sides -

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with our teams involved in plenty of games and action.

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Natalie's here to round up the latest of it.

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Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale has been nominated for the League Two

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manager of the month award having led the Grecians to three wins

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and a draw from their four games in December.

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And they had more success yesterday when they welcomed the New Year

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The run has lifted the Grecians away from the bottom of the table

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Tis has been nominated for the Football League manager

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of the month award eight times during his 11 seasons at City,

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but has never managed to pick up the accolade.

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Ollie Watkins has been nominated for the player of the month award.

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One of the other contenders is Plymouth's Oscar Threlkeld.

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Speaking of which, the League Two lead changed several

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Having been in top spot twice, Argyle start the New Year in second

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place after being beaten 1-0 by Barnet yesterday.

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The hosts took the lead early on and a superb defensive

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display saw them hold on to the final whistle.

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Argyle are now a point behind leaders Doncaster.

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But for now it's all eyes on Anfield - there were long queues

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at Home Park today as non-members were allowed to pick

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Of the 8500 that were made available, it's thought

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there are now a few hundred left for the FA Cup tie on Sunday.

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Some will have to be up at 4am to slog their way by coach up the M6

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but Argyle playing here is rare, so 8500 fans have got tickets to go. It

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is my bucket list, to go to Anfield, I have been to a few of the other

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big ones but I would always love to go to Anfield so this is a dream

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come true. Nervous. Freezing cold. Over the moon. I can't wait to go to

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the cup with all the flags and I can't wait to see the atmosphere it

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will be really good. Big game and big payday. Getting into the third

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round of the FA Cup is worth ?67,000 in prize money alone. Plymouth will

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also get ?144,000 from the TV rights, a share of the gate receipts

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from Anfield, capacity 54,000, and it is easy to see why the game could

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be worth over half a million to Argyll. This is a massive gang. The

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fact that a thousand 500 fans will be travelling all the way to

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Liverpool on a Sunday is testament to that. Dream start would be a

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draw? Or an away win! You have got to admire the optimism. Others might

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say, come down! -- calm down. Meanwhile Torquay striker

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Nathan Blissett has been linked It's understood the 26-year-old

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target man is due to have a medical He scored four goals for Torquay

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this term and eight goals in 17 games last season as he helped

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the Gulls avoid relegation. Yeovil Town were comfortably

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beaten by Crawley Town. The last time the two sides met,

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the Glovers thrashed Crawley 5-0. And that's it for now -

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but before we go, well done to Torquay who were involved

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in a humdinger of a It finished 5-5 against

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Forest Green Rovers - the first scoreline of its kind

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in the Gulls' history. Did you like John's attempt there?

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He has to go up with the skills fans and find out what a Liverpool accent

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is really like. In the early of hours

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of the 4th May 1942, 20 Luftwaffe bombers flew up

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the Exe Estuary and orders were given for them to drop

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their bombs on Exeter. A German radio report

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at the time said, "Exeter "We have destroyed that jewel,

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and the Luftwaffe will return Well, now a documentary's being made

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to mark the 75th anniversary of the bombings and to capture

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memories of the night that Anna Byles has been

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following the film makers. The aftermath of German bombings

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which claimed around 250 lives. Now film-makers are

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unearthing stories that In those days the entrance

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was in a shop in the Victorian arcades, and you would have been

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down here sheltering down here two or three hours in the dark,

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in the wet, with stuffy air and screaming children and the sound

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of bombs landing overhead, not knowing what you might find

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whenever you came back out, or even if you were going to be

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able to come back out. But not everyone made

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it to the safety of I will never forget

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the young lad who was killed He would have been 16 years

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old, but he was only Whilst many sheltered

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from the raids within the city, others escaped to surrounding

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villages and watched I stood at the window and I looked

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up the South Street and I looked Because the next night

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it was all blown to smithereens. More memories from the Blitz will be

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shown as part of the documentary due to be released on the 75th

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anniversary of the bombings in May. This is our first proper programme

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of the year. Most are happy with this and to be back with you. The

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weather has brought us some cold weather.

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Minus six last night. It was pretty cold. . Perhaps not so much scraping

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of the ice of the screens tomorrow morning. A different sort of date.

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More cloud coming our way. The ruble of producing a few spots of drizzle

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as well. I think that's crossing for tomorrow. Having said that Britain

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is already fast falling and may well get to zero in a few places tonight

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but there is a... Already starting to cloud over. The weather front the

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ringside cloud lies across us by the middle of the day tomorrow. High

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pressure squeezing out of the way a bit. It might return by Thursday, so

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Thursday morning could also be frosty. Some sunshine on Thursday.

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That all changes because several other funds out here will join hands

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and moving as one band of cloud and rain arriving at some point through

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the day on Friday. Already the cloud is coming in but that's look at what

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it was like earlier today in Paignton where our cameraman caught

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a glimpse of the hazy sunshine. Today has been beautiful because we

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have had the very frosty start but from a diverse -- most of us we have

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had unbroken sunshine from much of the day. It has helped the

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temperatures. Ayes hasn't helped the temperatures. There will be a lot

:25:57.:26:03.

more cloud, not just for this part of Devon but right across the West

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of England. It is patchy cloud at the moment and it escaped bull of

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producing some drizzle as it cuts down across us by the end of the

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night. Even the temperatures falling now, by the end of the night I think

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they start to come back up again. Perhaps one or two Celsius in a few

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places, then three or four by dawn tomorrow morning. Tomorrow is cloudy

:26:27.:26:30.

to start with. Light rain or drizzle will gradually petered out. It might

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continue across ports of Cornwall but we get a clearance across parts

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of Somerset and the east of Devon and Dorset by the end of the

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afternoon at the top temperature of most of us of eight or nine Celsius.

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For the Isles of Scilly overcast with a few spots of drizzle. We

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might get some brief early brightness but generally cloudy

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here. In times of high water... The forecast for our surfers is for the

:26:57.:27:00.

north coast to be a little on the chubby side with the wind is coming

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in from the North West. The wave is not very big. Mostly fair. The odd

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spot of drizzle. The forecast is going to Thursday is bright, dry and

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cold. Another frost first thing on Monday morning. Temperature starting

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to come back. So does the cloud. But great towards the weekend. A few

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spots of rain on Friday. Have a good evening. Thank you. That is all from

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us for now. Andy is here with an update at 10:30pm along with David

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and we are all back with you tomorrow at 6:30pm. Have a good

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