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Tonight's top stories. news teams where you are.

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Labour's leader Jeremy Corbyn says he supports striking train drivers -

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and calls for Southern Rail to be renationalised.

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The Government seems to be more interesting in protecting Southern

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rail despite its appalling circus. -- service.

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brought to a standstill by Aslef union members once again today -

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with more than 2,000 services cancelled.

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We'll be live in Uckfield and London Victoria with the latest.

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Also in tonight's programme - the new Chief Inspector of Schools

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-- There was a delay in providing vital drugs to a mother who died

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after a caesarean section, an inquest hears.

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The new Chief Inspector of Schools calls plans for new grammars

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a distraction from her work, sparking a row with MPs.

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And Renaissance man - how a homeowner inspired to recreate

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the Sistine Chapel ran out of space, but kept on painting.

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The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has given his full backing

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to striking train drivers, condemning the management

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of Southern Rail, and calling on the Government to renationalise

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the service - as passengers have suffered yet another

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The latest walk-out, by drivers with the Aslef union,

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has brought the Southern network to a standstill today,

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with more than 2,000 services cancelled.

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Strikes are also planned for tomorrow and Friday,

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in the dispute over the safety of driver-only operated trains.

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with difficulty. Only a handful of dreams have been running, random by

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driver - managers. As one coach driver put it, very few people have

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been using that service. Southern network is again virtually at a

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standstill. Stations close and empty. This was a smack this

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morning. Today the Labour leader, speaking on Radio 4, said some had

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-- said Southern had behaved in a terrible manner. I want that

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franchise back in public ownership and the public sector after all we

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provide the rails and the chains and they make a profit from running

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them. While some made use of a replacement limited bus service,

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many took advice not to travel. It is a scandal that this has been

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allowed to go on for so long. It seems like a simple thing to sort

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out but for some reason they cannot. Southern is extending driver on the

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operation where the card is replaced by an on-board supervisor and the

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driver opens and closes the door. This person told me she was not in

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favour. I had a nasty incident on a train when a man was abusive and

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threatening towards me. It was lucky because the guard was there. That

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card helps me. Southern said that while guards thoroughgoing people

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always roster. Aslef union see it is about safety but last week the chief

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real inspector said that where we are operating is perfectly safe and

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that driver only is safe. Aslef said it regretted the action that said

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Southern were not prepared to negotiate. We tried to negotiate

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with the company to find a solution to the issue of driver only

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operation. We have been prepared to compromise despite what the company

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are telling the public. Arriving back this evening after in some

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cases a three-hour trip from London, passengers were really. It is beyond

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a joke now. Far beyond a joke. Are you doing this again tomorrow? Yes,

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and Friday. 300,000 passengers are being affected every day that the

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strike is taking place. Southern said the action is not necessary and

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disproportionate. One lady I spoke to had brought her

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boots into in case she had to walk five miles home along the river

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bank. Tonight. And one man who would usually took a 20 minute journey was

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expecting that ship to take on more like two hours today.

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Our reporter Sara Smith is live at Victoria Station in central London.

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Sara, what's the situation like tonight for passengers trying

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It is quite quiet but it is busier than it has been on other straight

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days so people are confident that they will be able to get home, maybe

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using another operator to get closer to home, and picking up one of those

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bus replacement services. It was busier earlier in the evening, some

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people obviously leaving work early, policed for that long and difficult

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journey. Southern has managed to put on services, it services tonight,

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going to cater him in the Surrey, and stopping there. They have even

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been a handful to Brighton. Let's recap the amount of disruption

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caused by the strike The company normally

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runs more than 2,200 since industrial action began

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in April last year. And there are still five more strike

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days planned this month including action tomorrow

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and on Friday. The Labour MP for Hove, Peter Kyle,

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joins us live from Westminster. Your party leader Jeremy Corbyn said

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today that he'd join a picket line to support striking

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Aslef train drivers. You've condemned both

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sides in the past. So do you back your party

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leader's position? I am standing by my position. There

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is a lot of blame in this dispute. But falls on the shoulders of

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Southern. The unions have not been open spirited enough. The Government

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has sat idly by. What worries me about Jeremy Corbyn's comics today

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and the governments's comments, it seems that both of these groups are

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playing a proxy war. The Government refuses to criticise Southern,

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Jeremy refuses to criticise the unions. The truth is that in the

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middle. We need to find another way forward. I will give you a moment to

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pop your earpiece back in. In that case do you think that Jeremy Corbyn

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is wrong to say what he did and as he politicising the situation

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further? Jeremy was only half right and what he said today. He needs to

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go further and make sure that both parties get round the table. The

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Government is sitting idly by. If they refused to criticise Southern

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just as Jeremy refuses to criticise Aslef and the RMT. The truth is, we

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need to do something that has not been done before, something that

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needs to happen, a big gesture, that can only come from Government. It is

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to get both parties around the table talking again. There needs to be new

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incentives. The Government needs to think big and bold. It is to go

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above the Secretary of State for Transport was not capable of doing

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the job. Both parties on both sides have got to stop waging this proxy

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war because the only people who are suffering our passengers. Given

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that, given that you are saying that the Government needs to sort out the

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Southern situation, given Libra's links with the unions, should not

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the Labour leadership be knocking heads in the union movement and

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saying, this needs to come to an end, rather than saying we will

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stand on picket lines at your members? I have already been quite

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clear about this. Labour should be doing more and should be more

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evenhanded because there is a lot of blame to go round. Last summer at

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the timetable was reduced because Government reduced the timetable.

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There was a fundamental problem in the running of this track and Jeremy

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is right to point the finger at Southern that he needs to be more

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evenhanded because there is a lot of plentiful round. I do believe that

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Jeremy should users links as do what he can't demonstrate to the public

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that he is using the close links he has to get them back around table.

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The Government is to do the same at Southern. Both parties, both sides,

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are not doing enough. But BR opposition, the Government is

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running the network. It owns the network. It is a contract, not a

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franchise. The Government should use the power it has too far greater

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extent to end the suffering, and it is suffering and misery, that's

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passengers are experiencing every day. Thank you.

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You've been sending us your thoughts on the ongoing dispute.

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Chris Kimberley in Robertsbridge agrees with Labour leader

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Jeremy Corbyn in blaming Southern Rail for the strikes.

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He says, Southern's handling of their employees

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He says, Jeremy Corbyn has just confirmed he has no real

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He really doesn't care about the disruption to the lives

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I blame the rail company, the union and even

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All need to be held accountable for this farce.

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Send us an e-mail at the usual address: southeasttoday@bbc.co.uk,

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or get involved in the debate on Facebook and Twitter,

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We'll hear more of your views later in the programme.

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A bomb disposal expert who'd worked for a charity backed

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by Princess Diana was murdered in a row over debt, a court hears.

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Doctors involved in the emergency care of a woman who had just given

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birth by caesarean section had to wait for up to ten

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minutes for vital drugs they needed to treat her,

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Primary school teacher Frances Cappuccini died

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This afternoon the inquest heard evidence from consultant

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anaesthetist Dr Errol Cornish, who was called into theatre

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to assist with Mrs Cappuccini's emergency care.

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He was cleared of her manslaughter at the Crown Court last year.

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This is the moment last year when Dr Errol Cornish walked out of court

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cleared of gross negligence and manslaughter. Today, one year later,

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he is back in court, a coroner 's Court, giving evidence at the

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inquest into the death of Frances Cappuccini. It will be interest home

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when he arrived Frances Cappuccini was still unconscious several hours

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after the general anaesthetic and was experiencing difficulty in

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breathing. He said he cold for special drugs to dry to get a

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response at the supply was not immediately available. The lawyer

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acting on behalf of the coroner asked Dr Errol Cornish.

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The inquest then heard how a nerve litter had to be retrieved from

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elsewhere. -- a nerve stimulant. Another five minute delay before it

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arrived. Next, the actions of another Dr, Dr Nadeem Azeez, fell

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under the spotlight. Dr Errol Cornish was asked,.

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Charlie Rose reporting, and he joins us from the inquest

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Charlie, we heard in your report about one of the doctors

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This inquest has heard that Dr Nadeem Azeez is now in Pakistan. He

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will not be appearing here to give evidence or to be cross examined.

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Charges of gross negligence, manslaughter, were authorised

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against him, but those charges were dropped. This afternoon we also

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heard an emotional statement from Dr Errol Cornish. He told the inquest

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every single day I go through this particular case and asked was that

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the inevitable outcome? He says the answer is no, he does not want to

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sound pompous, he says he sees it with humility.

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A woman whose partner was killed in the Shoreham Airshow disaster has

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Giovanna Chirico, from Worthing, was due to marry Mark Trussler,

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who was one of 11 men killed when a Hawker Hunter jet crashed

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She's due to appear before magistrates next month,

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charged with possession of the Class B drug amphetamine,

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12 acres of Thanet parkland will be restored

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to its Victorian heyday, thanks to a ?1.7

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million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Ellington Park in Ramsgate was created in the 1890s,

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but has suffered decades of damage and neglect.

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The money will help reinstate original Victorian features,

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improve play facilities and provide a cafe.

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A bomb disposal expert who worked for one of Princess Diana's

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favourite charities was murdered by a business partner in a row

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over an unpaid debt, a court has heard today.

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Mark Manning's body was discovered in woodland near Slaugham

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Today a jury at Lewes Crown Court was told that

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he'd been beaten to death by a man who owed him up to

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Mark Manning's body remained undiscovered for more than two

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years. The bomb disposal expert had gone missing in 2014 prompting a

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major police investigation. He was eventually found in undergrowth in

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Mid Sussex last May. Today the jury was told that business partner Colin

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Gale had beaten him to death in a row over substantial debt. It was

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claimed he had enlisted the help of another man to dispose of the body.

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The prosecution heard that Mark Manning and Colin Gale works

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together in the motor trade. Mark Manning with loan money to Colin

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Gale and he would go on and sell them. It was alleged that that it

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had risen to ?150,000, enough money, the prosecution says, for Colin Gale

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to want Mark Manning out of the picture. Mark Manning had worked for

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89 leading charity supported by the late Princess of Wales. Mark Manning

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was last seen on April 19 2014. Three days later she was reported

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missing by his family. In June 2014 police change the enquiry from

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missing person search to a murder investigation. The remains of Mark

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Manning were eventually found in undergrowth near Slaugham last May,

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more than two years after he disappeared. Colin Gale has denied

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murder. Another man denies that same charge. The case continues.

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Another walk-out by train drivers in a bitter dispute over

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rail safety has brought the Southern Network

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The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he has backed the drivers

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How a Sussex man's Renaissance obsession has left no wall or

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ceiling and covered. Tomorrow we start the day mild. By

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the afternoon called it moves on from the north. Met Office warnings

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of a riskless though. I will have the details in the forecast a little

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later. The new chief inspector of schools

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for England has sparked a political row tonight,

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after describing Government proposals to create more grammar

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schools as a distraction. Amanda Spielman, who's just

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taken over at Ofsted, says Theresa May's plans

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won't help to make But Kent MPs who've campaigned

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to create new grammar places are saying she was wrong to "step

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out of line" and speak out Simon Jones has tonight's

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Special Report. Building new grammar schools

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is currently illegal but here in Sevenoaks work is well under way

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on the first grammar This however is classed as an annexe

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to an existing grammar in Critics say that's a way

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of bypassing the law but Theresa May wants to allow new grammars

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in their own right. In an interview with The Guardian,

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Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman says,

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it's distraction from our work. I don't see it as something

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that has much to do with making the most of every

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school, of Ofsted making the most of its work and contributing

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to system improvements. Her comments angered supporters

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of Theresa May's plans. A new flagship agenda for this

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Government is widely supported practically by people in Kent,

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and civil servants should not step out of line

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and start talking against

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the Governments's agenda. Now it is time for civil servants

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to do what they should be doing - supporting and advising

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the Government and not going public

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with their concerns. But opponents of grammars say

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Amanda Spielman is quite right to It is only her first few

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days as Chief inspector and she is plainly determined

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to base her policy judgments on the In Sevenoaks, set to benefit

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from new grammar places, there is no shying

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away from the debate. I'm a real fan of aspiration

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and allowing children to be given the best

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education that we can I think there are

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certain pupils that are at that level that have got that

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sort of knowledge already inside them, that should be able

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to flourish and blossom. The new grammar school annexe is set

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to open this autumn. Simon Jones with that report,

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and he's live in Sevenoaks. Amanda Spielman isn't

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the first Ofsted chief to question grammars,

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is she? No, her predecessor in the rule set,

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Theresa May had become obsessed with grammars. The idea of have less well

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off pupils was not true and he said he felt an increase in vocational

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courses would be better. The Government is today did not want to

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comment on the latest criticisms other than saying that increasing

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the number of grammar school places with increased the number of good

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school places. As regards the site, then it is finally opened later this

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year, those behind it say it will be a major milestone in the history of

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grammars. Robert Burns is a real

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renaissance man - an amateur artist who has spent

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the last 14 years painting every wall and ceiling of his terraced

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house in Brighton in a style inspired by the Sistine Chapel

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and the works of Michaelangelo. But now, he's run out

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of walls and ceilings. But his compulsion to paint hasn't

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dimmed in the least and his artworks are starting to get

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smaller and smaller, so he can Once seen, never forgotten. The sort

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of interior decor you would expect in a villa in 15th century Florence.

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All created by a man who decided many years ago to have a go at the

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Renaissance. I wanted to show you my latest painting. This is 2017. This

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is a detail. When you look at it, you are asked by it. Like all the

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rest this is based on a genuine artwork from the period. As a

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decorator Robert began splashing the paint around walls and ceilings but

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as time has gone by his council home has become a talking point. I am

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always pleased with the reaction I get from people, especially ordinary

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people. The Dustman said, you are the keys that painted that. I said,

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yes, do you want to have a look? They were just so complementary.

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They were all clicking away with their cellphones. And trained and

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unrestrained, Robert's Renaissance world is running out of room sofas

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pictures have to get smaller. They are shrinking in size. I am almost

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painting miniatures. Just to fit them in. Unless somebody wants to

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buy me a bigger house. He has never had an exhibition. It looks like he

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needs one know, urgently. Another walk-out by train drivers in

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the dispute over rail safety has dropped the network to a standstill

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again today. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he backs the drivers

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and blames the Southern Management but that is not a view shared by

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Labour MP for horse, Peter Kyle. There is a lot of blame to go round

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in this dispute, that falls on the shoulders of Southern, the unions

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have not been open spirited enough, there has been too much dogma

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throughout this dispute, and the Government has sat idly by. What

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worries me about Jeremy's comments today, and the Government's

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comments, it seems both of those groups are playing a proxy war. The

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Government refuses to criticise Southern. Jeremy refuses to

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criticise the unions. Our Political Editor Helen Catt

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is here in the studio. Almost ten months into the dispute.

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Jeremy Corbyn said he will stand on a picket line. Peter Kyle has issues

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with that. Peter Kyle summed up the situation

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well. When you take those comments in conjunction with Theresa May,

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consistently criticising unions are not the company it heightens the

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perception that lines are in change. People are facing. It does not

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create an environment where it feels the kit can be resolved. I Ukip

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spokesperson said he disagreed with the strikes. The Liberal Democrats

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has accused the Government of using the unions as a shield.

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Earlier this week we had a debate on this issue. A sense that positions

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are entrenched. Is there any sense that a solution could be in the

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offing? Nor sense that anybody is moving and that is what we need to

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break this deadlock. We know that they are empty and Southern has

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opened lines of communication, but they have no more strikes scheduled,

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it is Aslef that is walking out on Friday and later in the month, and

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relations between them and Southern are not good.

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Lots of you have been commenting on all sorts of aspects of the strike.

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One person said, the union and Southern management are as bad as

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each other. But no way do I want to go back to the mess of a

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nationalised railway. Another person e-mailed to say that

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the issue is less about safety and more about who is to blame.

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Enough is enough. Get back to work. Another person said, the clue is in

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the name, guard, assaults and threats on Southern trains are

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higher than chains that have dieds on board. The Department for

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Transport are just as much to blame as Southern for not allowing the

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agreement that was reached last year to be implemented.

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Somebody else got in touch to say that Jeremy Corbyn is right about

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renationalising the service. He said despite this dispute, the service is

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appalling. Put it back into public ownership.

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Thank you for all the e-mails you have sent in. You can continue that

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debate on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the weather. Lots going on

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in the weather. Over the next couple of days there are warnings from the

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Met office about the risk of snow. That is Thursday. Before we get the,

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tomorrow initially is miles, then a bitterly cold north-westerly wind.

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The risk of snow by thirsty and even into some showers. The contrast

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today was bright and mild. There was patchy drizzle first thing. Wheeler

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skies as we ended the day. We will hold onto those during the first

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part of this evening. Look at these overnight temperatures. Very mild.

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Only dropping 26 or 7 degrees along the coast. Cloudy and mild and dry

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as they start the day. It does not stay that way. We have got this call

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to front during the morning. Patchy drizzle. Blighted by the afternoon.

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Mild as we start the day. Temperatures as high as eight or 9

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degrees during the morning. Cooler year behind that cold front. By this

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point in the day it will feel more like five or six. If you are up

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early it will be dry first thing for Thursday but very quickly we are

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going to be seeing this band of rain. We are going to be seeing the

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risk of snow flurries even at lower ground. This band of rain moves into

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cooler air. Temperatures five or six, with the wind chill factor it

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feels more like one or two. Further snow flurries possible for Friday.

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Gale force gusts as we look towards the weekend.

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Take care with travel on Thursday. Lots going on.

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Watch this space. That is all for now.

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I would back at eight o'clock. I will see you tomorrow. Goodbye.

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Every choice you've ever made, every path you've ever taken,

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the man you are today is your memory of Eurus.

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I know this is difficult, but you've got to keep it together.

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