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Welcome to South East Today, I'm Rob Smith.

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Relief from the family of a worker crushed to death in a care home,

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after bosses finally admit their responsibility.

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If they had put the lights are saying, this accident would never

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have happened. A man is arrested by anti-terror

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police at Gatwick airport The mother of a severely

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disabled boy says losing her support keyworker has left

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the family feeling abandoned. for all the disabled children, we

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have no one now, and that is not OK. Starting married life with a bang -

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the couple who wed as a famous battle raged in the channel off

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the Kentish coast. And the photographer who's helped

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make some magical dreams come true for seriously ill children

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at Demelza House Hospice. The son of a woman who was crushed

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to death while working at a care home in Kent says he's relieved that

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bosses have finally admitted Joan Daws died five days

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after she was pinned to the wall of a lift by a snagged chair

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at the Laleham Care Home KCRH Limited has now admitted health

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and safety breaches, something Simon Daws,

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Joan's son, told our reporter Sara Smith should never

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have taken so long. For a living years, Joan worked as a

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carer here, but in 2013 what should have been a straightforward task,

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moving a chair from one floor to another, cost her life. He became

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trapped in the old-fashioned lift at the home. It was later revealed that

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it hadn't been serviced and didn't have a safety sensor. This could

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have been avoided by just following what is required if you have a lift,

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they're meant to have it inspected. They will give you recommendations

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for any safety work that needs to be done. If they have put this light

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sensor in, the accident would never have happened. Those Mac today the

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home is under new ownership, but the owners of the time have now pleaded

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guilty to safety breaches. What this really highlight is that people have

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a responsibility not only funny people who use their services but

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also to the people they employ. Joan Dawes died when the handles of the

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weighing chair became trapped in the deal is that and real style gates.

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When it moved, she was crushed. Colleagues heard her scream that she

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was unable to breathe. By the time the fire brigade released her, she

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was unconscious. She fell into a coma and died five days later,

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suffering asphyxia, brain damage and broken ribs. The care home's first

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reaction was to blame his mum fund using the left. Now at last they

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have accepted wrongdoing. When our just over three years, they have

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finally pleaded guilty, and glad that we are near the end of the

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process, but nothing brings back my mum. They will be sentenced at Crown

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Court where they will be expecting a hefty fine.

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A man's been arrested at Gatwick Airport on suspicion

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He was stopped after he disembarked from a flight from Iraq.

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The 44-year-old from Hertfordshire is now in custody.

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Our reporter Piers Hopkirk is at Gatwick Airport now.

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As you say, he flew into Gatwick in a plane from Iraq. He was questioned

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then arrested by officers from SO 15, that is the Metropolitan

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please's anti-terror command. They then arrested him on preparation of

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suspicion of... Terrorist acts. The details about him personally I

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scanned. He is 44 and from Hertfordshire. And how unusual and

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arrest is this? They are not that unusual, at the moment the state of

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preparing this fight terrorism, the threat assessment risk is very high,

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so there is a high state of vigilance, but the figures I've seen

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show that between 2015 and 2016 there was something like 214 terror

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related arrests in the UK. We don't know how significant this arrest is,

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we only will know that if the arrest leads to charges.

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Sussex Police investigate after the body of a man is found

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following a housefire in St Leonards.

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Hundreds of drivers in the south -east have been flouting

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the law by illegally using disabled parking permits, some even

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using permits belonging to relatives who have died

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Nationally more than 2.4 million disabled people are entitled

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But East Sussex County Council says it believes as many as one in five

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And since January last year - more than 300 badges have been

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Today our reporter John Young has been out with a team cracking down

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on misuse of disabled parking badges.

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They are taking it very seriously. Special warning signs are giving up,

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they call it operation Bluebird, Sussex PC 's logo is on this because

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they are involved. Look at the e-mail address. Badge fraud. The

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word fraud is used. The message is that this is a crime.

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Five days a week, he's on the streets of East Sussex,

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a colleague covers Brighton and Hove.

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With identification badge on display,

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there is nothing secret about these investigation officers.

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They probably know more than you think.

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From the front of the badge, we can establish a bit of information.

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We can establish the sex of that badge-holder, and also the age.

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From that, we would also have a look within the vehicle, maybe look at

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seating positions, depending on whether it was a male or female,

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but we would also look for any signs of disability equipment,

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This car caught the inspector's eye this morning.

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The interior didn't suggest an elderly

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lady driver, but it turned out no offence had been committed.

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Some people have repeat offenders, though.

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This Doctor was recently convicted in court for using his

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dead mother's badge, and as he left court,

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it turned out he had parked illegally for the court

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It is cases like thatwhich have made the two local

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councils join Sussex Police to produce a video.

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I could be ill for days because somebody has not

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They can go five minutes away and walk

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The video now forms part of a training course

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offered as an alternative to a court appearance, a ?1000 fine and a

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On the streets today, full support from the blue

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I think it is the best thing, because there are so

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many people who are abusing them, and as soon as they get caught it

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gives people who need the space more chance.

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I have personally seen people going into Tesco and parking in the

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disabled bay, getting out of the car and then running into Tesco and I'm

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How difficult could it be for you if you can't

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Well, if I can't park, I have to go home.

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A high percentage argued to be family

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members, whether it is with the Batchelder's

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We may find that people, either through ignorance or lack of

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education, are carrying out those errors and we're trying to that out.

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Hello, can I have a quick check please?

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Other councils and police forces, including Kent and Surrey,

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are now considering using the Sussex and Brighton scheme themselves.

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Only two people have been arrested so far by the council. If you think

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this is only taking place in car parts and supermarkets, that he is

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now have permission to go into private line for abuse there also.

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The message tonight is these inspections are spreading.

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A man who raped a woman in Gravesend more than 26 years ago has been

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John Clayson from Maidstone attacked the woman in

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the Anglesea Centre multistorey car park in 1990.

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Clayson, who is now 60, was found guilty of a number

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of sexual offences and has been sentenced to 27 years in prison.

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He was caught after the stocking mask he wore during the attack

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A Bulgarian gang which smuggled migrants from Dover, has been

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jailed. It has been taught that the used garlic bulbs do sheepdogs of

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the centre. A heady migrants in special containers in their van.

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Jailing them for a total of 28 years, the judges conduct a

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sophisticated and bracing criminal enterprise.

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A man's been arrested after more than ?17,000 worth of fireworks

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were stolen from a storage facility in Eastbourne.

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The 26-year-old was arrested on suspicion of handling

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stolen goods and has now been released on bail.

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The mother of a severely disabled boy from Sittingbourne says

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struggling families are being badly let down after the keyworker who

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Charlotte Skillen's three-year-old son Lee has a rare genetic disorder,

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and his care package involves up to eight specialists.

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The local NHS has restructured their system in a bid to reduce

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But Charlotte Skillen says she now has to spend hours

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trying to contact people - who often have no knowledge

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Our social affairs correspondent Bryony Mackenzie has

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Not just for three-year-old Lee, but his mum

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Lee has a rare condition that requires constant

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dialogue between medical and educational professionals.

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Before this complex care was simple, one

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person to give advice and help, but now that is gone.

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Before, I had a plan, and if I had a problem, I

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had the key worker, I could text her, I could call her,

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She would always get a response, have an answer to whatever

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Now if I had a problem I've got no one to go to,

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Local responsibility for key workers has

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led to what Charlotte calls a postcode lottery.

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While her area has no key workers, neighbouring

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Today health bosses told us that many people who

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needed the support previously experienced months of delays.

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After a review, the key worker was made

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redundant and instead there post was reinvested into a new service

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They say access to support is now more

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resilient and tailored for each person.

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Families have access education, health and social care.

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If they are having to navigate their own care, that is just added

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That key worker can really take away a crucial part of

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their stress so that they can concentrate on being a parent.

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For all the disabled children and their

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Health bosses are asking for feedback on the new system.

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Sussex Police are appealing for information after the body

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of a man was found inside a house following a fire in St Leonards.

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This footage contains flashing images.

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Fire crews were called to the property in West Hill Road

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The cause of the blaze is currently being treated as unexplained.

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Our reporter Ian Palmer is there for us now.

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Ian, what more have the police said today?

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It's a little over 24 how is since this man was found, and the alarm

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was raised. Police have said that if I probably started at the back of

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the building in the basement. They also say that the incident was

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reported by someone who lived inside the property who had recently

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returned. A little earlier, I spoke to Detective Inspector Andy

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Eggleston from Sussex Police who told me his team is working hard to

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try and find out what happened. We were already on the scene, they

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had entered the premises and found one deceased male, identity unknown.

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We are following up from there. There is a lot of forensics

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examinations that go on at this time. What happens next? Tonight

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police are continuing their house-to-house enquiries. Via

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examiners will carry out more tests, a report will be compiled and

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further investigations will be carried out if needed. Please say

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that they are appealing for anyone with information to come forward to

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them. For now, this fire and the tragic loss of life that followed

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remains unexplained. The son of a carehome assistant

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crushed to death at work says his mother was robbed

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of her future by the Joan Daws died five days

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after she was pinned to the wall of a lift by a snagged chair

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at the Laleham Care Home KCRH Limited, who no

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longer run the home, has now admitted health

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and safety breaches. The best playground -

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how an international photographer created a fantastic image

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to celebrate the children And we've had a bitterly cold grey

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day, temperatures struggling to get above freezing, and we seen some

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snow as well. Warnings about further snowfall, Hal Harvey details later.

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-- I'll have the details. A secure mental health unit

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in Sussex that houses some of the region's most difficult

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and potentially dangerous patients has for the first time

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allowed our cameras Hellingly Hospital in East Sussex

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looks after 45 patients who present and who have committed

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criminal offences. A recent inspection of the unit

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rated the service as "outstanding". It looks after 45 patients in the

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wards. Our Health Correspondent, Mark

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Norman, has our exclusive report. Once one of the largest

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institutions in England, for more than a century,

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Hellingly has housed Today it is a purpose-built secure

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unit that aims to rehabilitate patients with complex conditions

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and a history of The Weird Things are a local

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band who regularly play They are playing for patients

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who we cannot identify for legal reasons, but unlike prison

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sentences, patients here can be We obviously address their mental

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illness and their treatment needs, and where we need to,

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their offending or their risk behaviours, but also,

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part of the treatment is about developing their vocational

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skills and getting them prepared to move back into the community,

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because, obviously, So, today is part of a very long

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process to get people As long as you listen and learn,

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you'll solve the problem. We've got some pretty serious

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people with issues here, but we all seem to muck in and get

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on with each other. And like a leg that gets broken,

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it's a mental problem, Some of the staff were looking at

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inmates, patients, wary. They started open up and people will

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start to ask questions, we didn't realise much they were opening up

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until the staff said they were. They never even made eye contact before.

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Music just touches people. I always think that if you work somewhere

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like this, you need to treat people how you want to be treated. People

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are in here because some of them have come middle have needs, and I'm

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not here to judge people, and here to work with people and trying get

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the best out of them. And the unit's recent inspection

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rating of good and outstanding would imply that sessions like this

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are achieving that goal. Mark Norman,

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BBC South East Today, Hellingly. The 12th of February 1942 saw one

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of the most extraordinary incidents of the Second World War,

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when a trio of German battleships ran up the channel

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through the Dover Straits, pursued and pounded

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from both the air and shore. It was a day that would especially

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never be forgotten by Ted and Edna Richardson,

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who got married in the Tabernacle Church in Folkestone at the same

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moment as the battle raged, so loud they had

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to shout their vows. Robin Gibson has been speaking

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to their daughter, Ruth Alston. We entered the church

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to the sound of gunfire, The wedding ceremony proceeded

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with the accompaniment of a fanfare of thunderous gunfire,

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making it difficult to hear the words of the questions

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and the responses. It was a life-and-death struggle and

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see which came known as the channel dash. Doesn't escort of warships

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that while making a bid to reach the safety of German waters through the

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Dover Straits. The RAF, and the Dover shore guns were doing all they

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could to stop them. In Folkestone, no one knew what it

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meant. And that they meant something else to care and Edna, seem to be Mr

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and Mrs Richardson. There are lots of them,

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all standing in the snow. Wick-mac and all smiling,

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no sign of any nerves. 75 years later, Ruth treasures the

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souvenirs of an extraordinary wartime wedding.

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Everyone at the wedding was terrified.

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The pass and fled back to London as fast as he could.

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Buxton was in the front line, it was called

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So the people coming from outside Folkestone would

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have had no idea quite how bad it was.

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What a contrast, swathes of aircraft were attacking the ships need German

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battle group to little effect. The cost was huge. Sex outdated

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swordfish aircraft were lost any single suicidal daylight attack. 13

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of the 18 aircrew were lost. But the wedding went on. You could say it

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was what they were fighting for. They always remembered it,

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it was a big event, but if you have had a wedding that can,

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it is something you are glad to have

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come out of a life! Any single day, the tragedy of war

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and hope of peace where in evidence. Eastbourne's tennis star

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Johanna Konta has helped Great Britain top their group

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in their latest Federation Cup After an early wobble

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she beat world number 86 It followed Heather Watson's

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earlier singles victory. Great Britain will now face

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either Croatia or Hungary Football, and in the Championship,

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Brighton play Burton Albion at the Amex on Saturday afternoon,

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hoping to get their charge In League One, Charlton

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are away at AFC Wimbledon, while Gillingham host Port Vale

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at the Priestfield. And in league two,

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Crawley are away at Luton. The artist calls it a series

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of magical images creating a huge fairy tale playground -

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and the children who feature in it The new picture, called

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the Best Playground" is the centrepiece of the newly

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redesigned entrance to Demelza House children's

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hospice in Sittingbourne - Ellie Crisell is there

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for us now - Ellie - This is called the best playground,

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physically many of these children are restricted, but not here where

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the only restriction was the limit of their imaginations. I think

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people often see life... Young people as being objects of pity

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young people who can't do a great deal, whereas nothing could be

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further from the truth. The young people overcome incredible obstacles

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to live really full lives. We wanted a piece of artwork that showed that.

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These photos were taken by the German artist last summer. He used

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props and captured the judging from above to show them living as freely

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and creatively as they wished. I'm balancing on some balls. On your

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finger. On my finger. I had to lay down and Logan had to lay down, two,

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but he was pretending she's been me around. What you think photo says

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about the hospice? That we can do things that people don't know that

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we can do. In what which favourite bit of the whole day? Having any

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snacks. Yeah, that was my favourite bit as well.

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Rachel is here with the weather. Lots of cloud around, during this

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afternoon we had been seeing snow flurries as well. There's only set

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to intensify his to tonight. Warnings out from the Met office

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valid until ten o'clock tomorrow morning, overnight tonight. Good CDG

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two and five centimetres of snow. Generally for the weekend, it is

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bitterly cold. In the south-east, it is cloudy with wintry showers and

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particularly as you go to the day on Sunday it will be bitterly cold

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north easterly winds. This is the picture as the go through tonight,

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one of two scattered showers intensified and was the early hours

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of tomorrow morning. 'S rain, sleet and snow on lower ground, overnight

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temperatures dropping to -1 minus two Celsius in Google spots. Really

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rather started the weekend, potentially some problems. On the

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roads. Doug really chilly easterly airflow. Not vertically strong for

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tomorrow but it will feel really chilly. Cloud around, we will see

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some sunshine over the weekend, at Saturday it mainly grey. By the

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afternoon, much of that snow will be falling as rain. Tebbit is around 23

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Celsius, feeling cooler than that possibly. Saturday into Sunday, we

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start with Chavez following as rain, sleet turns to snow as you get was

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the early hours, but Tebbit is not quite as chilly as tonight. The wind

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is really starting to pick up. Lows of 12 Celsius, dropping below

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freezing in the rural areas. Scattered showers first thing on

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Sunday, dry by the afternoon, we might even see some brightness now.

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Temperatures are around five or six Celsius, but that north-easterly

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airflow feels cooler. This is the picture into the new week. Blustery

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on Monday, wins back to a south easterly direction then

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south-westerly, so less code through the week, but warnings tonight for

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snow. Before we go, we're going to pop

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back to Demelza House, who have just opened a new artwork. This is been a

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long time in making. Has been. Demelza House has helped around 500

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families across Kent, E Sussex and London a year to the tune of ?10

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million. Sprucing up the reception area was on top of the list of

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priorities, but I think they're glad they've done it with the help of the

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artist behind this, thank you so much for joining us. How do you come

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up with the concept? We had a year before we started working. I was

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asked to do something and I was wondering what I could do with the

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kids. Let's work with dreams, because that all I could see when I

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was here, I could see the kids... It was so beautiful however thing

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worked. I thought let's just make something that replicates that idea

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and visions and dreams that these kids have. It was very easy to work

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with the children, I thought it would be complicated, but the house

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is great, everyone chipped in, they were so much support from the people

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working here. It was really easy. ID please post hand-out? Yes, it is it

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is big and beautiful. It makes a real impact. I can for joining us.

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That is it, have a great weekend. I hope it doesn't snow to heavyweight

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you are. Goodbye.

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