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They are very determined selectors do everything you can but if you're

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thinking of going out there, please don't.

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A mother joins a campaign to make a groundbreaking drug available

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Why, is she not worth it or something? It frustrates me, that it

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always comes down to money. The Hampshire Opera reinventing

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itself in the heart of Hampshire And with the Sun now set on 2016 we

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look back at your fabulous weather pictures over the last year. Maybe

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you can spot one of yours. A 20-year-old from Sussex has been

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killed fighting so-called Ryan Lock - a chef from

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Chichester had no military experience before travelling to join

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Kurdish forces in Syria last August. His family in Chichester

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was informed of his death via a letter from Kurdish military

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commanders who said he was killed during a battle

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for the IS stronghold of Raqqa. Here's our Home Affairs

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Correspondent Emma Vardy . Ryan Lock left the UK,

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telling friends and family On Facebook, he later revealed

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he was in fact in Syria, joining the ranks of the Kurdish

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militant group the YPG. The YPG are one of the main fighting

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forces on the ground in Syria, Over the past five years, it's

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estimated several hundred foreign volunteers have

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travelled to join them. wounded two months ago

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by a Turkish airstrike, posting this picture

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of his injuries on Facebook. He later asked to return

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to the frontlines. He was involved in the liberation of

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a village from Isis. It was then bombed by Turkish aeroplanes. He

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lost two of his very close friends but then after that, he seemed to be

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more motivated and actually requested to be transferred to a

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unit that was involved in the ongoing operation to celebrate

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Raqqa. His family were given confirmation

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of his death in a letter from YPG commanders which said he was killed

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alongside four other fighters. Ryan Lock worked as a chef before

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leaving the UK with previous He's reported to be the third

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British person to die fighting Konstandinos Erik Scurfield

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was the first Briton to be His father visited Ryan

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Lock's family himself. There's nothing that can prepare you

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for that sort of news, but just to be able to talk to them and tell

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them practical steps and help to get Ryan back is all I can offer. It is

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two years since I lost my son and nothing has changed, in terms of

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what is happening in Syria. The Foreign Office has once again

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warned against travelling to Syria I think if parents could stop their

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children going, they would do it, but these lads and girls are very

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determined, so it is do whatever you can and if you are thinking of going

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out there, please don't. His father who lives in Chichester

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described Ryan Lock as a caring boy, who would do anything

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to help anyone. It's understood his body has

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not yet been recovered. We can join our reporter Ed Sault

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who's in Havant tonight. Ed, you've spent the day talking

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to people who knew Ryan - There's a real sense of shock the

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ceiling, none more so than from his old school and haven't. In a

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statement today, the Headteacher Julia Vincent said, we are very

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sorry and saddened to hear the news about Ryan Block. --.

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There are some people I have spoken to today who questioned why he went

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out in the first place. I have today spoken to some of his friends, who

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told me he had the ability to make anyone smile. He was a protecting

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person who loved those closest to him, and adventure. They say, he

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will be thoroughly messed. A little earlier I spoke

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to Professor Anthony Glees, a security and intelligence

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consultant, and I started by asking him why young people

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were still going out I think people are deeply appalled

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by the pictures they see on social media and television of people being

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tortured and beheaded and thrown off buildings, and they want to do

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something to stop it. It is very understandable. Are these young men

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naive, at 20 years old? Are just looking for adventure and not

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understanding the consequences? I don't think they are just looking

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for adventure, and it is very important in my mind to distinguish

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between people who go off to fight for the so-called Islamic state and

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sign up to a murderous group of the most awful kind, and people who see

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these images on our TV screens and feel something has got to be done

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about it. People like Ryan Lock, they are all fighting age, young men

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and vigorous, and they feel the need to do something about it. This is

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understandable. The bottom line is this is extremely dangerous, as this

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death shows, and fighting is best left to those strange to do

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properly. There've been protests at railway

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stations across the south as passengers have been hit

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with the annual rise The union backed Action For Rail

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says some passengers are spending up to 14% of their income

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on a monthly season ticket. Going back to work after Christmas

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is never easy but for those travelling by train today,

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it wasn't just the journey on their I have been commuting for nearly ten

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years and it has gone up It might make the difference

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between me taking the train, which I would rather

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because it is better for the environment,

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or deciding to drive instead. The average increase of 2-3%

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on fears means the average cost That means if you're travelling

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from Winchester to London Waterloo If you're travelling from Reading

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it'll cost you just over ?4300. As for Chichester, it will now cost

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you just over ?5,400. Campaign groups say

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the current increase is a kick in the teeth after months

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of widespread disruption. Many commuters, particularly

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Southeast, have suffered a year of really substandard service,

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of delays and standing on station platforms in they cold

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for hour after hour, and they are right to feel quite

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angry about having to fork out Train operators say most

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of the money paid by passengers goes back into running

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and improving services. It is all based on the retail price

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index and inflationary No more of that money

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comes back into pockets, it is simply to keep pace

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with the additional amount The government says it is spending

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billions of pounds modernising the railway and that wages

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are growing faster than fares. Protests have been taking place all

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day, one currently taking place in Bournemouth, and the group behind it

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are action for rail and I am joined by the local Southampton

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coordinator. What are you trying to achieve? We are campaigning for a

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publicly owned railway service as they have in Germany and France. It

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would be much better. All the money that is paid in and through

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taxpayers will go into a streamlined national railway. Surely this is

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unrealistic to happen? Not at all. When the franchises, they can revert

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to the public sector and Google have the kind of railway we need. Whether

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this happens in the future currently it is the railway passengers that

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are affected? They are paying far too much. Tickets have gone up three

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times as much as wages have gone up in the last five years. They are

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paying far too much and getting far too little. Protests will be

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continuing this evening and the government says the price rises are

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fear to modernise the railway. Several councils in the south

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are among those chosen to spearhead a government scheme helping first

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time buyers into home ownership. Partnerships involving Worthing,

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Chichester, Fareham and Rushmoor councils will see developers

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building thousands of new homes on brownfield sites such

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as Teville Gate in Worthing. It's under the Government's ?1.2

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billion Starter Homes Land Fund. They'll be built exclusively

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for first-time buyers between 23 and 40 years old at a discount

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of at least 20% below market value. We'll be joining Kris Temple for

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a big game for Bournemouth tonight. The Cherries are gunning for another

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big scalp in the Premier League, Arsenal the visitors tonight. We

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will be live here shortly. A mother from Portsmouth has joined

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campaigners fighting to make a ground breaking cystic fibrosis

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drug available on the NHS. Gemma Daysh, whose daughter Ivy has

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the genetic condition, says that "Orkambi" could make a big

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difference to people's lives. The National Institute for Health

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and Care Excellence says the drug, which costs more than a hundred

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thousand pounds a year per patient, For three-year-old Ivy a daily

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regime of medication is something Ivy was diagnosed

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with cystic fibrosis A faulty gene means her body

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produces thick sticky mucus which can clog her lungs

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and digestive system, leaving Ivy prone to infections

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and long term damage. I think it was a 12 month period,

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she had 24 weeks of oral antibiotics, and not including the

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IV antibiotics. So she picks up a lot of bacteria still.

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Current treatments like the drugs and physiotherapy Gemma gives Ivy

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help to manage the symptoms - but what she and other

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campaigners are fighting for is for a new drug called

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It tackles the underlying cause so thinner mucus is produced -

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it costs ?104,000 a year and The National Institute

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for Health and Care Excellence has decided not to fund it.

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It makes me angry, it makes me think is she not worth it or something? It

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frustrates me that it always comes down to money. When you look at

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reduced life expectancy and all the problems they have giving their

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lives, and then you know there's a tablet that could potentially not

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prevent but prolonged that, you pretty a lot of hope into it. They

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told us We know how important

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a new treatment option would be for people with cystic fibrosis,

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but for the benefits it offers, We can only recommend treatments

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when we are certain they are both clinically effective and represent

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good value for money. the sticking point is a lack of

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long-term data to illustrate the drug's true effectiveness. At

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present the base their decisions on 24 weeks of clinical trial data. We

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are offering results based on a registry of 99% of the cystic

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fibrosis population which could monitor how effective the drug is.

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Orkambi is currently only licensed in the UK for people

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but Ivy's family hope that after more trials that age

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restriction will come down and with continued pressure

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the decision not to fund it will be reversed.

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Set in beautiful Hampshire countryside, a semi derelict mansion

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called The Grange has hosted operas for nearly 20 years.

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When the resident company moved on it seemed that the music might

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stop forever but now a new team has taken on the venue.

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As Briony Leyland reports they are appealing to the public

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to help them bring opera back to a unique setting.

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Music is in the air once again at the Grange,

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an exotic looking mansion at the heart of the

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World-renowned countertenor Michael Chance is leading the team.

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For years, Grange Park Opera were the resident company,

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but after lengthy negotiations over the lease they moved last summer

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taking with them their seats and stage equipment.

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The new tenants, Grange Festival, are using ?3 million

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You have the stalls here, all now empty, and it is a challenge

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but we see it as equally an opportunity, because the theatre

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has been left to others in this rather empty state,

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The Heritage and legacy of this site but with a 21st-century feel.

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Seat prices will range from ?10 to ?185 with dining in the shabby

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The previous tenants are building a new theatre in Surrey,

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in Surrey, so is there demand for two opera houses?

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We are in no way rivals and predecessors are building

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I think it will be an expanding audience, not the same audience

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As well as money, practical donations are welcome to.

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We put out a call and say we are looking for fridges

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and a piano and you get phone calls and e-mails saying we are just

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clearing out a house and we have all that stuff,

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With continued support from volunteers and donors,

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the team is confident of performing in a fully furnished theatre come

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What a voice! The festival starts this summer. A busy year of sport we

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have ahead of us. An exciting finish to the last week of 2016, brought us

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some tremendous action. Many congratulations to so many of our

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pad Olympians and Olympians who took honours in the New Year is Honours

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list. In amongst it all, loads of football. It seems like every day

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there is football. We'll look ahead to tonight's live

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football in a moment. Kris Temple is at the Vitality

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Stadium where Bournemouth host The Cherries are back

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in the top half of the table. First though, Brighton

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and Hove Albion start 2017 Albion's former Fulham goalkeeper

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David Stockdale saved a first half penalty at Craven Cottage,

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but Chris Hughton's men would fall behind in the second period,

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striker Lucas Piazon, who was at Reading last season

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slotted in to put Fulham in front. Tomer Hemed was then felled

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in the box and he got back to his feet to score

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the resulting penalty. Just a minute later,

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a fine goal from Lewis Dunk would send 6,000 Albions wild,

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setting up the chance and then finishing it,

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Albion snatch a 2-1 win. Meanwhile a heck of a comeback

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from Reading at Bristol City, they were 2-0 down

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when Tammy Abraham netted a penalty at Ashton Gate,

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and there was little hint First, Liam Kelly had

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space to turn and shoot. With the home side looking

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nervous Yann Kermorgant Then the man who won promotion

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to the Premier League with Bournemouth finished form long

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range to claim all three points. So here's how the table

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looks in the Championship Albion sit in first place

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and they have a game They're third after

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three consecutive wins. Both sides are in FA Cup

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action this weekend, In the Premier League attention

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turns to Bournemouth tonight. The Cherries host Arsenal

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at the Vitality Stadium. Christmas saw a win and a loss

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for Eddie Howe's side, a better return than their south

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coast neighbours Southampton. Kris Temple's at Dean Court,

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Kris Bournemouth in a moment but first Saints fans had

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a difficult Christmas period. Born both actually set above

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Southampton in the table. Southampton's wretched Christmas

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and New year ended with a 3-0 defeat at former boss Ronald Koeman's

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Everton. Let's have a look at the action in

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that game. All the goals came in the second

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half as another much changed team fell behind to Enner Valencia's

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close range strike. Maya Yoshida then gave away

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a penalty which was converted by Leighton Baines, to effectively

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end Saints chances of getting Romelu Lukaku blasted in a third

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to leave Claude Puel facing up to a third

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consecutive league defeat. Here that the Vitality Stadium, lots

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of talk from managers of the congested fixture stadium. The

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Cherries have had 24 hours more arrests since they are last match.

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Arsenal beating Crystal Palace 2-0 on New Year's Day. Some notable

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scalps this season, the home form has been the backbone of their

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current position in the Premier League. They will be up against an

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Arsenal side tonight who are bidding to keep Chelsea within reach at the

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top of the table, Arsenal could hit third. One man who would be involved

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as the influential midfielder Jack Wilshere, currently on loan from

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Arsenal but the terms of his all and means he can't play tonight. That is

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the headline team news as far as Bournemouth is concerned. The game

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is live on BBC radio Solent. Don't forget to join them from 7:45 p.m..

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Let's wrap up yesterday's other football league action.

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Luton Town boss Nathan Jones launched a scathing attack on some

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Luton player Cameron Mageehan was stretchered off with a suspected

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broken leg with some reportedly jeering him as he was taken away.

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On the field Pompey are fourth after a 1-0 win.

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Christian Burgess headed the winner before the interval.

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Gary Roberts missed a late penalty for Paul Cook's side.

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In League One goalless draws for MK Dons and Swindon,

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meanwhile Oxford's 1-0 win at Gillingham came

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That result cost home manager Justin Edinburgh his job.

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There was no rest for round the world sailor Alex Thomson

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He's involved in an epic tussle in the toughest single

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handed race of them all, the Vendee Globe.

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After rounding Cape Horn over Christmas, Thomson,

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aboard Hugo Boss is continuing to track the leader Armel Le Cleche.

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He's around 218 miles behind the Frenchman.

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The leading boats have a lead of more than 600 miles

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No Gosport based Thomson is hoping to become the first briton

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Hampshire cricket won't comment on reports that South African bowler

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Kyle Abbott may be set to sign a long term deal at the club.

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The 29-year-old is currently enjoying a successful run

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He was in action for his country today playing in the test

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However Abbott is known to have been frustrated at his lack

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of opportunities at the highest level, and could opt

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to rejoin the County whom he played for in 2014.

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That would be great news to start the year for Hampshire funds. Onto

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the weather and before we get to the forecast we should just look back at

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2016 and thank you so much for all the fabulous weather pictures you

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keep sending. What are your favourites? I like coastal views. I

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like the quirky ones that surprise us. You can decide what are your

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favourites from 2016. Your daily weather pictures do seem to get

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better and better. We had some lovely ones during 2016 and they are

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featured on our Facebook page. Wildlife photos remain popular as

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ever, while plants and flowers are a great way to illustrate the changing

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seasons. We had some good pictures of unusual weather, check out these

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clouds photographed in March. 2016 wasn't a record-breaking year for

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the South by any stretch but we had some nice weather. The hottest day

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was 19th of July. This dormouse was spotted. They call this night was

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the 29th of November when the South shivered at minus nine. This picture

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was taken in Salisbury. Anthony Morris captured this frozen cobweb.

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A superwoman provided a definite photo opportunity, this image

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captured in Bournemouth. Just a few days later, this barrel Graf

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revealed the sharp drop in pressure. After three weeks of rain had fallen

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in just three days, Jack sent us this picture of floods in Swanage.

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This circular rainbow was filmed in Portsmouth. Once a year and we like

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to come and meet one of photographers. This is a lovely spot

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but not such a great day weather-wise. Over here as Natasha

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and this is one of her favourite places. I like this but because you

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get a good view of the sunrise, especially on misty mornings rising

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in the ballet. I have been living in the area for about 22 years. I moved

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out for university and started doing a lot of walking and started to

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appreciate the wildlife which is when I realised I wanted to capture

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it on camera. And capture it she hides. These are just a few of the

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wonderful photos she has taken around the new Forest. It is a very

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satisfying hobby but could it be more? I'd love if it could be one

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day but I will keep working hard at it and I have just had a picture of

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a hare published and I really chuffed that I have been asked to

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become one of the national parklocal photographers as well. Thank you for

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all of the photographs you shared with us last year, please keep them

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coming in 2017. There is always a photo to be taken. All you need is a

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little optimism. That is a quirky one. Let's take a

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look at the first pictures of 2017. Colin Lee photographed the cold

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frosty start the the day David Batchelor capture

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the cold start to the day And Albie Somerset photographed

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the blue skies and lingering Overnight, we are expecting freezing

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temperatures initially but a frost for some and cold and frosty at

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times with some are not amounting to too much. There will be a cold

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breeze for the north-west and that will settle overnight. The risk of

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frost but increasing cloud. A weather front moving southwards

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across the country and it will arrive through the early hours of

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the morning with the laws of two Celsius. A chilly start and the

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cloud one priest in the morning and we see some patchy rain but it will

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disappear so thoughts and we're looking at some sunny spells through

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the afternoon, remaining dry as well with the high tomorrow of 7-8.

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Despite the temperature being higher than today it will feel bitterly

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cold. Tomorrow night, another cold one with the temperature plunging

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two minus six. The chance we could have some ice patches on untreated

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surfaces as well as mist and fog and frosty start the day on Thursday

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with a low of -3, even in towns and cities. A chilly start to Thursday

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but a lovely day in store with lighter winds than tomorrow. The

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temperature will struggle with the high of just the Celsius in places.

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A dry night Thursday into Friday morning, Friday starts off on a

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frosty note, but very quickly the cloud will increase and this weather

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front will move on. A spell of rain this week, not amounting to too

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much, light and patchy in nature, moving south and east words. Looking

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ahead to the weekend, high pressure starts to build and it will be

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mainly Diane settled. The risk of the odd isolated shower but it will

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be mainly dry with sunny spells. Maybe a few days into the New Year

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but we haven't wished you a happy New Year yet, so happy New Year and

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we will join you tomorrow, good night.

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