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The first word from Freddie as he wakes up from a brain tumour

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Meanwhile, support grows for the Hampshire toddler.

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This taxi driver's doing the right thing but why are others defying

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the law and refusing to take guide dogs?

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My dog is less trouble than other passengers.

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The youngsters from Romsey Golf Club on their way to Portugal

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And it is a little cold to be under canvas. Find out why this

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headteacher of the school in Surrey is camping in the woods for ten

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days. One operation down

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and, so far, so good. Two-year-old Freddie Hunt

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from Hampshire last night underwent his first surgery

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at an American hospital It's been an anxious time

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for his family and also people in his home town of Yateley,

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where a fundraising drive is still trying to make up

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an unexpected shortfall when the costs of his potentially

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life-saving treatment doubled. Let's get the latest

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from Nikki Mitchell Freddie's family have been riding

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an emotional roller-coaster Freddie was on the operating table

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in a private clinic in Arizona Since I filmed these pictures

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of Freddie playing at home in Yateley three months ago,

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his tumour has grown at a much faster rate than any

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of his surgeons had predicted. So cutting it out was much more

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complicated than expected and hence Freddie's mum, Abby,

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has been posting regular updates on their Together For Freddie

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facebook page. "They have reached the tumour site,"

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she wrote after the operation began. This morning, after the operation

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was completed, she posted that he was still under anesthetic

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and as much of the tumour had been But then, "Freddie scared the life

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out of us last night when he had But, within an hour,

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he was breathing on his own again and Abby wrote he was "now heavily

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sedated and quite peaceful". "He shouted out Mum -

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just all I need to know and hear". So, even though he's not

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yet awake, he appears But it's early days yet

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as his dad, David, told me Freddie at the moment still has not

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opened his eyes all seen us. He is heavily sedated. The next five days

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a huge for him. It has been a emotional, that is an

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understatement. And this second chance Freddie's

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been given at life would not have been possible without huge community

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support, would it? The support for Freddie

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and his family from people People are stretching themselves,

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not just financially but with prayers and well-wishers.

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Children, like Amelie at Westfield School,

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In fact, a lot of local schools have raised thousands of pounds by having

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Knowing the whole community is behind them is giving

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the Hunt family an enormous amount of strength.

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?368,500 has been raised in total so far.

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?107,000 more is needed and more fundraising events

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are planned including a dinner, dance and auction later this month.

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"You can get in but your dog will have to go in the boot."

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That was the response from one taxi driver to a blind woman

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from Hampshire who was trying to get home with her guide dog.

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Madeline Close from Fareham says she regularly experiences cabbies

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refusing to take her on journeys even though it's actually

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She's calling for greater awareness and enforcement when necessary.

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In the course of her community work, Madeline Close, with guide

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dog Deano by her side, is out and about each day,

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In Eastleigh this morning, they had a very good

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experience but Madeline, who is registered blind,

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says at least once a month taxi drivers refuse to take her

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It makes me very angry. It is very inconvenient because you could end

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up needing to be somewhere or having a meeting or something and not being

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able to get a taxi. 7000 assistant dogs currently work in the UK...

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The law says that taxis must accept assistance dogs

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unless they have a medical certificate proving

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Recently at her local station in Fareham, a fellow passenger told

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Madeline a cabbie took one look at the dog and rejoined the back

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of the queue to avoid taking picking them up.

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They are providing a service, they get paid, they are charging. My dog

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is a lot less trouble than other passengers, he always sits in the

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foot well. I do not see why they cannot take him.

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The Taxi Association in Fareham says it's doing what it can

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I am disappointed especially in this day and age when we notice abilities

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are out there and we have our job to do. The taxi driver's dog is all

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about trying to please. Fines of up to ?1,000

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can be imposed. The Guide Dogs Association

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is pressing for better We have done a survey of 500 guide

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dog owners across the UK in 2016 and it is prevalent, from Cornwall up to

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Scotland, guide dog owners are being refused access to taxis.

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So far, the number of prosecutions has been small - gathering

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Madeline says she's determined to make the discrimination

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that she and others like her encounter a thing of the past.

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The partner of a young Hampshire father accused

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of murdering their baby daughter has told a jury he'd previously made

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Jemma Pethybridge's seven-week-old daughter, Ezmai Martin, died

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Her father, Joshua Martin, denies murder.

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20-year-old labourer Joshua Martin is accused

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of murdering his seven-week-old baby daughter, Ezmai, in June last year.

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The prosecution alleges Ezmai suffered a fatal head injury

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at the family's flat, above a funeral company's premises

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in New Road in Bordon, while her mother, Jemma Pethybridge,

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Ezmai died 24 hours later after being transferred

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to a specialist unit at George's Hospital in London.

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She'd suffered a fractured skull and died from a brain injury.

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Ezmai's mother, Jemma Pethybridge, who is 19, has been giving evidence

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for the past two days from behind a screen here at Winchester Crown

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The jury heard that, in police interviews soon

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after her baby's death, Miss Pethybridge made no mention

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of Joshua Martin's violent or threatening behaviour,

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describing him at the time as caring.

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But the court was told that, three months later,

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she went to the police with a very different story.

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Miss Pethybridge said, on one occasion, he'd threatened

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to smash her head in with a baseball bat

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and, during an argument two weeks before Ezmai's death, he'd gone

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to punch her but accidentally struck the baby.

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Asked why she hadn't gone to police sooner,

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she said she'd known Joshua would get bail and she

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Joshua Martin, who now lives in Alton, denies murder

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For the past four years, a specially equipped bus has been

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parked up in central Reading on weekend evenings,

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The First Stop service helps those who've had a bit too much to drink,

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had a minor scrape or just need a safe place to sit and recover.

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From tonight, it's coming in from the cold.

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The service is being relaunched from a new base

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Sally, it's a combination of things - one of the main ones

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But this move secures the longer-term future of a service

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that was valued but had been in doubt because some

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which chip in to run it are tightening the purse strings.

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The First Stop bus was hired in and had to be driven

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to and from the centre of town plus it needed security

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But coming into a permanent building offered freely by the church

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and with its own volunteers will be much cheaper.

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It's more secure, there's just more space and there's also a belief

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that, contrary to what you might think, it's a perfect use for this

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People who come in are worse for wear and we have plenty of pockets

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available when they are required. This is a community space, a place

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where we can accept people, where they can feel safe, we are reaching

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out to people and meeting the needs and we're trying to do that in a

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modern urban way. Patients to do need to go to hospital but the vast

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majority we see and treat here. That benefits the Indy, it also benefits

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the Ambulance Service. This is the chill-out

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area which will be used This is normally the vestry but

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tonight they will be dressing rooms and injuries in this place.

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Sally Leonard helped set up the service four years ago.

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This will be cheaper than the bus but is the service itself

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Absolutely, it is better all the way round, not just about cost but it

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was a warmer place for everyone to be and a lot of agencies are working

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together in partnership. Some nights, you're helping just

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a handful of people. People do not only come in to be

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treated but to have conversations. From tonight, it's being run

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by Reading Christian Network. Fire has destroyed the office of

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a software company in Waterlooville. Staff at Nxtera raised the alarm

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when the blaze broke out in the roof of the building

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on Waterbury Drive overnight. A formal request has been made

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to the Secretary of State for Local Government to back plans

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to shake up Dorset's Six of the county's nine councils -

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including Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole -

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voted to support the proposal, which would see a merger to create

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two unitary authorities. Christchurch, East Dorset

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and Purbeck all voted Later, despite the cold, we're under

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canvas with the headteacher fending for himself to raise

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money for charity. I think it is mad but brilliant.

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There is no outside so it is a really great thing to do. Really

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admirable. 16 years since it first

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opened to the public, Southampton's main West Quay

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shopping centre is now complete. Restaurants, a cinema and a bowling

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alley have been added It cost ?85 million

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and is being heralded as an example of the strength

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of the city's economic revival. But is it the type of

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growth the city needs? Here's our business

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correspondent, Alastair Fee. For years, Southampton was on catch

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up, a trend to it, shop and be entertained began long ago but now,

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West Quay, you can do all. We appeal right along the south coast. We can

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now compete with anything, whether it be shopping or leisure in the

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catchment. To complement the shopping centre, visitors have more

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than 20 new places to eat, is an complete the package. This will

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undoubtedly improve Southampton's retail and leisure appeal. That is

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good for quality-of-life and consumers spending but critics

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question whether this will bring sustainable long-term economic

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growth. If you just rely on retail, then you are not heading down a road

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of long-term sustained high value growth because that's not what

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retailers about. It is a perfectly respectable industry sector but not

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the sort of thing that we could be doing and other cities in the south

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are doing. The City Council has seven large development projects

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worth ?3 billion of investment opportunities. It says Harper that

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has been achieved already. A report on urban economic well-being by

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business advice is ranked Southampton third in England because

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growth. But another report ranked Southampton is the low-wage, low

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welfare city and on several other economic measures lags behind

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Portsmouth. We're trying to make the most of what we have got and trying

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to make Southampton a place where people want to come and visit and do

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business in, so people will post the company in a place for the employers

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want to live and spent time in. The fan that it was aimed at drawing in

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the crowds who would've travelled along the coast of the same

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experience. The city will need to look beyond is consumer spending if

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it is the really light up its long-term future.

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Imagine putting up with white noise all day, every day.

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That's what life is like for one in ten adults who endures tinnitus.

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Campaign groups who represent sufferers say many get a raw

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deal from their GPs, who often know little about it.

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Joe Campbell has met one teenager who is facing up to it.

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You mentioned you were having a ringing sound...

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Dean Fisher first began to be troubled by a constant ringing

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If you see an action film, an explosion or bomb just goes off, and

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then, the camera focuses on one person and they cannot see a thing

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or they cannot hear anything apart from ringing. That is what I feel

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like. All I can hear is just this whining in my ears.

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Tinnitus is not a condition in itself but a symptom resulting

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from a range of things, from ear infections through stress

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If you have hearing loss, your brain tries to fill in the gaps. The brain

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has to turn up again and becomes much more sensitive. It is very

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common that you would hear something that is a in the year went inner is

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struggling to hear. This is a waterfall, a waterfall, a bit more

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like white noise. Experts here at the Royal Berkshire

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can help with a range of therapies, from relaxation to devices that help

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mask the noise. But groups representing sufferers

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say that many feel let down by their first point of contact

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with the Health Service. They say GPs are often dismissive

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while unsympathetic. Awareness amongst GPs

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about tinnitus can be quite low. They may not know what to do when

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people reporting the test. They might not take it seriously

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and people are not often, therefore, But the need for proper medical help

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remains vital. You have been on the golf course

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today? I have, I met very talented juniors. We will start with

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football, though. The Reading boss, Jaap Stam, has

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picked up the Championship Manager Stam says it's a team effort

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although it is good to be recognised Reading managed four

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wins in January, two at home and two away,

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including their match against Bristol City,

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where they came from two down in the first half to

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clinch a 3-2 victory. A run of three wins at the end

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of the month helped catapult It was nice to win something on a

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personal note as well but I have not done by myself. I have got great

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staff with me who have helped me out and I've done a lot of work to make

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the team better, to get results. It is good I get a trophy but it is not

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only for me but for my team members. Well, Reading are now four games

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unbeaten as they head into their match tomorrow

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against ninth-placed Barnsley, who are the visitors

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at the Madjeski Stadium. Things are tight at the top

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of the play-off places so the Royals will be looking to consolidate

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that third place. Meanwhile, Brighton,

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currently second and just a point behind leaders Newcastle,

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are also at home and in with a good chance of grabbing points

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as they host struggling In the Premier League,

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a long trip north for Southampton. It's their last game before

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the League Cup final Saints have only managed

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one league win in 2017. They face a bottom-placed

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Sunderland, fighting Bournemouth play Man

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City on Monday night. In League 1, Swindon

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are the visitors at Bury while Oxford and the MK

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Dons go head-to-head. And in League 2, Portsmouth

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host Accrington Stanley. For many youngsters,

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next week is half term and junior golfers from Romsey Golf Club

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will be spending it But there'll be no relaxing

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because they're out to win They're one of three teams

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representing England in the Home Nations Final,

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which is being held I caught up with them

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this afternoon. Like a tea shop, Ramsey golf club's

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Junior team is flying high and tomorrow the flying off Portugal.

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You cannot get much higher than that. England is the next level. Top

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of the top. The England call-up came after months of tough competition,

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qualifying from the local league, winning regional finals at the top

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three place in the national finals. We came up against very good teams

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who pushed us as us as far as they could. We have managed to do it so

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it feels so much better than winning a few easy games. Like a hole in

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one, it is left them feeling on top of the world. It is pretty much a

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dream country. I have just wanted to represent England my whole life. It

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means everything. We have worked really hard as a team and it is my

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biggest achievement so I am very proud. And they are definitely in it

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to win it. At the end of the day, we have got to remember we are still

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trying to win, we're going there for a reason, so just want to win,

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but... Like a bunker shot, they know it will not be easy. They are up

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against the best from elsewhere in England, Scotland and Wales. We will

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just have to see how it goes. The young players aged 16 to 18 and with

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experience in the game ranging from two to 12 years now the pressure

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will be on but I hope the tight-knit team spirit will get them through.

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We have done very well and to go out there and beat the other teams would

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be such an achievement for such a small club like us. And beat the

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other teams would be such an achievement for such a small club

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like us. Unlike that perfect tricky putt, they are hoping to nail it. --

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and the like. The Vendee Globe sailing hero

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Alex Thomson returns Celebrations are planned to welcome

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the ocean racer home after his second place finish

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in the race known as the world's Alex Thomson on board his racing

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yacht completed a single-handed non-stop circumnavigation

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of the globe in 74 days, Tomorrow, you'll be able to see

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Alex in person and this At 10:15am, a parade of sail

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or flotilla will start out at Spitbank Fort in the Solent,

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heading into Portsmouth Harbour. You'll be able to view it

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from waterfront locations in and around Portsmouth and Gosport

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- so Southsea's round tower, Gunwharf Quays,

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the Gosport waterfront. At 11am, Alex will bring his boat,

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Hugo Boss, alongside You'll be able to see all of this

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from Falklands Gardens in Gosport, where a civic reception will be

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held at 11:20am. After the formalities are over,

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Alex will be meeting members The weather forecast in a moment

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but you'll already know it's not the sort of night to be out

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in the open unless you have to be. So respect is due to Andrew Fisher,

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who is spending ten nights in a tent in woods near Farnham to raise

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money for charity. It's not just the cold he has

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to contend with because Andrew is also continuing to hold

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down his day job as the head teacher So it's a quick wash

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in a bucket before heading off Let's join our reporter,

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Chrissy Sturt. I know you envy me, really. This

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very cold, very dark wood in Surrey. Why would you want to sleep in that

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tent at this time of year? Let's meet the man doing just that, the

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head of French heights. This is all do with raising money for a school

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in Malawi you are closely linked to? I am trying to raise enough money as

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I can for our partner school and inspire my own students to question

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the quality-of-life they take for granted. You hope this code to

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achieve? We look to buy desks, stationery, textbooks, contribute to

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building a house for the headteacher and give them support and friendship

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as well as teacher training and other equipment. Let's polls there

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in here from two of your students about what they make of this

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challenge. I think it is such a good idea because it is such an active

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way of helping raise money for them, it will make such a big difference.

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Amazing. I think it is mad but brilliant. It is snowing outside so

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it is really brave thing do. What is your life actually life they debate

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the moment? I have tried to strip it back to reflect the life of the

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phone teachers I consider friends in Malawi. I am carrying my food and

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water in, cooking over an open fire and live as basic life as I can as

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well as continuing to work effectively is a headteacher. It has

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been pretty gruelling, it has been bitterly cold. Monday night, when it

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rained for four hours, was very difficult, looks like it will snow

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tonight, but the point of a challenge is that it is hard and

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that has inspired my students to think carefully about the things we

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take for granted. And what have you learned from this? It is easy to get

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tired, cooking over a fire takes a long time, and there is still peace

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and quiet that you can find in the world, even on a cold winter's

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night. We wish you well with your challenge. The weather forecast is

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up next, spare a thought for Andrew when you listen to that forecast and

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those temperatures. Give him an extra blanket, give them

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your cold! We have had some snow today in some places.

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Red Watch at Rushmoor Fire Station took this video of the light snow

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You may think it's chilly here in the south but,

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because of the colder temperatures, along the east coast of the UK

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and in Europe, Dorset has seen some unusual visitors.

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Waxwings were spotted in a car park off Ringwood Road

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in Poole by Ian Ballam, and it's caused excitement

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Through the course of the night, we are expecting a good deal of cloud,

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very cold indeed, and maybe some snow showers. It may give a dusting

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of snow in places first thing tomorrow morning. Where we do have

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clearing skies, the chance of frost in the countryside. A cold night

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with temperatures falling to freezing but down to minus one

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Celsius in the countryside. Quite a lot of cloud about tomorrow, very

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similar to the day, we will have that cold north-easterly wind, and

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the continuing snow flurries joined the cause of the day. Dry through

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the afternoon but the showers may well fall as rain rather than snow.

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Temperatures reach a high of 3-4 C. To the cause of the afternoon, we

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will hold onto that cloud cover and that bitterly cold wind. Tomorrow

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evening, the temperatures will fall away in the risk of snow showers.

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Temperatures will fall away the one or two Celsius in towns and cities

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and down to freezing in the countryside. The potential for snow

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showers first thing on Sunday morning but an improving picture in

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terms of the snow showers. But we still hold onto that cloud cover and

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back road east to north-easterly wind. With the cloud, it will feel

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bitterly cold. Sunday, temperatures will reach a high of five or six

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Celsius but feel more like two or three Celsius without wind chill. It

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stays cold in the next week. But we will start to see milder

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temperatures arrive into the middle part of next week. A good deal of

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cloud over this weekend, limited brightness, and a strengthening wind

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on Sunday, that wind will be very raw indeed. But the sunshine makes a

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return on Monday and Tuesday into next week, now in the way of dry

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conditions and less in the wake of showers, so fairly settled with high

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pressure not far away. Chilling, very chilling. Whatever you are

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doing this weekend, have a great one. We will be back on Monday.

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Enjoy yourselves.

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