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They're too difficult to handle - the scheme which helps violent

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offenders once their released loses its funding.

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If someone really did wind me up I would have had them and not stopped.

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Is the future of Guildford Cathedral in doubt?

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Its plan to sell off land to raise funds fails.

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increase, a former teacher tells her own story.

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What I have come to realise is it is not about the quantity I was

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drinking it is more about why I was drinking. I was drinking to change

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how I felt. And the Storm sisterhood -

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Surrey's netball team hoping to repeat last year's success

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as the season begins. First tonight, it was almost

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all over but it seems there's no end in sight in the long running dispute

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at Southern Rail. Drivers on Southern Railway have

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defied their own union. They've rejected a deal to end

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a series of strikes which have The union held 11 days

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of talks with the company. It reached a deal and

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recommended it to drivers. So where does this leave passengers,

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who thought the end was in sight to almost a year

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of industrial action? Our Transport Correspondent

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Paul Clifton is at The prospect of a deal

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with the drivers was a rare ray of sunshine for passengers,

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who endure the poorest performing Tonight that ray of

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sunshine has gone out. The drivers voted to reject

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the deal negotiated The drivers have rejected

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a key principle. In specific circumstances

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they were being asked to operate the doors when a second member

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of staff is not on the train. For example, when a conductor

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becomes ill or arrives late. In particular, drivers

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were unhappy about the quality of the CCTV cameras they use

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to monitor the doors. We spoke to one driver,

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who does not want to be identified. The concerns we have are eventually

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someone will get trapped in the door, the driver will not see them

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on the poor quality cameras and we will end up in court. As soon as we

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move those, images go off so anybody who is running to try and get on the

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train and has slipped between the platform, we will not see them.

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The company said it was deeply disappointed.

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It is unbelievable how there is still a dispute with no resolution.

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They should sort themselves out. Not impressed at all. I think it is a

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good thing. What is the point in going on strike unless you really

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hold out for what your true beliefs are?

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A separate dispute involving conductors is still on?

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Conductors in the RMT union met the company earlier this week.

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So a 29th strike day next Wednesday goes ahead.

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Southern expects to run four out of five trains -

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not wildly different from a normal day.

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So will the drivers now go back on strike as well?

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Because when they stop work, almost no trains run at all.

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The drivers' dispute is effectively back on.

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For passengers, this is like turning back the clock two months.

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But I don't think Aslef will strike just yet.

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They will go back to Southern Railway.

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They will ask for a slightly better deal.

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Both the union and Southern have been taken by surprise

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The union leaders will want to talk before they walk.

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A homeless woman has been attacked with a razor blade

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Police were called to the Guildbourne Centre

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in the town at a quarter to seven yesterday evening where they found

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a woman with serious injuries to her hand.

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Four women aged between 17 and 21 have been arrested.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack which is believed

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to have happened in nearby Chapel Road.

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It's a scheme that works with some of Hampshire's most violent

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offenders when they're released from jail.

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The violent offender intervention programme has run for almost 10

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years and claims to have successfully stopped hundreds

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of people from reoffending, but it can't continue

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after the programme's main source of funding was withdrawn.

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It's a decision that comes down to the local police and crime

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commissioner as our home affairs correspondent Emma Vardy reports.

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I was literally self harming, I was overdosing, I threatened to jump off

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a bridge ease. In trouble with police

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since he was a teenager, Lesley had four spells in jail over

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a decade. Someone would start on me and I

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would say, come on then. If you want to start I will start. I would just

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grab anything I could get a hold of. I was very out-of-control. He was in

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a downward spiral and could not see a way out. That is were Jack came

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in. Jack Briggs, an ex-special forces

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man now runs the violent offender intervention programme for Hampshire

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which is about to lose its funding. People that are generally referred

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to as are the most difficult to handle and represent the highest

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risk of harm to the community. He has helped me with keeping out of

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prison, got me with the right people. You need a seamless service

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that works for them when they are also in prison to ensure there is

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not a large gap between someone leaving prison. The number of

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violent and sex offenders are being monitored after leaving prison has

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risen by 60% in seven years. Figures released shortly on more than 70,000

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people under supervision in England and Wales. Last year 15% of violent

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and dangerous offenders in the community were returned to custody

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for a breach of their conditions. Hampshire Police and Crime

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Commissioner, the conservative Michael Lane told us

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that he is supporting other projects through grants

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totalling 1.7 million pounds, and that money has been allocated

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to achieve maximum impact will be disapopinted,

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and that he is looking for other Now the project which changed

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Lesley's life, must now find other funding to continue,

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or it will come to an end. A coroner has said there were "lost

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opportunities" to prevent the death 72-year-old Kathleen Hamer

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from Camberley died at Frimley Park Hospital

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in June 2015. The hospital says it has

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since made improvements. Sean Killick reports

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from Woking Coroner's Court. Before she retired Kathleen Hame

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worked as a speech therapist for the NHS, but her family say

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in her hour of need the NHS let her Mrs Hame died from a ruptured

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liver during an operation at Frimley Park Hospital following

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an emergency admission with There had been a delay

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in her treatment. An out of hours GP

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and hospital doctors The coroner, Dr Karen Henderson,

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said this was a personal tragedy of someone who had been

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a champion of the NHS. She said there had been a number

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of lost opportunities, starting from when Mrs Hame

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was first seen, for her death to be She added she will write the chief

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executive of the hospital over considerable concerns over

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a serious lapse in care. She added she did believe this

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case had been taken very seriously by the trust and changes

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had been introduced. The hospital report showed

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quite clearly the lack of beds available

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contributed to her death. There were no beds available

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on the ward and she did not receive the same treatment in A

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she would have got on a ward. She was diagnosed

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with a UTI but in fact there was something much more

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serious going on and we tried to explain this to the doctors but it

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was not possible to get the message My mum was at the heart of our

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family and her passing has left a gap in our lives of

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which we will not be able to fill. We are all upset that

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this could Our family could have been

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quite different now. The trust has apologised

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to the family and said it In a statement they said,

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we have worked with our doctors and nurses in the emergency

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department to improve our process for identifying deterioration

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in patients at an early stage and ensuring these patients get rapid

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access to the care they need. We noted all the

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coroner's comments in her conclusion today and will

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carefully consider each one to ensure we continue to provide

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a high-quality care Workers from one of the unions

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which represents workers at the Atomic Weapons Establishment

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in Berkshire have accepted a final Members of the Prospect union

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at the sites in Aldermaston and Burghfield voted

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to support the scheme. But a second union, Unite, is still

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in dispute with the company. Prospect says that the pensions

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scheme introduced at the start of the month is "significantly

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better" than the one There's a new push to reopen a road

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on the Isle of Wight - which has been closed to traffic

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for three years. Undercliff Drive at Niton was shut

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following a landslip. The caretaker leader

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of the island's council, Dave Stewart says it's has been

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closed for far too long and it's had An independent review is to be

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carried out into concerns about bullying and harassment

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at the South East Coast Earlier this week we reported

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on claims by the GMB union that staff handling 999 calls had been

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subjected to shocking The Trust has appointed an expert

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in workplace conflict Later in the programme

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Lewis Coombes joins the girls I'll be in Surrey, where the woman's

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netball team are looking to cook up a storm ahead of the

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National Supereague. The trustees of Guildford Cathedral

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say there is no plan B to save it after it lost a housing

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application which could have The cathedral wants to sell off nine

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acres of land it owns But, last night, the plan

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was rejected by councillors. It costs over a million

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pounds a year to run following developments and has

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the story of how the building became 200,000 names are carved

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into the walls of this cathedral. Every one of the the owner

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of a brick that helped to build When building restrictions

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were introduced after World War II, a campaign was launched asking

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members of the community to buy a brick for two and six -

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12.5p in new money. And so it became the people's

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cathedral, consecrated in 1961 1500 handmade kneelers

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remain in place here, each representing a symbol

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of the cathedral. Perhaps the most relevant

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feature here today is this. It costs ?3500 a day to run,

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and without the sale and development of 134 homes on land running

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alongside it, donations now are more Elisa's live outside

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Guildford Cathedral. Elisa, how safe is

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the cathedral's future? I think it is fair to say the

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funding crisis is critical. The Bishop of Guildford wonders if the

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planning application was rejected the cathedral would probably have to

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close. -- he won tonight. The work is being carried out currently as

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part of a separate project funded by the Heritage lottery fund to remove

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asbestos. The council refused to be interviewed by trustees told us are

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disappointed and have a responsibility to consider all our

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options to secure its long-term future. We will carefully consider

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the reasons for refusal before our next step. So no confirmation yet

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whether they will appeal. When does a few glasses

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of wine after work turn In tonight's South Today,

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we'll hear from Anna. She had a responsible job as head

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of music and creative arts But over time her drinking had got

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heavier, and started earlier in the day, until she was a problem

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drinker, and it seems A global study of drinking habits

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has shown that women have nearly caught up with men in terms

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of the amount of An analysis of four million people

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born before 2001 found that women's and that for younger

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women with a high income, there's an increased chance

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of having alcohol related They say that the family that plays

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together stays together. But Anna Elston is only

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with her sons because Ten years ago she had

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her last drink. Everybody around me

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knew I was an alcoholic I was the very last person to know,

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and I was surprised. She was head of music

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and creative arts at a secondary school, but the combination

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of regular drinking, postnatal depression and low self-esteem led

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to her developing a problem. I would be alone

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but I've kid myself I wasn't because I was on the phone

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to friends or chatting The problem came to a head

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when Dylan was born prematurely Anna got drunk before a health

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visitor appointment. Subconsciously, because I knew

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I would not cope with that situation with the high needs Dylan

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had at the time, maybe that was just my

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way of When Dylan was well enough to go

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leave hospital he did He was fostered by Helen

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Holgate for a year. During that time Anna

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was in rehab and working hard She had to work on herself

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and sort out her relationships and her

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own issues as well as contemplate the prospect

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of The first day all

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three of them were in my house overnight,

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that was my precious family back together,

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and Only one in 200 patents

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whose children are taken Since getting sober

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and has secured a first-class degree in addictions

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counselling, and as part of the graduation ceremony she got to meet

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the Duchess of Cambridge. It felt really amazing

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and really exciting. I got to shake her hand

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and she said that she was so proud of Mum for getting

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the first-class degree. Anna now is a coordinator

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with the Amy Winehouse visits schools to talk

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to pupils and pass What I've come to learn is this not

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about the quantity I was drinking, it is more

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about why I was drinking. I didn't know that at

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the time, but I now know. Earlier I spoke to liver

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specialist Dr Alastair O'Brien I began by asking him how

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common Anna's story is. When I first started

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as a liver doctor I would normally see middle-aged

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men, but increasingly educated women, at least one or two

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a week, coming to see me as they are concerned about the level

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of alcohol they drink. What you think is behind

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the increase in women having I think the hangover

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of the ladette culture of the 1990s, with many

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of these women now entering You can get alcohol from

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supermarkets at any time of day. I think it is something that has

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become ingrained in our culture in Alcohol is a commodity now like eggs

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or bread that we buy willingly, which is a big change

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since my parents' generation. Are women who abuse alcohol more

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vulnerable to things like a liver Alcohol is the one

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thing I think women do worse than men from

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the health point of view. Multiple studies have shown alcohol

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affects women to a much greater degree, such

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that women will feel the effects with regard

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to their liver drinking around

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about seven units a week, This will lead to

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cirrhosis developing some ten years early in woman compared

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to men who drink equivalent amounts. What do you think should be done

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to address the problems? The good news for women

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is they are twice as good at giving up alcohol than men

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and therefore I think education, promotion and I think, most

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importantly, people need to take responsibility for their health

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and if they are worried of drinking come to see liver

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doctors in clinics, get scans, get the blood tests checked to find out

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if they are at risk. It's a delicate and risky operation

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carried out on babies when they're still in the womb,

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but a family from Dorset say it Sarah and Dan Maund's sons,

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Sebastian and Henry had 48 hours to live when medics realised

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they had what's called twin to twin Only 10% of twins around

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the world have the condition and it can only be treated

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with laser surgery as At 20 weeks I started getting pain,

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and then we had the devastating news at 22 weeks that they had something

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called twin to twin We did not know whether

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they would survive. Sarah was rushed to hospital

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in London, both her twins were in immediate danger

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and surgeons had 48 hours Henry and Sebastien shared one

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placenta in Sarah's womb, which meant they were not getting

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enough blood, and this This is rare, only 10-15% of twins

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suffer from twin to twin transfusion syndrome and need laser surgery

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to save their lives. The blood vessels that connect

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the babies are connecting them in an uneven fashion,

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so the treatment is to put a tiny telescope in,

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it is about two millimetres in diameter, and through that we can

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identify the blood vessels that join the two placentas and using an even

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smaller laser that goes through the same telescope we can

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block the vessels that connect But now one Hampshire-based charity

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is leading the campaign to make more From their base in Aldershot,

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they have helped create a register Individually they may see a couple

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of dozen cases each year, and by bringing this data together

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and this knowledge, they will have a far broader,

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more in-depth picture of what is successful

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and where they might be able to make changes to improve outcomes

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in the future. Back in Dorset, and Sarah and Dan

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are now looking to their future. We are just very lucky

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we have the two boys and we take We do as much as we can when we get

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a chance to take them out The same goes for

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Henry and Sebastien. They are waving goodbye

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to a troubled first few years. We should be willing back to them.

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Onto the sport now and we are going to talk about netball, one of my

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favourite sports. I was the school netball captain.

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The new Netball Super League season starts on Saturday,

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and it's expanded with ten teams now vying to become champions.

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The current holders of course are Surrey Storm who this week held

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an open training session for fans to come along to watch and learn.

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Surrey Storm know what it takes to win.

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Training sessions here at the Surrey Sports Park have

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been the foundations of their recent success.

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So what better place to invite fans to watch the latest crop of talent?

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She has done six hours today, Lisa is doing it

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We are looking to be like them, almost, so it's

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good to see how they train and what you need

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to do to be up there when

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I find it inspiring and I'm pretty sure everyone

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New signings includie shooter Megan Craig,

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And at 6 feet 6 inces, is aiming high.

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I think that is the only way you can describe it.

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We get along so well on and off the court and as a team it

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is really crucial you stick together and have that kind of cohesiveness.

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And we all love to joke around and laugh and have a good time.

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It just feels good, it feels like a good

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Surrey are the reigning champions for the last

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number of new players and new teams this time

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around expectations could

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People can expect to see some exciting netball.

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It will be rugged and who knows what will happen,

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Netball in this country has never been more popular.

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Increased TV coverage and sponsorship has also

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brought greater audiences, But it's still semi-professional.

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Storm take on the newly formed Severn Stars on Saturday,

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hoping the latest campaign will bring a third

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Dorset-trained racehorse Cue Card IS now set to line up

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in the Cheltenham Gold Cup next month, along with stablemates

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Cue Card's trainer Colin Tizzard had stated the horse was likely to run

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in the shorter Ryanair Chase instead, but has now

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Southampton Football Club has now sold-out their allocation

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The last few were snapped up today, meaning Saints will be taking just

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over 32,000 fans to Wembley for the game against

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Manchester United, where they'll be looking to win their first major cup

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On Tuesday we told you about the Ice Cream man Paul Field

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from Reading who was nominated in the oscars of

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Well, last night Paul was crowned ice cream man of the year

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Paul from Reading has been in the ice cream business for more

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He first got involved helping his dad back in 1970.

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He said winning the award would be the highlight of his career.

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Congratulations, Paul. With the subject we had today I was trying to

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persuade the producer to invite Paul and bring his ice cream truck down

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here and we could all have ice cream. What happened? She said no.

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Let's get the weather, shall we? It was rather nice today. We had some

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lovely conditions but the cloud did increase.

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Terence Flynn photographed the morning mist at Brockenhurst

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Roy Venkatesh took this picture of the snowdrops

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We did see blue skies but the cloud is already increasing and overnight

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we will have low cloud and the chance of patchy rain north of

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Berkshire and some mist and fog in the south-west. The mist and fog

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might become dense during the early hours. Mainly dry eyed dawn tomorrow

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with temperatures falling will stop there may be one of two a showers

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first thing but it is an improving picture. Mist and fog slaughtered

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clay in places, lingering until midday. -- slowed to clear. More

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cloud perhaps tomorrow. Fixtures -- temperatures in double figures.

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Tomorrow make there is a fragmented weather front in from the West

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producing quite a lot of cloud and some mist and fog. Quite a cloudy

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start to the weekend with blows tomorrow night of seven Celsius. A

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fair amount of cloud first thing on Saturday but that will start to send

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an break and we will hopefully see some sunny spells and high pressure

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not far away. This cold front heading eastwards during Saturday

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into Sunday and that may produce some patchy overnight rain into

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Sunday. Sunday May start of wets. Looking ahead, mist and fog first

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thing in the mornings, some sunny spells and mild temperatures. Into

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next week we could see temperatures into the mid teens. Through the rest

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of the week we see a lot of cloud starting each day, that thins and

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breaks, staying quite closely and Sunday with one or two brighter

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spells on Monday we see temperatures start to rising. By Wednesday

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perhaps up to even 16 Celsius. Things are turning a lock my older

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into the start of next week. -- turning a lot more mild.

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Coming up tomorrow - a special treat for four

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Tom, Ben, Jacob and Albert are starring in their school

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production of the musical Billy Elliott.

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They've been invited to the Mayflower Theatre in Southampton,

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where the West End version of Billy Elliott is on tour.

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We were with them as they picked up some tips from the professionals.

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Looking at that they look so good anyway! It will be great tomorrow

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also be with us if you can. More tonight at 10:30pm. Thank you for

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watching. Goodbye. Two challenges await you today,

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and our genre is Landscape. The conditions are a wee bit

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challenging. I've really got to

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convince the judges It's colourful -

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but it was meant to be muted. From this point,

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it's band versus band.

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