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Welcome to South Today. The headlines tonight:

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Cooking for one - The widowers who have been left behind

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but are now learning new life skills and finding new friends.

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I'm from a generation that lived with mother until I married

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and then married and had a lady to look after me.

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Carry on cruising - the number of people taking a cruise

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is up and the average age is coming down.

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Showing off their skills, but should skateboarders be banned

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It's been one of the warmest days of the year so far.

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I hope you enjoy the sunshine because it's not set to last.

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More men are facing loneliness and isolation in old age,

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especially after the death of a wife or partner.

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Researchers have found that men over the age of 65

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There's about 600,000 men who are now living alone,

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That figure is expected to increase by 65% over the next 14 years.

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Bereaved older men are most affected by loneliness,

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and have less contact with family and friends than

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But a small scheme in the New Forest is helping them

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to look after themselves - and talk about their feelings.

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And it's all based around the kitchen.

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Our health correspondent David Fenton reports from Lymington.

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Some people feel at home in the kitchen but not these men.

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I'm from a generation that lived with mother until I married

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and then married and had a lady to look after me.

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Many had never cooked a proper meal before.

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Now they're having to learn because their wives have died.

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That's Janet and myself, taken in 1955.

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62 years and suddenly all gone, but that's life, isn't it?

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Many of these men lost wives after a lifetime of marriage.

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Ted and Eileen had been together 53 years.

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When it happens, it's a very big change.

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There's nobody to do anything for you,

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I can remember my wife saying every day they must be browned off.

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John D'Arcy is making his first ever lasagne.

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We're putting the last there of them meal on,

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the meat you saw cooking with the tomatoes and cheese

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and everything, and now we put the top there.

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The class is run by volunteers at Oak Haven Hospice in Lymington.

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Lasagne is next, strips and then the cheese sauce all over

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While we cook people open up, chat about what's happened to them,

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the funerals, the bereavement and it's just a really good tool

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for people to open up and chat about what's happened to them.

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When John's wife Catherine died, he barely went out.

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The cookery club called him three times before he finally accepted.

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I looked in the fridge on the third occasion of them ringing me

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and all that was in the fridge was one can of John Smith's and half

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a crunchie and I thought it's time to do something about this.

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It's time for the lasagne to come out.

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Everyone makes something, then the men sit down

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Good old penny. I didn't see you helping her there, David.

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It's a simple idea, teaching these men to cook,

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Absolutely, and that's what many of these men are not good at.

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and it was a pound of lard and a pack of sausages for lunch,

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These men went from mother to wife and they were looked after by

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When they lost them, they really struggled.

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One man there got a call from his GP because

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But I think the cookery is just a way of getting them together,

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getting them out of their homes and talking about

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The volunteers are mostly women. Each man has a volunteer next to him

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to talk if he wants to talk and this is quite it has been so successful,

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there was not a lot of money spent on it, when it started nobody wanted

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to do with and now it's full. Hampshire Police have questioned

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a 64-year-old man from Southampton as part of an investigation

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into historical abuse in football. The man who cannot be

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named for legal reasons has been interviewed

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by officers under caution. Our reporter Anjana Gadgil

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has more details. Hampshire Police confirmed

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it was investigating historical abuse in football

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in November last year. Now the force says it has questioned

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a 64-year-old man from Southampton. The man, who attended voluntarily

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for questioning earlier this week, has been interviewed under caution

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in a police custody suite. In a statement today the force said

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this was part of a significant and complex investigation

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being undertaken by specialist officers from Hampshire's

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major crime team. Since last year, forces

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across the country have launched investigations into historical abuse

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in football and hundreds of alleged Hampshire Police says

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it is still encouraging victims of any abuse to contact the force

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or the NSPCC. The number of people taking cruise

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holidays is up again. The key trend is towards taking

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holidays that set sail from this country, rather than what's

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known as fly-cruising. Let's join our transport

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correspondent Paul Clifton, Our love affair with

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cruise ships is thriving. The British cruise industry has

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grown by 50% in ten years. The last new ships were P's

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flagship Britannia, named by the Queen, and the latest

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offering from Royal Caribbean, which brings one of the world's

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biggest ships for the summer season. But the number of people who choose

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to start their holidays from a British port,

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usually Southampton, is rising three times faster

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than the number who fly off Almost two million British

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holiday-makers And the average age

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is getting a little younger - Royal Caribbean in particular has

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spent billions on ships that Southampton-based P Cruises

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has done much the same. The travel industry thought

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the Brexit decision, and the drop in the value

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of the pound, would mean more I think we are seeing some holiday

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decisions being made around I think we're seeing people

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who might travel to Europe maybe trading down in the length of time

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they would go for for so they will still spend the same amount

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of money on their holiday. What a cruise allows people

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to do is budget ahead, they know exactly what they will pay

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for their holiday, they can prepay for all the items they might want,

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so their shore excursions, drinks if they want to,

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so they can budget carefully Paul, does that explain why

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more people are choosing to start their holidays in the UK

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instead of heading We're taking more foreign

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holidays as a whole. Partly cruising is about paying

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for your holiday in sterling. No need to worry

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about currency changes. Partly it's about avoiding the fight

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through increasingly A cruise costs typically

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?70 to ?90 a day. That's about the same

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as a mid-price hotel on land, but you get meals and

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entertainment included. In May, Reading's Caribbean

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community will host a carnival The once annual event began 40

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years ago, but it hasn't been run since 2014,

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due to a lack of money Now a new team has been

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awarded financial support from the National Lottery

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to bring it back. The unmistakable colour

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and sound of Carnival. This was, until a few years ago,

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a popular annual event in Reading. It's not been held for the past two

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years, a lack of organisation and money to blame, but it's back

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this year, with new organisers hoping to draw on the event's past

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as they shape its future. There's a lot of history stored

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in Reading and there's a lot of passion and feeling that's

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attached to Carnival. It's something that belongs

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to our communities that we're inviting everybody

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into and opening out. So we're really proud

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to be hosting it. Artist Philbert Herman will help

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children make costumes this year. He helped organise the carnivals

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in the early days and has fond memories of 1977,

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the first one. It rained and the people

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still came out. There were a lot of street

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parties to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee

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and the West Indians were out there, dancing with the bin liners

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and the brollies They came out and celebrated

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with the whole community. Our diversity in Reading

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particularly is our strength and the fact that we have people

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from all over world living We want to celebrate that

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and we want to invite people from other communities to celebrate

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that as well. ?10,000 of lottery money has

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been awarded this year. Organisers say they still need more,

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but crucially, they want support. Keep the last Bank Holiday Monday

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in May free - it's Carnival Day. A new deal to end the dispute

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by train drivers has been agreed by Southern Railway

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and the Aslef union. The drivers will now be

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balloted over the proposal, The drivers rejected a previous

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deal between their union Police have released images

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of a petrol station attendant in Dorset being threatened

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by robbers with a knife Two men stole cash from

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the Esso Service Station on Charminster Road in Bournemouth

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late on Monday night. They've just missed out but three

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students from Reading still have a chance to send

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their invention into space, The issue of slow economic growth

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on the Isle of Wight has been raised in today's Prime Ministers

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Questions. The island's Conservative

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MP Andrew Turner said he was disappointed that the Isle

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of Wight was lagging The Prime Minister called

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on the business community and council on the island to push

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for economic growth. Will my Right Honourable friend to

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ensure that more growth funding is targeted at rural areas like the

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island, with many small and micro businesses, to deliver a country

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that works for all? We have already been able to support the island's

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economy through the local growers deal for the Solent and the local

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enterprise partnerships, supporting the SME programme, he referred to

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rural funding and I want to make sure we make the best of the diverse

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strengths of Allbritton's cities, regions and Islands.

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The leader of a Hampshire Council has unexpectedly announced

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Ferris Cowper says he'll leave his role as leader of East

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He also says he won't stand for re-election as a councillor

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It was designed to be the dynamic and cultural heart of the city.

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But to the horror of some people, it has become a skateboarding mecca.

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Southampton's ?50 million cultural quarter complete

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with the landmark Guildhall Square.

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Aficionados of the sport - which'll feature at the next Olympics -

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say the square is better than many purpose built skateparks.

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But the City Council is looking at drawing up a Code of Conduct

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On a warm sunny day there's a constant stream of skateboarders

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doing their flicks and tricks in Southampton's Guildhall Square.

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While some people are happy to see and hear

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We don't hear it, the windows are good enough.

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I don't know where else the kids have got to go.

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It's difficult because they ought to provide somewhere for them to do

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it, but on the other hand it shouldn't be here.

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Skateboarders say the super-smooth Guildhall Square is

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The only thing we've harmed is the ?10,000 benches they've done,

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which they could invest into a skate park.

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I've been skateboarding at Guildhall for five years now,

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it's a real important place to me, it's like a second home but I would

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Today the City Council has been discussing what should be done.

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Ultimately we do need to make sure the square can be used by everyone

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coming to Southampton, but hopefully it won't get

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to draconian measures, we can do things with consent

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A few minutes walk from Guildhall Square is Hoglund's Park,

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the skating facility that most agree is well overdue a makeover.

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Skaters say it would be used far more if it was upgraded.

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Certainly, there would be more people coming down

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I don't want to disturb someone else's day so a better

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park would be better for everyone, really.

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The City Council could use its powers to ban skateboarding

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For now it's looking at collaboration

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Earlier, I spoke to Iain Borden, who is a Professor of

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I began by asking if he thought skateboarders should be

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Skateboarders have as much right to use public space as any other

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urban citizens and banning skateboarders because of their

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activity seems to me to be highly undesirable.

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And yet why not use purpose-built areas?

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Because some argue that they are spoiling the space and damaging it.

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Purpose-built areas like skate parks are great and many skateboarders

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like using skate parks as well but they're not really a substitute

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Skateboarders like to use urban squares because they are public,

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dynamic, there are other people around and to ask skaters to move

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into solely purpose-built skate parks would be like telling members

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of the public, you can walk but you can only walk around

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You advise councils on urban architecture, so what do you suggest

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councils do when it comes to public spaces that everyone can use?

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There are some places where you don't want skateboarders.

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You don't want them on public train platforms or busy roads,

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so a certain amount of sensible approach is required,

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but generally speaking there's no reason why skateboarders can't exist

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alongside people cycling or walking or running or pogoing or playing

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music or any of the other things people do in public space.

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It's not an innately dangerous or risky or damaging activity.

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You're a skateboarder yourself - do you use public spaces?

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I tend to use skate parks a lot more.

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Some of the people I skate with use skate parks and public spaces.

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Professor Iain Borden, thank you very much.

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was him there, that bit of skateboarding footage. Let's get on

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to the sport. Some good fortune for Pompey last night.

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Yes, word getting to march were some of the league to futures will be

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decided. In last night's football,

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Portsmouth maintained their charge for promotion in League Two,

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with their third win in a week. For the rest of the South's

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teams though, it was We kick off our round-up

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at Fratton Park. It was effectively all over by half

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time for Portsmouth, who had fought for the second game in a row. They

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had an early lead against Grimsby, but that advantage was doubled when

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Danny Rose made at two. Pompey added another on the stroke of the break

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when Kyle Baker fired home, and it was for after the interval, when a

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rebound fell for Kal Naismith. They now have a 7-point cushion in the

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automatic spots. Oxford's hopes took a knock after they went down at all

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time. They had drawn level through Chris Knight wire's penalty but the

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second half winner came from Lee are one. That woman plunged Swindon

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deeper into trouble after they lost to Sheffield United Swindon were

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already 2-0 down, then this strike levelled matters at 2-2. A moment

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for keeper will Henry to regret. And in the battle of the dons old and

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new, Wimbledon prevailed against MK Dons. The second AFC goal came from

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former Bournemouth striker Lyle Tate.

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Southampton Football Club's latest set of financial figures show

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a post-tax profit of almost five million pounds.

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Turnover increased by around ten million, to 124 million,

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while commercial turnover was up by 21 per cent.

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In a four-year period, Saints also published details

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of ?175 million in player sales, while spending

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With wages added on top, Saints' net investment in the squad

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Two Southampton footballers have signed on to support an appeal

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to raise funds for a new children's emergency department

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James Ward-Prowse and Sam McQueen added their names to a bus which has

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the signatures of prominent local people on it.

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Organisers hope the VIP bus, which will travel around the city,

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will help raise two million pounds for the facility which could treat

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It's great to be done here with Sam to help raise awareness for a great

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charity, to create the emergency and trauma units at Southampton

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Hospital. It's a great initiative to be involved with by using our

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profiles to help raise awareness. And the Brighton Hove Albion

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manager Chris Hughton is to take a brief break from chasing promotion

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to the Premier League next month. The Seagulls boss has been announced

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as the official race starter of next He'll set off more than 8,000

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runners from Preston Park It was another winning

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day for Berkshire-based trainer Nicky Henderson

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at the Cheltenham Festival, as he secured a 1-2

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in the RSA Novices Chase. 7-2 favourite Might Bite battled

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to hold off his stablemate Meanwhile, there was a narrow second

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place for Dorset trainer Colin Tizzard in the big race,

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the Queen Mother Champion Chase. His horse Fox Norton in the red cap

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just failed to catch A couple of thrilling finishes at

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the festival. That was an outsider.

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Yes, building up to the big one on Friday.

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I'm sorry that Thistle Crack is not racing, that would have been a

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perfect race. Three students from Reading invented

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a device that could one day allow humans to breathe in habitation pods

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on the moon. We featured them a few weeks ago

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as they took their design all the way to India as part

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of an international competition which would see the winner become

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part of the first ever Today, they were told they'd

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come in third place - but they could still have a spot

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on the rocket - at a price, The Moon is still in reach for the

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lunar dome team but there is a catch. They will have to pay and the

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song is astronomical. $750,000. But it is going to the moon, that's not

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cheap. And when you think what it's doing, it's not surprising.

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Everything to do with space cost millions. They have come third out

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of 3000 teams who were hoping to be on that first commercial craft to

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land on the moon. Lunar dome is designed to control their pressure

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on the lunar surface, theoretically allowing people to breathe, but only

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the two winners from Italy and India will now get free passage on the

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team in this rocket. It's a lot of money but we will do everything we

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can to support them to secure that funding through whatever means

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necessary. Team Indus is locked in the corporate space race of its own

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but it says if the money is found, team lunar dome can go on the rover.

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I wouldn't see them as having missed something, they got close and if you

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can get a British philanthropist to fund them, they govern. But the

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chance of a moonshot is fading. Funding needs to be secured by the

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end of the month. Obviously were over the moon at our experiment

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potentially going to the myth that there is stress on us because we now

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have to secure this quickly. So the hopes of the lunar dome team have

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not yet been brought fully to earth. That will be a big piggybank,

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?650,000, but good luck, guys. Onto the weather. Alexis is here. It was

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gorgeous, you were on the golf course. I was not playing like Tony

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but we were doing a piece with Scott Gregory. Highs of 16 Celsius,

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glorious day but not everyone had the sunshine. We have some lovely

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weather pictures to show you, from the weather Watchers, where you can

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upload your photos. Today we saw blue skies in West Sussex and clear

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skies also for those in Berkshire, glorious day to be had that not

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everyone saw the sunshine, spare a thought for those on the south coast

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and the Isle of Wight, this fog played the south coast through much

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of today and the fog is increasing in many places under clear skies

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tonight but we are looking at increasing cloud so by dawn there

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will be more cloud and temperatures will rise, so the lowest

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temperatures will be at the start of the night, but once the cloud

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arrives a low of 6-7. Quite a murky start to tomorrow, after I might

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have closed in the morning, but things will brighten up in places.

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Generally cloudy, the odd spot of rain for western areas, temperatures

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will reach a high of 11. Tomorrow night we will have to weather

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fronts, one moving through and then another one, they that second front

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there will be cooler air so temperatures will fall to four or

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five, a chilly start to Friday but plenty of sunshine first thing.

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Through the morning the cloud will thicken from the West and we will

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see further cloud through the day ahead of this weather front which

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will arrive on Friday afternoon, bringing pulses of rain which may be

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heavy at times through the evening and overnight into Saturday. Looking

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ahead, a lot of cloud in the next few days, the odd spot of drizzle

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tomorrow but mainly dry with one or two bright spells. Friday will have

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a good deal of cloud, a bright start in places but clouding over with

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rain expected in the afternoon and evening, and over the weekend, the

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breeze will increase through Friday and into the weekend, a windy

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weekend with spells of rain and temperatures will reach a height of

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12 Celsius, so a fresher feeling two days ahead, especially over the

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weekend with the rainfall and the brisk winds, which will take the

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edge off temperatures. You give with one hand, you take with another!

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That could be a bit of high pressure middle of next week.

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That is it from us. We will be back with the headlines at 8pm and then

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at 10:30pm. Goodbye.

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