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Welcome to Spotlight. news teams where you are.

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Tonight, relief for the wife and family of the former

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Royal Marine who'd been convicted of murder.

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We are delighted at the decision of manslaughter with reduced

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responsibility. Did much better affects the circumstances that my

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husband found himself in. We'll have reaction

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from Sergeant Blackman's home town of Taunton as questions are raised

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about the way his case was handled. Gathering to make their voices heard

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- why the local community is out Feelings are running high about the

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temporary closure of this hospital. The massive power surge that saw two

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homes destroyed by fire. And troubled waters in Exeter -

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why this unfolding drama is being A former Plymouth-based Royal

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Marine, who shot dead an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan,

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has won an appeal against It followed fresh psychiatric

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evidence about Sergeant A military Appeal Court in London

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had ruled that Sergeant Blackman, from Taunton, is guilty

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of the lesser charge of manslaughter on the grounds

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of diminished responsibility. We'll hear from former Royal Marine

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Lord Burnett in a moment. First this report

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from Clinton Rogers. In Taunton, a Royal Marine's town,

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you don't have the power to find people flying the flag for Alexander

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Blackman. Well, that is better than it was,

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but I still feel that he should After all, he was fighting

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for his country and things Yet there are those who believe

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Alexander Blackman had to be held Well, it was right

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that he was prosecuted. That sort of action has

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to be investigated. Simon Hollington was

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a Royal Marine first 24 years, Today he told me Alexander Blackman

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had crossed the line of what was acceptable

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on the battlefield. I can understand how he did

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what he did, I don't We have to keep them,

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otherwise we are reduced to savages. What do you say though

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to the argument that what goes on on the battlefield should stay

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on the battlefield? If somebody breaks the law

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and it is the law, then they have Former Sergeant Blackman

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is currently in Erlestoke prison in Wiltshire having served more

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than three years of an eight-year Now, all dates back to September

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2011 when he was serving in Helmand Province,

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Afghanistan. When he shot dead

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a seriously injured Taliban His actions captured

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on helmet camera. But his prosecution

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prompted protests. This one on the streets

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of Westminster. And in Parliament today,

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the local MP welcomed And would the Prime Minister agree

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with me that within the correct legal framework, those

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who defend our peace, protect our will from evil,

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be treated with fairness Another MP, a former soldier,

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said the right outcome had It was always my view whilst

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Sergeant Blackman had behaved in the most despicable way,

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what he was guilty in the most despicable way, what he

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was guilty of was not murder. He was mentally ill

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when he did what he did. He had not been looked

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after by his chain of command. He had seen things that would have

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snapped the will and senses of anybody and what he did

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was awful, truly, truly awful, but it wasn't murder,

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it was manslaughter. So, murder has now formally

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become manslaughter, but the debate over the rights

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and wrongs of the shooting, and the prosecution which followed

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it, haven't gone away. With me now is Liberal Democrat peer

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Lord Bernat who is a former Royal Marine and was also an MP in Devon.

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What did you make of the ruling? I was pleased to see it and I pay

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tribute to Sergeant Blackman who has behaved with great dignity and they

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paid tribute to his wife who has been unbelievably loyal and stood by

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him and she has been a wonderful lady. We just heard some of the

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footage of the incident itself. As a former Royal Marine what did you

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make of what Sergeant Blackman did at the time? I had the advantage of

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having spoken to him about it. I visited him in prison nearly two

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years ago and he believed he shot a dead man against the Geneva

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Convention, but not murder. The panel in the court-martial find

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other ways. -- found otherwise. If the Taliban insurgent was alive, he

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did the wrong thing. Nevertheless, the court has today held that such

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were the stresses and pressures on him and the other members at the

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time, the public don't really understand quite what those

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pressures are. Continuous mortal danger. Continuous wondering whether

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your next step, you are going to blow up with an IED. This has led to

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diminished responsibility. We have had a comment on our Facebook page

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tonight from a viewer who says if it was diminished responsibility, he

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was very clear in knowing he was doing wrong. He said in the footage,

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I am breaking the Geneva Convention. What do you say to the viewer

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tonight who says he clearly knew what he was doing? Because first of

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all, as I said I'd start, a new that if he was shooting a dead man, what

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he thought, what he told me in prison when I visited him, he was

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shooting a dead man, that is against the Geneva Convention. Nevertheless

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the court held otherwise. So how should he had been dealt with

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without breach? If your think the murder conviction which clearly was

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overturned was wrong, how should he have been dealt with? What should

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have happened was that when the panel came to its opinion, 5-2,

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which is not sufficient to convict, not take sufficient racial the

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conflict in a civil criminal case, -- ratio. He should have been

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treated on the basis that an appeal after that hearing the whole

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business of his diminished responsibility came into play,

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whether he killed a dead man or a barely alive man but Mike you want

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the whole way in which military justice is dealt with to be

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reviewed? I think so yes. It should be a trial, the panel should have

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been his peers. That is the ethos of court-martial is. Only two of the

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seven members of the panel had actually served in Afghanistan and

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knew the hell that was inflicted on our people. We must leave it there.

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Lord Burnett, thank you very much. And there is a special

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edition of Panorama tonight after the Spotlight

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late news and weather. Marine A: The Inside Story

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is tonight at 10:50pm on BBC One. The temporary closure in bed at

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Bosworth Nady Hospital in Devon could be permanent and a public

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meeting beginning an telling the tapenade. Campaigners are due to be

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shown a video made by patient Penny Smith who has terminal cancer. Penny

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has pleaded to be allowed to see out her days in her local hospital.

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Our Health Correspondent Jenny Wilder and is in Holsworthy tonight

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for us. The news two weeks ago that this hospital was likely to close

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temporarily has shocked and angered many local people tonight. But they

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get the opportunity to express those feelings to the trust that runs it.

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Earlier the Chief Executive Alison Dimond told me they are looking at

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all options. We are open to any suggestions

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that our staff are making and we have looked to work

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with other local organisations to see whether any of these

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things can be resolved, but it actually is quite

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a difficult thing for us to do. We will continue to work

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with people though. John Hutchings is the merit of

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Holsworthy. Feelings really running high with this issue. Definitely.

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People are very passionate about our committee hospital and one of the

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big problems is our geography, we are miles away from anywhere, one of

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the furthest distance is in Devon for any regard. Do you think they

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will reopen the hospital say that they had never opened after the

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break closure. We hope we can persuade them not to. We hope to go

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against the three major point was in hospital. The meeting starts in just

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a few minutes. Feelings running high. Police are already there so it

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is likely to be a lively one. Investigations are continuing

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into a fire at two properties in Cornwall which some neighbours

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believe was caused by Smoke was seen coming from houses

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at St Day near Redruth at the same time as numerous electrical faults

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were reported in nearby properties. The Nightcrawler by rescue service

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has told the BBC the most likely cause is electrical. David 's

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daughter Bristol setup -- they were all out when the fire broke out, so

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no one was injured but you wouldn't call them lucky when this is the

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state of their home. Upstairs it is worse. Far worse. Fire burned

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through in next door and through the roof. The children's destroyed.

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Katie finds some wet and charred pictures of her daughter. I found

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those pictures of Charlie from quite a while ago and it is just gutting.

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Everything was in there, our lads. -- our lives. I came out and in

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there was number three there was smoke coming out of the roof. A

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neighbour called the Fire Service and that was minutes after she had

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reported a power cut. Other neighbours say they saw smoke and

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sparks coming from a nearby electrical transformer. Yet more

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neighbours claim home electronics had burnt out at around the same

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time. The electric goes off, sparking, the satellite box is going

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up. Sparking off on cushions. Ten minutes later the ruthless smoking.

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Within 20 minutes two rubes are on fire with flames coming out of both

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of them. Western Power distribution say no one is available for

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interview but a spokesman has confirmed that there was a problem

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with the transformer that was here which is why they have replaced it

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with that new one. Work to repair these homes is due to last at least

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six months. The homeless families are still trying to find temporary

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cut accommodation to rent. The children's schools have started a

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collection to help replace their room and toys. But family photos are

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irreplaceable. There were some good results

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for our football sides last night - She's riding high -

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the top jockey hoping to make a bit of history at the Cheltenham Gold

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Cup. And the young scientists in search

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of proof after deadly intent Technology used for gaming

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is being harnessed to try to cut the number of people

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who accidentally drown There were more deaths

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from water-related incidents in Devon than in any other county

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in England in 2015. 321 people died in the UK,

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with 231 of them in England. By county, Devon had 19,

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Cornwall had ten, Dorset Across the UK, most

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of the deaths were men. Now a virtual reality film

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is being made to show the risks and Clare Woodling has been

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to find out more. People are taking chances,

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and that's why more drown in Devon Today we're shooting

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a virtual-reality on the issues of drink-drowning,

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peer pressure and cold-water shock. This water rescue is

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an exercise done with actors. It will make a virtual-reality film

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warning people about the risks. The Fire Service want it to save

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lives, particularly young ones. Why is it the service is not

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handing out leaflets So, for me, the issue with having

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leaflets is that actually you can hand them out but people may not

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necessarily read them, they may just get thrown

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on the side, put in a pocket, whereas with this technology we're

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engaging with people, we're sparking a conversation,

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we're being able to show them just how dangerous this water is visually

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through the virtual-reality goggles and being able to go

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into schools and colleges and starting that debate,

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really, to stop people The virtual-reality headset allows

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the wearer to live in the scene Up, down, left, right,

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the vision is 360 degrees. While no film can share

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the chill of the cold water, If you were falling

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in and it was sort of not planned, you didn't have anyone with you,

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the initial shock of being I noticed when I had just got in,

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your breath is like... and you're quite gasping for air,

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to try and keep the blood It's this helmet covered in cameras

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that will provide the footage from different angles and make

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the viewer's experience Most people don't find themselves

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in a boat like this unless It's hoped that these will bring

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the dangers of rivers, canals, lakes and the sea closer to home

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for more people before they find It was a good evening

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for our football sides last night. Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City

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kept their promotion hopes alive and Torquay United did their plans

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of avoiding relegation Exeter City put the recent losses

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to Hartlepool and Accrington behind them with a comprehensive win

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at home to Cheltenham. They went in front

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on the stroke of half-time. David Whelan was brought down

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in the penalty area by Cheltenham And then it was down

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to Reuben Reid to do the rest. The striker then doubled his tally

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for the evening, combining with Jake Taylor on the right-hand

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side before showing a quick turn of pace and rifling the ball

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into the back of the net. Double figures now for

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Reuben Reid this season. Taylor then turned from creator to

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finish with this fine solo effort. It sealed the points

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for the Grecians and extends their gap to eighth in the table

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to three points. Plymouth Argyle picked up a very

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useful point on the road The hosts took the lead

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through Myles Weston's But super sub Nathan Blissett,

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on from the bench, rose highest to head in his first Pilgrims goal,

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and in doing so sent Torquay United held promotion

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hopefuls Tranmere Rovers to a 0-0 draw at Plainmoor,

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and in doing so they remain a point clear from safety

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in the National League. And Yeovil Town are in action this

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evening, when they take She's from Devon and will become

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only the second woman ever to ride in the Cheltenham Gold Cup

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on Friday. Jockey Lizzie Kelly will be

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on board Tea for Two, trained by her stepfather Nick

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Williams. Damian Derrick has been

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to the family yard to I wanted to dress like a male jockey

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with all the right gear, proper riding boots,

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proper brooch and everything. I had to do more to fit

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in and look right and look Lizzie hasn't just fitted

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in, she's stood out, making her own piece of history

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along the way. COMMENTATOR: A first ever grade

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one win in Britain over That win at the highest level

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in jump racing 15 months ago The confidence side

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of that was massive, you know, it really set in stone sort

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of where I was going and what I was capable of,

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being able to say I have won a grade one to myself, when

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things are a bit bleak. Despite her success, opportunities

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are limited for Lizzie. Many owners and trainers

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are still reluctant to expose women The vast majority of her rides come

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from the family yard. Not that she is getting

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any hand-outs. She rides for us and we run

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a business and if we don't get the success, then we won't be

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here in years to come, I feel very proud that somebody

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can be that dedicated And it is that sheer hard work that

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Lizzie says is behind her success. Although long used to being

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outnumbered in the weighing room, she does understand the significance

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of being the first female jockey I think more than any other

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girl reference, I really Riding in the Gold Cup is massive,

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because it's such an elite race, reserved for the best horses,

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the best trainers And in such illustrious

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company, Lizzie has already Now, as crime mysteries go

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it was perhaps one of the more obscure whodunnits facing boffins

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at the University of Exeter - But for the 200 young

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sleuths trying to unravel the Great Bideford Bake Off mystery

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it was an illuminating insight into the world

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forensic investigations. John Henderson joined

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the budding detectives. It is how they find out DNA strands

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and CSI stuff and how they catch James and fellow super sleuths

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are on a mega serious case - who and what is making

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bread taste mega sweet? So, here on this screen we can

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see the yeast that you prepared on a microscope slide,

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so these are the cells that you have stained with the dye,

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so your job is to see amongst all these yeast cells if you can

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spot ones that are different, because those

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are the ones that we think that are the mutant yeast,

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that carry the DNA James is one of 200 pupils

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from around the region playing forensic detective

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at the medical school laboratories at the University

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of Exeter. They are using state-of-the-art

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microbiology and They are looking at

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mutated cells under the microscope. And strictly in the interests

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of the medical research, So, it is showing them how

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we take the research that we do in the lab on DNA,

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on people's genetic samples and we carry

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that right through into understanding how

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organs work, understanding how that affects the individual and

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ultimately how that affects society when it is a serious health issue

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like the link between diabetes and Though only 20% of

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science professors are women, event is designed

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to prove that science isn't PhD student Hannah Jones

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is a willing white coat and has this advice to women

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who want to give science a spin. Just remain excited, inquisitive and

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don't worry about looking geeky. I think sometimes the look of things

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might put people off where people think you wear a lab coat and that

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is not a bad thing. A little genetic genius helped the pupils work out

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which culprit had spiked the bread. A taste of science at may well lead

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to more successful experiments in future.

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And we're hoping there will be no spiking of baked goods next week,

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when BBC Radio Devon and Cornwall, Spotlight, Inside Out

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and the Sunday Politics will be competing in their very

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They'll be pitting their best Victoria sponges against one another

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And you'll be able to see how they get on and how much they raise

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In the meantime, it has been so mild, hasn't it? It has been nice.

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Other places have had the crowds. It is going to change, because it turns

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unsettled as we head into the week ahead. More cloud and more breeze

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developing. In the still air we have had the leader two or three days it

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is about to change but we have had some lovely sunshine in place of.

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This this was the sunset in Somerset. The beautiful end to the

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day here. Some sunshine coming in across other parts of Somerset. This

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is hovered in the sunshine with just patchy cloud. The change will happen

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through the day tomorrow. Generally for all of us rather a cloudy day

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tomorrow. The risk of drizzle as well as hill fog. This weather front

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is a bit closer. It also marks the boundary between the very mild air

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and slightly colder conditions. Once that moves across southern Britain

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temperatures will come down and then it opens the door to several weather

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fronts queueing up to affect us and that will arrive at the weekend so

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the weekend looks like it could be quite windy and at times also quite

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wet for Saturday and Sunday. Risk winds. Perhaps Sunday afternoon in a

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bit brighter with some sunshine but also some sharp showers. You can see

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how we have had a fair cover of cloud today in places but others

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have had the glorious sunshine. It is mainly be the more eastern parts

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of Devon in the Dorset and Somerset where we have seen likely clear

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skies to date allowing the sunshine to come through allowing

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temperatures to get up quite high. He can see where Cornwall and west

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and south Devon have been rather cloudy. Parts of North Devon,

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Somerset and the North Dorset have had glorious sunshine. Overnight

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tonight the holes were filling with mist and low cloud and it will be

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very similar to what it was last night. A few spits of drizzle but

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possible in the far west and temperatures no lower than between

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six and nine. Tonight the cloud figure capable of producing drizzle

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and few holes in that cloud so we returned to other great day tomorrow

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stores. Temperatures not as high as they have been. Ten or 11 the top

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temperatures. Here is the forecast for the Isles of Scilly. For much of

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the date we have mild there. Bits of drizzle in the wind. Still feeling

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quite mild but the will feel cooler into credit. Good surf today, bigger

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than predicted. Not quite so high waves tomorrow but still some usable

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served. As the breeze comes on the waves will become slightly choppy

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especially towards the end of the afternoon. Westerly 3-4, fearing

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north-westerly four. Occasional drizzle with moderate occasionally

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poor visibility. Friday isn't too bad to start with. We might end up

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with a bright start to Friday. Brief sunshine even through the morning

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but then clouding over with patchy rain turning up. But rain keeps on

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coming through the weekend. Generally quite cloudy weekend but

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also quite windy at times. Thank you. And our News at 10:30pm an

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update on that meeting which is about to get underway about

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Holsworthy hospital but from all of us, good night.

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'The UK has voted to leave the European Union

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'Ukip leader Nigel Farage celebrated the result,

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'declaring that dawn was breaking on an independent nation.

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'Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to resign

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'The pound fell sharply as the referendum result became apparent,

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'and traders are bracing themselves for panic when the markets open.

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'and England are confident of advancing to the next stage

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'ahead of their upcoming European Championship game against Iceland.'

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