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Welcome to Inside Out. Here is what is coming up tonight.

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A Sussex by this he designed Britain into the record books. --

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the Sussex brothers who designed. It was so ahead of its time, that

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many believed if it ran today and it could reach its top speed, it

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could still be the fastest wheel driven car in the world. Cut-off

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from their children and facing life in a foreign one. -- foreign land.

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I was distressed, I would go to bed saying I just wanted to die. I

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don't think it is just banks. the sounds of Africa help these

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women find peace of mind. People feel better just by singing.

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first freeloading layabout or campers with the point, I will find

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out who is behind the Occupier protest. I think it is an

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amalgamation that the people in general are not happy in this

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country. Does their action really represent a new start? At the end

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of the day, they don't really have much of a point to make other than

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they are unhappy with a whole bunch of issues.

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I am Jon Cuthill and this is Inside If you are visiting Brighton you

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cannot fail to notice a tented community has sprung up next to the

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Royal Pavilion. This city's version of the World Wide Occupier movement.

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-- occupied. So, this is it then. Occupy Brighton. Who runs this? Are

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you in charge or an elected spokesperson? I am the delegated

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spokesperson for the group for now. But there are no leaders. It is a

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totally nonhierarchical structure. Info tent, what is happening?

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is the tea and coffee area for the general public, and the kitchen. It

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is manned by a working group of volunteers who are preparing tasty

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vegan food. We have got is a meditation class going on here.

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Only a handful of protesters stay here twentyfour seven but there is

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a wider network of supporters who can be called upon to swell the

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numbers. It is very organised, isn't it? For a nonhierarchical

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organisation, it is, but it is working and that is testament to

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the will of the people involved. What do you want me to take away

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with me? I will spend some time with you guys, stay here in a

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little tent. What do you hope I will take away? Optimism and hope.

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More than anything. This Conservative MP is hopeful and

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optimistic they will pack up and leave. He said they are lazy

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campers and freeloaders. If they stay but he wants them to pay

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council tax. What are you protesting about, why are you here?

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I am here because I am not at all happy with the state this country

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is in, mainly. We are being told constantly we have got to cut back

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and it seems to be very unfair when we have got big organisations like

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banks and governments that can commit criminal offences and get

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away with it. Why don't you set up a political party and work within

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the system? The system is broken. The consensus for all the movements

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is the present political system encourages corruption. What

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specifically is broken? In local issues we have agreed the massive

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problem we have got, nationwide and particularly in Brighton is

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homelessness. Sarah said it was actually the banks she was annoyed

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with, and now it is the homeless, can you say what you are doing

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here? I will talk to somebody else in a minute. I don't think is just

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banks, just homeless, just parliamentary systems, it is an

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amalgamation that the people in general are not happy in this

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country. Whilst a similar camp in Bournemouth was moved on by the

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local council in Brighton the Green Party say they will welcome to stay,

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if they behave. But is that the view of the rest of the city?

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would love to see a different way in the world but I don't know it

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necessarily their ideas are as wise as they might be when they are all

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do. The people starting to stand up for themselves. Against the super

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rich. This is a conscious thing people need to be more or whereof

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like the ill distribution of wealth across the world. It is certainly

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welcome and hopefully it will make the local politicians take note and

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they realise this is happening in their constituency. They'll find to

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be there, they are not getting in a was way, standing up for what they

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believe in which is good. At least they have got the spirit to

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actually try. While not everybody agrees on the protest, what about

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the ideas? Asked a local economist to visit the camp to see if their

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proposals hold water. What does he make of the Utopian dream? I very

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much in support of this movement, the spirit, pointing to the

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deficiencies we experience in these turbulent times. They are proposing

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a Robin had tax, if you prevent financial turmoil by throwing sand

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in the ears of the financial industry, you distributed to the

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poor, put his weight is called the Robin attacks. That is not extreme,

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it is proposed by most European governments, not this one in the UK.

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We have ignored a mushrooming underclass for generations,

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pretended that underclass doesn't exist, their problems that exist,

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made sure statistically they don't exist so they can be ignored. In my

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opinion it is what driving Occupy. At the end of the day that I really

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have a point to make other than they are unhappy with a lot of

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issues. A lot of the people here are on benefits, half the people

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are working, half on. Something which they just seem to like to do.

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I didn't stop anybody doing the lifestyle they would like to do,

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but not other public spaces we are paying for. As light fades the

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number of protest has dwindled to the hard core who set about

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battening down for another night under canvas. It is a battle at the

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moment against the weather. Apparently this is the windiest

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they have ever had it and it is taking a bit of a battering. The

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weather is meant to be pretty rotten overnight. Meanwhile,

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washing-up doesn't do itself, does it? There may be a global economic

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crisis, but there is washing-up to be done. People gather for the most

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important event of the day, a General Assembly. It is a chance to

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discuss whether protest is going and the issues involved. Use empty

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homes to house homeless people. like all committee meetings

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everybody wants to talk about something different. We invite the

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Green party to initiate a direct democracy experiment here in

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Brighton, la Simon Cowell suggested the same thing as an evolution of X

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Factor. That is basically the proposal. With so many wanting to

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talk, it is all about their hands. An intricate system of justice used

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to stop the meeting descending into chaos. This one means I have got a

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point to make, this year's agreement, and this, get out, the

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tent is on fire. Throughout the evening volunteers patrol the

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promoter of the camp to keep things in check. Essentially, it is

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security, keeping everybody saved through the night shift and the

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dayshift. And keeping the site tranquil. Someone will be walking

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the perimeter in the evening, looking out for any potential

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trouble. Exactly. And they will not tolerate any misbehaviour from

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within their own ranks, either. your behaviour is out of order you

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get one warning, and we will call the police and they are 30 seconds

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up the road here. The few times we have had to call them they have

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been terrific. They have been down within a minute and helped us

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mitigate problems we are not qualified to mitigate. I go to bed,

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my head ringing with save the world mantras and down with the banks

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diatribes. But in the cool light of dawn as I prepare to leave the camp,

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and then not all is rosy in this brave new world. Occupy Brighton,

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we are suffering from a lack of directed sober protest, if you like.

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We have plonked our tent in the middle of Victoria Gardens in

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Brighton which is already an area full of drug users, rough sleepers.

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What did we expect? Obviously people are going to turn up and

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maybe not even know why we are here protesting. I see this can actually

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as changing into a much more sort of welfare-based site. It does seem

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a relatively safe sanctuary for the homeless and venerable who the

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protesters claim are themselves victims of a failed system --

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vulnerable. I left care when I was 17 years old. I was moved into a

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hostel which is designed for recovering drug addicts and

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alcoholic, adults, not teenagers. The night before I came down here I

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was listening to two guys having an argument about who was going to get

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the next hit. That is not very good for a young person's frame of mind.

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In the nicest possible sense I am still a kid. I shouldn't be in that

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kind of environment. We have kind of become like care in the

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community. There are a lot of homeless people, people with drink

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and drug issues, we're not qualified to do this. We are trying

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to outreach to the working groups around Brighton to see what help

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they can offer. Because it is a huge issue.

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Is it that the steam is running out the protest, or just evolving into

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something else? Turning into this care, drop-in centre. But it is no

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bad thing vulnerable people are getting help. It is certainly not,

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it is great. But I wonder if we should withdraw at some point.

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There are some people who are in it for the long haul, it will be home

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until the bitter end. This is the last resort as I see it. This is

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the only effective means of protest that isn't going away. We have a

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ballot box here. Millions of people vote certain ways. You can't let a

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small number of people change the course just because they don't like

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the way the course is going. just feels right in my heart to be

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doing this. I'm too young and not satisfied with the system to just

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keep plodding along. I want to be part of making a difference, I have

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And don't forget, if you think you have got a story for me, get in

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touch. Next, Donald Campbell and Bluebird are both household names,

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but what about the guys who came up with the design for the car? Kaddy

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Lee-Preston looks at how one small Sussex company came to dream up the

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world's first fastest car. Some people say the best thing ever to

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come out of Burgess Hill is the A873, but they are wrong. -- A273.

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This town was once home to a company that designed a rather

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special car for legendary speed record breaker, Donald Campbell. A

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The Bluebird Campbell Norris 7. It was so ahead of its time that many

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believe if it ran today and could reach its top speed, it would still

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be the fastest wheel driven car in the world. I have come to the

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National Motor Museum at Beaulieu to take a fresh look at the car.

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is like a blue tiger, if you like. An iconic shape. To find out how it

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set a world record against all the odds. And to reveal the modest

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Sussex inventors, the men who made it all possible. They were very

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humble people. Never, ever said you cannot do that. They would always

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encourage you to think, OK, how might it be done? Donald Campbell

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and Bluebird became household names back in the early 60s, but

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Campbell's biographer, David Tremain, thinks the Norris brothers

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deserve the same kind of recognition. Donald Campbell is

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lorded quite rightly as the only man in history to do the water

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speed and land speed in the same calendar year, but also the Norris

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others should be lauded for that because both products were their

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designs and they played such a key part in both attempts. Without them

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it wouldn't have happened. Before the Bluebird boat and the Bluebird

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car Norris brothers were not known for designing vehicles, but Donald

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Campbell knew the brothers and had total faith in their engineering

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skills. So he asked them to design a record-breaking boat and car.

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According to Donald Stevens, Norris brothers' project coordinator, it

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was typical of them to say yes. just took on anything that most

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people would either just couldn't do or wouldn't do, from how to

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generate electricity out of the sea, to containing very cold liquids, to

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designing things like this. So how did a company more used to

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designing explosionproof boxes, wrapping machines and sweet factory

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components do it? It all began with a special method Ken Norris

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designed for finding solutions to complicated problems. He called it

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morphological thought. It was a way of making a chart which every

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single possible way of doing the job would be included, and from

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that you could then select which way was the most practical way,

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which way might have some development and from that you could

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choose all sorts of things. While Ken dealt with the

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aerodynamics Lou oversaw the mechanics and decided to power

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Bluebird with a modified aircraft engine. Hugh Standing was the car's

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main mechanical engineer. particular job was modifying the

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engine which was a turboprop engine, and we had to take the gearbox of

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the front of it and adapt that you have a drive out of the front end

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and the backend so that both ends were running at the same speed. It

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was an educational experience working on the car. It took 29,000

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man-hours of development to make Bluebird the safest, most

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technically-advanced land speed car there had ever been. And if that

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weren't enough, it also managed to be rather beautiful as well. The

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sleek, streamlined shape it a body of super strong aluminium honeycomb,

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an innovation that saved Campbell's life when he crashed the first

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laboured in the Utah desert. -- Bluebird. The accident that he had

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in 1960 was the fastest accident anyone had ever survived. Possibly

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360 mph, possibly a bit less. If you think about that for him to get

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away with an accident like that with just a skull fracture, that

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shows the strength of the car for sure. After the crash Bluebird's

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body was redesigned. Its aerodynamics were tested in this

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wind tunnel at Imperial College London. The car had to have it sexy

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humps because the tyre manufacturer Dunlop said that Bluebird needed

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huge 52 inch wheels. We were forced to have very large wheels because

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of having these streamlined covers over the top. The problem there is

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if you look at it, the front arches act as fins which are very far

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forward. If that car does deviate, that carries it even further of

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course. -- off course. The solution was to add a tall tailfin to

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stabilise the car and keep it running in a straight line. Now the

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only problem was the Australian weather. It hadn't rained there for

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20 years, but being an all British affair it rained cats and dogs as

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soon as the team got there. This exclusive footage never before seen

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on television, shows just how bad the conditions were. So bad in fact

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that Donald Campbell said the surface was like the skin on a rice

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pudding. There is no telling how deeply the rain has soaked in and

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it looks no place for a 4.5 ton car. But they went ahead anyway.

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Bluebird had to make two runs to break the record, and just managed

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it, sinking into the salt, it's barely scraping along the ground.

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The speed recorded was a new wheel driven world record of 403 mph, but

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had conditions in right, how much faster good Bluebird have gone?

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current record is 458. Bluebird at its peak with the right tyres,

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conditions, could have set a record between 450 and 475 mph on the

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right surface. The tragedy is it never did ever

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run on a surface that befitted the car itself.

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Donald Campbell died attempting a new water speed, and with his death

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went any hopes of running the Bluebird car again. The Norris

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brothers continue to innovate and invent until Ken died in 2005, and

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Lou in 2009. Neither one ever received the credit many feel they

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deserve. And neither of them would be

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particularly bothered they didn't get it, because that was their

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nature. They would have got their satisfaction in designing something

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that work. To them that was the accolade they wanted. All the same,

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it does seem a shame they are not remembered, especially in their

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home town. It is the 20th century icon. Sleek, futuristic, and unique.

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When you come to Burgess Hill, there is nothing here to show that

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this is where it was conceived and designed. And no sign that the

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Norris brother has ever existed. -- While Bluebird might have been the

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ultimate adrenalin rush what if you are after a slightly more peaceful

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state of mind? For one group of women in Surrey, singing the songs

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of their homeland is providing a way of coping with the memories of

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Some people are just healed by singing, people feel better just by

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Highfield very happy after singing. I feel my blood running through

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every part of my body. It gives me Even when I am stressed, I feel

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that when I am singing and worshipping, all the things I am

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feeling go away, in that moment I am just out of this world, it is

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like I am not in the room with other people. For these African

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women seeking asylum in Britain has not been easy. They have faced

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Leninist, isolation, hardship and depression. -- loneliness. Lorraine

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Yates is a community development worker for Surrey Community action.

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My work was to look at ways to help people think about their mental

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well-being, think about how they can make themselves well, and keep

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well. Lorraine first met the women when she was invited to a Saturday

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morning support group for Refugees. They come together to share their

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problems and difficulties. They think coming to Britain, everything

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will be straightforward and easy, and they realise that very quickly

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it is not the case. Many of the people that I work with have left

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their children back at home. That Winnie is from Zimbabwe and came to

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Britain seven years ago for her brother's funeral. Whilst here her

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husband phoned from Zimbabwe to say the political situation had got

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worse, and warned her not to return. Soon afterwards he was murdered.

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Her two young children were left in Zimbabwe, but she could not go back.

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For I couldn't describe it, terrible. I was so isolated, I was

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all a load. Feeling like crying, I said it affected me so much. -- it

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Overwhelmed with the loss and separation, life became very

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difficult for her. I was missing my children so much. Especially when I

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am a sleep, they would appear in dreams. One vivid dream was when my

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little boy, I saw him being drowned in a river, so I was trying to go

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and help him but I couldn't. When I woke up I was crying. Those were

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some of the things I faced when I came here.

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She was not the only member of the group to face problems. A sheila

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came to Britain from South Africa, leaving her baby daughter in her

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mother's care -- she left. When her mother died she was devastated. She

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couldn't return for the funeral, and was concerned for her

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daughter's safety. It has always been the stress of that as well,

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because obviously if your image -- immigration papers are not right, I

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tried, but I couldn't. Finally my immigration papers came through in

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2009. January of this year I had enough money, so I sent all the

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necessary documents that were needed, and I sent them to Zimbabwe

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for Mrs to do handymen. Within a week they were back and they

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refused my daughter to come. So I thought that was the horrible park.

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Now I had to go for counselling and will that because I was very

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stressed. I had got to that centre -- the point where I just wanted to

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die. Although they met to supported other through their problems

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Lorraine felt if they showed something they all enjoyed it would

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lift their spirits. Singing and dancing in Africa is so natural to

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them, and they would all expressed to me they sang at weddings,

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funerals, when the children were born. I had asked them all

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individually whether they sung now, With the help of a music teacher

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with the voices Foundation, the singing for well-being group was

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formed. I was invited to go and meet these people in Woking, and I

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went and that was the first time they had sung together. And that

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was just an amazing time. When they started singing, I never ever

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forget the one person who came in late and said, I cannot sing. And

:25:19.:25:29.
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we were singing a song, I can remember which some it was. And she

:25:31.:25:35.

came in and sang in harmony. She was the person he said, I cannot

:25:35.:25:43.

sing. She just sang in harmony with just a wonderful moment. And the

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group went from strength to strength. They now perform in

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public. Winnie now has her life back together. She is studying for

:25:51.:25:55.

a career in mental health. She works, and has been reunited with

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her two sons. Here is James. How you? Good day? Excellent. What have

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you been up to? Nothing. Boring day? Yes. Oh dear. Your brother is

:26:15.:26:20.

at the seaside. Lucky him. When he believes the singing group helped

:26:20.:26:29.

her. When I am singing There is some healing, something in my body.

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It has helped me so much, in so many ways. Sheila's life is also

:26:36.:26:40.

back on track. She works and is studying for a diploma in mental

:26:40.:26:44.

health. Recently she has been reunited with her daughter as well.

:26:44.:26:50.

I saw this e-mail, is it UK Border Agency, and I was dreading a permit.

:26:50.:26:54.

I opened it and said we are police to tell you we want you to print

:26:54.:27:01.

your daughter. -- pleased to tell you. I screamed and cried. I cried

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like they had already given her the visa. And here she is. I cannot say

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everything is now 100% but the one thing I really wanted to happen has

:27:11.:27:21.
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happened, and my daughter is here It gives me a lot of hope. There is

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much healing in singing. That is It is like we have all been in the

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same situation coming here, I don't think anybody can say everything

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was easy and it was a bed of roses, it has been difficult. With the

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singing it is something I look forward to that I just forget

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everything else and then I just seeing, and I'm praising God but

:27:57.:28:01.

also making myself happy. So with all the juggling of work, what am I

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going to do with money and everything, you forget about it and

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you just enjoy singing and it is That is just about it for now. You

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can get in touch. See next Monday. We will be investigating the

:28:34.:28:40.

newspaper group that will not take no for an answer.

:28:40.:28:44.

I just wanted to get them off my back. The high pressure sales

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