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Thursday, some mist and fog problems through the week ahead but a summery

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feel over the next few days and turning more unsettled, then, at the

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end of the week. This is BBC News,

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with Martine Croxall. We'll be taking a look at tomorrow

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morning's papers in a moment. The Democrat's presidential

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candidate, Hillary Clinton, is said to be suffering

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from pneumonia. Her doctor said she'd been

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dehydrated but was now recovering. Commemorations have been taking

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place to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks

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in the United States. Ceremonies began with a moment's

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silence at the exact time the first plane hit the World Trade

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Center's North Tower. NHS leaders in England say

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the organisation's cash crisis has reached a "tipping point," and it's

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now "Mission Impossible" to balance the books while trying

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to maintain standards. And Great Britain's rowers lead

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the gold rush on day four of the Rio Hello, and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the papers will be With me are Joel Taylor,

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Deputy News Editor of the Metro, and Ben Chu, Economics Editor

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for the Independent. Tomorrow's front pages,

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starting with this. The Independent leads

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on commemorations of the 9/11 Hilary Clinton's early exit

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from 9/11 celebrations The presidential

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hopeful felt "faint." Hilary Clinton's health scare

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also covers the front The Guardian leads on Britain's

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Paralympics success. Lora Turnham, left,and pilot

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Corrine Hall celebrate taking gold in the 3,000m individual

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cycling pursuit. "Something has to give,"

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warnings over NHS funding from a senior health chief

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are the lead for the Metro. More allegations about

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the Labour MP Keith Vaz feature on the front

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page of the Mirror. On the front page of the FT is this

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harrowing imagine of babies being carried through the rubble

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following an airstrike on rebel-held

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area of Aleppo. Don't pack away your sun

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tan lotion just yet, there's a mini autumn

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heatwave on the way, Let's talk about how The Telegraph

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is reporting the health scare of Hillary Clinton in public. It says

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the health has been the topic of many Donald Trump supporters. Now we

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know that she was diagnosed with pneumonia two days ago. There were

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many videos on line with construe the theories over her health. Donald

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Trump has questioned whether she has the stamina to serve as president.

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She was coughing a few days ago. Now it seems she has been diagnosed with

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pneumonia on Friday. She painted quite publicly today at the 9/11

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commemoration is. -- fainted. It will be a serious problem with us.

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There will be questions about whether she is fit enough to be

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president. Per doctor says she is recovering nicely and she has been

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on antibiotics. She has a very busy time in the next couple of weeks.

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Yeah. It is so gruelling, these American election. Think about our

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own elections, with Prime Minister is having to fly to Scotland and

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Northern Ireland, except us. It is tiring just to read about it. But

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going across the entirety of the United States, two months of that, I

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would not want to do it in the best of health, let alone with pneumonia.

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It is a difficult story for the Democrats. They have to shape up.

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The question at the moment is that what we thought was a conspiracy

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theory about Hillary Clinton's health from Donald Trump might have

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substance to it. We did not know she was diagnosed with pneumonia. We had

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to be kept in the loop about that. They have to be upfront. Otherwise

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it might be claimed they are hiding something serious. Britons face

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these are the due visit Europe. There could be a holiday tax levied

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against us after leaving the EU. Brexit hitting home. We did not hear

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about this during the campaign. They were not keen to advertise a ?10

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holiday tax. Bad as night follows day, if you leave the EU, you do not

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get the freedom of the EU, to travel and go on holiday freely. We don't

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know it will happen. They may trade it off and do a deal. But it is

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certainly in play it we leave the EU. We might have to pay to go on

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holiday. We could have a tax for them coming here. Absolutely. That

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would be beneficial to the economy, maybe, but I am not sure about that.

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It shows how little the government knows about where they want to go

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with the whole leaving the EU issue. Brexit may mean more bureaucracy for

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all of us. The Metro. The story we have been talking about all day. The

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NHS. Something has to give. A warning from Chris Copson who

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represents hospitals and other providers in the country. There are

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?10 billion coming into the NHS in England. Yet, they are still saying

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it is not enough. Yeah. In a sense the message has not changed for a

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few years from people like the providers and the senior doctors, et

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cetera. They are saying we do not have the resources to do our job.

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The settlement is not going down in real terms. So many people are using

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the service we are getting a resources cart effectively. They

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have been saying that for a long time. What has changed is they are

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raising the volume. They have a new Prime Minister and they need to turn

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it up. They want more resources at a time when they are clearly under

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pressure. There is also the issue of social care. People well enough to

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go home but they stay there and there is no one to look after them

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once they are discharged. If you did sort out social care it might change

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things a little bit for the NHS. It is a massive problem. We had figures

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last week showing a record number of patients that could leave but had

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nowhere to go. It is a difficult problem. Fundamentally we have to

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remember that in comparison to other countries like France and Germany we

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don't spend equivalent levels on the NHS. So if we want this seven-day

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NHS which Jeremy Hunt is talking about the health chiefsare saying we

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need to focus on that. Maybe we need a tax especially for the NHS. Many

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people don't like that for reasonable grounds. Linking a

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certain tax to a certain service buying the hands of government and

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makes it harder for them to inject more emergency money in the future.

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But you could help the public. Definitely. But unfashionable causes

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will get less money if everything gets its own tax. You create

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problems for yourself. I can understand not wanting to go down

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that road. You have bigger problems. If you want to spend on the NHS you

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have to pay for it. That is a difficult sell. The Telegraph. A

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story about the number of children reported as potential extremists

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doubling. Where have these figures come from? A freedom of information

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from the Telegraph themselves. A new law from last year says children or

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anyone has to be identified at risk of extremism to be put through

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deradicalise and in those sorts of measures. 2300 of them are under 18.

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52 of them were under age nine. Given there is a new law coming in

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officially saying authorities have to do this we shouldn't be surprised

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there is a big leap. It does underline the scale of the danger

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and the threat. People will be incredulous that people that young

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could be radicalised. Certainly they have been cases where children have

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been taken to one of these causes but they have been found to be doing

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nothing suspicious whatsoever. But they are trying to show they are

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taking action to try to stop the problem of radicalisation at its

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source. The Financial Times. Man carrying babies through the rubble

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of Aleppo, one of the two provinces near Idlib. We are expecting for

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this ceasefire to come into effect tomorrow night. But some groups are

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wondering whether that will happen. Yes. We have seen in the run-up to

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the ceasefire supposed to start tomorrow 100 odd people dying in

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bombings in the last day. There are so many desperate groups trying to

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bring to the table the idea of ceasing shooting. Bringing them to

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the table is the next step. There is greater cooperation between the US

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and Russia now. Whether they have the influence to force some kind of

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more sensible and meaningful negotiations, hopefully they will.

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Not so long ago that was unimaginable, that kind of

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cooperation between those two. The Americans have made the choice that

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of the two evils, Islamic State are the worst one. They have decided on

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their priority. That has led to this quiet potentially landmark agreement

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on Saturday. There is the chance now that President Assad's role will

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continue for some time. At one point rebels said they will not take part

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in any talks if there was a chance he would be left in power for any

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time. Again, I think that is a symbol of the fact the Americans

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have changed their mind. President Assad leaving would have been the

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key thing that the Americans would have said had to happen. They are

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downplaying that now. That is a big shift. You wonder if that could

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happen as well. You could wonder if all those civilians needed to diet.

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It is a hard conclusion to come to. President Assad being allowed to

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stay in office. Even the choice the international powers have, it may be

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the lesser of two evil is. The Telegraph. They are doing well with

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us tonight. The nation breathes a sigh of relief as Helen Archer is

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found not guilty. This is a story that has gripped Radio 4 fans of

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Archers. It has gone on for 2.5 years. It is clever how they worked

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on that. It has been. A story I have experienced entirely vicariously. I

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have not listened to a single episode of the Archers in ten years.

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It is impossible to miss it. Everyone is talking about it. It is

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a great and social old fashioned social drama. It speaks to something

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the nation is interested in. It gets everyone around a topic and around

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the show in the way people used to. Now be fragmented digital

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entertainment world we live in, we don't tend to have these moments. It

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is great. A meeting of the wireless and social media. The #freehelen

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hashtag. People saying she has to be found not guilty. She was accused of

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the attempted murder of her husband who was abusing her. It has been

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fascinating to see how it has gripped people. Obviously, the

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storyline will continue because I gather that there is a hearing

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incoming about where the children will be living. We will see what

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happens when we come to it. There is also the fact she isn't going to

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prison. These writers are very skilled. It is never the end. There

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is always something more that you can do and other characters you can

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bring in and all these are very cool. The Guardian. The British

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Paralympian success. Six gold medals. Laura Turner on the left and

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her colleague celebrating gold in the 3000 metre individual cycling.

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And the rowing, Britain has done well. David has done well, missing

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the birth of his fourth child so he can take part in the current mix. It

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is always inspiring, these sorts off of them. The Paralympics is

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particularly moving. Some of the difficulties they have to overcome

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before they even start training is incredible. Yes. Terrific. We asked

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second in the table. To China! I wonder why we don't make more out of

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that. We are in the... When we were in the Olympics everyone was talking

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about the incredible performance, in comparison to 2012. This is just as

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impressive. Not even on home turf. Maybe there is a case that we should

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blow the trumpet a bit more for the Paralympian is. We have done our bit

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for the moment. Not enough. There is more that we can do. Thank you

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