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Our headlines tonight: Music therapy.

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Who should pick up the bill for residential care?

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From today, you keep more of your savings, so what

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do those providing social care make of it?

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It is a positive step but like everything else, it masks a much

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deeper problem. Teaching others about

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Parkinson's, Sharon Martin was The row over where

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electicity pylons should A High Court judge

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and the granddaughter In tonight's sport,

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Swansea's slipping closer The warning tonight

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from the head coach. History has been made. What a

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tremendous moment for the scholars. tributes to David Parry Jones

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who has died at the age of 83. Who should pay for us if we go

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into care and how much of our savings should

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we have to spend? It's expensive and for some,

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care costs mean selling your home and emptying

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bank accounts. Today the limit on the amount

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of savings that can be kept has been lifted from ?24,000

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and will eventually rise to 50. Local authorities will be

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for funding the difference. The Minister for social services

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visiting a care home. She says the changes announced by the government

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today it will enable more people to keep more of their money. Until now

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people have only been able to keep ?24,000 silk on the day that goes up

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to ?30,000 but over the course of this assembly, we will take extra

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steps to take that up to ?50,000 that people can keep before starting

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the paper residential care. The most recent census shows that 16,500

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people over the age of 65 are in residential care homes in Wales.

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1,000 should benefit one is the limit is lifted to ?50,000. There

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are worries about the pressure it will put on cancelled. I only

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concern is the fact there is going to be enough money in the local

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authorities budgets to be able to fund people properly and not the

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spread their limited resources to thinly and then providers find they

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haven't got a viable business and have the close and the distress that

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causes the people. Residential care can cost ?30,000 a year, forcing

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some people to sell their homes were depleted a lifetime of savings.

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Cynthia's mother is in a care home in Wrexham after developing

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dementia. She says the increase in it will take some of the worry away

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from those arranging Kevin Rudd once. That is a big consideration

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for families when looking for care homes and looking at these. The fact

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it is likely to go up again will be good news for them. Using therapy is

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part of the timetable at this home in Wrexham but some in the industry

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have concerns about things like this could be at risk. It is a ?49 a year

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in funding gap and eager steps are needed. It is a positive step but

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like everything else, it masks a much deeper problem. Social care is,

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as the government rightly stresses, a sector of national strategic

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importance. It currently is in something of a dysfunctional state

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even though it underpins the NHS in Wales and what we need to do is see

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a much better planned approach. In improvements to social services have

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been promised with an extra ?55 million in the next year. Today's

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Welsh government announcement is music to the ears of many residents

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and their relatives. There are those in the social care sector and local

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government who feared a less than major financial shortfall was

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addressed, it could ring hollow. 8,000 people in Wales

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live with Parkinson's disease and there is

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warning tonight that unless more investment

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is found for research and

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treatment, it is unlikely a cure will be found.

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Parkinson's UK said urgent action is needed to help

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Sometimes people with Parkinson's have this problem with their hands.

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Sharon was just 39 when she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.

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It started with a small tremor in her arm. She wants people to

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understand that now tasks that look simple but difficult for her and

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there's no escape. I can't ever take my club of. It ensure world upside

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down. It is a feeling of grief. It sudden grief. Parkinson's disease is

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a progressive neurological condition. The nerve cells a

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messages to the price of the brain that coordinate movement die.

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Currently it cannot be prevented or cured. The main drug people with the

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disease rely on has not changed in over 50 years. The charity

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Parkinson's UK say there are many misunderstandings about the disease.

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45% are unsure or wrongly think it is to prevent Parkinson's disease.

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77% think there is no limit to the amount of time medication works for

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and 60% incorrectly believe medication does more than mask

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symptoms. The starting point for researchers at Cardiff University is

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to find out more about the disease itself. Parkinson's disease is a

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complex genetic disorder but we hope that the work we're doing at Cardiff

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University will integrate the understanding into the biology that

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is underpinning this disease that will be useful for future research.

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There is ground-breaking research already underway. Sharon is part of

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a study which sees 41 patients have for magnitudes paste into their

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brains. A protein known to support the survival of brain cells,

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including the ones most in Parkinson's, I pumped into the brain

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with pinpoint accuracy. The results are not yet known. Detailed medical

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research costs money and those supporting the charity want more.

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What we all want is to find a cure for a lot more research needs to be

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going in and trying to get all different bodies to put money into

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research so we can find a cure. Sharon says she will continue to

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fight while she waits for the next is very medical advances but even

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being part of trials in these early stages has given her help. I'm very

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optimistic for the future. I'm 47 and I need to live my life and I

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need to live my life Parkinson's free.

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A driver has told Cardiff Crown Court he doesn't remember the crash

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which killed his five-year-old stepson.

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Five-year-old Joseph Smith suffered multiple injuries when the

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car he was travelling in hit oncoming traffic on Western Avenue

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The court was told he was not using a booster seat.

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Dean Collins denies causing death by dangerous driving.

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Official figures show an increasing number of Welsh children are seeking

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help for depression and suicidal thoughts.

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Welsh government figures suggest more than 11,000 children

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were referred for counselling last year and the number of counselling

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sessions for suicide concerns increased by 25%.

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A High Court judge is being asked to overturn a decision to allow 12.5

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miles of electricity pylons in North Wales because of

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their impact on an historic Tudor farmhouse.

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The cables would run close to the birthplace of Katherine

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of Berain, granddaughter of King Henry Tudor

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who is also known as the

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Lawyers for the UK Government insist the link to two

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wind farms is of strategic importance.

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The Queen 's High Court sitting in Anglesey, the setting for this

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challenge to the UK Government's Secretary of State for energy. It's

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a grade two start listed building and Katheryn of Berain used to live

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here in the 16th century. John is the one funding the case, owner and

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former at the farmstead in the hills north of Denbigh. He has been told

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by his lawyer is not to talk about the dispute but he was happy to tell

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me about his home and its place in the history of Tudor Wales. There is

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and historical boundary that has been here for 500 years and there

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are still the same, all the hedgerows are in the same place as

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they wear 500 years ago. Here as custodians and as generations have

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been here before us and it will be generations after us and we are only

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here for a period and then we have the work with a grade two story

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listed building and we got to look after what we've got. The line of

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pylons running from two wind farms would pass close to the place, close

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enough it is claimed to have a significant effect on the farmstead

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and its setting. The project has faced opposition. This is beautiful

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countryside, there is no argument about that. Not on a door here and

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you often get this response. It should be underground, that's what I

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think. You don't have to go underground on the way but when

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accountabilities. That is the nub of it, should or could the cables be

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put underground here? Developers say the pylons will look something like

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these, wooden poles up to 15 metres tall and spaced 100 metres apart.

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Insist putting them underground would be too costly and also argued

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they have considered all the options. This case is what is called

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a edition review, a questioning of the procedure which led the

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progression of the pylons being given the priceless. In a nutshell,

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the government are being challenged about how much weight they gave to

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the historic significance of the place and whether they fully

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considered putting these cables underground. The judge has said he

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will reserve his judgment. A 55-year-old man has been jailed

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for five years after he burned down his farmhouse in Whitland

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in Carmarthenshire. Charles Chestnut set his

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?250,000 home on fire after Swansea Crown Court

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heard how firefighters found him having a barbecue

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after he started the blaze. Workers at the Wrexham-based Dee

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Valley water company are in consultation with its new owners,

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Severn Trent Water, over job losses. Bosses say there are areas

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of duplication and they haven't been able to find alternative roles

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for 14 Concerns were raised before

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the takeover in February. The First Minister has attacked

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the record of Independent council candidates in Wales,

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accusing them of not having any principles

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or He was speaking at the Labour

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campaign launch for next month's council elections in which

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he also admitted that there were problems caused by the party's

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divisions at Westminster. They may be enthusiastic but are the

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voters keen to keep Labour in control in more than half of Wales

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Ceredigion County Council? It was more cappuccino and croissants and

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beer and somebody's but Carwyn Jones insisted Labour is still a party for

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working people before turning his fight on the threats from rival

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parties and the many hundreds of independent candidates that are such

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a feature of Welsh council elections. We know that in some

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parts of Wales there will be a ragbag of independence, they have

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been members of other parties humming together without a coherent

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programme and no principles. Labour-controlled 12 out of 22 Welsh

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local authorities. These are heavily concentrated on the M4 M corridor

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and in the South Wales valleys. Results in Ceredigion County Council

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collections can swing dramatically. In 1995 for example, Labour had 725

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councillors elected. In 2008, it went down to just 345. Then it

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bounced back up to 577 in the last Ceredigion County Council but in

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2012. It's all very pleasant here in Newport but no one pretends within

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Labour ranks they got anything other than a tough fight ahead. The

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combination of the high water mark five years ago and troubles at

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Westminster will all contribute but what the party is holding on to is

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that many predicted substantial losses in the assembly election last

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year and those losses never came. Because of the current backdrop,

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Carwyn Jones has admitted it will be difficult to avoid losses. I don't

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think there's been a huge amount of excitement, it seems to be more

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damage limitation than anything else. I don't think that's right,

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given we have 944 candidates, by far the biggest number of candidates of

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any party. It's going to be tough. Not as it was in 2012, a lot of work

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to do. We've got good candidates, a good track record and people are on

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the street listening to people and through that hard work, we want to

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do well in May. Whether it's glass half-full or empty for Labour, it's

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going to be a busy month ahead. Still to come, are Swansea running

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out of time to stay in the Premier After the warmest weekend

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of the year so far, what is in store There's been a boom in books that

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you can read online and these days all the information you need can be

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found at your fingertips but it seems young people haven't been put

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off using local libraries. that number has been growing over

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the last five years. But on the whole,

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regular library use has Libraries gave us power, so say the

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manic Street preachers. This library in that respect is a powerhouse.

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Around half a million items were in the last year, is one of the best

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performing library is in the UK. It's about as far removed from a

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dusty old library as you can get. After major renovations in 2012.

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There are plenty of young users here. I like the facilities because

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there's so much variation for different people and there's

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computers so if I need to look something up quickly, I can do that

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and it all with books! I've been brought up using the library. The

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type of work I do, the library has become quite vital for my type of

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work. I think it's about taking advantage of what's available.

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Research shows there's been an increase in library usage across

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Wales. Up from 45% in 2011 to 46% last year. But there has been a

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sharp decline in frequent use, down from 57% 2011 to 41% last year. In

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the last seven years, one in six library is across Wales has closed.

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Tumble used to have a library but there are now just empty shelves

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here at the village hall. The library workers just sat here. There

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were a couple of computers to the side. Volunteers like Pat tried to

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run the service but ultimately, there were not enough users. We just

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didn't get the footfall. We tried very hard. I used to do a Friday

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afternoon myself. We were open twice a week as the original library had

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been. Tuesdays and Fridays. We just didn't get the footfall. It had

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closed so to reopen in Italy difficult. Over the border in

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Pembrokeshire, a new county library is being built at the old market.

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The aim is to attract more new breeds users by providing more

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services under one roof. In order to get more visitors to libraries, they

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talk about having more services under one roof and that is what we

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are doing here so as well as a county library will also have a copy

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shop, it will have a national quality gallery with their

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collections on display. The truce information Centre or under one

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roof. With the squeeze on Ceredigion budgets set to continue, if slightly

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more robust revisiting bigger libraries in future to get lost in a

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good book. Swansea City's boss has

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warned his players they will be playing championship football next

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season unless they vastly

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improve their performance. Paul Clement says his side

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is finding it difficult to perform due to anxiety over

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the club's predicament. They have just six games

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left to ensure their Just a few weeks ago, it looks like

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Swansea City would escape a relegation fight. They were scoring

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goals, sitting five points clear of the drop zone and celebrations like

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this by the manager should the Passion and belief he had brought to

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the club but things have changed. Swansea are back in trouble and now

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find themselves in a situation where they need teams above them the slip

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up. The table shows just how tight things are. Swansea said two points

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behind how and Crystal Palace Campolo six points clear from them

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the night if they beat Arsenal. The defeated the West Ham on Saturday

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was their whisper form and is under Paul Clement. He says the side are

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playing with fear. They are clearly anxious. That showed in the way that

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they played. The rhythm of our football, a conference with the

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ball. We made a massive amount of mistakes, but we have to deal with

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that. Otherwise we're going to be playing in championship next year.

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There is still, I believe, a lot that can happen. Time is running out

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on the road to survival won't be easy. There are six games left

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Swansea City to ensure their Premier League pitcher. That's 18 points

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left to play for the teams around them of course could decide fate.

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But these other matches Swansea have left. Watford away their Saturday,

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followed by Stoke at home and then Manchester United away at next

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month, their last three games of the season see them play Everton at

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home, followed by bottom of the table Sunderland away and could all

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come down to the very last game of season, West Brom will be the final

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game at Liberty Stadium. Could that 90 minutes decide their destiny?

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Paul Clement has spoken about his players feeling the pressure and at

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the ground today, many supporters were despondent although some feel

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the job can still be done. After that performance at West Ham, I

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don't know if we have, I don't know if the fight is there. They are

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feeling the pressure at the moment. I can see them staying up. I hope

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they do but were up against it. It's going to be close. Hopefully they

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have enough to get through. Swansea now they have a huge fight on our

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hands and training this week will undoubtedly be intense but football

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is a funny old game and it's not over yet.

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With just ten days to go until the Lions

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squad was announced, Sam

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Warburton has had a scan on his knee.

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The 28-year-old scored his side 's first try but came off during

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Ospreys fly-half Dan Biggar is still being assessed

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following a knock to the head during Saturday's Pro12

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The Olympian and two-time world triathlon champion Helen Jenkins has

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ruled herself out of the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast

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The 33-year-old is expecting a baby at the end of July.

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The Cardiff Devils will have to settle for just the two trophies

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They lost to rivals Sheffield Steelers yesterday in the

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After securing the regular-season title

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and the Challenge Cup, they were hoping to

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become the first team to

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He was known as the voice of Welsh rugby.

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Tributes have been paid tonight to the broadcaster David

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In a career spanning many decades, he

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famously commentated on Llanelli's historic win over

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He also presented this programme for many years.

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He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease

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eight years ago and died in a hospice in Penarth this morning.

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But the breath. Assured, authoritative, is married. David

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Parry Jones, a distinctive voice during the golden age of Welsh

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rugby. He was in the commentary box for that match, the day Llanelli

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humbled the mighty all Blacks. He was equally as proud of commentating

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the game as I was as a player to have played in the game. He was so

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kind because I didn't have a clue. I was a novice. He was knowledgeable

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about rugby, he loved the game he was a gentleman. His contribution to

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Rugby Union football is incredible. His contribution to the BBC,

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outstanding. He loved Wales. He spoke fairly about Wales. When he

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did a game, he was 50 50 and believe that, he was a proud Welshman. He

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was proud of his education at Merton College, Oxford, and started out as

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a journalist with the times before working intelligent. -- in

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television. A familiar face on BBC Wales today in the 60s, 70s and 80s,

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David Parry Jones Oglaigh na hEireann elegance and charm made him

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popular with colleagues and the occasional celebrity. He was a

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wordsmith and David was always looking for new ways of describing

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things, even describing a simple thing like a catch in cricket or a

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punt in rugby. He lived life to the full. He loved people generally. He

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was really a very special guy, a very class act. In later years, he

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was cared for at his home in Cardiff by his long-term partner, Betty

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George, after being diagnosed with hot summers. The couple filmed a

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documentary together, raising awareness of the challenges of

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living with the condition. It prompted a public debate about

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dementia care. Betty George described him as a kind, gentle and

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handsome man. David Parry Jones who has

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died at the age of 83. The weather is next.

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We enjoyed a taste of summer over the weekend. A few places recorded

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21 Celsius. It's going to be a while before we see temperatures that high

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again. Cool and cloudy this afternoon. Some lovely sunshine,

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ideal for a walk around the lakes. This evening, fine and dry the most

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of us, just the odd isolated shower. Generally dry overnight. A cool

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night to with temperatures in a brawl sports dipping low enough for

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a ground frost. Tomorrow, France will bring rain to the north and

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west of Scotland, further south high pressure will keep things drive.

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Here's the picture for eight in the morning. Quite pleasant. Cool but

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dry and bright. Some sunshine and light winds. More cloud in the north

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and breezy on the coast. The temperature around 9 degrees. Not a

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bad day tomorrow. Dry with bright or sunny spells. It may cloud over in

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the North later in the afternoon. Some cloud spelling in from the

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Irish Sea. Temperatures up to 14 Celsius. The best of the sunshine in

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the morning. 11 degrees. Tomorrow evening, cloud will spread down from

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the north. Dry overnight but rain not too far from the north coast by

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the end of the night. Then on Wednesday, a cold front will slide

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its way southwards so Wednesday, a little more unsettled, breezy and a

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few showers. Some dry weather glimpses of sunshine as well. On

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Thursday, we may see spots of light rain in parts of mid and North

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Wales. Elsewhere, dry with sunny intervals. Good Friday, a little

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rain, most of it in the north-west. Very little rain in the South East.

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Eastern weekend, a little bit mixed. A few showers, a cold breeze but

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some reasonable weather as well. But is caught your but it could be a lot

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worse. The headlines: funeral of PC Keith

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Palmer who was killed in last month Westminster attack has been held at

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London. Thousands of police officers from all over the country lined the

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route as the funeral cortege set out from the Palace of Westminster. He

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was guarding the Houses of Parliament when he was stabbed by

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Khalid Masood. I will have an update

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for you here at 8:00 and again That's all for today,

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thank you for watching.

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