24/10/2016 Channel Islands News


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These are Monday's headlines: A man murdered in Jersey has been named.

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John McCarthy was stabbed to death on Friday night.

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Still in the red - A warning to Guernsey's govdrnment

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it's millions short despite attempts to plug the shortfall.

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Creepy contacts - why these lenses aren't just scary,

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The focus must be an long tdrm control of the things that `re going

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to rapidly. Creepy contacts - why these

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lenses aren't just scary, And later on this week, high

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pressure comes back in a different place. Westerly winds for the

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Channel Islands. Quite a lot of cloud around, but predominantly dry.

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I will have the forecast later in the programme.

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The 73-year-old man killed in a stabbing in Jersey has

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He died after being stabbed in Vauxhall Gardens on Friday dvening.

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Today 51-year-old Michael Charles Brown appeared

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at Jersey's Magistrates Court charged with murder.

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Michael Charles Brown was brought to court this morning

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Police say he was arrested close to the scene of Friday's st`bbing.

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He was interviewed by detectives, and charged with murder

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Today, flowers and messages lay near where 73-year-old

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Police had been called to Vauxhall Gardens on Vauxhall

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Paramedics had discovered Mr McCarthy in a driveway -

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He was treated on scene, conveyed to hospital, but subsequently

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Mr McCarthy's death has shocked those who knew him

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through his regular visits to the caf at St Helier's Lethodist

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Centre across the street, and many have paid tribute on social

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Chantel said she'd been chatting to him only last Thursday.

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While the community tries to come to terms with Mr McCarthy's death,

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today's court hearing formally remanded Michael Brown in ctstody.

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Mr Brown, who appeared in court holding a walking stick,

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was told by Magistrate Brigdt Shaw that he was to return to custody

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as he posed a risk to himself and the public.

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He will reappear on the 21st of November and again

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Guernsey needs to make radical changes to it's approach if it wants

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While the annual fiscal review showed the island

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is performing relatively well, and is already starting to lake

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the necessary changes - there are warnings some short term

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fixes won't pay off in the long term.

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What's the difference betwedn money going in to the States

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Currently around ?6-8 million pounds.

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Guernsey is operating on a deficit - and has been

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That's despite its government setting a number of rules

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specifically designed to plug the shortfall.

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Every year an independent review takes those rules -

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and weighs up how the States is performing financially.

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It looks at the risks, potential areas of concern,

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and crucially weighs up whether the budgets

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are in line with the long-tdrm objectives of the States.

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The focus must be on long tdrm control of the things that

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are growing too rapidly - and we have a transformation

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programme in the States for transforming the way

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A lot of attention should bd given to that, because it has been

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recognised that we can't kedp on doing the same things

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in the same way and providing the same level of service.

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In many ways, this report is unsurprising.

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We need to save more, spend less, and balance the books.

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So do we really need to employ two independent consultants each

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There would be a considerable degree of cycicism and scepticism

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if government was seeking to comment on its own performance and people

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So I think this is so fundalental and it's such a key part

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of the control of government that it is actually worth the small

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investment that is required to enable it to happen.

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The consultants cost ?20,000 each year.

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But when you consider they are overseeing a government

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spend of ?550 million - for now, those in government say

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Roisin Gauson, BBC Channel Islands News, Guernsey.

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Now, with Halloween just a week away, a lot of us are getting

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ready to mark the event in suitably scary fashion.

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But health experts in Jersex are warning that people

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using novelty contact lenses as part of their costume could risk

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Lucy Bickerton has been investigating.

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They are very popular. They literally fly off the shelf. We have

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doubled up on our order this year because we ran out last year.

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They may be popular, but these creepy contacts pose

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And soon shops like Marcia's could be banned from selling them.

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The States of Jersey is considering bringing the island

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into line with UK law - meaning only opticians or doctors

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Research has shown that people who obtain these products just by buying

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them and not by going through their optician or more likely to not

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follow the instructions. Thdrefore, they are at risk from incre`sed eye

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ulcerations of the eye, really quite ulcerations of the eye, really quite

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nasty things. The guidelines we use, we checked

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that the person buying is over 6, unless they are with their parents.

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We always say do not use thdm if you have got an eye infection and also

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don't exceed the stated timd. If it is one day, you keep them in for one

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day. I think in the time is seven hours so it is the same with any

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contact lenses. If you keep them contact lenses. If you keep them

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into long, it will not be good for the eye.

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Be careful when putting in your zombie eyes to match

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your zombie outfit - or risk of getting

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You're watching the BBC in the Channel Islands.

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Later in Spotlight with Justin and Victoria - Should wearing

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We'll hear from one woman who says it probably saved her life.

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Guernsey has revealed the l`test promotional film designed to attract

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It'll be shown around the world and the news comes as rumours swirl

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that Hollywood might also bd taking a fresh interest in the isl`nd.

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Beautiful scenery, a painfree commute and a good

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Some of the key messages the government hopes will m`ke

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We think the film could be fully positive for us. It is a re`lly

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effective way of conveying living and working in Guernsey and what it

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is all about. Voters will do that for you, going to events will do

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good sense of what life is like in good sense of what life is like in

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Guernsey, a film does that pretty well.

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Hollywood has its eyes on the island once again.

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Rumours are circulating arotnd tinseltown that the long

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awaited film of the novel The Guernsey Literary

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and Potato Peel Pie Society could be back in the frame.

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Last time Kate Winslet was going to be the leading lady

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but now Lily James could be the star with Mike Newell

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The Producer wasn't available for comment today.

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But before we all get carridd away, we've been here before and dven had

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So there's still a long way to go before the cameras start rolling.

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Three members of Jersey Rowhng Club are among the top 20 best

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The ladies pairs, Rosie Adamson and Kirsten West,

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finished eleventh in the World Championships in Lonaco,

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while Des Nevitt was fifteenth in the men's solo race.

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With news of a special serids of reports on the financial industry,

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here is Chris Rayner. It is Jerzy's modest employer contributes about ?1

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million per day into the local economy, but what you know `bout

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finance? The industry says ht is worth billions of pounds to the

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economies of the United Kingdom and the European Union. I will be

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looking at what it does, wh`t it is, and whether has shaken off that tax

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haven image. That is Jerzy's finance industry. This week on BBC,

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television and online. Preparations are well

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under way for this year's Across the islands, hundreds

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of volunteers are gathering collection kits and poppies

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to distribute, with one aim, I am most impressed and alw`ys have

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been by the generosity of the Jersey people. They are very much lore

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generous and it has been proved by reports that any other part of the

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UK when it comes to giving to charity.

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Today seemed a day of two h`lves - I got soaked this morning

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but was warm this afternoon - so David will it be this unsettled

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Hello. Actually, we have high pressure coming back. We had high

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pressure last week which give us those easterly winds. This `rea of

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high pressure is in a slightly different place, so a different wind

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direction for us. Tomorrow, we will see some more showers. They will be

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fairly isolated tomorrow and also I think the sometime will start to

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break through and it will start to feel quite pleasant tomorrow. Misty

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into the evening and overnight and by the morning on Wednesday morning

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we could have some fog with. So this is the weather for the prodtce that

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rain that we saw through Sunday and also this morning. That is now

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beginning to move away from us. What we are left with is a week ridge of

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high pressure but it gets stronger. By the middle of the day on

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Thursday, it is right across us Very little wind means we could have

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some fog. Hopefully during the daytime we will also get sole

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sunshine to enjoy. The heavx showers has now crossed the Channel up in

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two parts of Dorset and Somdrset and Devon. Still some left behind so we

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are not out of the woods in terms of showers. Some could turn up later on

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tonight. At the same time, we will start to season low cloud forming,

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some mist developing and becoming rather grey by the morning with

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temperatures of around 9-10dC. Tomorrow looks disappointing to

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start with but it will brighten up. Showers possible. By the afternoon,

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most of those will be gone `nd we are left with decent spells of

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sunshine towards the end of the day. 14-15dC and very light winds. They

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are coming in from the North or the North East for a good part of the

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day. Here are the times of high watt. -- water. Not a huge `mount

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for our surfers. Maybe one or two feet for most of our beaches in the

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coastal waters forecast has the winds variable and then becoming

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westerly. The rest of this week is mild and quiet. It could be a bit

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misty during the night time. Thanks, David. A quick recap of the top

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story in the Channel Islands. A man murdered in Jersey has been named as

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John McCarthy. You can also follow as online.

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That's if from the team here in the Channel Islands.

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If you've missed anything you can watch tonight's programme

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I'm back at 6.30pm on Mondax - I'll leave you with

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A woman who was seriously injured when she was knocked off her tandem

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during a charity ride though Devon is calling for helmets to bd

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Lisa Bennett from Somerset says her helmet saved her lhfe.

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Figures from Devon and Cornwall police show a 20% increase

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in cyclists injured in Devon last year, compared to six years ago

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But not everyone thinks makhng people wear helmets is the `nswer.

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Harriet Bradshaw has been hdaring the arguments for and against.

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I have flashbacks to it, recurring nightmares that make it hard to

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sleep. I am in constant pain with my back. These will all heal over time

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thankfully. Three months ago, Lisa Bennett was hit the tandem here

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Were cycling down this road, five miles per hour on Sunday morning.

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The next thing is, a car has hit you, throwing you into the `ir. You

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don't stand a chance, you are at its mercy, landing on the ground,

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slashing your head on the concrete. There is a big crack there. She is

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now campaigning for helmets to become compulsory for all cxclists.

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That would have been my head, without a shadow of a doubt. But

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with changing the law make ` difference? In Jersey, children

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under 14 must wear a helmet. Here it is not unusual to see an adtlt

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cycling without an helmet btt a child without one really st`nds out.

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This law has been in place for almost two years. No child has ever

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been prosecuted but the law was never about convicting them. It was

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about convincing them. It is a good move, it is very difficult to police

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but on the whole, it is needed and will save lives. Back in Exdter

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others are not convinced. M`ny organisations oppose compulsion

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because the over all benefits are negative. We want people to cycle

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and if more are put off cycling because helmets are compulsory, the

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overall health impact is bad. But we can do this instantly, we c`n

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protect people instantly. Whth cycling more popular but injuries

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increasing, cycle safety will be at the forefront of many minds.

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One of the region's fastest growing manufacturers is among the companies

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benefiting from the slump in the pound.

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European Springs and Pressings in Cornwall were already expanding,

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but the fall in sterling has now boosted their exports.

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Manufacturing across the region is now worth around ?13 billion

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creating around 8% of the region's jobs.

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Well, all this week we'll bd looking at the some of the less well-known

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manufacturing companies which contribute to the loc`l

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economy but are low-profile, usually under the radar.

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Neil Gallacher has this report from the Springs factory in Redruth.

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If ever there was a company that does what it says on the tin,

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it is European Springs and Pressings.

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They make springs and wire shapes from a third of a millimetrd thick

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They employ 160 people across three sites nationwide,

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A former graduate trainee at Rolls-Royce and a designdr

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In his time here, European springs have gone from an ?800,000 operation

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All of this sprang from humble beginnings.

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They started life as Perranporth Springs and Washers

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We were a very small factory in Perranporth,

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I think five or six of us, maybe getting out a very

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Obviously now it is completdly different, but we need to expand,

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We've moved here three, four years ago and we're running

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These are the kind of job opportunities Cornwall needs

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to develop its economy away from low-paid seasonal work.

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Employment here often turns out to be an education.

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That there is more than just bed springs and more than just springs

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There are springs from just this big to...

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There are so many springs and springs are everywhere.

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Their main market is automotive but they are also in products

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from iPhones to medical equhpment and their springs are in bins.

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This is a story about local manufacturing in Cornwall.

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Curver, who are literally a couple of hundred yards away

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from where we are now, approached us to help them we decide

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the spring in this bin and we are now there main

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And what about the other B word, Brexit?

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At the moment the effect has been positive in the sense

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that the exchange rate has come down, so we are effectively much

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more competitive a manufacttrer that we were a couple of months ago

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On the flip side of that, our raw materials are coming

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in from Europe and the far dast and those have gone up,

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so it is a balancing act but that effect is generally good

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for us at the moment, but I don't think it

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This firm is increasingly high profile, recently

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coloured springs to tension the fabric canopies that kedp

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West Ham fans dry at the former Olympic Stadium and supplying

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window displays by liberty of London.

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Spring really do get almost everywhere.

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We will be looking at more south-west businesses through the

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week. It's time for the sport now

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and Natalie and Andy are here with a summary of what s

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been happening over the weekend Exeter City supporters have voted

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to ask the club to renegoti`te the contract of manager Paul

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Tisdale. The League Two club are owndd

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by their fans through the Exeter City Supporters Trust

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and passed the motion Andy Birkett's been

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following the story. So it this the beginning of the end

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of one of football's Who knows? It is no secret that

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sections of the crowd have been calling for Paul Tisdale to go. The

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board says a motion was table and approved to get some claritx on what

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his existing contract is unwanted to find out if there is a notice period

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they can activate. So they can renegotiate a deal benefici`l to him

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and the club. I am not sure how Paul Tisdale has reacted to this news.

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Quite a complicated situation. I am guessing not helped by another poor

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result at home at the weekend. Another defeat at Saint Jamds Park.

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They keep on coming. You wotld be hard pressed to blame the m`nager.

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To make matters worse, they got in each other's way and left it to the

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Cambridge striker. A few minutes later there was another goal. After

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ten minutes, they were 2-0 down They have only won twice in the

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league in the last few months. Club legend has it that back in 0914

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they're well-documented tour to South America, one of the players,

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Dickie Pimm, came back with a souvenir, a parrot that livdd a very

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happy, long life at Saint J`mes Park but when he did die, he was buried

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at the way goal and. What followed was a horrendous play off form.

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Things got so bad, the body was exhumed and they hoped that would

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change their fortunes. Youth think there might be a sparrow at the

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little and still? Hope not. Better news elsewhere. Wins for Yeovil and

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Plymouth Argyle who extend their lead at the top to four points.

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When you're bottom of the ldague, this is the last thing you need

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The Newport keeper was given his marching orders

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for bringing down Jordan Sldw, leaving Graham Carey to put

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A wonder strike to bring the home side back into it.

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That was as good as it got for the hosts.

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Graham Carey went the other way with his second penalty.

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With Newport pushing for an equaliser, Jordan Sldw found

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himself in acres of space to make it three.

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That is 12 games unbeaten now for Argyle.

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Yeovil Town are on a run of their own.

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Matt Dolan's superb free kick the difference between the sides.

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That is three wins on the bounce for The Glovers who are now one

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A couple of good wins there but changing sport, not brilliant news

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for the Chiefs. Another tight game but another defeat. But for Baxter

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will be happier. The game against Clermont, he felt the players heads

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dropped. At least in Ulster when they did concede this try, they

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fought back and did really well and gave them a chance to win. Puite an

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exciting end to it. Brilliant end to the game. Gareth scored a bdautiful

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job role. -- drop goal. When things are not going your way, this

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happens. Ulster went home whth that win and sadly their chance of

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getting out of the Champions Cup group had a big blow. Rob is hoping

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this will kick-start their season. They have Bath on Sunday. All they

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can do is hope that is an improvement and keep on going.

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And finally, thanks to everxone who put forward nominations

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We've had a fantastic response and will start to wade

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Now it's time for a look at the weather and it became decidddly

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autumnal over the weekend. The wind got up and all the leaves c`me down

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all in one go but hopefully things will improve as the week gods on

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because it is half term for a lot of people. David, we are looking for

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that awful range shot to disappear behind you. I have not used a rain

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warning graphic for it seems like weeks. What want a though. For good

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reason because we have the combination of heavy rain, they have

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been going since last might and leaves coming off the trees blocking

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up the drains, so the chancd of the few big puddles around over the next

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few hours as well as more hdavy rain in the form of showers across Devon

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and Cornwall, and it is causing problems on the roads. Along with

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that, low cloud and mist and that is the reason why the Met office have

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issued a warning about this heavy rain. Tomorrow it is much brighter.

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There may well be a lot of list around, a few showers but they are

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fairly isolated. A lot brighter for most of us. As we move throtgh this

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week, high pressure coming back Last week we had the key easterly

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winds. This week the high-pressure in a slightly different place. We

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have a fair amount of cloud cover in south-western England now. The

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weather front trickles away and splits one line of showers

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disappears to the east, the remnants moving further away from us and what

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we are left with is a ridge of high pressure which comes in for the

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middle of the week and it is this which is around for most of this

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week, probably the weekend `nd next week or so. We see westerly winds

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rather than easterly winds. This is the picture for Thursday. Whth those

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wins coming in off the LMT, a modern feel. A fair amount of cloud but by

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the weekend, high-pressure becomes quite strong. It settles thhngs

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quite down, more autumnal wdather with mist and fog in the night-time

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and some sunshine during thd daytime. This evening, the rain we

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have seen is still around and is still giving some pretty torrential

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downpours. Gradually migrathng northwards and a lot of the heavy

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showers drifting towards London What we are left with is a lot of

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low cloud, very murky, mistx conditions. Temperature is no lower

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than between eight and 10 ddgrees. A mild start. And then we will start

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to see things brighten up. There is just the chance of a nicely to chat,

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but most of the day is dry compare to what we have seen today.

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Temperatures will be higher than they have been today, up to 40 or 50

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degrees. Quite a nice day for the Isles of Scilly, fine and dry with

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sunshine. Times of high watdr. - 14 or 15 degrees. Not much for our

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surface. The waves are pretty small now. For the coastal waters

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forecast, it is quiet, vari`ble winds, eventually those wins

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becoming westerly, force fotr, mainly fair with good visibhlity. We

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will see a bit more of this, list and some fog patches. Wednesday

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should be a largely fine and dry day. Temperatures quite a bht up, 16

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degrees, a bit more of a westerly breeze. Thursday and Friday, we

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could have problems first thing in the morning with mist and fog.

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Inside Out is at 7:30pm herd on BBC One and I am back at 10:30pl. From

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all of us here, good night.

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