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These are Tuesday's headlinds: and on BBC One we now join

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Educated guess - a new plan for Guernsey's education system

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No research, no public constltation. It really needs evidence -b`sed

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research, needs public meethngs and consultation, which they will no way

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managed to do in two weeks. Smooth landing - what Heathrow's

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expansion could mean Slowing down - could all

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parishes in Jersey become The split over the future

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of Guernsey's education appdars Three of the five education

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committee members have They want a non-selective sxstem

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with the grammar school and college Seven months ago, the last

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government voted for changes to the education system. The 11 plts was on

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its way out and the island would move to a three school model. But a

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few weeks later, the public had their say at the polls. Manx of the

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current politicians were eldcted on a pro-selection promise. Since then

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the education committee has been divided. The president wants the

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debate revisited in November but the vice president presented his own

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vision. We are going to try and keep class sizes exactly where they are

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now, which is smaller than the UK. We would look to try and prdserve

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the best elements of the gr`mmar school. He is proposing an dnd to

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selection, but the grammar school and college of further educ`tion

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should be merged into a higher learning Institute. But not everyone

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is convinced. The head of the grammar school PTA said she is

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surprised and the plan has dmerged without any consultation. I am

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amazed how sketchy they are. It is random statement that don't have any

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foundation. There is no resdarch, no public consultation. It needs

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evidence -based research, ndeds public meetings and consult`tion

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which they will no way manage to do in two weeks. Politicians whll make

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a binding decision on the ftture of the school system next month. This

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man is hoping this last-ditch attempt will sway the debatd.

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Airlines serving the Channel Islands have welcomed the news that

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Heathrow, rather than Gatwick is the favoured option

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BBC Transport Correspondent Paul Clifton

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is at Gatwick airport, and H asked him about the implications

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Almost half the passengers here use easyJet. Both easyJet and fly be

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said they didn't want a second runway at Gatwick because it would

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be paid for through higher landing fees. Affairs would have to

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increase. They wanted the extra runway at Heathrow and they were

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both like to run flights from the Channel Islands into Heathrow if and

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when a third runway has been built. Doug Bannister has said this today.

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I think Gatwick would have been a more compelling argument for Jersey.

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It was half the cost on land already set aside and didn't mean hdavy

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infrastructure. Jersey is vdry well served with the connectivitx. We

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have to be cautious at this stage because we don't even know when

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building work will be starthng? There will be a period of

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consultation for about a ye`r. After that the government will consider

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the results. Then there will be a vote in the House of Commons. After

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that could follow four years of formal planning process. During that

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period there will be protests and legal challenges. The very darliest

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a new runway could open at Heathrow is at least ten years from now.

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Don't expect direct flight from Guernsey and Jersey to Heathrow any

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time soon. The body of a middle-aged

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man has been found in Police were called to the scene

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first thing this morning, after a call from a member

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of the public.The investigation The investigation into

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the circumstances surrounding As demolition work begins

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at the Jungle camp in Calais, the French plan to disperse migrants

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has brought one group to a village in Normandy,

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a few miles from the islands. Roisin Gauson reports on th`t

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development and on one islander s Four hours Drive from Calais, this

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group of migrants arrive at another temporary home. 45 young man from

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Afghanistan exchanging the squalor of the jungle camp for warm beds and

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fresh food. This is the Hotdl Miramar, empty at this time of year,

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were a local team have been working to ensure the new arrivals `re made

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to feel welcome. This tiny village has less than 1000 residents. It's

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on the coast, 30 miles from Cherbourg and on a clear dax you can

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see jersey on the horizon. The mayor has supported the decision to

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transfer migrants here, but do villagers agree? 80% of the houses

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are empty in this part of the year. I am concerned for the people

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because we are not sure if the will be reflected. It is a human reflex

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to welcome them. Across the water in Guernsey, one island has sedn the

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plight of refugees at close hand. Sarah Griffiths works hard to

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provide support for those in need. When they are dumped, if yot like,

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which is what it must feel like into either account or on the

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streets, and some of them are on the streets here because I have seen

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them for myself. There is nothing for them. Suddenly they havd lost

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everything, lost all hope. What have they got left? Back in Norm`ndy the

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new arrivals can apply for `sylum in France. But the pull of the UK

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remains strong and their glhmpses of the Channel Islands may prove a

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temptation they cannot resist. In Jersey, one of the island's most

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senior judges has said he doesn t want Jersey seen as a backdoor

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for illegal migration to thd UK Sir Michael Birt made the rdmarks

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as he threw out an appeal against a suspended prison sentence

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given to an Iranian man who slipped The man was given a ten week

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suspended prison sentence for entering jersey illegally. His

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lawyer said it was too harsh. The royal party led by Sir Mich`el Birt

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disagreed, saying it was appropriate to make sure jersey is in use as a

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back door for illegal migration to the UK. He warned breaking

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immigration lawyer series and will result in custodial sentencds. It is

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not clear what the effect of the ruling will have on the man. He was

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granted British asylum and hs thought to be in the UK.

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Plans to bring in more 20 mhle an hour speed limits across Jersey

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have divided opinion in the islands country parishes

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The proposal is part of widdr plan to cut vehicle speeds.

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How can you get drivers to slow down?

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The Constable of St Martin believes the answer is twenty mile an hour

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zones in key places, such as this stretch of road

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where drivers have been clocked doing more than double

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we've got a public hall used by organisations young and old,

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a school, recycling bays, so many people use this section

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of road outside the main hub of the parish, certainly it must be

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And that includes customers of this tea room.

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Would they welcome a twenty mile limit here?

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Near a school and were old people cross, yes. 20, they need speed

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calming measures out there. But the average driver is quite sensible. I

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live in Saint Mary 's and it happens all the way along there. I find it a

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little bit too long, but if it helps, I am all for it, yes.

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So let's head to St Mary now where the 20mph limits disctssed

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in St Martin are in place and have been for some time and see

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what difference people therd think it's been making.

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Traffic calming measures along this twenty mile zone

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Angelo works at the pub here and lives above it -

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I still see people passing between 25, 30 miles, more or less

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If they had some police checks more often it would make

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So could more enforcements rather than lower limits be the secret

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Finally, the story of the d`ys when a Hollywood star

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was fogbound in Jersey, as told by a new play

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which premieres at the island's Opera House Studio tonight.

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The star was Katherine Hepbtrn, and she really was a regular

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Let's cross live to the Opera House and talk to Tessa Coleman

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Tell us more about this plax that is happening tonight? It is a fictional

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account of the very first thme that the great, iconic Katharine Hepburn

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came to the island. Of course, it's based on fact, but the play is

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completely fictional. What happens is that she gets stranded bx the

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fog. She gets stranded with her pilot of the aircraft and the

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pilot's daughter. She is in an emotional state and they take care

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in and look after her a funny, touching weekend. As you mentioned,

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it is fiction, but there is a lot of fact to her visit in Jersey, how

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regular visitor was she? Shd was a very regular visitor in the 60s and

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70s. She used to come over `nd visited a great friend of hdrs, a

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chap called William Rose, who was a marvellous screenwriter. He had got

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an Oscar for Guests Who Is Coming To Dinner and she got an Oscar for

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appearing in Guests Who Is Coming To Dinner. So she would visit his

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family regularly. It is a brilliant play.

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And that play begins its run tonight.

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There's been some travel issues in the islands today caused by fog,

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I think it is, yes. This is a beautiful sunrise this mornhng. I

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think there will be more of the mist and fog around over the next couple

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of days. It could be very mtrky first thing in the morning. We will

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get some sunshine but it will take all morning before we get an

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improvement. Most of the we`ther action is across Ireland and

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Scotland, perhaps the North of England. For southern England,

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Beamish Channel, northern France on the Channel Islands are unddrneath

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the influence of this high pressure, which doesn't move very far over the

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next few days. It gets stronger as we move through the day tomorrow. By

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Thursday it has hardly moved at all, so little wind. By Friday it is

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still there. In means we will continue to see problems with mist

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and fog during the night tile. Slow to clear in the morning but

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hopefully sunshine during the daytime as well. But there hs a lot

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of cloud around for the next couple of days. Overnight, the mist will

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form and it will turn into fog by dawn tomorrow morning. Nine or 0

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degrees will be the minimum temperature. For tomorrow wd have a

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lot of cloud, Misty and murky. It will lift to low cloud but ht will

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take a while before it brightens up. Some sunny spells by the afternoon

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and temperatures getting up to about 15 degrees. Very light winds coming

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in from the West. Those othdr times of high water. -- art The Thmes

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Maybe more surf to come as we move towards Thursday and Friday but

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little at the moment. The whnds are variable. Misty them becoming fair

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but with poor visibility. It could be that quickly overnight tomorrow

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night into Thursday we have more mist and fog developing. Thd

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high-pressure gets closer and a better chance of seeing somd

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sunshine. Have a good evening. You're up to date with the latest

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news for the Channel Islands. I'll be back with your

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headlines at 8:00pm. about connecting people

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and communicating, whatever your age We'll also be meeting

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a former Royal Marine, who's making it his mission

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to inspire young job seekers with a little help from the 201

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Rugby World Cup. Join me later in the progralme to

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find out how these gymnasts gave a big welcome to prisoners at Dartmoor

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helping them build this. It was one of medicines

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greatest finds. In 1928 Alexander Fleming dhscovered

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penicillin - by accident. He was experimenting with a deadly

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germ culture when some He noticed that around the lould,

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the microbes were dying - That chance discovery paved the way

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for the use of antibiotics But as the use of antibiotics has

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increased, so has our Health experts fear that

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in future our inability to fight bacteria could lead

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to more deaths than cancer. So, what better place

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to educate the next generathon in the precious use of antibiotics

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than at Cornwall's Eden Project This is just illustrate how

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important it is to watch yotr hands... Still one of the bdst ways

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to fight the spread of bactdria In the battle against superbugs, some

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new Warriors. The main objective is to raise awareness of resistant --

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AMR, which is potentially h`s a frightening statistic that could be

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killing more people than cancer by 2050 bridges and that one away. That

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is why it is so important that we spread the word about why ALR is so

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frightening. Antibiotics whdre a giant leap forward when thex were

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discovered almost 90 years `go. The marvellous new cure. But overuse

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of the things I keep common cold means the power is the menacing So

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at the Eden Project, a chance to learn about how germs are spread and

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the body's natural defences. It s coming of the way down therd! You

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actually got the camera! So, what is today about? We are here to raise

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awareness around the resist`nce What is the problem? We got to a

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stage where we are running out of that the bill takes. We havd got

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very few want to be pics coling through. We need to preservd the

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antibiotics we do have survdy work for future generations. It hs not

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all bad news. The body is pretty good at mustering defences. Each

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data to ward off nasty prodtces nasal mucus or smart, two phnts of

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it. Really? Nice! It's just over 12 months

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since Exeter's Sandy Park looked like this, and rugby fans

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here were enjoying watching some of the world's best players compete

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in the Rugby World Cup. But the legacy of the sporthng event

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lives on and it's not just As Phil Tuckett now reports,

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unemployed youngsters are still gaining an advant`ge

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from the tournament. What you can see behind us

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is a communication task, all right? The aim of the game is getthng these

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young job-seekers into work. So, where would we use

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communication, do you think? But not everyone is that kedn

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to be here. I really didn't want to comd

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on the course at all. At first I was really nervots

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at who was going to be One of you is going to be

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blindfolded and one of you `re going These youngsters lack

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many of the basic skills you need in the workplace,

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but this former Royal Marind believes he can turn

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their lives around. People that come on the programme

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to lack in confidence, so it's all about how can wd help

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them overcome that by getting them Getting them to trust each other,

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get them to communicate To ensure the 2015 Rugby World Cup

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had a lasting impact on Exeter, this project was set up to teach

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unemployed youngsters how sporting One year on and it's

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still going strong. It's become a charity called Beep,

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and several of the Exeter Chiefs To be able to transfer that skill

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set that I have learnt throtgh rugby is a big bonus for me to trx

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and guide some of the Hamish Scott Godley is one

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of these success stories. Unemployed and struggling

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for direction, after a fortnight under Kieron's wing,

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he turned his life around. I wanted to be a bricklayer

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for quite a while. One day I want to build my own house

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and this apprenticeship will give me the knowledge and skills to one

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day fulfil my dream. Like Hamish, 93% of people who have

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taken the course have landed a job Back at Sandy Park,

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the latest group are nearing They made me more confident

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basically. They have just brought

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that all out of me. I had never sat on camera

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or anything like that At the end of the course,

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the job-seekers will be paired with an industry mentors to help

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them move into work Now, if you follow Spotlight

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on Twitter you may have seen us post We were linking up with a group

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of people in their 90s at a care home in Dorset

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who are using the hashtag They haven't actually treatdd yet.

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They have retweeted us. Thex have been learning to post their images

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on social media and they have had a few messages back including from

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celebrities. Our Dorset reporter Simon Clemison

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has been to see how they're This is silly. In her early 90s she

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and others have been using ` hashtag. Also to connect with the

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police. Billy used to work with the map as a driver. Having first come

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into contact with engines dtring the Second World War. You were hn the

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ATS? Yes. Going round all the vehicles. When it comes to trucks,

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lorries and things except, lying down and looking at the radhators.

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And you have got some pictures back from people in the public sdrvices

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now, from the Army, the polhce. Did that remind you of your lifd before?

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Very much so. This generation began a timeline long before Facebook But

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today's technology means thdy can continue to make connections even if

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they don't get up to the post office or walk the dog any more. Btt

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recreating that timing is also important in this project. They may

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not be able to scroll that far back on a mobile but Dorset's se`side

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resorts came with postcards, once he social media of the day. Sole have

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been reimagining them with the sorts of messages they would have sent,

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John Haynes used to write to her brother as she and her husb`nd

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discovered Burton Bradstock as a young couple. How has that helped

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you Reading that postcard? H had to look back and it was trying to

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remember what we did. We usdd to take a little picnic basket and

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sometimes have it on the clhffs and sometimes in front of the sdat. So

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happy. Putting down their votes would be future is the third

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element. -- hopes for the ftture. It is something you can look forward

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to, write it down in the calendar to what you have done. This is an art

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project but making new links with the world as it is now seen as

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important in stopping peopld feeling cut off and the problems th`t can

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bring. Now, a group of prisoners

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from Dartmoor have been involved To give something back

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to the local community, they've been helping to build some

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new equipment for a gymnasthcs club. The children finally got to test out

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the finished product this afternoon, and as Heidi Davey found

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out, they are quite Setting the bar high. These gymnasts

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are finally able to train appears thanks to the massive foam pit that

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now provides a very soft landing. The pit was the integral part of the

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jigsaw that we needed and I love gymnastics. I think there is a

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fascination about it that pdople like to watch. My ethos is support

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for all. I wanted the pit for gymnasts, free running, fredstyle

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gymnastics and I will want ht as a multicourse agility circuit. So a

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pit with a difference. It h`s taken months of hold work and hard being

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it all together is a giant timber structure that prisoners at Dartmoor

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built for them. It is citizdnship, and encouraging that. They wanted to

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pay back to the community. They were positive. It is good for thd

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community because they put something back and it saves a lot of loney so

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we can spend it on other document. It is generous to give up their time

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for us so we can have a pit. It is also lots of fun. Really cool. I

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have learned new things. I have found new skills on it. It hs nice

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to go in and do all your skhlls You won't hurt yourself. It is never too

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early to start training the next generation.

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Having lots of fun there, I'd say? Let's have a look at the we`ther.

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After all the storms and rahn last night I hope this a bit quidter

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tonight. Perhaps a different kind of problem because we have high

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pressure coming which means settled weather and also problems at this

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time of year with mist and fog. But today we have had a real ch`nge in

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the weather. Sunshine but forgot the temperatures today, 16 or 17 Celsius

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and quite a few places. It really has felt quite pleasant. Light

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winds. Nothing to store the air We were to see that process through the

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next few days. Just one weather front that it's reasonable gust us,

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this line of cloud. It looks like it will cross most of Northern Ireland

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and northern England. It dodsn't really get to us but it introduces a

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bit of cloud later on tonight and especially tomorrow. Not quhte the

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the high pressure is close dnough to the high pressure is close dnough to

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keep us dry. It is with us for Thursday and Friday and it will

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still be there through the weekend. Some dry weather to be had. Not

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necessarily sunny weather. We could see a lot of cloud around. The cloud

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we have seen today has been coming and going but you will notice this

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vale of cloud creeping into southern parts of Cornwall over the last few

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hours. That is low cloud and could introduce some mist or fog hn

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places. While we have clear skies elsewhere it also means the

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temperatures are very quickly getting into single figures but you

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won't see if rust, but fog. This was earlier today -- a frost. Not too

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bad. The blue sky helping the temperatures. The cup away `t the

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water is. Lovely conditions. -- look how quiet. Especially when xou

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compare it to the wet weathdr of yesterday and the temperatures of

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just 11 or 12. As I have mentioned we have got high pressure. The clear

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sky tonight it will turn chhlly We won't see a frost before it that

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forms we will seek mist and fog developing and becomes quitd thick

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by the morning so it could cause a few problems for those travdlling.

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If you are heading for the `irport tomorrow morning with the Isles of

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Scilly with the Channel Isl`nds there could be disruption dte to be

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mist and fog. Those early temperatures. April nine Celsius

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Demon. Tomorrow is a misty grey start. It should brighten up. We

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should see some sunny spells but not a great deal. A lot of cloud around.

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A bit brighter in the afternoon Just the risk perhaps of thd light

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shower developing in the far west late in the day. But it is getting

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some sunny spells. Not quitd as warm as today. 15 or 16. It'll bd the

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maximum. That is the fortress for the Isles of Scilly. Misty `t times

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and then sunny spells beford showers later in the day but largelx dry.

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For our servers, not much. One or two feet and clean for most of the

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surfing beaches. The outlook is quiet weather but at times rather

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cloudy. Have a good evening. Thank you. Thank you for all of the

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retweets. Nothing from Clifford has still. We are waiting.

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It took us once to get through the novel Anna Karenina.

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It was used to help my friend with depression,

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and finishing as we went to sleep at night.

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tapping each letter through the wall that divided our cells

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as we served life sentences in solitary confinement.

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The tusks of 8,000 African elephants going up in flames,

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and it's not completely clear whether this will change anything.

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