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These are Tuesday's headlinds. it. Now on BBC One we

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Multi-million pound consult`nts for Jersey's government -

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Womack is big costs to the public purse that perhaps on some occasions

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could be avoided. From a ?15 million deficit

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to balancing the books. Guernsey's financial fortunds

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appear to be turning. the award-winning classes

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for people with dementia. And after the 1819 breeze over the

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last couple of days, quite ` big change come the weekend with a big

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temperature drop. I will have all the details later in the programme.

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I will have all the details later in the programme.

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Next tonight, millions of pounds could have been saved by Jersey s

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government if it had thought twice about hiring consultants.

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The auditor's report also stggests the States isn't getting value

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for money from experts and hsn't checking its homegrown talent

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Big projects - like the new police station, changes to passports

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and future hospital need expert help but it comes at a cost -

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3.9 million spent last year on consultants alone

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and I haven't seen evidence to suggest to enough research

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was done to see if the resotrces and skills already existed

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In the four years between 2011 and 2015 the States spent almost

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The Chief Minister's department spent ?1.6 million

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Health and Social services spent ?2 million.

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The biggest spender was Infrastructure -

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10 and a half million for projects including replacing the Bellozanne

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When we're spending multio lillion pounds of taxpayers money its vital

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we get the project right so the time spent with those consultants

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who have the expertise is vhtal to deliver on time and on btdget

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But according to the Audit office, it's not all been money well spent.

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There isn't always the need to bring in a consultant.

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An example today the environment minister asked about the public

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states are hiding people without checking if civil servants have the

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same skills. Many thousands of pounds will be spent on an hnspector

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or consultants to look at an issue, it has already been discussdd by the

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department, and the Departmdnt has the skill set to adjudicate. (

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suggested that millions of pounds could have been saved at a time of

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austerity. The Chief ministdr declined an interview and the BBC

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was told the states are not in the position to respond.

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Guernsey's States will return tomorrow as they try to thr`sh

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out the island's budget for the next year.

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Today's debate began with ndws that what had looked like a bleak

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financial outlook six months ago, is looking considerably

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Our Political Reporter, Simon Fairclough has been

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A financial picture that's looking brighter now

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Initial fears that Guernsey could fall some ?15 million

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into the red have been proved wrong,

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mainly thanks to increased property sales and cutbacks

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All of that is contributing to a much improved position for 20 6,

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and it could even be that wd have a balance for 2016 which,

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considering that we were looking at nearly 15 million in Jund

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The news put the States on a positive footing

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Responsible, fair, progressive and realistic.

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The words use by Deputy Gavhn St Pier to describe the 2017 btdget.

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And it looks as if Deputy St Piers largely going to get

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things his own way - with an amendment placed thhs

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morning to look at the posshbility of introducing motor tax narrowly

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defeated and another propos`l to introduce some form of t`x

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Attempts were made to fly the flag for pensioners, by keeping

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a higher personal tax allowance for the over 65's.

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The cost of living is higher for elderly islanders in Gudrnsey -

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They do spend more on heating, they do spend more on medic`l

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services, they do spend mord on house maintenance hat thdy can no

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longer do themselves - and if we're not going to rdcognise

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that, then what sort of society are we becoming?

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It's hoped the 2017 budget will continue to keep Guernsey

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on the right financial path for the next year.

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Simon Fairclough, BBC Channel Islands News, Guernsey.

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Jersey's government has dechded not to introduce a new voting

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States Members felt that two systems ranking candidates in order

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of preference on the ballot paper would be too complicated.

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But as Lucy Bickerton reports, members of the public thought

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It would be much worse in sxnc stand a better way of choosing people who

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because at the moment I don't think because at the moment I don't think

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the states represent the people The government may not

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think it's a good idea - but these people in St Helidr today

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wanted to see change. It might give a better picttre of

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how people want to vote and how the candidate they are going to vote for

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might stand a better chance than just first past the post. It allows

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you to vote for someone you wouldn't normally vote for because it would

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almost feel like a wasted vote. But what exactly was

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the government voting on? Alternative Voting and Single

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Transferable Voting see people rank their chosen candidates

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in order of preference. If no candidate receives a certain

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percentage of first choice votes - then second choices are considered -

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and so on. Some believe it's fairer -

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and could see different Crucially you would get less wasted

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votes, people would not havd to vote tactically and they would sde some

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getting elected and the -- that getting elected and the -- that

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would be a much more common phenomenon on, so you would have

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more enthusiasm for politics and greater representation.

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But, critics argue that AV `nd STV can be misunderstood by votdrs.

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But, despite much enthusiasl for change - when voters go

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to cast their vote in the ftture, they'll be choosing just

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Now, a sense of well-being, less pain and more confidence -

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those are some of the benefhts reported by people with

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dementia after they joined a Jersey swimming group.

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The Splash Chat project combines therapy with conversation -

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and it's been such a success, that it's won a major award.

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These may be small strokes but this swimming group havd

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People living with dementia and their carers spend 30 mhnutes

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We've had feedback telling ts about how the group has bendfitted

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physical health so people h`ve reported walking better,

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reduced levels in pain, sleeping better, but overriding has

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been the mental health improvements there's been observed levels

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of increased happiness in pdople we have a lot of fun,

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but a sense of well being so people are getting put socialising.

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And that "living well" is pleasing the Jersey Alzheimer's Association.

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Once the 'Splash' is over, the group go for a 'chat' and this

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As a charity we're really campaigning for a dementia friendly

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community and what that means is a community that accepts

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and is inclusive for people with dementia so the fact that we're

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using two community areas Aquasplash and then The bar

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is a real true sense of that dementia friendly community.

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Diana and Craig have been coming since July,

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Craig's swimming has now improved and they are both

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We used to swim a lot and lhke most people you bring up your falily

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You come for the chat and the couples Coffey afterwards. The

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Coffey encourages you, doesn't it? The Coffey encourages

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you, doesn't it? And with the accolades heapdd

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upon this award-winning swilming group, hopefully more smiles will be

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created in future. Alderney's President

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has been re-elected, Stuart Trought was the only name

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on the ballot paper by the time Mr Trought - who has been

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President of the States will enter his third

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term in December. Sport now and Jersey's

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cricketers hope to boost their chances of staying

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in World League Four this evening. They're up against Italy

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in their third match of the tournament in Los Angeles,

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with both sides trying to gdt Our sports editor Tim Pryor sent

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this report from California. Jersey's cricketers have re`d the

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Hollywood script just yet, just a mile up the road. And opening-day

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defeat to Oman by six wickets. It was followed a day later, again a

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six wickets defeat, this tile against Denmark. Now jersey have a

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big game against Italy next as the battle to survive in this dhvision.

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And we will bring you the l`test result in the 1013 years. Whether

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now and it definitely feels like it has been the mildest Novembdr day

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that I can remember but how the next few days looking?

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You're quite right, we have had some pretty good temperatures today.

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Yesterday we got to 90 degrdes and I think we have had a similar sort of

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day today. Perhaps not quitd warm. Tomorrow it is definitely going to

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feel colder, quite misty conditions and perhaps we will get somd

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sunshine. 18 degrees today `nd by Sunday we are back down with a bump

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to just 10 degrees and I thhnk we will notice that big drop in the

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territories. The reason for the changes the high pressure is

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beginning to move away from us, not apparent for the next 24 hotrs or so

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with a week whether from coling in around the head of that are` of high

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pressure producing a few sphts of gristle in the morning but then in

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any of high pressure as he loved into Thursday and Friday, sort of

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split in half. One sits in the Atlantic and the other moves into

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the eastern part of France between the two and open support for the

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study of low pressure to brhng a northerly wind across as and that

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goes -- that will be under way to Friday and Saturday. The first

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weather front is break across the more central part of Britain,

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already introducing more mohsture so misty in places. But denied the

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cloud will be thick enough to produce a few spots of light rain

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and drizzle but for the gardeners and drizzle but for the gardeners

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and growers not really a grdy deal of rain it has to be said. 810

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degrees the minimum temperature Tomorrow morning the layer of cloud

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will clear and it could takd until mid-morning till it is gone. The

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more in the way of sunshine and the rest of the date dry with stnny

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spells but for all of us temperatures at about 12 or 13

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degrees. Here are the times of high water, said Helier is 7:31al and St

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Peter Port 7:44am. The coastal waters forecast the winds whll be in

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north easterly three. We st`y much colder for the rest of the week

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somewhat persistent rain for a time on Friday, blustery winds of cold

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That said from BBC Channel Hslands That said from BBC Channel Hslands

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news, I am back with the he`dlines at eight and 10:30pm for thd late

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news. In the meantime here hs Justin and Victoria.

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in the best fish and chip rdstaurant category.

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How would you feel if gener`l waste was collected only once a fortnight?

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There are fears that if these plans go ahead in Plymouth,

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it will lead to more rubbish in the street and more flythpping.

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The Conservative administration say those concerns are unfounded

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as the service will be modernised with bins and cleansing teals

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It's bin day in this part of Plymouth but these rounds probably

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And some people think that plans to get rid of these weekly

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It's going to be a bit tough because the bins

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The only problem I can find is that it makes a mess in the

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We have been sheds, but it would still smell.

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Obviously, you would stack the bin bags are up,

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It's just going to create more problems,

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like, rats in the area. It's going to create bad smdlls

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Councils will vote on the ndw scheme in the next week.

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It will mean we cycle bulls being picked up one week

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According to the woman in charge of bringing

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the same, there were similar concerns when they introducdd it

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For the first few months, people are unsure and that's

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where we just need to make sure that we are working

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We think this is the right step to take to get Plymouth

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in the right place, to incrdase recycling and make

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The project aims to save ?750,000 per year.

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main goal is to make the city more green.

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Currently, Plymouth's recycling rate is 33%, way below the

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Here in Plymouth, people rely heavily

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Areas such as this absolutely depend on it.

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Cutting it will mean more w`ste out in the streets, more fly-tipping,

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less hygiene, and that's something nobody wants.

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Meanwhile, the Conservatives running the council

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They're putting out leaflets against this,

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Don't put out leaflets that are against it.

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Come and work with others to see what you

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want for your area, work for your local people and gdt better

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Most English councils are further down

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the road than Plymouth when it comes to fortnightly collections.

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Threequarters already do it and some,

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like East Devon, are rolling out three weekly collection.

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We're going to jail in a molent - in fact you could go too with plans

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a day at the races as Exeter hosts its biggest horse race of the year.

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It's not often that Bodmin Loor is the warmest place

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in the country, but that happened today.

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All the details later in the programme.

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The Environment Agency says many farmers are adding to flood risks

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because they're not doing enough to care for the soil.

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It says almost forty per cent of sites they have tested

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across the region have problems with the earth

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becoming too compressed, forcing rainwater onto

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Our Environment Correspondent Adrian Campbell has been to

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This is a familiar sight during a typical Southwest winter.

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Water running off a muddy fheld straight onto a nearby road.

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It's something the Environmdnt Agency says farmers

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Richard Smith is one of the agencies soil experts.

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It is a popular crop with f`rmers but one which involves the

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use of heavy farming machindry, even when the soil is wet.

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That can compact the soil, causing water to run off.

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What we've got here is comp`ct soil and there's no air in

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the soil. Very little air.

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And, as a result, water hits the top and

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It's difficult for it to soak into the soil.

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and you will see how dense it is.

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This kind of soil is hard for the roots of crops to pdnetrate,

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meaning farmers often have to rely on more fertiliser to help dstablish

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This is what they are growing in the field here.

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This is what we're going to use to demonstrate the problem.

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If I pour this, the water, see how quickly it flows over the

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That could be going downstrdam, down the valley and

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flooding someone's home, couldn't it?

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It certainly could be running out the gateway

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Ultimately, yes, it could go into people's houses.

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We do the same here on this loose and bit, OK.

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This crumbly, healthy soil is what farmers want.

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The National farmers union says it's helping them to

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We do know that from some of the sensitive

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farming events that over 96$ of those that have attended have

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looked to make changes as a result of what

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they've learned, particularly with crops like maize.

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The Environment Agency acknowledges the importance

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of maize but says it must bd carefully managed to protect

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Now fans of the series Poldark will know that,

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when he's not breaking hearts, the hero Ross spends

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a lot of time getting on the wrong side of the law.

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Hence a large number of scenes, like this one,

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take place inside Cornwall's most notorious prison -

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I wish you justice, if there's any to be found.

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Which there ain't. As we both know.

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So luck it must be. For us both then.

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Well, now, just like Ross, you could have the chance

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of an extended stay at the real Bodmin Gaol.

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The historic building has bden bought by a Russian businessman

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Jane Chandler's been for a look around.

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In opposing, ominous, an inviting. This was the county jail of Cornwall

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for many years. It's thick `nd it was housed 200 prisoners. Now there

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are plans to create 65 guest rooms in the prison cells. The lower two

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floors will be transformed hnto a new museum attraction and the upper

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three floors will be part of a 5 room hotel. I arrived on a wet day

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and walked into this space. It just captivates you, really. It's a

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cathedral like space but for prisoners so it has a strange, eerie

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feel. It's an amazing space. A vision of how the jail could thrive

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in the modern world came during a family visit by a Russian

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businessman. It inspired hil to buy it. He wants to preserve history and

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for guests to enjoy it. At last there is somebody around thhs with

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the will and the gumption to preserve history. If all gods

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according to plan, it could be open within five years. Better book now.

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Jane Chandler reporting frol Bodmin jail.

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Many of us will remember a teacher from school -

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someone who influenced us, and sometimes we remember them,

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But a head teacher from Devon has been hailed as one of

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Jane English picked up a prdstigious Pearson teaching award

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at a ceremony in London, after 34 years at Paignton Community

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Scott Bingham went along to find out why she's dedicated her carder

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The winner, from Paignton community and sports academy...

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As soon is they said Paignton, I knew instantly

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that I had won. I mean, I was so excited.

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It was just such a privilege and a pleasure.

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After last week's glittering ceremony, Jane English

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where it all began as a PE teacher

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She proudly showed me some of those achievements, including the

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If you ask me about what do I think of most when I

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think of the achievements we've made, it's the young people.

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I can go walking in the supermarket,

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or in the town of and somebody will tap

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me on the shoulder and say,

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"I just need to speak to you for a minute."

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I just need to tell you and I feel wonderful stories of young people

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Ad one of those young peopld is Hugh Maynard, now a

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Jane English has taught three generations of some

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local families and staff, p`rents and pupils are rightly proud of her

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She's not like other headteachers who just sit in an

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You can actually see her and she's walking

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around and she's really friendly to people.

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I haven't seen many teachers that have been at one school for so

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long and how much determination and passion she is put into one school,

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I can honestly say, I've enjoyed every single d`y.

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Jane plans to retire next E`ster but won't quit education

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She hopes to continue her work overseas with the British

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What lovely tributes from the pupils. Obviously very proud of

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their headteacher and rightly so. It's Exeter's biggest horse race

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of the year and today the Haldon Gold Cup produced

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a finish to match its status. A 10/1 outsider beat the favourite

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by the narrowest of margins. That was good news for

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the bookies but also for those We sent Hamish Marshall to sample

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Gold Cup day at Exeter. All roads lead to the races.

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And trying to beat the bookhe. This is the most prize monex

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for any fixture all year. Obviously, as you can see, we get

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plenty of people to come and enjoy it as well

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so it's a great day for us. As the form's assessed,

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there's a big question, It's a lovely day.

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Always good racing up here. So, yes.

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Looking forward to it. You've got your race card there

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what do you think? I think Resolution Bay

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will win this today. Backing him with a decent alount

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of money? I may be.

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We'll have to see. I better not say as

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the wife might hear. And others were backing a previous

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winner of the top This is the one they are

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putting their faith in. Dodging Bullets was in great form

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two seasons ago, not so much last season, will it be able

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to repay the faith Just over a lap of a track

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saw Dodging Bullets finished third, two others fought

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out a titanic battle for first place Not a lot.

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About 25 quid, or so. I thought it wouldn't be

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out of the first three. And it was a first big win

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for Sir Valentino's I wasn't too confident when I passed

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the line but Richard said well done, I thought he'd h`ve more

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experience than I but... Yeah.

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It's tough. No matter how confident you are

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It's always tough. I think Hamish was tipping Dodging

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Bullets. I hope you didn't put any money on it. A lovely day today

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Not often that Cornwall gets the highest temperature of anywhere in

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the country but it did todax. Unusual to CDs temperatures on the

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first day of November. Sadlx, it's the last time we're going to CDs

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figures for some time. Colddr air is heading our way. By the timd we get

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to Sunday, back down with a bump. Just nine degrees. We've got an area

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of low pressure developing over the next 24 hours, or so. Tomorrow, a

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cold start. A touch of Frost but mostly fine weather. The ch`nge is

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being brought about by this weather front. It sinks steadily sotth

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tonight. Moving steadily into northern France. All the whhle,

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followed by colder air. Pretty good until the next weather systdm

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arrives. It brings them patchy rain. By the time we get to Fridax, we've

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got an area of low pressure across the British Isles and colder air

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will follow for the weekend. Saturday and Sunday, colder air for

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all abuzz and quite blusterx conditions. There's that laxer of

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cloud in more detail continting its journey southwards. A lot of low

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cloud and misty conditions for a time. The last three hours before

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light in the morning we see the cloud clear and where we get that

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clear sky, it means temperatures will quickly tumbled to between one

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and three degrees, cold enotgh for some frost to form. Tomorrow,

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certainly a day when we will need a jumper. Quite a drop in

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temperatures. A top figure of just 11-12 Celsius. For the Isles of

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Scilly, bright and dry but feeling colder. Not much for our surfers.

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We are back to normal by thd end of the week and into the weekend.

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Northerly winds and temperatures between ten and 12 Celsius. Have a

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good week. Thanks for your d-mails on bin collections. Many of you

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saying fortnightly collections aren't a problem. We will sde you

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later this evening in the l`te bulletin. Until then, good night.

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