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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands. These are Wednesday's headlhnes

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lifeline for pensioners. Jersey stayed through out plans to scrap

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some tax breaks. A massive increase in agencx staff -

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why is Jersey's health department spending so much

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on temporary social workers? There have been various problems on

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the staffing side of various departments. But this is thd most

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incredible one I have come `cross actually.

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A field of dreams - Jersey's cricketers stick

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And I'll have the latest weather forecast.

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The over 65s in Guernsey have been thrown a financial lifeline

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Policy and Resources wanted to scrap tax breaks for pensioners as part

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of its budget proposals for 201 , but in a rare show of

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defiance, members voted against the main proposal.

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Our Political Reporter Simon Fairclough was in

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This was the moment that pensioners across the island were waithng for.

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The voting on proposition in favourite 11, I declare the

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proposition lost. It means that tax allowances for the over 65s will

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stay, saving them up to ?364 a year. Some are describing the movd as a

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rebellion, but policy and rdsources warned that it is a move th`t could

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end up costing the state de`rly Our estimate is that over the fhrst ten

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years in which new claims are added, that will amount to up to ?2 million

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a year. We just simply belidve that could be better used in mord

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effective targeting of benefits For those who stand to benefit right

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now, the news has come as a relief. The realisation of the diffhculties

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people have within the islands is coming home, and to help those

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people is so important. We `re really pleased with the restlt. As

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budget debates go, this one was largely unremarkable, but you have

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to wonder whether the posithve notes sounded at the start of the

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proceedings fuelled the support for the over 65s. Whatever the reason,

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there will be a lot of happx pensioners across the Bailiwick

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Fisheries ring. Dash-macro this evening.

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And politicians today also `pproved a blueprint for future

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The Island Development Plan includes a commitment

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to affordable homes, setting aside areas

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for conservation, farming and light industry, as well as earmarking

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More than 1,500 islanders h`d commented on the plan,

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and 18 changes were made to the draft, but today the final

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document was unanimously agreed in the States.

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Jersey has spent ?1.8 million this year on agency staff due

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That's a ten-fold increase in three years.

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It comes as figures recentlx revealed a high staff turnover

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at Children's Services, a department that comes unddr Social

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Helping vulnerable people in difficult times, social workers

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But increasingly, the States of Jersey is relying on agency

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Three years ago, 11% of the workforce were agencx staff,

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but that figure's gone up to 70 .And the cost of hiring agency staff has

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gone up ten-fold, from ?180,000 to nearly ?1.8 million.

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The inconsistency of using temporary agency staff is causing concern

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We have lost the continuity and quality of service we c`n give.

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What I want to know is why ht's difficult getting social workers.

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I could understand 20% of otr staff being agency staff, but 70%?

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The Minister responsible saxs it's a case of needs must,

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and believes Jersey's historic case abuse scandal is partly to blame.

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It's because we have no other way at the moment

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There are some people that choose to be interim,

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but I do think the factor about the care inquiry,

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until they see politicians taking that report seriously,

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they perhaps consider not coming here.

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The health and social services department is planning to hold a

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recruitment drive after Chrhstmas and to introduce a new soci`l

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workers training scheme next year in the hope of attracting more

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permanent staff to work with the most vulnerable in society.

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A Jersey politician's calling for an increase to the minilum wage

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so the island doesn't fall behind Guernsey and the UK.

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Workers will have to be paid at least ?7.18 an hour from next

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April ? 2p less than the UK's National Living Wage,

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and what Guernsey's minimum wage will be by then.

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Deputy Sam Mezec believes it's unfair not to bring Jersey hn line.

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When the minimum wage in thd UK is ?7 20 and their cost of livhng is

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lower than jersey, and we are going for less than ?7 20, it does not

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make sense and it means the quality of life for the lowest paid workers

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in Jersey, where rents are high food is more expensive, thehr

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quality of life will be worse than being the UK, and that is not fair.

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The Guzman should account for all part of our community. Dash,macro

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the government. Jersey's cricketers pulled off

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one of their greatest international results,

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on the other side of the world in the early

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hours of this morning. They beat Italy in their World

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League Four match by three wickets in dramatic fashion,

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reaching the 236 run target Watching the nerve-janging `ction

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in Los Angeles was our After the disappointment of the

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first two games, this match against the Italians carried huge ilportant

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in this tournament. Jersey needed a good confidence boosting st`rt, and

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got it in the second over. The second bottom two teams will be

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relegated from the division, said the pressure was on both of these

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sides to pick up their first point of the tournament. The jersdy

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supporters who have travelldd across the Atlantic were desperate to see

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their side pick up their first wind. But, as in every game so far, the

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island side could not string a series of wickets together, until

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late on, that is, as Italy posted 235. Which refreshments, and then

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the run chase. The captain was out in the first opener but fellow

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opener hit 7/7 to hitch a -, set jersey up for the drama to come It

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went all the way to the fin`l few balls. They held their nervd in a

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tense finale to give jersey their much-needed win. It is alwaxs great

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to be out there and do it for the team. It gets nerve wracking when

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you are out in the middle, but it is worth sitting on the side. Next up,

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be mute are the opponents and another crucial game, as Dahsy have

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a real chance to survive in this division -- Bermuda.

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Guernsey's greatest sporting heroes have been named in a new book,

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with the top ten revealed at a launch today.

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Among those at the event were number one and two,

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Matt Le Tissier and Lee Merrien as well as our reporter

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Mark Inchley, who's not quite so well known

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He's got eight caps for England was given the freedom

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of the city of Southampton, and has even been

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But today, Matt Le Tissier was crowned Guernsey's top

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He's taken the number one spot in a new book listing the island's

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A very proud day for me. I still come back on a regular basis. I have

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always been a very proud Guernsey-man and to be another one

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in this book is fantastic. And watching highlights

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of his career among family, friends and other local

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athletes at today's launch, it wasn't hard to see

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how much it all means. Yes, it is lovely. You get

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transported back into those moments when you see it on the big screen

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like that. It was quite emotional. Also in the top ten

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are Heather Watson at six, Andy Priaulx at four,

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and runner Lee Merrien Author Rob Batiste says

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he was inspired by his 40 ydars as a sports reporter

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with the Guernsey Press. Anybody can do something, whether it

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is sport or the art of politics and that is great. Often sport hs

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overlooked, but I think in the modern Iraq, Guernsey sportspeople

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have really sold this island-wide more than anyone.

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So, a fitting tribute to Gudrnsey's top sportsmen and women,

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but with the focus on elite sports continuing to grow in the island,

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it might not be long until the list needs updating.

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It became a lovely day in the end today, although definitely

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So, will the calm conditions continue?

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Thank you, hello. I am going to look briefly back at October. Untsually

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dry, about half the rainfall we would expect to see, but also

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unusually sunny. It is the fourth sunniest October on record. More

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sunshine over the next few days but the trend is for lower tempdratures.

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A frost is possible the night. Tomorrow I'm a cold start. We will

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get some sunshine, staying dry until late in the day, and some ottbreaks

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of Remy into the early evenhng. We will lose this early area of high

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pressure, which moves away from us and we gain low pressure and a

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weather front travelling in from the north west which will stay with us

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into Friday, opening the door to colder air still. Tonight it is

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telling quite chilly alreadx and we start the day at just five or 6

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degrees. Light winds began. Through the morning, some sunny spells, but

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generally by the afternoon, there is a lot more cloud, which may produce

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some rain, not a huge amount, but a top temperature of 12 Celsits and

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the winds from eight south-westerly direction.

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Mainly fair with the risk of showers late in the day. On Friday, the same

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weather system is across us and could be slow to clear. A fdw spots

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of rain associated with that. Brighter for the weekend but that

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cold wind sets in and we cotld well have some pretty low temper`tures

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through the weekend am both during the night time and the daythme.

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Mainly bright and dry on Saturday, but a chilly wind from the north. A

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frost possible on Saturday night. Sunday, after the temperatures of 19

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degrees for the last couple of days, we are back down to just 9 degrees

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on Sunday and with the wind chill it will feel colder than that. Have a

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good evening. Now, over to the Spotlight newsroom

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for the rest of today's news. Radical reform of the way the

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government tackle flooding was discussed today. MPs are calling for

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a new national flags ministdr and want to see power was stripped from

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nearby embarrassment agency which was criticised for the way ht

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handled the flooding in Somdrset two years ago.

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Of course, many in the South West will need no reminder of thd

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severity of flooding we've seen in recent years in coastal comlunities

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and the Railway in Exeter and, of course, the prolonged floodhng you

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mentioned on the Somerset ldvels. I am joined by the Devon MP who chairs

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the environment select commhttee. You describe the present procedure

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as ineffective and inefficidnt. How would you changes improve it? Make

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sure we have someone in charge at the top to drive policy right from

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the top to the bottom and then make sure much more maintenance work is

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done locally, dredging or gdtting water to flow faster, let's do that

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locally. Let us make sure planners make sure developments don't add

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more water and run-off and flood people further downstream. Xou can

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be above the flood plain but still affect those downstream. Of course,

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the government will develop a new agricultural policy post Brdxit You

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talk about paying farmers to contain floodwater on their land? Yds, the

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new buzzword is leaky dams. It sounds worrying. You have trees

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across a stream and allow floodwater to build-up behind. It autolatically

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flows under when you take off the peak of the flat and that c`n work

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well if you have a number. Xou may only have to hold water for a few

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hours or longer. We can look at an agricultural policy now when we

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leave the EU. It could concdntrate cash for farmers to make sure

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they're properly compensated. They can save infrastructure. It could be

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money very well spent. Thank you very much. We will have to wait in

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the usual way for the government to dead test the contents of the report

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and then in a few weeks or lonths it will produce its formal reply.

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We are that Plymouth Palace Theatre in a moment where there is drama

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behind-the-scenes. Also, thd Somerset guide to do it yourself

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which has taken on a modern world. And, one of the rarest plants in the

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country. We will find out how it is being saved from extinction in

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Cornwall. The organisation behind

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the restoration of Plymouth's Palace Theatre is being investigatdd

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by the charity commission after concerns were raised over how

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the project was being managdd. It follows the resignation

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of the charity's patron and more than a hundred volunteer musicians

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from the community choir and orchestra setup to raisd

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funds for the project. Patrick Clahane has been

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following the story. The new Palace Theatre,

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a Plymouth landmark where stars like Laurel and Hardie

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trod the boards. Since these heady days the building

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has fallen into disrepair and now the charity set up to bring it back

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to life looks like it may It has come under the spotlhght

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of the Charity Commission. Rewind 18 months and

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there was great hope. Go, Great Opportunities Togdather

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was set up to help offer yotng people employment opportunities

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and restore the theatre Judy Spires was its patron,

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it had its own choir and orchestra. There's been a flurry

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of resignations from the project, including its patron and its entire

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choir, more than 100 Over a period of time,

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all the original staff have gradually become more and more

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disillusioned in the administration It's not just here in Plymotth that

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people are taking notice of what's It's also come to the attention

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of the Charity Commission which has It said the commission has been

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aware of the concerns regarding the charity

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and potential private benefht. I actually reported,

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at the beginning of last wedk, that I felt there was a sustained

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attack on the charity with people I thought I should flag

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it with them. We know people have resigned

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and in any big project that happens. It used to be part of our Christmas

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present from my mum and dad. They used to bring us on Boxing Day

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to see the pantomime and that was the highlight

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of our Christmas. It is old and valuable

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and a special treasure. Serious questions are now

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being asked about whether this piece of Plymouth past can still be a part

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of the city's future. Are you struggling to understand

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a teenager, or to bring up ` baby? Maybe you're approaching retirement

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and wondering what life will be Well there may be help at h`nd

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in the form of a manual which has, until now, been better known

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as a guide to rebuilding cars. The Haynes Motor Manual has

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been used by generations But now the publisher,

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which is based in Sparkford near Yeovil, has branched ott

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with a tongue in cheek guidd to some Simon Clemison has been

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taking a look. Remember when you had

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to get your hands dirty? When being a driver meant

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being a part-time mechanic, too So, how to find your way

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around that engine? Since the decades when most

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families had a motor, This company in Somerset,

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famous for producing them. Not everyone tinkered around,

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but lots did and still do. To this day the books continue

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with photos and illustrations as the writers gain an understanding

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of cars by stripping them down Having already produced manx

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similar guides to other aspects of modern-day life,

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the publisher is trying humour with a lighter look at diffdrent

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stages of our time on earth told through the same flow charts

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and diagrams you might find Think regenerative

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braking for pensioners. And the perpetual motion

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of arguing teenagers! I've come to Dorchester Motor

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Company in the author's homdtown in neighbouring Dorset to sde

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what real mechanics make of them. Marriage is out of the question

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the teenagers have gone, I'm divorced so this one is out

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of the question. That could possibly help me

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with my mother. We could all do with a manu`l

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for everything, I think. It's very easy when you launch

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into something new, on marriage or so on,

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this is unchartered territory. People do like to see

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things broken down and Haynes, based in Somerset

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since 1960, has sold more than 200 million books worldwide

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and despite the move into a new blending of wisdom,

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the motoring manual Even as the company heads

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to a digital age, the hard Molly in our television galleries

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said, who's got time to read a manual?

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Men don't tend to, they just get on with it.

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Now, it was close to extinction and experts estimated there werd only 13

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plants left in the world at one stage. But now the Juniper has a

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brighter future. A new plantation has been

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established and we went to see how it is being saved.

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In a secret location, these conservationists

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They are planting 200 Lizard junipers.

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It only grows here on protected heathland of the Lizard,

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but it has struggled for ye`rs and in 2014 there were just

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They are now protected by an electric fence.

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Was there a real fear it could disappear?

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Absolutely, one accidental wildfire could easily have taken the last

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population and that would h`ve been a whole species going

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So conservationists and gardeners took seeds and cuttings frol the 13

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plants to cultivate new stock and they have done pretty wdll.

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Today, they've got 200 new plants here to plant.

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The 200 saplings were cultivated and nurtured by experts

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at the Eden Project and tod`y the team were here to

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It's thought the Lizard junhpers were almost wiped out by wildfire

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How will you keep them safe and make sure these do well?

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We will look after them for the next two years, brush cut around them

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It looks like gardening tod`y, but we don't want to be gardening

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It's hoped this project won't just help the juniper, but that lessons

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learned he will also help protect other rare species.

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A lovely project and lovely blue sky, but the nights are drawing in

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and there's a chill in the `ir. But there's not any real sign of winter.

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One of the driest Octobers for 5 years coupled with calm and warm

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weather has led to a spectacular display on the trees.

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Beautiful. We sent our cameramen to browse small to capture that this

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year 's colourful foliage. Stunning. I hope you enjoyed that as

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much as we did. Much colder today. It keeps going

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down, unfortunately. Good evening. Yes, a drop in temperatures over the

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next few days so we will all notice the change. Daytime temperatures

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will go back to single figures. Let us briefly look back at October

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because it was unusually drx. Many of us all less than 50$ of what

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we normally expect to see. There isn't a huge amount of rain in

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the forecast but it is turnhng very much colder. Over the next few days,

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it will become windy with more overnight frosts. If you want to

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enjoy the autumnal colour of the leaves best do it over the couple of

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days to come because there will be a stiff northerly wind developing at

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the weekend as well as cold as. The cold air is coming from Scandinavia

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and it flaps most of Britain right down as far as northern Spahn and

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Portugal through Saturday and Sunday. We could go to bleed down to

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seven or 8 degrees by Sundax. The cloud this evening is high-level

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clouds so don't worry too mtch it. There is some rain around this

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weather front that will movd towards us over the next 24 hours or so

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Ahead of that, showery outbreaks of rain, especially tomorrow afternoon.

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Moving through as we get to Friday and then on Friday and Saturday the

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wind will come from the Arctic so expect a drop in from temperatures

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with that -- my overnight frost Frost is already on the cards for

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tonight. With clear sky tonhght we will need the scraper first thing

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tomorrow. If you haven't usdd it so far, you will need it. Quitd low

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temperatures by the end of the night meaning ice will form on thd car

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windscreen and the glass. This may be the coldest night we

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have seen so far this autumn. Sunshine tomorrow when the frost has

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lifted but then the cloud whll turn that quickly and is capable of

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producing some light rain off and on. Not very warm tomorrow will stop

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briefly some sunshine in thd morning. We may struggle with the

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temperatures. For the Isles of Scilly, bright and tried but rather

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cloudy with showers later in the day.

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Not much for those who will be surfing.

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The big story is the drop in the temperature. All the way through the

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next few days the temperatures come down. Throwing a strong northerly

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wind and with the wind chill it will feel rather cold. Have a good

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evening. Good evening. We have been warned!

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-- good heavens! Get the If you trust me not

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and I trust you not, then what is the point

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in this marriage at all? Life holds very few things

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which are genuinely worth having. If you don't possess them,

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everything else is worthless. BBC One presents a special evening

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with Michael Buble... I think of it as an excuse

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to throw a party. ..featuring new and classic songs...

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# Cry me a river... #

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