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The majority of the trained nurses that I have lost have been through

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licences expiring and we have lost some very experienced nurses.

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Jersey's deteriorating water quality could be affecting beaches,

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And support for people with autism in Guernsey enters a new era.

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And we are in the grip of some pretty cold weather at the moment.

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Fine and dry tomorrow but more frost is possible. All the details later

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in the programme. National staff shortages

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and restrictions on working in Guernsey are being blamed

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for problems recruiting 25% of roles in the States-run

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facilities are currently vacant. Privately run homes are finding it

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equally tough to get It takes 42 members of staff to look

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after the 39 residents here. Making sure they get the care

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and support they need. But also to make sure

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it feels like home. And recently it took a year to fill

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just three nursing vacancies. And there's one hurdle

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that's making it harder. The majority of the trained nurses

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that I have lost have been through licences expiring and we have lost

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some very experienced nurses. We have a working party and it has been

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working closely with housing and putting out issues across, so

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hopefully they will recognise that we need to keep our experienced

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staff. And Sylvia's been

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helping with that today. An experienced nurse,

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who's now doing a Masters But as it stands will have

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to leave in another three. Of course I would like to stay. I

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really like my work and I really like the home. I don't know if it is

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because I came from the island and it is very calm and people here are

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very friendly. I would like, but it depends on the housing. This

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restrictive housing licences would perhaps provide a potential remedy

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but with an ageing population and inevitable need for more staff,

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those running care homes like this one say this problem isn't going to

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go away on its own. The decision on how

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to pay for Jersey's The plan is to borrow

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up to ?400 million. But States Members have voted to put

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off the debate until the plans are looked at more closely,

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as Luxmy Gopal explains. A vision of Jersey's future hospital

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- just under ?500 million needed Where that money will come

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from is still undecided. The debate on whether to borrow up

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to ?400 million was delayed from yesterday due to a question

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in the States of whether The States aren't allowed to borrow

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more than they collect in tax - so had to stop to check

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whether they collect enough to be allowed the amount of borrowing

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needed for the hospital. But, while that issue threw a cat

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among the pigeons yesterday, now there's a new delay -

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to allow scrutiny politicians This is a ?400 million

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borrowing to be paid back These things need to be

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looked at so carefully. That's the role of scrutiny, to make

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sure this is well researched, this is based on sound evidence

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and it does take time. States Members agreed to more time,

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despite previous reluctance by the Treasury Minister,

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who feared what interest rates It s difficult to tell,

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markets can move in both directions, but if they moved against us

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we could see up to ?6 million or more of additional costs

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in funding the hospital as a result But that's a gamble the States

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are taking, to spend more time on hospital funding,

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which would involve the biggest debt The father of a new born baby

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who died in Guernsey claims his partner was wrongly given

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drugs to induce labour Three women who, at the time,

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worked in the Princess Elizabeth Hospital maternity ward

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face misconduct charges. Today the father of the baby

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who died in 2014 gave He said the couple planned

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as natural a birth as possible - but labour-inducing drugs were given

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without his partner's agreement, and without

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the approval of a consultant. The practice of midwives acting

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on their own initiative has been described as part of a culture known

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as "The Guernsey Way." Jersey environmentalists warn

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deteriorating water quality Save Our Shoreline says

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unless action's taken, marine life will disappear

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and tourism will suffer. The Environment Department has asked

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advisers from the UK to review A clear blue sky and clear blue

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water - it's an image Jersey has built a reputation on,

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but some are worried Because the water quality has

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deteriorated, it's affecting Even the texture of the sand

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is different because the species We don't want a green mass,

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we want our golden beaches back. The campaign group has

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sent its report to the government review panel that's looking

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at water quality. "The Panel and their advisor

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will raise any issues "with the Department that

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are relevant to nitrates during The debate about the impact

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of sea lettuce isn't new, but we're still no closer

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to agreeing what causes it. Jersey's Environment Department has

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asked UK advisers to review They'll also be talking

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to Jersey Water who regularly We check our water daily,

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on a daily basis. We take thousands of tests a year

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to make sure that the water that not only the water that we're taking

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into our reservoirs is of good quality but also the water we're

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supplying our customers With another summer to look forward

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to, it's hoped our beaches The Battle of Flowers

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in Jersey may drop Mr Battle While Miss Battle is usually local,

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and wins her crown, Mr Battle tends to be a celebrity who's paid

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?8-12,000 to come to the island. But festival organisers

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believe the money could Support for people with autism

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in Guernsey has entered a new era. The Guernsey Autism Project, or GAP,

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has launched today - as a central information hub

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for the island. It's the culmination

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of a long term project, that'll see the charitable sector

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work more closely with Building friendships

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at the Amazing Club. It's just one of the services

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provided for youngsters Once a week, they meet

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at the Youth Commission to enjoy Now, anyone who wants

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to learn more about autism, and support groups like this can

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access a wealth of information From today the Guernsey

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Autism Project, or GAP, The problem with the situation

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we have at the moment is a lot of people with autism are not

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actually eligible for existing services,

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therefore they're not known. We know there are gaps in provision,

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we know there are people out there whose needs are not being met,

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but we don't know how many Some national studies suggest

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as many as one in 50 people It's hoped this new initiative

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could lead to more specific figures for Guernsey,

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as people who drop in will be given the opportunity to provide

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information anonymously to help There are no prevalent studies

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in Guernsey on autism, so if we could actually

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have a Guernsey prevalence study I'm not sure how we could ever have

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that funded, but in terms of perhaps trying to collate a bit of local

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data ourselves, then that could go GAP has already listed a wealth

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of information online, and talks are ongoing with Health

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and Social Care to provide help for adults who suspect they may be

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autistic themselves. It may be for those people who think

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that they might meet that autism spectrum condition but are unsure,

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and we are acutely aware that there are lots of

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unknown people out there. For the first time in Guernsey's

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history, the cards are on the table Whether it's information, support,

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or just a friendly face, the Guernsey Autism Project

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is now the one-stop-shop. Roisin Gauson, BBC Channel

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Islands News, Guernsey. Guernsey's Heather Watson was

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knocked out of the Australian Open by American qualifier Jennifer Brady

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2-6, 7-6, 10-8. The British number two was on course

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to win in straight sets, but lost five match points before

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being defeated in a deciding We've had a fairly dry week

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of weather, but so much colder. I resisted the woolly hat,

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because my ears stick out. I have got a Willie hat. I am going

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to need it. It is pretty cold. -- Woolley. Lovely sunshine. Sunrise at

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St Helier Yacht cloud is to morning. It is going to be a cold night to

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come. Not just in mind but even on the coast a part possible frost. A

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cold tri- gate tomorrow. Early frost but again plenty of sunshine. The

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setup has been the same always with this area of high pressure. It

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begins to move and this is for the weekend. A bit more high cloud. High

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pressure still tomorrow. As we move through the day and Saturday, the

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wind changes direction, a bit more southerly and that might bring more

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cloud. Still a lot of dry weather and still pretty cold. Temperatures

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already tumbling and by the end of the night most of us will see

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temperatures close to freezing, possibly even a couple of degrees

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below freezing for Jersey. Tomorrow is another lovely day. Almost

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unbroken sunshine. A bit of patchy cloud but most of us good clean dry

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air but it is not very warm tomorrow. Just four or five Celsius

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will be the maximum. Times of high water... For a work surfers there

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are some waves around, a few more by the end of the day particularly

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along the northern shores of Guernsey, two or three feet. Coastal

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waters, easterly winds, forced three to four and generally fair with good

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visibility. Here is how the dogs for the weekend. Temperatures not much

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different so you will still need to keep yourself one. -- still dry and

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still cold. The king called for the weekend but

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that full read/write. That is the latest news. Back at around 8pm and

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10:30pm. Good night. overwhelming volume of need that the

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service itself has revealed. Well, this week, we've highlighted

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some of the pressures facing But how can those pressures be eased

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and what will a future Joining us tonight to discuss those

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and more are Sarah Wollaton, the MP for Totnes, who's a former GP

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and chairman of the Claire Wright is an independent

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councillor in East Devon Kathy Byrne is chief

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executive of the Royal And Angela Pedder is chief executive

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of the Success Regime, set up to turn around the finances

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of the NHS in North, We also made repeated requests

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for a Government minister, Thank you for joining us. Let me

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start by saying to you, Sarah, that the letters NHS seem to have the

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word crisis permanently attached to them. How would you sum up the

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current state of the health service? Whereas winter pressures are nothing

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new, what's now changed are those pressures are year-round and become

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particularly severe in the winter. I would agree that the current

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pressures are unsustainable and my view is we need to look at this

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across both health and social care together, but it's not just about

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funding, it's about workforce and greater efforts on prevention. We

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need to have a whole system response rather than looking at this

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separately. We'll talk through some of those points this evening. Where

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do you think the key pinch points are and where could they be eased to

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ease the pressure of the whole of the health service? In some respects

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I think the health service is still responding in the way it might have

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responded back in the time of Nye Bevan. We are still waiting for

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things to happen before we step in rather than trying to prevent and

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promote better health care and keep people at home for as long as they

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can possibly be there. We are in fact still waiting for them to

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become ill and then trying to fix them once they become ill. How do

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you change that? There have been long held campaigns to try to

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encourage people to look after themselves. When you're in red

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alert, or black alert, and you are asking people not to come to A,

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what should people do instead? How can people look after themselves

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more and not present themselves at hospital as the first port of call?

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We need to step back and look at the system as a whole rather than

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looking at it only when it is in strife. If we take ourselves out of

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the crisis situation and stand back and look at the monumental resources

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that we apply to the health service and the social care system as a

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whole and say to ourselves, are we really putting our resources in the

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right place? Are we really saying to the community, do it all yourself?

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Or are we saying we think we've got our resources a little bit wrongly

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aligned with the need and now is the time for us to say should we spend

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it all acute care or should we redesigned the system so we are

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helping people to promote better health for themselves? Which is

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where the sustainability and transformation plan comes in. A lot

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of viewers tonight and this week have been asking if there's so much

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pressure on acute hospitals, what sense does it make as part of the

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SDP you're currently considering in closing community hospitals? Because

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all the evidence in Devon shows every day there are 600 people in a

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hospital bed that don't need to be there. It's back to service point

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about the integration between health and social care. The only option

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available at the moment, if a GP has a frail old person that needs

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additional support, some nursing, the only option for most people is

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they refer people into A If you could intervene early, if you've got

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a plan, you could wrap services around that individual for sometimes

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a short period of time and maintain that person at home. That's the

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shift we have to be able to deliver, to offer people a different set of

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choices. People tell us they want to be at home if they can be. People

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are also very concerned there won't be local hospitals if the

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sustainability plans go ahead. Lots of people from North Devon are

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worried about the pressure on services elsewhere. If you no longer

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have A and other services at the North Devon District Hospital. What

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sense does it make to close some of these hospitals if we know there are

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already pressures on the acute hospitals? There are no plans or

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proposals at North Devon. We have a review of acute services across all

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of Devon. A and maternity could go. We are reviewing services across

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Devon, but there are no proposals. We do have problems in terms of

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ensuring we can continue to deliver the standard of all acute services

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for stroke, maternity, paediatrics, neonatal. Standards have gone up.

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There is so much more we can do for people and we have to be sure those

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services are safe and sustainable and because we don't have problems

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in terms of staffing at St Mary's, that services don't fall over.

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Recently in North Durston, somebody left and overnight we didn't have a

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service. We had to put something in at short notice. We have a

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responsibility to look forward and plan and say how our services

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sustainable? If the service isn't available at short notice, it could

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become unsafe quickly. We will talk more in detail throughout the

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evening. Claire Wright. Can you explain the logic which many viewers

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are struggling to understand of proposals to close community beds

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when we know there is so much pressure elsewhere in the health

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service? It doesn't seem very logical at all. The thing that no

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one has yet mentioned is government underfunding. Devon can to counsel,

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I'm a counsellor, and social care has had huge budget cuts over the

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past few years. Angela talked about 600 people being in hospital beds

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every day that shouldn't be there. If social care was adequately

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funded, a lot of those patients could get back home will stop but it

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isn't. If there was proper funding for social care, we wouldn't

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necessarily need the community hospitals? If their work a package

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is in place for people to be cared for at home or other environments

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within the community? No, I think community hospitals are absolutely

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vital. If you look at the occupancy rates set out in an audit from 2015,

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the occupancy rates are really high, around 85%. Local people really

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value them. Community hospitals are absolutely vital in alleviating the

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pressure from acute hospitals. I don't think we can do without them.

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Let's go back to the beginning of the process. People frustrated they

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can't get an appointment with their GP so they rocked up at A The

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Prime Minister has said this week GPs need to do more to alleviate

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that pressure and their operating hours need to be extended. What's

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the feeling from GPs? Dual practice is under enormous pressure. The

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workforce pressure is very severe. When I think back 20 years ago,

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there would have been many applications for every vacancy in

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general practice. There are parts of Devon where people can't recruit or

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get any applications for those places. This is not just about GPs.

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It's about specialist nursing staff and also physiotherapists. Many

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professionals across the whole team. What did you think of the idea of

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having more GPs in emergency departments so they can filter out

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and deal with some of the patient's? In some places that does help when

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you can have triage at the front door of the carriage of the

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Department and direct people to co-located casualties departments.

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One of the criticisms about the government responds on Friday was

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that if you're asking GPs to man: OK did accident and emergency, and man

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conventional out of our services as well as services on a Saturday and

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Sunday in their own surgeries, there isn't the workforce to go round in

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many parts of the country. GPs would love to be editor of a staggered

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working week to provide that care, but there simply isn't the workforce

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to do all three. What we found on the health committee when we looked

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at this in detail was we are in danger of undermining existing out

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of hours providers if we stretch it too far. We have to make sure these

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responses are appropriate to the area. As a form of rule GP, I know

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that if you federate very brutal practices, what can happen is people

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travel to other more inconvenient local -- location. It's not one size

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fits all. We'll explore more of the issues on Facebook after 7pm. I want

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to bring in some of the ideas we saw proposed earlier, the idea of GPs in

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accident and emergency. Is that something you would consider in the

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Royal Cornwall and what difference could that make? I must say I agree

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with what Sarah has said in relation to how far can we stretch already

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pressured resources. I would go back to saying, as I said earlier, if

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people were more appropriately cared for in their homes, why would we

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take GPs, general practitioners, and put them in an Acute Hospital to see

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a patient when they arrive? Wouldn't it make more sense to support the

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GPs and the primary care and the wider community services to assist

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people to stay at home and provide alternatives. When people,

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particularly elderly fragile people, when they come near an Acute

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Hospital, they tend to be admitted because of their own circumstances

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not being good at home, or there isn't the support for them. They

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come into the Acute Hospital and then it's very difficult for them to

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get out again. Sometimes we de-condition them to the point where

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they become no longer able to look after themselves and we make them

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dependent. There couldn't be anything sillier than that. And more

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damaging to individuals. We have literally only just scratched the

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surface in the 11 minutes we've just had, but we will continue the

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discussion on Facebook later. Later I hope we can explore some of your

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ideas for solutions and how the NHS may look in the future. Thank you

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very much indeed for that. Keep your comments coming. Thank you for

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questions and comments we've had. We'll continue the debate later in

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the evening. Yes, thank you for your comments and

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questions about the NHS. And remember that debate

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will continue in just a few minutes You don't need to have

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a Facebook account to watch. You can find it at

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facebook.com/bbcspotlight. In the meantime, David, how was it

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looking on the weather? Cold is the main story for both tonight and

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tomorrow. Some low temperatures. A widespread overnight frost.

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Temperatures now just two or three degrees above freezing for most of

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the south-west. Frost is already forming and it will be very frosty

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tomorrow morning. Some lovely sunshine, but definitely feeling

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pretty cold. An area of high pressure which moves around a bit

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more through the weekend. It opens the door to allow more clout to come

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through. Clear skies at the moment and that will last until the end of

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tomorrow. As we move through Friday and into Saturday, we start to see

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changes in the wind direction. It becomes more southerly. By the start

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of the weekend, there's a lot more cloud, particularly for the more

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western parts of Cornwall, where there may also be showers on

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Saturday. The frost is already starting to form. Some pretty cold

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weather across the whole of southern parts of England. It's been cold but

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fine. Let me show you what it's been like looking across Plymouth Sound.

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This is Jenny Cliff. Jeff has been Kacaniklic is of the setting sun.

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It's been glorious stop -- Jeff has been catching a glimpse of the

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setting sun. Temperatures have struggled because of the cold air.

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Even though we've had the sunshine, it's been pretty chilly. The frost

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is starting to form overnight and by the end of the night we are looking

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at low temperatures. -3 minus four. For tomorrow, pretty much the same

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sort of day as today. Maybe a bit more cloud floating along the south

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coast, just spoiling the sunshine. But for all of us it will be a cold,

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fine, dry day with a top temperature of between four and eight Celsius.

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For many of us, you will need to wrap up warm. There is more breeze

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out the West. A cold wind. You will need to be wrapped up warm. The

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times of high water... And the surf...

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More of a wave along the north coast. The waves generally clean. An

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easterly wind tomorrow. Occasionally five through the English Channel and

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through the Isles of Scilly. Fair with good visibility. You've been

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taking pictures and some lovely shots this afternoon. This is the

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famous bridge across the River Tame R. Some frost in Devon. And some

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glorious sunrises and sunsets over the last couple of days. On Saturday

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and Sunday, a bit more cloud around. Still dry, but note the

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temperatures. Still a cold story as well. Have a good evening. Back to

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you. That's all from Spotlight

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