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Good evening, I'm Charlie McArdle welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Disabled islanders face a daily struggle for access.

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The provision of a ramp or outside lift which wheelchairs could use

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will obviously solve the problem. I think it's a good opportunity to be

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in the vanguard of a lot of local businesses over here to provide for

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this sort of facility. tighter regulations for commercial

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vessels in Guernsey. And from cradle to grave -

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400 years of family history We have another cold night,

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widespread frost and sunshine tomorrow, turning mist later. All

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the details of me later in the programme.

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People with disabilities in Jersey say they are facing daily

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difficulties because of limited access to commercial premises.

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Although the Islands government is holding a public consultation

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into the concerns disabled residents have, some say the island

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has a long way to go to become disabled-friendly.

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John's local post office is soon to be based here at the reception

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But the only way in is up these stairs.

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The provision of a ramp or outside lift which wheelchairs could use

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And it's a good opportunity for Jersey Evening Post

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in the vanguard of a lot of local businesses over here to provide

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But like many old buildings in Jersey, this one wasn't designed

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And changing it isn't as simple as it seems.

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We've got the added complication of running it as a through road

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as well, so we have traffic running right by those stairs so we've got

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to be considerate of how people would get onto a ramp or elevator.

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So we'd have to look at building a refuge

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for them first and foremost, so it would mean a whole

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redesign of the front of building, which is why we're spending a bit

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more time than just putting a ramp up.

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Navigating around St Helier can be a bit of a minefield.

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This is a particularly difficult challenge,

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door and step, so I have to push with hand that works.

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Pam is partially paralysed after a stroke, and often

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While she has sympathy for businesses, she feels the island

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has a long way to go to become disabled-friendly.

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A lot of the buildings are listed, they problems obviously,

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but there are ways around it, temporary ramps that can be lifted

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up and taken in at the end of the day, and I think it's time

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Jersey really has to start thinking about disabled people.

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This town told us that they do have ramps for people who need them.

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We asked for comment from the Town Centre Manager,

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the Infrastructure Minister, and Jersey Post but they either

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didn't get back to us or they said it didn't come

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But with new disability laws set to come in next year,

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Disabled access could be higher on people's agenda.

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Three Guernsey midwives who are facing charges of misconduct

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following the death of a baby at Guernsey's Princess Elizabeth

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Hospital in 2014 will have to wait until next month to find out

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Lisa Granville, Antonia Manousaki and Tuija Roussel accept

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some of the charges, and deny others.

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All three worked on Loveridge Ward at the time.

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Their hearing will resume on the 6th of February.

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Controversial proposals to introduce tighter regulations for commercial

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vessels in Guernsey have been making waves among the island's

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Following the adoption of the UK Port Marine Safety Code,

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the Harbour Master must review current legislation and also

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A proposed Bailiwick of Guernsey code is at consultation stage.

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Poor communication, complacency, and a failure to follow safety

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procedures led to this passenger ferry hitting a reef last year.

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And now safety regulations are being tightened up.

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A consultation's underway that will affect all

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Some of the key proposals are that there needs to be:

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More qualifications for crew members.

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And also a full time engineer present for every journey.

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Guernsey's Harbour master is proposing the changes.

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He says safety is ultimately his responsibility.

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We aren't suggesting people are not experienced or have a wealth of

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knowledge and competence, but we need to have that in some sort of

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structure that we can force and monitor as the agency and ultimately

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the people who December and explaining the awful event of an

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incident happening. -- who have to stand there and explain.

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This man's worked in shipping for 50 years

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But he says the new safety code would mean that he wouldn't be

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allowed to work on any commercial vessels.

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The qualifications is currently written are very stringent, and as

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it stands, I wouldn't be able to work on any of the vessels. That is

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quite a high standard? I'm not sure it was the intention, but that is

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how it was worded, and that's where you engage in consultation.

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Peshmerga that's why you engage. -- that is why you engage.

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The consultation finishes at the end of the month with the new code

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For the first time ever, Jersey baptism, marriage and death

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records going back to 1540 have been made available to search online.

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A collection of 72,000 images can now be viewed at ancestry.com due

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to a two-year collaboration with jersey Heritage.

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Jon De La Haye has been delving into the islands history.

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We have lots of different people here. We have somebody whose father

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was a painter, a gardener, we have an illegitimate child here. So we've

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got lots of information here that people can use to trace their family

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history. A 19th century baptism

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register from St Helier - now accessible online

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for anyone to see. Thousands of images featuring

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hundreds of thousands of people between 1540 and 1940 are now

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available - and these documents have already helped those

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tracing their roots. We actually had a couple in on

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Saturday, and they came in to the archive, they knew that the

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gentleman's grandfather had left Jersey in the 1920s, but they didn't

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really know anything else about the family. Within an hour, we were back

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to the 1760s by using the Parish records. Richter baptisms, the

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marriage of the parents. They are wonderful for building up the family

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tree. Bye many of Jersey's more famous. -- many of Jersey's more

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famous. famous residents also

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feature in these records, from Jessie Boot, World number one

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golfer Harry Vardon, The Church of England documents

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needed to be legally released by Jersey's Dean,

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who thought they should be by people, so should belong

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to them to be accessed. The secrets of 400 years of Jersey's

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history is now available to members of this website,

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but also for free here Jersey Reds have reached the quarter

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finals of the British Irish Cup. They faced Ulster A for a place in

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the final eight of the rugby cup - but the Irish side didn't make it

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an easy win for the hosts It was a strong start for the Reds

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at St Peter as Uili Kolo'ofa'i scored the first points

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in the match. But with a home quarter

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final up for grabs - a first for the island -

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guest side Ulster A wasn't They soon made it equal with this

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try and then McPhillips conversion But despite a good effort

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from the Reds and a strong support crowd of over 1400 at

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St Peters, the home side And that gap continued

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to grow in the second half. Ulster went 11 points

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ahead with a 21-10 lead. But with lots of board

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banging and encouragement from the supporters,

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the hosts fought back. With just ten minutes to go,

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Jersey finally over took And went even further to win

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the match 26-21 to make history. We knew how big a game

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this was and the reward of a home quarter final,

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I think um more impressive was how we - the way we went

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about our business today. We showed character and we got

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a bonus point to win. To come from 21-10 down

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was exceptional and the boys really Jersey Reds now hope this success

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and a home quarter final will enable them to repeat last seasons success

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and make it through to the semifinal Fixtures for the British Irish

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cup quarter finals have Jersey will host Cornish Pirates

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on the second weekend in March. It's been a very cold few

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days in the Islands, with most of us waking up

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to a blanket of frost. Not good if you need

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to scrape the car windscreen, but fantastic conditions for taking

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great pictures, which some have you have posted

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to our Facebook page. Tristan Boscher captured this

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magical shot of the sun coming And Laura Garnham took this

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in the lanes of St Saviours. If you've got a great picture

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there is way you can share it to many others and possibly be seen

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across the BBC, it's David Braine can tell us

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more and of course bring You are quite right. If you look for

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BBC weather Watchers, you can register and send your photographs

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in. Not just seen across the Channel islands, seen right across the

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world. This is one of our weather Watchers, a lovely shot of Guernsey

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in the morning sunshine this morning. But as we have been seeing,

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the frost is already starting to form. It is another bitterly cold

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night to come. A frosty start tomorrow. Fine and sunny again, but

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perhaps turning a bit misty overnight tomorrow night. And into

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the early hours of Wednesday morning. For the most part, it is

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still a dry story. The high pressure which has been with us since the

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start of the year is very stubborn. It's sticking its hills and again,

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still across as buying the middle of the day tomorrow. There are several

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mother fronts trying to move into western Europe. -- weather fronts.

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They bump up the area of high pressure, squeezy isobars and give

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us a strong wind on Thursday. Thursday could end up being quite a

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raw feeling day, not only will it be windy but with the cold it will feel

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quite bitter. Quite a high wind chill factor as well. The cloud

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covering the south-eastern part of UK has been mist and low cloud, and

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for all of us overnight tonight the skies will be largely clear. Which

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will allow those temperatures to get pretty much where they were last

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night, zero, possibly as low as minus one. Widespread overnight

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frost to start tomorrow morning across the islands. Tomorrow is

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another fine day was the frost has lifted. The wind light in,

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eventually coming in from the South or Southwest. That will help

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temperatures up to nine or 10 degrees as a maximum. At times of

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high water. And for our servers, the wave size is increasing. Quite a big

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swell developing in the Atlantic, some waves will come ashore. 2-4

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feet. The coastal waters forecast, southerly force to 23-macro,

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generally fair with good visibility. Wednesday could start of cold, and a

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bit misty. And then a breezy and cold feeling day on Thursday. Have a

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good evening. Charlie. Thanks, David, nice haircut. If you have a

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great picture, we would like to see them. You can post them on the

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weather watchers page, or our Facebook page.

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You're up to date with the news from the Channel islands -

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I'll be back at 8pm with an update and then again at 10.30pm.

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A mother from Somerset calling for a fresh investigation

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into the death of her son on the Isles of Scilly has

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had a private meeting with a senior police officer.

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Tracey Clayton says she's convinced someone else was responsible

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for the death of her son Josh on Tresco 16 months ago.

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Last week, a coroner ordered Devon and Cornwall Police to investigate

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Mrs Clayton has been speaking exclusively

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Before I take my last breath, we will know what happened to my boy.

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Without a doubt, we will find out and we will get justice for Josh.

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When police on the Isles of Scilly found the body of Josh Clayton, they

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put it down to accidental death. The bar manager vanished after attending

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a private party on Tresco. His body was discovered ten days later. Last

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week, an inquest into his death was halted when evidence emerged. This

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man, Leroy Thomas, told the hearing he witnessed Josh arguing with a

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group of men. The coroner said the police needed to reinvestigate.

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Which has given some hope to Josh Clayton's family who remain

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convinced someone else was responsible for his death. I have

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had a meeting with Devon and Cornwall police, a senior police

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officer, who has assured me he will review and hopefully look for any

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gaps that happened throughout the investigation. It definitely was not

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an accident. I have thought it from day one, I still believe it now. The

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police force have issued a statement saying we were only made aware of

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the new evidence at the inquest and are carrying out further enquiries.

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It is not clear how long they will take all what they will uncover

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given the matter of time since Josh Clayton died. His mother who until

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now has said she wanted a new force to investigate says she will give

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Devon and Cornwall a week to convince heard they are serious

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about uncovering the truth. A 300-year-old Dartmoor Bridge has

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been struck by motorists more Devon County Council says the cost

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of repairing the ancient structure but they now have a plan

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to cut the cost. Today, CCTV cameras at the bridge

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have been turned on and motorists who hit the bridge will be

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charged for repairs. You might expect to be watched by

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cameras here. But what about here? From today, Big Brother is watching

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this bridge. Built in the era of the horse and cart, it now has to cope

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with much more. The area north of Ashburton is popular with canoeists

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and walkers as well as being a busy route for locals. But despite

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warning signs, some drivers are taking risks. Risks which are

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damaging the bridge and taking time and money to repair. Over 20 years

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it has been repeatedly damaged many times in a year and recently that

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seems to have got worse, say we are introducing the CCTV as a final

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resource. New home bridge is one of nearly 3005 Hundred Rd bridges in

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Devon. The county council has a budget of ?100,000 to fix accident

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damage on all of them. Last year they went over that budget in South

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Devon alone. We cannot afford to keep spending out money like we are

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doing at the present time. It will cost around ?9,000 to pretend that

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we think we can recover that money over the course of one year. How do

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local people feel about CCTV cameras being used here? Horrified. This is

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creeping urbanisation, it does not belong on Dartmoor but the more I

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thought about it and the amount of damage, putting up signs does not

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deter people send the charging them well. Anyone caught on camera who

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fills to stop will be contacted by the council which will reclaim costs

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for repairs from the driver or their insurer.

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It's time for the sport now and Natalie's here

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After last week's glamour of the FA Cup, Plymouth Argyle got back

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to League business with a 2-1 win away at Cheltenham.

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The victory means they're still second in Division 2.

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The Pilgrims took the lead in the 26th minute when Sonny Bradley

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After Cheltenham had equalised, fans had to wait until stoppage time

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It's the second time this season the centreback has

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It was the meeting of the two in-form teams of the division

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and Exeter came out on top, beating Colchester 3-0.

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Reuben Reid, David Wheeler and Liam McAlinden scored the goals

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giving the Grecians' playoff hopes a big boost.

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It's 999 for Exeter - they're now ninth in the league,

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have extended their unbeaten run to nine and ended Colchester's

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Yeovil could have had it all, but had to settle

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Francois Zoko put them ahead - Blackpool drew level and then

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Darren Ward put the Glovers back in the lead.

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It looked like they would hold on, but they were denied in the fifth

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The Exeter Chiefs are out of Europe after losing

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They reached the quarterfinals stage last year, but this term lost four

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of their six pool games, making for an early exit.

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Their French hosts scored seven tries while the Chiefs replied

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Rob Baxter said he was very disappointed with the manner

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of their departure from a competition.

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He feels sure the Chiefs could win at some stage.

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Now, it's time to meet the Wrinklies - that's not what I've called them -

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They've got an average age of 80 and their oldest player is 94 -

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incidentally her baby brother is 92 and he plays too.

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They meet in Ottery St Mary once a week for a spot of table tennis.

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It keeps them fit and in some cases has changed their lives.

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Andy Birkett doesn't quite fit into their age bracket, but he's

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Speed, reactions, agility - things we are told diminish with age.

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While that may be true, this group of senior sportsmen

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and women are proof that sometimes guile, finesse and, of course,

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If I do the housework, I'm allowed out in the afternoon.

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What is it about coming here and playing table tennis

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It is the highlight of most people's week, you know.

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We just look forward to it, have a wonderful time.

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The standard has been going up all the time.

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Try telling that to Frank that it's just about keeping fit.

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The man with the most fearsome serve in the whole of...

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As well as the fun side to all of this, there

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Over the last few years, John has offered a number of strokes,

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For some time now he doesn't know who I am and will ask at least

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several times a day, I don't know you, who are you?

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When he's away from here, he can't walk properly up the road,

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People with dementia tend to get worse like this because they have

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Physically here, he's different as well.

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He has never fallen playing table tennis here.

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And then there is Diana and her 92-year-old baby brother David.

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I'm told the last time these two played a singles match

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What do you get out of coming here and playing table tennis?

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I love the company, but I also love table tennis and, you know,

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I think you have to think about it, and you have to move about a bit,

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It's better than a rocking chair and a tartan rug.

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I couldn't leave here without testing whether youth

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I've never been so relieved to lose at something

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She beat him fair and square! Diana showed him. Some great volleys.

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Really brilliant. Now, weather is a topic

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we all like to discuss - too hot, too cold -

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we're never happy! And the Met Office says last year

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was the warmest year on record. But does it still snow

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like it used to? Jemma Woodman has been taking

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a look back at the great Is anywhere more beautiful

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than Dartmoor in the snow? And a light dusting at least

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is pretty much guaranteed But if you think you remember a time

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when you only have to walk out your front door to be knee-deep

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in drifts, then you're The older you are, the more

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likely you are to say, But is that true or just faded

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memories wrapped up in nostalgia? Time to dip into the

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archives to find out. In 1963, the south-west bore

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the brunt of a series There were large-scale

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rescue operations. The chief one was the

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relief of Whittendown. But in 2010, the same

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thing happened again. This time it was milk tankers

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getting stuck on the roads in what proved to be the coldest

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winter in 30 years. Actually the footage shows that

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2010 doesn't compare to 1963 for cold or snow,

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but there's one winter that does For that we have to go way back

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in the archives before many of you were born and regional

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TV didn't exist. Mike at the southwest film

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and television archive has dug I have had a good look in the

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database and in the paper records. There is very little

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of 1947, but I think I have Hope Cove looking more

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like Antarctica than The lifeboat brings in food supplies

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to marooned villagers. In 1947, January 22,

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the snow started to fall and fell every day somewhere in the UK

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for over 70 days. And if you want to know why it

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doesn't snow like it use to, find out the answer

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on Inside Out South West Now with the forecast of blizzards

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on the way... No chance. I don't think we will see any snow but what

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we saw on the beach at Dawlish this morning, you might be forgiven for

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thinking there was snow but it is actually frost. Also a beautiful

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South Devon coast with a view out across to Bow Island. It looks like

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the fine, clear skies will lead to another sharp frost overnight

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tonight. Dry and bright for most of this week. Frost and fog but also

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becoming quite windy later on. You will notice not a great deal of rain

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in that forecast. First thing tomorrow, it is the freezing fog

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that could be a problem. Both later on tonight and first thing tomorrow,

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particularly across parts of Dorset, Somerset and the east of Devon.

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There is quite a nice line of cloud out to the west which has rain on it

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but it does not get much closer. We have high pressure in charge. By the

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middle of Wednesday it is starting to weaken and by Thursday it will

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get a bit closer. A really cold feeling day on Thursday with

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Southeast winds and low temperatures. That was the satellite

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picture from earlier today. Not only in land was it fine but also along

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the coast. This is Watergate Bay where it was a beautiful day. A bit

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of haze in the air, quite a bit of pollution around today but not so

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bad tomorrow by something for our selfless and walkers along the

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coastline, some lovely weather. See temperatures around nine or 10

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degrees. Let's follow the forecast through the night to calm because

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with all this clear sky, the temperatures are falling and we will

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see some mist and fog developing later in the night. Further west, I

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would not say it is frost free but temperatures are slightly higher. I

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don't think anywhere will escape a touch of frost at some point through

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the night with the lowest temperatures, -5 possible. Much of

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the day tomorrow is fine and dry. More cloud from time to time. A

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slightly higher temperature between nine and 11 degrees. For the Isles

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of Scilly, staying dry with sunny spells. Have a good evening.

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Just before we go, a look ahead to tomorrow's Spotlight.

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We're investigating why people are commuting further and further.

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We'd like to hear about your journey to work -

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You can get in touch via Facebook, Twitter and email.

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If you would like to join me on BBC radio Devon, I am on between one and

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4pm. But from all of us here, good night.

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To break someone physically... Agh! ..is not a problem.

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Nectar of the gods, I'm telling you. Thank you, Colonel.

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He's definitely battling some demons.

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If they have a fear of water, God help them.

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Tom Jones, obviously. Winston Churchill.

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