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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Wednesday 01 March.

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Making the news tonight: Hang up - drivers who repeatedly

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use their mobiles are warned they could be banned

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from the roads as the police toughen up their stance.

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We've seen an increase of a fifth in the last year. We're right there are

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a lot more and it has become more Cuts continue, but as Guernsey

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records a budget surplus should Cuts continue, but as become

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more Guernsey records the island stick to its guns

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or consider cutting the cuts? Reviewing rental laws -

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tenants could face fewer charges as concerns are raised

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about the cost of renting homes. And we are in for a very windy night

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over the islands. Mainly dry. Wet weather towards the end of the week.

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The details coming up later. 444 drivers were prosecuted

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for using mobile phones That is the highest number

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for the last four years. Jersey Police have launched

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a new campaign to crack down on the offence,

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on the same day that the UK has So with figures increasing

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in the Channel Islands, More and more drivers in Jersey

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are illegally using mobile Even within half an hour of filming

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police road checks today to mark the launch of their new campaign,

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five drivers were caught But it is not just police presence

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contributing to last year's record of the highest number

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of prosecutions since 2012. We've seen an increase

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of about a fifth over the last year and that really is of course

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we are out there a lot more, it's become a lot more

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socially unacceptable. We get lots of people phoning us

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and say they've just seen someone on a mobile phone

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and they are really angry about it. People know now how dangerous it can

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be and we've seen the tragic results Not only is it dangerous,

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but it is also costly, with drivers facing

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a fine up to ?1,000. However most of those caught

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in 2016 paid ?100 or less. Road safety campaigners say

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fines need to be more. The current penalties don't go

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far enough, do they, and obviously if your figures

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are showing there is an increase they blatantly aren't working

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what we need is a real strong deterrent and ?75, ?100 isn't

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enough to deter somebody If we're going to really cut this

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down, we need to hit people where it hurts the most and that seems to be

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in the pocket. But some drivers in Jersey believe

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punishment needs to go further. A driving ban should be introduced

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because it would be equal punishment for all types of people, whether

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they have money or not. I think it would stop people from going on

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their phones. People will just pay the fine. If you lose your license,

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it's a bigger things. There is never any justification for using a mobile

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phone while driving. Now call is that important. People have got used

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to it. Something needs to be put in place to get it out of the psyche

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that it is acceptable to use the mobile phone.

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The department responsible for Jersey's roads is working

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on a new penalty points system to be in place in the next

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But will it be enough to stop drivers taking the law

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A man has appeared at Jersey's Royal Court,

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accused of the attempted murder of his friend.

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The court heard Gerard Eamon Maguire stabbed Shaun Patrick Howard

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in the neck with a knife after a drunken

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The family of a Jerseyman, who was killed with another British

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tourist in Thailand have asked the authorities there to show

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leniency towards two Burmese men facing the death penalty

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Jersey's David Miller and Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk

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were found dead on a Thai beach in 2014.

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An appeal court in Thailand has upheld the death

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In a statement, the Miller family said the court process had been fair

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and effective and the killers' guilt has now been confirmed.

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The chief executive of the States of Alderney has resigned,

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Victor Brownlees has served in the role since 2014

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and will leave in May, which is in line with his contract.

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There are calls to reconsider planned cuts to public

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The Policy and Resources Committee intends to trim 3% from public

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spending this year followed by 5% for the two years after.

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But there is a warning to islanders not to get carried away

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with a recent return to a budget surplus.

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Guernsey is trying to trim public spending.

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It is slashing 3% off committee budgets this year.

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And this man plans to cut another 5% in 2018 and a further

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It could save the government ?26 million over the next three years.

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But some deputies are warning the cuts may be hard to achieve.

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Two thirds of the revenue goes on education, health care and law and

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order. The idea that cuts of this magnitude can be achieved by

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bureaucratic savings or administrative savings that no one

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will notice, I think is fantasy. The states have to get into the core of

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whether we are prepared to cut public services or whether we want

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to defend public services and then we will have to raise more revenue.

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But a Guernsey tax adviser is urging the States to stick with substantial

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spending cuts over the rest of this political term.

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Since the turn-of-the-century, the island has increased its income by

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50% and increased its expenditure by 83%. We have gone through uncertain

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times and there is more coming. This is the wrong time to send out the

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wrong message which is that we are fine and wet get back to spending.

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Everyone in the Ireland knows that we spend more than we should.

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The man controlling Guernsey's purse strings wasn't available

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for interview today but said in a statement: "The 5%

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reductions are collective aims for the States as a whole,

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and have not been levied on any committee at this stage.

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The Policy and Resources Committee has no reason

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However, work is now being carried out to consider the extent of any

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underlying improvement and what that may mean for the 2017

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The island's politicians will face a fundamental debate in June,

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when they will decide how best to tackle future shortfalls

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You're watching the BBC in the Channel Islands.

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Later in Spotlight with Justin and Victoria: After 90 years,

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the end of an era for this family run post office.

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Jersey's housing minister says she will do whatever needs to be

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done to make sure letting agencies in the island are fair

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Deputy Pryke has launched a review into their practices and may follow

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England in banning agencies from charging tenants fees.

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Moving house can be an expensive business.

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There is rent to pay, bills to cover, and in Jersey -

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for some properties ? there is also the fee you have to give

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I understand they need to make a profit. I think if the challenged

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the landlord instead of the person renting, that would solve the issue.

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Moving is expensive enough as it is. I don't think they're doing much for

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that money. I think it is fair play. I've never looked at it and thought

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it was unfair the. But at Gaudin and Company,

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they believe it is the landlords It is the landlord's property. They

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can afford to pay the fee for us to do the work for them. I think that

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is the way it should go. This letting agency may not charge

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the so-called introduction fee but there are several

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across the island that do. The fee is usually the equivalent

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of one week's rent and is taken by the agency once

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you accept their priority. That's on top of the deposit

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and the first month's rent up front. So the Housing Minister now wants

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to hear from the public She says she will consider banning

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tenancy fees altogether. Letting agencies are our business so

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they need to make some money. But some people I understand have been

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charging the landlord as opposed to the tenant for doing the same thing.

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And that's wrong. Anyone wanting to contribute to the

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review has until the end of April. Spring is in the air somewhere

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and it means we now know that Jersey had its driest winter for 20 years

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and while one of the sunniest on record February was

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the dullest for a decade. David Braine joins us

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now for the forecast. Now are you going to

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bring us sunshine? Well, I will try. It's not looking

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too hopeful. Tomorrow is the best day for sunshine. More cloud around

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on Friday. The weekend is a mixture of sunshine and showers. Tomorrow is

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the best day of the week. Writer and mainly dry. The winds will ease. The

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winds are a feature of the weather overnight tonight. Blustery westerly

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wind has developed and continues to develop this evening across much of

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western Britain, the West of France. By the middle of the day, the strong

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winds have gone. We have a ridge of high pressure to bring us some

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sunshine. Saturday and Sunday, looks like it will be showery. Some quite

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frequent showers through both days through the weekend ahead. The

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strength of wind is a concern this evening. Gust of wind up to 50 or 55

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mph for a short while this evening. The winds begin to ease. Blustery

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evening and a blustery start to the night. Largely dry. A few showers

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around and temperatures of 6 degrees. Not a warm start to the

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day. Apart from a few stray showers, there is some dry weather to be had.

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Feeling warmer with ten or 11 degrees the highest temperature.

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Here are the times of high water. The coastal waters forecast. Let's

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see if we can find you some sunshine. Not much around on Friday.

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Cloudy. Southerly winds giving some pretty good temperatures. Saturday

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and Sunday, both days, a good chance to see some sunshine but

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short-lived. Brisk south-west winds on both days. Ten is the maximum.

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Parents across the Channel Islands are most probably panicking

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and making costumes ahead of World Book Day tomorrow.

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Don't forget to send us your pictures either on Facebook,

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Twitter or by email - to [email protected] and we'll try

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and show a selection on tomorrow night s programme.

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You're up to date with the latest news for the Channel Islands.

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I'll be back with your headlines at 8pm.

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but today a Cornish post office sold its last stamp

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It's been a stalwart of the community, but Paynters Lane

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End Post Office in Illogan closed at lunchtime.

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It'll be replaced by a new counter service in a local shop,

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part of a major modernisation programme by the Post Office.

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Selling stamps for the last time before shutting up shop after nearly

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But, of course, like every other day, could post

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But, of course, like every other day, the post

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Three generations of the same family had served the Illogan

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It was started by Grandpa, William and Annie, in 1928,

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In is a pasty shop now but it was a butcher and a post

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office, and they ran it for 22 years, I think.

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And then my father-in-law, Douglas, took it over in 1953,

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but he moved here in 1955, and this building was personally

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Some loyal customers have been using the Paynters Lane End Post Office

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I've been coming over here 58 years and I will miss it.

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They are very upset, naturally, and I will miss them

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And emotional end to the data in Cornwall.

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Now, no doubt you enjoyed a few pancakes last night before any Lent

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ambitions to lay off the chocolate or resist a glass of wine.

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But what about giving up the comfort of your own bed and sleeping rough

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Well, that's exactly what former prison governor turned vicar

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He wants to raise awareness about the growing problem of homelessness.

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Spotlight's Andrea Ormsby's been to meet him, and his dog.

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Ash Wednesday, a day of symbolism in the Christian church.

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From dust you came, to dust you shall return.

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The sign of the cross in ash on the foreheads of the faithful.

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It marks the start of Lent, when many fast from food or drink.

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But for the vicar of St George's in Goodrington, it's the comfort

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I've got a lot of concerns actually, yes.

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Last night I thought I would have the best night sleep

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ever in my own bed and it all went wrong and I was up at 5:30am.

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I guess I am quite worried about it actually.

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It seemed like a good idea at the time but I'm not totally

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Father Gary and his dog Tess will spend the full 40 nights

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of Lent sleeping rough to raise awareness of the growing

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Some people might say to this is a nice thing to do but wouldn't

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it be better to open the doors of your church and let

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They might say that, yes, but I don't think it is a nice

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We have opened the door of the church and we open them

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The difficulty with that as it is OK to provide somebody with a roof

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over their head for a short term but actually what you need to do

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is engage with people so that they don't have to sleep

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on the streets, so they have the skills that they need

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to be able to get a job, to be had to get into work,

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to be able to get a job, to be able to get into work,

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to get proper housing, not just some temporary

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accommodation in a church or somewhere else.

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He's bringing a sort of new dimension to it.

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People are obviously very keen to get involved and to hear

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It is such a huge sacrifice that he is making to bring that

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That's a long time to go out and do something like that.

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He's reaching to the people who are not of the community.

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I think it is absolutely wonderful and I think it's a great sacrifice

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that he is making for this time and at the same time

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it shows his concern for what is around us,

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which is homeless people and people with mental problems

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Before being ordained he'd been the governor of Pentonville Prison

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and Exeter Prison and says many of those released

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Now Father Gary hopes his six weeks sleeping rough will help raise money

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And do wish and his lovely dog all the best. We will check on the

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weather forecast for them in just a moment.

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And we're hoping to keep in touch with Reverend Deighton during Lent

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From that thought-provoking mission to a young chap.

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Pupils at a school in Devon have taken part in a walk to raise

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awareness of a debilitating condition which affects one

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Seven-year-old Lucas Trice has hip dysplasia which occurs when the hip

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Spotlight's John Danks joined the kids on their walk.

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They called it the Warrior Walk, appropriate enough

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considering the conditions they had to brave.

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Throughout the day all of the pupils at Stover School

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near Newton Abbot put down their pens to plod a mile.

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And it was all for seven-year-old Lucas.

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Myself and Lucas was diagnosed with hip dysplasia when he was four

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months old and we set up a small charity which over the last 12

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months has simply snowballed and the school have very kindly got on board

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and organised an entire day and we hope that this is just the beginning

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of putting hip displacing on the map for patients -- parents.

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Joining them on the walk was a former Paralympic

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swimmer who competed in the London 2012 Games.

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I was diagnosed at four years old and underwent all the treatments

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that Lucas went through and I have developed a swimming career and I

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joined the charity because like Natalie, my parents didn't have the

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support they wanted, so I am doing a party for them and partly for myself

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to encourage parents to seek support and help when they need it.

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Despite the rain and the mud, Lucas made it to the finish line.

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Look at the smiles on everyone's face, including mine. My focus was

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just standing on my feet but everyone has enjoyed it. It has been

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a thoroughly successful day. It was fun because we all got to Walker's

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work so we could all have a bit of chitchat. Really good and kind of

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inspiring. OK, it was quite muddy in the forest.

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While for some it was a day at the races, others preferred a more

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The National League has confirmed that control

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of Torquay United Football Club has been transferred to

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The takeover ends months of speculation about

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the future of the Gulls, who were facing

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The deal was agreed before Christmas but the club only received official

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confirmation this week. A Devon football team is celebrating

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after winning an amazing On top of that, SAS girls under-12's

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from Barnstaple have only been But their amazing winning streak has

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led to an invitation to play their equivalent side

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at Premiership club Chelsea. Kirk England has been

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to see them in action. Tournaments, friendlies,

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competitions. Whenever they play, they win. Great football! SAS girls

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under 12 is from Barnstable on a massive winning streak. We are

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working together. We shoot and we score. 48 games unbeaten, it is

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great to see SAS going on a winning another one. We just go for winter

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wind, we won the first game and we progressed from there and we were

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getting games like 1- 012- zero and we have had gone onto to really

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excel and have things like 6-0. We have had some close games but we

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always find a way to win. This time it was 8- nail. She plays five or

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six times a week and she doesn't stop. She lives and breathes in its

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football. It is all she wants to do. Tanabe 49 games unbeaten is just

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something that will go with you for ever. But it? Yes. The girls are

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seemingly unstoppable at success has been spotted and they will soon be

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heading to London to play the girls number 12 premiership leaders

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Chelsea. Honourable lady icons actually believe the fight but we

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are going. Thank you to everyone who has made it happen. It is going to

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just be such a opportunity for us. It will be an amazing challenge. The

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girls have gone out and done this themselves. Every game they just get

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better and better and better. The attitude in training is just

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phenomenal. I can't believe it, it is brilliant. Who are we? SAS! We

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try our best! They have great team spirit there. Some really inspiring

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youngsters on the programme tonight. When the girls get back for the

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Chelsea match we should get them here on the sofa and have a chat

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with them. Good luck with that anyway. We were talking about

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Reverend dated earlier on in the programme out he is sleeping outside

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for the whole of Lent. It hasn't been a great start today, as it?

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I hope you have a little bit of shelter if he can find it because it

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doesn't look too clever. At least it is slightly less cold. That will

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happen tomorrow. Today has been miserable and cold and this is a

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Weather Watch photograph where you can make someone out in the sea

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there, that is pretty brave! It looks like we will continue to see

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unsettled conditions in the next few days. Tomorrow is less windy. There

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will be some sunshine and it is mostly dry with good conditions for

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most of us. At the moment the winds are a bit of an issue and they

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continue to increase this evening and for a short time overnight the

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winds could cost up to 50 or 60. If it causes any problems your BBC

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local radio will keep you informed. These westerly gales continue for at

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least half the night before they gradually drop. By the end of the

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night it is a little bit less breezy and hopefully with the wind you

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won't see too much in the way of frost developing, although there is

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a risk of a few passing showers, even though the main area of rain

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has moved out of the way. You will notice very weak but across as just

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one day, a ridge of high pressure, but after it goes it will be no

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pressure in charge. This is Friday. The low pressure system gets a bit

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stuck. This is the middle of the day on Friday and by the middle of the

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day on Saturday it has been moved and even by Sunday it is close by.

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We are looking at some unsettled weather for the next three days. The

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cloud from earlier today with the more persistent rain has now broken

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up quite nicely and there was some late sunshine in a few places. This

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was this afternoon in Plymouth when briefly there was some sunshine here

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with a few showers dotted around. This is before the winds got out but

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now it looks a bit different down there. These pictures were filmed by

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our cameraman. This evening and tonight for those heading out to see

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it is going to be pretty blustery. See conditions on the north and

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south coasts will be pretty lively, with some big waves. Some showers

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around but not many. A lot of dry weather through the night. The

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showers that appear are light and fleeting. The wind helps to hold the

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temperatures up so it won't be as cold as it has been. Minimum

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temperature of three or four. Tomorrow we wake up to some

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sunshine. The chance of a light shower and for much of the day for

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most of us it is a dry day with sunny spells and increasing amounts

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of medium and high level cloud approaching from the south-west at

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the end of the day. That is the change again to wet conditions as we

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move into tomorrow night in the small hours of Friday morning.

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Tomorrow is warmer and with less wind and a bit of sunshine it could

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feel better. Ten or 11 is the maximum. The Isles of Scilly here it

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is bright with sunny spells and the winds will drop. Pretty lively wins

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for the next few hours across the islands. Times of high water. For

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our surfers, pretty awful conditions really. With the strength of win the

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pixies out there and up to seven or ten meet -- feet but really very

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messy, if not stormy. The coastal waters forecast. Not much to smile

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about. It has to be said on Friday. It is a pity miserable day with

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outbreaks of rain but not quite as windy as it has been. For the

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weekend, the area of low pressure across us and a bit of sunshine with

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a few showers around. Not particular cold through the night time is

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slightly colder in the daytime, with nine or ten the top temperature.

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Have a good evening. Thank you very much. That is all

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from us for now. We have not -- we have an update at 10:30pm tonight

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and we will be back with you at 6:30am tomorrow. Have a good

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evening. Good night. I think my political beliefs are

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really quite straightforward. I believe that our country needs to

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work for everyone. Not just for the rich,

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not just for the privileged, not just for those who know

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the right people or who've got the loudest voices, but a country

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that really works for everyone, has the opportunity to be

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who they want to be. In order to make sure that the

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country works for everyone, Standing up for the vulnerable,

:27:25.:27:27.

for the voiceless, against those who feel that they're

:27:28.:27:32.

strong and powerful.

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