17/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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Drink fuelled offenders, alcohol's revealed as the biggest

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cause of referrals to Jersey Probation.

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There is no secret we have a big drink or drug problem on the island

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and I believe that this report highlights that we are actually

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doing the best we can to deal with the problem.

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Plus - 50 years on from the UK's worst environmental disaster

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Guernsey wildlife is still suffering.

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And Jersey's new Lieutenant Governor says the island will have

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Alcohol misuse is the leading cause of referrals to

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A new report reveals that drinking contributed to nearly half

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of all community service sentences last year, but the cases are

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shifting away from social incidents as Julie Flanagan reports.

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Alcohol is the single biggest contributory factor to offending.

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One that Jersey Probation Service has been tackling for decades.

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But where alcohol related offences are being committed is changing.

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The Chief Probation Officer says they are seeing

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a shift away from incidents connected to socialising.

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We see less of that work than we used to.

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We're still seeing drink-driving and we only see people when they're

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repeat offenders or when the level is at a high reading

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and where custody is a possibility so that's a big worry.

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It's quite often a factor in domestic violence

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I wouldn't say that alcohol was the cause of the offending

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by any means but it's certainly often present in those offences too.

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In their latest report, alcohol contributed to 42%

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of referrals to the Probation Service.

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Overshadowing the other factors related to offending

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including aggression, emotional instability and drugs.

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Probation staff work with people to help them develop the skills

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and confidence they need to control their addictions.

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They are also working with other support agencies

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It's no secret we have a big drink or drug problem in the island

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and I believe that this report highlights that we are actually

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doing the best we can to deal with the problem

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and with that is a lot more collaborative working which is,

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I believe, is a contributing factor to the success of this report

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and if we carry on doing that then I think we're making a big dent

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While problems connected to alcohol abuse won't go away,

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agencies hope that by working together they can control it.

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Guernsey Police say the public's help is crucial in fighting child

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I did not know that I was at risk. I thought he cared for me.

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This is part of a video that will be posted online over the weekend

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by the force as part of a national awareness day.

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People are being asked to be on the lookout for inappropriate

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relationships between adults and children.

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The child is brought into a relationship where they can confuse

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the relationship with love and attention, the perpetrator will

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often give them guess. Items, expensive items such as bones and

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tablets, they can give them cigarettes and alcohol, that sort of

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thing. -- balloons. -- phones. It's 50 years since the Torrey

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Canyon disaster crippled wildlife in the Channel Islands

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and its impact is still It was an oil tanker

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that struck a reef off More than 30 million gallons

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of oil polluted the sea. It was the world's

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first major oil spill. his report contains

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some upsetting images. It has moved a grant, the Torrey

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Canyon. More than 40,000 tonnes of crude oil. A colourful men nets to

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beaches. -- a colossal menace. And that menace was heading

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towards the Channel Islands. In a last-ditch attempt to send

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the supertanker to the bottom of the sea and burn off the oil,

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the RAF and Royal Navy dropped Thousands of birds

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and marine life were killed Further damage was caused

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by the heavy use of detergents Decades later and Guernsey's

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wildlife was still suffering. A lot of the oil was scooped up

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and dumped in this quarry. Guernsey Police even sent a diver

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below the oil to investigate. Just over seven years ago I filmed

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this quiet corner of shame For these birds who landed

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in the quarry where oil Since then this toxic quarry of oil

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has been transformed by a process known as 'bio remediation',

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where organisms feed off the oil turning it into carbon

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dioxide and water. late, with dead birds still floating

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face down on its deadly surface. And the government says

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they're having to adapt An unknown quantity is still in the

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sediment at the base which continues to come up to the service. We're not

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change the method of dealing with it, we are not using bio remediation

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any more because the quantities are so low, we can gather things up

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using booms and that keeps the surface clear.

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These guillemots were found coated in oil last week.

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It's extremely sad to see oil affecting birds in this modern age.

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There is so much regulation and so many rules to prevent oil being

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dubbed over the side of boats or tax being cleaned, these things

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potentially still happen. It is heartbreaking for us here at the

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animal shelter. Around all the coastal areas of the British Isles,

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the animals being affected by things gone on decades gone by.

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catastrophe and many hope nothing like it will ever happen again.

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Jersey's new Lieutenant Governor says the island is in a good

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position as it takes part in talks over the UK's exit from the EU.

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Air Chief Marshall Sir Stephen Dalton took up his role

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as the Queen's personal representative earlier this week.

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Our political reporter Chris Rayner spoke to him at Government House

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and started by asking how his position as the commanding

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officer of the Royal Air Force paved the way to his new job here.

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I'm not sure I would describe as a natural fit but certainly one I hope

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I am going to bring some value and be able to conduct the role and the

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job and to be that conduit here that is so important to life for the

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Crown dependency that is the stew of Jersey. How do prepare for taking on

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this role? A lot of proper study as to what the issues facing the

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island. It is all very well to visit somewhere as a tourist that actually

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do find the opportunity to understand the issues, to understand

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the history which is of course any proper sense of this word, unique

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for the island and to understand what those things that are going to

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face the island and its community over the next five to ten years. I

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suppose that is particularly important at the moment given the

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negotiations the UK are going with the EU. Very much so. I was

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heartened to hear just how strongly the Department of Justice in London

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as the Crown agents for the discussions are very much heartened

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by and taking confidence of the important role and position that the

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Crown dependencies such as Jersey house. I think we should have

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confidence that they are very much alive to the importance and the

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needs. We will have to make sure they keep reminded. In both ways,

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this is important junction and one that is going to require patience,

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understanding and absolute focus on what is critical to the island

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community. You been thrilled when you were appointed. Absolutely

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delighted. I was really very taken when Her Majesty asked me if I would

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do the job here. It is great, absolutely wonderful opportunity and

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I'm looking forward to it enormously.

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Should you go down to Waterworks Valley in Jersey,

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This huge willow sculpture of a Jersey Crapaud,

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It's been made to highlight the iconic local amphibian.

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The National Trust for Jersey is creating a sculpture trail along

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a woodland path to show the different stages

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The group hopes it'll raise awareness of the animal.

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This time of year, toads are breeding and some of the research

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found that small garden ponds are really important to toads. Just by

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having one in your garden, you are doing their bit to help them breed

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and doing a bit for the conservation.

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I love a good sculpture trail, it's like going for a walk

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and to an art exhibition at the same time.

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But the question is, will this weekend's weather be good

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David, will we need brollies with us if we're out and about this weekend?

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I think my picture gives it away. There will be some washed around.

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This Bluestein is not the colour we are going to get used to this

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weekend. It is going to be grey. The Maestro is going to be around.

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Rather cloudy, the risk of some drizzle on both days, was quite

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windy. The wind is coming in from the west throughout the weekend

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ahead. Most of the weather fronts will be to the north of us across

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the British Isles and northern parts of Ireland and Scotland. We are

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further south of those but still plenty of cloud around. Why Tabriz,

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windy this evening. Windy tomorrow and throughout the day on Sunday. --

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windy. It'll take all day is about to go through Monday, introduces

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colder air, coming from quite a cold direction. We will see lower

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temperatures to start next week. The wind is good to be a feature,

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straight down the English Channel, coming off the Atlantic. Bringing

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with it the cloud and some patchy drizzle or light rain. That will

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arrive through the night to come. Quite a dumb start to the date

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across the islands. Notice the breeze, a strong one. -- a damp

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start. Tomorrow is a rather grey day. Some are big sovereign

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possible. The reservoirs and the farmers and growers appreciating a

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little bit of rain. Check the details for the ferry crossings

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because the wind will whip up the sea. 11 Celsius is the maximum.

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Times of high water. Most beaches quite messy, onshore winds that some

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of our best beaches are going to churn the waves over. Coastal waters

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forecast. Westerly force, five to six. Occasional drizzle with mainly

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good visibility out at sea. Here is the forecast the Sunday. Spot the

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difference. A very similar day, Monday we will see some showery at

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Briggs of rain do the afternoon into the evening. That will go through

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colder but largely brighter on Tuesday. Have a nice weekend. Next

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on Spotlight, more coverage on the Torrey Canyon anniversary. Good

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night. I'm joined now by one man

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who remembers it well, Good evening, you were one

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of the people ordered to drop 1,000lb bombs on the stricken

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tanker? Yes, very pleased to be able to

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have. I'm quite sure it was a great help. We came in on the morning of

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the 28th, ten days after the tanker had gone aground. They were moving

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thousand pound bombs out there. This is your logbook. Just pointers...

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You can see it, can't you? Somewhere down here, it says bombing be Torrey

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Canyon. Right at the bottom of the page. Then I went out on the 29th is

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doing the same thing. It must be tricky, that smoke would be rising

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from the burning oil. There was a lot of smoke around, but we must

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remember that once we had set the thing on fire, because all of the

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bottom had been ripped out, naturally, what happened was the

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tide would come in and put out the fire. So down would go the tide

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again, and back we would go and bomb again. Then the smoke would start.

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Smoke was one of the interesting things. I was stationed in the far

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north of Scotland, and flying south after we cross the Scottish border

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we could see this great plume of black smoke coming up, 200, 250

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miles away. The smoke was going up to about 30,000 feet. It was a

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perfect spring day, absolutely clear with hardly wind at all.

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Did you ever expect this is what you would do in your career? Certainly

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in wartime one would consider something like that, but not in this

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case, where one was hoping a community and is trying to save the

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disaster that all this oil was causing.

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It's difficult because some of the bombs would have missed their

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target. Those days we bombed differently, and some didn't

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explode, is that right? I don't understand the word missed,

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of course, we didn't do anything like that! But the technology we had

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at that stage, you could put a bomb down within about 100 feet of where

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you really wanted to be. But if you dropped for you could get a

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struggle. A fighting chance. Was it the right

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action? There is no doubt in my mind it was. They looked at how they

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could actually get rid of the oil, could they bring in a smaller tanker

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alongside it and promptly idle across, but I'm afraid but was just

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too hard, and it was too shallow. They had tried all of the detergent

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is type of thing, but they couldn't deal with this treacle like oil that

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they had. We had to get rid of that from the ship itself, and the only

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way of doing that is to get something down inside each and every

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tank. They were 16 tanks and we had to get ?1000 bombs into each and

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every tank. That bomb generated enough feat in itself to be able to

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set fire to the oil that was in there.

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We know it's changed our view of marine life, and obviously has a

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lasting impact on your life as well. Thank you very much for joining us

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tonight. It's time for the sport now

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and you wait all year for a final What a busy weekend we've got

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coming up are you tired On the last day of the Cheltenham

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Festival, Devon jockey Bryony Frost was all smiles as she celebrated

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the biggest win of her career holding on to win

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the Foxhunters Chase in a tight The 21-year-old from Buckfastleigh

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was on Pacha du Polder which was the horse ridden

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by Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton last year in what's seen

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as the amateur's Gold Cup. Bryony was cheered on to victory

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by her Grand National winning father Jimmy Frost who nearly completed

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the course himself, on foot. In the biggest race of the day,

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Lizzie Kelly's bid to become the first female jockey to finish

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the Cheltenham Gold Cup The 23-year-old who's

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based in north Devon, seen here in orange,

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was unseated from Tea for Two at the second fence

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to end her dream of making history. Somerset trainer Colin

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Tizzard had better luck. Despite seeing one of his two horses

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fall at the third to last, his other, Native River,

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finished the race in third. Exeter Chiefs' winger

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Jack Nowell has had to settle for a place on the bench

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for England's Six Nations Grand Slam And there'll be more drama on Sunday

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when the south west takes The Chiefs are in their third

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consecutive Anglo-Welsh Cup final against the Tigers

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and the Plymouth Raiders face the Riders in basketball's

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BBL Trophy final. When you're a 6ft 7" basketball

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player, Sandy Park is a good place to find someone you can talk to eye

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to eye, about the I'm from Sydney Australia. I'm from

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Detroit, Michigan. And I'll be playing against Leicester Tigers in

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the Anglo Welsh cup. I'll be playing for the Plymouth Raiders against the

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Leicester Tigers. What's going on, man? It's a crazy place. It's pretty

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cool. With the final coming up with pretty excited.

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Likewise, man. Will your boys be nervous? You know

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how it is, big game but we are ready for it. How have they been going

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this season? Leicester? They've been pretty good. Top of the table right

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now. We took it into overtime. An awesome game on Sunday? Yeah, you've

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got Leicester to? Yeah, the boys are pretty excited. A tough match.

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Everyone is pumped. We're looking forward to it. Nervous but excited.

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How are you mentally preparing for it yourself? I take it easy, to be

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honest. All systems go, hopefully. Absolutely, man. When you were in

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New Zealand did you get a chance to play? Lets see what I've got, man.

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All right. You've been practising! On the other side. No, no, let's see

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what you got with this. Let me see you move. I'll!

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And don't forget you can watch the basketball live

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on the BBC website - tip off is at half

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Looking back at the rugby and our Championship teams are both

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in action on Saturday but the big match is obviously that cup final

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If you can't get there don't worry, Radio Devon will have

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all the build up and full match commentary from 2:30.

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Plymouth Argyle can move a step closer to automatic promotion

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to League One when they welcome Morecambe to Home Park tomorrow.

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With just nine games left the Pilgrims are ten points clear

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Exeter City and Luton Town are two of teams in that chasing

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pack and they face each other in Bedfordshire.

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Yeovil host Accrington in the other game in League Two.

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And before I go, just a quick update on 13-year-old Siam Juntakeret,

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from Bodmin, who's trying to become the fastest child to cycle almost

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He's nearly half way there as he starts his third week

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and about to hit the hardest part of the challenge,

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We're hoping to speak to him soon to see how he's doing.

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They have been flying the skies of the South West for decades

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but today the Royal Navy's Lynx helicopters began saying goodbye.

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They were based on Portland in Dorset before moving to Yeovilton

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Today the aircraft, which saw action in the Falklands in both Gulf Wars,

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retraced their history flying between some of their former bases

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before they're decommissioned at the end of the month.

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Laurence Herdman watched from Portland.

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Airborne for one final time, a diamond formation matching a

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polished history. Everything meticulous, just as it always has

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been. To Portland, than a hop to Hampshire. The joy of this aircraft,

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it does a little bit of everything. Load lifting, winching, it's got

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weaponry, anti-submarine weapons, anti surface weapons. It's PIE in

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the sky, search and rescue, troop movement. It's one of the fastest

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helicopters in the world, it's very, very capable. It's so manoeuvrable.

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Every responses fell to do the aircraft.

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It manoeuvres just how you wanted to. Defence cuts in the 90s prompted

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a move to Yeovil town in Somerset, away from Portland, but the Lynx

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response remained undeterred. From the waters of the South Atlantic to

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the sands of the Persian Gulf, the Lynx has flown its colours in three

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modern-day wars, for many bringing memories flooding back including one

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useful person. It seemed everyone wanted to stray the milestone.

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Most had a story to tell. Some of the memories I've got our fun

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memories. Fun memories. Of working with the boys, the aircrew, and it

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was brilliant. It really was good. It's a wonderful

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helicopter that served the country for 41 years. You have to say

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farewell to it. It's so sad we don't have anything to replace it. It's a

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special day. Portland is only a station with a family atmosphere

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anyway because of its heritage with the wasp. There was always that

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community. But small is station. This high-speed multirole here to

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helicopter rose to all its challenges. It made the goodbye to

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be Lynx from Portland, but exciting new adventures beckon.

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And still some signs of those Lynx helicopters on Portland. The end of

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any row. Some grey skies there, but David, a gorgeous sunrise behind

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you? Is it getting better? You are so optimistic! No, it's not.

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Hello, good evening. This was this morning in Dorset. A glorious

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sunrise in Dorset. Some nice blue skies in Lyme Regis. Actually, it's

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worked out quite well, a decent bit of sunshine. These guys have been

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greyer further west. In court while these cloud arrived swiftly. That's

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what's going to happen this weekend. The cloud sticks with us. Limited

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blues guys. Not much opportunity for sunrises or sunsets. Cloudy, breezy,

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rain at times. Some of the rain heavy tomorrow morning. It will ease

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away. Dried on Sunday. A great train of cloud stretches from us right

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across the Atlantic as far as the eastern seaboard of the United

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States, and its of cloud that is being steered towards us over the

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weekend. A couple of weather fronts trickle in and out across the United

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Kingdom, sometimes Kingdom, sometimes north, sometimes sounds,

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all the while keeping as cloudy. Eventually, this weather front will

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clear the south coast. How quickly that happens on Monday is uncertain.

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Behind it, from the north-west, is colder air. Mild air and fake cover

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of cloud across the South West of England. It's starting to introduce

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outbreaks of rain. This was Central Park where our cameraman was trying

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to catch a glimpse up towards Plymouth Sound. If you hold in that

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cloud but it's become quite extensive. If you find spots of

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drizzle arriving in this part of Devon. At least the fly are about,

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and a bit of moisture want to the farms all farmers any harm at all.

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It is going to be breezy, westerly winds. Some more persistent rain at

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times overnight and do tomorrow. It will be mild, temperature of

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overnight between eight and 10 degrees. Tomorrow, an overcast day,

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outbreaks of rain, the rain begins to move away in the afternoon. Drier

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conditions in the second half of the day. Westerly winds, temperatures

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shouldn't fall below ten or 11 degrees. Around Torbay, quite across

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the Somerset levels being quite mild despite the rain and wind. That's

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the forecast for the Isles of Scilly. It may brighten up a little

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bit, windy with she was in the morning, brighter still the

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afternoon. There's times of high water along the south coast, 749 and

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2009. And for servers, earlier this week we had some lovely serve, now

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the winds are strong, limited opportunities for anything clean.

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Most of the beaches along the north coast will be messy, big waves,

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between six and eight feet. Here is the coastal waters forecast: Outlook

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is little change. Sunday, the cloud not quite so dark, still a lot of

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cloud for much of the weekend. Winds aren't quite so strong on Sunday.

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Then Matt weather front I talked about on Monday will arrive in the

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morning, more persistent and widespread rain, that will go

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through at some point later in the day and introduces colder air. Next

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week it's somewhat fresher. But also brighter. Have a nice weekend.

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