27/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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These are tonight's headlines... so it's goodbye from me,

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With one week to go, there are calls to delay Guernsey's

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It is not all sweetness and light as far as Alderney is concerned.

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Alderney tourism gets a boost from books -

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Literary festival proves a hit with authors.

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Beautiful, it's peaceful, full of history, what is not to like?

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Jersey Reds beat the odds and brought London Irish's winning

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streak to an end. And after the fabulous sunshine of

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today, it is starting to change it towards the middle of the week with

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low pressure taking charge. In between, some usable weather.

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Details later in the programme. With one week till it becomes law -

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there are new attempts to delay Guernsey's Population Management

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regime. The States convenes on Wednesday

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to approve the legislation. The proposals include introducing

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a new permit system for workers - the length of the permits depend

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on the type of job. The longest for roles such

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as nurses, social workers and some The business sector have criticised

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the plans saying it'll impact on migrant workers

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that the industry relies on. But it'll also impact on those

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wanting to move within the Bailiwick from Alderney and Sark to Guernsey -

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they'll have to have 14 years residency in the Bailiwick,

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have lived there with parents before And if they want to move

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to Guernsey for education, they have to prove they've been

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offered a place on a course. Deputy Peter Roffey described

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the proposals as ludicrously restrictive for youngsters

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in Alderney and Sark - Children that were either born there

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or brought up there will not only have to wait 40 years before they

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can either train or work in Guernsey, they were also only be

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able to take jobs for which unemployment permit would be granted

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anyway for somebody outside the Bailiwick. I don't think that will

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be much of a special place for families in the communities within

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the Bailiwick. It should be less restrictive. Do you think the

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younger generation are getting a raw deal? I think they are. I am not

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trying to courage anybody to leave trying to

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and Alderney and Sark, but it and Alderney and Sark, but it

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worries me when people pursue a career that is not available there,

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we are pushing them right out and saying go to the UK and pursue your

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career there. I don't think that is career

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While you may disagree with the While you may disagree with the

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proposals, the president for the Committee for Home Affairs, Mary

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Lowe, says that the agreement has been made with the Alderney States

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on behalf of the people Alderney. She may say that, as she may be

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right. I haven't seen the correspondence. All I know is that

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an Alderney representative who sits in the Guernsey States says that is

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not correct. Another letter is going to follow, spelling that out. And he

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is supporting my amendment. That shows it is not all sweetness and

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light as far as Alderney is concerned and we would like to see a

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better deal. Guernsey's government say changes

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in the way doctor's notes are handled are helping employers

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deal more effectively The Social Security department

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brought in a new sickness certificate and capability

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assessments in 2015, with the aim of trying to get people

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back to work sooner. The head of operations says

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ultimately they're trying There will be saving, obviously. If

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we return people to work more quickly, there will be less sickness

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benefits paid out. But the saving is more for the employer than for

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ourselves because it is expensive to have people off work.

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Tougher penalties for failing to submit tax returns on time

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As part of a wider review into the tax system,

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the Treasury Department is asking for the public's views

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on whether interest should be charged on late tax payments,

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and whether there should be fines for providing

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Most jurisdictions have a range of penalties for Mr declaration is, for

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example, without going to court, that is not available to the tax

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office in Jersey. There is no civil route, which is easier. We are

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trying to rearrange how we manage the tax office so that what is due

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is paid and paid on time. Tourism bosses in Alderney

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say the industry's been boosted by the third annual

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Literary Festival that took Award-winning authors

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from across the UK were in Alderney for book signings and talks

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on the theme of historical fiction. Alderney - home to WW2,

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Victorian and Tudor era fortresses. And, fittingly, to an annual

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historical literary festival. Over the weekend, fans of the genre

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enjoyed talks by writers on a range of historical settings -

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from early 19th century detective thrillers,

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to Roman medical mysteries; from Eleanor of Aquitaine

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to Wallace Simpson. For many of the writers,

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it was their first time in Alderney It has been on the bucket list

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four-year is. We have friends who have been saying, you must go, and

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we have not had a chance to it. -- on the bucket list for years. I

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can't imagine why it has taken me so long to get here. It is beautiful,

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full of history, what is not to like? It is the richness of a

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history which crashes back from today until the Roman days. Islands

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are always fascinating communities. As the writer # As a writer, the

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idea of a small number of people held together in a small

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geographical space is always fascinating.

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Since it began back in 2015, the festival has brought over around

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a dozen authors a year, this year from as far

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And it attracts more than 200 visitors from the UK

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and the Channel Islands, mostly locals but around 30 to 40

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from the other CI and UK, though organisers say expensive

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and limited flights mean the numbers are lower than they could be.

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Nevertheless, tourism bosses say the festival is a big help

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It brings people doing the shoulder months and even before the season

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starts. We have seen a clear increase of visitors this week at

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the tourism office. So it is all very exciting.

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Organisers hope to bring authors over from further afield next year,

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to raise Alderney's profile in the world of literary festivals

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and to try to encourage more people to visit the island.

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A Guernsey charity has named a property it owns in Southampton

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as Aggie's Burrow in memory of local schoolgirl Aggie Nicolle.

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The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation offers parents

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a comfortable place to stay while their children

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Aggie died last year from a rare type of cancer called neuroblastoma.

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Today her old school, Vauvert, also unveiled a special

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garden its created in its grounds to celebrate her life.

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Aggie's parents say it'll be a happy place for all

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I know she would be very proud to have this dedicated to her. And it

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is a present for the children as well. Just to have positive memories

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rather than to feel sad. Very important for us. It is a place

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where all the children can come through lessons and through break

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times as well. The illegal dumping of rubbish

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is to be closely monitored More than ?8,000 was spent

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last year clearing up after flytippers and now,

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as more resources are being invested in finding those who dump rubbish,

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tougher penalties could Turning to sport now -

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and Jersey Reds has pulled off one of its greatest wins -

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beating this season's undefeated Championship leaders,

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London Irish, at St Peter. The victory came just after news

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that the club's former chairman Julie Flanagan has

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more from St Peters. On Saturday, more than 3000 fans,

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half of this stadium, watch Jersey Reds triumph over London Irish.

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Here's the chairman, Mark Morgan. What an incredible achievement!

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Amazing. Given the level that the club is playing at, as greatest

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achievement. After that win, the sad news that the man who brought

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professionalism to the club, Chris Scott, has died? Yes, I personally

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played with Chris throughout the 80s and it is a big loss for the club.

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He will be sorely missed. Looking ahead to next Sunday, London Irish

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in the cup semifinal? Yes. They're been using the squad to give players

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a bit of a run out, the younger ones. But after this, they may

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change tack but whoever it is, bring it on, we are ready. Good luck and

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we will be following Jersey Reds next weekend.

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Football - and Alderney missed out on the Muratti final

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It was 0-0 going into the last few minutes but three injury-time goals

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sent Jersey into a 2-1 lead, knocking Alderney out.

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It means Guernsey will face Jersey in the Muratti final.

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It's a glorious day in the island and the weekend wasn't bad, either.

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I was tempted to get the garden furniture out.

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I don't think so, Charlie. Get it out. It is shorts weather. 17

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degrees. This time last week, maximum temperature was 9 degrees.

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So certainly, spring weather. Another glorious shot taken of

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Guernsey. Slightly higher temperatures by Thursday and then it

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starts to cool down and by the time we get to the weekend, temperatures

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are lower. So at the moment we still have the area of high pressure but

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that is weakening. One weather front will clipless during the day

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tomorrow. Not much on it apart from a layer of cloud and a few showers.

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We stay on the edge of the area of high pressure which keeps most of

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the more persistent rain out to the west of us. The chance of a few

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showers throughout this week and by Thursday, we are drawing in some

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warm air from Spain and Portugal which lifts temperatures. Pretty

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high temperatures, the warmth across parts of Spain and Portugal could be

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up at 90 degrees or 20 degrees. Not quite so much for us, perhaps 17 or

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with some cloud around. The with some cloud around. The

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temperatures will get into single figures. Patchy cloud. Tomorrow is

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not a bad day. It may be that we have sunny spells until we start to

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see that line of cloud arrived, and produce some showers in the

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afternoon. Temperatures between 13 degrees and 15 degrees. These are

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your times of high water. The ways are not big. This is the coastal

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waters forecast. -- the waves are not big. Some warmth on Thursday.

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And then colder on Friday, into Saturday. Have a good evening.

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That is your news from the Channel Islands. I will be back with a

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summary at 8pm and then at 10:25pm. in Devon which has proved

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the animals' natural It could save millions of pounds

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on other high-tech solutions, and as Adrian Campbell reports,

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in a region which has suffered its fair share

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of flooding over the years, the results make for

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interesting conclusions. The return of beavers

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to the River Otter in East Devon has But in another part of Devon,

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at a secret location sealed off by electric fencing,

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another group of beavers The results of their hard work over

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the past six years can There has been a dramatic change

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in the landscape where they have been living and working,

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with the creation of a network This is one of 13 dams along a 200

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metre stretch of this watercourse and you can see there is evidence of

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recent activity here by the beavers. When you look closely you can see

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how big and deep V stands are becoming. Research is from the

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University of Exeter have been monitoring the way the beavers have

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changed the watercourse. The black lines represent the new dams and the

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area of blue our new pools. You can see that damn that runs along the

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face there. Mark Elliott says this project has shown how beavers can

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provide cost-effective flood defences. When water surges in

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during a flood, those palms and the dams hold the water back and it

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comes back here much slower as the dams are slowing the flow of flood

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water. It can only help to reduce the speed of flood water coming down

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into the communities that live in into the communities that live in

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the lower part of the catchment. The University of Exeter's data shows

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flooding can be slowed by beavers. The chopping down of trees and

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building of dams seems to work. Conservationists are keen to

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persuade politicians that areas of flooding might benefit from this

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type of natural engineering. David's here with the weather later

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and he's making the most Not that way, this way. We find out

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about the exciting future of bounty's and. And join me as we try

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to identify how many types of daffodils there are on the tame are

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badly. It's time for the sport now -

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and there was a lot Just three wins from their last

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seven games is all Plymouth Argyle need to guarantee

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promotion from League Two. Victory over league leaders

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Doncaster has also thrown the title Exeter City are one of the teams

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in the chasing pack and they produced an incredible late

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comeback in the South West derby with Yeovil,

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as Andy Birkett reports. The childhood friendship

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between Darren Ferguson and Derek Adams was put on hold

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when their teams met on Sunday, and the home side being denied

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an early penalty did nothing to improve the atmosphere

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in the dugout. Then it was down to skipper

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Luke McCormick to keep denying them. First, a reaction

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save from close range. Then more of a team effort to clear

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this shot off the line. It's not the number of chances

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you create that people remember. It's the number of chances you take

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and Argyle took theirs. Sonny Bradley left unmarked

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at the back post and his bullet There was some more nervy moments,

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but the defence held firm. The only thing to hit

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the back of the Argyle The win narrows the gap

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at the top to three points, but more importantly it means

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the gap between them You've got to be a bit careful

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about ccelebrating too early. As Yeovil found out

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at St James Park. It took an hour for this match

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to come alive and before the Glovers move it,

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they were two up. You could be forgiven

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for thinking it was all over. However, on the stroke of full-time

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the unthinkable happened. In just 238 seconds,

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Exeter scored three goals. It probably took radio

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Devon's Alan Richardson a little bit longer to get his heart

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rate back down. The shot has latched onto the post

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and into the back of the net and City do get one back

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very late on. They've committed everybody

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forward for this corner. And it's a header and

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City has another one! It is Exeter City's

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3, Yeovil Town 3. That result has kept Exeter City

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in the last of the play-off Who knows how important that point

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might be at the end of the season. The Exeter Chiefs staged

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a decent comeback to beat The win boosts their hopes

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of securing a home semifinal Despite an early Kai Horstmann try,

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the Chiefs found themselves 14 Then Luke Cowan-Dickie,

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Olly Woodburn and Don Armand crossed Conditions at Sandy Park

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were blustery and played their part. For a while, Exeter were level

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on points with leaders Wasps, but are still in second place

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after Wasps won yesterday. There are four games

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left, so their destiny And all our other rugby sides

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won too, so well done to The Cornish Pirates,

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Jersey and Plymouth Albion. The Plymouth Raiders came out on top

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of a game that has huge implications They brought south-west rivals

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Bristol Flyers down to earth They needed to bounce back from last

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weekend's trophy final defeat and did it in style in front

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of a home crowd at the Pavilions. A win for Bristol would have put

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the two teams level in the league, but it's the Raiders who pull away

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from their rivals with the important Getting to the business end

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of everyone's season now - All to play for. Exactly. I hope

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Alan Richardson is resting his voice!

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Now, you may remember a while ago we spoke with international

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professional sailor Conrad Humphreys about his epic 4,000 mile

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He had been part of the TV series Mutiny, which recreated

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the conditions of Captain Bligh's crew as they were

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Now, as the series comes to an end, Johnny Rutherford has been

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discovering what the replica boat, now belonging to Conrad,

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More to starboard. Are you sure? Come on. When are you going to let

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me have it out on the water? Who survived in this? It is remarkable

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when you stand here and think, seven metres long, nine of us, a metre of

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space each, this is what we lived on for 60 days. And the rough sea

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conditions matched Captain Bligh's journey. Nine men crammed into this

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boat as part of a reality TV series. Conrad Humphreys now owns the

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vessel. Get in and have a sleep. This is where I would have been

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sleeping. Pull yourself in. You lie down like that, feet that end. And

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there were certainly plenty of waves. Surviving on the same small

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rations as Captain Bligh's crew, Conrad and his team struggled. The

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hardest thing was dehydration. Paul the barn out. We planned on two

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litres a day but by the end we were down to half a litre a day. You

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survived but what are you going to do with the boat? IM with the bounty

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project and the idea is to put it back on the water with young,

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disadvantaged and disabled children. A chance to experience a little bit

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of Captain Bligh magic. You can also go off and visit schools. That

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includes talks this week at Exeter and Plymouth universities. From the

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South Pacific to the seas of the Southwest.

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Now, do you know the difference between your paperwhites,

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Well, they're all different types of daffodils and a group

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of volunteers in the Tamar Valley have been taught how

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It's all part of the Heralds of Spring project

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and as Heidi Davey's been finding out, the group have been

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using their new skills to record the different varieties.

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There are thousands of different types of daffodils, but trying

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to find out what thrives where, that is the tricky bit.

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Thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery,

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a survey is now underway in the Tamar Valley to look

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People don't necessarily need to know what they are.

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As long as we can photograph them and we can get the measurements

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and the total colours and everything, then we can go

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to a local expert who has more of an idea of what they all are.

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We were saying earlier that these could date back 30-odd years,

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We have one local landowner who thinks there are over 60

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varieties on his land and, of course, they were grubbed up

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And for the volunteers, it has been back to the classroom

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to learn how they can help preserve this area of outstanding

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I wanted to find out more about them and particularly

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We are trying to find older ones, so bit by bit, we're learning

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which are the modern-looking ones, which are the older-looking ones.

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That particularly has a lovely long trumpet.

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And the petals as well, the way they are starred.

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It is those beautiful characteristics that make daffodils

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just so popular over the centuries, summed up best, of course,

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"I wandered lonely as a cloud, that floats on high over vales and hills,

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"when all at once I saw a crowd, a host of golden daffodils."

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Gorgeous! Beautiful! A real sign of spring. Because it does feel like

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spring, we thought we would elevate David to the roof of the studios.

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Good evening. You are not seeing me right now because we thought we

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would show you the view out towards Plymouth. It is a bit bracing up

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here, there is a cold wind from the East but the sunshine has been

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glorious today and we have had temperatures of 16, 17 degrees. This

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is from one side of Plymouth Sound. This is from the other leg and we

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have had some lovely sunshine today. That sunshine is pretty hazy, there

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has been quite thick haze right across the Southwest and there is a

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fair amount of medium and high level cloud coming into night but for many

:24:53.:24:58.

of us, a lovely end to the day. The forecast for the next couple of days

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is to see a bit of a change. These were the scenes from earlier today,

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down in Cornwall where we had some Boreas sunshine. Some lovely

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sunshine across other parts of Cornwall, into Devon. The sunshine

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continues to be pretty good for the last hour before the sun sets, but

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overnight tonight we will see more cloud coming up from the south and

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the sunshine is bringing out the flowers. This week it is unsettled.

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There will be some showers dotted around and towards the end of the

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week, it will turn colder. The veil of cloud that is approaching from

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the West, it is a long way off and it will get closer through the night

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to come, introducing more cloud. A week weather front will drift past

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us, a few showers associated with that, right conditions in the

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afternoon tomorrow but by Wednesday and Thursday, more unsettled

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conditions. Winds from the Southwest and the chance of outbreaks of rain.

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Until the cold front goes through on Friday, some warmth still with us as

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that continues this evening and been unbroken sunshine

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that continues this evening and through the night to come, until the

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will arrive in the West and that will arrive in the West and

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might be capable of producing a few showers. Overnight temperatures of

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five or 6 degrees across parts of Somerset and Dorset, most of us

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holding up at 7 degrees. A few showers in the morning but brighter

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tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures up to 15, 16 degrees. For the Isles of

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Scilly, there is thick cloud capable of producing a few spots of rain

:26:52.:26:56.

especially during the latter part of the day. There are our times of high

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water. Those times are in British summer Time and for our surface, the

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north coast will be rather choppy. We are seeing some choppy sea

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conditions developing and the winds increase and they could be well

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backed up to a force five or six. Some warmth still until we get to

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the end of the week when we start to see a few showers, especially on

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Friday and into Saturday. From the roof here, back to that one studio.

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Thank you, David. It looks very nice there. Nice to end the programme

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with lighter evenings. From all of us here, good night.

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