28/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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

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Financial blacklisting - the biggest threat to

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We are going to have to ensure that we up our own international

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identity. A Jersey politician says

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the BBC is discriminating against the over 75s by not offering

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free TV licenses. Stargazing Live from Australia -

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but there's no better place to admire the sky at night

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than closer to home. Financial blacklisting

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is the biggest single threat from Brexit -

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that's according to guernsey's It comes as a new report

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from the Ministry of Justice urges the UK Government to clarify

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the position of the Crown Dependencies during

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Brexit negotiations. Guernsey and Jersey are neither part

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of the UK nor the EU. But they are part of

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Europe's Customs Union, allowing But this formal relationship

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with the EU will end with Brexit. So work's under way to ensure

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the Crown Dependencies are represented in the tough

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negotiations ahead. The main priorities

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for the Channel Islands are protection of the financial services

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from EU blacklisting, retention of the Common

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Travel Area and continued export opportunities

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in agriculture, fisheries This company in St Peter Port

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provides consultancy services Its boss says the interests

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of Guernsey and the UK If you look at the investment

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management fees being earned in the UK from managing people's money

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internationally, approximately 10% comes from Guernsey. And when you

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consider how big the industry is, that really does show the impact.

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Today Guernsey's most senior politician admitted that financial

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blacklisting is the biggest single threat from Brexit.

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I think probably the most important is self evidently the point they

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make in relation to blacklisting, that the UK will not be at the

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table. Instead of there being 28 nations, with the UK speaking and

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acting on our behalf, there will be 27. What that is likely to mean is

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we are going to have to ensure we up our own international identity.

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Today the Justice Select Committee published this report, recommending

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the UK Government clarifies what happens in Brexit negotiations

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when its interests differ from the Channel Islands.

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The Committee's Chairman says it'll be important to keep up the pressure

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I think the sense is so far the engagement with the British

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Government is very good, one of the key recommendations in our report is

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to remind them that has to be kept up right the way through the

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negotiations. And tomorrow the Islands will hope

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the Prime Minister remembers them when she sits down to begin

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to negotiate divorce A car and electrical items

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were stolen from a house in Jersey, while the homeowners

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were asleep upstairs. Thieves broke into the home

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in Gorey Village in the early They stole a number of electrical

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items including a Macbook Pro laptop, two guitars,

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cameras and car keys. The person's car,

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a Blue Nissan Micra, was later found abandoned,

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submerged by the sea on Ouaisne Jersey police want anyone

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with information to get A fraudster who conned the States

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of Guernsey out of ?2.6 million has been ordered to pay

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compensation of ?68,000. John Woodhatch is currently serving

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a five-year jail sentence for scamming the States Treasury

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by pretending to be from Lagan Construction,

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who were working on Guernsey's Woodhatch, who made ?261,000

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from the scam, has six months to pay

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the compensation, or another year Jersey has significantly worse rates

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of lung cancer for all ages compared to the average in England,

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according to figures released A premature deaths report shows that

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for every 100,000 people in Jersey, whereas in England, that

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figure is 59 per 100,000. But the Health Minister says

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the message is getting through. We didn't get Government support,

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for example, on the alcohol side of our strategy last time,

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but I'm not giving up because I don't think members really

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understood why we wanted to do it. It wasn't about raising taxation,

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it was about, actually, So I think we need to do more work

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on it, it's not a requirement A plan to make all over-75-year-olds

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in Jersey exempt from TV licence fees has been rejected

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by the States. A politician said the BBC

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should cover the costs, But the move was defeated

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22 votes to 19. It's the BBC's first

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ever licence fee advert. The fee is no longer ?58 a year -

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it's around ?150. But today in the States,

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the question was who should In the UK, the BBC will be covering

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the licence fee costs for everyone over the age of 75 -

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it'll be phased In Jersey, the States

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pays for licence fees for those eligible over 75

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- it's means-tested. In the Bailiwick of Guernsey,

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the States closed their "free licence fee for over 75s" scheme six

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months ago, to save money. But after negotiations,

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the BBC will pick up the tab from the year 2020 for

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over-75-year-olds across the Channel Islands -

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only if they're eligible under A Jersey politician argued

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in the States today that this It's up to the BBC to apply the same

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rules to all over 75s They should'nt be discriminating

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against a minority in Jersey, or in the other crown

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dependencies for that matter. I'm from England anyway so I was

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always used to having free television so I feel for these

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people. If they don't get it there missing out. I think it should be

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free and available to everyone and less they feel they've got plenty of

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money and can well afford it. I suppose at the end of the day it may

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be easier, never mind about what you've got what you haven't.

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But the States narrowly voted against renegotiating the BBC deal,

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with Ministers arguing the deal is likely to change in the UK

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A Jersey secondary school has defended its plan to limit student

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Several schemes are being trialled at Le Rocquier School

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to stop students using them when they should be learning.

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The head teacher says the move is with full consultation

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with the staff and students, and everybody has access to toilets

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if they need them, especially those with medical issues.

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A number of people have criticised the scheme on social media.

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Lina says, "This would surely be a violation of human rights.

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It's not a choice to go to the toilet, it's a human need!!"

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As a Crohn's sufferer I would be embarrassed to have special

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dispensation as it would have put focus on my condition."

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Hugh wrote, "You will always get children who will push

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the boundaries and take advantage but a good teacher should be

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While Neil believes, "Yes, they should go during break time."

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Now did you know that you can currently see the planet

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The island's astronomers say now is the perfect time to head outside

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and explore what our skies have on offer.

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It comes as the BBC's Stargazing Live is due to return

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to our screens tonight, as Jessica Banham reports.

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Guernsey's night sky has been captured on camera

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And the experts behind the lens say there's no better

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We have a lot of visitors coming to the observatory

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during the year from England, anywhere from the south east

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of England or in the Midlands, and they are amazed at the stars

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they can see here, that they can't see at home,

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just because of light pollution and haze and so-on, so we are really

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quite blessed with good skies here, and when the skies are good

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And recently our skies have certainly been living up

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These pictures were all taken in Guernsey over

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the past few months - some simply taken using

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And we're all being encouraged to get involved as BBC's

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Stargazing Live programme returns to our screens tonight,

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The milky way for us is the "wurum boorol" -

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it's the big river in the sky and when we look up there,

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We can show you where that river is on the Earth and we can

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show you where it starts and where it finishes.

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But you don't have to travel all the way to Australia to get

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In 2011 - Sark was declared the first dark sky island

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in the world thanks to the exceptional blackness

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of its night sky, which makes for spectacular stargazing.

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But for anyone worrying about the cost of extravagant

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You can see a lot of wonderful things with binoculars.

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Look at the moon, look at certain star clusters,

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look at the Orion nebula, look at the Andromeda galaxy,

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which is the furthest thing you can see with the naked eye,

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and with binoculars it really stands out.

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And if you decide to take that step into your garden,

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the society will be hosting an open day in May.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Guernsey.

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I didn't realise you could see all that, and I know some of it is

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available online. Not so sunny today, but it's

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the night sky that you may be David, could it be good night

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for a spot of stargazing. David, could it be good night

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to see into outer space? I think we'll be lucky to be honest.

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There's an awful lot of cloud coming in. It is rain bearing cloud so it

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will be quite a cloudy night ahead and capable of producing a few spots

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of rain. First thing this morning we had glorious sunshine. Now there is

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more clarity. It could produce some showers tomorrow. That might be

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sunny spells in the afternoon. There is the risk of sharers in the

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morning and generally feeling quite mild. You can see one line of cloud

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moving through us today. This is the next one, and has some rain

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associated with it. It's not physically heavy by the time it gets

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to us but with spots of rain through the evening. That moves out of the

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way and we have high pressure just on the edge so there is the charms

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of some breaks in the cloud and some sunshine. Perhaps tomorrow evening a

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good chance to glimpse the stars, but the cloud will not be reliable

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and will come and go. This is there's a's forecast. The area is

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coming from Spain and Portugal. It means we will see some quite high

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temperatures, possibly 17 or 18 degrees. At the moment we have a gap

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and then this band of cloud and rain will arrive. It will take its time

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to get here but a few spots of rain are possible this evening and

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through the night to come. A lot of cloud is coming and a mild night.

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Tomorrow is a bit dreary to start with, quite grey, possibly a shower,

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and then through the morning and into the afternoon the skies begin

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to Brighton. It will feel quite warm tomorrow. 14 or 15 degrees will be

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the maximum temperature. Here are the times of high water.

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That is the coastal waters forecast. And some fine, bright weather around

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on Thursday, showers and cooler conditions as we move to the

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weekend. No seeing the stars tonight above

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our skies. I will be back just before 8pm. Good night.

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a "betrayal" if the government fails to ban foreign fishing boats

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from within 12 miles of the shore after Britain leaves the EU.

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The government, though, is refusing to confirm it will treat

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this as a "red line" in the Brexit negotiations.

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Here's our Political Editor Martyn Oates.

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This thing, like a miniature polystyrene bodyboard

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is all that many people in the UK will know about cuttlefish.

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You may think that whoever is in the business of producing

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these is involved in the most niche of niche industries,

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Dressed in his juicy flesh, the cuttlefish is one

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of the south-west fishing industry's star turns.

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It is the most important species landed in terms

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If that fact has passed you by its probably

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because like so much British fish it is whisked away for sale

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After Brexit, British fishermen want to be able to catch more fish,

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principally by clawing back the quarter currently

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They also want to carry on selling the vast quantity of species

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like this into the European single market as easily as they do now.

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I have come to the Legion's great fishing port to meet

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the chief executive of the Cornish fishing organisation.

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I asked him what losing tariff free access to the European

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Most important would be the nontariff barriers.

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If we have problems logistically getting your product

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into the continental market it causes a headache.

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Slow down at the borders causes problems with dealing with

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Early indications suggest that other EU states will be wanting continued

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access to fresh in British waters in return for British fishermen

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Access for foreign boats within 200 miles of the sure will involve a lot

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of haggling but fishermen pointed out that before Britain even joined

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the UDP and community, the British government unilaterally

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agreed foreign boats within just 12 miles.

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They see that agreement can and must now be revoked.

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Only last week the fishing minister wouldn't confirm

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that the government intends to do that.

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There are many things we are looking closely at and have not made final

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decisions yet which is why that is no announcements will people

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will have to be more patient but rest assured we are looking

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closely at these issues including the 1964 convention.

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It is slightly worrying they are not prepared to commit

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Maybe it is about negotiating strategy, maybe they are genuinely

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not sure, but one thing is sure, we do not expect that same degree

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of negotiation for the beach to the 12 mile limit.

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That is for the inshore fleet and should be managed

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for the benefit of those guys and anything less than complete

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exclusivity would be seen as the trail, not too strong a word.

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Recent reports say the Prime Minister is now planning to revoke

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the 1964 agreement but many are now wondering just how much influence

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and industry employing 11,000 people nationwide will be able to wield

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once Brexit negotiations begin in earnest.

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Volunteers are being trained this week to help catch,

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count and control the number of foreign crayfish infesting

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The Signal Crayfish from America were brought to the moor to be

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But as Spotlight's John Ayres reports things didn't turn out

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It's a painstaking process monitoring

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Twice a week, volunteers are donning waders to check the traps and keep

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So what we do, we remove these pods which facilitate breeding,

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and this guy was done at some point last year.

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We also mark them for their site of origin.

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They need the numbers to come down because they are causing huge damage

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One example you can see behind you is burrowing into the river

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They also have an impact on fish populations

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They have been responsible for reducing the number of native

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It was back in the 1970s that the government department

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at the time decided it would be a good idea

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to give farmers a chance to diversify and have another

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industry and they could try and raise money.

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What they didn't know was just how invasive it would become

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and the damage it would do to the local environment.

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What they didn't expect at the time was that the crayfish would walk

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on land and could survive outside of water for up to six months.

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They left the ponds and made their way into the rivers.

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It is actually a criminal offence to return them,

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they are so damaging and it is illegal even to transport

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them alive in case they escape and get back into another

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To do this work they need volunteers.

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I love anything to do with the great outdoors especially where I live,

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and also with doing a degree anything that I can find out

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The larger males are cannibalistic and are being sterilised and put

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back under a license to help control numbers.

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All others are being trapped and destroyed humanely.

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An animator turned puppeteer has won ?50,000 in a competition in Germany.

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Barnaby Dixon has created his own puppets and films

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He's already getting interest from international programme makers.

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This is the unique creation of Barnaby Dixon and he has got his own

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U-tube CDs. First we have to cross that bridge and if it collapses and

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I die I would like you all to write letters to Somerset County Council.

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He went to the carnival last year and goes for lots of walks around

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the river and canal and is various levels of an appropriate. Barnaby

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Dixon studied animation and decided to build puppets and his hands so he

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could make films for the Internet. You work all this stuff out as you

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go along so not only does the puppet get built, you build its range of

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motion at the same times when it is finished you are nearly there. I

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have finally the puppet. His film went viral. To do that motion, that

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is eBay's work and stop motion, whereas this happens as quickly as

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you can perform it. He won the German TV competition. I won ?50,000

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which is a lot of money, but that will go towards equipment, towards

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lawyers fees in terms of patent thing and it is just terribly

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expensive. So far he has relied on crowdfunding to support his work

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meaning he can spend hours creating characters like this dinosaur. When

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you are in control of every aspect of creation, you are the authority

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and it is very freeing. With offers from the US to make a TV series, his

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self belief is paying off. If you are good enough at anything and you

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like it and other people like it you can make a living doing anything. If

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you find a way to make it viable, but that is the tricky part.

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Some of the oldest film footage of Plymouth features

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It's been put together by a Plymouth historian who's been collecting

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There's some lovely pictures - this is the area around Derry's clock -

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look how busy it is - and hardly recognisable today.

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David George has been watching "The Story of Plymouth City Centre".

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If we had ambled across what was you rode in 1925 would have been knocked

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flying by all those horses and trams, the only thing left is the

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clock itself, built by the mere of Plymouth in honour of the 1862 royal

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wedding. He got it built as a public water drinking fountain but the taps

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never worked. The clock does, more or less. It was referred to as the

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four faced deceiver because wherever you stood told a slightly different

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time so people could always complain if they were late or not plate. This

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footage came from the police, the first ever CCTV? They filmed it

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because in 1925, this was said to be the busiest junction outside London.

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Not many people had cars but there were trams and horses and carts and

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this was a familiar scene on the streets of Plymouth right up until

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the Second World War, and in fact the Co-op run their last horse and

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cart in 1954. The clock is one of the few features in Plymouth to

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survive the wartime bombing and the city planners. Plymouth took the

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unusual decision to start again. The Duke of Cornwall Hotel is one of

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those buildings to survive both. The railway station, which used to be

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just across the road, plainly did not. It is said the rich and famous,

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including Walt Disney and Bing Crosby, would get off transatlantic

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liners in Plymouth and catch the train to London from here because it

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was quicker than staying on board until Southampton. They say

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nostalgia isn't what it used to be but will historians look back on our

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2017 footage with a misty eyed and say, didn't Plymouth look quaint?

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Answers on a postcard. Love seeing how places have changed, some almost

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recognisable still. Now looking ahead to the weather.

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Good evening. Some sunshine over the last few days, it is now all change

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as the rain turns up. Some time yet to be quite heavy. First thing this

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morning we had a lovely start to the day, the Channel Islands saw some

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glorious sunshine to greet everyone first thing. That is now changing

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and the rain is coming and it could be around tomorrow, mostly in the

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West, some patchy rain and rather cloudy and breezy. Breaks in the

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sunshine now and then. A lot of cloud queueing up, currently over

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most of southern England, producing outbreaks of rain, some heavy. One

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weather system moves away but another follows. It stays just to

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the west and although the area of high pressure has been moved across

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to France it is still close enough to keep southerly winds calling for

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this week, drawing up warmth from Spain and Portugal and from

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Thursday, we could have pretty high temperatures, possibly even 19, and

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all change on Friday as a cold front comes through. This is the satellite

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picture from this afternoon and you can see the brighter colours. Before

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that, there was some hazy sunshine but already a feel of cloud with the

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daffodils looking fantastic. And along the coastline, pretty good

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although the breeze has whipped up, a fresh southerly breeze. Further

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inland, this is Exeter with plenty of blue sky. For the least the

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sunshine has held on for longer and is producing some effects. Some wet

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weather for this evening with this band of rain fast moving, sweeping

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through accompanied by some strong winds for a time. Once it gets

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through, things start to calm down and a lot of cloud, a mild night,

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misty over high ground and the overnight temperature down to 11. A

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head start with the temperature first thing tomorrow and some rain

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but persistent rain to the west of us. Some breaks developing in the

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cloud particularly afternoon when the sunshine comes out for an hour

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or two, giving temperatures of 14 Celsius. Cloudy with rain off and on

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through the day. Finally, very messy conditions along the south coast but

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clean socks to be had along the north coast.

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It is your fault it is raining. Thanks for watching, see you

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tomorrow, good night.

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