29/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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European Union after 44 years of membership. That's all from

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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands, I'm Charlie McArdle.

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With less than a week to go concerning confusion about Jesse

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brand population laws. -- Jersey's. Calls for tougher rules forcing

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Guernsey taxi drivers to provide aren't happy, and a famous car flies

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in for a starring role. New laws governing who can live

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and work in Guernsey are being debated by the States -

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less than a week before they're Some businesses and property-owners

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want the laws to be delayed, claiming that they'll harm

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the economy and that most islanders Mark Inchley has

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tonight's top story. Well, Mark's outside

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the States Chambers now. It will dictate who can live in

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Guernsey and for how long. Conditions are local properties and

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much more. They have been used in the making that late attempt to

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derail the new laws seem to have fallen on deaf ears. The deputy

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suggests just a few tweaks. To add and is understand how the changes

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will impact on them? I know they will affect but I'm not sure. I live

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with my boyfriend is why on his licence. I know the licence regime

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has to change. Seems to be quite a sensible option. You can't just keep

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people out and people need security. There's still plenty and 70 about

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what the changes will mean for Avenue and that will remain to that

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list the end of this debate which tonight is still far from over.

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Well, Mark's outside the States Chambers now.

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Then five proposed changes and just to have been dealt with today. The

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first review of the laws which will happen by early 2019 and be carried

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out by the quality resources committee alongside their home

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affairs committee. The bulk of this afternoon has been spent discussing

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what birthrights children born in Kent it should have when it comes to

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living and working in the island. In the last half hour that amendment

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has been thrown out. It was calling for all children to have the same

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rights. There they will go with the original plan which sees children

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born in Ireland with a print and Grampian to the island with more

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rights than others. There had been an attempted throughout the whole

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package despite consent from the business community it would be

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damaging to their quarrel economy. Clive, are you disappointed this has

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not happened? The debate has gone towards a review allegedly after the

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law has been passed which everybody expected to be. -- and regionally.

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-- immediately. There's an amendment to the short-term licence which we

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have been arguing for. How it will pan out and affect the economy going

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forwards in the future we're not quite setting it. We will wait till

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tomorrow. -- not quite certain yet. We will willingly be part of that.

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Three amendment still to discuss and we will bring you the latest nose as

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they happen. -- the latest on that. Jersey Dairy is the latest company

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to put its prices up due to the weakened pound

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following the UK's Brexit vote. The cost of milk will go

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up four pence a litre Other Jersey Dairy products such

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as butter and ice cream The exchange rate between the Yale

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and the pound is dead by over 22% since this time last year. -- Yule.

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That has had an affect on costs and services to Jersey dairy.

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The States of Guernsey says Prime Minister Theresa May has

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assured it of the full support of the UK Government

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as Britain begins the process of leaving the EU.

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It follows a letter from the States to Mrs May about Guernsey's

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External Affairs Minister, Jonathan Le Tocq says

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the Prime Minister's response is timely.

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She has given assurances her Government will work on our behalf

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particularly where the responsibility of the UK Government

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in negotiations on Brexit. Jersey is going to look at the

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potential opportunities and challenges of the UK leaving the EU.

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Meanwhile the external affairs Minister has responded to concerns

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that Palin will become more vulnerable. The other thing we can

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do is convince people that we are an open jurisdiction and were not a

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threat to Europe in any way. Quite the contrary, we actually contribute

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to Europe in the sense of supporting employment and supporting tax

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revenues in European Union states. There are calls for tougher laws

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forcing Guernsey taxi drivers At the moment there's no

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legal requirement for car But today the States urged

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parents and taxi drivers to use common sense,

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as Jessica Banham reports. It's something many of us do every

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day, strapping the Cheltenham for the school run and you would not use

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a car seat. -- strapping the Cheltenham. -- Child N.

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We ordered a taxi when my son was probably 18 months

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and I had my own car seat but there wasn't enough room

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for all of us so the taxi driver explained that we could put my son

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on my lap with the seat belt which I wasn't

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Over in the UK, taxi drivers are exempt from having

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And here in Guernsey, there's currently no legal

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requirement for drivers to use them IF there isn't one available...

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It's something that parents have been criticising

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After a local mum struggled to find a firm that

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Samantha Bisson commented that this is so not OK.

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Young children need to travel securely in a car.

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While Liz Taylor-Kerr called it ridiculous and said she'd faced

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a similar problem elsewhere But Kirsten Jameson

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to fit suitcases in the boot of a taxi, even without a baby seat.

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It would be very awkward to carry one round with you -

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you'd be limited to do other fares with car seats in the back so it

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Over in Jersey, legislation brought in last year means taxis now have

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But today Guernsey's States said it was unrealistic to expect

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all drivers to offer a range of child seats, and that

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some do own them and can provide one when asked.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Guernsey

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A review has made 26 recommendations to improve the way

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Jersey Police work with children in domestic violence cases.

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They include changes to how centres are staffed and calls are recorded.

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The review, by a small islands forum, is based

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Police say investing in staff is key.

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It is looking at the end it to enter process. It is looking at how we

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take initial receipt and record details of reported incidents and

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how we respond and how we investigate and how we risk

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assessed. And ultimately how we step away.

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Over ?100 per tonne of solid rubbish,

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and water bills almost doubling - those are the new charges facing

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The waste tax has been agreed in principle as part

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It is an incentive to stop the growing amount of rubbish thrown

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away. But a new commercial waste charges worrying industries,

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especially hospitality. We can't pass this tax onto peoples of

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widgets that was to come from? I was supposed to absorb visitors put up

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with it? I think it is quite harsh and I think it is unfair. Despite

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their concerns The States gave the new waste tax the green light

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without knowing what the cost would be. Southern waste will be charged

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around ?150 per turn. -- solid waste. It will be more for a bulky

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rubbish and cheaper for recyclables. Liquid waste will be calculated on

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the boy and used to post 27 parameter which will be applied to

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95% of metered water going into business as it is assumed that is

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how much goes out and waste. The minister behind it says they're not

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making a profit. They say it is fairly paid for them. Those EU

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services on the island, use the disposal services, each paid a fair

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amount. It is creating a level playing field between those

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businesses and it means the general taxpayer, yourself and other

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islanders, and not cross subsidising businesses. The charges still in the

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consultation stage could be passed by The States this summer.

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An exhibition about Jersey in the 1980s is opening

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at the Jersey Museum, and here's one of the star

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The car belonging to the island's famous TV detective

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The Triumph Roadster was hoisted onto the second floor of the museum,

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ready for the exhibition this Saturday.

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And we'll be having a look and taking you back

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Ah, the '80s, I remember it well and appeared in a few

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We have some decent weather on the way the next few days. Today has not

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been too bad. We saw blue skies around at times. We saw 18 degrees

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in Jersey and could get higher tomorrow. A warm feeling day with

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good spells of sunshine and largely drives well. Low-pressure dominates

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the Atlantic. But it is high pressure sitting over France that is

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more or less controlling our weather and keeping weather fronts at bay.

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Into tomorrow slightly more south-easterly will bring drier and

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one process. Into tomorrow night the one process. Into tomorrow night the

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cold front works his way through which means fresher conditions as we

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head into Friday at the weekend. Through the night tonight it is

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fairly quiet with a bit of a breeze and staying largely dry with good

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spells coming and going. Lows of around 10 degrees are 11 degrees.

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Tomorrow there will be some close here are their button generals and

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isn't bright weather was good spells of sunshine. It should be mostly

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drive for tomorrow. Temperatures easily getting into the mid-to high

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teens. It is pretty warm for the sale of year. Fairly big waves for

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tomorrow. 29 feet. We should have clean conditions. This is the

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picture I did see. Winds south-easterly of three or four and

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a case for getting up to five. As shows but mainly drive. Visibility

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mainly good. -- a few showers. Not looking too bad over the coming

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days. There will be showers of rendered time and I think tomorrow

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night will bring some rain on Saturday could bring some heavy

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showers but overall business buzz of sunshine and a good amount of dry

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weather. The showers will turn fresher as we head towards the

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weekend. We'll be back at eight o'clock and then the slightly later

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time of quarter to 11. say, like everybody here, we will be

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following this step-by-step over the next two years. Thank you very much.

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Now a brief roundup of other stories making the news in the South West.

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John Earle, a former BBC TV presenter and Jackanory storyteller

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has admitted sexually assaulting a boy almost 60years ago.

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87-year-old Earle of Upton Pyne near Exeter carried

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out the offences between 1957 and 1961 when he was

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He has been told he could face prison and must sign

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The Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust says admissions are up ten per cent

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and it has a hundred patients who cannot be discharged as care

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Its advising people to use GPs, minor injury units

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Derriford Hospital in Plymouth says its also busy and is

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using its social media pages to ask people to consider other

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services if its not emergency care they need.

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Exeter based Flybe has been fined ?70,000

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3.3 million unwanted emails to people who'd opted out

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They were sent last August asking people to update

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marketing preferences and personal information.

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Flybe has apologised and said it has taken action to ensure it

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Persistent wet weather has delayed the start of swailing on Dartmoor.

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The controlled burning of overgrown gorse can only take

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place between October and the end of March.

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At Haytor its only just got underway.

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Rising costs have forced changes to a major Royal British

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The Devon Festival of Remembrance has been held for 25 years but it'll

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be replaced by a concert at a smaller venue in

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As Hamish Marshall reports, the main reasons are reduced ticket

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sales and the cost of hiring both Exeter Cathedral and the Band

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It is one of the most high-profile ways that Devon marks the sacrifices

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of those who gave their lives in combat. But there will be no Royal

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British Legion Devon Festival of Remembrance in 2017. The band of Her

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Majesty's Royal Marines is a big attraction at the festival, but it

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comes at a cost. ?1800 as the Ministry of Defence charges

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organisations including the British Legion for outside appearances. It

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says that is according to Government policy, but it contributed to the

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festival making a loss. ?1800 is a lot of money, especially for

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remembrance. If it was for a flower show or for a county show or

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something like that, I could understand. But not for remembrance.

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It is really not in line with the idea of remembrance. Another big

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cost is the new ?3000 to hire Exeter Cathedral. The cathedral, which has

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its own well-publicised financial issues, told as it works very hard

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to keep costs for concerts and other events held here to a minimum. But

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staffing and other costs involved in keeping the building open beyond its

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normal opening hours do have to be covered. So in November, the smaller

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venue will host a lower budget concerts, focusing on youngsters.

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The young people of this country or the people who are going to continue

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and we looking forward to a terrific concert with a lot of participation

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of children. And the hope is to reinstate the larger scale festival

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in 2018. To mark the centenary of the end of the Great War.

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The wife of a former Plymouth-based Royal Marine

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convicted of shooting dead a wounded Taliban fighter says he has always

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regretted his actions and if he could turn back time

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Alexander Blackman is to be freed after his murder conviction

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Today his wife Claire told our Somerset Correspondent

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Clinton Rogers they wondered if the day would ever come.

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The whole four and a half year journey has been a bit of

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a rollercoaster and we have obviously had some wins along the

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way but we have had a lot more let downs and disappointments and those

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were the days when we really wondered if we would get here.

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When you spoke to your husband after the

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He is a man of few words and I think, to be fair,

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it took most of the day for the decision to really sink in.

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Obviously, in prison he's had time to reflect on that day.

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He has always wished that he could turn the clock

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back and act differently in that situation than he did.

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He has always regretted his actions and he

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has always held himself accountable for them.

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How hard you think it will be to adjust for both of you?

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I listen to people who advise me that there will be a readjustment

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period and I am sure that is true, but I suppose over many other

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couples we have the advantage of readjusting from every tour he's

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ever been on, albeit this is a considerably longer

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tour than the others, but neither of us are

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We are very much looking forward to it.

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He is coming out largely because of what you have

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I've heard the title lioness applied to you.

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Does this sit comfortably on your shoulders?

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I haven't really had a chance to think

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And people ask me often why and how I have done what I have

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And I don't really have a good answer.

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And somebody needed to fight to get the justice

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that he received yesterday and if that has to be me, then so be it.

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Some sports news now and almost a decade after the race,

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Devon runner Jo Pavey has been awarded a World Championship medal.

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The 43-year-old finished the 2007 10,000 metre

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However she's now set to receive the bronze medal after the athlete

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who finished ahead of her was found guilty of a doping offence.

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More south west success now and the Thomas Hardye School

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who we featured on Friday has produced an incredible

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performance today to win the National Schools Vase final.

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The team were clearly not suffering any Twickenham nerves.

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The under-15 side from Dorchester blew their opponents away running

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in seven first half tries to lead 45-0 at the break.

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The second-half was a more even contest and the Thomas Hardye School

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eventually ran out winners by 67 points to seven.

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In Plymouth, the count down to Armed Forces Day began

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when the flag was presented to the city in an unusual way.

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Former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod, who lost three limbs in Afghanistan,

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accompanied the standard by landing craft across the Sound

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Then, by way of a weapons vehicle and zip wire, it was handed

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This year's event on June 24th will include parades,

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displays and an air show and is expected to attract more

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An 11-year-old boy from Cornwall has become the youngest person ever

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to be chosen to represent Great Britain in the

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Yes, Will Bacchus and his best friend Aston are

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Earlier this month they got to the finals of their category

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at Crufts and in July they'll be in Luxembourg as part

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of Team GB in the European Junior Open Championships.

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Our reporter, Andrea Ormsby's been to see them in action.

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So I'm going to send him into the tunnel.

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Run this way and then I'm going to pull him

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And then I'm going to send him through here.

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five-year-old cocker spaniel Aston have been training together for four

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He will eat whatever he can get his paws on and

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he is just very cuddly, noisy, and a lovely friend to have.

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And they are doing very well together.

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They got through to the finals of their

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category at Crufts and now they have been chosen

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by Team GB, making Will

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When it came through, I started welling

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up, so I feel like pretty proud of me and Aston, so yeah...

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But Aston hasn't always given him cause for

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He used to run out the ring and go to burger vans and the worst

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one was when he ran out of the ring and destroyed a cake stall and he

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So my mum had to go and pay for them after we put him

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He's prepared to take on a challenge.

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A lot of people may have given up, but having

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worked through it, he has actually got a very strong bond and a lovely,

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And it is that bond bringing success.

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He has tried so hard to get this far.

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He never gives up, even when the dog was raiding cake stalls and burger

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He kept on going and perseverance has paid off now.

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In July, Will and Aston head to Luxembourg for

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Can really see the love and affection they have.

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Congratulations to Will and Aston, but also a special mention

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for our reporter Andrea who was also the camera operator racing

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That's our very own North Devon reporter Andrea Ormsby -

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there she is, with her camera following the action

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We should enter her into a competition!

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Give Aston a run for his money. Let's see what the weather is like.

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We saw some very blustery conditions.

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It looks a bit rough. All very disappointing today. We are not the

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only ones who have experienced it. Across the region, it has been great

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and dismal. We that low cloud and health and mist and Mark. Our

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cameraman went to Dartmoor today because you can see the low cloud

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and rain and drizzle as well. Quite a brisk wind around as well.

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Beginners for tomorrow is that we lose the moist south-westerly flow

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that we had today and we start to produce a little bit more of a

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southerly wind. That should help to bring some slightly drier, slightly

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warmer air across us. Hopefully some improvement for some others tomorrow

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and hopefully for many others losing scenes like this. Work tomorrow,

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slightly warmer. There will be some rain around. Western fringes are

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most likely to see rain. For many others, a dry day and a brighter day

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as well. Low pressure is dominating in the Atlantic. High pressure sits

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across France and that is how we keep those weather fans at bay. This

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is today. This is tomorrow. Not a lot of change but slightly more of a

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southerly as opposed to a south-westerly. Hopefully a better

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day on the cards. Into Friday, the cold front moves through. Pressure

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conditions for Friday and we keep the pressure conditions into the

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weekend. The risk of some heavy thundery showers on Saturday but

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with high-pressure developing by Sunday it should help to clear off

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the showers and it should be dry. As it has not been out there for today.

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Spells of rain coming and going, heavy bursts in some places. Cloud

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as well. We continue to see rain on and off through the night tonight as

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well. Some of it could be quite lively. The brisk wind continues.

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Bob around tonight as well. All of that keeps it mild, with

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temperatures staying in double figures into tomorrow morning.

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Tomorrow, it could be down early. The good news is that with that

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southerly wind, the brain wants to work its way further westwards all

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the western fringes will have a disappointing day. But in general,

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for many of us, a dry day and bright and also warmer. Medium and high

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level cloud around at times. A warm feeling day. 16-17 C. Except where

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you keep that rain and the Isles of Scilly is likely to be one of those

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places. A blustery day with that rain at times and temperatures here

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is a good bit lower, I suspect. These are the times of high water.

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And these are the waves for surfers. Fairly big. Clean conditions here

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with that southerly wind coming in. For the coastal waters, the wind

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will be southerly. Some patchy rain around at times. A largely dry

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picture for many of us but we have got a moderate to rough seas state

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and that could increase to very rough later on in the day. This is

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how it is shaping up over the coming days. Not too bad overall. For many

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of us, a decent day for tomorrow. The further west you are, you will

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have those outbreaks of rain. Mostly dry on Friday. Just like showers.

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Temperatures taking a tumble. Heavy and thundery showers on Saturday.

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Some sunshine away from the showers. Openly drier and brighter for

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Sunday. Back to you. More on some of her stories on our

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Facebook page including Aston and Will and also dog agility. Good

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night. I expect you'll want to become

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a schoolmaster? That's what most of the gentlemen

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does that get sent down for indecent behaviour.

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Evelyn Waugh's classic novel. Have you ever been in love,

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Mr Pennyfeather? No, not yet. The fire escape is very dangerous

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and never to be used,

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