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A campaign to call out abuse as it emerges one in four gay

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Would you support any hate crime to the police? No, only if it was a

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physical assault. We speak to the Londoners

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determined not to give up The firefighters treated

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to a well-earned break after their traumatic

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experience of Grenfell. The support and love we have felt

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here is amazing. And getting ready to say

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farewell as the Proms draws Hate crime against the gay

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community is on the up. That's according to new figures

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released by the charity Stonewall. The charity is calling on family,

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friends and colleagues to make a stand against it and call things

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out when they see hate crime happen. That's because even though one

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in four LGBT people in London has experienced hate crime,

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not everyone reports it. Liam and Steve want to be able to be

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themselves but say they can't Three weeks ago I was in a nightclub

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and this guy must have just heard my voice and heard that I'm

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camp and gay so he thought he might He turned around and started saying

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some quite homophobic slurs. He then turned around and stamped

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on my hand and from that stamp I found out two days later

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that my knuckle was broken. The last thing I expected

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was for a young man to find it offensive and to come up and think

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it was OK to hit me. New research carried out

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by Stonewall suggests hate The number of lesbian,

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gay and bisexual people who experienced hate crime

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in the last year increased 41% of transgender people said

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they had suffered an incident in the last 12 months but 81%

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of people surveyed did not report I've been walking in the streets

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and had someone scream at me, I've had some abusive

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words and shouting. But I've definitely noticed

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attitudes have sharpened. In terms of verbal,

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you just kind of expect it, which is wrong in itself and sad

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in itself but I wouldn't report any kind of verbal,

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but if it was physical, Would you report any hate crime that

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happens to you to the police? Only if it was an actual

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physical assault. Because I used to work

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for the police and I know how difficult it is for them to follow

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up something like that. So, really, you are willing

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to put up with it? I don't know if I'm

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willing to put up with it. The research also highlights

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the discrimination that The charity says that LGBT people

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still face prejudice in cafes, It really needs police forces

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to step up, it needs the government to look at how they deal

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with hate crime. What we're asking people to do

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is to sign a pledge on the website that they will stand up for LGBT

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equality in their communities because it is actually going to take

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individuals to change this. The Met Police believe the rise

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in recorded homophobic crime is due to a range of factors,

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including a growing willingness among victims to report it

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and better awareness among staff The Home Office says it's working

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with police and the justice system to help ensure victims

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have the confidence to come forward. Calls for changes to passport rules

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over claims that some mothers face distress and delays at border

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patrols. As we've been hearing,

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Brexit negotiations are ramping up and Parliament's considering key

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legislation to take Meanwhile, tens of thousands

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of anti-Brexit protestors are preparing to take

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to the capital's The People's March for the EU

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includes celebrity support from the likes of Sir Bob Geldof

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and Sir Patrick Stewart. But what does it really

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hope to achieve? Our Brexit reporter Katharine

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Carpenter's been taking a look. She might have said it again

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and again but here in Blackheath, the Prime Minister's words have

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fallen on deaf ears. I'm just going to put

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some stickers here. Instead, they're busy thinking up

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slogans of their own for this weekend's anti-Brexit march

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through the capital. I just think that if you believe

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in something so strongly, And I don't believe Brexit

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is a done deal yet anyway. Most of them probably realise

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what a mistake they have made and they probably need a chance

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to redeem themselves. By continuing to make our voice

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heard, we are not letting the reality of it be brushed

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under the carpet. Here in the capital, there is a lot

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of sympathy with these views. After all, nearly 60% of Londoners

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voted to stay in the EU. So what's the deal

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with stopping Brexit? And in reality, how might

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it actually happen? I want the people in power

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to investigate in a mature and considered way what all

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the options are and what all the consequences are and to tell

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them honestly to the people of this country and then say, you know what,

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it's not going to work, as it? Not an impossible dream,

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according to the experts. But an unlikely one,

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as things stand. There's no reason constitutionally

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why Brexit shouldn't be reversed but politically it depends

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on a radical change in public opinion and there is no sign of that

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at all at the moment. Indeed, survey evidence shows that

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most people still want to leave Among them, South London

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comedian Jeff Northcott. He has built his sketches around

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the trials of being a Leave voter Look at the modern crowd

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and they don't look very scary, two squirts of the water cannon

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and they will be in Ubers. And they're probably only marching

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for their Fitbit targets anyway! I think the people of Scotland

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wisely realised in the main that referendums are hard and divisive

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but the only thing that is harder and more divisive is not

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to respect the outcome. So I'm not saying it's

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a perfect thing but this is the situation that we're left

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with and we have to proceed. Nothing has been decided

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in negotiations yet so most people in the middle,

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whether you leaned towards Leave or Remain, are still waiting

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to see what the colour And the colour of the deal

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is likely to be made up As varied and complex

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as our views on Brexit. But let's just pick up

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on a point raised there - a second referendum,

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which is what the Liberal We can talk to their leader,

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Vince Cable, who's also Good evening. As we heard, why can't

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you just respect the outcome of a democratic referendum? We do respect

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the outcome, we're not asking for a rerun of the last one but as he

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heard, even from the Brexit comedian, we do not know what the

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outcome is and the argument for a further referendum is to actually

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have a first referendum on the fact that once we know what is going to

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happen, when the government has negotiated something, if it does,

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you give the people the choice as to whether the press ahead or if they

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want to exit from the exit. To most people but is effectively a second

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referendum but we have just begun negotiations, were not due to leave

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until 2019, is it disrespectful to the democratic process? I do not

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believe it is disrespectful and I was opposed to the idea of having

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another referendum after the last one to change it, that would have

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been wrong and undemocratic. When we get to the end of the negotiation,

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the end of the process, we're in a very different place. Starting off

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is not the same as the destination and I think it was David Davis, he

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said that in a democracy people have the right to change their mind. When

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the facts are known, we want to give the people the opportunity to

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choose. There is no evidence that people have changed their mind. I

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YouGov poll a few months ago suggested the majority of people,

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70%, are in favour of pushing on with it even if they did not support

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it in the first place. There is a wide range of models, some people

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are implacably opposed to leaving and some people believe under any

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circumstances and there is a lot of other people currently giving the

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government the benefit of the doubt. Although I suspect the more it

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becomes clear that we have totalled this organisation and weak

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negotiation in government they might change their mind. There are a lot

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of flocks and people changing their views. We are in the middle of the

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process, not at the end of it. That is when you will begin to see public

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opinion moving. Do you feel that the Lib Dems are in touch with public

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opinion? Even here in London, the election was filed earlier this year

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on an anti-Brexit ticket. You got three out of 73 seats. The last

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Richmond to an Brexiteer. That is true. -- you lost Richmond. We did

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not do as well as we thought, I won my seat back and so did Ed Davey in

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Kingston. We are dealing with different circumstances and we have

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to be forward looking rather than backward looking. As you said in the

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introduction to the package, the people of London as a whole voted

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strongly to remain. Some of those people are reconciled to what is

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happening and others are not. I think there is a lot to play for

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here and I think the Liberal Democrats have been very consistent

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and clear in our view and clear in our warnings about the dangers and I

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think we're going to see those dangers become real and I think

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people will turn to us when they realise that our judgment has been

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right. Sir Vince Cable, we will leave it there. We are at the

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beginning of the process. Many thanks for your time.

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Detectives investigating an attack on an 82-year-old cancer patient

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in east London have described it as "beyond comprehension".

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Ahmet Dobran suffered fractures to his spine

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after being dragged to the floor, beaten and having his watch

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and gold bracelet stolen in Newham last month.

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Police have released a picture of three men they want to speak

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Prosecutors are considering charging a man, known only as Nick,

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who claimed a paedophile ring operated at the heart

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Scotland Yard spent almost 18 months examining claims that senior

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politicians and other public figures sexually assaulted children and even

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Police have now passed a file to the Crown Prosecution Service

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which will decide whether he should be charged with perverting

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A London MP is calling for a change in passport regulations

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after being stopped with her daughter at UK border control

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because they didn't share the same surname.

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Tulip Siddiq, the Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn,

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says she's since found hundreds of thousands of other women have

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been asked to produce marriage or birth certificates,

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Marc Ashdown is here to tell us more.

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Tulip Siddiq was on her way home from a relaxing family holiday in

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France and was in Paris, about to get onto the Eurostar when she was

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separated by staff from her husband, she was on the fast track you with

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her 18-month-old daughter where he was held back. She was waved through

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French border control but when she got to the UK border check, she was

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stopped and the problem was her daughter has her husband's name on

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the passport. She kept her maiden name when they got married. This is

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what happened. There followed an intense period of questioning, they

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asked if I had her birth certificate, my marriage

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certificate, if I could prove she was my daughter and where my husband

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was. He was stuck in the back of a very long queue, I can find him...

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And I was holding up the queue, there was an air of suspicion and I

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felt very uncomfortable. Do we have any idea how widespread these

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problems are? Tulip Siddiq wrote to Amber Rudd and she has found that in

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the last five years, 600,000 women have been asked to prove they were

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related to their children at UK border control. Some have been

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delayed for hours if they did not have marriage or birth certificates.

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The problem could get even more common, recent research found that

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one in seven women are intending to keep her maiden name when they marry

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and same-sex couples often have different names also. Job city's

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answer is for children's passports to carry the names of both parents

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to avoid confusion but the Home Office told us they have a duty to

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safeguard children and prevent people trafficking, child sexual

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exploitation and other crimes and they have no plans to make any

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changes and they say a passport as a travel document and it would

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fundamentally change its purpose if they started identifying parental

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relationships. They say parents can write details in the emergency page

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and there is some advice on the government website. Many thanks.

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I will speak to European Olympic and world champion Liam Heath about his

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success in the kayak and the fact he is about to become a father for the

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first time. And the problem has come to an end this weekend at the Royal

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Albert Hall and Hyde Park. -- the Proms. She is introducing me in a

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little while! The first day at school can be

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a nervous time for any pupil but especially if you're unable

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to speak English. So students at the Nightingale

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Academy in Edmonton have been helping out their new classmates

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by translating for them - whether it be Romanian,

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Portugese or Kurdish. And they are also

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helping parents, too. A multilingual welcome

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to Nightingale Academy in Edmonton. 44 languages are spoken

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here and pupils are being trained as interpreters to help new arrivals

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learn English and how Berivan Merrick is from Turkey

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and is helping new Turkish 14-year-old Asen Ivanov

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joined the school from He's now fluent in English and has

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trained as an interpreter. He remembers how hard it can be

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starting school in a new country. When I came here two years ago

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I didn't know enough English And now when I see others,

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when I see new students coming, I just bring myself in the situation

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and I don't really like it because They don't know what happens and

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stuff, so I just want to help them. The interpreters also help

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translate our parents evenings. They help new arrivals,

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they translate into the languages They help teachers make phone calls

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or translate in lessons. And there are plans now to expand

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the scheme to train more As well as helping new pupils,

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teachers hope the skills learned by the interpreters could help them

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with job-hunting the future. The former Sutton United goalkeeper

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Wayne Shaw has been fined almost ?400 and banned for two months

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for breaching FA betting rules. He was seen eating a pie

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during February's FA Cup loss to Arsenal after a bookmaker had

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offered odds of 8-1 that he would It was alleged he intentionally

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influenced a football Believe it or not, London is said

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to be no longer the most expensive place in the country to enjoy a beer

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- that honour now belongs In the capital the average is ?3.60

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- 13 pence up on last year, The least expensive beers

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are in Yorkshire and Herefordshire, where it's more than

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a pound cheaper. Next, our success in rowing

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means that the likes of Steve Redgrave, Matthew Pinsent

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and Katherine Granger have But if we swap oars for paddles,

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is it harder to name an Olympic, Because we do have one -

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and when it comes to kayaks, Emma Jones has been to meet

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Liam Heath from Surrey. It has been quite a special 12

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months for Liam Heath. He became Olympic champion

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in Rio last summer. Before defending his European title

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in a world leading time this July... And then becoming world

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champion for the first time. It is something, well,

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every item was something I laid out at the beginning of the year

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and was something It's quite a rarity that you can

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walk away from a season having ticked everything off

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the list, essentially. I've been chasing that World

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Championship title for a long time. His achievements, reward

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for all of the hard work that he puts in here on the Olympic

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rowing course at Eton Dorney, You find yourself tired and a bit

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run down and fatigued Floating on the water

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in the rain, thinking, Then, you jump out the water

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and have some food, get your sugar levels back up and you are right

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as rain again. But while he may be all conquering

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on the water, he is about to take You are about to become

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a dad for the first time, Very excited, we are

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both very excited. And as a sportsman,

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all of the preparation you've done to achieve all that you have

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achieved, is that giving you any I don't know what it's like to be

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a dad, but I think I have a cool With the Tokyo Olympics

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in his sights, Liam doesn't plan on hanging up his paddles just yet,

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but the next few months could be less about hard training,

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and more about nappy changing. It's one of the highlights

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of the music calendar, and now the eight-week-long Prom

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season is drawing to a close. This weekend sees what's become one

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of its best-known performances - the traditional Last Night

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and the huge outdoor Let's go live to Wendy Hurrell

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at the Albert Hall to tell us more. Where has the summer gone? That

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eight weeks seems to have flown by and there is a striptease to stream

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of people coming, there are already here listening to the beautiful

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tones of the Vienna Philemon lake. And there's some more music here

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tomorrow. I have spent the day watching rehearsals for the Last

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Night. Every year the Proms close with fun,

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fanfair and flag-waving, They were in their civvies

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today for rehearsals At Maida Vale studios,

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the BBC Symphony Orchestra On Saturday, they will be

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at the Royal Albert Hall together. There's always a fantastic

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atmosphere with the promenade there. I think the last night just has

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an extra special dimension to it. Everyone comes wanting

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to have a party, wanting to enjoy themselves,

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wanting to have a good time. There will be good times

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across Hyde Park too on the same night, this year Proms

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in the Park will feature songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan,

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best known for his # You give me the creeps when you

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jump on your feet so get down. He will be playing his hit with a 60

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piece BBC concert orchestra. A lot of my songs are used

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to orchestral arrangements The fact there's 50 or 60

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will enhance the arrangement so I'm Hyde Park is going

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to be pretty special. If they're out to enjoy themselves,

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hopefully we can help on that front. To make sure, they were in

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the rehearsal studio too You're going to get an amazing

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concert which includes Elaine Paige, Michael ball will sing as well as

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narrating and we have the fabulous Gilbert Sullivan and Ray Davies of

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the kinks. It's an opportunity to have orchestral backing to an act

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like Ray Davies is amazing. It just broadens the whole scope of the

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programme. But the British traditions remain unchanged.

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Traditions such as forming an orderly queue. This is where it

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begins for the late Proms which start at 9:30pm. I think this lady

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is the first in the queue because everybody wants to get to the front

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this evening. They will be watching a piano performance. There is no

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queue here at the moment probably because of the weather.

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A group of London firefighters who were among those

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who risked their lives responding to the Grenfell Tower tragedy

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swapped the fire station for the beach this week for a break

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organised for them by their Cornish colleagues.

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Tamsin Melville joined North Kensington station's

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For these London firefighters, a bit of light relief is very welcome.

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They're from North Kensington Blue Watch and were involved in tackling

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Yeah, no one wants to see a disaster of that scale.

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But yeah, we were down to do a job and I think everyone,

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This week, Cornish colleagues are keen to show solidarity

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and they're treating them to a break full of sand, surf

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We offered to raise some money in the community so we did that

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by the charity Ladder Climb, a JustGiving page, and help

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from the local community all around really that have been very kind

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It's just enabled us to actually - and for them - to enjoy Cornwall

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and sort of open up and be able to chat, and feel rewarded

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Things like this prove that human support is amazing.

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The support and love we felt down here is amazing.

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Penzance firefighters aren't the only ones

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Last week another community effort - Cornwall Hugs Grenfell -

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saw a group, including survivors of the blaze,

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There are plans from both to repeat the invitations.

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Let's get a check on the weather, shall we?

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Over the next few days it will feel more like autumn with clouds slowly

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increasing through the day and whilst many have been dry, there has

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been the spot of rain around. Rain across northern parts of the country

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at the moment will be the focus of our weather later tonight and

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through tomorrow. In the coming hours we will see the cloud

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gradually increasing further, that will bring the odd spot of rain but

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as the night wears on that rain becoming more persistent and perhaps

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even locally heavy by dawn. It won't be a cold night, temperatures not

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dropping lower than 14 Celsius but the breeze strengthens and will

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continue to do so tomorrow because low pressure is in charge of the

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weather. A brisk wind, and this cold fronts could be slipping southwards

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which will bring some fairly persistent rain. On and off through

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much of the day, but it is likely to be heavy at times and through the

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afternoon don't be surprised if you get the odd rumble of thunder. A

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damp looking day, and it will always feel fairly cool given the wind and

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rain. Overnight still some heavy rain at first tomorrow evening. In

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time it will become patchy and start to ease with clear skies developing

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as the night wears on. Temperatures down to 11 or 12 Celsius. That sets

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us up for Saturday which should start with spells of sunshine,

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family promising but the cloud will start to develop and we will see

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showers pushing through the afternoon. Temperature wise,

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pleasant enough in the sunshine but always a cool feel in the showers

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and breeze. As we go into Sunday, we see the area pushing into the

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north-west of the country, it may eventually bring some showers but

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for Sunday it's a mixture of sunshine and showers, but will be

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feeling cooler and start to ease off a little bit as we go into Monday.

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Thank you. Hurricane Irma - one of the most

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powerful storms ever recorded - has left a trail of destruction

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in the Caribbean, with at least 10 people having

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been confirmed as dead. The government's plan

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for leaving the EU is being The so-called Repeal Bill

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would transfer thousands of European That is it for now. More later

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during the ten o'clock news and plenty more on our website and

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Facebook page. Thanks for watching and have a lovely evening. Goodbye.

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# Shout it up, put up your hands high

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# Jump! Won't stop, we got the vibe now

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# Bass so big we knock them right down

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