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Good evening - you're watching Thursday's Look North.

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The growing problem of violence in Yorkshire's prisons -

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the number of fights and serious assaults on guards

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We investigate what's causing the chaos.

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Police investigate after a Conservative councillor was caught

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on video making lewd comments to a protestor in North Yorkshire.

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Charges are dropped in the case of two pensioners arrested

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during a protest against tree felling in Sheffield.

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And the Bradford woman who made it home to cook tea after narrowly

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Very lucky escape. Everyone's saying by a lottery ticket now! I'll have

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to do that on Saturday, won't I? It's been absolutely

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nithering out there today. New figures out today

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reveal the chaos unfolding The number of fights,

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serious assaults on guards and the number of prisoners

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self-harming are now These Government figures paint

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a bleak picture of life inside the prisons in Doncaster,

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Leeds and Wakefield. The number of fights

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has more than trebled, climbing from a total

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of over 300 in 2010, And five years ago, 11 prison guards

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were seriously injured in the line of duty - that figure

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has now more than doubled. And the number of prisoners

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self-harming has reached Obviously, at the time,

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they weren't really John Bedford has been out of prison

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for almost a year now. He spent most of the

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previous eight inside. His medical notes detail his mental

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health struggles during his Page upon page of self-harm

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incidents and suicide attempts. Nobody was visiting me, I had

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nothing, do you know what I mean? I was just a little

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boy stuck in something Were you trying to

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kill yourself, John? John was often in conflict

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with prison staff, frustrated by the lack of help

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and a spell in isolation. This footage from inside HMP

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Leeds shows an example John bit a member of staff

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while he was being restrained. He says he'd been denied

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exercise for two weeks. John is far from being

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the only prisoner to try There were more than 400 incidents

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of self-harm at HMP Leeds alone in the last year,

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and also four suicides. That's the highest the figure has

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been for almost a decade. The most high-profile deaths

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over the last 18 months, Jenny Swift at Doncaster prison

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and Vikki Thompson at HMP Leeds. The Ministry of Justice

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admits that violence, self-harm and deaths in prisons

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are too high. We're investing ?100 million

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in appointing new officers, 2500 officers, across the estate

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so that offenders have both the support and the challenge,

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but also safety in place. John says he knows he

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deserved to be in prison. What he wanted was to break

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the cycle of reoffending. He says he has now,

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but it's despite, not because of,

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his treatment inside. Earlier, I spoke to Alex Hewson

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from the Prison Reform Trust, who campaign to improve the way

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prisoners are treated, and asked him why we're seeing these

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levels of violence in our prisons. We have high levels of people

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stuck in their cells They're there, not spending

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their time productively. Not able to get into education,

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into training, into all the things we know help people to turn

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their lives around and make prisons And so, it's addressing those

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problems that really needs to be a priority of the Government,

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rather than simply firefighting and saying they're going

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to employ more prison staff. I get we need to rehabilitate

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prisoners, but a lot of our viewers will be watching this thinking,

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actually, we need to put more money into social care

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and things like that. And if you're in prison, you've

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forfeited your right to freedom. You forfeit your right to freedom,

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but it's in everybody's interest that people come out of prison less

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likely to reoffend. What do you think about the amount

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of attacks that are now happening on prison guards who are working

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inside the prisons? That number has now

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doubled, hasn't it? As I say, violence and safety

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in prisons are symptoms of a system It isn't in the interest

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of any us in the country. Grievances start from very,

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very small, petty things. If there is an abiding sense

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of injustice because somebody can't get access to education,

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they're locked up in a cell all day, they can't get in touch

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with their family because they're locked in their cells,

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that leads to a sense of injustice. It's not day care for

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prisoners, though, is it? You have to accept there will be

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an amount of boredom in prison, that's why you're sent

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there, isn't it? But I think, as I say,

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it's in everybody's interest that people come out with skills,

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with opportunities to Nobody is going to achieve anything

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by simply spending 24 hours a day locked behind a cell door,

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staring at a wall. We'll have more on this story

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on our late programme as part I'll be speaking to the

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Prison Officers' Association. Next tonight - North Yorkshire

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Police are investigating after an altercation between a huntsman

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and a protestor on Monday at the Middleton Hunt

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in North Yorkshire. Charles Carter, from Birdsall

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near York, was caught on camera making sexual comments

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to Linda Hoggard when she He's since resigned his position

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as a Conservative district councillor in Norfolk,

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where he previously lived. The moment when Linda Hoggard

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takes up the story. The moment when Linda Hoggard

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approached Charles Carter to tell him fox hunting is illegal. The hunt

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protester challenges Mr Carter, and he starts filming her.

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Charles Carter has been a district councillor in Norfolk for five

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years, but who resigned over night after the revelations of his

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conduct. His council leader said he was appalled. In June 2015, Charles

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Carter, as Master of the west Norfolk foxhounds, was interviewed

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about the ban on fox hunting. Having to look over one's shoulder,

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all the time, for fear of being in breach of bad law, is not what the

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country should be all about. But note Mr Carter has moved to

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North Yorkshire, and the hunt he now writes with is described as one of

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the most historic in North Yorkshire, dating back over 200

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years. His comments about controversy to the game is hard.

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I don't know if it's been blown out of proportion or not. He's stepped

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over the line. He made some sexual comments to

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hire... They aren't relevant to the

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situation at all. Sad, there we are. It is now understood Mr Carter has

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phoned Mrs Hoggard to apologise for the situation.

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We hear a number of reports of people who are spattered, abuse,

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intimidated. This is a problem that is getting out of control. The

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problem is that the hunt's lobby organisations refused it contained

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these incidents and they are getting worse and worse. -- to condemn these

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incidents. North Yorkshire Police confirmed

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they are investigating Monday's incident.

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Bonding with your baby - how patting and singing to your bump

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can be good for the whole family after the birth.

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The prosecution case against three people arrested by police

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in Sheffield for protesting against the felling

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The three included Jenny Hockey and Freda Brayshaw, a retired

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lecturer and a former teacher, who are both in their 70s.

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They were facing charges under the Public Order Act - but today

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Relief and delight for Jenny Hockey and Freda Brayshaw

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after the prosecution case against them was withdrawn at

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The two women were arrested following a stand-off with police

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during a tree-felling operation by council

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contracters Amey in the early hours of November 17 last year.

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There were cheers and applause in a packed Court One

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here at Sheffield Magistrates' Court as district judge, Naomi Redhouse,

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told the two women the case had been withdrawn.

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She awarded them ?150 costs each and told them

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Outside court, the two women gave their reaction

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I hope that if anything good comes out of this,

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it's about energising the campaign even more.

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Were you always confident that the case would be dropped?

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No, not at all because we've never quite understood,

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as in many other aspects of this issue, we didn't know

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One charge, then another charge, now it's dropped.

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Today's decision was welcomed as a vote for common sense.

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We've had Freda, one of the defendants, it was her

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birthday and she's had a great birthday present.

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The fact is the CPS, together with the council and Amey

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They've seen the error of their ways and it's great today to be

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able to say to the CPS, well done, you've

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The two women say a rethink of Sheffield's tree-replacement

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strategy is now needed and ask that lessons be learned

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They're now planning to celebrate Freda's birthday and a vow

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to continue their campaign against further tree felling.

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Other news now, and the Independent Police Complaints

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Unions representing workers at Tata Steel are going to recommend

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their members accept a new pensions offer as part of a deal

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1700 staff at Rotherham and Stocksbridge will be balloted

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over plans to change pension arrangements next week.

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The unions say the offer is not without issues but is,

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"The only credible and viable way to secure the future".

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Commission says it's found no indication of potential misconduct

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by police officers during the 1985 Bradford City fire disaster.

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West Yorkshire Police referred itself to the watchdog

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following claims that there were a number of fires at businesses

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The IPPC today confirmed it won't launch a fresh

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inquiry into the blaze in which 56 people died

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and more than 250 others were injured back in 1985.

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There's to be a judicial review into the decision to give

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the go-ahead for a planned redevelopment

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Despite protests, the City of York Council approved English Heritage

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Now a High Court judge will scrutinise that decision.

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The Council says it's confident it followed

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People in a South Yorkshire town say the decision to close its remaining

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Both HSBC and the Yorkshire Bank have announced closures in

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Wath upon Dearn, which they say reflects the fact more customers

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Here's our business correspondent, Danni Hewson.

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You're fed up about Yorkshire Bank, aren't you?

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It seems to be the only topic of conversation here,

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from elderly residents to business owners, the decision to close both

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of this town's remaining High Street banks has been met

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Not having a bank to use, for a business,

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Plus, what about the more vulnerable members of the community?

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We have a higher-than-average elderly population, we have quite

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a lot of disabled people in Wath due to the mining heritage of the area.

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People will struggle to get to alternative banking.

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People come and bring their own dogs...

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Businesses have been coming back to the town's High Street.

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Matt's pet store is just over one year old.

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He's tied into a business account for just over two years,

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and come the summer, his closest branch will be Rotherham

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It's going to drive customers from Wath.

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It's hard enough place to work here, anyway, to get people down here.

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It's difficult for us in particular, we use the bank, we're cash to cash,

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We're going to travel miles to put money in on a daily basis,

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because it has to go in and back out, constantly.

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Losing one branch would have been a blow, but the news both were to go

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has pushed the local MP to take action.

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I have now been in contact, directly,

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I want an explaination of what they're doing,

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and want them to rethink the decision to pull

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Everyone I've spoken to here and Wath is adamant

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that these banks are an integral part of their High Street.

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But the figures tell a very different story.

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Since 2011, Yorkshire Bank say the number of people using the bank

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for day to day transactions has fallen by a third.

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And HSBC say that last year, 90% of customer

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And while this town accepts times are changing, it's change that's

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The situation and Wath is mirrored across the region. Danni joint us

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now. You say this is due to a rise in online banking, what do the banks

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say? We've had statements from both HSBC

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and Yorkshire Bank, HSBC say they are continued to invest in digital

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platforms and people, Yorkshire bank say they are shaping the business in

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response to changing needs. We have to remember not everybody banks

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online. We spoke to a lot of businesses, but spoke to a lot of

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elderly people as well, they they don't use internet banking, they

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don't trust it, they like cash. We also have to remember that, when you

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have big decisions to make, many people like to go into the branch

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and talk to people. They're now going to have to travel.

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In first place, they have started a petition to stop this happening, is

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it likely to succeed? -- in Wath. It will depend on whether and not

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the two banks knew that both were due to close, because it does leave

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a void. That could potentially make a difference. I do know the strength

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of feeling in the town, they're collecting a lot of signatures.

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This is not just a problem in Wath Yorkshire, we're see more of this

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across the country? We will expect to see a lot more of

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this because the way we're doing things is changing. Last year we had

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figures from Which which suggested there were more than 1000 bank

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closures across the country, that is 11% of the network. Those are big

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figures. It's not just HSBC or Yorkshire bank, we also so Yorkshire

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building society announcing closures and other banks following suit. We

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have to remember that we're not using the banks as much, if we're

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not using the service, they won't provide it.

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Thanks, Danni. Now, there are times

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when you must really think that And for Helen Wilson from Bradford,

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Tuesday must have been She was outside her mother's home

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when a car lost control on black ice It could have all

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ended so differently. This is the moment Helen Wilson is

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knocked down, just as she gets out of her car, another vehicle loses

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control on the icy road and ploughs into higher. Amazingly, she

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survived. I'm absolutely fine, this is what I

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can't understand. When the adrenaline rush wears off, you'll be

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shaking. I felt we'd be yesterday. I cried most of the day.

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I saw the video last night, I felt... At anything that happened

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there, I was in tears. It was so scary.

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Helen's back home, slightly bruised and a little stiff. The only visible

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damage, a rip in her favourite jeans.

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It knocked out in the air and she landed on her bottom. I thought, you

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can't jump in the air! When I saw that, I thought...

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It's horrific thing, but perhaps in a week's time it might kick in more.

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You tend to go back and just think, I've been sat there for a few

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minutes previously with the car door open, it could have taken me legs

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off or anything. It's frightening thinking about stuff like that, but

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I try not to focus on it, I focus on the good side, that I'm here.

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Helen and Jack both know things could have turned out very

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differently. Very lucky escape, yeah. Everyone's

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saying, by a lottery ticket! I'll have to do that on Saturday, won't

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I? Helen has yet to watch these

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pictures, she's not sure she'll ever be ready to.

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Leeds United are up to third in the Championship after beating

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When Forest failed to clear a corner, Chris Wood

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But the second Leeds goal is the one to watch time and again.

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Souleymane Doukara scored this stunning 20-yard volley

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It's so good, it's worth another look.

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Barnsley have sold their captain to Aston Villa for an undisclosed fee.

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Conor Hourihane made more than 100 league appearances

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for Barnsley, scoring 29 goals.

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He joins former Barnsley team-mate James Bree at Villa Park

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These departures from Oakwell follow the sale of striker Sam Winnall

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to Sheffield Wednesday earlier this month.

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A new approach to antenatal classes that was pioneered in Bradford has

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been shown to improve the bond between parents and their

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newborn babies when mums interact with their bumps.

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I didn't, maybe that is where I went wrong.

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I used to play at Shakin' Stevens, that got it living.

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And according to researchers at Hull University, mums who talk to,

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sing and massage their bumps bond better after birth.

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These new mums in Bradford have a special bond with their babies.

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They both attended an antenatal class which encouraged them

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When we got asked to speak to our bumps, or asked if we do,

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I was like, no, that seems a bit daft talking to your bump.

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I've got a two-year-old, and you tend to think, I know at all.

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This is Family Links' Welcome To The World Antenatal Programme.

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It looks at the emotional wellbeing of mum and baby

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We're really trying to support the parents to be excited

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It really helps them to think about, emotionally, how

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life's going to change, physically how life's

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going to change, and it's really there to support emotional

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Now researchers at Hull University have proved that it really

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One of their findings show that women who attended these

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classes were less likely to develop postnatal depression.

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I think there's some anecdotal evidence to suggest that talking

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to your bump is a really good way of starting off that process.

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To capture it and be able to demonstrate it through evidence

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was something that gave much more clarity to that whole idea.

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Back in Bradford, what did our a new mums make of the classes?

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My little girl would sing to my bump, and my partner would saying.

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I think that truly helped when he came along.

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Because my little girl and him are really, really

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Because of the group in general, it made me want to breast-feed her

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And it's six months and I'm still breast-feeding,

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Nice to know that I wasn't being silly talking to my bump.

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In the future, researchers plan to look at how men

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The key to being a good teacher is keeping your class engaged.

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But imagine if you could transport them to another world in an instant.

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They could experience the Northern Lights close up,

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or imagine they were swimming across the bottom of a blue ocean

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The Maldives would be nice, wouldn't it?

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Or they could find themselves floating around in space.

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And you could do it all without the expense of a school trip.

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Well, that's exactly what happened at a school in Pontefract.

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Heidi Tomlinson went along to try it out.

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How to impress a room full of noisy 12-year-olds.

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Get them a headset with mind-blowing access to pretty much anywhere.

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It's the tallest waterfall in the worlds, Angel Falls,

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They're experiencing an expedition app through a 3-D headset.

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It's new way of learning, devised by Google.

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If you look around, you can see a big ray up there.

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Just want to reach out, it's so real.

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It made me feel like I was actually in these places.

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When I was looking at it, I felt amazed, I'd never seen

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You can go inside the body and anything like that.

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When you sit there, people don't want to go through your book,

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But with these ones, it makes you want to.

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Over 60% of jobs these young people will have in the future

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Being competent and able to use this technology

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is really, really important for the knowledge-based society.

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It looks like they're having a lot of fun,

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They are learning, we've brought in teachers

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At the moment they're looking at technology,

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and the teachers are explaining how this technology works and what

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It does actually make you feel like you're underwater.

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But we're not underwater, we're back in the class.

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You'll have to go to your next lesson.

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No headsets, nowhere near as entertaining.

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That looks great fun. You wouldn't want to take them off,

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what do you? I would like to be on a real beachcomber it's been freezing!

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I feel like a rose between two thorns. I should get a purple suit,

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we'd but all look great. These are quite astonishing temperatures,

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everywhere was sub zero. The cosy air is so dry, that's why it felt so

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cold. Tomorrow will be cold at first, variable brightness in the

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East, then we get milder south-westerly is in. This might

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bring... Into February, milder and more unsettled. You can see the

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extent of the cloud feeding up from the continent. Breaks emerging

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across the southern part of Britain. Cardiff are most of us at the

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moment, they could enough for wintry flurries. Frost in places at the

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moment, down 2-3 C. The Sunrise... Extensive hill fog in the Pennines

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in the morning. A few flurries of snow, ice and frost. He's an errors

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will be brighter tomorrow, Stein Gray further west. Always the risk

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of wintry showers. Temperatures recovering through the afternoon, a

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high of three Celsius. It turns wet through Friday evening and Friday

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night, a wet start to Saturday morning, sky is bright in the

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morning, the afternoon dry with sunshine. As we head towards the end

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of January, milder but much more unsettled. That's the forecast.

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Willie hats tomorrow, I think. This is been fun, a girl thing.

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I'll be back the late years, it see you then.

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Bye-bye. Einstein replaced Newton's theory

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of universal gravitation

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