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Welcome to BBC Points West with Alex Lovell and David Garmston.

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Our main story tonight: The Battle to stay in Britain.

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A seriously ill grandmother pleads with Number ten to let her live

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out her life with her family in Bristol.

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My grandmother is one in a lillion kind of grandmother and we `re

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hereto played to be able to love and care for her in her time of need.

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She needs dialysis and her family say she would die,

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Have a heart - an appeal for foster carers to look after the refugee

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children from Calais as the first arrive.

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A river of tears - the launch of the poppy appdal

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And the fastest milk machine in the west -

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the latest way of getting your dairy fresh from the cow.

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Even though a doctor's said she's too ill to fly -

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the Home Office says Irene has to go home.

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I am still on dialysis, that will not stop me. I don't like it but I

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will still do it because I want to be with my family. We would be

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broken if she was to be put on a plane and sent back to South Africa.

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So please Theresa May and the government show compassion `nd allow

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my grandmother to remain in the UK for the last few years of hdr life.

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They brought more than a 100,00 signatures to Number Ten.

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But - it was delivered on the day the NHS was criticised.

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For not meeting a target of recovering ?500 million spent

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The cost of her dialysis is more than ?30,000 a year.

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Tell us why you think you should be able to stay in the UK?

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The family were asked about health costs on the Victoria

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I classify myself as British, have been your long enough and some of my

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have paid to the government and I have paid to the government and I

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have a responsibility to look at -- look after my parents just like

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This Bristol-based consultant helped analyse NHS spending

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The annaul estimate is one half a billion pounds of a total

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It is not a huge number in the context of the whole spending of the

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NHS but that money does spend a lot of research and treatment.

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NHS costs for dialysis weren't part of the Home Office

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Offcials say it was based on immigration rules -

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and the decision was upheld at an independent tribunal.

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Another frail South African grandmother - Mytle Cothill -

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won the right to stay earlier this year.

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Irene Nel will meet with Hole Office officials in Bristol on Thursday.

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James Davies is an immigrathon adviser from the charity

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He joins me now. Thank you for coming on. Do petitions likd this

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cut any ice from Downing Street Good evening. Yes, I think they do.

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The government is responsivd to public opinion. The case th`t I

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dealt with, the Home Office responded to medical evidence that

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was prevented before the petition was presented to Downing Street The

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Home Office is reluctant to send out a message, to set a precedent? They

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do not like presidents and the consequence of that is the content

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to be light on compassion when you're to be more compassionate

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This lady needs dialysis and I understand the cost is around

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?30,000 a year. Can you unddrstand why some taxpayers might thhnk, she

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is not entitled? Of course H can appreciate that. Certainly we are

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all concerned about public spending and the NHS but the issue hd was

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about family. The way the immigration rules are constructed at

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the moment is that it is allost impossible for families to care and

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provide for their elderly rdlatives if they are not British or Duropean

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and that does not seem to bd right. Do you have a legal right in any way

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to be near your appearance `nd care for them? I think you have ` legal

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obligation, sorry not a leg`l obligation but a moral obligation

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rather than a legal right. People will be watching saying that how

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come people who have raped `nd murdered can stay but an elderly

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lady in his family has been told she lady in his family has been told she

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has to go? Yes, certainly. What are your options now if the pethtion

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feels? Is at the end of the road to? I am not closely acquainted with the

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case so that I do not know hf there are other options, if that hs more

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medical information which c`n be provided. I suspect it requhres a

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change of heart on behalf of the politicians. Good to talk to you.

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Thank you very much indeed. A crash in Stroud yesterday

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which killed a 70-year-old cyclist has been referred

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to the Independent Police Complaints Commission,

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because the car involved had failed to stop for officers

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shortly beforehand. Three men arrested on suspicion

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of causing death by dangerots Gloucestershire Police say they re

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waiting to find out whether the IPCC South Gloucestershire has bden rated

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among the worst places An NHS report looking at mortality

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rates, the number of mums who smoke, and the choices available s`ys

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the area's Clinical Commisshoning Group is among 11 in greatest

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need of improvement. The CCG says it's working

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to address the issues raised. It's an issue which affects one

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in five women and one in ten men. But a West Country campaign to get

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more protection for victims of stalking today missed out

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on a hearing in Parliament. The call from Gloucestershire MPs

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Alex Chalk and Richard Grah`m for the maximum prison sentdnce

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to be doubled was prompted A local GP, she was stalked

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for seven years by a former patient. It's very very worrying and anxiety

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inducing and I don't like to Over 100 incidents of him w`lking

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up and down past the surgery, round the surgery,

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parking outside the surgery, watching it for hours every

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day that I was there. Was he trying to get an ide`

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of my timetable so he could I think it is not knowing what's

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going on in their mind. The worst thing is you start

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to imagine the worst. MPs ran out of time today to debate

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those plans for tougher sentences, which were in a bill put forward

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by the Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk Are you disappointed they dhd not

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have time for it today? Yes, I am disappointed. A lot of the time was

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spent on a good cause, the homelessness reduction bill. A bit

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disappointing but it has gone off until the 14th of November `nd we

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just have to keep trying. It is so important, I will not let it rest.

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What kind of will do you fedl is behind it, in terms of the public

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and also Parliament? One affects the other. I have had a huge amount of

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support from across the country for this campaign through

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Facebook. The extraordinary thing is Facebook. The extraordinary thing is

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the breadth of society affected by this issue, not just famous people.

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Parliament tends to reflect that so it is a case of using that `nd

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explaining to ministers this is important and you must act on that.

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There is a huge amount of stpport across Parliament for this `s well,

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we need to translate that into action. How quickly do you think it

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will translate into action? It takes longer and longer to get thhngs

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going? Absolutely, changing the law is not an easy thing, it dods not

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fall into your lap. Ron was not built in a day. I have to kdep

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plugging away at best, keep having conversations with ministers and

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lobbying the Secretary of State I think we will get the but wd just

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have to keep up the fight and it is such an important issue we have to

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change the law. I know you're focusing on cases like Doctor

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ineffectiveness of restrainhng ineffectiveness of restrainhng

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orders, could more be done `t that level as well? I think it is

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important that this happens. The problem with restraining orders is

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they do not tend to work. Whth reluctance, I am seeing you have to

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take people out of circulathon because restraining orders `re not

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that effective for people who are fixated in that we which is why we

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are focusing on giving propdr sentencing powers to the cotrt

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because of some and keeps the teaching restraining orders, the

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judge has to say, to protect the victims you must go inside. Please

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stay in touch with us and ldt us know how things progress.

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You're watching Points West with Alex and David -

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thanks for your company on this Friday evening.

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A whole new meaning to pulling a pint.

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Find out what's so unusual about these bottles of milk.

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And the weekend weather looks quiet, milder than average and effdctively

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drive. Details at the end of the programme.

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Children from the Calais refugee camps in France have begun

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being transferred to the West Country.

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The UK has agreed to take some of the most vulnerable and those

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Around 150 Bristol families have already signed up with one charity

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to foster refugee children , but as Dickon Hooper

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Early morning in Bristol and a group of volunteers

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are on their way to help in the Calais camp known

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Conditions reported to me are really dreadful and

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really down at heel now, wondering

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Well, this: thousands of people were bussed out this week

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the thousand or so unaccomp`nied children who've been living here.

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We have seen great things from the government

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It would be great to hold them to

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account for that and say we have

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promised to welcome some of these

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The second thing is to say we are

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willing to make this capacity in the

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She's one of 150 Bristolians signed up with a charity

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More than 1000 people have signed up across the West Country.

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It's a very big undertaking but with love and care, anything can be

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The council told me they were committed

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to taking Bristol's fair sh`re of unaccompanied children.

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And there are now more than 50 being looked after here.

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But some think this is the wrong focus.

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I personally think we should be focusing our

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efforts on the camps in

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If you emptied the whole calp at Calais, very shortly in ` few

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Goodwill in Bristol though has spilled onto the streets.

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Because the Calais camp may have gone, but the refugees and

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You may remember these picttres from a couple of years ago ,

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hundreds of staff at GCHQ in Cheltenham creating

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an incredible image to launch Gloucestershire's poppy appdal.

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Well, it was such a success that now they're trying to top it.

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This year they've made a waterfall of poppies inside the buildhng.

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Our Gloucestershire reporter, Steve Knibbs, was invited

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In the entrance to the iconhc GCHQ building another iconic

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image of remembrance - the poppy cascade is a symbol

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to the intelligence agency's long links with the military.

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Claire, who's identity we have to protect,

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was one of the staff who helped create it.

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relationship and to mark Remembrance Sunday as well,

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I think is really special for an awful lot of people

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Obviously this is not a norlal job for GCHQ but being a building full

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of mathematicians, they madd it from scratch. They have used somd of the

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latest technology and they `re -D printed. There are some black

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poppies to commemorate the work of minorities in the Armed Forces and

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we also have rainbow poppies to commemorate the service of lembers

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of the LB GT community. It's hoped this new poppy

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creation will be a focus to help the Royal British Ldgion in

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Gloucestershire raise over ?650 000 to continue supporting veterans and

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their families. There are more and more people

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from current conflicts who are suffering from

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physical or themselves back into

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a proper life in society today and

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it is through the goodwill of the public

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and their donations that we

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are able to do this. Launched with the Innsworth military

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wives choir, thousands of extra GCHQ and next month part of the poppy

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cascade will go on public dhsplay A Somerset farmer has found

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a high-tech solution to getting his produce to the public

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- selling milk using People can fill up by the lhtre

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at Josh Hares' farm gate. He joins us now from his

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dairy farm near Wells. It's been very popular so f`r, we've

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only been trading since last Saturday and there has been

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tremendous local support and people have been coming some distance to

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buy milk. What is the benefht of your milk rather than the mhlk at

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the supermarkets? Reproduce it and pasteurise it on site. We do not

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standardise it so it is as fresh as it can be. It has a great flavour

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because we pasteurise it slowly How long has it been out of the code

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before you get it? We start milking in the morning and we pastetrise it

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in the morning and it is on sale by four o'clock so normally a latter of

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hours. I presume you still have the same kind of quality check hf we

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were buying milk the superm`rket? Yes, very much so. We have done

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extensive testing with the help of the Food Standards Agency and the

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council. We run all local tdst. Do you offer any other drinks from your

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machine? At the moment, we have only been going 60s so it is just our

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fresh milk. It is a great product and local support has been great.

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This is a good business ide` for you, we hear to help. Thank you very

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much. Thank you for the pint of milk you give us earlier today. That is

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E. In these Brexit days who knows what it is. That is a litre. By the

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way it is delicious. The West could be celebrating

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a double promotion this weekend with both Yeovil Town ladies

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and Bristol City women hoping to go Alistair Durden is here

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to explain the maths! Two teams will be promoted,

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and three are in contention - Yeovil who are top,

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plus Bristol City and Everton If both our clubs win they'll

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both go up. Bristol City have been in the top

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division before but this wotld be new territory for

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Yeovil Town Ladies. A small club that's making big

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sacrifices to get to the top. Yeovil's players meet twice a week

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for training, travelling Midfielder Danielle Carlton has done

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a four hour commute to be there I love football and where

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we are in the league, Come Sunday we could be

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promoted so all the hours in I have a full-time job

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as well so I have to lose money to be here but I

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would not have it any other way Yeovil's squad is made

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up of 20 players - 11 of them on part-time contracts

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earning between 150 and 650 pounds Another nine get just

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their expenses paid. A housing officer,

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and also an army engineer. How long have I have

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been playing football? Captain Ellie Curson is trahning

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to be a teacher. She can see a day when the women's

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game goes fully professional. You would never see a women's

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football game on the TV when I was growing up whdreas now

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you're guaranteed a match that Women's football is

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steadily growing. There are about 50 girls pl`ying

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I can't see why it shouldn't be at the same level as the men's game.

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Promotion would mean a placd alongside heavyweights like Chelsea

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They have full time professhonal players, and huge budgets clip.

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If you take the current chalpions, currently were operating on a tenth

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That will be hard to compete with if we do get

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promoted but we hope local businesses will get behind ts.

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The vision was always to make this club

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I've seen it come from one lan and his dog, families and friends

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to what we have at Yeovil, 850 people coming through

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the door to watch us play football is a hell

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They're aiming to attract a crowd of over a thousand for the last

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game of the season - which they hope will be a

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Good luck to Yeovil and Bristol city.

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Bristol City women are away to Everton tomorrow -

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That bottom one is first ag`inst second in the National Leagte.

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Finally congratulations to the Somerset Rebels who last

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night regained speedway's Premier League title.

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Their win over Sheffield Tigers means they've done the leagte

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The achievement was marked with fireworks, and a fair bit

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of champagne, before they took the trophy over to their supporters

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We missed out last year by two points and we had to make it up

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today. We had a bit of an inexperienced team this year but it

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has worked well. That is so much work that goes on behind thd scenes.

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It just sends goose bumps through your system, definitely.

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It just sends goose bumps through your system, definitely

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Not all the celebrations went quite to plan - watch this.

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There we go, it is a dangerous sports. He was all right. What about

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the champagne? They could h`ve had milk.

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50 years ago today, a nightclub opened which would bring sole

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of the biggest names in music to Bristol.

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Not only did the Bamboo Club in St Paul's help unite

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people in the city - it went down in music folklore.

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Lee Madan has been looking at what the venue meant

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In 1960s Bristol black people complained about the way

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they were treated in pubs and clubs in the city.

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You walk in there no one would talk to you - they look

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at you strange so you didn't bother to go.

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service, their change was almost chucked on the counter just put it

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down and walk away like you're not there and basically you'd go home

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stressed out why are people being so nasty to us.

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So Tony Bullimore - who later became famous

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as a yachtsman - and his wife Lalal -

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As a mixed race couple in the 1 60s they experienced abuse first hand.

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They wanted a venue where anyone would feel welcome.

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The club is actually a West Indian club but it's not solely

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for West Indians, the club htself is for anyone who wants to tse it

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- we've got people from all over the world signing on as members

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But after being open for just 1 years the club caught fire hn 1 77 -

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a week before the Sex Pistols were due to play .

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I just watched it burns, it was terrible.

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But for some the legacy it left behind can still be felt today.

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I think the club played a m`jor part in helping to even out

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racism and make Bristol a mtch better place for everyone to live

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I think it helped break the barrier down between bl`ck

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This week hundreds turned ott to remember the club

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Back in the day there were lots of musicians in Bristol. It is a place

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we want to showcase ourselvds. It is part of the fabric of Bristol

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history because the bamboo club was the place and I don't think it will

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with a huge history still remembered today.

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And you can hear a document`ry about the Bamboo Club

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on BBC Radio Bristol tonight at seven o'clock -

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Time now for the weather, the dark nights are coming. That is the big

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light on the roofs in the form of our weather presenter. Hdllo

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everyone. This is going to be a weekend which

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is quite a quiet affair. It is generally quite dull outlook. The

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cloud cover will be quite extensive. Some areas will cede brightness

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around, a better chance on Sunday. Barring some drizzle, it will be a

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dry weekend for the vast majority. Light winds and temperatures above

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average for the time of year. There could be some fog and a lot of that

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will be across cross buns r`ther than a global level. The clocks go

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back on Sunday. Just a little remainder. Let's take a widdr look

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over the next couple of days. Hydration dominates the pattern as

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it has done over the latter stages of the week. -- high pressure. This

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keeps temperatures up. The cloud cover will be a dominant part of the

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forecast but later into Sunday, signs of that getting whittled away

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south-east. For the rest of this south-east. For the rest of this

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evening and tonight, a lot of cloud around. There could be one or two

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breaks and this could mean cloud at low -- fog and low level. Upland fog

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courtesy of the low cloud. Ht will be a case of temperatures are

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unlikely to drop below double figures. Many areas will relain

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around ten or 12 Celsius. Tomorrow, some areas might get brightdr,

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perhaps in coastal parts of West Somerset but generally therd will be

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a lot of cloud. Some drizzld might appear, over high ground

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predominately. Most areas whll be dry. The winners will be light and

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temperatures should reach the mid-teens, 14 Celsius will be

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typical. An identical story into Sunday. Perhaps a better ch`nce of

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same. Nothing will spoil our same. Nothing will spoil our

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sporting or Halloween events. Still the same for next week. Things will

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cool down for the first few days of November. Have a great weekdnd.

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Please do have a lovely weekend That's it from us. We have `n

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amazing image of a Donald Trump lookalike on Sunday politics this

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weekend. Do join me It took us once to get through

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the novel Anna Karenina. It was used to help my friend

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with depression, and finishing as we went

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to sleep at night. tapping each letter through the wall

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that divided our cells as we served life sentences

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in solitary confinement. We promise to encourage

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others to dream big Why do you want to go to

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Great Britain?

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