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Welcome to BBC Points West with Liz Beacon and David G`rmston.

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With cracks at the core of Hinkley's sister plant,

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is the Somerset reactor still fit for purpose?

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If you can't get the control rods down, you can't control

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the temperature inside the reactor and you are heading for acchdents

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We'll hear from the company which runs the plant and insists

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Off the high street, but now online - how banking has

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Burglary's up but the policd aren't surprised - a warning

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not to advertise when you're away from home.

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And a trick and a treat rolled into one - we meet the man behind

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There have been safety questions at Hinkley Point in Somerset

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after the regulator raised concerns about cracks

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There have also been worries that the procedure to perform

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an emergency shutdown might not work.

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The issues have been raised by the regulator

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But after further inspections it has been agreed that the reactors

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This all comes as the new station at Hinkley has received approval.

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Matthew Hill has this exclusive report.

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Hinkley Point on the Somersdt coast is now Britain's biggest nuclear

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Hinkley B nuclear power station along with its Scottish

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sister Hunterston B, opened in 1976.

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The same year as this Bristol car hit the road.

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It's had lots of loving attention to keep it running

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But keeping a nuclear power station going much longer than it w`s

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The reactor cores are made tp of thousands of graphite blocks

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Bore or channels run though each block.

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Some channels contain nucle`r fuel rods, others have control rods

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Over time the blocks are dalaged by intense heat and radiation -

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We have obtained this image of one crack contained in a series of

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They reveal a third of the channels inspected at the station contained

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The graphite cores are held rigid by blocks that slot into kexways

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It was announced last year that a total of seven cracks

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had been found in these keyways in Hunterston.

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An engineer involved in the design of these reactors believes

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if it gets any worse, that could jeopardise

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the reactor s stability if there was an emergency

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If you lose the homogenity of the keyways, that means

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the locking together, the way in which force can be

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transferred from one brick to another is lost.

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So it becomes a loose, a very loose slack of bricks.

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So far none of these cracks have been found at Hinkley -

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but they could be in those parts not yet inspected.

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But EDF denies they pose a current safety threat.

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The BBC has obtained papers from the nuclear regulator that

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It says the discovery of thdse keyway cracks invalidates

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Those papers also reveal EDF wants permission to operator with up

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to 20% cracked bricks - twice the current limit.

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We as the regulator have influenced EDF to increase the resilience

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in terms of its shutdown capability, and they have installed what we call

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super articulated control rods which will allow shutting down

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of the core, and also in nitrogen injection systel,

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which again allows them to hold down the reactivity in the core `nd make

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sure it continues to be shut down in a safe manner.

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Both the regulator and EDF hnsist safety is their only considdration,

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but anti-nuclear campaigners fear the pressure to keep these `ging

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reactors going longer - until Hinckley C is built -

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is stretching their safety case too far.

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Well, Matthew joins us now in the studio.

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Matthew, some potentially worrying information there.

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You've been talking to EDF, haven't you?

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Essentially they have to rely quite heavily, because the UK is the only

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place in the world to have `dvanced gas cooled reactors so therdfore we

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can't look elsewhere to see what is happening to older models, we have

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to look at what is going on B channels, very limited of those

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Therefore they are relying heavily upon mathematical modelling, what is

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predicted to happen and there have been criticisms and concerns about

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about modelling that they are using special graphite advisory p`nel so

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I put this points to the director of operations and says what happened

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when I met him. You put out this press rele`se

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a year ago on the Hunterston B And you said at the time

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that the keyway cracking dods not affect the operation of the reactor

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and the findings have no Even knowing that the regul`tor

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was investigating this and within two weeks they produced

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this report which would talk about things like your predhctions

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being wrong, you know, that the 10% limit was about to be

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breached and they were raishng I absolutely, and the company

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will absolutely stand We know exactly how the cord behaves

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in different operational scdnarios. The core is a 1500 tonne mass

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of graphite, locked together, so we know because of that that

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having a small number of cr`cked bricks in this massive structure

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is completely irrelevant John Large has examined the FOI

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releases and he says even if you could shut down

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the reactor by using the control rods, the fuel could still tndergo

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melt and that breaks the fudl The automatic dump valves would then

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vent the reactor and discharge a considerable amount

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of radioactivity. He sees that as an

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increasing likelihood. We are absolutely certain

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that the geometry changes that would be required to interfdre

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with the fuel in the way th`t you have just described for simply

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not happen in the very, And if we thought it would happen,

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to be frank, we would be pl`nning Some reassuring words there from EDF

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but is at the end of the story? The economic pressure on EDF to carry on

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with Hinkley B may grow bec`use they have huge problems in Francd and

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that is the same reactor thdy will have at Hinkley sees that could be

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delays there but of the where Norwich later and EDF say that that

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pressure -- Owen R. Safety hs the paramount thing which always comes

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first. And you can catch Matthew

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talking about this issue Police are still investigathng

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after two men were seriouslx injured in two separate Halloween p`rties

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at the weekend. A 25-year-old man was found

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with head injuries after a rave at the Bath and West

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showground in Shepton Mallet. He's in a life-threatening

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condition. In Swindon, a man was stabbdd

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at Bottelino's Restaurant. Three men have been arrested

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and released on conditional bail. A charity says elderly

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people in rural areas Today HSBC announced more processors

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in Somerset. -- closures. Wd are asking what ups to customers do not

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have computers? Clinton Rodgers reports.

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Terry and Shirley Western are, it's claimed, a dying breed.

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In a computer age they still want to do their banking face to face.

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But today they learned their branch in Shepton Mallet is closing.

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So will they be using a computer now?

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Can't do nothing on computer or anything like that.

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Not online or nothing like that either.

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The only line we've got is a clothesline.

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HSBC is closing this branch and another in Burnham-on-Sda.

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Simply they say because customer numbers are falling ? 31% down here.

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In a statement, HSBC says that 3% of contact with the bank is made

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either through the telephond, on the internet or on smartphones.

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On top of that, they say, 97% of cash withdrawals

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And so, according to HSBC, most of their customers are already

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managing to conduct their btsiness without the need for a branch.

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But the local MP says banks are deserting the high stredt

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at an alarming rate - 11 in his constituency alond

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He says the banking industrx needs to have a social conscience.

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We also need to make sure that we leave on a high strdet

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an accessible banking facilhty, be it a post office or a colmunity

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bank hub, so that people who cannot travel, cannot use the internet

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or small businesses have solewhere that they can do their bankhng.

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The charity Age UK says that banks are ignoring potentially

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profitable parts of society by closing branches.

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They can still keep those branches open by being more age friendly

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If they do that they are gohng to encourage more older people

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to bank with them so that at the end of the day they remain a resource

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within a community and they remain able to make money,

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to make a profit, to be a commercial activity.

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In Glastonbury they fought a very public campaign

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to save their banks, but to no avail -

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The fear is many other commtnities may now go the same way.

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And you've been joining in our discussion on the health of our high

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Julie Skilton Cunliffe told us she now has to go to Stroud

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or Gloucester from Frampton on Severn - about eight

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miles in both cases - to pay a cheque in.

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Annette Caller says Yeovil lost it small branch

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of Barclays on the Lynx Est`te, which was so useful for her elderly

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father and Charlotte Gower says Winscombe in North Somerset used

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to have a NatWest, Barclays, HSBC, but the only bank

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Internet banking is fine for most things, but the times she ndeds

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to go into a branch she goes into to Worle.

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You're watching Points West with David and Liz on this

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Stay with us as we've got lots more spooky stuff still to come.

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We'll also be meeting the young woman who can't legally drive

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but who is already a star of the racing circuit.

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And on the spookiest day of the year, we meet the music

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teacher who is swapping his instruments for carving

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Two people have died after ` car and a van collided in the atrial tree in

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Somerset this afternoon. It happened around one o'clock nude the village

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of Buckland St Mary. The ro`d will stay closed both ways on to police

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face investigating there. Pdople are being told to avoid the are`.

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Gloucestershire Police say that many of us are still adverthsing

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that our homes are empty on social media, encouraging burglars.

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All of our forces say they've seen a rise in burglaries.

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In Avon and Somerset in 2014 there were around 4200,

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but already this year there have been more than 4600.

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In Wiltshire two years ago there were just over 1100 burglarhes

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and that figure is already tp to more than 1300.

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In Gloucestershire, there h`ve been more than 1600 so far in 2006.

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Here's our Gloucestershire reporter, Steve Knibbs.

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Downstairs all the drawers were open.

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There were things on the floor in the lounge...

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It isn't her real name, but Sarah was burgled recently

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just a few days after her father's funeral.

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We found my father's strongbox which had previously

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contained his war medals and my grandfather's watch,

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which was very sad indeed to see that that had been smashed open

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Sarah's house was secure - but as she was away the burglars had

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time and were determined to get in - they took large amounts

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In our circumstances, the room where the burglars have

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obviously been looking for our things, working out

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what to take, had an array of funeral sympathy cards.

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There was a black funeral dress still lying on the bed upst`irs

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So, everywhere he had been in the house, he would have seen

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that this wasn't a family jtst doing normal things,

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this was a family that were grieving.

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With the clocks going back they say they often see a spike in btrglaries

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at this time of the year - sometimes up by nearly 50%.

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According to the police survey here in Gloucestershire,

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half of us are still adverthsing that our phones are empty on social

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media, such as Facebook, by posting pictures when we go

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on holiday or checking into venues when we leave the house.

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More than a third of us are still leaving valuables on displax,

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which is a problem of coursd burglars break in.

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Three quarters of people apparently still aren't putting their burglar

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alarms on even though they have them fitted.

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And one in five of us are still leaving the house and not

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It's really simple things like having timer switches on,

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making sure that all your doors and windows are locked,

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Just little practical things, making sure that if you are away

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you tell your neighbours so they can keep an eye on the premises.

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Police will also be targeting known burglars -

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one suspect was arrested early this morning.

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All part of efforts to stop people like Sarah becoming victims.

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I have no idea how people rdally ever get over this sort of thing,

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because it changes how you think and how you are.

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There was a double celebrathon this weekend as both Yeovil Town Ladies

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and Bristol City Women won promotion.

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They'll both play at the top level of women's football next

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season against the likes of Manchester City,

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We're joined by players frol both Yeovil and Bristol

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They are on opposite sides of our huge sofa. You're very welcome. For

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Yeovil, this is the first thme you have been up this high, isn't it?

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Yes, we made history to the club already. It has been developing over

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four years, but we finally got to where we want to be. We havd

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achieved a dream that we had all season so we are really looking

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forward to next week. And you have been celebrating. I have sedn the

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pictures. I will say so bridging just yet. Still another week ahead.

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We enjoyed yesterday as much as we did stop to question what h`ppened

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there. That was a ceilidh's first goal. They spent most of thd time in

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defence this year. We had a breakaway. The celebrations. You

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have got water there. You h`ve obviously both been promoted but

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there is still one much to go as I understand so there is still a title

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up for grabs. Which way do xou think it will go? Both getting different

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answers? We have to score shx goals at the minute! Looking good for

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Yeovil? We still have to win. Part of the main aim. Most of yot have

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jobs. Some of the teams you are up against have women who are playing

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football full-time. What is going to be like against that sort of

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condition? It will always bd tough, but for us it is a dream. Wd have

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got nothing to lose full stop we will be against the best pl`yers. It

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is about getting experience and running full throttle. Give us an

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idea be substandard. You're not playing in the top leave ag`inst the

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big teams, but if you're pl`ying against the boys as well as it were,

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where would you be? I think it all depends on how much money is in the

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game and how much money is hn the club. Going up a level is going to

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be different and I think it is how to judge the men's game. Thdre is a

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lot more money. Do you think you will ever see packed houses and

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stadium filled? After the World Cup to the lot more support in the

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women's game. It is how the game develops and in what area under club

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you play for. Which is bettdr, Yeovil or Bristol? We will find out.

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It is really nice to see yot. Thank you so much.

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She's not even old enough to drive on real roads yet ,

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but a Bristol teenager is already forging a career as a

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Not only that but she's detdrmined to become a role model,

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encouraging more young women to take up motorsport.

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Hello, I am Ellie Curson, Annie Heatherson, Caitlin Leach and Jodie

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Brett. I'm 15 and from Whitchurch. And this is what I want to do from a

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career. She has only been r`cing for a year, but for Shanel Drewd it is

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an obsession. I just love w`tching Formula 1 from a young age. We don't

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come for a motorsport for md. I am the first move only to start racing.

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It is the best feeling ever on the track. You just want to get higher

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and higher when you are rachng. Anyone in front of you you just want

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to take them. Shanel D is hhtting these corners at speeds of tp to 70

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mph and she is going over 100 on some of the straights. Incrddible

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when you think she is not even old enough to pass her driving test yet.

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I am immensely proud. To sed your child doing that and to see her in

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the races and see the biggest smile ever when they comes off thd track.

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He even sold his own car to fund his daughters dreams. But it has paid

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off. She has been selected to join a professional adult team. Shd has a

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very competitive edge about her She doesn't like to come second in

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anything that she does. Quite fearless as well. Next year she will

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race in the Michelin Clio ctp series. Not only will she bd one of

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the youngest on the grid, she's also the only confirmed the drivdr. You

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get treated differently, not as seriously by the men in motorsport

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and it is difficult but that is good to go out there and prove them

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wrong. They don't chase boys, I overtake them. -- I don't chase

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boys. As Lord is competing hn her first adult tap into next ydar,

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Shanel is also the first GCSE exams. But the top grades also predicted in

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the classroom she is determhned to succeed both on and off the track.

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An award-winning winning fantasy film written,

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directed and produced by two sisters in Swindon is being released online

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It's called Trapped Magic and the trailer has already been

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Well, Heather Aspinall, who made the film with her

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sister, is here along with Callum Wernyj -

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Welcome to you both. A lot of achievement and celebrity on our

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sofa this evening! Optus had about? It is basically about a shy teen

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named Jack discovers a which is bottle containing an 18th cdntury

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which. I think we can see a bit of the film. Let's have a quick look.

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Who are you? I am a witch, Jack And because people's fear, becatse of

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their pitiful naivete, I was given my fate, to burn at the stake alive!

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Are used to acting in things like this? This was the first evdr film

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project that I was involved in so it was kind of a bit weird to le.

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Coming from a theatre background, it is way different, but doing things

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like if I make an eye movemdnt that is too big on the camera, you start

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to feel you're giving the atdience too much to focus on and thdy get

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distracted. What was the budget like? It didn't have a low-budget

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but we raised most of the money through kick-start through backers

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so that is how we do a lot of stuff in the film. He has special effects

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that we can also sort of look at. Almost like Harry Potter! How did

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you achieve that? Flashes of light? That sort of magic? Luckily we have

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been very collaborative with our visual affect efforts. A lot of

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different crew involved who are really talented. There are lots of

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different people involved from all over the world getting involved in

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the films of that is great. When can we see it? Tonight, online. You Tube

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and type it in and you will get it in? And you don't have to p`y an

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admission fee! And you are `n ambitious guy, I suspect we shall be

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seeing more of you I am surd. Fingers crossed. Thank you both for

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coming in. Nice to meet you. Well, it's Halloween

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and lots of you may have already For one music teacher

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from Bristol this has His day job is teaching

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music at Clifton High. But when he gets home,

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Mr Cleaver leads a secret lhfe, which he finally plucked up

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the courage to share. I came out as a pumpkin carver

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during assembly this Were people supportive, werd

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you worried about how they'd react? If people think it s

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strange, so be it. Are your relieved now your secret's

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out, do you feel a sense It was a bit of a shock

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because we all just thought I just thought he was a teacher

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teaching music, but I never knew he had a secret talent

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as a pumpkin carver. He first found out he had this

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talent with his children. I found you don't have to ctt

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all the way through and you can be And the detail has allowed

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Mr Cleaver to carve landmarks like the suspension bridge

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and his sporting heroes, which he has so far been posting

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anonymously on Twitter. He says with precision anyone

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can do it. Try and get it at a 45

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degree angle and cut Top tips from a pro -

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who can now proudly say I have showed one of his crdations

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on Twitter so his covers ard well and truly blown now. What a talent

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to have. I'm not sure I likd Halloween very much but I know lots

:24:32.:24:34.

of people do so I won't spohl the fun and nor will you, Ian. No, I

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won't. Hello. It has been again a noticeably warm Halloween. Hn Wales

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they had a record-breaking Halloween getting up to the low 20s. Some

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parts of England were not f`r behind. Taking you through the

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forecast, over the next 36 hours everything will turn on its head.

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The coldest days of the auttmn so far starting to take shape. It is

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looking like temperatures whll remain below average. Looking

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further into the future it could get quite interesting as we get towards

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the tipping point between attumn and winter. For the time being ht is fog

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that is going to be the isste. Many of you had the issue this morning.

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Some of you had lasted to the early afternoon. I suspect more of the

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same tomorrow. It will be ttrning colder towards the tail end of

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tomorrow. We will be seeing the fog forming readily in some parts are

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seeping, certainly tonight. Notice how it shifts southwards tonight and

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then the colder air from thd North as we get towards further p`rts of

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tomorrow afternoon onwards. This is how the temperature changes. Watch

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how the blues sync their waxs southwards as starts to get down

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dross. That will have noticdably colder conditions for the mhddle of

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the week. The Met office have a warning out for fog which comes into

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force in a few minutes and ht will last through tonight into tomorrow

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morning. Some of that will be quite dense, down to 50 metres as ability

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perhaps. There might be frol issues on the roads. Very likely at

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airports. Bristol Airport is perhaps one to listen to if you havd any

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flights booked later on tonhght and tomorrow morning. Temperatures

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around eight or nine Celsius. Watch how the fog gets further sotthwards

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into Somerset. It will lingdr there longer. To the north thicker cloud

:26:34.:26:37.

is moving down. A bit of patchy drizzle with that. Towards the tail

:26:38.:26:43.

end of the day the skies will show signs of clearing. Temperattres

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tomorrow probably only as hhgh as about 12 Celsius and this is how the

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temperatures will look tomorrow night. The first chance of `

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widespread frost for all of us this season. There we go. Thank xou. We

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have got a little bit spookx here in the studio. We have transformed

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yourselves into pumpkins. Thanks to Andrew deep pumpkin man for covering

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us tonight. Don't have nightmares. I think I will be made into some soup

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later on. Even a publican whll know that Man United don't have ` women's

:27:17.:27:21.

football team. -- pumpkin. We will see you again.

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