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

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Our main story tonight - the spy who didn't love her.

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This woman was conned out of almost ?1 million by a man who claimed

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The man that I had fallen in love with -

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who was a very noble, honourable person -

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of course, was just a creation of Mark Acklom.

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The person I fell in love with never existed.

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Making the Dam Buster Johnny Johnson a Knight -

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Carol Vorderman joins us to explain why she's joined the

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a Carol Vorderman joins us to explain why she's joined

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My New Year's resolution is to survive - a woman with cancer

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campaigns for a ?90,000 a year drug for all who need it.

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And throw one up soldier - the scrap metal fighter constructed

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in honour of the heroes of World War I.

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He told her he was a millionaire Swiss banker.

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He also told her he was an intelligence agent working

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for MI6, before he disappeared saying he'd been injured in Syria.

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Carolyn Woods from Gloucestershire says she can't believe that the man

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who conned her out of nearly ?1 million still

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Mark Acklom is believed to be on the run in Spain

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and is being described as one of Britain's Most Wanted.

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Carolyn Woods believed Mark Acklom loved her.

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But the relationship was a confidence trick -

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I think unfortunately I had sort of fallen under a spell.

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It was as though I was mesmerised, to an extent.

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My daughters felt I had been brainwashed, I wasn't

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behaving quite normally, it was as though he had

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This is the day they met - footage taken at the shop

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But, amazingly, these are the only pictures of them together.

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Mark Acklom spun her a web of extraordinary lies -

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saying his role in the secret service meant he couldn't be

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Initially, when I met him, to told me that he was a Swiss banker.

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Then, subsequently, before I moved in with him,

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he confided in me that he actually worked for MI6, and this

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gave him carte blanche to appear at any time

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absent for very long periods without having to explain anything.

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Having won her trust, he demanded money.

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At that time I believed Mark was in a military hospital

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in Athens, having been wounded in action in Syria.

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Or working undercover in Syria, I should say.

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So I didn't know when I was going to see him again.

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Mark and Carolyn lived in this impressive house in Bath

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Mark told Carolyn he owned it, to persuade her of his

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And, according to several people I've spoken to,

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that kind of elaborate lie is typical of him.

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Mark Acklom commissioned more than ?50,000 worth

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of work from these web developers in Bristol.

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In terms of the lies he tells, he can tell them so well

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If an ordinary person tries to tell a lie,

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It's an awkward thing for a normal person to tell a lie,

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even if they're quite good at it or they're devious.

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Whereas a sociopath, there is no problem with

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lying whatsoever and, in fact, manipulating people is just fun.

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Mark Acklom is believed to have been on the run in Spain

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He's one of the UK's most wanted fugitives.

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But Avon and Somerset Police have never sent officers there,

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instead relying on Spanish police to hunt for him.

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in anything. They do not seem to have any communication with the

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Spanish police. I don't get the impression that anything is followed

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through all that they even tried to find out.

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but they say they're "working with the National Crime Agency

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and the Spanish authorities, in order to locate and arrest him

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And they add they've been "successful in obtaining

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a European Arrest Warrant for Acklom, who is believed

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But for now he remains at large while Carolyn

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continues her own hunt for him, and for her money.

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Two men have appeared in court charged with the murder

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of a 31-year-old man whose body was found on Christmas Eve.

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Mohammed Abdurezek had been stabbed several times.

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His body was found by the side of a road in Syston.

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22-year-old Abdiwahab Mohamed Sheik Abdulahee

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and 42-year-old Karl Cullen - both of no fixed address -

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will next appear at Bristol Crown Court on Monday.

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A man's pleaded guilty to arson and criminal damage,

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after a fire at a Wiltshire Primary School.

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Two classrooms at The Avenue in Warminster were completely

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Edward Beavis, who's 34, will be sentenced at a later date.

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A terminally ill mum from Portishead - who says her New Year's resolution

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is to live through 2017 - is calling for a life-extending

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drug to continue to be available on the NHS.

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Heidi Loughlin, has breast cancer and says she's reliant on the drug

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But the body that decides which drugs the NHS will

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pay for says the price is currently too high.

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Heidi has been speaking to our Social Affairs

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The most precious of moments - Heidi with her four-year-old son Noah.

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Made possible by the breast cancer drug Kadcyla -

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without it Heidi says she'd already be in a hospice.

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I absolutely think it's keeping me alive I can see it visibly on me.

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When I looked in September, I could see it moving and growing and as

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soon as I started taking the drug it has gone. That would not have

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happened without taking the drug. When they gave it to you and said

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this is going to cost ?9,000, what you think? It's really expensive but

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you can't put a price on someone's life. I have a two-year-old and a

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four-year-old and every year or even month it buys me.... It allegedly

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puts is nine months extra on someone's life. Nine months is

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massive to two small children. Everyday I am here is vitally

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important to them. You cannot a price on that. The price of this

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drug is claimed to be too high in relation to the benefits it brings.

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As a doctor you want the best for As a doctor you want the best for

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your individual patients. But for the NHS as a whole, we have to buy

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the most for the most people. If we buy expensive drugs for cancer we

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have less per heart disease and lung disease. It's very difficult, and it

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has found Heidi's drug at the moment to be potentially not a foldable. It

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is asked a period of appraisal to see if we can make it more

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cost-effective. But if they can't, it is likely that women in Heidi's

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shoes will not have the same choice. She has no idea how long she has

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left. But for this year, she is concentrating on living. Everyone is

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talking about their New Year 's resolutions. Lose a bit of weight,

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learn to speak a language. Mine is so simple, don't die. That is it for

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me. The row about the failure

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of the New Year's Honours List to recognise one of the Second

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World War's great heroes Johnny Johnson, who lives

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in Bristol, is the last surviving British Dambuster -

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part of a bombing crew which destroyed some of Germany's

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strategically important dams. He'd been nominated

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for a knighthood, but wasn't recognised despite his

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ongoing charity work. Now his case has been taken up

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by the TV presenter Carol Vorderman, who's not only started a petition,

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but is also preparing She joins us now from

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Gloucestershire airport, Thank you for joining us. You have

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met Johnny haven't you? Yes. I met him last summer because I am the

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ambassador for Air Cadets. Tahiti to see him working with those young

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people was amazing and he is such a supporter of young people. He works

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tirelessly to inspire the young and after the war he was a teacher, he

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was a councillor. He has raised lots of money for various charities. The

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man is not only a legend but he is an absolute gentleman, the most

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charming person you could come across, and modest. He is fantastic

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and I cannot believe he was snubbed in the New Year 's Honours list. It

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is disgraceful. When did you launch the petition? I launched it 36 hours

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ago. It is an change. Awk. It is going to go along with an official

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nomination I am putting together now, with lots of formal letters of

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support, to make it as strong as possible, for an award, hopefully a

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knighthood, this summer. Do you know what the current total is on the

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petition? No. Do you want me to tell you? It is currently, just topped

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110 in 36 hours. 110,000. 110,000 people? I know you want to get a

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130,000. As many as possible because it shows the respect we all have the

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Johnny. And I know he has also said if it were to happen he would accept

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it on behalf of not only the dambusters squadron but on behalf of

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all of Bomber Command. That is very important because in Bomber Command,

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so many young men lost their lives. There was more of a chance of

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surviving the Battle of the Somme and of surviving Bomber Command.

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They were all volunteers. And disgracefully it took a number of

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people, I was one of that number, to make a big fuss, to raise a lot of

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money, for a memorial to be unveiled in 2012. These men still haven't

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received medals for being part of Bomber Command. It's disgraceful.

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Whatever the controversy at the end of the war, they were young men and

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they deserve to be recognised, as Johnny would tell you. And a lot of

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people same feel the same as you. Thank you so much for joining us.

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Vote for Johnny! Thank you for joining us

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this Thursday evening. It is 12th night tomorrow so our

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tree is about to come down. We visit the Bristol Primary

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school which is now one And is this the most relaxed

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pantomime performance Find out why, later

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in the programme. Experts are urging poultry owners

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to keep their birds under cover to stop an outbreak

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of avian influenza. If it's found in a domestic flock

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then it could lead to thousands It means nervous times for poultry

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farmers here in the Westcountry. But as Andrew Plant reports,

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the rules apply to so-called backyard farmers too -

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people who may only keep Wild birds flying in from

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the continent, but their droppings can contain avian influenza,

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H5N8 - a strain so far But infected birds die off

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and outbreaks in domestic flocks can Now it is culling

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thousands of birds. Chickens that lay eggs, obviously,

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for the free range egg market. Poultry producers here

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are watching very closely. Martin Ford has more

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than 20,000 chickens. You would have 4000 birds

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in here, is that right? An outbreak would be so serious it

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could mean the end of his business. All the birds would be taken

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off-site - killed first, on site. Then you have a very,

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very rigorous clean down procedure. That can take weeks if not months,

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and can cost tens if not hundreds A farm in Lincolnshire

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with a confirmed case in a turkey. A three kilometre exclusion

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zone now in place. Only vets and other

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professionals allowed inside. Now all poultry keepers are under

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what is called a housing order, meaning birds

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must be kept inside, away from the droppings

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ofthe wild birds overhead. And that's everyone,

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says the Government, We do encourage everybody, no matter

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how big or small their holding is, to actually look carefully

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at the advice and to H5N8 has spread across Europe

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from its origins in Asia. Four birds at Slimbridge tested

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positive recently, possibly brought In wild birds it's more

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or less business as Birds do die at this

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time of year anyway. But for people who

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are bird and owners, farmers, poultry smallholders, it

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could be very serious indeed if it So, harmless to humans,

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deadly to birds, and devastating if it's

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found on a farm. The latest bird flu outbreak

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is being watched very closely, and everyone urged to keep their flocks

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away from wild birds. It's been revealed today

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that the husband of a woman who died in a house fire in Swindon

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in November has also since died. Blaise Alvares had been

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in a critical condition in hospital since the fire,

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which claimed the life Today in a statement,

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their families thanked the staff who have cared for him,

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and have asked people to pray for their 17-month old daughter

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who is still recovering There have been long queues

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near the M4 in Swindon all day A 100 metre cordon was put in place

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around the junction for West Swindon after contractors hit

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the pipe this morning. Junction 16 was closed to traffic

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coming on or off the motorway The emergency services were called

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to a gas leak here at junction 16 of the M4 motorway. That is the

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junction for Swindon and royal Wootton Bassett. Police and fire

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crews quickly established a 100 metre cordon around the area by

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closing the surrounding roads and the roundabout and the slip roads

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onto the motorway in both directions. The motorway itself

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remained open throughout the day. This junction is currently being

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improved. There roadworks going on to widen the slip roads and to alter

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the roundabout. It was the contractors working on those road

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improvements that breached the gas main and caused the emergency. The

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road within the last hour or so has just reopened. That gas leak has

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clearly been repaired. Around five and a half thousand vehicles per

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hour use this junction at peak times. They all had to find

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alternative routes. It has been a huge headaches throughout the day

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for the people of Swindon and the surrounding area.

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A primary school in one of the most deprived areas of Bristol is now

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among the most successful in the whole country,

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after an excellent set of exams results.

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Ilminster Avenue, in Knowle West, has failed Ofsted inspections

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Most of the children at the school receive free school meals,

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meaning the school is paid more than one thousand pounds per pupil.

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Andy Howard went to find out how that money helps,

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Hi, I'm Rebecca. And I'm Archie. We live here and we would like to show

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you around our school. This is our classroom. We are learning about

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crime and punishment. Some people might say that a school in Knowle

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West might not be very good. What you think? If they don't live round

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here then they don't know what we can do. But we are a good school. It

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gives you more in what you do. This is Mr Lucas's office. We work just

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as hard on enjoyment and engagement as we do on getting reading writing

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and maths to the correct standard. We make sure children do lots of

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sport, they all learn in is a good instrument. The trips they go on.

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You need money to do it. And you need more in certain areas of the

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city then you will in others. You talk about children coming into

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school and being 18 months behind in terms of development, and last year

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on average if you looked at children here and where they ended their

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experience with us, they ended up about 18 months ahead. In seven

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years you've made ten years progress. We think our school is

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great. We have the numbers to prove it. Thank you. Eight out of ten

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children here get free school meals. It is often why the area is called

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deprived. But 84% of them have passed their stats in the three RS.

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That puts the school in the top 4% of the country. Better than that,

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the progress a child makes here puts a woman stepped Avenue in the top 40

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schools in the UK. We have to go back to class now. This is

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Rebecca... And Archie. Reporting for BBC points West.

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That is how all correspondence should finish. Congratulations to

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all the staff, pupils, parents involved in that great success

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story. Triple Olympic Rowing Champion Pete

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Reed has decided he's going to try for a fourth Gold medal

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in Tokyo in 2020. The 35-year-old, who's

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from Nailsworth in Gloucestershire, took time out following his success

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in Rio last summer to consider his You can hear more from Pete

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on tomorrow's on Points West. Our sports editor Alistair Durden

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has been to meet him An 18 foot high soldier has been

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turning heads in Dorset. He's made entirely from scrap metal

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and has been welded together in honour of the men who served

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in the First World War. He is a monument to bravery,

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but also recycling. At the Dorset forge

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where he was created. They pieced together pretty much

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everything they could find, from car parts to spanners,

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from chains to garden forks. Only when you stand next to the

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sculptured you get a true sense of its scale. It towers above me to 5.8

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metres. It weighs one and a half tonnes. It took three and a half

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months to build. It's

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called The Haunting. It's been made for a local man wants

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to remain anonymous. It's a commission for a local author

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who came to us and asked if we could build the ghostly figure of a First

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World War soldier. So this is what we've ended up with and I think it

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fits the bill spot on. It is going to be featured in a book. At the

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moment that is as much as I can say. Well, as it stands proudly

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waiting for delivery, the sculpture is certainly

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attracting admiring I think it's just incredible. The

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more you look at it you see so many little bits that you missed and it

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is absolutely wonderful tribute. I think it is beautiful.

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Though younger admirers aren't really sure who he is.

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What do you call him? The BFG. I think he might be.

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Well, he is a giant - and friendly well I guess that would

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The Haunting will eventually go on public show -

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but where and when that will be, for now, remains a mystery.

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A version of Jack and the Beanstalk was performed today for audiences

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who find a conventional show difficult to sit through.

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Some changes were made but none of the magic of panto was lost.

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Steve Knibbs, was at the Everyman in Cheltenham.

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Curtain up on a very special performance

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Everything was as you'd expect - the songs, the dancing,

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the dame and Tweedy the clown's usual silliness.

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Sorry about that - but there were more subtle changes.

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This relaxed performance was for those with maybe autism,

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We make sure the sound is adapted. The light is left on but lowered. A

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lot of people get anxious if it is too dark. This relaxed performance

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was the people with maybe autism, Pyrotechnics and loud noises

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were cut and there was a chill out zone in the foyer so audiences go

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out when they wanted. And inside they could be as fidgety

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and noisy as they liked. it's awful going to see something

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and being told to sit still be quiet. If they want to shout out

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they can, it's lovely. Jimmy, is autistic,

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and his best mate Charlie, has global speech delay,

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and they loved it. Did you shout out a lot? Yes. What

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did you shout? We said blue at the bad guy.

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explain the story and show what was coming up next.

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The whole experience taking the pressure off all invovled.

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So everyone is happy, we're not disturbing everybody. That is or was

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I worry. But today was great. They could make noise, they had a great

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time. It was about having space for children to walk around and feel

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relaxed which is really important for parents and carers and children

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alike. Importantly, nothing was lost from the show for the audience.

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It's rather cold, I don't need to tell you that.

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Indeed. A pretty chilly story as we head into this evening. The forecast

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for tomorrow, temperatures will be climbing up the scale. It won't feel

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particularly mild. Chilly start, an increased of folk impaired to today.

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As we head into the afternoon as well as cloud increasing there will

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be outbreaks of rain. Through the evening that will turn heavier. Here

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is a wider look at how things turn up. The Blues show the risk of

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frost. Into the second half of the night it is complicated by cloud

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pushing in from the West. You can see the front coming in. Towards

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tomorrow evening it will start to get its act together. But it will

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clear away southwards before Saturday gets underway. The rest of

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this evening there is a lot of clear sky around. The risk of seeing some

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fog patches forming will be much more prevalent across eastern areas.

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Conversely, as the cloud becomes a complicating factor from the West,

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that in turn will make forecasting the temperatures by the end of the

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night tricky. There is every likelihood we will get down to at

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least -2, minus three. That, before the cloud gets in on the act. By

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tomorrow morning there will be brighter swells around. Keep an eye

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out for the fog if you have journeys eastwards. Towards the West the

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cloud increases as the day wears on and it will bring patchy light rain

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into the Forest of Dean, Exmoor, and spreading south eastwards. By the

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evening there will be hell fog around and some rain will be heavier

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as well. Temperatures tomorrow will be climbing up the scale. They will

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eventually get up to about seven Celsius fairly wild widely. Saturday

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will be mild for us all, no further risk of frost. An odd spot of rain

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but broadly dry, mostly cloudy. A similar pattern as we had through to

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Sunday. And then we go into next week, initially, on a similar vein.

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