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Welcome to BBC Points West with Alex Lovell and Sabet Choudhury.

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Bristol announces some of its biggest ever council cuts.

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When they see the scale of the numbers being quoted as cuts, they

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can see that that will have a massive impact and is not just in

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one or two macro areas, it is across the board.

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We'll assess the situation with the city's Mayor.

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The paramedic making plans to leave a legacy of hope for others.

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We meet the new robotic stars of a Bristol made programme.

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And as it now turns much colder tonight the Met office warn of a

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risk of ice for many of our districts. Council tax will need to

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rise but services will reduce. That's the situation facing

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Bristol's 450,000 residents The City Council today revealed some

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of its biggest ever cuts. And there was more gloomy news

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for the city with the announcement that its planned new arena will be

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delayed even further. Let's join our political

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editor Paul Barltrop Well, I am standing beside what has

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been dubbed by some the bridge to nowhere. It is meant to lead across

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to what has been called arena Island, that site for that ambitious

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project but it is in trouble. It could end up costing the council

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millions of pounds at a time when their finances are in real

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difficulty. Today they have been setting out their spending plans for

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the next five years. Overall, the money that our councils get from the

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government is going down. At the same time, demand is rising, which

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means councils are having to put up their council tax. Services, as we

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know, are being reduced. Bristol say they have got to save ?100 million

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by 2022 and so there will be cuts to services across-the-board.

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From libraries to bins, from parks to buses,

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Bristol is cutting spending across all departments.

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More than ?60 million will go over the next five years.

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Residents will have to pay more: Council tax will rise by nearly 5%

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with a similar increase likely the following year.

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Cuts from the central government only be lost in a position where we

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have to take that additional money. The increase in pressure from an

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elderly population and more children, it is huge. So people are

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paying for that. The mayor who took over eight months

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ago has described the changes Among the bigger hits,

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?4 million will go from parks. Libraries are under threat

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with a ?1.4 million cut. And raising car parking charges

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will bring in an extra ?1 million. Plus there's an end to the free

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on-street Sunday parking which was initiated by the former

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mayor George Ferguson in 2012. They will do anything to get the

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money. I drive in from Bath to Bristol to go to the library so if

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they are going to do that, that is not great. Putting the car parking

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cost up at a time of posterity doesn't feel appropriate. -- of

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posterity. this city centre youth

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hub works with hundreds We have got to the point where there

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have been cuts upon cuts and we have scraped again at the money to keep

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the services going and the opportunities going for young

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people. I have to say at this point any further cuts are going to

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translate into a direct cut to services for young people.

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Row is very difficult. It is part of a series of cuts, get up on year.

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They are working harder and harder, covering one more work from less and

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less staff. To know that is going to carry on for years to come as we

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have seen from these figures, it is very demoralising.

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Today we learnt how much money will go from different areas.

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Much more detail and controversy is still to come.

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That wasn't the only big announcement today.

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Bristol City Council has revealed it's parted company

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with the contractors who were supposed to be building

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the city's new arena because they couldn't

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The council says it'll open a year later now, so by autumn 2020.

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I hope it will because I think Bristol deserves a nice place

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where you can host so many people, just because now Bristol is becoming

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I think we deserve one and I think we will get one.

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Well, they've built the bridge, haven't they?

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They have started, so they're going to have to finish.

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Do I think it's ever going to happen?

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Well, rather like the Rovers' new stadium, I am forever hopeful,

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The former mayor George Ferguson was the driving force behind

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He remains optimistic it'll be built.

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We are so close now, we've got the site,

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we've got the planning, we've got the funds,

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The operator is absolutely key and this will be a profitable

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The council's expected to start negiotiations with contractors

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They expressed an interest in the site earlier.

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A quick solution is best, as every month of delay has been

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estimated to cost taxpayers as much as ?80,000.

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Thank you very much for that, Paul. Joining us in the studio now is the

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male of restored, Martin Rees. You are adamant that it is going to go

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ahead, aren't you, but how with this new contractor? Absolutely. Our

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commitment remains strong. We want an arena but has to be the right

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deal for the city. People would not thank us if we built the most

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expensive Arena in the UK. We have the operator, we have the land and

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the planning permission. All the work that has been done in this

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pre-construction phase looking at how we build an arena homicide, that

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is all still with us. This is not ideal, it is not good news, I am not

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pretending it is but it is not back to zero. -- looking at how we build

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an arena on the site. A lot of money to save. But looking through what

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you have had to say, these are quite brutal cuts, aren't they? It is a

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challenge. There are a couple of things. We need to get a grip of the

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finances of local government. Whatever was going on, we wouldn't

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be facing this situation if we had a proper grip and we have wrought in a

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fantastic finance team. We are going to get a grip. But we are staying

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true to our principles. Our commitments are on housing, mental

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health, primary schools. I have talked about those three things.

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Those are all great but one of the things I saw was the crisis

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prevention fund, which helps people in tough situations, people who find

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themselves homeless to get food, electricity, all sorts. That has

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been cut by 55%. These are just brutal in a way. Surely, with what

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you have just said, that is not fair. To say it is a massive

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challenges to my old. The point we are making is if we going to keep

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money one area we have got to talk about what we are prepared to

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de-prioritise. There are many things we didn't do that we could have

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done. Secondly, we have two move from this idea that local government

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does everything. We have a collective responsibility, so our

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commitment on breakfast clubs, that is a group of people who are saying

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any school without a breakfast club, we will step in. So we can mobilise

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resources in other areas. It also speaks to a wider political issue

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here. We cannot as a major city be on the string of Westminster

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politics saying whether they are not going to give us resources. We need

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to have a serious conversation about devolution of power and resources so

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we can take control post-op that is in the long-term but in the short

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term, what is the cut if you had to pick one, that you dislike the most,

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that would keep you awake at night? What do you want to do the least? We

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have a series of cuts that are going to impact on early intervention.

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Coming from a public health background I know that tackling

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inequalities,... Children services being one of those? A lot of cuts

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are being made on that side. We believe in the concept of children's

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centres. We are committed to protecting the intervention that

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comes about, investment in parenting, early physical and mental

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health, that is central to the future of the city but what we are

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doing is working out how we can continue to deliver those

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interventions as a City Council but with health service, with the

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Bollettieri sector and community groups as well. That is what we have

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to do -- with the voluntary sector. We want to take control of our

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future. We know what is needed in Bristol and we need more power at

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the local level. We have run out of time to stop so many different

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things we would like to talk about. People can see this tomorrow on the

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Bristol city website. Yes and we will put it forward and there is

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another period of consultation so people have plenty of time to have

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their say. Said they can react. Thank you very much Marvin.

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The West is braced for icy road conditions tonight

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and into the morning after rain, sleet and snow through the day.

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Local councils are asking people to take care when they're

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They're also urging them to check on vulnerable neighbours

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who might be affected by the freezing conditions.

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Our reporter Andy Howard is at a gritting depot in Gloucestershire

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Yes, it seems on the whole that today has been more wet than white

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but we have had snow across the West. It started in Somerset and the

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county council that were saying that resident should look after elderly

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neighbours and relatives in this cold snap. Then it went to Bristol

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Airport, sleet reported there and then further onto Bath, the

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university had some snow on the campus. Slow pictures of the day

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have the BB is sent into us by Peter who lives in Wiltshire. His kids

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playing in the snow and to prove it was a good covering, here is their

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snowman, the only snowman I have seen today. A bit muddy but it the

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focus back here tonight off the vote five is on this, the gritting

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operation. -- the M5. We set up to be running our gritting throughout

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the night to cope with icy roads that we are expecting in the early

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hours of this morning. You are well connected, what is the latest? We

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expect wintry showers this evening. No accumulation of snow forecast for

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Gloucestershire but that sleet and snow we are expecting will mean

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there is icy services in the morning -- icy surfaces in the morning. We

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are going to try and minimise the risk to road users in the county.

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Have you got enough salt? We have 20 insult across -- we have plenty in

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stock across the county. We are on top of things in terms of keeping

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our roads moving. Be lack of snow means that easier night for the guys

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here but they will be out and you can of course watch the ten o'clock

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news for the latest from points West and your latest radio station --

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your local radio station will have the latest.

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Let's get a bit more detail on all that ice and Ian,

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what's the impact likely to be overnight and into

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Well, certainly there is a risk of ice about that is going to be the

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focus of our attention through the course of the night. I think I would

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rather be take issue with the idea that there will be no further snow

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tonight. There is certainly a risk that some parts of the region will

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see that, albeit in the shape of snow showers, so by definition much

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more hit or miss. I wouldn't walk Gloucestershire out, nor for that

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matter parts of West Somerset up onto the top of Exmoor and perhaps

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other districts as well. It is going to be a tricky night. Gauging as to

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when to get the work underway for the gritters, the snow, sleet and

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rain, of course waiting for the right time to quit will be

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difficult. Ian, thank you - and don't forget

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Ian will have the full forecast And do send us pictures

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of what the weather's been like where you are today

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- any snow? You can email us,

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[email protected], or get You're watching BBC

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Points West with Alex and Seb. A Gloucester company gets government

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backing for a world first. And find out why we will be getting

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a pig's I of the studio later in the programme. -- I view.

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A 30-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder

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after a collision in Bristol on Tuesday night.

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Shakrun Islam from Chipping Sodbury is alleged to have killed

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27-year-old Kyle Clarke after he was trapped under

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Plans to build a tunnel for the A303 past Stonehenge have been unveiled.

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The government says it's now the only plan it's looking

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at in order to make that part of the road a dual carriageway.

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It's part of a ?1.4 billion upgrade of the busy

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We're launching the next stage of the formal consultation

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on a major upgrade to the A303, the main A-road into

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This involves the development of the 1.8 mile tunnel passed

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Stonehenge, which will protect the World Heritage site

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from traffic, reduce local congestion and speed up journeys

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I will now be talking to local people, Mr Speaker,

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about precisely to the west of that tunnel which route it should

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Some people say the proposed tunnel will be too short.

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There'll now be a consultation on the proposals in March,

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with the preferred route announced later this year.

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A woman has died after a car crash in Bath.

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A car hit a warehouse building on the Lower Bristol Road

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150 buses were trapped inside a nearby depot, while police

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The road reopened this afternoon, and First Bus says services are back

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A paramedic says she's determined to leave a legacy

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and save the lives of others, after being told she has

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As a last hope, Kath Osmond, who worked for the South

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Western Ambulance Service, had cutting edge treatment

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Andrew Plant has been following Kath's journey,

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and she's been telling him about her fight to find a cure -

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and the memories she wants to leave behind.

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Melanoma, it's a bit like a dandelion, so if you pick

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a dandelion that's gone to seed, as you pick it, couple

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Kath Osman spent 16 years saving lives, but six years ago

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discovered a mole that changed her life forever.

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Your hope is that you respond to the drugs and you respond well

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and you get years out of these treatments but that's

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She tried every treatment but she found herself

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Private treatment that promised the chance

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That's where the running man challenge kind of

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Kath's ambulance colleagues organised this dance called

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the running man and it went viral on the Internet, viewed by tens

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of thousands of people, which helped bring in donations.

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Basically the news came back that the melanoma was not only

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coming back or hadn't responded well but it was aggressive.

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She's using her time to make sure her partner Sara

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and their three children are taken care of and to warn others

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I am really keen to help as many people as I can to get that message

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out there that a tan is not a good thing to have.

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I've been kind of on the cutting edge of science and unfortunately my

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cancer is developing quicker than science is developing.

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My hope is that something out there can buy the enough time that

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that sort of magic bullet is there and would have brought me

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Kath believes that one day skin cancer will be a durable disease.

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Kath believes that one day skin cancer will be a curable disease.

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She's now busy making as many memories as she can with her family.

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As you may have heard in the national news,

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a Gloucester company has won government backing for its plans

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to build the world's first tidal lagoon in Wales.

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It aims to use the power of the tides to generate electricity

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and if it's successful, more could be built,

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Building tidal lagoons - it's a brand new industry.

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And this unassuming building in Gloucester,

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It's already developed plans to build the world's first

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Today, an independent review gave its backing,

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saying the government should seize the opportunity to move

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It's a day the company's been waiting for a long time:

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We can now be serious as a nation about needing on tidal, being world

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eating and serious about our intent to build turbines, generators in the

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UK, which means we can own the industry and importantly we know

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there is a future of Fleet projects after Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.

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The sea wall holds back the rising tide on the left.

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A gate is then opened allowing the water to flow into the lagoon

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through large turbines, generating electricity as it goes.

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When the tide goes out the whole process is reversed.

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Some environmental groups are in favour of this clean energy.

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As anglers we are concerned about the impact on fish, that marine and

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migratory fish will be chopped up in the lagoons and the late on their

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migration. -- and he delayed on their migration.

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The Swansea Bay scheme could be operational in just four years.

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If it's successful, Tidal Lagoon Power wants to build

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a further five tidal lagoons, including one in Somerset,

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Now, they do say never work with animals, but I don't expect

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A new nature programme made in Bristol is using

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remote-controlled animals to film real ones.

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Spy in Wild hits our screens tonight.

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I've been speaking to the director and series producer and meeting

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Well, with this series we are using animatronic animals

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I mean, they can go in and become part of the animal family

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and therefore get a perspective that you couldn't get in any other way.

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And with this series we are looking at the animal behaviour

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that is like our own, so to get an animal or something

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that looks like an animal in the actual animals,

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that looks like an animal in with the actual animals,

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we are starting to unravel incredible stories.

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It is difficult, because not just has it got to look like,

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it has got to smell like, move like, react like,

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so we have got here a very good example that is kind of freaky

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and we are recording from its point of view as well,

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take us through what you have been working on here.

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Well, we want a full range of movement within the spy creature,

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so the head is very important, so left and right, up and down

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movement and the head roll and also, certainly with this creature,

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he can walk, so he has got this lovely quadrapegal gait,

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very similar to the real pigs and that all helps get it

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What about the smell? Smell is very important for the meerkat, which we

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have over there. I worked closely with a scientist and she recommended

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we put the smell of the meerkat group with a film onto the spy

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meerkat. I said good idea, what is involved? And they said you are

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going to have to put to all over. It was a magic moment because he smelt

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like part of the team and he was trusted to babysit the answers. --

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we had to put faeces all over the spy meerkat.

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for example the egret it was looking at elephants, wasn't it,

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Did you see any characteristics that you just were not expecting?

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Every time we deployed easily got reactions we were never expecting.

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That was the beauty of the series. We were always went out to film

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something specific. We had a baby langur monkey made

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and it went out to film baby-sitting behaviour among these monkeys

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because the mums give the babies But what ended up being most

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extraordinary is that one of them picked up our spy monkey and then

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dropped it and then They came around it as though it

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was her own baby and the scientist that was there said this

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is the behaviour that happens when a baby monkey dies

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and they were doing it We wanted to uncover all this

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incredible behaviour that people hadn't seen and make people

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understand that they are just Yeah, and that is what we love

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to see as well stop we can obviously Yeah, and that is what we

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love to see as well. We can obviously look forward

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to the series starting. There are going to be

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four actual programmes and then the last one,

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which is the fifth, looks behind the scenes and sees how we actually

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got these incredible animals in among them and the disasters

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that often unfurl! Thank you so much for

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coming in with them all. That is on at 8pm on BBC One and the

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guys behind the camera were picking up the baroque controls!

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Ian Fergusson has that all-important weather forecast.

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What is happening at the moment is forecasters in the Met office are

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breathing a sigh of relief because a quite convert catered forecast

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scenario has worked out as planned. Let me take you through -- because a

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quite complicated forecast. We saw snow as expected. As you saw earlier

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in the programme, further out into parts of Wiltshire, similar picture.

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Tomorrow, the threat of snow will be isolated, in the shape of showers.

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More particularly across western Somerset as the day wears on.

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Elsewhere the underpinning is it will be a notably cold day and that

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will be exacerbated by a strong wind but otherwise a dry and sunny day.

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Our attention now turns to the threat of eyes. Whether you have had

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rain, sleet or snow, as all of that cleared eastward, we do have this

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risk of seeing the icy stretches developing on untreated surfaces. As

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we head through the next 12 hours or so you can see the snow exiting out

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of the London, South East area and for us you will see signs of

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disturbances running in from the north-west, which could usher in

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some snow showers across some parts of our area as we run through the

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night and at times into tomorrow. For the rest of this evening it will

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be a case of watching out for is no showers. Some of those gathering to

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the north-west. More particularly, Exmoor will be adding to the threat

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of icy stretches on road, as they will elsewhere. Most areas will be

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driver stop temperatures down to freezing, maybe a degree above. Road

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temperatures a good deal below that. As we head into tomorrow there could

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be a threat of snow showers across the likes of the Cotswolds. A bit of

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uncertainty first light. Elsewhere a generally dry picture barring the

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chance of a few showers at times out towards the West. You will notice

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those wind speeds that have been around there. If you are exposed to

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that wind, it will feel bitterly cold. Do not take those temperatures

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you see there as face value. It is cold but with the added wind chill

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it will feel colder. In the weekend we get a push and shove between mild

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Atlantic air trying to get in from the West. It will ultimately win on

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Sunday but there are signs that next week cold air will start to flood

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back in from the east. It is difficult because so many

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people were hoping it wouldn't snow but there were definitely those who

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were looking out the window wondering. You! Yes! It did so a

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little bit. Heading back to Stroud them at the snow. See you at 10pm,

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goodbye.

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