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

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Our main story tonight - the baby who died shortly

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At the inquest, his parents say crucial evidence

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was altered, and criticise the care they received.

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They ignored our objections and they sent us home. We believe them when

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they said it was safe to go home. But it is now very clear that we

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should never have been sent home that night.

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The police have now been informed - we'll have the latest.

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A debt to society - a gang gets prison sentences

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after blowing up the cash machine at a post office.

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over plans for a new park and ride on the green belt.

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the Ice Maidens of the British Army take on our frozen planet.

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An actor and his wife have been reliving the moment they were sent

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home from hospital before the planned birth of their baby

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Jamie King said by the time they were rushed back

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into hospital the following day - the pregnancy had gone badly wrong -

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and the baby, called Benjamin, died at just five days old.

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And tonight there's concern about the records

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surrounding the tragedy - with the coroner taking the unusual

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step of reporting the NHS Trust to the police

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after it admitted evidence was altered.

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Once again, he'd travelled thousands of miles.

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British actor, Jamie King, who now lives in Canada.

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Looking for answers and the truth at the inquest

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into the death of his baby son, Benjamin.

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But once again, he left court disappointed and disillusioned.

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We hoped the hospital would acknowledge the stakes they made

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over our son's birth. Rather than hearing the truth,

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we've had to listen to misremembered stories, altered

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accounts, deflection, and diversion. Benjamin was born

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at the Royal united Hospital in Bath with severe brain damage -

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after he was deprived of oxygen The inquest heard how his mother,

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Canadian actor, Tamara Podemski had been rushed into hospital

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following concerns about A caesaerian section

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was planned for later that day, but was delayed until the morning -

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and Tamara was allowed to go home. Benjamin was later born

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in what was described The inquest began two months ago and

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would normally have only lasted a couple of days. It was dramatically

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halted halfway through when it emerged that evidence had been

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removed from a witness statement by a member of the trust's legal team.

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At the time, coroner Maria Voisin said that it was a very

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serious matter indeed - and adjourned the inquest.

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Today it emerged that she has taken the highly unusual step

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Something the RUH Trust addressed outside court.

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We have co-operated fully with the coroner's directions following the

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judgment to the initial inquest. We would like to provide additional

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assurance that the trust takes the matter extremely seriously. We are

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unable to comment further on this matter.

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The inquest heard that lessons had been learned

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We've been given exclusive access to this report -

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and it highlights some of those lessons.

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Amongst them, it states, quite clearly, that the operation

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to deliver Benjamin, should not have been postponed -

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and crucially, it concludes that had the operation gone ahead as planned,

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it is highly likely that Benjamin would have been born alive

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Speaking outside court today, Jamie King urged other expectant

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parents to stand their ground if they had any concerns

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If you are concerned about your health or your baby's health. You

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must stand your ground and tell them you need to see a consultant. Get

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names, write down every detail. That way, no one can twist your story or

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play with the fax at a later date. Today, a coroner said she was

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considering reporting the matter This is clearly very unusual. For

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the matter to be referred to the police is something I've never come

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across before and other journalists I spoke to said they had never come

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across it. Lawyers I spoke to today who deal with cases like this say

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they have never come across a case where eyewitnesses statement has

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been changed by a legal team. This is particularly difficult because we

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heard that the baby would have been buying. It's a horrendous case which

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ever way you look at it. It involves the death of a baby who otherwise

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would have been fine. It has been very upsetting for everybody

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involved. Some of the doctors, some of the midwives giving evidence have

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been visibly upset. That's nothing compared to how the family feel. It

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has been devastating for them on every single level. Jamie King,

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Benjamin's dad said the worst thing that could happen to them has

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happened and to have to sit through an inquest that has been adjourned

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and now continues because statements have been altered exacerbates their

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grief. And there is no closure for them because something else needs to

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happen. The inquest has concluded but the police are looking at the

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matter. They will investigate, if they think it is appropriate they

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might refer it to the Crown Prosecution Service. There are two

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other investigations going on. The hospital says they will share the

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results of those investigations. We will continue to follow this and

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bring you the results of what happens.

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Extra security has been installed at some cash machines after attacks

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where cash machines were blown up. This the twisted, charred wreck left

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after one night of crime. through the building

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after the explosion. A mum and her two children

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were asleep upstairs - - it is hard to believe

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no-one was injured. And it is just one of a number

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of attacks on cash machines It literally knocked four years

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of growth off the business. 50% of the time

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we've been here we've lost. We're stubborn and we

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won't let them beat us. 'I came up for an afternoon

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and helped them shovel the remains of the post office into bags.

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Terrible, terrible. It cost nearly ?200,000

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to rebuild the post office and the thieves got away with nearly

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?60,000 from the cashpoint - to make sure it

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couldn't happen again. We've got gas suppression

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systems on it, There's multi-CCTV cameras,

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there's alarms, seismic sensors - pretty much every security device

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they could put on it is on it. they claim the three thieves had

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been boasting on social media The men responsible were soon

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caught by the police. 41-year-old Patrick Duggan,

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25 year old Nicholas Mann and 22-year-old Shane Dennis

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sentenced today and yesterday I think the sentences send out

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a very clear message that the court won't tolerate this kind

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of violent offending. I think we've got to remember

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that the violence of this explosion completely

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destroyed the post office. It disrupted that business

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for over six months. And it endangered

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the lives of people living above the post office

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and in the immediate vicinity. Some of the other cash point

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thefts are due in court over the coming weeks but owners

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David and Andrew hope the new forms of security will make this kind

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of crime impossible in the future. Charlotte Callen for BBC

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Points West in Long Ashton You're watching BBC Points West

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with Alex and David - thanks for joining us

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on this Tuesday evening. the Bristol City fans

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heading for Fleetwood the ice maidens

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hoping to conquer the South Pole. A former Bristol Rugby player has

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been suspended by his current club, after being accused

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of leaking confidential information to his former employers

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before their Premiership match Tom Arscott, who now plays for Sale,

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is being investigated Today Bristol insisted

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they've done nothing wrong. Here's our Sports Editor

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Alistair Durden. This is the player understood

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to be at the centre Sale's Tom Arscott - whose

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brother Luke plays for Bristol. The two clubs met in a crucial

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Premiership match on New Year's Day, But Sale claim Tom Arscott leaked

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confidential team information They've suspended him, and reported

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the allegation to the RFU. We got a complaint from senior

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players at the club that one player had passed information over before a

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game. I had to deal with it in a formal way by setting up a

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disciplinary and we had to inform the governing body of our decision.

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Bristol say the Arscott brothers did meet up at the team hotel

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on the night before the game - but it was for a family catch up.

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Bristol insist that neither the club, nor Luke Arscott,

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Nothing was passed to the coaches of any sporting value nor did it change

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the strategy with which we approach the game in any way at all. We are

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entirely confident that we have not acted in a way that is against the

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spirit and values of rugby. We are disappointed in how this episode has

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been handled so publicly, especially considering that have been no

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contact from the sale sharks to date.

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Neither brother has commented on the allegation.

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Bristol say they still aren't sure what the complaint is -

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and that they've yet to hear from the RFU.

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It is an unwelcome distraction, with all parties looking

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to the sport's governing body to make their conclusions quickly.

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Dyson says it's looking for 110 new employees,

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with the majority of them set to work in the region.

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Most will be based in Malmesbury and Bristol.

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The firm says it's part of plans to hire 3,000 extra

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Avebury Stone Circle is to feature in a set of 8 special stamps showing

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some of the country's most famous ancient sites.

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Royal Mail says the Wiltshire landmark is part of a series

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celebrating the UK's rich prehistoric heritage.

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A special Avebury postmark is also being issued.

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Anyone who posts a letter in Avebury High Street postbox

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over the next five days will have it stamped

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Is that a hint that you want a stamp? One day. We'll work hard to

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sort something out. Campaigners opposed to a new park

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and ride in Bath say their fight will continue, after the council

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published plans for two possible sites to the east of the city,

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using greenbelt land. A final decision's

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due next week, Andy Howard There have been official plans

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for an extra park and ride In the last couple of years,

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the council has looked at 21 different sites,

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and announced today that it's Now it goes to

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a vote next Wednesday. The sites are next to each

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other, on greenbelt land. Campaigners have long said

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that a park and ride on Bathampton Meadows

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would cause more harm than good. "It'd be awful from an environmental

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point of view", and that the money It isn't going to cause the traffic

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benefits that they have described. People drive to the park and ride

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and use cheaper buses to go into town. What is the benefit that

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mitigates against the harm? Well, let's ask the Leader of Bath

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and North East Somerset Council. The big it is you is 7000 new houses

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in Bath over the next 25 years, 11,000 new jobs. We have to get

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people from a to B somehow. So here is the paperwork which holds

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all the information for councillors Both sites are about the same size,

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one is 800 spaces, the other One is on council-owned

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land, one not. If there is a majority

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vote next Wednesday this is still far from over,

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the planning application then goes in, and both plans

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have hurdles to overcome. But if B Council gets its way,

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there will be shovels in the ground in 2018,

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and this could be the view across The family of a Gloucestershire man

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shot dead over 25 years ago have welcomed

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more help for relatives in cases where no-one

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is convicted of murder. Tony Alliss died in Penn Wood,

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near Stroud, in 1990. Today the Crown Prosecution Service

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and police said they'll work more closely with families

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to explore what options there are. Our Gloucestershire reporter

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Steve Knibbs has more details. Tony Alliss was shot dead

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after a long running feud with his neighbours

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over a boundary fence. His neighbours were acquitted

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after the trial collapsed. Since then Tony's family have long

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fought for more support for familes like themselves who often feel

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abandoned, after such cases. Today, after a campaign by the group

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Justice After Acquittal the Crown Prosecution Service

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and police announced their new It includes joint meetings

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once cases of acquittal have been reviewed, helping families

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to understand why there and crucially for many

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what can be done next. There has been supposedly enough

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evidence to bring a murder charge and then it all falls through. Our

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ultimate at the moment is to get onto that stage and go back and

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discuss it with the Crown Prosecution Service and the police.

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Gloucestershire Police, though, say they haven't seen anything

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new to reopen the case something the Alliss' disagree with.

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But today the county's police and crime commissioner was also

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at the launch of the new standards to see what more could be done.

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I've done everything I can do. I've written to the Lord Chancellor and

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the courts. Sometimes you have to access that it is beyond what you

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can do. For 25 years, the family have dedicated their lives into

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discovering what happened here. The opening up of the relationship

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between the CPS and the families is a small but significant step. They

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know there is a long way to go to achieve their ultimate aim of a new

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police investigation and a conviction.

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Should scientists be able experiment on human embryos?

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At the moment there's a limit of 14 days.

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But with scientific advances being made all the time,

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an IVF pioneer says there could be huge gains for health

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and infertility treatment if that were to be extended.

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Simon Fishel was one of the team overseeing the birth of

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the world's first test-tube baby - Louise Brown from Bristol.

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Our Health Correspondent Matthew Hill reports.

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The birth of Louise Brown in 1978, the world's first IVF baby changed

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At the time scientists were accused of playing God

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But eventually a law was brought in to allow controlled IVF

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and research on human embryos up to 14 days.

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Scientists at Cambridge University have recently cultured embryos for

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13 days. They believe they can make discoveries about genetic disease if

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the law changes. People condemned mum and dad for having the treatment

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and for having me. So, anything that can help create a family, I think,

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is brilliant. The BBC has commissioned the first survey of its

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kind this question. The scientist who worked on Louise

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Brown's IVF team has called on the government to open an enquiry into

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extending the rules. Specifically during that period of time we cannot

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get access to at the moment many things happen and go wrong. We can

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learn an awful lot from what goes wrong. For example, miscarriage. It

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will start to be caused around that period of time. There are relations

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to certain cancers that begin their problems at that stage. However,

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religious, moral, and ethical objections have been raised. An

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embryo has the rights of a person. It wouldn't become a human if it

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weren't a human already. Even though great benefits come, we consider

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that embryo has writes that cannot be turned over. D has had several

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miscarriages. If one in four people experienced miscarriage, if it can

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help them, it is important. For the medical team, insights into why

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miscarriage happens is the most important thing.

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And Matthew Hill has a series on BBC Radio 4 looking at the law

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surrounding research on human embryos.

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part one is available right now on the iPlayer,

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and you can hear part two next Monday morning at 11am.

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Bristol City travel to Fleetwood tonight in the FA Cup looking

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The two sides drew 0-0 in the original 3rd

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City fans leaving Ashton Gate this lunchtime had mixed views

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on head coach Lee Johnson after the team's poor run of form.

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Time for a change. Any other club would have got rid of him by now.

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Stick with him. Better the devil you know. He has a long contract. Can we

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afford to get rid of him? Don't see the point of chopping and changing.

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It never works. We changed too often. It's difficult. He said he

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needed three to four transfer windows to get the players ride.

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Hopefully he can turn it around but it's really difficult.

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Cheltenham are also in cup action tonight -

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against Bradford in the Checkatrade Trophy.

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The winners will play Oxford United in the quarter finals.

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They're the Ice Maidens - a squad of elite soldiers aiming

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to become the first all-women team to cross Antarctica.

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They're all members of the British Army,

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and they've had to go through a physically demanding

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selection process in Norway to get the chance to go.

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Our reporter Lee Madan was invited to the Larkhill base

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Testing themselves against the elements in Norway.

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Pulling heavy loads, jumping into ice holes,

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digging out and sleeping in the snow.

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All preparation for an 1100 mile expedition across the South Pole.

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The challenge will test me to a limit

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I guess there's that almost sadistic kind of me that just wants to see

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what I can do and, equally, what I can't do.

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The journey's expected to take there months.

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With just two refuelling points along the way,

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they'll have to drag food and supplies

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as they ski cross country through hazardous conditions.

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I'd be silly if I said I wasn't scared of gaps

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in the glacier and they can be a metre long,

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they can be 10 metres long, they can be miles long.

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250 soldiers applied to become Ice Maidens -

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after facing a series of challenges the team is now down

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So the Ice Maidens have already proven they've got

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they're now back in Wiltshire finding the best ways to work

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First up, a game of Personality Poker.

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Overseen by psychologists they've been telling each

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The idea - by identifying their strengths and weaknesses -

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the team will face fewer surprises

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when they're in an extreme environment,

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and know what support each other needs.

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You need to be more open, you don't need to be good

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all the time and you can have down days.

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Sandy, you need to be less productive and that means sharing

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out tasks a bit more and getting other people to chip in.

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After the poker - more honest conversations.

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I think as a team we need to work on our conflict resolution,

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we like to get on with each other, we need to make sure we have a plan

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in place for when it does go wrong and we do end up having

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After all these physical and psychological tests have ended,

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five of the remaining seven Ice Maidens will be selected.

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They'll set off in October to conquer the South Pole.

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Personality poker. I'm not sure I like those honest conversations. I

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don't want to play. But, how hard could that be anyway? There's only

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one way to find out. I'm sure they will do well and they take our good

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wishes with them. Now talk about getting

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into a tight spot. I think this horse has

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had better evenings. It managed to get stuck upside down

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between a wall and a building Having been checked over by a vet,

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the horse, called Becky, was reunited with her owner

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and is recovering well. At least, in a stable condition. We

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are about to play personality poker now. Yes. Cut the jokes! That's the

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main thing. It's going to be a day and you'll

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wake up if today -- wondering if today has finished. A replica for

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the majority. There could be some patchy drizzle around. The

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forecasting headache is going to be the balance between the amount of

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cloud cover, which will tend to be dominant, against those who will see

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it brightening up to a degree, more down towards the south and

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south-east of the region. High pressure now dominates the pattern.

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The blue is being restricted to the east. That signifies the risk of

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Frost. A very weak front through the centre of the area of high pressure.

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That brings the complications, mild by a mile, as to which areas have

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cloud cover. For the rest of this evening, we have seen some clearer

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skies towards the far south-east of the likes of Wiltshire. It's for

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these areas and the likes of the East of Gloucestershire that we

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might get temperatures to falling to zero or below. Elsewhere, a bit

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above freezing. Out towards the south-east of Wiltshire, the risk of

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some Frost by tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, we pick up that theme in

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terms of the amount of cloud. There is uncertainty on that dividing

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line. Winds will be light, temperature is similar to today. As

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we go into Thursday, we do it all again.

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Something to look forward to. The same weather. He's not very excited

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by this weather. He would do well in the Antarctic. As an ice maiden. If

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you see what I mean. His own version. We'd better go. There will

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be an update for you later. Until then. Goodbye.

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And will to the best of my ability...

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