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

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Our main story tonight: Think twice before you get ill at night.

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Weston Hospital considers restricting access to A

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during certain hours, but the trust insists

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The ideas being set out here are about ensuring safe and sustainable

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services moving forward, they are not about the financial challenges.

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But Weston is in deficit - we'll be looking at how other

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Our other headlines tonight: Money down the drain at City Hall -

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an independent report says inefficiency has cost

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Taking on the German fleet - Yeovilton remembers a sea and air

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And getting plastered - the former tradesman from Bridgwater

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who s going to Vegas for the ultimate

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On the day that waiting times at Accident and Emergency

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departments in England are reaching 13-year highs, one of our local

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hospitals is asking the public to comment on plans to change access

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It could mean 999 patients being diverted elsewhere.

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Weston General has been struggling with its deficit for years -

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today it's said it's looking at options for different kinds

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But tonight the hospital chief executive claims it's not

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about money but improving patient care, despite the organisation

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Weston General Hospital employs around 2000 staff and has 320 beds,

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24-hour accident and emergency as well as a small intensive care unit.

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But like many hospitals, money is tight and it struggles to fill

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vacant medical roles. The health trust being described as clinically

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and financially unsustainable for over a decade and it has a deficit

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of ?71 million. Changes are on the table. We need to work out how we

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can create a hospital with a long-term future that will help

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attract new staff who will want to stay here permanently. And also by

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working together with other organisations in the community and

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other hospitals to look at how we can address the financial

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challenges. One of the changes could be to A, diverging 999 ambulances

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elsewhere at night time and keeping the Department open for walk in

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patients and scheduled ambulances. That would mean longer journeys for

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emergency patients during those hours, but the hospital says

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proposals are to improve patient care, not to save money. The ideas

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being put forward in this engagement exercise are focusing on food

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services for patients. The hospital is very important for those living

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nearby. The older generation don't always want to go to Bristol. It

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does everything we need down here. The A is needed 24 hours a day.

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It's pretty important to the community. Something you need during

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your lifetime. Getting older, it's nice to know it's there. The public

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can see the proposals and have their say on the North Somerset clinical

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commissioning group website and there will be open day is organised

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over the next eight weeks so people can even give their opinion

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face-to-face. As well as Weston General having

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a deficit, other NHS trusts Here are a few of

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the figures for you. North Bristol NHS Trust has

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a projected deficit of ?46 million In Gloucestershire, they say

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there will be a deficit And Yeovil NHS Trust

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is ?15 million adrift. To help put all this in context,

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our health correspondent, Matthew, why has Weston got to this

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situation of changing A at night? I think reading between the lines,

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it has no option because it can't carry on doing everything. It's

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doing a very wide array at the moment. It has an intensive care

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unit, but only five beds and it needs eight beds to become viable

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and attract the staffing needs. That's why it's looking at A at

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night-time. If it can't increase intensive care beds, maybe shouldn't

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be having intensive care and they should focus on routine operations

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that don't need intensive care. The chief executive said clearly it's

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not about money. I think money is an important part of the equation. If

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you talk to the clinical commissioning group, who fund the

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service, they have a ?14 million deficit in is Somerset and they are

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driving this saying we can't carry on funding the hospital to the level

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we've been bailing them out. Say they did restrict A at nine times,

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999 ambulances would have to go to units elsewhere. That means more

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strain on them. Always, and it would put a strain elsewhere. The major

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trauma centre at South Lee would be a place they would go. Recently

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there have been days where their intensive care beds have been

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completely full so it raises a question of whether there will be

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capacity. The BBC did a survey about waiting times in A Have you

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looked at the figures for Weston? I have. On January 30, these

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provisional figures show that 65% of the time they were able to meet the

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four hour wait time in A The national target is 95% so

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significantly worse than the national target. Swindon's great

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Western Hospital. They had four patients waiting 12 hours on

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trolleys. Nationally in England there were nine patients. Almost

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half the patients in the country were there. Appreciate your

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knowledge. Thank you for coming on the show.

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Police have released footage of a man being kidnapped from a bar

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in Bristol to try to find witnesses to it.

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The 22-year was dragged across the floor at the Blue Lagoon

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on Gloucester Road, then assaulted and put into a car.

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He was driven to Bradley Stoke before escaping.

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Two men have been arrested and released on bail.

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A family of a man who went missing in Bristol last month have

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laid flowers at the site where a body was found.

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24-year-old Deakon Wilkins from Weston-super-Mare was last seen

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on CCTV leaving Motion nightclub three weeks ago.

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His family have been laying flowers by Bristol Harbour.

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An independent report has made scathing criticisms of the way

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Bristol City Council's finances have been run.

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It talks of members being misled, and a serious failure

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It was commissioned by the new Mayor, who's grappling

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Our political editor, Paul Barltrop, joins us from outside City Hall.

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Inside City Hall, Bristol city councillors are meeting to discuss

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the financial situation - one big topic is this bombshell

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report, produced by former head of Audit Commission.

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He was requested to look into what had gone on following the election

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of the new Mayor last year. Looking back, in 2013,

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the council launched a programme of savings and cuts,

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but it didn t work. Last summer, the Mayor

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said ?30 million of cuts Last month, they announced

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the savings needed in the years Today's report sets

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out what went wrong. This report says senior managers

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knew that planned savings weren't being achieved, but routinely

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concealed it. Breaking the bad news to Bristol, Mayor Marvin Rees faced

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the media as the Council released the damning report. An expert said a

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big savings expert had failed. Officials made assumptions that were

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false or artful. The Mayor was not alerted and councillors were

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undoubtedly misled. It was a serious collective failure of leadership

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within the Council. Several elected politicians bear responsibility. The

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suggestions in the report about how and why things happened were pretty

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explosive. Not only in terms of the absolute scale, but in terms of the

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way it will stun. We're not happy with this at all. Former Chief

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Executive Nicola Yates worked alongside the last Mayor, George

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Ferguson. She's been unavailable for comment, but he released a

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statement. The counsellor he had in charge of

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Bristol 's finances does express reserve -- regret and feels let down

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by officers. I end up feeling that I have misled councillors because I

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was being told certain things were true when they were not. It does say

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there was a failure of political leadership and that would include

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you. It would. We did fail in the sense that we have this vast

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deficit. Senior managers criticised in the report are gone, leaving

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councillors shaken. Like a lot of people when I read the report I was

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pretty shocked. This was hidden for several months. Actively hidden. It

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wasn't a simple matter of people not realising, they did know it was

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there and they did not share that with councillors. The catalogue of

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failings in the report has sent shock waves through city Hall. The

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new Chief Executive and the new head of finance are in post. The focus is

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on putting things right and making ?100 million worth of savings over

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the next four years. Either they are working very late at

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City Hall, or somebody has left the lights on!

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It's Alex and David with you this evening.

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Stay tuned, we've got lots more still to come,

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Hello, Lizzie Yala and -- Lizzie Yala Alt, Olympic skeleton champion.

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It's one year to go. And we meet the former plasterer

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who has set his sight on success Avon and Somerset Police has been

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told it must improve the way it records crimes after an inspection

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found it was failing to log more Incidents of rape,

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violence and modern slavery Inspectors said the failures

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were due to a poor understanding Crime recording is quite

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complicated and very technical. We're going to do some more training

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with our officers to make sure they understand exactly how

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they should report crime. We will be doing more checking

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and testing of our systems to make sure that the crime has been

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correctly reported and recorded. We've recently introduced

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a new crime recording system to help things and we need to get that

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embedded still further. Inspectors say Avon and Somerset

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will be monitored for the rest The Bristol City striker

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Tammy Abraham faces court action after a car crash near the club's

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training ground in Failand. The 19-year-old, who is on loan

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from Chelsea, is alleged to have been driving

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without a licence or insurance. He's also been reported

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for driving carelessly. It's not yet known when

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he'll appear in court. A spokesman for City said the club

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was aware of the situation. World War II grenades were blown-up

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in Trowbridge just after midnight The phosphorous grenades were dug up

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by builders on Wingfield Road. The fire station used social media

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to let residents know about it, One of the most daring

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and courageous actions in the history of naval aviation

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was remembered today. A service was held at

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the Fleet Air Arm Memorial Church in Yeovilton to mark the famous

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Channel Dash 75 years ago. The brave naval aviators who took

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on the might of a massive German battle fleet as it tried to escape

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over the English Channel Theirs was a mission of impossible

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odds, as Amanda Parr They came today to remember the

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extraordinary actions of 18 men. In a hushed stillness at this year of

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Alton Church, the story of a desperate, hellish mission was

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retold. In 1942, three huge German battleships made a dash for home

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from breast to Germany through the English Channel. They expected to be

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targets so the screen of German destroyers and minesweepers, plus

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200 fighter aircraft, went with them. One of the finest exhibitions

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of self-sacrifice and devotion to duty the war has witnessed. Towards

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that fearsome sight went six Spitfires. They never got close

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enough to drop their bombs. Shells and bullets ripped through the fuse

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are large. All were shot down and 13 men were killed. Today meant an

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awful lot to relatives. We'll never forget. Our lives today were shaped

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by what these folks did for us. Our men and other men, otherwise and

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husbands, and future generations. Any war that has happened, further

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back in history or anything that might happen in the future. We have

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to thank people for what they've done. Today's Naval air Squadron

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paid tribute in its own way to those brave colleagues from history. It

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was awesome, very, very brave. In the finest traditions of service,

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they knew their chances of coming back were minimal, but they still

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pressed on with their attack. Bravery is even more commendable in

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the face of defeat. Anyone can be brave when you're winning, but to be

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brave when you're losing is impressive and that's what they did

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in 1942. All 18 aircrew were heroes that day and it was heroism made all

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the more extraordinary in the face of such overwhelming odds.

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As we revealed on yesterday's programme, Bristol is vying

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to be a national testbed for 5G technology.

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The city wants a share of a ?1 billion fund to make it happen.

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5G promises ultra-fast, ultra-reliable phone signal

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It's set to revolutionise our homes and our streets, as Robin Markwell

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On the mean streets of the University of the West

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of England, they've clocked up 500 miles in a car without a driver.

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It relies on high-tech sensors to find its way around.

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You can't be buffering when cruising at 70 mph.

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They're not quite ready for passengers yet, but had

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For a glimpse into our 5G future, I thought I'd take a little spin.

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At the moment, I'm in charge of this simulator, but flick a switch

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Actually, 5G is key, it's going to be key

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Capable of driving probably ten times better than a human driver.

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Instant reaction times, no blind spot and the ability

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Now scientists think robotic cars will soon have the upper

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Something that brings together industry and all

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Talk to another visionary and you'll find the change won't just be

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People are getting used to this idea that their homes

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are becoming smarter, people are already controlling

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things like their thermostats, their central heating,

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This idea of homes having a brain that is collecting together

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lots and lots of data and lots of information,

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that all defines the way telecoms needs to operate.

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I think we will see increasingly this idea of objects and devices

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that are just talking to the network all the time.

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It was time to look at the bigger picture.

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With so many devices generating so much data,

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it was hard to see how you could make sense of it all.

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I found my answer inside Bristol's Data Dome.

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Here, they show what it all means when everything is pulled together.

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Real-time information about the traffic on our roads,

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the quality of our air, the health of the population.

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It all promises a better understanding of who we are.

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But with technology now moving quite so fast,

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some will fear this brave new world risks spinning out of control.

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I wondered if that was ever going to end! The report? Very, very

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dramatic. Now we can use our phones to switch off the light. You can use

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your voice to switch off the light. Or you could just get up and push

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the switch. I do like the old-fashioned ways, but it's

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progress. Lazy progress! It's exactly one year to go

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until the Winter Olympics in South Korea and skeleton champion

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Lizzy Yarnold has her sights set Lizzy, whose training base

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is at the University of Bath, has recently returned to competition

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after taking some time I caught up with her earlier

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and began by asking Yeah, that's the big,

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massive goal that gets me out of bed every morning,

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trying to be the first British winter Olympian

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to go to an Olympic Games Even though it's a great goal

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and I love having that, it's quite It's a big thing to ask,

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to be at the top of your So all I can do is every day,

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the same for all athletes, working every day in the gym,

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try to perform at my best in training and hope that it comes

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to fruition in competition. The World Championships moved

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from Russia because of How important was that for you that

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Germany is now hosting the games? The move from Sochi to Germany

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with the World Championships I think The IBSF needed to make this

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decision because athletes need to compete confidently

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in an environment they know is going I think now we'll have

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a really good competition. It's a fantastic

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track for spectators. There's places where you can

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get lunch and doughnuts That's what sport is about,

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competing with the true Olympic I think if the sport

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was about doughnuts, I'd probably be quite good

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at it as well! You keep talking about these

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hurdles you have to climb and to get back into it,

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mentally and physically. What's the single most

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daunting thing for you? The single most daunting thing

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would be a bit after a year's time I absolutely adore what I

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do, day in, day out. I'm very lucky to be

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a full-time athlete. I wouldn't be here without

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the funding from UK But the Olympics, being able to go,

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being selected for my second My big fear is when that Olympics

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is then over and then Congratulations on being selected

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and we wish you well, of course. You're obviously an all-round

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athlete, you could do Why not take up tennis where it's

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nice and warm rather than being out No, I don't think I could

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be any other athlete. Skeleton, when I found it,

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I knew it was the sport for me. That's the interesting

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thing, I didn't find it Growing up loving sport,

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I knew that I could be successful at something,

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but I hadn't yet found it. That's the little piece that

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I really enjoy telling You have the talent to be good

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at something, you just have She's lovely, isn't cheap, and so

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dedicated. Talking about finding your sport late in life, I think

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I've found mine... A mixed martial arts fighter

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from Somerset is about to step into the big time with a top-level

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bout in Las Vegas. I'd love that! David! I'd walk

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out... A little banner in front of you.

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Mark Godbeer from Bridgwater has been selected for

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the Ultimate Fighting Championship - the Premier League of his sport.

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Mark, a former plasterer, has his sights set on glory

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It is the most brutal of fight sports.

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But with high risks come high rewards.

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Especially for the biggest stars, like bearded

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Now said to be worth more than ?20 million.

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A million miles away, you might think, from this small

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industrial estate in the middle of rural Somerset.

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But inside a converted workshop, a former plasterer has stars

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Do you get scared when you get in the ring?

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I think that's what I'm addicted to, the fear factor.

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Before MMA, it was motocross, before motocross it was rugby.

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I suppose I am a bit of an adrenaline junkie.

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This is Mark Godbeer, who in the sport of mixed martial

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arts, is already at the top of his game in this country.

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Fighting out of Somerset, England, Mark "The Hand Of..."

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In less than a month's time, he'll be heading off to Las Vegas,

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stepping into what is in effect the Premier League

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I'm repping the UK now, not just little old Somerset.

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I'm happy, really happy to be here, really happy with my achievements.

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My journey has just begun so let's see where it takes me.

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Those who work with him, sometimes painfully,

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believe he has what it takes to make it in a sport which is

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a mixture of boxing, wrestling and kick boxing.

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He's been through every single person in the British division

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Without sounding arrogant, there was no real competition in the UK left.

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It's a long way from Somerset to Vegas, but Mark will take

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on an American called Todd Duffee and if he does well, riches await.

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Good luck to him. Alex will give you a scrap, Mark, if you run out of

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competition. Let's get the weather and Ian is on a very cold roof.

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Indeed, decided the nippy story about the West Country at the

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moment. If anything, with the breeze picking up, it will exacerbate the

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cold field tomorrow. In other respects are very similar day.

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Extensive cloud and increasing tomorrow and overnight. The risk of

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more snow flurries or snow showers. This is a wider look at how things

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are shaping up. The easterly flow is now well developed, bringing in cold

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air and extensive amounts of cloud. Most of the snow showers will be

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confined to eastern parts of the British Isles, but with the flow

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having increased tomorrow and Saturday, that will tend to

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propagate further out into the Midlands and some parts of our

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region. For the rest of tonight, quite extensive cloud. There will be

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some breaks, particularly out towards the West. Some light showers

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which will be predominantly if not exclusively wintry in nature.

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Nothing of any note. Temperatures tonight will be broadly in the range

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of two Celsius to -1 or minus two. A cold start tomorrow morning and

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that's how things will Remainer. Through the rest of the day, the

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wind chill will be more pronounced competitive day. A little snowflake

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just went past me then! I know some of you have seen some in

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Gloucestershire today. Tomorrow you'll probably see more. Tending to

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increase in a few places as we get later into the evening. Temperatures

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tomorrow will be in the range of one to four depended on the elevation.

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It will be a cold day. As we look towards Saturday, this is where we

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are peaking in the risk of seeing wintry showers coming from the North

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East. It gets complicated later because we've brought in some

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slightly less cold air all the way from the Black Sea which will change

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things into rain or sleet. Thanks. Mixed reactions in homes

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across the West. OK, everyone, have you got

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your bamboo sticks? If you just paint

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what you want to paint, I've turned around,

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my painting washes away. ..and take on

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The Big Painting Challenge. Remember, you're not painting

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a pond.

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