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

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Our main story tonight: The racist tweets of a local councillor.

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UKIP suspends Philip Winter after an online remark

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which causes offence - the council chairman

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The comments are racist and they're misogynistic and they're not

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the views of anyone on this council and I don't think anyone

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Councillor Winter says his Twitter account was interfered with.

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Our other headlines tonight: Throwing the book at them -

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a protest at plans to move Bath library.

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Director Ken Loach joins the demonstration.

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Drink limits at the Cheltenham Festival after drunken scenes

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Camilla has a Valentine's dance in Bristol and jokes,

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A councillor from South Gloucestershire, who says he's been

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inspired by the tweets of President Trump, has been accused

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Philip Winter, who serves on the lowest tier of local

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government, a parish council, has been suspended

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He's a councillor who nails his colours to the mast,

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Philip Winter is outspoken locally, but now one comment on his Twitter

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Calling black people a derogatory word, and saying

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Mr Winter is on Almondsbury Parish Council, run from a small office

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Today, they have been overwhelmed by complaints.

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completely horrified and disgusted. The comments are racist and

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misogynistic. They are not the views of anyone on this council. A lot of

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the councillors have said to me that they don't want to set at the same

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table as him. Would you like him sacked? I would, definitely. This

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e-mail says what kind of people in Almondsbury would have that kind of

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person on the council, and remind me never to visit, ever. That is very

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sad, isn't it? What he has done is tarred the whole community.

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I think the comments reflect more on him than the community we live in. I

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feel quite disappointed. I would hate to think that it has brought

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the village and to distribute and that these people from outside, that

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is the impression of Almondsbury. Consider winter didn't want to

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appear on camera today. I spoke to him on the bone. He said the

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messages on his account are is this one particular about black people

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being deported have been altered by hackers. He believes he believes he

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has become a target. Ukip Centre bridge brief statement today saying

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that he had been suspended and an investigation will follow.

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The police say they have received a complaint and are investigating.

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All this after Mr Winter started at twitter account because he was

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inspired by Donald Trump. He said he feels like he's done nothing wrong

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and wants to stay on the parish council. Whether or not they want to

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keep him, is another thing entirely. Our reporter Andy Howard

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is here with us now. Andy, how did Philip Winter come

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to be a parish councillor? He was not elected, which might be a

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surprise to some. Four people left the council and only four people

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came forward, so proud of being cast he became at parish councillor. 18

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months ago he posted comments on Facebook which used offensive

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language towards Muslims, so he has been in the news. It is not unusual

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to get co-opted onto the parish council because there aren't

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volunteers, for example. Can they sack him? Not directly, no. This now

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goes to the local council, which is South Gloucestershire. An officer

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there will look at this case, they have had plenty of complaints, and

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work out whether Mr Winter has broken a code of conduct, which

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would've signed when he became a counsellor. If they can find he has,

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they can suspend him for fire him. All the parish council can do is

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call a special meeting and at that meeting their will unequivocally

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distanced themselves from what has been said on that twitter account.

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At this point, that is all they can do.

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Hundreds of demonstrators, including BAFTA award-winning

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film director Ken Loach, have gathered in Bath this evening

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to protest against council plans to move the city's central library.

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The authority claims it will save almost ?1 million a year.

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We are getting pretty used to these protests in bad. This is the second

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in as many months. We have lost most of our protesters tonight. Let's

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show you some shots of when it was in full swing, about 45 minutes ago.

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There were several hundred of them outside the Guildhall. The council

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say this isn't about the library closure, it is about a library

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relocation, going from about 200 relocation, going from about 200

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metres up the road the, to about 400 metres in the opposite direction,

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down to the bus station. Moving from the centre of Bath, to the edge. The

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council say they need to do that because they have a big hole in the

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budget. They need to save ?37 million by 2020. They have already

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saved 12 million from the budget this year. There are various ways

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they are thinking of doing that. One is a ?5.6 million cut in adult

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social care. There could be job losses, and also modernising the

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library service. They reckon that will save you time a year. That is a

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significant part of the overall cuts they need to make. Lots of voices

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here tonight is very vocal about the library but perhaps the most famous

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was the film director Ken Loach, fresh from winning habit after the

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other day. He said he passionately believes that the council should not

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be relocating the library. The library is a big feature

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in the centre of Bath. It's a place where people

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can come and read. It really expresses something

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of the community of the city, The idea that it's closed and put

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some were less accessible, it's generally diminished,

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the books are fewer. We also spoke to a lady called Julie

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Hazlewood. She volunteered at the library for five years and she is

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deeply upset. They said -- she's said they should be cutting other

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things before they touched the library.

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Why do they have to take away the beautiful things,

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the beautiful libraries, the beautiful parks,

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So, there we are, lots of people back trying to convince the council

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who are inside right now that they should leave the library service

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It's Valentine s Day and you're watching BBC Points West

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And on the programme, lots more to bring you too.

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Including: Off to play rugby up North - Bath confirm that

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George Ford will be leaving at the end of the season.

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A lamp for lovers - we find out more about the last

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Valentine Lamp in Somerset about to be lit in a

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A brothel in Weston-super-Mare was closed for business this

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morning, following our investigation which revealed teenage girls

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were employed to hand out leaflets several years ago.

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Today, we've uncovered further allegations about more recent delays

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in protecting vulnerable young people in the town.

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Here's our health correspondent, Matthew Hill.

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Butterfly's is normally open for business 24/7,

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but this morning I was told it was closed.

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I mean, if there was something going on, why haven't

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So the police have not been here yet?

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There's nothing going on, somebody is making up stories.

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We can prove you are from our footage.

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This follows our revelations on last night's Inside Out West.

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Undercover footage shows Butterfly's is a brothel and we presented

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evidence that teenage girls helped out four years ago cleaning

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For over a decade, Butterfly's has been operating in plain sight

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of the Conservative controlled council, the police

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I wanted to ask the Conservative MP for Weston, John Penrose,

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what he thought about how the police and the council have handled these

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He preferred to give me this statement, which says:

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"I'm very concerned about what may be new evidence, especially about

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what goes on inside Butterfly's and shall be taking all these issues

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It's wrong, definitely wrong, but it's not

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Well, I think it should be closed down, yes?

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Tonight, we can also reveal new concerns about how vulnerable

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Leaked documents show there were safeguarding concerns

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Two teenage girls suspected to be at risk of grooming.

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The delay was "unacceptable" and confidence low about

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North Somerset Council told us: "All safeguarding concerns

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are treated seriously and properly investigated.

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A strategy meeting to discuss the concerns relating to the girls

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was held the day after we became of their identities.

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The opinions expressed in the meeting appear to have been

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made without knowledge of the work underway at the time to protect

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But questions remain about what is going on under

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It's been announced there's going to be a crackdown on binge

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drinking at this year's Cheltenham Festival,

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As well as limiting the amount of alcohol people can buy

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inside the racecourse, over in the town centre,

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council enforcement officers are to be given more powers to issue

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on-the-spot fines to anyone who's overindulged and misbehaving.

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Two professional footballers photographed urinating

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Then one, Northampton Town's James Collins,

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These photographs, taken at the start of last year's

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Cheltenham Festival, made national headlines,

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fuelling the boozy reputation that some critics have given the event

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Alcohol consumption during that week, we get the impression

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is going up year on year so we need to have more tools in our toolbox

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At the festival itself, drinks will now be limited to four

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Organisers say they don't want people to come purely to drink.

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They want racegoers to enjoy the festival

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without being blighted by those drinking irresponsibly.

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But of course, it's not just inside the racecourse that

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Every single year during festival week, tens of thousands

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of extra pints are drunk here in Cheltenham town centre.

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Its enforcement officers, like Brian Daughtrey here,

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will be given extra powers to curb anti-social behaviour,

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confiscate alcohol and, if necessary, hand out on-the-spot

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Previously, only the police have been able to do this.

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Needy get a lot of unseemly behaviour during the daytime, people

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who are pre-drinking before they go to the racecourse. The image

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definitely needs cleaning up. Having watched from afar for the last few

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years, things have definitely changed, and I wouldn't say that the

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better. The alcohol is a downside. People have a tendency not to know

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when to stop and that is what brings it down. The pubs, clubs, hotels

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think it is a great time, but I think it is really encouraging that

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the racecourse is working more closely with puppets is here to make

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sure they played their part in cutting down on the excessive

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drinking that goes on. Organisers hope that this year's festival will

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be remembered for the racing. A Bath and England player is leading

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the campaign for research Dave Attwood has been raising tens

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of thousands of pounds for dementia. Initially, his aim was to help

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sufferers, but over the last three years he's switched his focus

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to the links with concussion. Recent figures revealed the number

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of reported incidents rose during the last season for the sixth

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year in a row and it now accounts What started your interest

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in dementia and research? Initially, I was raising money as

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Anna London Irish of Bristol University. It was through my

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grandparents, they both suffered with dementia, so I had first-hand

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experience on degenerative brain diseases. Bristol University had

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some strong links with neuroscience going on. I met some of the guys

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there, just copy table conversation, and it spread rugby and how

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concussion is a growing concern in rugby. Then we started talking about

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potential links across that. Do you reckon there is a link between the

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two? I really hope there isn't. I'm sure if there is a link it is not a

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hugely strong link. The truth is, we don't really know. We can say with

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certainty there is no link and that is what concerns me. When I was a

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young child and I wanted to play rugby, the more you can find out

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about it, your body will go through wear and tear, that is fine, but you

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never think the wear and tear your brain will go through. The worry is

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that you spent 15 years playing professional rugby, and 15 years

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later down the line you are starting to see the early onset of

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Alzheimer's and dementia, stuck to that. We don't want to have to deal

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with that. Potentially, it could there. The fact that it is rising so

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much, why do you think that is? Is there a change in the game? People

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are getting bigger, faster, stronger. Sports science is getting

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better. We are heavier and bulkier, more lean. That means that the

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collisions involved are bigger and stronger, the way the game has

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evolved, players are playing the game for longer so there are more

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conditions and ball. The second part of this, with the new assessment on

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concussion, we are seeing more of it. We are seeing more concussion is

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happening in rugby. I was doing some research on the First World War and

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I saw pictures of Dean to rugby players, they were an ordinary size,

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11 stone. Now it is so different. You devised a special helmet which

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might help. There is a grey area. There is some development of the new

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head guard that some people have suggested will help concussion.

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There is nothing concrete on the ground saying that head guards will

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limit concussion. I purely wear a scrum because my mum tells me too.

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It is to stop me getting cauliflower ears and cuts and abrasions, to look

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pretty pictures is the gist it. The interesting thing about these new

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guys with the head guard, they were the first people that are starting

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to look at the science of the head guard and Hayek might actually

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impact what is going on in the brain during these collisions. There is so

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much more could talk about. And keep coming in to talk us. I keep telling

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my son to pass the ball! It scares me to death. Thanks for coming in.

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Now this is a story you'll be interested in, Dave.

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Bath Rugby have confirmed that your fellow England

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international George Ford will leave at the end of the season

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He will re-join Leicester Tigers, whose current fly-half,

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Freddie Burns, is moving the other way.

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Ever since his dad, Mike, was sacked as head coach

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at the end of last season, there have been rumours that

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George Ford was unhappy and wanted to leave.

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Now the club has made public the news that

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I think it is one of those things, you never want to lose a guy he is

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world-class, but on the other side you want players that are happy to

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here. Obviously, he put wasn't comfortable planning his future

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George arrived from Leicester in 2013 and during that time

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has become a regular England international.

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Still only 23, he has his best years ahead of him,

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just not in the blue, black and white.

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Most supporters have felt that George has been a bit unsettled the

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season, maybe during parts of last season. There will be glad there is

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clarity in this situation. George is an immensely talented rugby player,

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but if you see is his future being at Leicester, we will wish him well.

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Bath Rugby have softened the blow of Ford's departure by announcing

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that fellow England international Freddie Burns will replace him.

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Born and raised in the city, and having come through the club's

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academy, Freddie now has the chance to make his mark on the first team.

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I met him and he is an outstanding young man. He is a good character.

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He is also really aware of his strengths and weaknesses and wants

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to be involved in the team and really enjoys the rugby we are

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With the speculation over, Bath's focus will be on staying

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in the Premiership play-off places, with another Twickenham

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Now, of course, today is Valentine s Day.

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If you need a romantic place for a proposal tonight,

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then you could consider under the Valentine Gaslamp

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It's the last working one left in Somerset.

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But as Michelle Ruminski reports, the tradition of lighting

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it could soon die out unless an apprentice is found.

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Reg's love affair with the Valentine Lamp all began

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when he found its cast iron column in a skip.

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Over nearly three decades, he has put his heart

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and soul into restoring it, decorating it with symbols of love,

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All I know is that I got carried away and I think, in a way,

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I fell in love with the lamp by accident and it controlled me

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Because I often say, "Whyever did I start",

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but having started and rather liking the romance, it's difficult to stop.

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And it's fair to say the Valentine Gaslamp has

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a special place in many other people's hearts to.

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You can't fault him and I'm just hoping that people take good care

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of it because you won't find anything like that anywhere else.

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How many years have you been going to the ceremony?

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So it really does mean something to you?

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And a lot of other people around here, as well.

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None more so than Dave and Sue - Reg's daughter.

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This is here two years ago that I proposed to Sue and brought

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with me a heart-shaped red cushion and got down on one knee

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Great shock, but a wonderful shock and we're now planning to get

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married and live the rest of our lives together,

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but we'll will always have that history with the Valentine Lamp.

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But with Reg growing older and his family living up North,

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he is urgently looking for someone to replace him.

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About five foot 11, I would say - pushing it!

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You see, I'm looking for a lamp-lighter to take over.

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Tonight, Reg has done the honours for the 23rd time.

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He's hoping his lamp lighting tradition will spark someone else

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In the last hour, the Valentine Lamp has been lit in a special ceremony.

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Around 100 people turned out to celebrate this annual

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My friend propose that a fish and chip shop in Warminster, anywhere

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can be romantic. Was the answer yes? It was. At the next bag of chips.

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Today is all about love and true love is hard to find.

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But some of you watching tonight have struck gold and been married

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Gordon and Maureen Rutley, from Clevedon in North Somerset,

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For Valentine s Day, they've shared their story

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with us and their secret for a happy marriage.

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Maureen was sat on the lap of Shirley, her friends. I was going to

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pass Shirley for the bands. I plucked up courage and walked across

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and Maureen stood up. I felt embarrassed away thought I had

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better dance with her now! He had the most ghastly, horrific tie on

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and I thought, my golly, he is a space! For the first year of our

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relationship you were still in the RAF, so the letters went back and

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forth between Bristol and Lyneham. We got together at weekends. That's

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right. We were married at Saint Barnabas Church, Daventry Road. We

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had the reception at Maureen's Mum's house. We didn't stay the whole

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time. We disappeared to Temple Meads where we booked a holiday in a hotel

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called the Mayfair in Piccadilly. My best trade is a make a cup of tea

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every morning, take it in, we can wrap, say, it is time for tea,

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Maureen. I normally grown. You normally prudent and moan. Anyway,

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she drinks the teeth, but that has been every day except when I have

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been in hospital. Isn't that lovely? I make tea for my

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telly husband, yes. I make it for you occasionally.

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Finally tonight, the Duchess of Cornwall was taken

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for a Valentine s Day spin today and joked "don't tell my husband".

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Camilla, who was on a day of engagements in Bristol

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without Prince Charles, dropped in on a tea party run

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The Sun's royal photographer, Arthur Edwards, charmed the Duchess

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onto the dance floor, saying, "I want to dance with

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Later, the Duchess remarked, "Thanks for the dance, Arthur.

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Now to someone who loves the weather - Ian, who's up on the roof.

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How's it looking for Valentine s night?

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Tomorrow will start when Tariq, with a fairly prolonged fears of fairly

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mild weather, which should last the remainder of this Mac -- this month.

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It might turn colder again in the mid-heart of March, but that is a

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long way away. Tomorrow, to add dry start, an area of showery rain

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pushing up from the south-west, likely to turn heavily. The chant of

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some brighter weather in the afternoon, with the chance of some

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showers, but they will die away into the afternoon and honour to the

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evening. A band of rain across us at the moment. The occlusion runs its

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way north eastwards, then it will tail off as we get better known to

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the day, by which stage we are into a more mild south-westerly flow that

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will dominate the pattern for the rest of the week. At the moment, the

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light rain is trying away at the minute. A lot of hill fog and that

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will continue to be the case with the course of the night. It will be

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a mild night, by early tomorrow morning though showery outbreaks of

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rain coming up from the south-west. Cabbages will start tomorrow at 67

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Celsius. Then it is a case of waiting for the rain to arrive. They

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will be showery and fashion, but they could come together and it

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could be some thundery downpours. By the afternoon the showers will tail

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off into the evening. Temperatures will get up to ten or 11 Celsius

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tomorrow, they can get as high as 12 or 13. That could be some fog around

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to start at the estate. Other than that, a decent day, a quiet one. It

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will be noticeably mild. Happy Valentines night. We will see

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you again tomorrow.

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