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I would like the police force to come out openly and say this

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investigation is at an end and there is no foundation for believing the

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rumours. We'll hear more about

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what's been reported Arrests are made over

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the trouble which marred A day of action to highlight

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the role that migrant workers play And we meet the man who has

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immortalised the journey of one of the last travelling mail trains

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for a first class stamp. There are calls tonight

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for Wiltshire's Chief Constable to explain how details

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of his force's investigation into Sir Edward Heath ended up

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in a Sunday newspaper. Officers have been

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investigating the former Prime Minister as part of a wider

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sexual abuse enquiry. Our Home Affairs Correspondent

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Charlotte Callen reports. It all started here at

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the gates of Sir Edward I am appealing to anybody that has

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been a victim of crime or a witness to something that may have taken

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place concerning Edward Heath. At a cost of more than ?800,000

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Operation Conifer has been trawling through every aspect of the former

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Prime Minister's life Wiltshire Police say

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they have a duty to properly investigate all allegations

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of historical sexual abuse. Newly elected, Heath takes his place

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in Number Ten in 1970. Now his place in the history

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books is uncertain. With such a high profile

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investigation, there's no surprise None more so than from friends,

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like his former agent, a woman who worked with

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Sir Edward for many years. It should have stopped months

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and months and months ago. It is destroying the idea of a man

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who is blameless. are concerned about apparent leaks

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or briefings to the Mail on Sunday about operational details

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in this case. Yesterday the paper

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claimed that more than 30 alleged victims had come forward,

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that the Chief Constable, Mike Veale, was certain

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allegations were 120% genuine. The level of detail contained in the

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newspaper reports has led some comic including friends and politicians

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wonder whether there was a leak within the investigating team. I

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asked the police today if they had been involved in any way with this

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story but they refused and Sir. I asked them if the 30 plus figure

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five victims was also correct but again they refused to mention

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anything. The Chief Constable has

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always said he is in sole charge of Operation Conifer

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and that no details on numbers of alleged

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victims would be released. I rightly accept the scrutiny and it

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is important to affirm to the public and my staff that the conduct of

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this investigation is my responsibility and my responsibility

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alone. This afternoon the

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Conservative MP James Gray told me if the leak came

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from the Chief Constable, And that this kind of briefing

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risked prejudicing the inquiry. So far there have been two arrests

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from the investigation but they have no link

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to Sir Edward Heath. For now his life remains

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under investigation. Charlotte joins me now. Where is

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this investigation now and where does it go? The police have issued a

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detailed statement. They are keen to clarify that they have to fully

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investigate these allegations brought to them by victims and will

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do that without any fear or favour. Saying they will not be swayed on

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this investigation. They have said speculation that is happening in the

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newspapers is unhelpful to be investigation but they are yet to

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give us any clarification on how they may have got those details. We

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are ?890,000 -- there is ?890,000 that has been spent on theirs. By

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the end of the year, it could be more like ?1 million being spent on

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it. What I have been told by friends of Edward and MPs is that when that

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report comes back, they wanted to have a conclusion. He guilty of

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sexual abuse or was he not guilty? What they won't accept is a report

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that he is protected from the public eye or comes to no. We are getting

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breaking news that will ship a loose is -- Wiltshire Police are digging

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at two properties in relation to Christopher Halliwell. This is one

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of the largest investigations they have had to had to deal with.

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Progression is happening today. Sean memory had opened the investigation

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into whether Christopher Halliwell killed more victims. He killed Becky

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Godden and Sean O'Callaghan in 2011. He is serving life for those murders

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and he is serving a sentence. Questions about whether he could

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have killed more people. Today they have issued a statement saying that

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specialist officers are carrying out excavation work within the gardens

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of two properties in broad Street as part of their ongoing investigation

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being carried out by the major crime investigation team. This relates to

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intelligence that the force has received and they say they are

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unable to comment further. We will bring you more as we get it.

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An inquest's been told that a patient who took her own life

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at Bristol's Southmead Hospital wasn't being supervised

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because vital information wasn't handed over between staff.

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Carolyn Brock fell to her death in August last year.

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Pam Caulfield reports from Flax Bourton Coroners Court.

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Carolyn Brock was admitted to hospital on 4th of August last year

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as a voluntary patient. She wasn't detained under the Mental Health

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Act. She has been treated before anxiety and depression and tried to

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take a knife in July and there was a family history of suicide her son

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committed suicide in 2014. Five days before her death, on the Wednesday,

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Carolyn had made a statement on the ward round and said she wasn't going

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to recover and was going to die. It was at that point that they agreed

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her risk of suicide should be raised from medium to medium to high and

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she should have to be accompanied on leave. She shouldn't be allowed to

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go around the hospital grounds and escorted. The consultant

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psychiatrist said the staff were told about this and there was a note

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made in records. That was a Wednesday. The Sunday after, to took

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the lift the fifth floor of the hospital and jumped into the atrium

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and died of multiple injuries. The incident has been investigated and a

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report found there was in effect of communication from the handover from

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the week to the weekend. The nurse in charge at the weekend had

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assessed Carolyn Brock before she let her go but the report found that

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the care plan was not sufficiently robust enough to assess her suicide.

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The trust are due to give a statement at the end of the inquest.

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The family have been at the hearing. It is due to conclude tomorrow when

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the coroner will give her verdict. You're watching BBC

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Points West with Liz and Seb - thanks for starting

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your week with us. Minus the migrants -

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campaigners show how the economy And a diet to conquer the ice -

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the team needing 5,000 calories a day to achieve

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their Antarctic dream. A driver's been sent to prison

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for more than seven years after an accident in Nailsea

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in which a teenager died. 23-year-old James Bisset from Yatton

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in North Somerset hit a group of pedestrians

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on Valentines Day last year, fatally Bisset was jailed for dangerous

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driving, and was banned from holding An Army Sergeant accused of trying

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to kill his wife by tampering with her parachute will go

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on trial in October. Victoria Cilliers, who's 40,

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was seriously injured during a jump Emile Cilliers has pleaded not

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guilty to two charges He was released on bail

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until the trial. Police say they'll be studying CCTV

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pictures of crowd trouble at Bristol Rovers' game

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against Port Vale at the weekend. Four people, including a match day

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official, were arrested. Staffordshire Police say more

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than 30 Rovers fans were thrown out of the ground during the game -

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some for racially abusing stewards. Our sports reporter

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Damian Derrick joins me. What more have to police said about

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what happened over the weekend? There was no indication of any

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problems and no history between these clubs.

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This all seems to have come about because of trouble

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in the away end of the ground during the second-half of the match.

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There is some suggestion that it started because of a row

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over a lack of seating but that is yet to be confirmed.

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We do have some more detail on the arrests.

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A 52-year-old man was arrested for racially aggravated abuse

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Another 23-year-old male has been arrested

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One match day official has been arrested for assaulting

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a Bristol Rovers fan and another 52-year-old man for the assault

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of a police officer - all have been released on bail.

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And it wasn't just inside the ground -

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there was more trouble after the game?

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Yes Staffordshire Police say that afterwards,

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about 50 Rovers fans were in one of the car parks

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and that a disturbance broke out there between stewards

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Just to be clear, not all the rovers fans

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were involved in that, in fact one supporter told us he got

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caught up in it and was knocked to the ground as a policeman swung

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He also claims pepper spray was used.

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The police say trained officers were deployed to get

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We also know that four men and two women suffered minor injuries -

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they were treated on site by St John's Ambulance and got

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Not a word from Port Vale but Rovers have released a statement.

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Because the match took place at Vale Park, any investigation

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into the incidents has to be led by Port Vale and

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They say they've been inundated with eye witness accounts

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which they've sent on to Port Vale and Avon and Somerset Police,

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They finish by saying because investigations are ongoing,

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it would be inappropriate for the club to make any

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Bristol's in the the top three cities in the country for the number

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The city's problem is up there with London and Manchester

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despite dozens of extra emergency beds.

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Now a charity's urging people to help out

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by helping them track down rough sleepers.

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And ready support workers are ready hit the streets.

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I touched base with him to see how he was doing and gave him a hot

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coffee. I will come back tomorrow to get support to get him off the

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street. There are around 70 people sleeping

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rough across Bristol. Many hidden in doorways

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and car parks. And that's where the outreach

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team wants your help. Using the street link

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website you can tell them It might be the first night that

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they have slept rough but we can go to them and get them off the

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streets. The longer they are, the more dangerous it is for them.

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Paul Britton's used the street link website.

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As a security guard at the Galleries he's witnessed

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And did his bit to alert the outreach team.

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Anybody can use it. It is there, it is easy and people can get the help

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that they need. The outreach team can

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get rough sleepers Keith Hathaway became

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a drug addict at 15. He spent years in and out

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of prison and homeless. They caught me on that day and it

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was a window of opportunity and I grabbed hold of it and I found

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myself in recovery. Bristol's laid on 70 extra

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emergency beds recently. But rough sleeping's

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still a major problem. This is a league table

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of rough sleeper numbers in the eight major English

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cities outside London. Bristol is caught in a spike of

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housing demand coming from people moving into Bristol and commuting

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from elsewhere and people at the bottom end of the rental market who

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are struggling to find somewhere to live.

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The City Council is promising 800 affordable homes by 2020.

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But with Bristol in the grip of a housing crisis.

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It's as well help is just a website away.

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Events have been taking place across the West to highlight migrant

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workers and their place in the local economy.

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This was one gathering in Bath this morning as part

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of the One Day without Us campaign with another at

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With Brexit about to begin, Robin Markwell has been exploring

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what the future might hold for migrants already

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The lunchtime rush at Los Gatos in Swindon.

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It's not just the dishes here that have a continental flavour.

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I am Max and I'm French. I am Irish. I am Spanish. I am Spanish.

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For Jose and Max - Brexit has made them think again

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If we have to live in England, it is good to come here. If people don't

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come, we lose our job. Brexit is a big thing which will make me stand

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up for myself and think about my future.

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So tonight, for one night only, the restaurant owner has asked

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all her European staff to stay at home.

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She wants to prove just how reliant her business has

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We don't set out to employee Spanish people and European people. We

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advertise locally and have never done anything else. People apply for

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jobs and we hardly ever get any local people applying for jobs to

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work here. The dicey issue for

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Government is this. Until Brexit negotiations get

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underway, there's unlikely to be any cast-iron guarantees

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for the European nationals It's a matter not just

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for Westminster then Their position does not change. We

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are hopeful in the re-negotiations, we will stabilise not only their

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position but the position of 1.3 million Britons in the EU. Let's not

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forget them as well in this equation.

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In Swindon's Park Estate, they voted heavily for Leave.

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It was a decision driven by uncontrolled

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They come over here and haven't been in the country five minutes and they

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are getting all our benefits. I voted out because of the foreigners.

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Not our country any more, is it? Public pressure on tightening our

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borders remains intense. But first politicians must

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reflect on the future A fundraising page for a Somerset

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man who suffered a severe electric shock has reached

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its ?100,000 target. Jamie Mines had his hands

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and a leg amputated after Thousands of people from around

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the world have donated to support him and his family

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through his recovery. He was known as the Usain Bolt

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of the water, but after Olympic gold, World and European titles,

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Ed McKeever has The sprint canoeist

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from Bradford Upon Avon won the men's single kayak

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at London 2012 but missed out on retaining his Olympic

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title in Rio last year. His 17-year career was recognised

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with an MBE in the 2013 Last month on Points West we

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introduced you to the Ice Maidens - elite soldiers who want to be

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the first all-woman team They were testing their mental

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toughness at Larkhill You could be more patient. You need

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to be more open. You need to be an little less productive.

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Fighting talk there from the Ice Maidens!

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Eventually, they'll be whittled down to a team of five.

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But for now, they've been out to Norway

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to work out the rations they'll need for their three-month

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A frozen Norweigian lake where drifting snow,

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and the biting cold, make just putting one ski in front

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Here keeping active and staying warm is crucial for staying in one piece.

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There's a potential I'm going to lose a finger or two

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so that's in the back of my mind but that's not enough to stop me.

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The determination of the Ice Maidens may not be in doubt,

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but there's a science for survival in the South Pole.

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It's a science that's so far only been written for men.

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There is no evidence on how women cope in these kinds

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of environments so if we can provide that evidence for future

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expeditions then they can have a much better idea of how

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to compose their rations and prepare.

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On this latest trip to Norway, the Ice Maidens are monitoring

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their food intake closely as they work out what

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We have a 5,000 calorie a day diet so for breakfast

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Then have an evening meal which is another dehydrated meal

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so everything is dehydrated, melt the snow, boil the water,

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then throughout the day we have about 2,500

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But, of course, eating has its consequences.

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So how does an Ice Maiden answer a call of nature

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We've each got individual pee funnel that means you reveal

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the least of you to the wind and to the elements as possible

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but if you need something a little bit more, build yourself a little

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wall, squat behind it trousers down do your business into the bag,

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you've got tissues to sort yourself out with then wrap bag and it goes

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in your polk and you drag that for the rest of the expedition.

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The expedition is expected to take 75 days.

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The only trace the Ice Maidens intend to leave

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behind is a place in the history books.

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Now we're bringing together what must be two of the nation's

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most popular hobbies - stamps, and trains.

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A set of stamps has been launched at Swindon's Steam Museum

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celebrating the history of our mail being carried by train,

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something immortalised in W H Auden's poem The Night Mail.

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Well, one of the stamps was designed by artist

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Ian Cryer from Keynsham, who's with us now.

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Crossing the border, let for the rich, letters that the poor,... One

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of the series of stamps was designed by a man who is with this now. Ian,

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here is your fine painting that features in the series. You come to

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secure this amazing commission? I had done a series of paintings for

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the people that operated the trains for the Post Office. When I heard

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the post offers trains worth finishing, I recorded the scene

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inside the carriage of the men sorting them out. What is it like

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that? It is like going back in time. It is a fantastic atmosphere. You

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wouldn't have thought it was 2003 when I painted it. What does it mean

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to secure something like this? It is a great passion of mine and the film

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made in 1935, the great romance, the intrigue about the Royal Mail

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travelling through the night. There is lots of interesting stories about

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the people who worked on the trains. It is a very human thing and about

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the people. Was the poem running through your head when you are in

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this train? It did indeed. It is that rhythm that is picked up in the

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poem. You don't just paint train scenery. What else are you

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passionate about? I am a landscape painter. I also paint a lot of

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interiors, particularly public house interiors. I love the

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characterisation of the people drinking. That must be hard work

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with a pint in my hand. I never drink when I am painting. You have

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the stamps there, haven't you? Looking at them now, that picture is

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going to be immortalised. Are you happy with it? Delighted. It was

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2003 when I painted it. I painted it on is back. It wasn't a commission

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at the time but it was taken up by Royal Mail and present to the stuff

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that was sadly made redundant by the reorganisation. -- staff. What

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memory will you take from that train journey? Trying to paint at 90 miles

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an hour was difficult. When I stopped for ten minutes while they

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sort of the mail, it was heaven. Thank you very much for coming in

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and bringing the painting. Thank you.

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Good evening. We have some quiet weather for the next few days unless

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you live high up. Anywhere above 800 feet, there is a lot of low cloud

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and Hill fog. The saving graces it is relatively mild with temperatures

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around 12 Celsius. The possibility of some patchy drizzle around. We

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have one weather front that stretches in front of us. This will

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be a pain. Very slow-moving. This is it this evening. Tomorrow, even by

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Wednesday, it is still here. The low pressure brings us some windy

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weather on Thursday. Until then, we are into that mild westerly flow

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which means a lot of cloud and a fair amount of drizzle coming as

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well. A lot of low cloud and extensive hill fog and an unusually

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mild night. For tomorrow, we are expecting to see a lot of cloud in

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general. It stays pretty much overcast. There might be a few

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breaks in the cloud. A brisk westerly breeze and the temperatures

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getting up to 11 Celsius. I mentioned as we move towards the end

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of the week, a different feel to the weather. This is Thursday. Deep low

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pressure and brisk winds flooding in introducing lower temperatures. It

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will feel quite a bit colder through Thursday. By Friday, quite a nice

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day although Friday morning could stop with a touch of Frost. The

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general outlook towards the weekend is for us to cool down. Temperatures

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down to three Celsius on Thursday night. Also on Thursday, it will be

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quite a windy day with those wins coming in from the West which could

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be touching gale force through the Bristol Channel and the Somerset

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Levels. Colder and brighter into Friday. That is all from me. It has

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been milder. Shame to hear it is going to change. Good time for a

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train journey. Just in case you didn't get a real view of that

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stamp, here it is. It is absolutely beautiful. He described himself as a

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modern Impressionist and you can see that. Beautiful. Amazingly, he has

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had no formal training. Quite incredible. He had to pay that at 90

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mph. Pretty good. Pretty steady hand. Thanks for watching. Goodbye.

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