23/02/2017 Points West


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

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The mum of Christopher Halliwell's last victim tells us of her fears

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as the police continue to dig at his former house in Swindon.

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I think it's highly unlikely that he wouldn't have killed

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more people than the two that we already know about.

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Wiltshire Police now say they'll need more time than expected

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The raid that found a million pound cannabis farm hidden deep underneath

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Shorter school days becase we're short of cash.

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The education trust proposing to ring the bell

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And from protecting war heroes to sheltering garden plants,

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the amazing story of this Lancaster gunner pod.

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The mother of Christopher Halliwell's final victim says

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she thinks it's almost inevitable that there are more

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She was speaking as the police announced they'll need more time

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to continue their forensic search of his former home in Swindon.

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Halliwell is already serving two life sentences for the murders

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of Becky Godden in 2003 and Sian O'Callaghan

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Sian's mum Elaine has been speaking to our reporter, Andrew Plant.

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The police search at the back of these Swindon houses

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goes on - the former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell.

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The sounds from inside - a mechanical digger,

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forensic teams taking away wheelie bins full of the soil

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Elaine Pickford's daughter Sian was Halliwell's second victim.

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The question now - are there others lying

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I personally believe with a psychopathic major -- nature,

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pathological liar, he would have slipped from everyday life and then

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whatever his trigger was, he would then be capable to go out and do

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what he has done to not only Sian but Becky and possibly others.

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Becky Godden was Halliwell's first victim, killed in 2003.

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But did Halliwell offend in the years before,

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Today, police said the search here would now go on into next week.

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Initially this was expected to last five days. However, work at the site

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will pause for the weekend on Friday and we will reconvene to commence

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surging once again on Monday next week.

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Sian's mother has studied the killer and believes it's likely

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I personally believe once he had got to that level of being able to

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commit that sort of crime and getting his nature and his history

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and his unnatural urges, sexually, I think he would -- would not have

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been able to contain did for eight years.

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a plea bargain during interviews with police last year.

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"If I confess," he said, "will that stop everything else?"

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Police say they are digging here in intelligence they've received.

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But so far, haven't said what, if anything, they've found.

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Now, as we've just seen in the national news,

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a massive cannabis farm has been discovered deep beneath

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the Wiltshire countryside, in an old nuclear bunker.

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Police carried out a midnight raid in Chilmark,

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just south of Warminster and found several thousand plants

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thought to be worth more than a million pounds.

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Our reporter Scott Ellis is in the local pub, the Black Dog.

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Chilmark is as pretty a Wiltshire village as you can imagine, church,

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stone building, many of them thatched and a lovely local pub. We

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can show you drilled footage of worthy cannabis was found, sent in

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by a viewer. You can spot a metal tower, that is where the nuclear

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bunker is. Was built to house Government officials and there are

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20 rooms, in each room at 200 cannabis plants. It is ?1 million

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haul of cannabis. Colin is here. Have you ever known anything like it

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Chilmark? Not in the time I've been here, that's for sure. Did you see

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anything happening last night? No, not a thing, I was sleeping, honest.

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What about you? I was sleeping with him. Did you know anything about

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this or suspect anything? Not a thing, no. It is a very sleepy

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village and we are very close to the 303, ten miles from Stonehenge. No

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reason for it to happen? Did you see anything last night? No, we didn't

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see a thing but there was the cricket EGM here last night. We

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didn't take any notice of the van we saw going past. Well done, thank you

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all very much. The police are saying locals did play their part in all of

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this because it was local dog walkers that we had smelt cannabis

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that was all logged and written down and it made a part of their

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three-month investigation and helped them pinpoint the cannabis factory

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and it was from there they took their action last night. 12 of them

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hiding out in the trees waiting for the suspects to come out, the new

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that was the only way in because it was in impenetrable nuclear bunker.

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Scott, thank you very much for that. Storm Doris has been felt

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across the West with gusts Hundreds of homes have been

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without power and train passengers Here, at Sand Bay, gusts of up

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to 60 miles per hour battered the coastline,

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but still a few hardy souls, and one I feel like I've been

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sand blasted the whole Really, really windy,

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really, really bad. So we're going home now

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for a nice cup of tea. The good news is that

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Storm Doris should have blown herself out sometime

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this afternoon, we hope! So if you haven't walked the dog

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yet, or you want to walk down the beach, maybe here

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at Sand Bay, perhaps leave it But Doris went on to

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wreak more havoc first. Up the coast at Clevedon,

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planks were pulled off parts of the pier for safety reasons,

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and the view across the Cheddar reservoir looked more

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like the open seas. On dry land, hundreds

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of homes across the west By the afternoon,

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the main entrance to one of Bath's biggest car parks

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on Charlotte Street was temporarily out of action,

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when a large tree came down. Another - on the other

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side of the city - crushed a pick-up-truck,

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and damaged several other cars. But in Bristol, it was a different

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story, after a man was hit Eyewitnesses said it fell

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from a building on Temple Way. The man's injuries have

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been described as minor. The road closure continues to affect

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traffic around the M32. Also down for much of the afternoon

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was the railway line between Bristol Temple Meads

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and Birmingham because It's since been reopened,

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but delays are anticipated Well, hopefully you've made it home

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OK and are now safe and dry It is exiting the stage, tomorrow is

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a very different day. The details later in the programme.

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And ten years of tickling the ivories.

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The worldwide public pianos project hoping to celebrate its first decade

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An education trust in south Gloucestershire is considering

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shortening the school day because it says it's reached crisis

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The Olympus Trust, which runs seven schools,

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has written a letter to parents outlining all the options.

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They include parents being asked to make regular

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financial contributions and reducing the curriculum.

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The head of the Olympus Trust is calling it a perfect storm.

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And he's not referring to Storm Doris.

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South Gloucestershire has been amongst the country's worst

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At the same time, there are more pupils to teacha

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and the schools need to pay increased pension and national

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It means that in September, both Bradley Stoke and

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will have to reduce spending by over 8%, that's ?400,000 each.

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The solution to this funding crisis: in the Trust's own words,

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Like, shortening the school day, asking parents to make regular

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financial contributions, reducing the number of teachers,

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and reducing support roles across the schools.

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For example, pastoral support, counsellors, and

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The Government recently announced changes to funding

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for schools to make it fairer across the country.

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South Gloucestershire was supposedly one of the winners -

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their funding will actually go up by 2.4%.

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But it varies from school to school, and here,

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It's not just about this year and next year being really tight,

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it is the fact that in the future it's going to continue

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And some of the things we're going to have to question and put

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on the table are some really unpleasant ideas.

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And one of those unthinkables is possibly shortening the school day?

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It's certainly something that we've put on the table.

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And idea which hasn't gone down well with these sixth formers.

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We're not going to have enough time to learn,

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I think it will really lower the performance of our school.

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I think I was most concerned about the cuts to the week,

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So not just the day, but also having a four-day week,

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which I think is really going to impact how students

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learn because every day and every lesson counts.

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This parent says she would be prepared to contribute

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financially to the school, but shouldn't have to.

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What about those families that are on an absolute

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They know what living under a budget is.

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They haven't got that choice to say, "Yes,

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I can pay ?200 a month, maybe, to send my child to school."

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Or get an extra tutor after school to give a bit of an extra boost.

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Education is for everybody, not just for the well off.

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Two years ago, more than 100 teachers at the Winterbourne Academy

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in south Gloucestershire went on strike, partly

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Discontent among schools in the area is on the increase.

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An independent investigation into a former Avon and Somerset

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police doctor has found he fell woefully or grossly below common

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and acceptable standards during ten medical examinations.

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The report also found there were several missed

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opportunities to act upon concerns about Dr Reginald Bunting,

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Victims complained about being made to strip naked unnecessarily

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The M4 in Wiltshire was closed earlier because of a lorry fire.

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Police shut both sides of the motorway around junction 17

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for Chippenham because of the heat and thick smoke.

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All three lanes of the eastbound carriageway have now reopened,

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The driver of the lorry was uninjured.

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The Secretary of State for local government came west today,

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and faced criticism over cuts being made by councils.

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Sajid Javid visited Somerset, Bath and Wiltshire,

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to help his fellow Conservatives prepare for the local

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But he's under pressure over falling funding

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for local government, and the effect that's

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Our political editor Paul Barltrop joins us from outside

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This is the latest of the west councils to be setting their budget,

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the meeting starts at 7pm, a little protest is going on. What is

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happening here is rather unique. The conservative Administration are

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setting up parish councils. They will take over the running of some

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services, the also ramped up council tax. If you live in Swindon, any

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band D household, you could see your tax rise between ?19 and ?160. The

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council here hope that will enable services to be kept running, however

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in other parts of the west Country, they're having to rely more on cuts.

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A visit today by the secretary of State for local Government enabled

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some conservative colleagues to speak out.

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The Secretary of State was in Wells to campaign

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They hope to keep control of the county council

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But even before he headed West, he'd heard of its financial plight.

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This year, Somerset County Counci and the district councils

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in our area have now set their budgets, and those painful

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Parliament was debating funding for local government.

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We have to now accept that, in rural areas, public services have

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not just been cut to the bone, they've had

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Only last week, Somerset's leader John Osman passed

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He was able to share his frustrations in private.

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?120 million plus of savings we've had to find over the last eight

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years and I made that point to the Secretary of State today.

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And we need a long-term funding solution.

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From the minister, the standard government response...

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Funding can be challenging across the country.

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We've got a situation today where I think most people accept

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we've got to become a country that lives within its means.

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That means every part of Government has to contribute to that.

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Councillors here have cut more than raise taxes,

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Is a ?161 rise in council tax for a band D taxpayer acceptable,

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which is what is going to be voted through in Swindon

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by the Conservative administration tonight?

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I'm here to talk about Somerset and this is a great manifesto.

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And that was all he would say on the matter.

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Back here in Swindon, the meeting starts at 7pm. We will know by

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tonight whether the budget has gone through. People here in Swindon

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would get to have a say on it. There aren't local elections this year.

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Brave one else in the West Country, they can express an opinion at the

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ballot box on May the 4th. Paul, thank you.

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Scientists at Bath University may have found a link between

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Now, it's well-known that high blood sugar can lead to diabetes,

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but what hasn't been clear is why diabetes patients

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have an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's,

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Our health correspondent, Matthew Hill reports.

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This dementia activity club, run by the Bristol charity Alive,

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That's because more and more people are being diagnosed with dementia.

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And there's another growing problem in the elderly - diabetes.

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It can double a person's risk of developing dementia,

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but we still don't really understand how the two conditions are linked.

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But these researchers have found a vital clue.

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They've identified a specific effect of high blood glucose

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on an enzyme in the brains of people with Alzheimer's.

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Scientists compared samples taken from people who have died

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They've developed a test using flourescent light to look

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for abnormal proteins in the brain that have been damaged by glucose.

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We see that when this protein is modified by glucose, it doesn't

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Another important function of this protein is regulation of insulin,

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and that shows that there's a clear link between the immune system,

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glucose regulation, and Alzheimer's disease.

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Having proven this link, the team are now going to investigate

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if they can detect these telltale signs in blood for an early

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We certainly think it could have power in identifying those

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at risk with what we call a modifiable risk factor.

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High glucose, we could do something about that.

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So if we can use this as a simple blood test

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to identify those at risk, we could then use it to validate

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potential interventions to reduce high glucose in the blood,

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such as lifestyle changes, dietary changes,

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The search for answers to prevent Alzheimer's

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In the last ten years, the number of adults worldwide

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living with the disease has jumped from almost 26 million

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But this latest scientific advance shows another possible reason

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We are talking to the Alzheimer's Society in the ten o'clock news.

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Bristol city remain just three points above the relegation zone

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after another disappointing defeat last night.

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They lost 2-0 to Fulham with the visitors scoring a goal

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It's the tenth time that City have lost in 13 league games.

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An extremely rare Second World War gunner's turret

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from a Lancaster bomber is to go to auction tomorrow,

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No-one knows how or why it ended up in the west,

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but it is expected to make far more than the guide price.

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Andy Howard has stepped back in time to have a look.

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The Lancaster bomber - one of the most famous aircraft

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Which is probably why there's so much interest in one

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Found in someone's garden in Bath, where it had been for 70 years -

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the gunner's turret, a very dangerous place.

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This is where the gunner would have been.

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The Lancaster was quite a slow aircraft, so it would have had other

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Two machine guns would have been fixed to the frame, here.

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You can see where they would have come out.

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But if they failed, or the bullets run out, then you'd have

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I know this is not quite right, but you can imagine what it

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All that separated you from the outside world...

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So how did this historic turret end up lodged in someone's garden?

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The owner of the house has no idea how it got there,

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it was there when he bought it in 1950.

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So we actually know very little about it at all.

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I thought you were going to give me some dramatic story.

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Bath was bombed for three days in 1942, but no

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We genuinely just do not know how this ended up in Bath.

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It's certainly been in the wars all right, in more ways than one.

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The bullet holes aren't actually from battle, but, they think,

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It's even been used as a greenhouse in its time.

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This is the first original one that we've ever seen.

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We've had interest from all over the world for it.

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Everybody that's seen it so far has gone, "Wow.

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And their friends come round, and they go, "I've got a turret

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Well, if you'd like to buy it, the guide price

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is between ?100 and ?200 - for a piece of old aluminium

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Mind you, it's seen some pretty historic days, too.

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And you won't believe what else goes on sale at the same

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This, a bank note, believed to have been owned

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by Wild West gunfighter Billy the Kid!

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Apparently, it was found on him when he was killed.

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We'll let you know what both items fetch tomorrow.

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We were hoping to talk to the artist Luke Jerram about the return

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For brothers from Bristol are running 100 miles every day. The two

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sets of twins want to raise ?100 for children in Kenya who have been

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orphaned due to AIDS. They have organised this fundraising effort

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all by themselves, with only two days left of the challenge, we

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caught up with them to find out how it's going.

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I'm 13. I'm 13. I'm 12. I'm 12. We are running a mile for 100 days. We

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came up with the idea to run a mile every day for 100 days. Sometimes

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before school we will do it. We have marked out a route where we get

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picked up and then we get in the car and go to school. It has been really

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difficult, especially when the weather is bad and you have to run

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inside and you are tired, but we always do it and keep going. We are

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raising money for a charity for children in Kenya. They have so

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little and we have so much. It is nice to give. Our first original

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goal was ?1000 that we are over that now, so we will just see how much we

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can hit now. The money could go towards a bus for the kids who live

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far away from school, you can't go there. Please sponsor us! Their last

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mile is on Saturday and they want lots of people to join them.

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We were hoping to talk to the artist Luke Jerram about the return

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of his public pianos project to the Bristol later this summer,

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but he like many Bristolians has been caught up in the traffic chaos

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in the centre of the city and sadly can't join us but we do have

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Now just before Ian brings us the forecast, we had

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If you could only choose one photo to sum up the day,

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This is Rosie out for her morning walk

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at Sand Point in North Somerset, feeling the full

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Did you say Doris or Gladys? I did says Doris. The earpiece here it is

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catching the wind. I thought, my goodness, he has even got the name

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of it wrong. I think risking a dog that small actually upon those North

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Somerset coastal districts was quite brave because we had wind gusts

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earlier on today which were touching 67 mph, up over the top of Exmoor,

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little Whittington on the Cotswolds, we had 66 mph, and really across the

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West Country, a number of areas between 50 or 60 mph gusts,

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especially in the early to mid part of the afternoon. Those winds are

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abating. The forecast tomorrow will be chopped and cheese combo today.

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The winds will be considerably later, a fine, very day, a fair

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amount of sunshine through the morning after a chilly start. As we

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go through the afternoon, varying amounts of cloud but it will stay

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dry until later in the evening with the potential of light patchy rain

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coming in from the west. An altogether different day from the

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one we have just been going through. Storm Doris is to party no art

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towards the south-east. The strongest winds following in its

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wake. A ridge of high pressure settles on tonight and into

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tomorrow, hence the much, weather. There will be more rain as we head

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into Saturday. The key thing with Saturday is it will one against

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return a mild erythema and a windier one as well. For the time being, the

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winds are dying down, it still gusts or 40 miles an hour plus, many

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fading away as we get to this evening. A much quieter night and it

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will be a chilly one as well. One or two spots might have a risk of

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ground frost with temperatures somewhere between one and two

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Celsius. It should be a bright start, a good deal of sunshine

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around to get us under way on Friday. The only significant change

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is going to be more cloud starting to develop into the afternoon, still

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bright, but that cloud thickens up towards the west from the evening

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and you can see the potential for some patchy rain trying to creep in

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from that direction. Many of you will have had a dry day up to that

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point. Temperatures down down on today. Winds will pick up. There

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will be more chance of patchy rain in the second half of Saturday.

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We will see you at ten o'clock. Goodbye.

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