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Our other headlines tonight: A shocking report into the project

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to electrify the railways - MPs say the western line

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The well heeled donor who left a thousand pounds in a sock

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The South Korean teaching us how to talk Bristol.

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A group of street salesmen from Bristol who say they're raising

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money for good causes deny they've been misleading the public.

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They sell leaflets across the country in the name

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But concerns have been raised that they could be

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mistaken for a charity, when they're not.

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Scott Ellis has this exclusive report.

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Two street vendors from the Bristol based organisation.

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Filmed by a passerby in Northampton recently.

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Their leaflets offer dietary advice - in exchange for donations.

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What worried the man filming was what appeared to be

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charity fundraising was in fact a business.

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One I was the well-intentioned that people should give money in the

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belief that they were giving to charity. It is certainly the case

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that everyone who gave thought they were donating to charity.

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Dan Plews called for a council licencing officer.

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Who arrived and said the leaflets were misleading.

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Because they featured the names of two charities.

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Since they weren't licenced for charity collections

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There have been others who've raised concerns about the street vendors.

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This is the same vendor being questioned by police

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Dan Budd says he spotted a vendor in Thornbury last year.

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Having lost his younger sister to cancer,

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he tried investigating more about where the money was going.

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There is no information at all about what percentages are going towards

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the publicity costs, staff costs, the people collecting or obviously

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ultimately what percentage is going to charity.

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The group behind the leaflets is called "Salubrious Periodicals."

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Their website has been taken down recently.

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It has a mailing address here in the centre of Bristol.

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But we managed to contact them by email.

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"A representative told us they set up Salubrious Periodicals

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after their son had to undergo tests for cancer.

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Saying they want to expose carcinogenic foods sold to children.

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They say the vendors we've mentioned thought they were acting legally.

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And they'll take steps to maintain good conduct.

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They add that if any customers feel they "misinterpreted

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the transaction" then they can have a full refund."

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They wouldn't tell us what per centage of their money

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The two charities mentioned in the leaflets told us

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And now they want their names taken off the leaflets.

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This former employee who worked for them but was an anonymous contact

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us. He left after four months saying that he discovered while he was

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there that the organisation was not linked to charity. It was not a good

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thing he was doing if you not being a charity because he was not proving

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to us he was paying a charity, we did not see any preferred evidence.

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We contacted the company about the claim that they have not replied.

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The Charity commission say they are aware of the concerns raised in the

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sub -- raised in this report and they say that street fundraisers

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should have a local authority licence. Adding that transparency

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with the public is key. Gerald Oppenheim is Head of Policy

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at the Fundraising Regulator - I asked him how people can be sure

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about where their money is going when they donate

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in the street? Look to see whether the person

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asking you for money is wearing something that identifies them

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clearly from a charity, check they have some identification and check

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that they know what they are collecting four. It is fine for them

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to ask these questions before they give? Absolutely because you need to

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be sure you're giving to something that is real. It is not illegal to

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sell leaflets but some people are finding it confusing and assuming

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that anyone holding a bucket in the street is from a charity. Does the

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need to be a change in the rules to make that clear? I think the rule

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change by the become located because there are things given out on the

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street, morning newspapers, that that is Beverley legal to do that so

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you would not want to catch things like that in changing the law. The

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important thing is if you think somebody is doing something they

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shouldn't that you report them to the police or the local authority.

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Lots of money is collected on the streets and health charities usually

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but what is your advice on the best way for members of the public to

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give? The best way is to take your time and make your own decisions

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about what you want to give to, how much you want to give up when you

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want to do it. All good charities have websites these days, you can

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donate online or you can even send an old-fashioned check if you want

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to. Thank you. A police search at the former

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Swindon home of murderer Christopher Halliwell has finished

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with no significant discoveries. Specialist officers have

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been checking the garden and garages of two properties

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for nearly two weeks. Halliwell's serving two life

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sentences for killing Becky Godden A driver who crashed well using his

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mobile phone and killing a man from Swindon has been jailed. He was

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arguing with his girlfriend when he caused the crash on the 34 in June.

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28-year-old Gavin Roberts died, his girlfriend met Stratford

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face-to-face as part of a scheme called restorative justice.

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The scheme to electrify the Great Western Railway has been

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The Public Accounts Committee say it's a "stark example of how not

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The work is already up to 3 years behind schedule and more

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Now there's concern that several sections, including around Bath,

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will never be electrified - even though 130 million pounds

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has already been spent on preparatory work.

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Our political editor Paul Barltrop is at Temple Meads now.

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What has gone wrong? I am sure plenty of passengers would like to

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know. This is the busiest station in the West Country, 10 million

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passengers a year make their way through the beautiful building in

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me. And it is one of the last major links in the country, not yet to be

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electrified. The line from here to London. This was the plan, they

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wanted to run electric wires from Paddington down to Swindon, on to

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Bristol Parkway and on to Cardiff and there would be a sudden spurt

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splitting Swindon, going through Chippenham, Bath and future Bristol.

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But the project ran into trouble and the education was then disturbed in

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places from Chippenham three here to Temple Meads, and from here to

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Parkway. The last few months MPs on the Public Accounts Committee have

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been trying to find out why it all went so wrong.

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The report by MPs highlights the millions of pounds paid to lease

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new electric trains, which can't yet use the tracks.

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Installing the wires has proved very challenging,

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With costs soaring the government indefinitely deferred

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electrification on the section between Chippenham and

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The report demonstrates how badly planned, conceived and delivered

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this whole project has been in for us in Bristol it is really worrying

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because we were promised certification but now seems unclear

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what the benefits are or indeed if it will ever happen.

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All the electric trains are having to be fitted with diesel engines.

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On a visit to a Wiltshire firm which provides parts

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for the new trains, the Rail Minister

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Technology means we have combined trains, that can run an electric and

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diesel. That is a compromise, it is not about mentally clean. It brings

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benefits to the passengers, more rapidly than would otherwise be the

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case. the ?130 million spent preparing

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for electrification in places where it's now been deferred,

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such as here in Bath where line was shut for six weeks in summer

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2015 - and there are more This time the work's

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definitely needed. They're lengthening the platforms

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to take the new trains which will But it means more

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inconvenience for passengers. It's just makes it so frustrating,

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trying to get somewhere, using what is the alternative? I can drive by

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the traffickers is a nightmare. There is no alternative. It is just

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a pain because you have to find another way. It is ridiculous.

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Network Rail insist the project is now on track

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for completion by the end of next year.

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It must be said that the MPs are not quite so confident, they say

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December 2018 might be optimistic and are also looking at the budget,

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2.8 billion for the whole project, they are not entirely sure if it'll

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stick that plan. Thank you.

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A tree's been planted today in memory of Bijan Ebrahimi,

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a disabled man who was murdered in a vigilante attack in Bristol.

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Last year, a police constable and a community support officer

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were jailed for failing to protect him.

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And today the chief constable gave another public apology,

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There's a new tree in Queen Square today.

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In 2013, Bijan Ebrahimi repeatedly called the police

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Two days before he died, he filmed this encounter with Lee James,

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the man who would later punch and kick him to death.

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But he was seen by the police as a time-waster and a nuisance.

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A lot of his life was a tragedy, and avoidable tragedy. We should have

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saved him. Political leaders, senior police

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officers and a choir joined Bijan's It is the first time actually that

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we could celebrate, get together and remember him as the Love the guy

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that he was. It is an emotional day for us.

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A police officer and community support officer were jailed last

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year after being found guilty of misconduct in a public office.

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But the time for anger has passed, say Bijan's sisters.

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They hope the police have learned from the mistakes they made.

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Wants more including... They have in Mecca, the story of a giraffe who

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cleans windows is put to music. And it is a battlefield in the

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commonly surprising number of people with wartime relics in the back

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gardens. Police are trying to trace the owner

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of a pair of socks that were handed to a refugee

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agency in Taunton, because there was a thousand

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pounds tucked inside. No-one knows if it was a genuine

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donation or a mistake! Small wonder they're checking

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the donations more closely today. Just imagine the surprise

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of volunteers at this refugee aid warehouse when they came

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across a sock which was, well, slightly heavier than normal,

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inside was ?1,000 in cash. We are used to be giving -- given

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donations and taking changing everything, but ?1000 is a lot of

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money to finance a sock. The thing is the charity isn't

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sure whether this was a genuine, We have plenty of socks still here,

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not so I am afraid the ?1000 writing. They were taken to the

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police have now backed the cash while they try and solve the mystery

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but we do have a picture. Take a look at this and tell me, in these

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socks yours? Because if they are the police and the charity would be keen

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to hear from you. From this warehouse in Taunton

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the agency collects donations It's been running for more

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than two years now. Plainly the hope is

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the donation is real. We can do so much with that money,

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support a lot of refugees in Syria and Greece and we can provide food

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and nappies, toiletries, a lot of aid to them.

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Not a glass slipper maybe, but this is a story with a real

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I wonder if it is someone being very generous! Or someone is missing a

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thousand quid. Her Majesty the Queen

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came to the West today. She visited the Royal Welsh

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at Lucknow Barracks in Tidworth, armed with leeks to present

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to the soldiers. It's part of her role

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as their Colonel in Chief. She also met this goat -

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which is the regiment's mascot. Of course it was Saint Davids day

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today. The world premiere of a new piece

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of classical music will be performed in Bath tomorrow and it tells

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the story of a Roald Dahl classic. It's been written by the author's

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official biographer and is the first time 'The Giraffe and the Pelly

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and Me' has been set to music. Michelle Ruminski joined

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the choir in rehearsal. 'The Pelicantata' sets

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the Roald Dahl classic, The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me

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- to music. It's a story about a ladderless

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window clearning company, whose employees - a giraffe,

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a pelican and a monkey - use their physical attributes

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to get the job done. The new work's been commissioned

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by Stroud Choral Society. We are thrilled, it is amazing to be

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able to do something new, big, world premiere. At a liberal style, one of

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the reasons we went to him was he used to say to me, children in

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schools today are not getting exposed to good classical music. I

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think he would have loved that. His widow Felicity loved the idea

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too and invited Roald's Tries to have his voice in my mind,

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whole time I like it, what would he have said? Would he have like this

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are not like that? Hanging on that magical imaginative inventive

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spirit. And helping to tell that

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story are the Minpins, a newly created children's

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choir, named after one of And the actor Tony Robinson will be

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the narrator on the night. The world premier of

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the Pelicantata is at Bath Abbey tomorrow night

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But the hope is a simpler version of the work will be sung in school

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classrooms around the world. Michelle Ruminski, BBC

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Points West, Stroud. It's the battle of the bottom two

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in rugby's Premiership this weekend, Ali Durden is here

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with tonight's sport. Not too much time left for Bristol

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to save themselves is there. Six games to go, and that's why this

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one is so important - If Bristol lose, it's hard to see

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how they'll make up the gap. Lets have a look at the remaining

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games for both clubs. After this weekend,

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Bristol have a home derby Then in April they play

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all of the top three - wouldn't expect them to get much

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change out of those games. They finish Newcastle at home

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on the last day looks a must win. As for Worcester, tough

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home games for them. Sale and Newcastle

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away will be targets. And finishing with a difficult

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game against Leicester. So, the first task for Bristol

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is to ensure their fate is in their own hands by winning

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this weekend's game. Worcester have been playing very

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well at home, they got some big scalps there. They have got to be

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visit this weekend but we are going there with ambition and will turn

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them over. We win on the weekend and we go two points above them, we

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again have a two and a half week break before Gloucester. Then the

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three top teams coming up, and we're not looking at the fate of the

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moment, let's get Worcester out of the way!

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Whoever is relegated to the Championship will be playing

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It's a team made up partly of students who squeeze in rugby

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The Gloucestershire club could clinch their promotion

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from National League One this weekend - and they're on course

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for a perfect season, having won every single game.

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There's no late nights and lie-ins for these students.

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Reporting for training at 7.30 so they can get

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It's a combination of work and play that's taken them

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We are in a unique environment year with a college of 16-18 -year-olds,

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young players they have the background of a degree going forward

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and sport, it encourages them to train and read/write, and it is

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second nature to them now. Gloucester and England wing

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Johnny May is a famous name to have Winger Jonas Makalcius

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hopes to be the next. He's in the third year

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of a sports condition degree. But he'll be heading

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to Premiership Harlequins once he's This is a brilliant place for your

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future career and to pursue your goals and all that and at the same

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time study, so I'm very happy with my decisions.

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Hartpury have dominated National League One -

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scoring nearly 50 points a game on average.

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But can they make the step up sucessfully?

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Next year I think will be a huge challenge, certainly with the

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professionals and professionally environment. We will stay part-time

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and train three mornings a week, we do not have the funding to go

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full-time. We will have to train harder. The challenges week in week

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out will be tough. They are seven games away

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from completing the perfect season. First, promotion is

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possible this weekend. Elsewhere, Bath are at home

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to Premiership leaders Wasps - and it's Gloucester against

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Harlequins. In football,head coach Lee Johnson

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has described Bristol City's game Only goal difference is keeping them

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out of the relegation zone. Swindon are going for a third win

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a row against second It is that time of the year, the

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results feel more important. I can't believe it is that the early six

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more matters to the end of the rugby season. Where does the Yugo? March

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already! Now last week we told you about this

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world war two gun turret from a Lancaster Bomber,

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which was found in someone's garden and fetched more than two and a half

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thousand pounds at auction. We thought having one

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of those outside your back door would be unique,

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but since then, we've First, we head of one in Bath, being

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used as a greenhouse. We genuinely don't know how this ended up here.

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Then Sheila said in a photo of one of her house and Winterbourne. And

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here in a back garden in Swindon is another, same thing, aluminium frame

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and Perspex gnome. And this one does not looking bad neck. It sits in the

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garden and gets under way, nine times out of ten. When we had a cat

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the cat used to shelter under it. This Lancaster bomber turret belongs

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to Mike, the body 23 years ago for what seems like a bargain. ?20. And

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you know the one we featured last week when the 2600. Tempted? I am

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very interested in two and half thousand pounds but we have no

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interest in selling it. Why are these the Second World War and it's

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popping up here in the West Country? The heritage centre as one possible

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answer at its current exhibition. It goes back to the 1930s to a factory

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in the town called particles. And territory being mass-produced that

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Parnell aircraft, and following the bombing of the factory dispersal

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sites in Kingswood and nearby were also making these gun threat, a

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vital part of the war effort. There were more people working for Parnell

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aircraft on the books than there are in the parish of yet at that time.

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The 3000 staff made thousands of West Country wartime turret so it is

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maybe not so much of a surprise that a few of them are still about. Just

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70 years on. Now we have an unlikely internet

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sensation to show you. You are looking for suggestions?

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Soccer challenge? Best bits from Sunday politics? Worst bits from

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Sunday politics? No - the latest star

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of the web is Korean Billy. He's based in South Korea

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and spends his time making videos teaching people to talk

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in different dialects. Our colleagues at BBC Radio Bristol

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joined up with him and his unique take on Bristolian has already had

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nearly half a million views. The evil! -- there you go. I think

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he did jolly well. Spoken like a true local.

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The whole video is on Radio Bristol's Facebook page.

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Let's go up to her outside weather studio and unions there. Good

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evening everybody, let's take you through the forecast for the

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weekend. It is going to be one that will see some periods of rain, yes,

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but equally some dryer faces and indeed for some of you, some of the

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dryer faces will be quite dark, more noticeably during Saturday. A number

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of district will enjoy a comparatively dry day and as we head

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to Sunday we find a band of rain moving up from the south-west in the

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morning. Some of that were quite heavy. Wanted clues to their will be

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a window of some dryer and probably sunny weather for a time before we

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see a returning risk of showers into Sunday afternoon. He is a wider look

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at how things are shaping up, low pressure dominating the path of the

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jet stream, high-altitude ribbon of wind across the Atlantic gearing up

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to well over 200 mph, driving a sequence of areas of low pressure

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towards us and as we head to the weekend they are never too far away,

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as will be the risk of showers and bands of rain about. That is what we

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see moving stooges in the course of Sunday morning. But the rest of this

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evening we still have some shadowy outbreaks of rain about, some of

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those looking quite heavy. So tonight this will fade away and so

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we are looking increasingly at a dry slowly starting to emerge as the

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night wears on. Temperatures will be rightly in the range of 5-7d by the

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time we get towards daybreak tomorrow. It looks like a dry start,

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right across the board, to get Saturday under way in for some of

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you it will be a grey start as well. It will -- we then started pick-up

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the risk of some rain coming out of the West initially and as he the

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afternoon we see some of that is migrating eastwards but still

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populated by dryer faces as well. The further east you are, the lions

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share of the dry weather lasting longer. Temperatures are around ten

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or 11 degrees. The temperatures will go down about as we head into

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Sunday, there will be rain in the morning moving away and the brighter

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phase and further showers as well. We continue any similar theme as we

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head into the start of next week. Whatever you're doing have a grey

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weekend. Thank you. It is time for us to

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review. Cheers for now. It's like bake a cake,

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but we flipped it. Oh, my God, we love flipping.

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Cake-a-bake. Cake-a-baking. I love it.

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I so love it when this happens. 15 celebrity acts

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are coming together to Sing And Dance

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For Comic Relief. # And the haters gonna

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hate, hate, hate, hate, hate

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