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degrees. Fiona. Thank you, Sarah. That's all from the BBC News at Six.

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

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The police call on communities to report drug dealers

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as it's revealed their offspring are often badly affected.

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An adult has a choice, to take drugs or deal drugs, these kids do not

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have a choice. But is appealing to friends

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and neighbours likely Welcome home, the famous

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Lynx helicopter touches of the last times before flying

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off into the sunset. Calling in the beavers,

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could the animals be the natural way And in sport, ten games to save

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themselves have Bristol city got what it takes to avoid the drop?

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Children living in some families where their parents are dealing

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in drugs sometimes have the same levels of illegal substances

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They've also been found to be living in squalid conditions Now the police

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in Bristol are calling on communities to turn

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in the dealers for the sake of their children.

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The search for illegal drugs in Bristol.

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Much of the dealing goes on behind closed doors,

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meaning police rely on the public for tip offs.

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But in some neighbourhoods, there's a problem.

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People are probably scared to come forward, if they know

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Someone might come after them, or something, I would think.

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They don't want to get involved, in case of comebacks.

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Do you think there would be comebacks if you

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Well, if anybody knew or grassed them up or anything, yeah.

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It's just people's close-knit community, they keep themselves

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to themselves and let everybody get on with what they want to do.

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I could grass on one person selling but no matter what it will carry on.

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But during their work police find children living

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Here, they were executing a drugs warrant.

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Is this where the child was supposed to be sleeping?

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Officers used their powers to remove the children.

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The parents pleaded guilty to neglect.

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In another case, illegal drugs were found stored in a sweet jar

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PC Ben Jeffries has seen many other cases of children condemned

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to appalling conditions by drug dealing parents.

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When you see young children crawling around on floors, uncapped needles,

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foil which has been used to smoke drugs, it's just...

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If you could see that, you would be on the phone straightaway.

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In this raid, a child was found in a house

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It is nasty to an adult, heaven knows what it would do to a

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three-year-old's brain. The police safeguarding team say

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young lives are at risk. Children have had the same

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levels of substance misuse So they are not using the drugs,

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but they are living in an environment which is giving

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them the same amount of drugs in their system that

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you would find in your average - whatever that looks

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like - drug user. They are caught in the cycle of what

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goes on in that household. That is what the community of got to try and

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stop. The police would encouarge

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the public to come Scott Ellis, BBC

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Points West, Bristol. Joining us now is Lorraine Ball

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who's the Chief Executive of Hawkspring a charity which helps

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drug addicts in south Bristol. Thank you for coming in. Why are

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people not reporting those who have got children living in dangerous

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circumstances? Sometimes local residents and people in the

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neighbourhood may fear consequences of feeling that they are telling

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people, the neighbours. Yes, but if there was child abuse going on they

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probably would report it, is there a bit of a blind spot comes to blogs?

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I do not think so. I think people should be encouraged and I would

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encourage people to report any child safety that they are worried or

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concerned about to police first response and speak to a qualified

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social worker who can take that will anonymously. People might feel that

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if they mingled those children might be taken into care. Quite often,

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that is not always the case, we work with a lot of social workers who

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will try and support the loved one to get treatment and health. It is

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very rare that it just happens like that, they do not go in and just

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take children. You'd think children should ever be allowed to be in a

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place where there are drugs around, people smoking or west of his being

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stored. I do not think so, I do know that we have helped people become

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absent from their drug and we work with them the treatment and

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obviously some of them are still trying to be good parents. But, it

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is a difficult situation and it is very complex. What about this

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thought that children are sometimes living in squalid conditions in

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chaotic households? Yes, and that is something that quite a lot of the

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social care team going into the homes when it has been reported, so

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that they can make these differences to try and eradicate that. We're

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busy one to help the children, we offer our whole family approach

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where we help the loved ones, the family members and the addicts and

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the children as young as five upwards. We do programming primer

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schools. But, you can't help unless you know about it will stop exactly.

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We include people to support when there is concerned. We are more than

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happy the people to come to our office, we're based in the heart of

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Hartcliffe opposite Morrisons. We're happy for people to come in and get

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some support and knowledge about what can be done. Thank you and

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thank you to the work we do in the community. Thank you.

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It's been announced how much each council will get for adult social

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care as part of the Chancellor's budget announcement this week.

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Somerset and Gloucestershire get the biggest share.

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They'll both receive more than ?21 million

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Bristol receives ?17 million and Bath and North East

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Fire crews were called to a recycling centre

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Breaking news, police are appealing for witnesses after a fire started

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in a Bristol school. It was believed to have been started deliberately at

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around eight o'clock. It was built in Somerset and it's

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seen action around the world. But this month, the Lynx

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helicopter will be retired Today one of the last

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flew into Yeovilton Our Somerset Correspondent Clinton

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Rogers was given unique access We're off to witness a piece

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of naval aviation history. This is the very last flight home

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flight home from the last mission After 41 years, the helicopter

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they call the sports car I've been in the Navy 16 years

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and flying this wonderful It is just been

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an absolute pleasure. It has proved its combat skills

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in the Falklands and in the Gulf. It has chased drug traffickers

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in the Caribbean, pirates in Somalia, it has even had royalty

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in the driving seat. But in two weeks' time it

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will become a museum piece. It is rather sad to think that

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at the end of this month that But, on the other hand it is a real

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privilege to be flying in one of the last Lynx on one

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of its last flight. And so today a Lynx from 825

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Squadron came home after nine months the Mediterranean and

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the Pacific oceans. For the families, the moment

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to capture for prosperity. And for some, well it clearly

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could not come a moment too soon. It is been a tough deployment

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emotionally, especially missing It's difficult, it's hard

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going, glad to be back. It feels like a relief,

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because I didn't know So, as one aircraft moves

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into the history books, the new kid on the block

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takes to the skies. By next month all Navy Lynx will be

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replaced by Wildcat, How lovely was that. Mind you, what

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that boys about the sacrifice that service family makes. And the worry

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they go through. Really scary, but how lovely that are reunited.

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It's the end of another working week and we're glad to be easing

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Stay tuned, there's lots more still to come including...

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Could beavers be the answer to building flood barriers?

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One place in Gloucestershire thinks so, we'll be finding out why.

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Find out why I swapped my gloves or my ice skates in support of Team

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GB's is every increase in Swindon. Tourists in Bath could

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face a nightly charge Councillors want to introduce

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the tax to help plug a ?37 million But they'd need permission

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from the government before they can go ahead -

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as Martin Jones reports. It's not hard to see why

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tourists flock to Bath, But could they help

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the council mend its finances I personally am used to paying it

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when I go on holiday to Italy So we're not talking

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large sums of money. But what we will get with the number

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of visitors that come to the city is a significant increase in revenue

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to fill some of that gaps created by changing finances that we're

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currently faced with. The council stresses the plan

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is at the very earliest stages, Would that put you off

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coming to Bath? Because it's a beautiful place

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and everything has to be kept up to standard,

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so if that's the only way to do it, It's really expensive anyway,

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so ?1 is not going to make that One or ?2 should be OK,

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but of course we prefer no extra All the hoteliers in Bath I've

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spoken to are deeply opposed. At this boutique hotel they believe

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that in such a competitive market One of the things that gets quoted,

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it works in France, it works Well, it works in those countries

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because those countries have recognised the value of tourism,

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they have made reductions The idea that you can just come

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along and say, well, we'll put another pound or ?2

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per night on hotel accommodation is possibly the tipping point that

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starts to make people go, It needs a change in the law

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before the council could But they're lobbying ministers

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for permission to do so. Until then, tourists

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here will remain tax free. You can see more on that in this

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week's Sunday Politics West, that is on BBC One this Sunday at 11

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o'clock. Lots of lively discussion for you on a whole range of

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subjects. Beavers could be enlisted help

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tackle flooding in one The Forestry Commission

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wants to pilot the idea on a site near Lydbrook,

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which was badly affected It's hoped the beavers will build

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dams naturally to keep storm Lee Madan reports on

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the cost cutting idea. They're described as

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energetic and enthusiastic, These are the latest recruits

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to try to tackle flooding The beavers, long term, will

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maintain their dams free of charge.. The beaver family are

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currently living in Devon, but the Forestry Commission wants

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to move them to Gloucestershire to see if beavers really

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can stop flooding. which are naturally sustainable

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like mud, rocks, willow. At the end of it all they work very

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hard to maintain their dam structures so yes its an extremely

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cost effective solution and when it comes to creating one

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giant natural sponge the idea of the beaver dams is such

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that they are built in a way that storm water goes over the top of

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them and does not wash them out. And this is where the

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beavers will be kept. A metre high fence will be built

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around this 15 acre site and mesh put underground to stop the beavers

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from burrowing out. The beavers and their dams will be

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monitored closely to see if there really are any benefits

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in stopping storm water Lydbrook was badly hit

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by floods in 2012. And it's stopping a repeat of that

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which means residents For the biodiversity point of view

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it is very worthwhile giving it a go. If we can get help from the

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animals to get it back to something like what it should be, are the

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natural area, that would be wonderful. It is a win-win, how can

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you lose? Ecology winter we might just short out the flash flooding.

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Not everyone agrees beavers are a good thing,

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some question the impact they have on wildlife, and the rate

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But if approval is granted these beavers could be setting up home

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in the Forest of Dean as soon as this September.

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On they sweet? And they do not charge overtime but their work.

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Bristol City face arguably their most important game

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They're away to Wigan, with both sides in the

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Alistair Durden is here how serious is the situation?

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It is looking grim just ten days to go.

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Interesting stat nearly two thirds of their games have been

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That's how fine the margins have been.

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Let's see the games they've got left the matches against fellow

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relegation-threatened sides have been highlighted.

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Going on the average number of points needed to stay

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up over recent years, I reckon City are going to need

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The club are banking on the likes of proven Championship performer

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David Cotterill to dig them out of trouble.

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He returned to City in January, 11 years after leaving

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The newsstand looks really big, it has changed.

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It's a very different Bristol City to the one David Cotterill

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Back then he was a wide-eyed 17 -year-old, destined

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But City have always remained close to his heart.

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Obviously I left as a baby. Not really with any experience. To come

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back, there are not too many senior heads around the place, so I think

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me getting 14 will help the blend of the squad. There is a lot of games

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where we have thought we were the best team, to up against Newcastle,

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three against Derby and we have not managed to see it over the line but

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hopefully that will happen soon. This week City dismissed their

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assistant manager John Pemberton Promoting former City defender

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and under 23 coach Jamie McAllister. Another sign that the club

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are standing firmly behind In football you can get the bullet

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pulled a new at any point, but I want be positive for the players

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because it is them who will go out there across that white line. I

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believe that they are still fighting, totally. I believe our

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fans will fight with those and certainly the staff all is well. --

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are as well. despite just one win

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in three months. But it's been a season to test even

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the most patient of supporters. The fans will support the team to

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the bitter end, regardless of the manager. The results aren't coming

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at the moment, but we have got the team to do it on the pitch. His

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inexperience is showing through and is costing us results, we haven't

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been hammered so we can't be miles away. It is a question of luck, we

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have not had Lady luck this season and there have been decisions

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against us. Staying up? Just. Not of Lee Johnson in charge.

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The return of top scorer Tammy Abraham will give City a lift,

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but a season that started so well is now a full on scrap for survival.

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This is normally the time of the year Bristol Rovers

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They're unbeaten in eight games, and take on fellow playoff

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Cheltenham are away to the League two leaders Doncaster,

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while Forest Green's game is 2nd against fourth in

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One of the world's leading para-equestrians has announced she's

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Anne Dunham, who lives in Wiltshire, has represented Great Britain

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at five para-Olympic games, and won 19 championship gold medals.

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She said that at the age of 68, it was time to give others a chance.

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She has had a great career. She is amazing. She is a tough act to

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follow. Let's hope she enjoys how well-deserved retirement. There is

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sport on the telly tonight. Rugby tonight, six Nations. It is up

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against gardeners world, though, what to do?

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A blind woman from Somerset who only took up running in September

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is taking on the Bath half marathon this weekend.

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Helen McCann, who's raising money in aid of the guide dog charity

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which has helped her - is running with her

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They're using the run as preparation for the London marathon next month.

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Mandy and Helen are training to run a marathon.

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What makes it even more of a challenge is that Helen is blind.

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I have a small amount of tunnel vision, a bit

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At the age of nearly 30 I was diagnosed with

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To be then told you will be registered blind

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Since losing her sight, Helen has had the help of a guide

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She puts her complete faith in Alfie's abilities.

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When Alfie has the harness on, and the lead, he knows

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When he is off the lead and harness in the house,

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So, he has to stay at home while Mandy becomes Helen's

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I have to be very alert, it's quite easy to get distracted

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by other things that are around you which may not

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But you do have to quickly come back and make sure

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Make sure that the pavement on the road you are on is flat.

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It is quite a responsibility, and I'm not quite as good as the dog.

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They are running to raise money for the guide dog charity.

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It costs over ?50,000 to pay for a guide dog over its lifetime. Without

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the generosity of the public, because it is a charity, I would not

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have a dog. So, this is my way of giving something back. They will be

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running the Bath half marathon this weekend in a run-up to the London

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Marathon. It is challenging. I have do have 100% confidence in my guide

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runner, just because I have 100% confident in my guide dog. -- just

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as I have. Good look this weekend. We'll find

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out the weather in a bit. Former England football goalkeeper

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and Dancing on Ice star David Seaman has given his backing to a figure

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skating couple from Swindon. Zoe Jones and Chris

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Boyadji are Britain's number one pair and are off

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to the World Championships But their sport needs more funding

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to help them train and their appeal for help has been supported by David

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and his skating wife Frankie. Here's our Wiltshire

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Reporter Will Glennon. They are the current British pairs

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champions in figure skating. Zoe Jones and Christopher

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Boyadji have been a pair But after coming 14th

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in the European Championshps, they're off to the

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world's in two weeks We feel quite confident, we practice

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hard. We're trying the triple twist, I throw is very in the air, she just

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three revolutions and eye-catcher. This is a new element we will

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introduce it in Helsinki. -- and I catch her.

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They have to work full time and train as well.

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And there's not enough funding for them to have a full time coach

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So when they launched an appeal, former footballer David Seaman

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and his ice skating wife Frankie answered the call.

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They met through the show Dancing on Ice.

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We know what they were doing, what they were up to and when we found

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out they were struggling with the money side of it we thought, we

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Luddites gating, we have met them before and it was great to see them

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in the Europeans as well. Asthma though we love ice-skating. We

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thought, let's help. Getting to world-class standard is very

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expensive and we wanted to give them the best chance that they had on the

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chance Frei path to world. After a 13 year career

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break to have children, I was not totally out of the spot, I

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was coaching but I wasn't doing anything physical on the ice. It was

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very hard to get back into it. I got myself a certain fitness level

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before I started the powers. at the World Championships But

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they hope the experience The fundraising has only began

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a couple of weeks ago but they're already a third

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of the way to their target so it looks like Zoe and Chris

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will have the funding to go to the next winter Olympics

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and it'll give them the best chance Just to let you know, in case you

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have missed it... A programme about the Bristol band

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Massive Attack which was made by our Inside out West team will be

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shown on BBC Four tonight. The half an hour programme, called,

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"Unfinished: The Making of Massive Attack"

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will be aired at 11pm. It tells the story of the creation

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of the band and features a host of Let's catch up with the weekend

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weather, here's Ian. Good evening. It is game to be a

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clear split between Saturday and Sunday. Saturday has the lion share

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of the dry weather and the some of you something a bit brighter

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developing through the cause of the day. It will be mild day. By

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contrast, Sunday will start with some rain, moderate to heavy for a

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while, and throughout the rest of the day there will be dry

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interludes, always present threat of further periods of rain about, quite

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distinctly different to Saturday. Equally, it will be a bit cooler.

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Here is a wider look at how things are shaping up, quite pattern as we

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head to the cause of the evening and deeply to night and tomorrow. As we

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head into Sunday you will see that cold front towards the was getting

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activated in the early part of Sunday. That will deliver some wet

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weather across many districts join the first part of the morning before

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it fragments and becomes an enough through the rest of the day. This

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evening, we have seen some spots of rain about but it is looking dry and

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we're expecting it to stay that way the address tonight. A fair amount

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of cloud around and as we approach daybreak to my the temperatures will

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have drop down to 708 Celsius but most. Some murkiness around

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sunspots. The key? Will be about the cloud cover versus the drag

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conditions. We will see some of both. It will certainly be mild, you

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see there the signals through the evening for some patchy outbreaks of

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light rain to arrive. That is all ahead of the cold front starting to

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get its act together. Beverages on Saturday will be mild, 13, 14,

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possibly even 16. -- temperatures on Saturday. Whereas, Sunday will

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reduce us back to about ten, 11, 12 Celsius. It will be at barely

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noticeable drop compared to the conditions of Saturday. Heading into

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Monday, Tuesday, it is looking fine and dry, varying amounts of cloud

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and high pressure dominating. That is your forecast. Thank you, Ian and

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have a lovely So, like, you get sponsored to swap

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clothes with somebody for a day. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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too complicated. Do another one.

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