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independence. And that's all from the BBC News at

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Six. She had gone there from Swindon,

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seeking treatment for MS, The guns come out of the car,

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their hands with guns, and they started shooting

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into the air and then, from that Our other headlines tonight:

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The election expenses scandal. Five local MPs are interviewed

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by the police under caution. The rare butterflies

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captured and pinned Why every day is St Patrick's Day

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at the Cheltenham Festival. A woman from Swindon has been robbed

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at gunpoint during a night-time Sofia Janicka was heading

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to Sao Paulo when the bus The attackers put a gun to her head

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and threatened to shoot passengers and leave their bodies in a field

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before escaping with Andrew Plant has been

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speaking to her. Sofia Janicka is a 27-year-old yoga

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teacher from Wiltshire. She travelled to Brazil a month ago,

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exploring medical treatments to alleviate the symptoms

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of her multiple sclerosis. But in the early hours

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of Wednesday morning on a night bus outside Sao Paulo,

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she and her fellow passengers were the victims of a hijacking,

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with the entire bus And I woke up, and I saw

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a car coming along They came onto the bus

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and they were saying in Portuguese that they were going to kill us

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and leave us naked in the field The UK Government describes crime

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in Brazil as "high", and warns against wearing expensive

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jewellery and clothes. It also says that there have been

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incidents of hijacking and robbery It seemed to be that it

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was phones and money. I don't know, there

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was some confusion. That's when he pulled the gun

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to my head, at the top of my head. I don't think I'll be

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travelling on buses now. Sofia says she was glad she had cash

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on her to give to the attackers, and believes that stopped

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the situation from escalating. She says she is determined

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to carry on with her trip, and her treatment, too,

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but will be taking internal flights, Five West Country MPs have been

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questioned by police It comes as the Conservative Party

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nationally has been fined a record Each of the five MPs received

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a visit from a Conservative Party battlebus carrying party activists

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during the 2015 General Here's our political

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editor, Paul Barltrop. They're all Conservatives

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who were fighting key seats Marcus Fysh of Yeovil,

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James Heappey of Wells, Stroud MP Neil Carmichael,

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Luke Hall who won Thornbury and Yate and Alex Chalk of Cheltenham have

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all been questioned by the police. The Avon and Somerset

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and Gloucestershire forces had been asked to investigate what happened

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in their constituencies by the Electoral Commission,

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which has fined the Conservatives for breaking election

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spending rules. We look to money spent on

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campaigning, was it spent on big national campaigns there were about

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getting that party elected were they about supporting an individual

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candidate in a specific constituency to get elected?

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Now, can you tell the difference between these two?

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Well, one carried David Cameron, so was regarded as national

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The other brought dozens of activists to campaign in key

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Because they helped a specific candidate, it should have been

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included in local campaign spending, but wasn't.

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Did they make much impact on the election?

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In Wells, activists stayed for just two and a half hours,

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People did not know who my successors... What his name was but

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they were knocking on doors and campaigning on a local level. I

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think clearly what has happened is we have got local campaigning, which

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has been masked as national campaigning, and it is utter

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rubbish! The MPs didn't want to

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be interviewed today, but it's clear that,

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privately, there's anger that Conservative headquarters got

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them into this mess. The party's been fined

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but it doesn't end there. Their cases have now

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been referred by police You're watching Points West

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with David and Alex. Still to come on this

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evening's programme: Making The fans meet tonight to decide

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whether they can stump up the cash And we're out on the gallops

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with Gold Cup Trainer Colin Tizzard on the eve of the biggest race

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of the year. A Bristol man who calls himself

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a butterfly conservationist has been found guilty of capturing

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and killing some of Phillip Cullen told a court

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he was searching for wasps when he was seen with a net at two

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sites in Somerset and Gloucestershire known to be habitats

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for the endangered Large Blue but the prosecution said his

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explainations were laughable. For everyone here at Bristol

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Magistrates' Court, it is fair to say this has been an extraordinary

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day. That is because this court is used to hearing evidence on speeding

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drivers or petty criminals but today it was the flying speed of

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butterflies that was given in evidence because this is the first

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case of its kind that has taken place in the UK. It revolves around

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this, the large blue butterfly, an endangered and iconic breed that was

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declared extinct in the 1970s but reintroduced the parts of Somerset

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and Gloucestershire in the 80s. Philip Cullen is accused of six

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offences relating to the butterflies. The prosecution told

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the court that he captured and killed one large blue on the 18th of

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June 2015 and another in Somerset that same week. The next part is

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what the prosecution claimed was both a remarkable and laughable

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coincidence. The two butterflies were labelled DBE and CH. The

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prosecution claim these initials related to the locations. Cullen

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said no. The initials stood for the colour, dark blue and cobalt.

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Witnesses told the court that they had seen Philip Cullen chasing after

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the rare large blue butterfly with a net, taking swipes at it, though he

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said he was chasing wasps. The court found differently and it was Philip

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Cullen who ended up getting stuck. How does it feel to be found guilty

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of this as a conservationist? Very embarrassing, not to be believed and

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to be accused of these things and are to be found guilty. It is a

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stitch up. Today, Bristol magistrates found him guilty of six

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charges relating to the capturing and killing of the rare butterfly

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and he will be sentenced in April. Alexander Blackman, the former

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Royal Marine from Somerset who's had his murder conviction reduced

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to manslaughter, will be The 42-year-old has already served

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three years of a life sentence. Yesterday, five judges ruled

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the conviction was unsafe and instead found the former

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sergeant guilty of manslaughter on the ground

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of diminished responsibility. A 27-year-old has been arrested

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on suspicion of murdering Jordan Taylor was stabbed

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in the early hours of Sunday morning and later died outside

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the nearby hospital. Officers are asking the public

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if they know anyone who owns these items with Stars Wars logos on them,

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which were found near the scene. A doctor giving evidence

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into the death of a Bristol teenager says the GP who spoke to her mother

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on the telephone was not as Isabel Gentry later

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died from meningitis. An inquest heard today that the GP

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should have asked more questions, which could have prompted a more

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urgent review of Isabel's condition. The hearing is due

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to finish tomorrow. Somali families living in Bristol

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came together today to work out how they can help with the unfolding

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famine crisis in Africa. The drought that's gripping

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East Africa is threatening the lives of millions of people,

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including their own family members. These are images of Somalia -

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its dried-out land and its people Nobody should be dying

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of starvation in 2017. This is an appeal by the Disasters

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and Emergency Committee for help. 16 million on the brink

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of starvation. Now Somalis that live

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in Bristol are part I cannot just sit back and listen

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and just talk about it. There are 10,000 Bristolians who

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have family in that part of Africa. The reason why we are here today,

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we are appealing to the Somali community to raise funds

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for the families who are We see many families here,

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and related back home families. Ayaan wanted to make

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an appeal directly to Somali But they hope that all communities

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will join them in this Children in Somalia

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are dying because of no food and because of no water,

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and that we all are responsible for - to take an action

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and do something about it. The help can't arrive too soon

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enough for the biggest crisis that the United Nations has ever

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faced. As part of the BBC's

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annual News School Report, the Bristol mayor, Marvin Rees,

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went back to his former He took questions on a range

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of issues from his time there to whether powerboat racing

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should be reintroduced We asked two students, Tendai

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and Heena, to report on his visit. I was one of about five or six kids

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from my year to go off That has got to be the fundamental

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change, how do we get to society... Martin Rees was a student here in

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the 1980s 15 years before I was born. One of his big ideas is to

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bring back power broker racing to the city harbour. Former mayor

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George Ferguson disagrees. I would love to see powerboat racing

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comeback to Bristol. You can bet your bottom dollar that other cities

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are making it happen and they will make it happen and we cannot be the

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city that cannot make things happen, we have got enough challenges. He

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feels very strongly about mental health services for young people

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despite his restricted budget. We are trying to be in place across the

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city programme whereby every primary age children has the mental health

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and well-being invested in. We teaching the tools of managing your

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mental health will stop he was out of school taking questions from more

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than 100 students. And it his experiences as student. I had some

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great teachers and support teachers. But you learn from the ones that did

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not help you out and you celebrate the ones that did and I can name

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those that used to come and look for me and make sure I was doing well,

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they said they believed in me. He got his point across as well as

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taking other people's pennies to heart. He informed us on his

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struggles and aspirations in life. But the biggest message of all is

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the never given up. -- is to never give up.

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Students all over the West have been taking part today.

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You can find their reports on the BBC News School Report

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website and there's a report from Chosen Hill School

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near Gloucester, all about the life of a stable lass,

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Four men from Bristol and Bath have been jailed after the discovery

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of what police described as an Aladdin's cave

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They included 42-year-old Jay Cowell, who had high-value cars

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including a month-old Porsche, expensive artwork, jewellery

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Cowell, along with Mark Howard, Joe Wilkins and Jose Paulo de Sousa,

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were all convicted of drug offences and sentenced to a total of more

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The manager of Cheltenham Town, Gary Johnson, has undergone

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The 61-year-old hasn't been on the sidelines for the Robins'

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past two games and was taken to hospital at the weekend.

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And coincidently, the operation was carried out by Alan Bryan, whose

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son Joe plays for Bristol City, who Gary used to manage, of course.

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Swindon Town Football Supporters Trust has called

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a meeting tonight to discuss, amongst other things,

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There's a lot of concern from the fans about how Swindon Town

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The supporters trust have a few items on the agenda tonight. It will

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be packing this pub opposite me, those upstairs rooms, and one will

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be the potential purchase of the County ground. We will talk about

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that in a moment with a few of them. But if there is unrest on the pitch,

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there is disappointment on it. The Swindon in the relegation zone,

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firmly in the, seven points from safety, a games to play. If I show

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you the next three fixtures, all against teams in the top six.

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Barring a monumental turnaround in form, by the beginning of April,

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Swindon could be staring down barrel at relegation, the bottom division

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in the English Football League. We are outside because the pub do not

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want cameras inside so I dragged a few of the pans out. James, the

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problems you club scene deep-rooted. They are. We have got declining

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attendance or games, the County ground, which is not fit for the

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modern game, portable toilets, etc. We need to get the club on a better

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footing. You see that being the purchase of the stadium will help?

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We have the invested the stadium and the next generation of fans. This is

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a club we love and we are determined to do that. What will it cost? We

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have put a bidding for ?1.1 million to buy the County ground and we are

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very confident we can raise that money. And that will be between the

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supporters? We have looked at previous models, we have had

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professional advice, solicitors and accountants. There was big about

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that in that room opposite. Swindon have said today they are not looking

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to move away by trying to renovate the ground when they can in the

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summer but of course they do not own it, it is council owned. We will see

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what the result of the meeting is tonight during the ten o'clock news.

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So it's been a big day for the Irish at the Cheltenham Festival,

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much to the delight of the thousands of punters who head over

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the Irish Sea on their annual pilgrimage to Prestbury Park.

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Our sports editor, Alistair Durden, is there for us this evening.

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The first six races being won by Irish-trained horses.

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A green sweep is what they're calling it

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That's gone down very well on what's marketed

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Some stats for you - nearly one in three tickets this

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week are sold to Irish punters with 30 extra flights

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from Dublin into the region to cater for the demand.

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And they've had lots to celebrate - in particular, trainer

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Willie Mullins and jockey Ruby Walsh teaming up to win an incredible four

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races, including the big one - the Stayers Hurdle

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And to think they'd drawn a blank on days 1 and 2.

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Off the track, the hard work begins to clear up all the rubbish

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The festival recycles as much as it can and, by 2020,

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aims to stop sending any of its waste to landfill.

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Our Gloucestershire reporter, Steve Knibbs,

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With the population of a small town descending on Prestbury Park every

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day, one is guaranteed - plenty of rubbish.

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The key seems to be what's known here as the Recycling Angels.

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We have to pull out all the cardboard from here...

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They work front and back of house, making sure that waste...

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There's a team of individuals that are able to come around the whole

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course and educate catering teams, staff in the kitchens,

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Our number one priority is a great day for everybody.

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What we're trying to do is make sure that education level is at a point

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where we can make sure that everything is segregated correctly,

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and that the recycling rates coming out of this event

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This is all, of course, no easy task.

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The Jockey Club has set itself a target of sending

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nothing to landfill in just three years' time.

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It's a challenge and we have been doing it for the last three years.

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2016, we managed to get up to 60% and 2015, 50%.

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This is the most exclusive restaurant at the festival.

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In the kitchen, under the watchful eye of chef Albert Roux,

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There is, by its very nature, plenty of food waste.

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Add to that left overs from across the site,

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and 25 tonnes of rotting food each day ends up a couple of miles away

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All the festival's scrapings, as well as Gloucestershire's

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household food waste, is turned into energy here.

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It is a biological process similar to the cow's stomach. Food waste is

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converted into methane gas for use as renewable energy, and also the

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remaining liquid material is used for fertiliser to be spread on

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farmland. Once the magic has happened in those

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digesters, some of the methane gas is used to provide heat

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and electricity to run this site. The rest of it, millions

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of cubic metres of gas, is cleaned up and pumped directly

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into the National Grid. And this isn't the usual black stuff

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seen in Cheltenham - it's the other by-product,

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the fertiliser for local farmers. Think about it - this might just be

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used to help grow some of the food being served

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at next year's festival. The focus now is very much

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on tomorrow's Gold Cup. Incredibly, half of the horses

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involved are trained Most of the chatter

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is about Colin Tizzard, the fairytale of the farmer whose

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stables get bigger Even with the withdrawal

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of Thistlecrack - - Tizzard still has the two

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favourites for the race - We've been to the Somerset-Dorset

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border to find out. Work starts before sunrise at the

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Staples. Get in a straight line, nice and steady trot. Colin Tizzard

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leads a thriving yard that has earned ?1.5 million in prize money

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this season alone. There are not that many Tizards around. There is

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still an air of modesty about the dairy farmer. A short drive from his

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stables at the picturesque gallops were the 80 plus forces exercise. He

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has come a long way since getting his licence back in 1998. It is not

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an easy profession. Every morning, seven days a week, every day of the

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year. So it is not easy but I have got to try and make sure I enjoy

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every bit of it. The last ten years has got out of control. I have got

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to deal with a lot of staff, we have got to delegate, talk to owners all

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the time. We have got to do it. If we do not take a horse on

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straightaway, someone else will buy it. Colin admits he's still getting

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used to the spotlight his successors created but his story is one racing

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has fallen in love with. It has been a tremendous rise from relative

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obscurity and the fact that this story is here in the grassroots of

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the British countryside. It is fantastic for the sport. Those hours

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of milking cows are now a thing of the past and he is right at the top

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of the tree. 12 months ago, this fall denied the Gold Cup glory. The

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hugely popular 11-year-old has picked himself up to have another

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good this year. And then there is a native river, who has taken everyone

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by surprise. We thought if we had a horse good enough to run in the Gold

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Cup, it would be an achievement, and suddenly we found he was favourite,

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it is real! As the Colin Tizzard comic he is refusing to pick his

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favourite. Whatever the result, it will be back in the yard for slight

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on Saturday to start all over again. Colin is here. It is keeping a close

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eye on the racehorse auction taking place in the winner's enclosure.

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They young Irish horses for sale and after today's performances, prices

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A little bit of pop news for you. Sounds so 80s! Ed Sheeran will

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headline the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury this summer. He will

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close the event on Sunday in what will be his only festival appearance

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this year. Radiohead and foo fighters have already been

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confirmed. The full line-up will be announced at a later date, pop

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pickers! The forecast for tomorrow will bring

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us a cool and breezy day, noticeably breezy, as the day wears on. There

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should be a lot of dry weather about, a noticeably chilly and

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bright start the day and as we had through the afternoon, and

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increasing cloud. That will bring in patchy outbreaks of rain. But it is

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looking more likely to be late afternoon when that starts to make

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inroads more widely. Here is a wider look at how things are shaping up.

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As we had through the night, a good deal of clear sky around courtesy of

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the week up front. Through tomorrow, the next feature will be out towards

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the West. You can see how that runs in towards us. It introduces

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outbreaks of rain. But there it patchy fashion. But the rest of this

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evening, a bit of light showery rain. Not much. Then the sky start

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to clear. In contrast to recent nights, it will turn chilly as the

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night wears on. The temperatures down to 2-3dC. That will lead us

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tomorrow in turn a decent enough start. The amount of sunshine around

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first thing. We will continue with the sort of conditions through the

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part of this morning. The timing gets tricky with the first outbreaks

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of rain coming in from the north-west. We will see rain effect

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across the West Country. Some areas soaking up a few millimetres of rain

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eventually. Other areas where you will see very little sign of that

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whatsoever. Temperatures tomorrow will feel cool. 10 Celsius will be

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fairly typical. We run through into Saturday. Saturday be strictly

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speaking on a day. Printer outbreaks of rain. Most of those get soaked up

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out towards the West Sir I would not be surprised if of the number of you

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have a relatively dry day but it will be noticeably breezy and windy.

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Here is the outlook as we had to the west of the weekend and next week. I

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am quite lifted by Saturday. That does not look too much of the

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write-off. That is where we have the leave you. I am back with an updated

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at ten otherwise the whole team returns tomorrow. So see you for

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that. Goodbye for now. It was the most beautiful view

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I've ever been through. For one second, I was swimming on my

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back, and I was looking to the sky. I was swimming across

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the Aegean Sea. I was a refugee,

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going from Syria to Germany.

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