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

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Let down by the professionals who might have saved her.

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An inquest decides that neglect and failures in care contributed

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to the death of a teenager who had the world at her feet.

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Her death has left her family joyless, living each day without

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Isabel is a constant struggle. Life now is about how to get through the

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day. A terrifying drive around

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villages in North Somerset - Another Gold Cup and another

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fall for Cue Card - And a vintage performance -

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the violinist whose still playing A coroner's ruled that neglect

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and gross failures in care contributed to the death

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of a schoolgirl from meningitis. Izzy Gentry, who was 16, died last

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May at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. She'd gone to hospital

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two days previously, The Avon coroner has now

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called for meningitis B Our Health Correspondent

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Matthew Hill reports. This grief is not something you get

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overall move on from. It does not diminish or go away. Her death left

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a gaping hole. Today's conclusion Today's conclusion that Izzy's death

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could have been prevented was Izzy Gentry was taken

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by ambulance to the BRI emergency department

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in the early hours of May 18th. A paramedic suspected she had

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meningitis as she was vomiting, had neck pains, dizziness,

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was lethargic and had But by 5am, she had

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been discharged after But her symptoms got

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worse and she later died the coroner said the junior doctor

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who discharged Isabel did not take a full medical history. She said his

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diagnosis was inaccurate and that his decision was wrong, he should

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have reached a different diagnosis of sepsis or severe inflammatory

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response in Rome. He should have referred her case up to a registrar

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-- inflammatory response syndrome. Evidence from an expert witness

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yesterday caused the inquest to be adjourned. She said that if she had

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been admitted to her unit she would have given her antibiotics, which

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would have saved her life. While the hospital admitted there were severe

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communication failures that approach seem to be damage limitation rather

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than saying they must learn and improve. The hospital will now

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revise the way they train junior doctors in taking medical history.

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We have introduced the most up-to-date system. Our deep regret

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is that these measures did not ensure that we took steps to prevent

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Isabel's illness from developing to the point where it could not be

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treated. Our commitment is to learn all we can from her very sad death.

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Izzy's friends have given their support throughout. There is now

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more pressure to reconsider if they should also be protected from

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meningitis in the same way that young children are.

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Steve Dayman has been campaigning for greater awareness

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about meningitis for 30 years after his son Spencer

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He gave me his reaction to today's verdict.

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Well, it's all very sad, you know, and obviously we do have vaccines

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these days that may have prevented all of this catastrophe,

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if you like and we do have some what we call red flag symptoms

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but there isn't any set pattern and we always say that the first red

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flag for any health professionals should be the parents,

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the parents' concern because most of us don't take our loved ones

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in the hospital unless we're really concerned.

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There was a lot of criticism of particularly the junior doctor

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for failing to take observations and also refer it up

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but interestingly earlier in the week there was a doctor

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who said I would have missed it as well, which just

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demonstrates how tricky it can be, doesn't it?

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Yes, it is a very difficult disease to diagnose.

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The only specific symptom there is is the rash,

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but often it can be a late symptom and we say don't wait for the rash.

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Don't wait for the rash, yes, that's very big

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The coroner called for the government to invest,

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get vaccinations for teenagers because at the moment it's babies

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and there are lots of babies who have missed that

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Well, the Men B vaccine is only offered to newborn babies

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and when it was introduced in September 2015 there

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was a small cache of babies up to about four months,

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so we do see the highest incidences in the under fives,

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so it's only babies and young children, three, four,

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And the second highest incidences is between 14 and 24

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and we would like to see a vaccine offered to that age group.

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Now, last year we had a big parliamentary debate in Westminster

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and we presented enough new evidence to confirm that the vaccine would be

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cost-effective to the offered to that age group and,

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The government have started, the Department for health,

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giving it to adolescents and also with Fresher students up to the age

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of 25 but there is this gap in one of the highest risk group

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is where we don't have the vaccine offered to them.

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Certainly the coroner feels that gap should be filled and I wonder

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if that will go anyway towards it but we have to leave it there.

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A lot more online if you have more queries about meningitis. Such a

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frightening illness. More sad news, I'm afraid.

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A mother whose three-year-old son was killed when a two tonne trailer

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became unhitched from a Landrover has stepped up her appeal

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Freddie Hussey died three years ago after the runaway trailer trapped

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His mother Donna has been speaking at an industry summit trying

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I knew straightaway what happened and that Freddie was gone

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Donna Hussey's campaign for better safety continues.

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Her son Freddie was hit by a trailer which unhitched

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We began looking at a number of trade incidents that were happening

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We were shocked and angry at how many there were and that it was far

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Only last week in Taunton a trailer detached from a tractor, killing

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In the year Freddie died, 39 people were killed in road

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There were 214 serious injuries, and just over 1000 minor injuires.

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But the total accounts for just 1% of road accidents.

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That makes it hard to get laws changed.

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The Hussey's wish for trailers to have MOT's hasn't been

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There has been a safety video made entitled "tow safe for Freddie."

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Part of a campaign to improve driver awareness.

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It needs to become as socially unacceptable to do this,

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to drive unsafe trailers, as it has become too carry

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Heavier trailers have breakaway cables which activate the handbrake

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if the trailer and vehicle suddenly come apart.

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And the breakaway cable is only strong enough just to pull

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the handbrake on and then it is designed to snap away,

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so it would leave the trailer behind with the brakes on rather

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But on older trailers, the cable's are much less effective

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when the vehicle and trailer are at an angle.

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The Husseys say the swerving contributed to the tragedy

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They'll keep up their pressure on the government and the industry

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for improvements in the name of their beloved son Freddie.

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The hair-raising driving through North Somerset

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And the old tunes are the best - the violinist still playing at 90.

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A Gloucestershire MP has warned the Prime Minister that she's facing

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a backbench rebellion over a new funding formula for schools.

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown of the Cotswolds led a delegation

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of Conservative MPs who told the PM they're against the

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The new formula, which was announced three months ago, showed more

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winners than losers in the West, with the biggest increase

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being 5.7% for schools in Bath and North East Somerset.

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At the other end Gloucestershire will gain just 0.8%,

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But today a new report by the Educational Policy Institute

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warns that factors like rising pupil numbers and inflation

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will in fact leave almost all schools worse off by 2020.

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I think one of the key problems is that by 2020 as we find that no

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school avoids having a real terms cut per pupil.

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Quite simply, the pot is not big enough to benefit

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Those changes are not set in stone and a consultation is underway that

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should finish next week. Earlier, I spoke to

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, who's leading the rebellion,

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and asked why he was complaining when Gloucestershire schools

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are actually getting The problem is that all of my large

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primary schools and all of my secondary schools are seeing a cut

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in cash terms whilst the government is increasing the costs in real

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terms and one of my heads who I have seen recently said to me that

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if current trends continue, within three

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years his teacher salary bill will be 105% of everything he gets

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from the government, he's going to have to make teachers

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redundant and that means that the standards of education that

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have been improving in the last few years

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are going to start to decline again. But I guess people would say well,

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you know, it is an austerity government started by the former

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Chancellor who got themselves government started by the former

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Chancellor who got himself a rather nice job,

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I understand, today. This is what happens

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when budgets don't go up. Yes, it's not about,

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the schools budget is being protected in real terms,

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in other words it will go up It's not about the total budget,

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it is about how it is cut The problem is that too much money

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has been allocated to things like deprivation and low attainment

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in English is not as a first language and that has meant

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that the basic amount of every pupil has had to come down and I think

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the balance is just skewed too far Excuse me, given that the pot

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isn't getting any bigger, you can't blame the government,

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can you, for thinking that deprived areas should take

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priority over the Cotswolds? If you take a high spending

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authority like Brent, it gets about ?7,000

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per secondary school. In Gloucestershire,

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they get about ?4300, almost half what they get in London,

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and the reason for that is because they already get

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a considerable amount of money for deprivation and all

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of these other things. This new formula gives them

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even more money for that and I just don't think you can

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justify that difference. Just in a word or two,

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are you going to force the government into another

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U-turn on this? Well, I hope the government

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will look at this whole thing very carefully and in the interests

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of fairness, all our children in this country deserve to be

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treated fairly and I am sure the government are listening and I'm

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sure that they will try their utmost The BBC has learned that

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Somerset County Council is to sue the main contractor building

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a relief road for Taunton between the council

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and the contractor, Carillion, who are blaming each other

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for the delays and cost overruns which are said to be

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more than ?10 million. There is still no date set

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for the opening of the road. Carillion says it's working

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with the council to reach a mutually satisfactory conclusion

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to their differences. A 27-year-old arrested on suspicion

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of the murder of a man in Trowbridge Jordan Taylor was stabbed

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in the early hours of Sunday morning in Timbrell Street and later died

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outside the nearby Police say they have forensically

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eliminated the man they arrested A man's been jailed for 14 months

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after a high speed police Helicopter footage shows his car

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racing round blind corners through Backwell, Tickenham

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and Failand, hitting three vehicles Clive Hill from Radstock had failed

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to stop for police in November. He admitted several offences

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including dangerous driving and driving while disqualified

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and without insurance. Questions are being raised

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about the assessments carried out for personal independence payments

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- or PIP. Many disabled people

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say they're a lifeline, Now the BBC has learnt that three

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quarters of people in Bristol who lose the payment are winning it

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back on appeal. Sarah has a neurological

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disorder and fibromyalgia. But for the first time

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in 18 months, she can collect her daughter from school

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thanks to her new wheelchair. I can get out on the bus,

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I can take the kids out to the park, What a contrast from last year

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when I first met her. Her disability benefit PIP had just

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been cut and she was fighting to get It was very scary and it

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made me hit rock bottom. The extra money bought

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the chair and peace of mind. The impact that it has had

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on me and the children because they see me getting

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the help, they're not so worried now Figures seen by the BBC show that

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that tough journey is worth it. The vast majority of people

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in the Bristol area won their fight So, does this high success

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rate raise questions The process does not lend itself

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to people that might have a health The government says very few PIP

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decisions have even overturned The people who do lose out

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and get a one-off payment. They insist PIP is a better bnefit

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than what went before. Sarah and others just want it

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to be fairer and easier. And you can see more on that story

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on the Sunday Politics West There was disappointment for lots

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of West Country racing fans today, as one of the favourites of the big

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race at Cheltenham fell It was Gold Cup Day of course,

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and there were big hopes for both Alistair Durden has been

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at Cheltenham for us all week. It is the horse John who has added

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his name to the roster for jump racing's most prestigious rise. The

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rest country challenge was expected to come from Cue Card and Native

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River. The latter led for much of the race but the winner came from

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across the Irish Sea and not the one most punters were expecting.

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The Irish irrepressible at Cheltenham.

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Could they now turn the Gold Cup green?

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The money flowed in the direction of Djakadam and Ruby Walsh who won

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Djakadam, Best was in the race, most experienced and he is going to run

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home. I think it is their time lucky for Djakadam. He came here twice

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before and didn't succeed so this is his year. The West's best hope

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Labour Cue Card and Native River. Could those two give their trainer a

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bit of history? And away they go. For Lizzie Kelly, the first woman in

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the Gold Cup for 33 years, the dream lasted just two fences. Cue Card's

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challenge ended three fences from home, just as it did last year.

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Identical Balti last year, pretty much. And as Djakadam faded, another

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Irish wars raced to the line. The gloss of the trained horse snuck

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into second ahead of Native River. It has been a test for us last month

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and identify really like it too much because all the pressure -- and I

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don't know if I really like it too much because of all the pressure but

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Cue Card is a lovely must have around so we have got to enjoy it.

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The build-up was that he was going to come here and win. We haven't but

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this is a relief for me. He has got up and he is fine, so we will take

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all positives. A place amongst the greats for Sizing John and another

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great day for the Irish. Gold Cup day here was sold out well in

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advance. One thing you can't fail to notice

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if you come to the festival are the number of ticket touts,

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both in town and at the entrance It's been a huge source

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of complaints, and this year Here's our Gloucestershire

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reporter, Steve Knibbs. So that ticket is did

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for you, is it? It does seem if you haven't got

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a ticket for the races, getting one on the streets

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isn't a problem. We saw plenty of people offering

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tickets and selling, something which isn't illegal,

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but you do need a licence. If you want to sell anything

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on the street, whether that be tickets or hot food or anything,

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you need an industry trading licence and from the work we have done this

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week we know that the majority of the touts out there don't

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have a street trading licence or a peddlar's certificate

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from the police authority the majority of them,

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selling illegally here. For the first time people

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suspected of ticket touting are being targetted by police

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and licencing teams. He didn't have a certificate, we

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have seized his materials. We will pass it on to the authorities.

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This man near the racecourse admitted selling tickets

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If you fail to have a certificate is a criminal offence.

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Officials at the racecourse say complaints about ticket touts

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are high up the list and with the problem of often

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overpriced and some fake tickets the time has come to do

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We want our racegoers to come here, have an enjoyable time,

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not be pestered, have a nuisance and sometimes pretty aggressive

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Not surprisingly, nobody suspected of touting that we spoke to wanted

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to be interviewed on camera, although one man did tell me

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he was upset his honest trade was being targetted.

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This year was a soft approach, a warning to the touts.

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But the racecourse says they eventually want

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They have adapted, they have seen us out on the streets. We have spoken

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to them, giving them the warnings that they require. They have had

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information in paperwork, you know, but they are still out and I have no

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doubt they are still selling. This year was a soft approach,

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a warning to the touts. But the racecourse says

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they eventually want We can speak now to Ian Renton from

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the Jockey club. It has been a great four days. Some bad tactic racing,

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some wonderful result and I hope the racegoers have had a good time

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there. Did the new drinking restrictions work? They have had a

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very positive impact. We have had no arrests this week, which is a major

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step forward and I think we have had lots of comments from racegoers

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which have said there has been a positive effect and everyone has

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paid much more sensibly than usual. The Gold Cup is always popular. Ever

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thought about changing the time of it or anything like that? At the

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moment we have a fantastic form of four days of racing with the motor

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races normally the third or fourth race on the day. We enjoy it at our

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racegoers enjoy it. Still no plans to expand? I think four days is a

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great festival and listening to people today they are happy to keep

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it that way. Just to wrap up from this festival, ball West Country

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winners but the prize, the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Saint

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Patrick's Day belongs to the Irish. And thank you for all of your

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coverage of it. And with that it is over. And you're in green, in memory

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of my late Irish granny. violinist from Gloucestershire

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is being celebrated this weekend. Trevor Pleass, who lives

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in Brockworth, is as far as we know the oldest orchestral

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player in the county. Always on time, always in time,

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Trevor Pleass is a model member of the Gloucestershire Symphony

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Orchestra. Playing the violin his father

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bought him 75 years ago. Both of them still going strong

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after a lifetime together. Though there was a 30 year gap

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in the middle when the army, merchant navy, and other

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jobs came first. I had to give it up because of work

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and I went back to it at 65 and gradually got into all these

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different orchestras and that was 25 For him the pleasures are simple -

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making good music, Playing every day in many different

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groups, he's got rather good at it. Once you get over the initial making

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the cat noises, it gets better! I'm pretty sure he must be

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the oldest violinist in the county still playing and still playing

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in an orchestra actively and driving himself here as well,

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say he's an extraordinary character. He's and inspiration

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because I would never imagine that I'd still be able to play at that

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age but it's something He's very special because

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he makes a really good He may be reluctant to be

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centre of attention, but they're unlikely to let the big

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day pass uncelebrated. Any thoughts now of retiring,

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and hanging up the bow? Certainly not, no, I'll keep

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going as long as I can. I do know how long they will want

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someone like the in an orchestra like this but as long as they say

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you're OK, I'm OK. Life may not be a rehearsal,

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but rehearsal and performance And the pages are still turning on

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this inspirational musical journey. Still making nice noises! Plenty of

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strings to his bow. Yes he has. Happy birthday indeed. Right, let's

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have a look at the weather for the weekend. We were a bit afraid it

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would be a write-off but it is not looking awful. Oh, you have an

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number, I take it all back! Having said that, not every part of the

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West Country is wet at the moment nor will it necessarily be true

:25:32.:25:34.

because of the next couple of days. The forecast will be dominated by a

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fairly windy picture. Not as windy tomorrow compare to today. But

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indeed compare to Sunday, which will be notably windy again but there

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will be a lot of cloud around through the course of both days. At

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times outbreaks of rain. Dominantly they will be in western areas,

:25:52.:25:56.

particularly over uplands or the Bristol Channel. As you go further

:25:57.:25:59.

east, you get better shelter here and therefore the line's shell the

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drier conditions but it will be milder both days but you can offset

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that with the strength of the breeze or the wind. We had a sequence of

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waves of France running across from West to East out of the Atlantic

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through the course of the night through tomorrow and into Sunday.

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It's our region, the bias is towards the rain stopped at times a bit

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further east. Not expecting any great amount of rain in anyone's

:26:28.:26:32.

spot. Western areas at the moment are prone to a fair amount of wet

:26:33.:26:38.

weather. That will spill across in erratic fashion a bit further

:26:39.:26:40.

eastwards through the seething and overnight. Many areas as you go

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further eastwards that had a dry night, if they windy one for us all.

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Temperatures around eight or nine Celsius by daybreak tomorrow. I am

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expecting there will be a lot of cloud around tomorrow. Some areas

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prone to some further outbreaks of rain. Not everywhere. That sets the

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tone through the rest of Saturday. It will be a notably breezy day.

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Windy in exposure but not as windy as some of the conditions we are

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seeing for example through the course of the seething. As it will

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be underpinned by mild conditions, around 12 or 13 Celsius, up on the

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day's values. Factor in the strength of the breeze or the wind in some

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areas against that. Similarly for Sunday, it will be windy but many

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areas will escape with dryness. The key story next week will be turning

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colder towards midweek. Ian, thank you so much. He makes nice noises

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to! Not all the time he doesn't! Next week will be the first day of

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spring. Officially, yes. If I ruled the world that would be everyday.

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The next week and on the Sunday politics. By for now.

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It was the most beautiful view I've ever been through.

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For one second, I was swimming on my back, and I was looking to the sky.

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I was swimming across the Aegean Sea.

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I was a refugee, going from Syria to Germany.

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This is my life, my career! I did not frame him.

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This is my life, my career! I did not frame him.

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