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

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Two West primary schools were on trips to Parliament.

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The children were on lockdown and sang songs to keep their spirits up.

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Well, it's great relief for the parents in Hotwells today

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as the the children from year six in the school had been

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But now they're all safely on a coach and heading home.

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We'll have the latest reaction from west country

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I'm particularly concerned about my staff, who witnessed the whole

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thing. It's deeply upsetting. We immediately after informed their

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families that we are all safe. We are all shocked.

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100 thousand pounds for the parents of a boy who died after being moved

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And the Harbourside plays a major role in a new film starring

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Children from the West on a school trip to Westminster were put

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into lock down this afternoon, as a terror attack

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The groups are from Hotwells in Bristol and St John

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St Francis Church School in Bridgwater.

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One of the teachers put a message on social media saying

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they were singing songs as a distraction to

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Tonight both primary schools say everyone is safe and they're

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trying to get them home as soon as possible.

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In a moment we'll be live at Hotwells school,

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but first our reporter Robin Markwell has been hearing

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from other eyewitnesses from the West caught up

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The attack on the Bridge and then inside Parliament

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Journalists and politicians from the West found

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themselves in the middle of the unfolding drama.

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We'd heard a bang. Me and my colleagues in round 12 of Parliament

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were looking to see what that was and we suddenly saw a policeman

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being pushed into the yard. It was strange because normally nobody is

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allowed in the apart from MPs and those with passes. Suddenly, she was

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pushed and lunged at many times. The attacker had a knife in his hand.

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From what I then saw, a policeman approached him, dressed in black and

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fired two to three shots anti-crumpled on the floor.

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They were told to stay inside their offices.

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Among those caught up in the lockdown, the Cotswold MP

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I'm particularly concerned about my staff, who witnessed the whole

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thing, which is deeply upsetting. Of course, immediate -- immediately

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after it happened we all informed their families that we are safe. We

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are shocked. We are a couple -- we are locked in the middle of

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Parliament. We don't know when we will be allowed out.

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The Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire took

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to Twitter to describe the "frightening scenes outside".

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Salisbury MP John Glen sent his "thoughts and

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And the Wells MP James Heappey praised the doorkeepers inside

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Parliament for their "unflappable attitude" A children's author

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from Midsomer Norton happened to be on Westminster Bridge at the time

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I was walking that -- across the bridge and suddenly a bus stop that

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people started screaming. People came off the bus and seemed upset

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and I saw what appeared to be a trainer by the side of the road. On

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the other side of the vote, there was a body and when I would further,

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there was another body and then when I looked over the side of the

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bridge, they appeared to be a body in the water as well.

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The Prime Minister is to chair an emergency meeting later.

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A counter-terrorism inquiry is underway.

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But for now many are still coming to terms with the shocking

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I have just spoked to the MP for Wells, James Heappey,

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I asked him to describe what is going on around him.

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I am inside the Houses of Parliament. There are a lot of MPs

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sat around, some pacing around. We can endure for a couple of hours and

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I as I understand that we would be moved until the whole of the Palace

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of Westminster is cleared and secured and then they will move us.

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What did you see and hear? So, I was already working in the Palace of

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Westminster when the division bell rang and this all happened, during a

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vote this morning. So I just went straight to the division lobby and I

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was 14, actually just behind the Prime Minister, and I saw somebody

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her ear and she was taken away and I now understand that was harder being

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taken off to a secure location. Really, the first I but it was when

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colleagues started to arrive for voting, looking pretty flustered and

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they had been on their way across from the office blocks on the other

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side of the Parliamentary estate when happened. Some of them were

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asked to get on the floor and take cover and it was really quite

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dramatic. You say you saw the Prime Minister in front of you. What was

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her reaction, as far as you could tell, from worried you where, when

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she got the news that this was happening outside? I can't tell you

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exactly which was told. She may have simply been told that there was an

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incident and could they go with her. She remained as calm as you would

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expect and was taken away. As I understand it, she was removed

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immediately from the Parliamentary estate, but to me, in the QB entered

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the fort, she was just being told something quite normal, as far as I

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could tell. We know that there were two parties of Westminster School

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children in the Palace of Westminster when this all unfolded.

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They have also been involved in the locked in as well. I have heard

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that. In fact, some children were even in the House of Commons at the

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time that the Loughton happened and they were still up in the public

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gallery and hour and a half later, which acted quickly scooter for

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them. You are an ex-military man, aren't you? You have seen conflict

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of course, as it were. What are your personal thoughts about this? I

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mean, the obvious thing to say is that not the policeman who was the

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first line of defence on the gates of Parliament has tragically lost

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his life, the reality is that the security effort around Parliament

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appears to have worked very effectively. The incident seems to

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have been brought to an end very quickly indeed and the house

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authorities, working with the police, having run the process for

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containing the incident and securing the Palace of Westminster. It seems

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to me to have been done very efficiently and very effectively and

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I think we are all very grateful to them for being as good as their jobs

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as they are. Thank you for joining us.

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Our reporter Tracey Miller is outside Hotwells Primary School

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in Bristol where a group of year sixes, 10 and 11 year olds,

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were on a trip to Parliament today when the terror attack unfolded.

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Yes, we know that they are safe but the parents have had a very

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stressful afternoon. The children from year six had been on a trip to

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Westminster today. In the last few minutes, the headmaster has released

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this statement saying that the children were not directly caught up

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in it where -- but when you at the scene and they worked closely with

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the police to put forward an emergency procedure and of they are

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heading home and are safe, they are not aware of what has happened in

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Westminster today. Earlier I spoke to a member of staff who was working

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in the school today. When we came in all the teachers

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were on edge, you could tell. And when they were talking,

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you could hear something The caretaker said that year six

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were on a London trip. We pieced it altogether and realised

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that there was something going on. Another skill was also visiting

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Westminster today. They were inside the Palace of whispered to win the

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attack happened and were caught up in the Loughton but they managed to

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put out a tweet from inside the building and they said that we are

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all sat in the centre of the house of parliament, we are safe, happy

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and lightening the middle of a song. -- likening the mood with a song. We

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don't know what time the children will be getting home but the schools

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are keeping the parents are home and I am sure they would be very

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relieved to have them back tonight. This is a story we will stay with

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the seating. Thank goodness they are safe.

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The parents of a 7-year-old who died after heart surgery

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at Bristol Children's Hospital have been awarded ?100,000 compensation.

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Luke Jenkins was moved out of intensive care just days

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after his operation, because of a lack of beds.

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Our health correspondent Matthew Hill reports.

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Stephen Jenkins has been unable to work since witnessing the death

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We raised the alarm. We were the ones saying that they needed to get

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somebody in here now. After life saving heart

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surgery, Luke came here. He'd been discharged early

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from intensive care. At the time, unlike other hospitals,

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Bristol had no high dependency beds. A new report by the health service

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ombudsman says Lukes parents were misled by staff about ward 32

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being a high-dependency unit. We were saying that she was bleeding

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and with the doctor to come and look or someone from the outreach team

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and they were saying yes, yes, and they just weren't listening to us.

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The HSO report also found maladministration in the Trust's

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complain handling and that, "This has led to an injustice

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It says, "Doctors and nurses failed to recognise and manage signs

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of Luke deterioration", while he was on ward 32.

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Luke should have been admitted to intensive care

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And because of poor record keeping, they could not establish if these

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According to this recording the Jenkins made of a leading doctor

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from the childrens hospital, Luke's death was avoidable.

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If it hadn't happened, she would still be alive. These are quite

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difficult things to correct and we will do our best to correct them.

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But despite this the HSO report concludes that because no obvious

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cause of the catastrophic fatal bleed has been established,

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they are unable to link Lukes death to any of the failings.

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At the time, we believed we would get something from the inquest. We

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put all hopes in the truth finally coming out and we walked away from

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their just being a whitewash anything else.

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The hospital say they have developed an action plan to address

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the failings identified by the ombudsman.

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In a statement they say, "The care Luke received has

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been subject to several, independent, expert reviews,

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none of which showed that we caused his death.

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We fully accept, however, that there were failings in the care

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and treatment we gave him and we also accept that,

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after his death, we compounded the pain and grief of his family

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by giving incorrect and incomplete information in response

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We are deeply sorry for everything we got wrong and we have apologised

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to Luke's parents for letting them down so badly.

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The compensation awarded today means Lukes parents can now begin

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to rebuild their lives, but they will always be

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haunted by the question, would Luke still be alive if he had

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Thanks for joining us this evening here on Points West.

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We'll keep you up to date on events in Westminster before

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We hear about the divide between urban and rural classrooms.

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How the West features in a new blockbuster opening around

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A teenager charged with the murder of a man in Trowbridge has been

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Jordan Taylor, who was 25, died from stab wounds

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after being attacked near the town's community hospital

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This morning Hayden Maslen who is 18 and from Park Street in Trowbridge

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didn't appear in court and made no bail application.

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His trial is due to start in September.

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Disruption caused by a derailed freight train in Somerset is likely

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Replacement buses are running between Westbury and Castle Cary,

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with many trains delayed or cancelled.

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Network Rail says some of the wagons which came off the track

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were carrying stone or sand, and more work's needed

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Princess Anne has told the BBC she believes genetically-modified

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crops have important benefits in providing food The Princess Royal

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The Princess Royal has told Radio 4's Farming Today

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to use GM for crops and livestock on her own farming estate own land

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I do think that in the future your gene technology has real benefits to

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offer which will have, maybe, and occasional blindside, but I suspect

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not very many. Princess Anne's views have today

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been criticised by Green MEPs, who say she "doesn't speak

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for the average UK farmer". Her position also appears

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to put her at odds with her brother, Prince Charles, who's warned that GM

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crops could cause an There's more from that

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interview with Princess Anne on Farming Today tomorrow morning,

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that's from 5.45am on BBC Radio 4. Rural schools in the West are

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calling on the government to push The plans which are proving

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very controversial, with the Prime Minister Theresa May

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and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn battling it out in the Commons

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today on the issue. When there's not enough money to go

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round, changing who gets I think there is to be

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a serious reconsideration Yet everyone agrees

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the old system needs reforming. Some London boroughs get nearly

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twice as much per pupil as the lowest-funded

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areas of England. Under the proposals,

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for the first time, the difficulties faced by rural schools

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are being factored in. The school faced a kosher 17 years

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ago for being too small and now it is one of the biggest winners, its

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budget going up 23.5%. But even the winners are not that happy. On the

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face of it, it looks marvellous for school, but in the small print you

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can see that in the process of implementation of the new formula,

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it means that there will be a cap on the first year of just 1.5%, so to

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give a very long time for us to get the money.

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At Misterton First School near Crewkerne in Somerset,

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Under the proposals, they'll get an extra ?44,000.

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It means they might be able to go from two classes back to three.

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We are thrilled that the balance had been redressed and that

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It has been really tough for small, rural schools.

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The proposed changes are supposed to make the system fairer so you can

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get access to a good aggregation, no matter where you are. The problem is

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that what is good in one size is not necessarily end and others.

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It's the cities which are feeling the biggest pinch.

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A recent survey suggested Bristol's primary schools will lose

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It's difficult for headteachers in Bristol to see the impact

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of the proposed national funding formula changes as fair,

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if it means that we get less money coming into schools to provide good

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quality education for children across the city.

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With schools already needing to find ?3 billion worth of cuts by 2020,

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this review has stirred up a hornet's nest of discontent.

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Last week, the Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown warned

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the Prime Minister she could face a backbench Tory rebellion

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Forest Green Rovers head to promotion rivals Lincoln

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on Saturday with their noses in front at the top

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Victory last night against Solihull Moors and defeat

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for Lincoln meant the to two sides swapped places.

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Forest Green left it late, with the winner coming

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Bristol's harbourside is the backdrop for

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which hits our cinema screens from this Friday.

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Another Mother's Son, which stars Ronan Keating and Jenny Seagrove,

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tells the true story of woman living in Nazi-occupied Jersey.

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Prince's Wharf in Bristol like you've never seen it before.

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In the new film Another Mother's Son it doubles

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In 1942 it was the post that saw Englishman who hadn't been born on

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the island reported to Germany and men who had been captured in Europe

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brought the island and to work. The film tells the story

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of Louisa Gould, whose son She takes in a Russian prisoner

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of war and pretends he is her son Edward to save his life,

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hoping it's what another mother This study of a mother and her love

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and it's about community and courage and because it is a true story, it

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mattered to us that we did it justice.

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And part of that relied on recreating wartime

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Today it's too modern, so the film turned to the westcountry for help.

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Wells Town Hall became the Nazi's headquarters.

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And do you recognise this 1940's steamship?

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It is of course The Balmoral on the Bristol Harbourshide.

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To go back there and have an old board and soldiers coming off, Nazi

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soldiers, and the pitch yourself and imagining, something that we did it

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all the time, all, my God, this really happened. It was very

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distressing, actually. And so was what happened

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to Louisa's brother Harold, He was the only Briton who survived

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Belsen concentration camp. In total, the Bristol

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scenes involved around 100 They will use accommodation and all

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the knock-on effects. They will have eaten in the city. ?20,000 a day,

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?40,000 in 2-D -- days and also the profile on the screen as well, it's

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really important for Bristol. it's the bravey of Louisa Gould

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and her community that they hope the audience will be left

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remembering. Now we return to our top story

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tonight and this afternoon's Joining us now is Professor

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Bill Durodie, an expert in counter-terrorism

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from the University of Bath. I guess this wasn't a huge surprise

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but what is your assessment of these events? You're absolutely right, I

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think this kind of attack is becoming all too predictable now.

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Events in Neath last summer, through the attacks on the German Christmas

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market at Christmas to this today, the one thing I would say is that

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there appears to be a diminishing rate of return for the perpetrators.

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Obviously, this is a terrible tragedy for all those caught up in

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this incident, but we are looking now, really, at individual attackers

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who, I would say, are so completely misguided that they have completely

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lost any sense of having a moral anchor. Professor, what is your

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assessment of the reaction to the events by the security forces today?

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I think it is understandable that, considering the location that

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everything has gone into Loughton, but I also think and I suspect the

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authorities will concur, that the sooner that we can return to

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normalcy, the better, because otherwise, we end up completing

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every act of terrorism. This two elements to an act of terrorism. The

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event itself and how society response to it. I think the best

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thing we could do is to say, this is the lone individual who is obviously

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not just misguided, without any moral attachment to any community

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and it's an act of criminality, more than an act of terror and we now

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need to get on with our lives because we have more important

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things to do than to give too much airtime to individuals like this.

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This happened in one of the most heavily guarded areas of the

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country, of course, in Parliament. What must be a neat mirror scenario,

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I suppose, is something happening here, or out in the provinces, where

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there aren't armed officers available so quickly. Yes, obviously

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we can think that way, but I think the important thing is to speculate

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and extrapolate too much. The fact that that has happened where it has

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happened should teachers that there is no level of security that can be

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assured to all people in all places, at times. It enters the security

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myth that no doubt members of Parliament will be propagating soon

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after these events, to say that we need even more security. There's a

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limit to what we can do and, as I often see as the stains, what we are

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facing here is not the much a security problem as a social

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problem. There are individuals who are so thoroughly misguided in our

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communities, it asks awkward questions as to who is guiding them

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and what our role is in providing direction and moral values to

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society. Certainly, the Home Secretary is Colin and urging calm

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and Theresa May is going into Cobra now. Thank you for joining us.

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Good evening. Certainly decent enough well the sunshine was around,

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much like yesterday, some of you had a different experience with the

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number of showers around. As we head into tomorrow, it will be the study

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of some early rain, which is likely to be heavy and places. That will

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clear the way out to watch the west of us. I suspect many other

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districts will be dry but there is a risk of further in and -- affecting

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southern areas and the question is how far north that might stretch or

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not. For lovers, noticeably windy day with wind coming in from the

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north-east. That inevitably means there will be another sheer wonder

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child to add to proceedings. No pressures to think the worst parts

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of France and I the BDO where we we will see a in situ for the rest of

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the weekend. We have these areas of rain and sure affecting those at

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least two stages through the course of the model and you can see that

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for coming in from a north-east a quarter which, still at this time of

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year, there's still a cold direction. For the rest of this

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evening, one or two showers left, particularly over Somerset. Tending

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to die -- tending to die away. Turning cold as well. This area of

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rain starting to come in from the south-east as we head through the

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second half of the made, such that there is position will be roundabout

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when you see there by 6am. A decidedly wet start for many of you,

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but not necessarily all of you. Temperatures dropping low enough

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that they could have a touch of Frost before that grin appears.

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Through the course of tomorrow morning, bad rain will run its weird

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to the west, so freely heavy. As it does so, the fit next -- the next

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feature of interest will be the South. There is uncertainty how far

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north that and will be no stretch. As you can further northwards, as it

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stands, it is looking drier and perhaps somewhat greater of the

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afternoon, but if you been watching the wind arrow sticking around, they

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are quite pronounced. Temperatures up to nine or other than Celsius,

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but as I mentioned, if you're exposed to the wind, it will be

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feeling that bit more cold. That will be the case into faded, not

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dissimilar in some case -- respects some areas of rain, generally

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lighter, certainly a lot of cloud around and make time to break up --

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tend to pick up later. From the north, that high-pressure starting

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to Dublin and build and that bodes well as we head into the weekend. A

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cold night, certainly. Still that north-easterly breeze.

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Before we leave you, a reminder of today's main news.

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There's been a terror attack in the heart of London.

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Four people including a police officer are now

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known to have been killed close to the Palace of Westminster.

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More than 20 people are in hospital tonight,

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some with what's being described as "catastrophic injuries."

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The Prime Minister, Theresa May will hold an emergency meeting

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of the Cobra committee tonight, in response to the day's events.

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We heard the MP from Somerset saying that she was behind the Prime

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Minister she was given the news. We are back in again at 10am.

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