27/03/2017 Points West


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

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Dyson warns the Government not to brush away international students.

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Out campaigner Sir James says the country should allow foreign

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graduates to stay and work here after Brexit.

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Most of them, I think it is 90%, plan to go home afterwards.

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So to educate these wonderful people and then send them home to compete

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With the hours ticking down until Brexit is triggered,

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we'll be asking if any leavers are having second thoughts.

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Reunited, the lorry driver meets the woman who saved his life

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DIY SOS returns to Bristol to help reunite him with his family.

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It is a long shot but Bristol Rovers say they will not give up on the

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play-offs just yet. There's been a sharp rise in profits

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at Wiltshire-based Dyson. The home-appliance maker saw profits

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go up 41% last year. But at the same time,

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its founder Sir James Dyson has warned the Government not to let

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Brexit hit the number Here's our political

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editor Paul Barltrop. All looks good at company

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headquarters in Malmesbury. Rising sales have pushed

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profits up sharply. Sir James Dyson backs

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Brexit, and thinks it But he is anxious that overseas

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student numbers don't fall. I think it is most important that

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students who come here, particularly to study science

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and engineering, know that when they have booked the course

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and paid for the course, that they can stay afterwards

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and contribute to British society. If we can keep those, we'd be much

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richer and better off as a nation. He's echoing concerns raised

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by universities like Bristol. These are some of its

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1,000 EU students. I know for my parents it was a big

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investment in money. It is quite a big investment

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but so far it is worth it. The problem for the Government

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is that all overseas students that come to places like Bristol

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are officially immigrants. And with ministers aiming

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to dramatically cut net migration into Britain over the next few

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years, there are fears that our They are huge contributors

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to the finances of universities because they pay their ?9,000

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in fees just as UK students do. But of course the money

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that they spend on taxis, rent, food, restaurants

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within the community, they are huge contributors

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to the economy of Bristol The Government are trying

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to sound reassuring. This Government welcomes

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strongly the contribution EU and international students make

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to our higher education There is no plan to introduce

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a cap on a number of But ministers haven't yet decided

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whether to exempt students Some of the west's best-known

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businesses and universities will be Paul Barltrop, BBC

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Points West, Bristol. Well, I spoke to the Bath MP

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Ben Howlett a little earlier. I asked him if he sympathised

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with Sir James Dyson's concerns? I have a huge amount of sympathy

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for James's concerns, not just at a local level,

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but at national level, particularly with the lack

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of engineers currently coming into the country and our

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engineering shortage. He voted for Brexit

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and urged others to do so. It is a bit rich to complain,

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except for the bit that affects me. Both areas of the Conservative Party

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who voted for Remain and Leave This transpires across

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the entire debate. We need to be careful about deciding

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what immigration looks 50,000 students were granted visas

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to stay on after they had graduated. But the evidence suggests only

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10% of those people got The other 90% were doing lower-paid

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work which could easily be done As it stands, we have an engineering

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shortage and we're not short of companies saying we are desperate

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for more engineers. Airbus, Rolls-Royce,

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across the west of england. At national level, immigration

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looks good at the moment. But in two years, if the economy

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takes a hit, international students Isn't there a case for having

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an Australian-style points system where, if we are short of engineers

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or other graduates, they can be attracted in and there

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wouldn't be restrictions? The Government will introduce

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a new Immigration Bill over the next two years after triggering Article

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50 and that is a debate Now, the Higher Education

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And Research Bill is crucial in identifying how many

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international students we have in our country,

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and we will make that case The inquest into the death of a man

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in supported accommodation Robert Cox died in 2013

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after being stabbed at flats for people

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with mental health problems. Derek Hancock pleaded guilty

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to his manslaughter on the grounds Today's hearing was taken up

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with legal argument. The jury is expected to be sworn

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in tomorrow and the first A company which runs rail services

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across parts of the west has been stripped of its franchise

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by the Government. The South Western franchaise

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is currently operated It runs trains between Bristol

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and Bath on to Salisbury The service will be taken over

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in August by a joint venture between First Group

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and the Chinese company MTR. The company which is decomissioning

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three power stations in the west says work will be unaffected

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by a row over whether the contract Magnox says it is business

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as usual on the Hinkley A, The Nuclear Decommissioning

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Authority said today it would not challenge a court ruling that

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?6 billion to dismantle 12 nuclear sites in the UK had

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been "wrongly decided" A lorry driver from Bristol

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has today been reunited with the woman who saved his life

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after he had a cardiac arrest Stuart James returned to the spot

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where his heart stopped beating, Without you, I wouldn't

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be here today. Holding hands with the woman

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who saved his life, lorry driver and father-of-two young children

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Stuart James is back Stuart was delivering a sofa

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with his colleague Craig when he collapsed on the pavement

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and had a cardiac arrest. I looked round and

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thought, he's gone. That's when I noticed

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Stuart on the floor. And he wasn't breathing,

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he was purple, not responsive. At that moment, an eye witness ran

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into the dog groomers opposite, knowing that Dawn who worked

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there had been in the Army. Dawn came straight outside to help

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Stuart and at that point her I made sure his airway

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was clear, checked his pulse, I started two rescue breaths,

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then the chest compressions. Dawn's quick actions kept the blood

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pumping around Stuart's body, Stuart was airlifted to the Great

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Western Hospital in Swindon. When he woke up a few hours later,

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he had no idea what had happened. I just thought I might have passed

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out and banged my head. I realised I had a massive

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lump on my head. Then to be told I'd died

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and been brought back, it's quite mindblowing,

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to be honest. Knowing I can still

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see my kids grow up. Dawn is now raising money

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for a defribrillator to be placed outside her dog grooming shop

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so that others can be saved It is so important to learn those

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life-saving skills because you never know.

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I agree. It is so fantastic when somebody can do it.

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It's Alex and David with you on this Monday evening.

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And it's nice to have your company on our first full programme in this

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Yes, it really did feel like spring had sprung this weekend, didn't it?

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Stay with us on this lighter evening.

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There's much more still to come, including.

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Find out which hit BBC TV programme has arrived in Listowel. It is here

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for the next ten days, you wouldn't believe how long it takes to get it

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on the telly. Let us go! The students who have won

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a prize for finding out. CCTV footage has been released,

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of the moment a fire started at a community farm in north

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Bristol. A week ago, flames tore through

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offices at the Lawrence Weston site, causing thousands of pounds'

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worth of damage. And two people approach the entrance

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of the farm carrying boxes of what's Minutes later, the front

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door is ablaze. As the flames take hold,

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the pair appear to run away. By the following day,

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the extent of what's Tens of thousands of pounds' worth

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of damage, and heartbreak for those who volunteer here,

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and those who love to visit. The fire destroyed the officers and

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community centre but it could have been worse. Smokey who was born on

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the night of the fire was asleep with the animals in a neighbouring

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barn. Fortunately none were hurt. The farm has been at the heart

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of this community for decades providing the chance for local

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children and grown-ups to interact It also offers volunteering

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opportunities and hands-on experience of life on a working

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farm. What happened here has shocked

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everyone. We have been overwhelmed by support.

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There has been an outpouring of support from everybody, incredible.

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We have set up a fundraising page and we received almost ?4000

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already. Avon And Somerset Police say

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they are still investigating the blaze, and are asking for anyone

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with any information Meanwhile, the farm is now back open

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for business and volunteers say That is so dreadful, they work so

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hard down there. When Ryan Pollard, from Hartcliffe

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in Bristol, collapsed after an operation five years ago,

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he was left needing What's worse, he has been stuck

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in a care home in Gloucester But now, the BBC's DIY SOS

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show is about to start work on his family home,

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so he can finally return. This is the bit you don't often see

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on the telly, the calm before the DIY SOS storm. If I take you to our

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camera shot on the top of the truck, you can see row upon row of

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containers, vans, fencing. Here at the house where they will be for ten

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days, it is already a building site. This is for a very special young lad

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who actually grew up here but isn't at home anywhere near as much as he

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wants to be. Ryan Pollard used to play football

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with his dad at the park. His life, and the lives

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of those around him, changed in 2012 when he kept getting

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blurred vision and headaches. After a brain operation, he actually

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went back to full-time work. We had been out all

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day, we came home. He admitted then he had

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a headache but that was Since then, he's needed

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24-hour care in Gloucester. He can only visit his family

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in Bristol once a week. He talks through a computer,

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and his words say it all. I need to come home

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and be with my family. Ryan wants to be at home,

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but home isn't ready for Ryan. That is until DIY SOS

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get their hands on it. DIY SOS is made in Bristol but it

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has been seven years since they did a big build in the city. Mark, this

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is a home gig. It is, for me and Gabriel, we are

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excited to be here. An amazing turnout. Some incredible suppliers

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on board. Everyone is working very hard to get Brian home.

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I had 900 tradesmen offered their services.

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We had 10,000 hits on Facebook offering support, 900 people came

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forward wanting to work in this house.

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You are one of them. WSDL is my hometown, I am so proud. And

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nerve-racking when it is your hometown wondering if anybody would

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help us. We have been overwhelmed. I know it

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has to be a secret. Can you tell us anything?

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All I can say is it will be amazing and we are honoured to be here and

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excited to get Brian home, in ten days, Ryan will be back in his

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house. Is there anything else you need, can

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we help? Keep getting the word out there, if

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we need materials. We have had brilliant local suppliers which is

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so lovely. The Bristol community have stepped up.

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Bristol, well done. If you are wondering when this will be on the

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telly, they are filming the ten days but it won't be on the telly for at

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least a year. It depends when they want to slot us

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in. In a year, you will see that house

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looking rather different on BBC One. Come on, Bristol!. I will get the

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tissues ready, it will be moving. I wish Mark could be a bit more

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enthusiastic! If you do want to help, go to their

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website, there are lots of ways to help.

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A project which uses archaeology for therapy has been trialled in one

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Over the last six months, Stonehenge has been home

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to Human Henge which has been looking at how exploring the ancient

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monument may be able to help people with mental health problems.

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Simon has struggled with his mental health since he was 17

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but in the last six months this ancient landscape has been

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People start off quite removed from the stones and they start

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learning about them and then gradually they get closer

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and closer, they approach the stones themselves through different parts

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of the landscape, by talking with curators,

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looking at collections, but also gradually they get

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From musical performances to stargazing, through the stones,

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everyone here has been asked to consider the relationship

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Our vision is that the groups of participants who engage

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in the project come to various monuments week on week,

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and they learn about the monuments from an archaeological point

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of view, but also think about the implications.

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Today we are looking at some very old ones but we're thinking

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about the activities the living would have done when this monument

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The project has helped her to leave the house.

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I would probably still be at home not going out much.

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My husband said I'd become animated again

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It has made a lot of changes to me and my husband.

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Left to myself I would make excuses not to do things.

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I made a commitment to do this every Friday morning.

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I do it and feel so much better for having it.

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Researchers will spend 18 months working out if using historic sites

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like Stonehenge can improve the lives of more people like

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Rhiannon Fitz-Gerald, BBC Points West, Stonehenge.

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Bristol Rovers' manager is refusing to give up on reaching the playoffs,

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despite losing ground on their rivals at the weekend.

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Our sports editor Alistair Durden was with the travelling

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A big shame, as Rovers have been showing signs of challenging

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Perhaps a little greedy, they've progressed so quickly

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It's not over yet, but Saturday was a big set-back, with defeat

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A disappointment to the 4,000 Rovers fans who had

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This was Rovers' biggest away-following in the

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A chance to visit a big stadium and a famous old club,

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with a third straight promotion still a possibility.

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People are saying that they don't want promotion, because we will only

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The performance has been excellent, and we really do look a good side.

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We are there or thereabouts, aren't we?

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This was not a performance to remember with any fondness,

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Rovers' inconsistency on the road rearing its head again.

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That effort from midfielder Ollie Clarke and this

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from captain Tom Lockyer were their best

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But it was Coventry who worked a winner, ten minutes from the end.

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Rovers now six points from the playoffs, having played

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It was a tall order anyway, but now it's gone.

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We've played well against good sides, and poor sides,

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We'd have been delighted just to stay up this season.

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I won't be happy finishing mid-table, that's for sure.

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I want to keep pushing on, and certainly want the last six

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games to finish as high up the league as possible.

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Like I say, a long, long shot for the playoffs,

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but win your next game, and see where that takes you.

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After the way Rovers finished last season,

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it would be unwise to rule anything out just yet.

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Have they got a chance of staying up?

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All of a sudden they are back in it again.

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Even the head coach admitted he had begun to think his players had

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But then they produced a performance like Saturday's.

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The winning goal against Millwall came deep in stoppage time.

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Valuable too, Swindon are now four points from safety

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They still have to play two of the top clubs,

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Fleetwood and Scunthorpe, but the rest are mid-table

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opponents, hopefully with not too much to play for.

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A little bit of an update on Cheltenham manager Gary Johnson

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who's at home recovering from heart surgery.

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He's spoken to his players for the first time since

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the operation via a video link this morning.

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They've not won since he's been off, and they're only six points

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The club say that Gary will be back at work for the final few

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Bristol Rugby's relegation was all but mathematically

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confirmed over the weekend, while Bath face a fight to hold

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They suffered their heaviest Premiership defeat in 15 years,

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Saracens beating them 53 points to ten.

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It means Bath have dropped out of the top four.

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In two weeks' time, they face Leicester,

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Bristol gymnast and star of Strictly Come Dancing,

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Claudia Fragapane has won a silver medal on her return to competition.

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She kicked off her high heels and returned to the floor

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Her routine did include a few influences from her time

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in the ballroom which she says has helped her show off a different

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Since Strictly, I have become more confident as a person.

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Before, I couldn't even take a train on my own.

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Made me more confident to go out and do my own things.

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In gymnastics, to chill a bit more, enjoy it.

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People are here to watch a good performance.

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It is nice to go out and enjoy yourself and do

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Claudia's next goal will be to make the team for the European

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I am just relieved she did not do it in high heels.

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Were you able to isolate which moves it was?

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I am not an expert. We should move on, time is pressing.

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Two teenagers from north Somerset have won a national prize

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for discovering what colour birds are most attracted to, and that

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knowledge could be used to stop them from hitting aeroplanes.

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George and Ed used coloured bird feeders in their research

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Imogen Sellers has gone back to school to meet them.

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So, in our experiment, we try to answer -

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do birds have a favourite colour, and if so, what is that?

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They may only be 14- and 15-years-old, but these two

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from Churchill Academy in north Somerset triumphed

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over scientists several years older than them.

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George Rabin and Ed Thurlow studied birds' responses to colour

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in the hope of reducing the number of aeroplane strikes.

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And their simple project, using coloured bird feeders,

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won them the title Big Bang UK Young Scientists Of The Year.

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It was a feeling that you can't quite describe.

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We just went out there to try our best and enjoy the experience,

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And it was the icing on the cake to win the Young Scientist Of The Year.

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The judges found their knowledge, confidence and delivery

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so impressive, they beat students three and four years above them.

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And the win hasn't done their street cred any harm, either.

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They were in our class, science, and it's really good that

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It's really cool and really interesting to see how far they've

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taken the project and how enthusiastic they are and it's got

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I think doing something like that at such a young age, in my year,

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The pair have big plans for their project.

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They hope to one day work with major airlines and perhaps help reduce

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We can't obviously make conclusions about it yet,

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because we do need a larger dataset certainly for the plane data,

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but working with airlines could be very interesting and give us a very

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good practical application for what we've done.

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And they want to go into primary schools to inspire budding

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They should, they are so charismatic. You see young people

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like that and you think the future is clearly fine.

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And if you want to know what the birds' favourite colour is,

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And you can go to our social media sites for more insight

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In the daylight now the sun has changed to British summer Time, the

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clocks went forward yesterday. For some of us, it has stayed gloomy.

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Let us take a look at the weather watchers. You can see we started

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with low cloud. By this afternoon, that started to melt away with

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sunshine coming through and tempted let up from six up to 14 Celsius.

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That is the story across the southern half of the UK. A lot of

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low cloud, burning away. Temperatures in our region were kept

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by the cloud which never got away. Some systems are making their way

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towards us through tomorrow. This evening, still fine, settled, light

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winds. We won't see the same mist and fog patches. A couple of showers

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first thing. Temperatures overnight around five Celsius. A couple of

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showers. Not coming in until the second half of tomorrow afternoon,

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drifting up the Bristol Channel into Gloucestershire, Wiltshire staying

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dry. Temperatures in the mid teens in the best. In the middle part of

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the week, things will turn unsettled, low-pressure allowing the

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systems to slip away towards us, one later in the day on Wednesday, then

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through to Friday. On Thursday, temperatures will do very nicely.

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This is the outlook day by day. Tomorrow, a couple of showers first

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thing, then later in the afternoon. Some later on Wednesday. Thursday

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and Friday we will see some. But largely a lot of dry and sunny

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weather mixed Join us again after

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the Ten O'Clock News. After that we will party the night

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away for Alex's birthday.

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