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A fellow Marine on the tour from hell says his

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You are surrounded by absolute lunacy, a bit of lunacy doesn't seem

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so bad. We'll be talking to Paddy Ashdown

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about today's reduced sentence Our other headlines tonight:

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Repairing the tallest pylons outside London,

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how they tackled the job People in Bath are among the first

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in the UK to take it for a spin. Hundreds answer the SOS

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for a family who want There were scenes of celebration

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outside the Court of Appeal in London today as a former royal

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marine from Taunton learnt that he'd be released

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from a Wiltshire prison within days. It was the moment his family

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and friends had been longing for. Alexander Blackman was almost

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at the end of what his supporters called a "hellish" tour of duty,

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when he shot and killed The moment was captured

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on a helmet camera. A year later, the police came

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across the footage by accident and Blackman found himself accused

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of murder, along with His colleagues were acquitted

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but the now disgraced Sergeant was found guilty

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and sentenced to life. Over the next three years, his wife

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Claire challenged that verdict, until finally an appeal was granted

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and his conviction quashed. We are overjoyed at

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the judge's decision sentence, such that he can be

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released imminently. This is the moment we

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have all been fighting It is hard to believe that this

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day is finally here. Our Somerset Correspondent,

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Clinton Rogers has been reporting on this story for us

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since the beginning. He's in the Royal Marine town

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of Taunton this evening. Clinton, there had been some

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suggestion that Blackman might be freed today,

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but his supporters will have to wait a little longer

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for the homecoming. Yes, any welcome home party

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here needs to be put on hold. Now he's already been in prison

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three and a half years. Today his previous life sentence

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was substituted with seven years - and because many prisoners only

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serve half their sentences, well Blackman has pretty

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much done all his time. His barrister said he expected him

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to be freed in about two weeks. Now this is a case that continues

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to polarise opinion. There are those, including

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senior ex military men, who believe Alexander Blackman had

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to be prosecuted once that video Others though say,

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unless you were there, unless you've suffered the intense

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heat of battle, you That's certainly the view

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of a colleague of Blackman, Rob Driscoll was a Sergeant

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with the Royal Marines on the same He has undergone years

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of counselling since. He says the horrors about

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Afghanistan will probably never Through my career, I have seen some

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pretty horrific things. But I hadn't seen them use body

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parts as bait, I haven't heard or A real hatred built

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up inside me for the insurgency and the people that were

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prepared to use these techniques Do you think that is the background

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against which Alexander I think it is certainly

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a contributing factor. There is no way that we can argue it

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it wouldn't have affected I think we are

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surrounded by absolute lunacy, a little bit of lunacy

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doesn't seem so bad. Rob Driscoll says he

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still supports Alexander He acknowledges that what Blackman

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did on the battlefield, captured on helmet

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cameras, may have been captured on helmet cameras,

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may have been illegal, but militarily, he made the right

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decision in not summoning help for the wounded

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Taliban fighter. If he hadn't have done

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what he did, then I would be walking out of the main gate

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with eight or nine guys and that would have meant me rolling those

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dice and potentially not coming back

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with all the guys I walked Now Alexander Blackman had hoped

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that once his murder conviction had been overturned he might be able

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to rejoin the Royal Marines. Today's judges, who said

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he "retained a substantial responsibility for

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the deliberate killing". Decided he should remain dismissed

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from the Royal Marines. Though they did change one thing,

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"Dismissed with disgrace" now But should he have been

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allowed to rejoin? One former Royal Marines colonel,

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still living in Somerset, He is and always will

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be part of the Royal Marine family, but I am

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sure that he will want to focus on his future

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and the Royal Marines will

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want to to go back to concentrate on doing

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what they do best, being the nation's

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expeditionary force of choice. They and he will have

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learned much, but I'm sure they'll

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want to put it behind I'm sure they'll want

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to put it behind them Unwavering support and admiration

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for Claire Blackman today. You've had many conversations

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with her over the last three years. Did you ever get the sense

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that she thought this Up to half an hour ago, I would have

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said no. In fact, she rang me in the last 20 minutes and I had

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accommodation with her. I was able to say that they will ask me that

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question, I am -- am I right in saying you have my doubts? She said

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no, I did have doubts. She said at some point she felt like she was

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fighting an unwinnable battle. I think that once the criminal case's

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decided to get this case back to the Court of Appeal, I think her views

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on that changed. She was confident from that point on. She said

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confident, but never count your chickens. That is view.

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Let's get the thoughts now of Lord Ashdown,

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Paddy Ashdown, are you comfortable with today's decision? The courts

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process has completed. It has taken the course it should take, must

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take, as part of our system of law in Britain and it has reached its

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conclusion. It is not for politicians or indeed for anybody

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else to interfere in that process. They argue final and only authority.

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They have made their decision as to the guilt or otherwise of Sergeant

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Blackman and they have reached their conclusion as to the sentence and

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there in lies and there it stays. I agree with Clinton that the one an

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Allied heroin is Claire Blackman. She has stood by her husband. But

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yourself in his position in that terrible day of duty. With remains

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of other soldiers being used as bait and so on, do you think you might

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have been tempted to do what Blackman did? I can't tell. I wasn't

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there. I think anybody that was there knows and anybody who wasn't

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there it doesn't. That does not alter the fact that in the end there

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is a question as to whether or not the law in our country and indeed

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international law, has been broken. It was right that that should be

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tested in the court and right that the court should reach its

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conclusion. David, I was a Royal Marine myself. I have been in active

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service. I've not seen anything like what Sergeant Blackman saw, but I

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have seen enough. I have given evidence three times in front of the

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war crime tribunal. For actions against international law. Unless

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you have that law asserted and tested in a court, you can't have

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Nuremberg, you can't bring walk on roles to justice. No one is saying

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that sudden Blackman is. But the law has to be paid. These old -- soldier

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goes into someone else's country armed with lethal force. To uphold

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the law. If these older in the process of a battle does not uphold

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law, then they need to face justice. If the enemy is in your site, you

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must do everything you can to kill him. If the enemy is in your power,

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you have to do everything you can to save him. I remember you saying

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that, but the truth is that he did break the Geneva Convention and he

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has admitted that. The people he is fighting against, the Taliban and

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so-called IES, couldn't care less about the Geneva Convention. No.

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That is frequently the case. With the enemies that we need to fight.

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It does not mean that you do not follow it. I remember saying to

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slobber than the loss of itch -- a person who was .... It is a hard

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judgment. In the end, the court has decided on that decision needs to be

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respected. There were mitigating circumstances and that is where the

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matter should be left. We should be celebrating with Claire Blackman.

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That was Lord Ashman reacting to our top story tonight. The imminent

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release of Alexander Blackman, the former Royal Marine from Taunton who

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has had his prison sentence cut today.

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This is David and Liz with tonight's Points West.

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Still to come on this evening's programme:

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If you're scared of heights you might want to look away now.

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We're with the super sparkies as they scale the pylons

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A misty start across the Severn. A mixed day of weather. Next is the

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watchword for the next few days, but I will try and pin some detail on it

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later in the weather. Yes, we are going up in the world later on.

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The inquest into the death of a man who was fatally stabbed heard today

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that his killer had a history of paranoia, but not violence.

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Robert Cox was 24 when he was attacked by Derek Hancock

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at their supported accommodation in Bristol, four years ago.

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In his 20s, with mental health problems, he ended up here.

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Supported accommodation on Eginton Road in Bristol.

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In the summer of 2013, another resident, Derek Hancock,

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The inquest heard Derek Hancock had been homeless and in a hostel

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with 24-hour staff cover, but was judged ready to step

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Wherever he lived though, there were problems.

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We heard today that Mr Hancock was paranoid

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--and at another, he had made unfounded

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This was all before he came to Egerton Road, but once that,

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he made the same type of unfounded allegations against Robert Cox.

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Including on the day that Mr Cox died.

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How police dealt with those allegations will be picked

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Risk assessments by the Bristol City Council and housing providers

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But Mr Cox's family still want answers from this ten-day inquest.

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The police have issued a fresh appeal for information

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in an unsolved case of a woman who was murdered 30 years ago today.

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66-year-old Helen Fleet was found in woodland

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She was last seen alive that morning when she parked her blue Datsun

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near Worlebury Woods to take her dogs for a walk.

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Her body was found by another dog walker and it sparked a major

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police investigation, but no-one was ever charged.

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A security guard who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter

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after tackling a suspected shoplifter will face

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Kieren Church died when the glass bottles he was hiding smashed

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as he was apprehended by the security guard at The Shires

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Three men have appeared in court charged with slavery and drugs

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offences after a cannabis farm was discovered in a disused nuclear

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Two men from Bristol aged 27 and 30, along with a 45-year-old man

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from Bridgwater have all been remanded in custody.

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Next, a quiet corner of South Bristol was transformed

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into a massive building site today, as the BBC programme DIY SOS got

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The team are working around the clock to transform

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a home in Hartcliffe and allow the family's son to return

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As you can see behind me, at quarter to seven in the evening, there are

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still a good 25 were men and women in there. They have been here all

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day most since eight o'clock this morning. An awful lot of hard work

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going on. We have been here most of the day and it has been really

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fascinating and inspirational learning what is going on. We all

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watch and love the programme. It has been a real privilege learning what

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goes on in real-time. By mid-morning most of the input side of that house

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was in the skip here. What struck me most is just the atmosphere of fun

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here today. A real sense of a community pulling together for a

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really good cause. Nearly 100 builders, plumbers,

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electircians and carpenters. All on site, on time

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and raring to go. They won't get paid

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and they will work hard, but they've all turned up

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to do their bit. The people who come up and turn up

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here, most of them won't be The people who give us kitchens

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and extensions and all the rest of it, we are not allowed

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to say who they are. It is the ultimate

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altruistic act, really. It's the community

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coming together in a way that people think doesn't

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exist any more, but does. Five years ago he collpased

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after an operation and has needed round-the-clock

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care ever since. But the family home just

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wasn't suitable for him, so he's been stuck in

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a care home in Gloucester with his Mum traveling by bus

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and train for five hours a day For his parents, this

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build means the world. To come back and see our

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house and a bit of the state, we are excited to see

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what the end product Very, very exciting,

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but slightly nervous, as well. It will transform especially my

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life, travelling five hours a day just to go and see

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Ryan and do his care. With a lot of man and woman power,

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it didn't take long to make a start. It is now 10:30, this build only

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started an hour ago. We have been watching

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people piling in As you can see, this skip

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which was empty and hour For people living nearby in this

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usually quiet corner of Hartcliffe - it's been an unusual day -

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with the street turned into part building site, part film set -

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with some serious celebrity What is it like having

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all of these famous I can't wait for them

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to come out so I can meet And it is even better that it is for

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a good cause, as well. By late afternoon,

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the house was stripped bare. Walls and ceilings have

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been knocked down, And tonight, nine days to get

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it put back together, I can see you with your hard hat on,

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neck. Looks like there was a brilliant turnout today. Is that

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always the case or is heartless exceptional? It is in the top 30 of

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the 200 and something that we have done probably in terms of turnout.

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It was a good start. We thought we would have about 80, but in actual

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fact I asked the man who did our lunches and he said he did 199 to.

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They go. There is Billy in the background that. We have superglued

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to a lamp post just for your entertainment. Love Billy getting in

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on the action. Hello, Billy. He can't move, because I literally have

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superglued him to the lamp post. I watched last week and you may build

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and one of the volunteers wouldn't go home to see his wife in labour.

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What is it about you and the team that inspires such passion? It is

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very nice of you to think it is me and the team, it isn't. This is a

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DIY SOS, but we are actually just a little gravitational pull for the

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community to come together. The people who come in, enjoy it so much

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and really feel they own this build. It is very difficult to send them

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home. Health and safety things, work hours we are supposed to do, it is

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hard to get them off site. They're determined to get on. The changes

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here have been extraordinary, we have taken walls, ceilings, floors.

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Back of the house of. It is on such a grand scale that people really buy

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into it. It is more relevant than just making something for somebody,

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they are changing an opportunity for a family. This lad has been away

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from his home and family for five years. The medics have done an

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amazing job for him, but they can't get him home. This lot can. That is

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kind of amazing. When you realised you have that power, it is not

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difficult. Plus, we feed them heavily, which is important. Very

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quickly, it is always a race against time to get it done, that have

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always does get done, doesn't it? Yes, I feel like Geoffrey Rush in

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Shakespeare in Love when he says, it will be all right, I don't know how,

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but it will be. I don't know how it works. No matter how much work needs

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doing, people stay until it gets done and we will be here late on

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next Tuesday, Wednesday, ready to hand the thing over on Thursday

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morning and hopefully change the family's live. These people will be

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changing families lives. Literally superglued to the lamp post. You

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thought I was joking, he really is. If you need any help for the heavy

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work, I will send Liz over straightaway. Oh, no, David is your

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man. One of the UK's tallest electricity

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pylons has been scaled today, to replace vital parts last touched

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almost 50 years ago. The pylon, one of two

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spanning the river severn, stands at almost 500-feet tall

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and carries cables buzzing Shrouded by a thick fog this

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morning, this pylon has helped keep the South West's light switches

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working since the late 1950s. And is so tall the top is often lost

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among the low cloud. They call these river crossing

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towers or pylons to you and me, and what we've

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got here in the west is the second-highest pair

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anywhere in Great Britain. And through pretty dense fog

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here this morning, you can see the one over there

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and that is carrying longest span anywhere

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in the UK, actually. Over a mile of wires

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going through the air. And over the side,

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the Chepstow side, 500 feet up to the top,

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you might just be able to make up the yellow jackets

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of the people carrying out Those insulated as they are changing

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haven't been switched since This is what it

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looks like when you work Carrying 275,000 volts

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across the river severn, you can see the severn bridge

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in the background. Filmed over half an hour,

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this shows the view up the tallest pylon in the UK anywhere outside

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London. They connect the whole country

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to the power stations and you have got the grid network around

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the whole country supplying power so they can divert power

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all over the country. And the distribution networks,

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the country your door. The insulators they're replacing

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were last changed in 1969. As you can see, health

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and safety procedures The new ones should be fitted this

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week and keep the electricity People in Bath have been among some

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of the first in the country The 12-sided coin came

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into circulation today and the city was one of the few places to receive

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them on launch day. Bath's main post office

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is used to firsts. It was from here that the first-ever

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stamp was sent and today, almost 180-years later,

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the city one of the first It is the first batch

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in the first edition, I thought it might be nice just

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to hold onto it for later on. Bath was one of only 14 cities

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to offer the coin today. It is usually quite busy anyway,

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being the big office in the centre of the city,

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but the first probably 25 or 30 customers,

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they were only here to get

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the new pound coin, which is unexpected,

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but quite And how many people have you had

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coming through the doors We have only been open about an hour

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and a half and at least 150, For some it was a momentous way

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to mark a special day. We are actually a way for Lisa's

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birthday, so we were just in town and we heard that they

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were coming out here. So we thought we would just

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pop in and get them. My sister texted me

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and said get some So I thought I would get

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some for the kids and Others just wanted to be one

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of the first to have one. It doesn't happen

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very often, does it? I thought I'd just

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come and get a few. Have a couple of the new ones

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in the draw, so that when my granddaughter comes to visit,

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I'll be able to give her some. Getting their hands on a piece

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of history and they're proving to be Well, if you think you've got any

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old pound coins lurking down the back of the sofa you have

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until October to spend them. And talking of sofas,

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this is what happened when BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker got his hands

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on one of the first new pound coins It reminded us of this classic

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Points West moment when presenter Susan Osman lost a diamond worth

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?750,000 down the back of our sofa luckily, as you can see,

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it wasn't lost forever. Let's have a look at the weather

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with Sara Thornton. Thank you. I have lost a bit of

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detail in this forecast. I said a few minutes ago that it is pretty

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mixed, and if you look at the Globe, you can see that there is some

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showers on it because it is going to be a pretty mixed forecast. Today,

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we saw those amazing pictures way high up of mist and fog. Then it

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cleared up and some cloud has been moving in. That cloud has got some

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rain with it. It is fizzling out a lot, but is heading our way. As I

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said last night, it has opened the floodgates for little systems to

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flood in over the next few days. Let's talk about that detail. Look

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at that yellow line, it is right across the Bristol Channel. Anything

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north west will be wetter. Always a bit drier in knee. They're that in

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mind as we look at the progression of France in the chart. That little

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bit of drizzle coming through this evening, largely most of it will be

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gone by tomorrow evening. If you lingering showers. Much milder than

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last night. Ten or 11 degrees. That is because of that south-westerly

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wind that you can see. That south-west of the wind will bring us

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some showers especially at the west. Cloudier largely than today and by

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the afternoon a view more showers coming through. A lot of dry

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weather. The further east you are, temperatures in the mid teens. In

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terms of once, it is Thursday that we are really feeling that southerly

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wind all the way up from the Azores. France are trying to encroach

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towards us. They don't really make too many in the way of inroads, so

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there will be a lot of dry and bright weather in the east.

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Temperatures cooler by Friday. Thank you very much. I've got one of

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these new pounds. Shall we toss for it? Works. Sorry, it is mine. We

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