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Welcome to BBC Points West with Liz Beacon and David Garmston.

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The 20-minute op changing men's lives.

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The treatment to cure a common prostate condition

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is being pioneered in the West and gives instant pain relief.

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I've had the left, I'm fixed, I'm not getting up in the night. It's a

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complete transformation and I'm really happy.

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We'll find out how it works and where it's on offer.

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The candidate denied a job interview when he revealed

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The end of a nightmare for soldiers with stress.

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A new therapy to turn flashbacks into peaceful dreams.

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And we're revving up with the school students

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who are taking their own Formula One car to Silverstone.

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An exciting new treatment's being offered at Southmead Hospital

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in Bristol which could make a massive difference to men's lives.

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It's called the UroLift and it's being used to help with

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a prostate condition called BPH or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia.

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For those who've got it, it feels anything but benign.

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For something that's only the size of a walnut,

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It does grow throughout your life, but rarely causes any

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But once you hit 50 it can start to get bigger

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and around third of men begin to experience discomfort.

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The prostate begins to restrict the tube which carries

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It's a bit like when you get a twist in the garden hose.

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It can mean having to get up several times in the night and a feeling

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Certainly an embarrassing problem, but one which Chris,

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a gardener from North Somerset, was willing to share with our health

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When I first had the problem, I noticed it seven or eight years ago,

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I couldn't pay at all and when the doctor asked if I was in pain, I

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said it was more like discomfort. He said it sounded like you was in

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agony. Chris Monkton was shocked to

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discover he was suffering from BHP. It's a condition which causes

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the prostate to grow Until now, the only solution has

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been to take medication. If that doesn't work, then

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you could be facing major surgery. But now Chris has been

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offered another option. A project at Southmead Hospital

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is offering a new treatment And the best thing about it is that

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it's not particularly invasive It's a bit like pulling

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apart a pair of curtains. Permanent implants are put in place

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to hold the excess tissue away, That's the tube that carries

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urine from the bladder. There's no need for a general

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anaesthetic or an overnight stay. It will reduce those symptoms of

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difficulty being, slow flow, having 2p frequently to empty them later

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because one person doesn't do it all.

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Until recently this operation has only been available privately,

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but recently twelve patients have received it at Southmead Hospital

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as part of an evaluation trial and it very much depends

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on where you live as to whether you may get it.

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In Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire a 10-patient

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In Somerset there are early discussions to start a trial at

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There are no plans for the procedure at Bath's Royal United

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a 10-patient trial was completed at Salisbury Hospital on 24th March

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and it should be routinely available from April.

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Chris Monkton has spoken out about his condition as he wants

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more men to be offered this life-changing surgery.

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Now I've had the UroLift, I'm fixed, I no longer have to carry catheters

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around, I'm not getting up in the night, it takes complete

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transformation and I'm happy. But with the NHS under

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huge financial pressure, it may take a long time for that

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to become a reality. And we're joined by

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the consultant who you saw It sounds almost too good to be

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true. That's the instantaneous response I had, but it's an

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operation that does not involve cutting through an organ which is

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rich in blood vessels and that's the main advantage, especially for the

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elderly who commonly have this ailment. There is no bleeding, no

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need to stay in hospital for two or three days, it's done under

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anaesthetic and it works. So are the days of men taking pills to reduce

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the size of it and getting up three or four times in the night over? I

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don't think there are over but we always start with Pelz, but they can

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have side attacks. For younger men it may affect sexual function and in

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this procedure we stay away from the vessel important for sexual

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function. Will Davila solve the available for everyone eventually?

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It's gone through all the scrutiny and regulatory approval so I think

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we will see it spreading throughout the country. There are already

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centres doing it regularly and we are doing it at Southmead. The old

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operation will still be necessary for certain types of prostate, the

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large ones or ones with funny configurations but I think this is a

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very good procedure that will help men get over things quickly and get

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back to life without having troublesome affects. Is it expensive

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for the NHS? It's a much cheaper procedure both in terms of the time

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in theatre, occupancy of beds and the equipment, so we reckon it saves

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about ?1000 per procedure, so if you have an equivalent operation that

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saves money, there is another advantage. I guess many men over 50

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get the symptoms but it may not always be the ninth so it's sensible

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to get it checked out anyway. It's sensible to go through the right

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pathway and rule out other conditions and the one people are

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most worried about is prostate cancer. There is ten times the ratio

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of men who have the pH than cancer but it is worth having that checked

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out. It sounds like a worthwhile operation. Thank you.

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Well, it's lovely to have your company this Thursday evening.

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It's David and Liz with tonight's Points West.

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We meet the puppet master from Somerset getting offers

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And today was the warmest day of the year so far. It will be a fresher

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and cooler story tomorrow. Details towards the end of the programme.

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The actions of an employment agency in the West have been described

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James Heappey, the MP for Wells, has taken on the case of a computer

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programmer whose offer of a job interview was withdrawn

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when he told them he was blind and used a guide dog.

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The agency are refusing to reveal the name of the company involved,

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but that hasn't stopped the matter being referred to the government's

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Ian Brooks, from Glastonbury, meeting with his MP today.

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Mr Brooks was approached about a computer programming job

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by an employment agency called Vector Resourcing

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But after finding out he was blind Mr Brooks got a call back to say

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the company no longer wished to interview him.

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For someone to want me and then turn me away

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because of my disability, it's one of

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The company said they were unable to accommodate Mr Brooks' guide dog

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but discriminating against a blind person for having a guide

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Vector Resourcing, who are based in offices here on the outskirts

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of Malmesbury, have so far refused to tell Mr Brooks the name

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Not knowing the company's name means it's impossible for him

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I've also contacted Vector Resourcing on Mr Brooks'

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behalf but they've refused to speak to me too.

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It cannot be the case that equalities legislation can be

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defeated so easily as a third party recruitment agency hiding behind

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data protection or whatever else they are hiding behind for not

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revealing the name of a company who have clearly breached

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The Royal National Institute of Blind People has agreed to pay

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They're also keen to remind employers that any extra costs

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incurred making their workplace accessible to those

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with disabilities can be claimed back from the government.

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If I had my choice and lived my life again I wouldn't have a disability.

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I always wanted to serve my country but I've never been able

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to so I chose computers as my line and it's something I can do.

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Mr Brooks hopes by making a stand he'll make employers think twice

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about turning people away because of their disabilities.

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And we'll let you know what action the Equalities

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Parents of students from across Bristol are meeting

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tonight to fight Government plans to change the way

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A consultation on a new spending formula ended last week -

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with some gaining and others losing out.

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Overall, Bristol schools will get slightly less money.

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Martin Jones is at the meeting for us tonight.

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These are mostly parents from Fairfield High School,

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This is the amount of money they are concerned that each school could

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lose and some of the cuts they fear could be coming. The meeting is just

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getting under way and plenty of people there. And they are also

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concerned about some of the cuts already taking place in the West.

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Schools across the West say they're under pressure.

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The government is introducing a new system of funding -

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So while this class learns about Dickens -

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the head teacher is getting ready for financial Hard Times.

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Over 20,000 secondary school students will lose as a result

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When you consider that as a school we sit in

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one of the lowest funded counties, to be losing 2.5% takes the meaning

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out of the term fair when associated with fairer funding formula.

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But the new formula is only part of the problem.

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Even schools which gain under the new proposal are worried

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because rising costs will be more than the increased funding.

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We've cut back on our support staff and maintenance is cut to the bare

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minimum for safeguarding and health and safety,

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The most painful cut is a reduction in teaching time at A Level.

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The government insists it is listening.

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Schools minister Nick Gibb recently visited Swindon,

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saying they're protecting funding while tackling the deficit.

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We have protected school funding in real terms.

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We're spending ?40 billion on school funding, the highest ever amount

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we've ever spent in this country on our school system

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As pupil numbers increase, so will that funding increase.

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But for many there's still too little money in the system.

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Unions and even the Commons Public Accounts Committee say major

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That's something Simon and Terry know all about,

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recently made redundant from their jobs in drama and PE.

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Nobody's ever in a job for life but it felt after 30 years

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of loyalty to one establishment, it was very difficult

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Cuts to subjects are already happening elsewhere too.

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Seven out of ten South West schools who replied to a survey

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from a teachers' association said they were reducing their curriculum.

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Design, German, Drama and Music were the most common GCSEs to go.

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Schools try to protect core subjects like English and Maths.

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The problem is, many now say they can't make

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What's interesting about a meeting like this is the same groups of

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parents across Bristol getting organised. There are two other

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meetings in the next wake of parents concerned about the effect of

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spending cuts on their skills and the organisers hope this will become

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a bigger movement. There's so much to discuss about education that the

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Sunday Politics are doing a special feature on this weekend. You can see

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that on Sunday at 11 a.m.. One of Swindon's main roads

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was closed today after a gas leak The Great Western Way was shut

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for more than an hour after contractors cut through a gas

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pipe on the estate this morning. Firecrews were called and a nearby

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factory had to be evacuated while the work was carried out

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to fix it. People with breathing

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problems in the Freshbrook, Toothill and Grange Park areas

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were told to stay indoors Wiltshire-based armoured vehicles

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are leaving the UK today as part of a big military

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deployment to Estonia. Earlier this month more than 100

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soldiers from the 5th Battalion, The Rifles, based at Bulford Camp

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arrived to bolster Nato Defences. The Nato operation is to reassure

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eastern European members in case Imagine, almost every night,

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having the same recurring nightmare about a traumatic event that you've

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witnessed and always It's a common symptom of PTSD

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in military veterans. Well, now a Cheltenham therapist

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is getting positive results by actually changing the nightmare,

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allowing veterans at last Here's our Gloucestershire

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reporter, Steve Knibbs. It's not his real name but Peter

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was woken up almost every night by a recurring nightmare reliving

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the moment he saw his friend Right at the end there's a clang

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like a gong, a bell. It was a large propeller

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and I mean large. In his own words he said the lack

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of sleep turned him into an ogre. Irritable to everyone,

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including children and grandchildren, wife,

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next-door neighbour, It's often a difficult cycle to get

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out of but Justin Havens has been researching a technique called

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Planned Dream Intervention - effectively teaching the brain

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to change the nightmare. Resetting their sleep cycle,

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if you like, and you do it by creating something

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for your dream, something to allow The reason people are waking up

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is because the dream is not continuing, normally because there's

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something horrific happening. Justin's three-year research

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involved over 100 UK veterans suffering with PTSD and over half

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saw improvement One solider dreamt every night

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that he was being chased and woke up when he was jumped on and dragged

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to the ground. He would often fight

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his wife in bed. But he changed the scene to a rugby

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match where where he was running with the ball, then tackled

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to the ground but went over the line to score a try with opponents

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still hanging on to him So we're priming the dream process,

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giving it a shot in the arm, We're not doing anything magical

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or mysterious, just helping Magical and mysterious it may

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not be, but for Peter changing his nightmares changed him

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for the better. It turned the gong sound

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from being a horrible expression, the death knell, to a dinner gong

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or cathedral bells I'm not feeling guilty anymore,

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I'm not feeling unpleasant. Justin's now writing up his research

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and plans to share it not just with military charities but also

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others who help those Last November we revealed

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the pressure that some agency drivers were under,

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delivering parcels for Amazon. The investigation, which was carried

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out by Inside Out West, revealed illegally long hours and pay well

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under the minimum wage. Well, since then more than 50

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drivers from all over the country have got

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in touch saying they'd had similar experiences.

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Seb Choudhury reports. Six months ago Inside Out West went

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undercover at We gathered disturbing evidence that

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some agency drivers for the biggest online retailer in the world

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were being exploited. We had one guy that he hadn't

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had a single day off for three months solid,

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so that was constant seven days a week for three months

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driving on the roads. After the programme

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we were inundated with messages from all over the country

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from people who had worked as Amazon I was always running late

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because there were too many stops and had to break traffic rules

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and other stuff that The only way to knock time off

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is to break the law by speeding. Amazon don't care about the drivers

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and give impossible deadlines and as for asking for a day

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off, forget it. How was the response

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when the programme went out? The contact I got from drivers

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was amazing, to be honest. The words they were saying to me,

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they kept thanking me for standing It was quite emotional

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as well, to be honest. And you can see the full

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story on Inside Out West tomorrow night at 7:30pm -

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they've moved from their usual And we should add that the original

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investigation recently gained the team a Royal Television Society

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award. Katy Perry has been unveiled as one

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of the acts who will play this Part of the line-up was announced

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today and the singer took to social media to say she was looking forward

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to tea and crumpets Music lovers have been divided

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with some saying the line-up is the best in years and others

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saying the festival has moved Enjoying the weather and tea and

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crumpets? She doesn't know what she's let herself in for. I'm

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looking forward to going. Are you going?

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I haven't decided. Students from Gloucester

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are at Silverstone this evening, trying to win

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a national racing competition. A team from The Crypt School has

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made a mini Formula One car, which has been tested against others

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from across the country. But this competition

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isn't just about speed. A year's worth of work

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sits on the start line. And Nathan is in

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charge of the button. Anxious faces as the students from

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Gloucester wait for their little car to travel 20 metres in just over a

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second. That's twice as fast as Usain Bolt.

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It's nerve-racking, we've all put in loads

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of sleepless nights on this, we've worried so much,

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we were up until 3am the other night just finishing everything off

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and making sure we were happy with it, so we've all

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If this all goes awfully, there will be some tears probably

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This is a journey which started with this, a hard foam block.

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Cars flying down a track, metres away from one of the most

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This is Formula One racing - just smaller.

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Those blocks have been made into cars by 30 teams who have come

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Now they're going against each other to finish

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But this competition isn't just about speed but design,

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the sponsorship the team has managed to get and how it presents itself.

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The F1 teams are very close by so we had four teams coming

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to have a look around, meet the students and present some

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It's an opportunity for them to take a look at what we're developing

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as an organisation so they can support it in a bigger way

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to attract more students and make the pool much bigger

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Unfortunately, the team from Gloucester didn't make the podium.

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Disappointing but we all put in a lot of hard work, a lot of sleepless

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nights. Could have gone better but waiting for the scorecards,

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hopefully better than last year. It's now hoped that the skills they

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learned from making this could one day be used to make something more

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like this. I thought that would have a happy

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ending! Such passion. That's life, guys,

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live to fight another day. An animator turned

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puppeteer has won ?50,000 Barnaby Dixon has created his

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own puppets and films He's already getting interest

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from international programme makers. So I finally finished the puppet

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or close enough to it. This is called Manu,

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the unique creation by Barnaby Dixon With the dancing Manu,

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Barnaby went on to win the Germany I won ?50,000, which is a lot

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of money but that will go towards equipment, towards lawyers'

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fees in terms of Barnaby studied animation

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but decided to build puppets around his hands

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so that he could make To do that motion, that's

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a day's work in stop motion which is insane,

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whereas this, it happens as quickly as you can perform

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it, so fairly cheap. So far he's relied on crowdfunding

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to support his work. It's meant he can spend hours

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creating characters like Dinosaur. When you're in control

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of every aspect of creation, you are the authority

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and its very freeing. Along with the character

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Dabchick, Barnaby has made The good news is, we're

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doing an Easter egg hunt, With offers from the US

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to make a TV series, If you're good enough

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at anything and you like it and other people like it,

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you can make a living doing anything, if you find

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a way to make it viable, Isn't that clever? I have a feeling

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we will hear a lot more from him. There were rumours of highs of 18

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today. Did they come through? They did, 19 Celsius, not as high as we

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saw towards the south-east of England but the warmest day of the

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year so far. Tomorrow will be characterised by fresher and cooler

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weather, but would you have any sunshine it will still feel

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comparatively warm and there will be some rain, some of that showery to

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the first part of the day and as we get later on to wards the evening

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and through the evening, but most of you will enjoy a lengthy spell of

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dry and bright weather. We have some light showers running in from the

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South West associated with a high level cloud and in the early as a

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week-old front from the South West will set up tomorrow morning with

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some light rain but there was a fair stretch of the day were it looks the

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opposite in terms of a balance towards a lot of dry weather. At the

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moment, although your reader apps might show a lot of showers around,

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not all of that is reaching the ground but the second half of the

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night will usher in a greater threat showery rain. Temperatures around

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tonight after ten or 12, a breezy story tomorrow and then once we

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clear that first phase of showery rain, the rest of the day for the

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majority will be bright, varying amounts of cloud and sunny spells,

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occasional showers but many areas on a stretch of dry conditions which

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will last into the evening and then we will bring in the renewed threat

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of further rain in the evening and overnight into Saturday.

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Temperatures tomorrow at the town on today, then Saturday will be a

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classic day of sun and showers, some of those showers will be heavy,

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possibly some thunder and hail, but towards the West a ridge of high

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pressure builds so we will have a weekend off to have speakers Sunday

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is looking settled, dry and fine. I don't think I got 18 degrees today.

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I had my own personal cloud! That's it from us. I'm back at 10pm with an

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app base but otherwise see you tomorrow. Thank you

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