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

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He's confronted by a worshipper after talking about trade deals

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on alcohol inside a Sikh Temple in Brisitol.

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I don't want alcohol. I'm a practising Sikh. To me, that is

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absolutely outrageous. Mr Johnson says he was

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making a good point. We'll have the latest

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on the election campaign. Rough justice. A soldier

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from Wiltshire is trapped by paedophile hunters on

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his way to a non-existent date. The new housing estate where

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the homes appear very different from the terms of

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the planning consent. And journey's end - the fan from

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Austrialia who turned up for the There's been criticism of

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Boris Johnson after an uncomfortable He was taken to task for talking

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about boosting sales of alcohol Members of the community were also

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unhappy with other aspects Here's our political

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editor, Paul Barltrop. But plenty of phones recorded

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what happened at the Sikh What started as a standard

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political visit To deliver a strong and table

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approach to those... about boosting sales

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of whisky to India. Their religion

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disapproves of alcohol. When I heard that on the news, I was

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like, no way am I going to vote Tory. I don't want alcohol. I'm a

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practising Sikh. To me, that's outrageous.

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Later, a discussion about foreign affairs caused further friction.

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We think there is no more evidence to be produced. Are I don't think

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that's a very good answer. The Foreign Secretary's visit

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clearly didn't go well. Surprise the way it was handled. He

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did manage somehow. Could have been handled a little bit better. People

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are not happy about that. Not too many happy. Because, everybody wants

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some help there. It wasn't very useful? I think so, yeah. Not too

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many people happy about this. Up the road in Yate,

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he was on easier ground at a cafe - the day's only event where TV

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cameras were allowed. He was reluctant, but eventually

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explained what had happened earlier. I think, if I remember correctly, he

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she said she'd some personal experience of alcohol abuse within

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her family. I said I was sorry to hear about her own circumstances.

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That was the issue. There was a clear political significance to

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today's visit. This temple is in Bristol East, a Labour constituency

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the Tories would have much like to take. The visit shows their

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determination to hold on to a seat with the west ease smallest

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majority. As is so often the case with Boris Johnson, the atension was

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on other things. And this is what they'd

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hoped today's visit - but instead became

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another Boris moment. Joining me now from St George

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is the person who challenged Boris Johnson on today's visit

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to the Sikh Temple, Balbir Kaur. For coming on the programme. Why

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were you so offended? Sorry, I didn't hear you. Why were you so

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offended by what Mr Johnson said? Basically, he was standing inside

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the prayer room next to the holy book. He was promoting, selling

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alcohol to India. Doing free trade with India. It shocked me because

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he's in a temple which promotes no alcohol. Sikhism abhors alcohol at

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all times. Alcohol is not good for you. Also, the fact alcohol... Sorry

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to interrupt. It is doing so much damage already in India. There's so

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much people dying of alcoholism. The Indian Government is buying alcohol

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from Britain and then giving it away free to buy votes. Let me put the

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other side of the story to you, if I could. He'd covered his head, taken

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off his shoes. He was trying to respectful and not all Sikhs ban

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alcohol. Many Sikhs in Britain enjoy it and in India, billions of litres

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of the stuff are sold? It's not consumed by baptised Sikhs. He was

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in our temple which is about Sikhism. Alcohol is not something

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you will promote. If he wanted to talk about alcohol, he could have

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talked somewhere else. He should have made it apparent to the people

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who arranged this meeting, they should have done it outside the

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temple. It is not a place where they should be discussing alcohol.

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Especially to promote it. If he was saying they were doing something

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about stopping alcohol, I would have no objection. But it was the fact he

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was actually promoting it and he was promoting it to the fact of asking

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people to vote for them so they can do free trade with India so they can

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sell more and get more people drunk and let more people die. It needs to

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be stopped not just in India but in England as well. Governments should

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be standing against alcoholism not promoting it. Anybody who wants to

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vote for the Tories, who want to do free trade with any country with

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alcohol, should not be voted for. We're fighting against a bad line

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with you. We'll leave it there. Thank you for coming on the

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programme. Nice to see you. Thank you.

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And tomorrow, we're on the election trail again.

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This time in Cheltenham, a seat the Lib Dems

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would very much like to win back from the Conservatives.

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So, if you spot me and the sofa, come over and have a chat.

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A soldier from Wiltshire has admitted attempting to meet a child

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after being trapped by a vigilante detective.

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Private Sam Dallow thought he'd been chatting to a 14-year-old girl

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online and arranged to meet her at a train station.

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But when he arrived, he found he'd been set-up.

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It's the latest case to use evidence gathered by groups

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calling themselves Paedophile Hunters.

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their work has been heavily criticised by the police.

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What are you doing here? Waiting for a friend.

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Private Sam Dallow says he was waiting for a friend -

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But really he was waiting for what he thought was a 14

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-year-old girl he'd been chatting to online.

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That girl was actually Shane Brannigan -

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He poses as underage girls on the internet then tricks

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paedophiles into meeting him - before handing them

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You're scum. You are a disgusting individual.

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This meeting at a train station was all streamed live on Facebook -

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and then uploaded to Shane Brannigan's website

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It's the latest case to use evidence gathered by paedophile hunters.

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Shane Brannigan was posing as a young girl. As part of his work,

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Shane Brannigan printed those messages off and handed them over to

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police alongside the video of his meeting with Dalow. It's that

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evidence that's led Dalow to an offence of meeting a child. Dalow

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will be back on June 8th for sentencing. The judge said maximum

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credit will be given for admitting the offence but to expect a

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custodial sentence. It's the latest case to use evidence

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gathered by paedophile hunters. There's now at least 15

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of these groups in Britain. The vigilantes say they're

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helping out police forces - claiming their budgets

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are at breaking point - by doing the detective work

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detectives are unable They've no money, resources, no

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funding. There isn't enough people in the teams to do this. Leave it to

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people like me who care about the investigation.

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But the police are critical of these amateur detectives.

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They say they can jeopardise ongoing investigations giving paedophiles

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And their actions can have other consequences -

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This sting by paedophile hunters in Essex caused this mass

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brawl outside a shopping centre on Easter Sunday -

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they are taking the law into their own hands

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and they are taking in my view risks that are simply not acceptable

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and the risks that they are posing to children

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are simply inappropriate" As tonight Sam Dallow

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begins his sentence in prison - caught by another paedophile hunter

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- the debate about the vigilantes and their work continues.

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A wet Wednesday, and you're watching BBC Points West.

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Stay with us, as there's much more still to bring you tonight.

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We find out how gloucestershire students duped journalists

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And the rain will depart. Tomorrow is much brighter and drier. Details

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towards the end of the programme. A new housing development in Bristol

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has been pulled from the market as Three-bedroom homes were supposed

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to be built on the site in Bridgwater Road - but instead

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four-bed houses have appeared, Now the council is considering

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whether to pull the buildings down. These are three and

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four bedroom homes. The thing is, the developer,

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Highridge Homes, only has permission The planning application shows

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what they're supposed to look like. The reality is very different -

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they're taller, and include dormers Catherine Withers says

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no-one locally is against What they are against is

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the developers being allowed to get We're desperately disappointed

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with Bristol City Council, with the actions of the planning

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department. I got in touch with enforcement

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and we thought there's be some action in 10 days -

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no action was taken. For one resident, though,

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the development's Highridge Homes, using different

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trade names, has been using Jo Hopkins's address

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to drop off their deliveries. And she's now starting to get

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demands through the door On top of that, she believes they're

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trying to grab her land. This triangle of land

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belongs to her house. The developers need it

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for their access road. Jo says they've already knocked

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down the fence once, and used the land to put in gas

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and electricity supplies. Also, every attempt

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she's made to contact I just feels like

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nobody's listening. We've told the council

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about our land, we've reiterated the protocol about how to develop

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on land not solely owned If we come to sell, we'd be

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answerable if we let this go. High ridge homes have amollingised

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and will take steps to ensure it doesn't happen again. As for the

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land, they say it was offered for sale but they declined to buy it.

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In a statement, Bristol City council acknowledges

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the development is unauthorised, and says a retrospective planning

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application has been submitted for consideration.

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A decision will be made by the Council's Development

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If councillors refuse planning permission they do have the power

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to force the developers to rebuild the homes to the correct size.

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But it's not something councils like to do.

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In the meantime, the estate agents marketing the homes have

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An inquest has heard that concerns were raised about the mental health

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of a young father from Cheltenham who took his own life in prison

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27-year-old Callum Smith had a history of mental illness

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when he was remanded in custody last February.

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after threatening to burn down his mother's house.

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His family want to know whether more could have been done

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Meanwhile in Bristol people at risk of a mental health

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crisis are being offered a new card to carry.

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It contains details of how they can be helped if they have a breakdown.

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The trial scheme is the first of its kind in the West and it's

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hoped it will relieve pressure on the emergency services.

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This is the first design of the card.

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Printed on one side are the details of helplines.

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But the idea is the person carrying the card fills in the other side.

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Meaning that someone who finds them in a mental health crisis might

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The ambition is that people have a better experience of response in a

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crisis situation but also that we can steer them away from using the

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blue light services. Mark's an artist and raises

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awareness of mental health through exhibitions -

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and his own experiences. Suffering from anxiety myself, I

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find it really hard to find my voice. So, I think those cards would

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be really, really good. All the information is there. So then when I

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feel like really anxious, if I'm in a social situation, somebody, if

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they do want to help me, they can see it all there in front of them.

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But if they're to work - people need to know to look for them.

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Jayne has epilepsy and has also struggled with depression.

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I've had it where people have walked past me and I've really needed help

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and I've felt really scared. Scared to ask anyone. You feel a bit of a

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freak. But if somebody goes up and they can look in your pocket and

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they can see it, then they know that you've got a problem. You can help

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somebody. At the moment there are only 1,500

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cards as part of the trial. But if it's successful they could be

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rolled out across the city. A video of a Gloucestershire

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student getting a first after finishing his assignment

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in a nightclub has gone viral But it turns out the film

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and story was entirely fake. University students created it

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as part of a project but then went one step further

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when the press got interested. Here's our Gloucestershire

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reporter, Steve Knibbs. It started as a project to create

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a comedy video and see how far it And it soon went viral -

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not long after the press association, a well respected

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trusted source, contacted the students who decided to keep

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the fake story going... PA published the story

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and which was then picked up by several news organisations

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online, including the BBC local A university student filmed working

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ons an he is say working in a nightclub revealed he got a first

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for the assignment. Shows a lack of diligence in the press. Makes you

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think what's real and fake out there. People should be wiser when

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they open their newspapers. I'm a little shocked in terms of they

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haven't checked their sources. Taken everything at face value. They were

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just a group of students trying to make a video viral. I call the fake

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news the enemy of the people. The fake news.

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Of course fake news isn't new, and this was just a frivolous story

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but the press association said it spoke to the students

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Were the students right to mislead the press in that way? We don't

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condone any students, or any members of the staff, deliberately

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misleading the press. What the Press Association didn't do was to contact

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our press office at the University of Gloucestershire and talk to us

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about the story. Had they done that, we had very explained the situation.

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This is the second time the film production course

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In this era of the internet, it seems that not believing everything

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you read and see may on occasion be true.

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Are you tell me the truth now? No, of course I am. Yes, I'm telling the

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truth. It is all staged. Who do we believe anymore? Helpfully our next

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guest. Ian Mean is a journalist with over

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50 years experience, with Gloucestershire Media,

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the Western Daily Press, the Daily Mail and the Express

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and he joins us now. Thank you for joining us. The fact

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checking here was done. The student said, this is real. What more could

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have been done? Well, Alex, they went out to deceive straightaway.

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There are two red lines in journalism, whether it's in print or

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broadcast media. One of those red lines is trust. And the other, the

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most important, is accuracy. In my view, the person who's running this

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course didn't do a great job. If he's actually encouraging students

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to lie - because that's what they did - let's be really clear, when

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Donald Trump talks about fake news as he has done a great deal today,

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in my view, that is untrue news. And it's totally unacceptable. Of

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course, we understand as you do, this was frivolous by the very

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nature of it. However, it can be more serious as you've alluded to,

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Donald Trump there, we're in a period coming up to an election. We

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are indeed. I think if you look at the political parties and you

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analyse the newspapers every morning, as you do and I do, you

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could say there's a lot of fake news in those newspapers. Fake news ie

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stories that are not going to come true. One of the issues I think we

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have today in journalism is that there's too much reliance,

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particularly by inexperienced reporters on social media. They grab

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at a social media story immediately, believing it to be totally true.

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Sometimes, without checking the facts. In this story, as Steve

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Knibbs did, it would have been clear early on with a simple call to the

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press office, was this a true story or was it frivolous? So, when you

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have a story like this, you know, I was always taught on the Daily Mail,

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you probably need three good sources to stand that story up and be clear

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that it is true. Of course, the Daily Mail's not always without

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blame but I do understand your point. With regards to consumers out

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there, people are sitting at home thinking, What am I meant to do? If

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it comes from a reputable source, then I believe it. Even these fake

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news stories people people doubt those. What would you do as a

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consumer? You make up your own mind. Whether you look at Points West or

:20:54.:20:59.

another channel or you buy my old paper the Daily Mail or the Daily

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Mirror. It is a simple choice. But you do need, Alex, trusted news. The

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Press Association you quoted in this story is the national news agency of

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this country. Highly yes reliable. Very, very respectable. The students

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lied to them basically. Well, thank you so much for joining us to

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discuss this. Very interesting. I think probably read as many papers

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as you can, listen to things. The social media site's taking it really

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seriously. They're going to have little alarms come up if there's any

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doubt to the validity of the story. Now, it's 40 years to the day

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that the BBC's Antiques Roadshow Today, the show was in Minehead

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kicking off it's new series, as ever, trying

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to unearth some gems. And the awful weather

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didn't put off the crowds, The queue told it's own story 3000

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people who weren't to be I have a nice little teddy here.

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He's 60 years old. His birthday soon. It is a 1930s German pillar

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drill. Where did that come from? My dad's shed. A wooden Meccano box.

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The Beatles, a hard day's night. Some had made quite

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an effort to be here. Like the man from from

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New Zealand desperate to get an Antiques Roadshow opinion

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on his vase. We watch the Antiques road show a

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lot. We enjoy it. When we were coming here, I thought, if there's a

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show on while we were here, I'd like to come. If you have brought any

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arms, armour, guns, knives... As for the experts, well, every show

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throws up a surprise or two. This morning, we have had a

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deactivated bomb from the 1930s. Now used as a door stop. It will not go

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bang, I can promise you that. Then there's John, who doesn't bring

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treasures to be valued. In fact, he's watched

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200 live shows. Do the now get bored? No, different

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place, different people, different items. It's all different.

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It's 20 years since Antique Roadshow was last here.

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It was a working railway station then.

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So did a Picasso, a hidden gem turned up today.

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Well, you'll need to wait until this show is broadcast.

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And that'll be some time in the autumn.

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Our locals are the hidden gems. And those people queueing up in the

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rain, I take my hat off to you. I would if it wasn't raining! We saw

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the rain but I think it will be a bit brighter. I've had an e-mail

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from someone asking if I've had enough rain for my garden. I've

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wished for it too much and am being blamed for it.

:24:29.:24:34.

Always this dichotomy with the weather, I'm conscious it is cold to

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wet, dry, we need to be somewhere down the middle. Some people want

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the rain and others will be quite the opposite. Let's look at the

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forecast into tomorrow. If you're not after further rain, a good deal

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of you will be pretty happy. It will be a very different day. A much

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brighter and warmer one. For the most part, a fair amount of sunshine

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around. There will be the risk of showers as well. Not necessarily

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every where. A favoured area for those which I'll come to in a

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minute. Here's how things shape up on a wider scale. The front giving

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the rain today easing out to the east. Taking the last of the

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drizzle. Skies clearing during the course of tonight. A much quieter

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story for the most part tomorrow barring the risk of some showers

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developing into the afternoon. For the time being, the rain is dragging

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its heels. A lot of drizzly rain at the moment still across some western

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areas. The back edge of all of this has been closing in through the

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likes of ex-poor into the Bristol Channel. It will take a while for

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the last of the light rain to go. Ultimately, the skies start to clear

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tonight. It will be a noticeably cooler or chillier night in places

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compared to the last two. Gones are the 13-15 Celsius. More like 5-8

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Celsius. Tomorrow, a bright and dry start. We'll see one or two showers

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forming towards late morning into the early afternoon. As the

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afternoon wears on, a strip through parts of Somerset, close to the

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Mendips across into Bath, North East Somerset and wilt shire catching

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showers. Temperatures tomorrow getting up to 16-18 Celsius. With

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light winds t will feel a good deal warmer. That's about from us now. No

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fake news. We better leave it there, I think. See you again tomorrow.

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The choice you now face is all about the future.

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Whoever wins on the 8th of June will face one overriding task -

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to get the best possible deal for this United Kingdom from Brexit,

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because making Brexit a success is central to our national interest

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