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Tonight's top stories. been saved if the police

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A six-figure compensation deal for the family

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of Frances Cappuccini, as an inquest finds "failures,

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inadequate diagnosis and treatment" led to her death

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Failures of Maidstone and Tunbridge

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Wells NHS Trust, and those employed by the trust,

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East Sussex County Council announces its budget plans.

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The mental health patients let down by the NHS.

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A Kent support group claims it's taking too long

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# There'll be bluebirds over the white

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Celebrating a century of Dame Vera Lynn.

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A special charity concert is planned for the Sussex singer's birthday.

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Renowned Jazz virtuoso Dave Drake returns from New York

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The family of Frances Cappuccini have already reached a six-figure

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agreement for compensation with the Tunbridge Wells Hospital

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Trust, following her death after giving birth to her second son

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via Caesarean section in 2012, this programme has learnt.

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Today, after ten days of evidence, a coroner ruled that "failures,

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inadequate diagnosis and treatment" led to her death.

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The 30-year-old had emergency surgery after losing

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four pints of blood, but never regained consciousness.

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Tom Cappuccini has now spent four-and-a-half years looking

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Today, a coroner ruled his wife and their mother died

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because of the failures, inadequate diagnosis

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and treatment she received at Tunbridge Wells Hospital.

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Now, tonight, this programme can reveal a compensation payout has

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been agreed between the hospital trust and Frances

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I would expect it to exceed a sum of ?100,000 and beyond that. That is

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speculation but it would be significant because of the age of

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the person who has been lost and the young age of the children as well.

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Over the past few weeks, this complicated inquest has

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unearthed the scale of what went wrong at Tunbridge Wells Hospital

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when Frances Cappucini arrived in October 2012.

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The court heard about confusion over the identity of the on-call

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An expert told the inquest how he still does not know

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Later, the coronoer was told how doctors involved

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in Frances Cappuccini's emergency care had to wait up to ten minutes

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And today, the coroner heard how Mrs Cappucini's Caesarean section

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after a 12-hour labour was not carried out with care,

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resulting in a piece of placenta being left in her uterus.

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By the time it was removed, she had lost four pints of blood.

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During the hearing, it was suggested by the family's lawyer these errors

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may not have been made if Frances Cappuccini's wish

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to have an immediate Caesarean were followed.

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While you respect a woman's decision, you must give safer

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quality care if you don't listen to them. Women know their bodies best,

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they have been through pregnancy and have a clear understanding what they

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need. Those judgments should never be second-guessed by the hospital

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staff. Much of the criticism heard in court

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focused on one particular doctor, Claims he took Frances Cappuccini's

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breathing tube out too soon, how he required consultant

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supervision, and how Doctor Azeez had made a mistake with worrying

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parallels seven months earlier, and how that error had been

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removed from an NHS report. Charges against Dr Azeez were

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dropped and he is now in Pakistan. Another doctor involved

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in Frances Cappuccini's care is now Neither doctor appeared at this

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inquest to give evidence. Failures of the NHS Trust and those

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employed by the trust cost Frankie her life. Nothing can heal that

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pain. At least today after over four years the truth is acknowledged.

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apologies to Mrs Cappuccini's family, and said it

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had brought in changes to improve patient safety.

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Charlie Rose, BBC South East Today, Gravesend.

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Charlie, the trust says it has brought in changes following

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In the past half hour I have spoken to a representative of the NHS Trust

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and he told me changes have been put in place with staff training,

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record-keeping, the weight junior and senior staff communicate, and

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crucially the escalation of serious incidents is. It said it will

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continue to do everything it can to ensure the highest possible standard

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of maternity care. The trust says it wants to extend its deepest

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sympathies to the family of Frances Cappuccini.

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East Sussex County Council has announced it plans to increase

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council tax by almost 5% in the next year.

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In a draft budget meeting this afternoon, bosses have discussed how

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they'll save millions of pounds across its services.

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That is the maximum amount allowed without triggering

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It means homeowners will pay on average an extra ?62 a year.

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The council says it needs to save ?17 million over

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It is a recommendation from officers to the Cabinet which will be

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We can either go for a higher increase in council tax,

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or make further cuts to adult social care.

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The largest cuts will be to adult social care,

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with ?8.5 million being taken from the budget.

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Most of that, ?7 million, will come from working more

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closely with the NHS, but ?1.5 million will be cut

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from services like day centres and carers' support.

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Children's services will also lose ?3.5 million.

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That will mean the closure

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and children's centres opening for shorter hours.

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And the council will also no longer run the Duke Of Edinburgh

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I think it will be a real shame to lose the D of E

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It's such a large award, recognised nationally

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And gets people to do things, to visit the countryside,

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to do volunteering, learn different languages, different activities.

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Because there's little else to do, youth services have been shut

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and closed, it will be a big loss to young people in East Sussex.

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Our political editor Helen Catt joins me.

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Is this better or worse than expected?

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Before Christmas, the estimate was ?24 million would need to be cut

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which would be a bigger hit to adult social care. The reason that hasn't

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happened is largely as you heard because residents will pay more in

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their council tax, 3% of that 4.99% rise is because the Government has

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given the Council special dispensation. That does not mean we

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won't seek cuts to front line services. Often at the early

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prevention point which the council admits could mean people are coming

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to it later and in worse need. This isn't the end, there are bigger

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cuts planned the following year. Anger over plans to exclude locals

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from a stretch of beach as the Whitstable Oyster Company

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looks to expand. Campaigners who want improved mental

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health services in East Kent claim hundreds of people

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there are being let down by the NHS. The call comes from members

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of a support group in Deal, started by the town's former

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mayoress who was frustrated by the length of time she had to wait

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for treatment for depression. Every Thursday evening in Deal,

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a group of people meet to help one She's suffered several

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bereavements recently - her mother, her aunt

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and her baby granddaughter. You've got a group out

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there who cares, who doesn't care how you are, what you look like,

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what's inside your But, you know, we're

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there for each other. And when you don't get any help

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out there from mental health services, money,

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whatever, time, enough people, The group was set up by Tracy Carr

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who was frustrated by the long wait for treatment when she went

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to her GP with depression. Some of our group members

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are waiting up to six months, and in six months, most of them

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have overdosed anyway. So there is a big missing link

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between the point of crisis So I suppose we're really that

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stopgap bit in the middle. We don't believe that groups

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like this, like Talk It Out, should actually have to take

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responsibility for people The failure of the psychiatric

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services to look after people in crisis has become a scandal

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in Kent, as in other areas. But the NHS says it's invested more

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than ?6 million of extra money into services in the Deal area,

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including mental health provision. I'm sorry to hear that people feel

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that they've been let down. And I'm happy to say that we've

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been listening to that, we've been listening to what people

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have been telling us, and we're one year into a five-year

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programme of completely turning over and improving what we offer

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to people who live in Deal. Last week, the Prime Minister

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Theresa May said there isn't enough help for people suffering

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from mental health problems. That's something this group

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couldn't agree with more. Natalie Graham, BBC

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South East Today, Deal. And you can hear from members

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of the group in tonight's episode of Inside Out -

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at 7.30 here on BBC One. A soldier will not face prosecution

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over the death of a fellow soldier from Sussex in Afghanistan

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four years ago. An inquest into the death

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of Lance Corporal James Brynin, who was 22 and from Shoreham,

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resumed today. It was halted last year

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amid concerns that his death, which was initially suspected

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to have been caused by friendly The 22-year-old was shot

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whilst on an operation Govia Thameslink, which runs

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Southern Rail, says no talks are planned with the train drivers'

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union ASLEF, ahead of next Walk outs will take

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place on the 24th, 25th Meanwhile, a campaign to recruit 300

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trainee drivers has been launched today to try and reduce the effects

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of strike action. A man's been remanded in custody

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after an incident which saw a controlled explosion carried out

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at a block of flats David Smith, who's 50

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and unemployed, appeared before Crawley Magistrates' Court,

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charged with making an explosive substance and possessing

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an explosive substance He entered no plea for either charge

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and will appear before magistrates Plans to create an exclusion zone

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on a privately-owned section of a beach in Whitstable could stop

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sea scouts launching their boats, That's the fear of MP

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Sir Julian Brazier who has today written to the Government

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raising his concerns. The Whitstable Oyster Company

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want to extend their oyster nets to Long Beach, to the west

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of the harbour which has been used The Whitstable Sea Scouts have been

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launching their boats for 50 years but fear that could end because part

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of the beach is private and the owners have applied for an exclusion

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zone which could stop the public having rights of access.

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Where we stood now exactly where we are, is the limitation of the City

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Council beach. Anything to the north to the sea area is wistful oyster

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company where we wouldn't be able to go.

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You couldn't pull your boats across? Not at all. What would it mean for

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the Sea Scouts? A cessation of our water activities.

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We have a facility on City Council land but we could not conduct

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boating activities. The exclusion zone would allow the

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fishery company to increase shellfish production. The local MP

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believes historic access rights should not be changed.

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The oyster company owns this section but it cannot be right people who

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have been using this speech, like the Sea Cadets and Sea Scouts, for

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more than 50 years, to be brushed aside.

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Tonight, after we contacted the wistful oyster company, it said it

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would continue to allow the Sea Scouts and Sea Cadets to use the

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beach but no guarantees for other members of the public.

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We have walked our dogs on here for ten years, more people before us. I

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can't see how they will find a way to completely secure it from

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everybody. This area is used every day by the

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community for a variety of reasons, and by tourists. So that to

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disappear would be a huge loss to the local people.

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It is slightly unfair. The beach should be public. So anyone can go

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on at any time. A campaign is underway calling for

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the proposed exclusion zone to be rejected.

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Peter joins us now from Long Beach.

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Peter, when could this exclusion zone be imposed?

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First, there has to be a consultation period which doesn't

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start until March. It is unlikely anything will happen before summer.

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If it is imposed, you could be allowed to walk here but not here

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because this is the privately owned section.

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The oyster company refused to be interviewed but said this is about

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creating a safe space to cultivate oysters, and not exclude the public.

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They say there has recently been agreed a coastal path route across

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here. The Sea Cadets and Sea Scouts say they want a guarantee in writing

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they can still use the beach. Our top story tonight: The family

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of Frances Cappuccini have reached a six-figure agreement

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for compensation with a Kent hospital trust,

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after what a coroner called "failings, inadequate diagnosis

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and treatment" led to her death at the Tunbridge Wells Hospital

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in Pembury in 2012. He has been playing before audiences

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for years, Dave Drake performs in Brighton.

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And what a difference a few days makes. We start this week on a

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cloudy and damp note. The cold, crisp weather is back for tomorrow.

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More details at the end of the programme.

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The family of the world famous wartime singer Dame Vera Lynn

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is organising a special concert to mark her 100th birthday.

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Dame Vera, who lives in Ditchling in Sussex and is best known

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for her version of the 1942 song The White Cliffs of Dover, will

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A charity concert at the London Palladium will tell

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the story of her life from childhood to present day and include

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# Till the blue skies wipe the dark clouds far away. #

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She is known as the Forces' Sweetheart,

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given the title after her tireless dedication during the

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Second World War to entertaining the troops and boosting

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Dame Vera Lynn became an icon of wartime Britain, but her

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Now her family want to mark her 100th birthday with a special

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performance dedicated to her life story.

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We want everybody to go to that show feeling that they are not

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just somebody who is going in to listen to somebody called Dame Vera

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Lynn, it somebody who they relate to.

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She was such a natural entertainer, she was always herself,

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she never pretended to be anything other than Vera Welch.

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The comedian and singer Alexander Armstrong is among

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the acts invited to perform one of Vera Lynn's famous songs.

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So are classical artists Blake and Hayley Westenra, and

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famous actors have been booked to narrate her story.

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Those who served in World War II remember how she

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came to even the most hostile of places to perform.

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Dame Vera Lynn was awarded the Burma Star in

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She has appeared at numerous veterans' events in Sussex.

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On the first occasion I saw her there,

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I said, well, let's go and wash them...

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She washed the dishes and put them away.

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There was no airs and graces whatsoever.

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You just spoke to her like a lady you would

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# Don't know where, don't know when... #

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Even at the age of 92, Dame Vera went to the top

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She says her life has been an incredible adventure and tickets

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to witness that have now gone on sale.

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Juliette joins us from Ditchling now.

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Juliette, how did Dame Vera react to the idea of the concert?

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Well, as you can understand, Dame Vera Lynn gives very few press

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interviews these days and makes few public appearances. She will not

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actually be attending the concert herself, but she will be recording a

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special message to be shown at the beginning. Her family tell me she is

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very appreciative of the fact that at the age of almost 100, people

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still remember her, they know her and want to listen to her music. All

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the proceeds from the concert will be going towards the Dame Vera Lynn

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children's charity based in Sussex which young children with cerebral

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which young children with cerebral palsy.

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Since the age of four, Dave Drake has been amazing people

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with his natural talent for playing the piano.

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His exceptional ability led him to become the youngest ever person

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to join the National Youth Orchestra -

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He grew up in Hove, but has spent the last

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few years in New York, studying music and gaining

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Tonight he's back on home turf, playing

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The music just seems to flow out of him.

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Spending time in the presence of someone with such an amazing gift

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is an inspiration, not least on a Monday morning.

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You ask Dave Drake, "Why jazz?" and his passion just leaps out.

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You know, like, a painter works in a studio and they have

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that moment of inspiration when they are at the easel?

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For a true musician, you're seeing that moment

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of inspiration, live, you're actually seeing

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You know, like, for me, if I was playing for you,

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For a true musician, you're seeing that moment

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And then, structure them and use them.

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Same way that when we have a conversation,

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we don't have cue cards saying exactly what we are going to say.

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At the age of 21, his career is very much on the up.

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He is studying his musical art at Manhattan University.

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He sees jazz as a positive, uplifting force for good.

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But he's not exactly shy about ambition.

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What about celebrity superstardom and money?

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Yeah, I would love to be world-famous.

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Yeah, and apart from anything, I would love to be able to use that

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Using it for people is good, you know?

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Tonight, he plays The Verdict Cafe in Brighton.

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It was watching him play that inspired the manager to become

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I've never seen evenings here that are so dynamic

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and so exciting as when Dave plays, to be honest.

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There's not a night when Dave has played here that

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hasn't been sold out, for the last three years.

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So, a last gig before taking the plane back to New York.

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He hopes to return here in the summer, and I have a feeling

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Robin Gibson, BBC South East Today, Brighton.

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It's been a weekend to forget for our Football League teams,

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with only Crawley Town managing to score a goal and get a win.

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For Brighton Hove Albion, defeat brought to an end

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their long unbeaten run and saw the Seagulls drop off top spot

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After 18 games unbeaten, Brighton finally tasted defeat.

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Paul Huntington headed Preston ahead in the first half.

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The Seagulls had chances of their own -

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But Callum Robinson latched onto an excellent through ball

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to make it 2-0 to the hosts in the second half.

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Brighton's day was summed up when a late penalty was missed

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by Tomer Hemed as they failed to turn pressure into goals.

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This Josh Law free kick for Oldham was enough

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in new boss Aidy Pennock's first game.

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The Gills failed to convert their chances to equalise -

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Max Eeemer's acrobatic effort bringing a smart save

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Charlton had to settle for a point at home to Millwall.

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The visitors rode their luck - goalkeeper Jordan Archer appeared

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to simply drop the ball in his hurry to clear.

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Quick-thinking Patrick Bauer appeared to score for Charlton.

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Referee Keith Stroud appeared to think the keeper had been impeded.

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It could have got worse for Charlton late on if Jorge Teixeira hadn't

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So, the lone victory came for Crawley.

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James Collins missed from five yards, but he used his head later on

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to make amends and score his 12th league goal of the season.

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That was a let off! Let's have a check on the weather now with

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Rachel. It is not as Vinnie at -- not as

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knowing as dramatic as last week. High pressure will be building in.

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First thing this morning, a chilly start. We have been seeing rain and

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sleet during the first part of the day. By the afternoon, it has

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cleared. That error of high pressure building as we go through tonight.

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Increasingly, clearer skies. Temperatures falling away, lows of

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-1 -2 in more rural spots. A chilly and Frosty and potentially icy start

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for Tuesday. As we head through the day, lots of sunshine around. The

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area of high pressure will be staying with us until the end of the

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week. For tomorrow, lots of sunshine. By the afternoon,

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temperatures reaching highs of around two or three Celsius. A

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bitterly cold feel to the day. Gentle easterly breeze, a crisp and

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cold winter's day. Tuesday into Wednesday, those clearer skies mean

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temperatures plummet, possible lows of -4 in more rural spots and even

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in towns and cities dropping 2-24 minus three. A hard frost as we

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start the day on Wednesday. Lots of sunshine, by the afternoon

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temperatures are little less cold, highs of five or six. A similar

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story as we head through the day for Thursday. We start to see more cloud

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cover so overnight temperatures only dropping two minus one. Thursday and

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Friday, very similar, high pressure with us, still the easterly breeze,

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still staying cold, but more cloud cover. Not particularly pleasant.

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Lots of sunshine around for Tuesday and Wednesday, more Dell as we enter

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the week but we stay cold throughout the week. Chilly on Tuesday into

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Wednesday, hard frost and those of minus four.

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You're not going to get a penny of that.

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I suspect he's just dumped it back there.

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Get that camera away from me, or I'll break it up.

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