17/01/2017 South East Today


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Welcome to South East Today, I'm Rob Smith.

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A Sussex soldier was killed in friendly fire in Afghanistan

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because his comrade didn't take enough care an inquest finds.

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The simple facts remain his errors led directly to our son's death. He

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will have for ever James's blood on his hands.

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The businessman accused of illegally dumping a mountain

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of discarded mattresses, blighting a Kent village.

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We're live at Canterbury Crown Court with the details.

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The sussex mum campaigning for more awareness of infantile spasms,

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the epileptic condition that can affect her baby hundreds

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The ASLEF drivers' union suspends next week's rail strikes ahead

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And from the ballroom blitz to a murder mystery.

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We chat with Strictly star Laura Whitmore about her new role

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A Sussex soldier shot dead in Afghanistan in a so-called

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"friendly fire" incident lost his life because a comrade

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"did not take sufficient care" and fired in the wrong direction.

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That's the conclusion of an inquest into the death

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of Lance Corporal James Brynin, from Shoreham-on-Sea who was just 22

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The coroner criticised the Ministry of Defence for showing

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"a complete lack of empathy" towards the Brynin family.

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Tonight they say Lance Corporal Mark Kelly,

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who fired the fatal shot, "will forever have James's

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Lance Corporal James Brynin was described as an outstanding soldier

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who was immensely popular. His death in Afghanistan came not at the hands

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of the Taliban, but instead at the hands of a careless comrade. Lance

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Corporal Mark Kelly shooting him dead after firing in the wrong

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direction during a military operation. The coroner said there

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was insufficient evidence to return the conclusion of unlawful killing,

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too obvious disappointment of his family. Whilst we are upset and

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disappointed that, having waited so long for this process to conclude,

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no charges or punishment or genuine guilt has been acknowledged by the

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MOD or large Corporal Kelly, it has always been our opinion that he knew

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what he did in the moment of firing the round that killed our son.

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Rather than acknowledging he did wrong, the simple facts remain his

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errors led directly to our son's death and he will for ever have

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James's blood on his hands. James was the 144th member of the forces

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to be killed in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister paying this tribute.

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He was a highly talented and professional soldier and our

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thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues at this

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difficult time and he has made the ultimate sacrifice. It was in

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October 2013 that he was shot and killed, bullet analysis revealing it

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was a friendly fire incident. In March 20 16th and inquest was

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adjourned over concerns it may have been a homicidal. In November his

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family were told no charges would be brought against Lance Corporal Mark

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Kelly who fired the fatal shot. James Brynin's father appeared on

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the reality show SAS, motivated by his son's death. Today his family

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are coming to terms with the conclusion that James died at the

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hands of a colleague. He had become disorientated in a firefight and had

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not taken enough care while shooting.

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We can cross to Piers Hopkirk outside the inquest

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What else did the coroner have to say, Piers?

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Penelope Schofield, the West Sussex coroner, had sustained criticism for

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the MOD, in particular over the way they have communicated with the

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family. She is so concerned about it that she will send a letter to the

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army chief of the General staff, outlining her concerns. She said,

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this family deserved better, they trusted their son to the Army, the

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army let them down. Tonight the MOD said it would be considering those

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A businessman accused of blighting a Kent village with a mountain

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of discarded mattresses was operating illegally

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Lewis Bertram is accused of allowing thousands of mattresses,

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bed frames and textiles to be dumped at the site in Smarden near Ashford.

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The Environment Agency brought the charges

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Sara Smith has sent this report from Canterbury Crown Court.

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The view from the air of one corner of Smarden business estate,

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mattresses piled more than five metres high, weighing more than 2000

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tonnes. Defender Lewis Bertram, who ran his business here, had a licence

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to recycle mattresses at the site, breaking them down into textiles and

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tonnes and all storage and metals, but the limit was 1000

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processing had to be carried out inside the building. The jury was

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told this huge pile could be a fire risk and that some material was

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escaping into the nearby watercourse, posing a possible

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environmental hazard. When neighbours complained the

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Environment Agency, which controls such activities and issues the

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licenses, paid the site is the first of many visits. Today one of the

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officers said Mr Bertram had been given plenty of time to deal with

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the mountain, but had failed to do so. Instead he continued to trade

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Sara Smith reporting, and she's live at Canterbury Crown Court.

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The jury was also told about the defence case today. I am terribly

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sorry, we seem to have lost. I am terribly sorry,

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we seem to have lost. In a moment, on the

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march in Melbourne. Eastbourne tennis star

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Johanna Konta's started her Her baby son has a rare form

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of epilepsy that causes hundreds Now Lisa Martin from Hassocks

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in West Sussex is setting up a charity to raise awareness

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of the condition. Nine-month-old Benji is on powerful

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medication to control his illness, known as "infantile spasms" or West

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Syndrome. But many other children

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are misdiagnosed, causing long-term Charlie Rose has been

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to meet the family. Baby Benji started showing the signs

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that something wasn't quite right when he was four and a half months

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old. His eyes were streaming and rolling back to one side. The head

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movements followed quite quickly, so his head tilted back. It is a rare

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form of epilepsy known as infantile spasms. You can see it when his arms

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stiffen and his eyes rolled back. Despite the signs, his mother said

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it was not easy getting a proper diagnosis. I was not happy with the

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doctors saying it was fatigued, it did not seem right to me. Because we

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caught it on film and took him to A, they kept him in and diagnosed

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it. How worried were you? Really worried. You see your child is doing

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something that is not quite right and you do not know how to help

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them. Other's job is to protect their child and you do not feel you

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can when you see them doing something like that. Infantile

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spasms are a type of seizure that can occur in the first year of life.

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Every year in the UK up to 400 children will develop the condition.

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Each spasm involves the stiffening of the arms and sometimes legs. He

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used to have multiple spasms throughout the day, and actually the

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spasms have gone now, so we are keeping a close eye on his

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development, whether he will develop other forms of seizures, so we are

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watching him closely. Then she continues to be treated with a

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variety of different drugs and he will be back in hospital in a couple

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of weeks for more tests. It has been a stressful time for everyone and

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the family wants to raise awareness of infantile spasms.

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The University of Sussex has issued a formal,

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face-to-face apology to a former student who was attacked

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Lee Salter physically assaulted Allison Smith in 2015

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but was allowed to continue to teach for ten months until his

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The university has today published an independent report into the case,

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which has concluded that it failed to follow its own policies, relied

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on inadequate risk assessment, and failed to communicate

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with the victim in a professional manner.

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An 18-year-old boy's been taken to hospital

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Sussex Police were called to the incident at a McDonalds

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They're looking for a mixed race man in his late teens

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The train drivers' union, Aslef, has announced

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it is suspending industrial action on the Southern Rail network,

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ahead of fresh talks with the company's management that

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Members of the union were due to walk out for three days next week

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in the long-running dispute over the introduction of

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The difference with these talks is we have the leader of the TUC and

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also an HR director from the train operating company that solved the

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dispute in similar circumstances with Aslef. I hope those people

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being in the room will mean that sense prevails, rather than more

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talks which break up pretty much as soon as they have started.

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Our reporter Chrissie Reidy is at Three Bridges Station

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Commuters across the Southern network are desperate

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for a breakthrough in this long-running dispute, Chrissie.

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Commuters I have spoken to here I disillusioned. Some are saying, I do

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not want to know the detail, tell me when it is all over. They have got

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to keep talking because until they talk it will not be settled. One

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minute they say they cancel it and the next minute they put the strikes

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back on, so I do not know what is going on. It is really painful. I am

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frustrated, annoyed, disappointed, wondering when it will end.

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So Aslef's strike action next week has been suspended, but the RMT

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Yes, but it is worth pointing out that the Aslef strike is suspended,

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it is not withdrawn. It depends on how productive these fresh talks

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with the TUC will be. If they collapse, the strike goes ahead.

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Aslef represent many of the drivers and when they go on strike it causes

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a massive amount of disruption. They are lifting an overtime ban which is

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important because it is about 25% of the rotor. RMT are not invited to

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the talks tomorrow, they represent the guards and the conductors. Their

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strike will go ahead on Monday and it will affect about 40% of the

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so not disrupted as such, but it is still a headache.

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An inquest into the death of Sussex soldier James Brynin has concluded

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that he was shot dead in Afghanistan in a so-called "friendly fire"

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incident, because a comrade didn't "take sufficient care" and fired

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Also in tonight's programme: From lovable rogue to relentless

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detective, we chat with Shane Richie about his new murder mystery role

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And we started the day with a glorious sunrise and lots of

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sunshine during the afternoon as well. Another crisp, cold winter's

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day tomorrow. I will have the details later.

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And if you have a story you think we should be covering, you can always

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get in touch. The Prime Minister says the UK wants

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to be Europe's best friend and neighbour when it quits

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the European Union. But in a keynote speech

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on the impact of Brexit today, Theresa May confirmed that

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Britain will leave the European Instead she said she would seek

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a bold and ambitious new And she confirmed that any final

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deal could be phased in and that both Houses of Parliament

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will get to vote on it. I want Britain to be

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what we have the potential, talent and ambition to become,

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a great global trading nation that is respected around

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the world and strong, Our Political Editor Helen Catt

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joins us live from Westminster. The Prime Minister's

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set out her plan. what could it mean

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for the South East? We did hear some of the concerns we

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heard in the South East in the run up to the referendum address today.

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Immigration, she said clearly she wants to control the numbers of

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people coming from Europe to the UK. We heard a lot about that in Kent

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and Sussex. She wants to continue working with the rest of Europe to

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tackle crime and terrorism. That will be reassuring for people

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working to tackle cross-channel people smuggling. But she did say it

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would mean Britain leaving the single market. I have got the

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Conservative MP Craig McKinley. You campaign for Brexit, was this what

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you hope for? It was exactly what I hoped for, I am a happy person

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today. Getting our money back, getting our laws backed by

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withdrawing from the single market and getting out of the customs union

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so we can get the dividend of free trade from around the world. A great

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speech, we have clarity. I imagine you are less happy. I am worried

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because we will have a brutal exit from the European Union and we do

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not have a single idea of what comes next. Brighton and Hove in the South

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East, 8 million visitors each year, two universities and students coming

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from the EU and businesses that trade across the EU. We have no idea

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what will come next. In all of the relationships that make the

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Southeast fantastic. Is there any plan? There is a huge plan. After

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June the 23rd there was only one way to get a proper Brexit and that is

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what we are seeing, a proper Brexit. That was getting out of the single

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market and opening Britain up to the world and global Britain was on the

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agenda. Into complete ambiguity. We will have individual relationships

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with India and China and each of them bringing new processes and

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tribunal 's, taking away sovereignty from the UK which is what people

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wanted to get back. Huge uncertainty and for the first time ever a Prime

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Minister has stood up and said immigration is more important than

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the economy. The economy is no longer the most important thing. The

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economy will be a great economy. We had a 25% increase in exports from

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the UK to the EU. Outside the EU that has grown by 75% without any

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new free-trade agreements. Having seen a good presentation by the

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Department for International trade last night, we are gearing up to be

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a great exporting country. We will be more reinvigorated than before.

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Jeremy Corbyn says she is trying to have her cake and eat it. He is

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right, isn't he? We have a trade deficit with 27 other European

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countries, so we are at their best market. What is wrong with wanting

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to continue trading on great terms, sharing data on terrorism, which

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will continue? We will have a better relationship with our EU partners.

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All of this is aspirational. I want aspiration. We want some certainty.

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We are taking our economy to a new destination and we have no idea

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where it is. You have said you would oppose triggering Article 50 until

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we had a certain destination. Has Theresa May said enough today to

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make you backtrack? She has said nothing about where we are going as

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a country. We are not ready for these negotiations. The plan has

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been set out, but there is a lot more talking to do.

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He's best known as loveable rogue Alfie Moon in

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While she was one of the stars of the latest series

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Now Shane Richie and Laura Whitmore are going on tour together

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in Not Dead Enough, the latest play by Brighton crime writer

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Peter James, which has its premiere next week

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And they've taken a break from rehearsals this afternoon

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to chat to our reporter Robin Gibson.

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Welcome to the glamorous actor's live, lunchtime in another day of

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rehearsals with the first night a matter of days away, but they looked

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relaxed. The play is called Not Dead Enough. He is a cock and she is a

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pathologist and they have to get close. I have never played a copper.

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You look very well. Thank you very much. Throughout the show sadly and

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reluctantly I have took Kiss this lady here. I was putting off that

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question. It is the million dollar question. That is the main thing

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that happens. I hope they are not just buying tickets to see me kiss

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Laura. It is not really. It might not be for you! He is best known as

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Alfie Moon, a Jack the Lad, in east Enders. We are just about to go to

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Spain with sangria and a swimming pool. Are we ready? Yay! She was one

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of the dazzling competitors in the most recent series of Strictly. So

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theatre is a new challenge. The last eight years I have been a TV

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presenter, acting my way through that and I have been faking it for a

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long time. There is no better way to throw yourself in the deep end other

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than eight shows a week where you cannot hide anything. It is Peter

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James murder mystery set in Brighton and the opening night in Dartford is

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days away. Are you brave? No. I am not ready just yet. He does not have

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to worry, I saw some of the rehearsal today, and I can tell you

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rehearsal today, and I can tell you he looks pretty ready to me.

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On to tennis, and Johanna Konta is safely through to the 2nd

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Round of the Australian Open, after a straight sets

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The British Number One, who's from Eastbourne,

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beat Kirsten FLipkens 7-5, 6-2, as Ian Palmer reports.

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In the searing heat of Melbourne it is important to get off court

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Johanna Konta beat Kirsten Flipkens 7-5, 6-2.

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She made it difficult for me out there.

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She has got this great ability of really

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frustrating her opponents with some of the balls she is able to hit and

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she is very creative in that way, so I think I was very happy

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I was able to work myself into the match and

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Last year Johanna Konta surprised Melbourne by reaching the

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Konta has a new coach, she won last week in Sydney and she has

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become the ninth best player in the world.

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Konta plays Naomi Osaka of Japan for the right

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to continue competing in the

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I know she plays a big game, she has big shots, so I'm definitely

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Let's go back now to the big political news of the day,

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Theresa May's keynote speech confirming she intends to take

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Britain out of the European single market after Brexit.

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We've been out on the streets of Brighton where most people

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voted Remain in last year's referendum and Maidstone,

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where most people voted Leave, to gauge reaction

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I think it would be good for the country to stand on its own two feat

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for a change. We are a country that holds its own level of credibility,

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irrespective of being in or out of the EU and it will remain as we are.

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I wanted to come out without a doubt. We have managed before and we

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will manage again. Personally I would like to be able to move where

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I want. I spend a lot of time on the continent and I would much rather

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have freedom of movement. That decision was made with Brexit and we

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have to accept it and deal with it and move on. I do not think it is

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good for anything, international relations, the economy, us being

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isolated. I am not happy about it. And really split in the comments

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that a lot of you have been putting on to Facebook. Tom Faulkner says,

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bound to put a gloss on it, but the EU is stronger together as a trading

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unit than the British Isles alone, why would anyone give us a better

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deal? This is what I meant when I said vote leave, we can trade freely

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with other countries not previously allowed and several have already

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approached us and we will be better off in the long term. John Thornton,

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this is what we have voted for. Others will not be happy until they

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vote us into a recession. My kids will have a safer, better protected,

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better balanced country. Where do I sign the check? The UK was misled by

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those promoting Brexit and this could be one of the biggest mistakes

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this country has made. I am convinced the majority will find

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themselves less well off when the ramifications start to feel real.

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Let's go back now to the big political news of the day,

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Theresa May's keynote speech confirming she intends to take

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Britain out of the European single market after Brexit.

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Theresa May call for unity, but that is not what we are hearing today. If

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you cast your mind back to the referendum campaign, it was

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passionate and divisive. I remember speaking to friends and families who

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were completely split down the middle. It has only been seven

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months and it will take a long time for people to reconcile over this

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because opinions were deeply held. Theresa May believes the country is

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coming back together and everyone needs to rally round now, she has a

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clear direction. That may take a little longer. Now we can check on

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the weather. What we can all agree on is it was a lovely day today.

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We will see lots of sunshine tomorrow and even though there is

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more cloud on Thursday and Friday, we will stay dry. It was a lovely

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start to the day with this guy looking as if it was on fire. During

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the afternoon lots of sunshine around. Temperatures were chilly at

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around three or 4 degrees. A really lovely winter's day. Those clear

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skies mean overnight temperatures will plummet. Tonight it will be

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like minus three or minus four degrees in rural spots. A widespread

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and hard frost to the day for Wednesday, but once again there is

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sunshine from the word go. The reason is this area of high

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pressure. Lots of sunshine around and these gentle easterly breezes.

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The story is the sunshine, loss of it and again feeling quite chilly.

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We will do well if we get much above two or three degrees. Wrap up warm.

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It is all change from Wednesday into Thursday. We will see more cloud

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around and temperatures will be less cold. Overnight dropping below

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freezing in rural spots, but in towns and cities early drop in a

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couple of degrees. On Thursday temperatures creep up a little bit

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and we may even see a high of seven or 8 degrees. Into Friday we will

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see more cloud around and some drizzle at times. This area of high

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pressure stays with us as we look towards Saturday and Sunday. It is

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quite adult picture for Saturday and there is some drizzle around. For us

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in the South East corner it will still stay quite chilly. Frosty

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starts for the weekend. For tomorrow there is lots of sunshine. Make the

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most of it because it is not lasting.

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Dry at least. It looks very cold. I will be back

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at eight o'clock and 10:25pm for the updates.

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See you later on. I will see you tomorrow. Whatever you are up to,

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goodbye. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability... The Constitution

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of the United States...

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