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Welcome to South East Today, I'm Polly Evans.

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Crisis talks as teachers threaten strike action,

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after a pupil allegedly carried out a serious attack

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A return to a full service on Southern is promised next week,

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with Aslef union members suspending strike action.

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We'll be live in London with the details of the talks and political

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reaction. The Kent family desperate to raise

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a quarter of a million pounds for pioneering cancer treatment

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for their two-year-old daughter. The last south of Florence willing

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to her third birthday is the happiest tumour taken out of there.

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-- to have this. The call for a bald emoji

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to represent hair loss from a Sussex woman who suffered with alopecia

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for eight years. And a rare find - the letters

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uncovered in an historic Kent house shining a light on the life

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of 17th century nobility. A Kent school has held crisis talks

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after teachers said they would go on strike following a "serious"

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assault on a member The National Union of Teachers has

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accused the administration at St Gregory's Catholic School

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of 'failing its duty' to protect staff after the assault,

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which is believed to have The industrial action

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is being called "unprecedented" and could take place

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next week due to concerns that the student involved

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had not been expelled Tonight, the NUT said "the safety

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and welfare of staff and other Our education correspondent

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Bryony Mackenzie reports. The school said the incident

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happened before Christmas when the students were described as being in

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very high spirits. The people in question was suspended but it is can

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now return to school. Parents today were concerned about the situation.

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I can understand that teachers want to ballot to strike because of their

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safety. The pupils should be expelled or bring the parent into

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sort out the situation. In a letter to parents today, the school said,

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please be assured the school has followed procedures as they take

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such matters very seriously. They say they been working closely with

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the union to resolve the issue. A recent survey of teachers found that

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four in ten had the violence from pupils. -- experienced violence. The

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no touch rule has since been scrapped to give more control to

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headteachers to remove pupils from classroom. They watch to weigh up

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all the factors. Is it a repeat incident? Is it a particular one of,

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strong incident? There are very tight rules. The Government once the

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number of exclusions down. You shouldn't feel unsafe in your

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workplace. That should never be a scenario that has to happen with a

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teacher in position they have the When something happens and a pupil

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could then cause trouble again, it has to be stamped out because every

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other people seized and he's getting away with it. Talks between the

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draft and the union are an getting July. -- the trust. -- are ongoing

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tonight. Well, Bryony Mackenzie

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joins me in the studio. Do we know what more

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happened during this incident? We guarantee. That is the sticking

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point. There is clear disagreement between the teacher and head

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teacher. The teachers think it will threaten their safety but the

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headteacher and it is not serious enough to the pupil. The Government

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guidelines say expulsion has to be a last resort and excluding pupils

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with special educational needs should be avoided. This is

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unprecedented. We are waiting to hear about the outcome of the

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meeting between the trust and the union tonight but if this goes

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ahead, other teachers who experienced violence in classrooms

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will be looking towards this action are thinking, we experienced this

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every day, is this something we should consider as well? Thank you.

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Hundreds of thousands of long-suffering passengers who use

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Southern Rail have been promised the return of a full train service -

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The announcement by Southern comes after Aslef, the train

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drivers' union, suspended three days of strikes next week,

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as well as an overtime ban, to allow fresh peace talks

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Southern says it will run more than 70% of its trains next Monday -

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when RMT Union action is taking place -

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that's 10% more of its normal timetable than operated

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And routes which were previously suspended -

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to Hastings and Lewes to Haywards Heath -

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Could the talks going on behind these walls finally bring an end to

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this bitter dispute? Southern's build an announcement that services

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will return to pre-industrial action levels suggests the train company is

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confident, something even the Prime Minister reflected today. The Prime

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Minister read dot-mac share my cautious optimism that this action

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from Aslef and Southern can provide a long-term solution? I do. I have

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those around the table agreed that we can see an agreement reached

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national enable passengers to get on with their lives, jobs and not

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suffer the misery brought about them any striker Nicklas Place. -- by the

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strike. Amongst all this talk of overtime, strikes, and sickness

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days, Aslef announced it would suspend action while toxic place.

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They best time, from the TUC, that they will get somewhere. We need to

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get this resolved and people say it's time the railway service

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divided the service it is mostly. This has been each year for Southern

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to restore its full service. That means, in Sievert, getting their

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trains back after weeks of replacement bus services. --

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Seaford. We have people trying to get to work, university, hospital

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appointments. Crucial journeys have become an all-day experience at

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times and people will be very Damocles the train service is back.

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-- very pleased. How confident are the edge of their back to normal? If

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they say it all go back to normal, I am confident because they have been

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firmly know so far. 70%. Not confident at all. Why? Because it's

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been going on so If they are talking, great. I would like a

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resolution, though. The people paying the price are hard-working

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people. From staff and passengers the management and ministers, there

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will be able to finger crossed over the next few days. There certainly

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well. In a moment, we'll be getting

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the reaction in Westminster from our political editor,

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Helen Catt but first we'll speak to our reporter Sara Smith

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who is outside the building where the talks between Southern

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and Aslef are being held In the last couple of minutes, we

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have been told that those talks have finished for the day. The message

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from those sharing the talks is that they had constructive discussions

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and are looking forward to continuing tomorrow. -- chairing.

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They will be back tomorrow. Southern must be fairly confident things will

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be resolved otherwise why make that announcement about the timetable? If

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the talks then failed got people's hopes up for no reason. Then the

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reputation would be in tatters. The strike goes ahead from Monday but

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from Tuesday, normal service should resume. Thank you.

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Our political editor Helen Catt is in Westminster.

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The Prime Minister said she was optimistic. Do the MPs relay this?

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You heard the phrase cautious is correct. It's something that has

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filled the post banks of MPs for months now, terrible stories from

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constituents but there is a real recognition that resolving the

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dispute is just one part of sorting out the longer-term problems on

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Southern. -- post bags. If it is resolved, we will see an immediate

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switch of political focus back to sorting out the long-term problems.

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Getting Government and vestments to sort out the tracks, scrutiny of

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southern and how they operate. All those arguments about stripping the

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franchise and breaking it up to something small that getting brought

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right back to the fore again. Thank you.

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How a population boom in Medway means the local hospital

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A Kent family say they've been left "speechless" and "humbled"

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after more than ?80,000 was raised in less than 48

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hours for pioneering medical treatment to save their two-year-old

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daughter, who is battling a rare, cancerous tumour.

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Carolyn and Rodney Jackson from Tunbridge Wells are desperate

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to raise a quarter of a million pounds to fly their daughter

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Florence to New York for what they hope is "life-saving" surgery.

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They said it's their last attempt after doctors in the UK said

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it was too dangerous to remove the tumour.

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Due 1/2-year-old Florence is very poorly. She has a tumour in her

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abdomen. According to her parents, they say they are unable to remove

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it and that Florence may just have weeks to live. But the family is not

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giving up hope. -- Two and half years old. We need to get this

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tumour taken out of her otherwise it will kill her. You like your child.

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You say, no, I'm not giving up. We need to know we've exhausted all

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avenues. She is two years old. She doesn't deserve this at all.

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Florence's parents are trying to raise money to take her to New York

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in the hope that a specialist surgeon then we'll get her

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life-saving surgery. They've yet to speak the surgeon concerned and it's

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not clear whether or not he can help, but, in little over two days,

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the family has raised more than ?80,000. He has a consumers out

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there that are deemed impossible to take out any UK, so that's why we

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are putting our Lascaux on him. -- he has taken out tumours. --

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Lascaux. Florence had surgery last March but doctors were unable to

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stop its growth through radiotherapy and chemotherapy. At a charity, we

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see this every day, where the options have been explored in the

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NHS and families were to travel abroad often to the U S a and that's

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where, often, there are clinical trials and new options for treatment

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available. -- USA. Florence is being cared for at this hospital, who

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wouldn't tell us why surgery was not possible. Her parents say she is due

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to have more chemotherapy this weekend in attempts to reduce the

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tumour's size. A Surrey police officer has been

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convicted of sex offences and sentenced to seven

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and a half years in prison. PC David Harriott, aged

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61, was on secondment to the National Police Air Service,

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from 2012-2015 and previously the Air Support Unit at the time

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of the offences and has been suspended since his

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arrest in July 2015. A handyman has been

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jailed for stealing from 66-year-old Michael Ward,

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from Chatham, was sentenced to ten months in prison after the court

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heard he stole jewellery worth around ?2,000 from the victim

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between 2013 and 2015. Eurotunnel has told the BBC

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that it has stopped 21,000 migrant attempts to get

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into Britain in 2016. The company unveiled its latest

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security initiative today, a fleet of drones -

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which, combined with 570 cctv cameras and miles of fencing,

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have created what it calls Both the British and French

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governments have backed the initiative and tonight the MP

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for Dover called the figures from Eurotunnel shocking and said

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they demonstrate why it was vital A fancy video and a fanfare praising

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French and British co-operation has resulted in Fortress Eurotunnel.

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That is the view of one French official at the launch of new

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security measures today. The boss of the Channel Tunnel said cutting edge

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technology has made the site safer than ever before. We have electronic

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sensors, cameras, barriers, anything we can do, day or night, full

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control of the general. A major improvement in security and that is

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because last year, Eurotunnel said there was 21,000 attempts to break

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into the side. Despite that, no services were halted as an addition

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to this, Eurotunnel has committed to spend 20 million euros each year on

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security. This has all been welcomed by the UK border force. A new, 2015,

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people were literally walking in, thousands the night. Can that happen

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now? I would say the measures we have taken place, the figures are

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seeing as resulted in a massive decrease in this. Infrastructure

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measures have slowed the building down. No, we will not get to those

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levels again if we are honest. The new security centre, with its

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grounds and 570 cameras, costs 3 million euros. It's unclear how much

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is paid by the British governments. --. A secure Eurotunnel site in

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Calais, it said, is good for Britain. We want a strong message to

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get out. Don't try to make your way towards Oracle PL with the help of

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coming in without papers. Because the border is secure. You'll

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detected and that's not a way into the UK. -- Calais. Even though the

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so-called jungle migrant camp has been demolished, the threat is still

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there. One of the country's biggest

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hospital trusts could be forced to relocate as council bosses assess

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the impact of a planned population The Medway Maritime Hospital

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in Gillingham currently serves 100,000 patients at its A

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department each year - some 55,000 more than it

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was built to cope with. Medway Council this week

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launched a consultation looking at the possibility

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of moving the Hospital. There was unprecedented demand

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on Medway Maritime's emergency department over Christmas

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with little let up since. 300 patients still seeking

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treatment every day. In the short-term, a new ?18 million

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extension to A is near In the longer term, health

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bosses say relocating the hospital to a new site may be needed

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in the next 20 years. For Joyce Simmons and

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her daughter, talk of change is worrying, even though

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they see services are stretched. They are on the gall

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every time I'm there. I mean, my mum lives

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at the bottom of She can't get here, so I've got

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to be here to take her up. If it was further afield,

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I don't know what would happen. Medway already has high

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levels of obesity. Life expectancy for men is below

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the national average. By 2035, it's predicted

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there will be an additional 31,000 residents

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over the age of 65. Medway Council's local plan

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is looking at what services I think we're all aware

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of what has been going on, certainly over

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the last year or so, with Medway

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Foundation Trust and in fact with many of the hospitals

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across the country, say that they are beginning

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to creak at the seams. Therefore, we believe

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that the time is right to... Let's just have a look

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at what may be But one big question,

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who would pay for any We need to see the health

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service resourced properly I'm concerned we don't

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have the resources coming that we do need today, let alone

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in 20 years' time. We need to make sure

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that as well as plan we need, as well as houses,

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we need infrastructure, Some big issues that may need

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some radical solutions. Simon joins us from outside

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the Medway Maritime Hospital now. Simon, how likely is

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it that the hospital Well, if it happens, it will be

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quick because a local plan is examining the period until 2035.

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There are also a separate plan being produced by the health bosses for

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the next five years and that makes no mention of moving the hospital.

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If it happens, it'll be ten or 20 years before it does. The population

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of Medway is going to grant by 60,000 over the next 20 years.

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That's why it has to look at all possibilities but it's stressing

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this is a consultation just going them are getting underway and no

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final decisions have been made. --. Thank you.

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It's has just gone 15 minutes to seven, this

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A Kent school has held crisis talks after teachers said

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they would go on strike following a "serious" assault

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The National Union of Teachers has accused the administration at St.

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Gregory's Catholic School of 'failing its duty' to protect

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staff after the assault which is believed to have

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Hidden under the floorboards for centuries - the historic letters

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that reveal more about life among Kent's nobility in the 1600s.

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And we had to of minus seven Celsius in rural sports last night. Will it

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be as cold tonight?- the details later in the programme. -- lows.

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Three letters written in the 1600s have been

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unearthed beneath floorboards at Knole Park in Sevenoaks.

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It's one of those discoveries which set tongues wagging among

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experts and historians - because they're in excellent

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condition after centuries abandoned in dust and rubbish.

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They were found during early work in ?20 million project to open

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secret parts of the National Trust property to the public.

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Robin Gibson was given exclusive access.

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I pray provide to be sent to moral in a cart. Their paper time

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travellers, re-materialised after more than four centuries. Slightly

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worn but still readable. One great fire shovel for your nursery. It is

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an earth shattering stuff. More every notes about everyday things.

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Like messages between people of the 1600 who didn't make the history

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books. But somehow, that is better. We were just investigating what was

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under the floorboards, basically. In this area. Even better that they

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were discovered by chance as a volunteer archaeologists pick his

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way through the tender during conservation work. You certainly

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feel that the centuries have disappeared briefly. Looking into

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the past and wondering exactly how things were at the time. The

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discovery came about because the National Trust is conserving these

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vast attic spaces at the back. We're not the first people to be under the

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floorboards. There have been people doing things. That has meant

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disturbing the floor. In that instance, they swept up and didn't

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put in dustpan at the brushing it altogether. They've never thrown it

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out. They left it there and watched it on the carpet, the floorboards.

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The letters have now been carefully considered for public display. Even

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just to CD quality of the paper, a little notes, the nuances of the

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handwriting. It's beautiful, you have to say. -- to see the. They are

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just bits of paper, but they do bring us closer to people who lived

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and worked hair any 1600. It makes you think what other historic gems

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are lying, waiting to be discovered here. -- here in the 1600s.

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When she was 16, J Jarvis from Eastbourne started losing her hair.

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She found it very strange full -- stressful. She wants the world's

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smartphone makers to make an OT is of bald people. The -- emojis..

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Emojis are little pictures used on smartphones -

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and they've become increasingly popular - but also controversial -

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Back in 2014 Apple announced plans to increase the ethnic diversity

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of emojis after complaints the majority were white.

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In 2015, 1000 people backed a campaign to

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Jade Jarvis wants emojis of bald men and women to help represent

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Eric Kay, said, it started on this side. J Jarvis manages to keep her

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hair was well hidden. This site is worse. -- Jade Jarvis. Now 24, her

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alopecia started when she was 16. It was really difficult and first.

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Really stressful. It was only a knee side of a 50p piece at first. As

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much as it was stressful, it was easy to disguise. It wasn't until it

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started spreading up the side of my head that it was harder to deal

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with. -- the size of. I wouldn't leave the house without a hat or a

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food that I could put up. -- hood. When looking through her phone, she

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realised there was no emoji with no hair to represent her, so she

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decided to speak up. We've got many people who are looking, not just

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people with alopecia, so I thought I would speak under half of the whole

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hair loss community to try and get Apple to install it. Jade had served

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hair that she has lost will grow back Monday but has to be there for

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the worst. -- has hoped. Alopecia affects 10% of the population so

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it's good to raise awareness. It is also seen as a bit of a taboo at

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times with women not wanting to admit they have it. Jade hopes this

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will change with a new emoji. It's time for a check on the

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weather. Glorious today, Rachel. Yes, hopefully more of the same

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tomorrow. Yes, we saw temperatures dropping at

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as low as minus seven Celsius. Sir Edward 's good budget is cold.

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Glorious sunsets here as well. Average is really poorly denied

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again. -- temperatures really fall away again tonight. Not quite as

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chilly but still dropping below freezing. Miners to Celsius in more

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cruel sports. Just hovering above freezing along beaches. A good deal

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of sunshine around. Still this area of high pressure and, for us in the

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south east, we still have this really cool air that we are dragging

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in from the continent. Lots of sunshine during the morning. By the

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afternoon, still some cloud cover around. Quite a bright day. Still

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cold. Metal band to day. Today, we reached highs of 2-3 C. Tomorrow,

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5-6. Into Friday, less cold. Temperatures hovering around

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freezing. Staying drive. There will be some sunshine around. Size of

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eight Celsius. Thanks to much, Rachel. That's it

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for now. I'll be back at HDM and at 10:30pm.

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Hello. I hope you're well. I really do.

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Because if you're not, then chances are the NHS won't be able to

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look after you as well as it should. And that's wrong.

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Because the Labour Party created the NHS 70 years ago on

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