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

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Families of the Shoreham air crash disaster say a new report

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into airshow safety has left them still waiting for answers.

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We'll be live in Shoreham with the details.

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Not quite a full service on Southern Rail -

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but bosses say Aslef drivers did cross RMT picket lines.

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And disruption continues for passengers on Southeastern

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following a freight train derailment in south east London this morning.

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the New Year's Eve celebrations - now a Kent woman could lose

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the sight in one eye after a fight broke out.

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A signature collection, featuring Winston Churchill

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and Rudyard Kipling goes under the hammer in Sussex.

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This is as dangerous omission as we have ever undertaken together. -- a

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mission. And a brave new challenge

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for Our Girl's Ben Aldridge as the actor swaps the small screen

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for a one man stage play in Kent. Families of the Shoreham air

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disaster victims say they are still waiting for answers -

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even though all 21 recommendations of a major new report have been

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accepted by the Civil Aviation 11 men died when a vintage

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jet crashed on the A27 Today's report from the Air Accident

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Investigation Branch is designed to make sure a similar catastrophe

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can't happen at an But the families say they're no

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closer to knowing where blame The pilot Andy Hill,

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who survived the crash, is being investigated for possible

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manslaughter charges Nearly a year and a half

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on from the catastrophic crash that claimed 11 lives at the Shoreham

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airshow, today confirmation that the regulations

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surrounding future airshows will be The Civil Aviation Authority

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agreeing to all 21 safety recommendations put forward by the

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Air Accident Investigation Branch. These are perhaps things that should

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have happened some time ago and I think are common sense so that we

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can go forward, that we can still have a airshows in the future which

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really are as safe as possible, not just for the people up in the air

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but for the people on the ground The recommendations include that the

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CAA will conduct a review as to whether there should be a minimum

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differences between display aircraft and the public. That risk

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assessments for displays must include the manoeuvre to be

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performed by display pilots and that the CAA are not satisfied with the

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risk assessment, they may refuse permission for the event to go

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ahead. But the announcement is little comfort for those who await

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answers for the fundamental questions of what went wrong and who

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or what is to blame. Wedding United lost two players -- Worthing. Why

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have we waited 17 months and we still have no answers?

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How difficult has it been not having those answers and having to wait? It

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is hard enough for us, we are just friends. They played for my football

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club, they became friends. It is really tough. I cannot imagine how

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it is for the families. It is just ridiculous that it has taken so

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long. The crash happened back in August 2015, prompting a series of

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investigations. A police investigation into the pilot's

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actions, an inquest into the death of the 11 men killed and an air

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accident investigation enquiry into how it happened. To date, none of

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these have concluded. What everybody wants now is how did this happen and

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the final judgment will be in the final report. And it will then be

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for the CAA, the koruna and indeed all the legal departments in the

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country to the NSS what action needs to be done. -- the koruna. But those

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who continue to grieve, the long wait

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What else have the families than saying today?

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Earlier we spoke to James, he is the solicitor acting for the victims

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families. He says that their focus really was an awaiting that final

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air accident investigation Branch report and on the pre-inquest review

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which is due to happen in March. As to the future of the Shoreham

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airshow, a spokesman has said this, when and if it is appropriate to do

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so, we will explore the possibility of a 2017 airshow. In the meantime,

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they say they are cooperating fully with the ongoing investigation.

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Thank you. Southern Rail's claiming tonight

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that members of the train drivers union Aslef have crossed picket

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lines manned by co-workers with the RMT Union today -

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which is striking over The rail company says it's been able

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to run a full service, despite the RMT urging Aslef members

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not to cross pickets. It comes as the influential

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Transport Select Committee of MPs published a letter

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from the Rail Minister stating that in order to keep the franchise

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Southern will need to prove it's poor service has been a result

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of industrial action At a time when relations between the

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IMT union and Southern are miles from getting back on truck, a

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gleeful solidarity. -- are empty. It is a fundamental right not to be

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forced to cross a picket line. It is not a case of what union in, it is a

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case of what side you on. According to information from the rail

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operator, looks like that call was ignored by Aslef union members.

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Morning, Southern's parent company told me that all Aslef drivers have

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crossed picket lines and reported for work. It said there had been a

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few cancellations involving the nonavailability of train crew that

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these were done to sickness and a train planning error. But the RMT

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says at least 15 Aslef members walked away from picket lines and

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more than 80 trains were cancelled. Southern says there were 40

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cancelled trains. It comes as talks are underway aimed at resolving the

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dispute between Southern and the train drivers union Aslef over the

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role of guards. The talks brokered by the trade union Congress do not

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involve the RMT union. They have to be equal, they should not be

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facilitated talks on members that we are negotiating for which drivers

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and guards without us being in the room. I really do not know what they

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are playing out. So is split developing between the RMT and

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Aslef? I don't think so. There may be lip service towards solidarity by

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the officials of the two unions. And tonight, more pressure for Southern.

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Calls on the Government to get a move on and decide whether the

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company is inadequate service was caused by strike action. I don't

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think there is a holy grail answer to this because ultimately we need

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someone to run a very challenging network. I think I would rather that

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the Government and Southern come to some form of agreement as how this

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franchise can be wrong, doesn't need to be brokered up, handed an early?

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It is done by agreement rather than this matter ended up in the courts

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which I can see happening. It is a problem with no immediate end in

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sight. Charlie, the release of this letter

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from the rail minister to the chair of the transport select committee

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shows that whether or not the strikes come to an end,

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problems for Southern continue. This is all a subplot to the strike

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action. The transport committee 's view is that the Government should

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be considering all options including restructuring or termination of

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Southern contract following a poor service. That cannot happen until

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Southern has been a strike a prove that its poor service was all done

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to strike action. No time and has been given for this but person

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continues. The latest on the talks between Southern and Aslef is that

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we have been told progress continues to be made and the talks will start

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tomorrow. Thank you.

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A derailed freight train has been causing major delays for commuters

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today and train operator Southeastern is now warning

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passengers that the disruption will continue tomorrow.

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All trains from Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks to London Charing Cross

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and Cannon Street were cancelled completely after a train carrying

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sand derailed near Lewisham station at around 6am this morning.

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This evening, some trains between London and Tunbridge Wells

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are being diverted and tomorrow trains between Cannon Street

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and the Medway Towns will run from London Blackfriars instead.

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Our reporter Chrissie Reidy is at Tonbridge station now.

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Chrissie, services there have been affected all day and Chrissie

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there are fears that parts of the network could still be

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There is still certainly destruction. I spoke to Network Rail

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about an hour ago and they said that destruction will continue this

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evening and is very likely to continue into the rush-hour tomorrow

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morning. It caused significant damage to the tracks. Early this

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morning, what does that mean to you if you are travelling? It means

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delays, cancellations and a number of changes to some of the roots.

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Trains coming into town bridge this evening, many of them are coming

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from London Victoria as a prose to London Bridge and vice versa. That

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will continue into tomorrow morning, check before you travel anywhere.

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Neither green nor pleasant - the land earmarked for a food waste

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power generator that's rousing strong passions in Sussex.

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A workman left blinded in one eye after been caught up in a fight on

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New Year's Eve. Cora Jess was watching

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the fireworks when a fight She was taken to hospital

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and following surgery has been told Kent Police is appealing

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for witnesses to come forward. She remembers New Year's Eve that

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the wrong reason. Celebrating outside a pub, someone threw a beer

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can in her face. The impact fractured her eye socket and blinded

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her right eye. It's awful, not being able to see anything but hearing

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everything going on, it's so different to when you had two sons

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was there. So much pain for days after that, all the bruising came up

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instantly. The 24-year-old came to this pub on New Year's Eve to enjoy

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the fireworks. Her boyfriend went inside to buy some drinks. Cora was

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hated just three minutes before the big can hit her face. -- Cora was

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here for just three minutes. We were told there was a possibility she

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might lose the eyes so we were pleased when she was told she was

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not going to lose the eye, even if there is no side bar, she has still

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got the eye. After the incident, police interviewed a number of

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people. Detectives say they want anyone who is there to come forward

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with information. I make an appeal to the people involved in this to

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come forward and allow us to understand what has gone on so we

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can resolve this matter and give justice to the victim. Cora lives on

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a houseboat on the peninsula. Since being blinded in one eye, she is

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found it difficult to move around the ship. It is completely blurred

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at the moment, I have got nothing there at the moment. Coping really

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well with it, a lot better than I thought I was going to. Still

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learning to get around and do everyday activities like normal

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which is one eye. The 24-year-old wanted more surgery on her eye next

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week. Her vision will never be the same again. And nor will her life.

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Kent will need 37 new primary schools and a further ten

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secondary schools by 2022 to meet growing demand.

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That's according to Kent County Council,

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in setting up new Free Schools could leave them with a shortfall

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The local authority has the statue duty to make provision of those

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places, yet a Whitehall department is predominantly responsible for

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delivering those new school places so we don't have the control that we

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have had in the past and we have delivered very successfully the

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right number of school places in the right place at the right time, we

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question whether the education funding enters the comedy Whitehall

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department with a structured record is capable of delivering at the

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right time in the right place and at the same cost.

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Simon Jones is at County Hall in Maidstone.

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Some tough words from the Council leader there.

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Why is there such a big rise in the number of school places that

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Kent County Council says over the past three years it has managed to

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find an extra 10,000 places by expanding existing schools. Why so

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many places needed? A large number of couples are some families down

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here, a baby boom in Kent, as in other parts of the country, an

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influx of families from Eastern Europe bringing children with them

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and every the next four years we are going to have a huge number of

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housing estates being dealt with families moving in. It is worried

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that if the schools are not Bill, children might have to be educated

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in mobile classrooms. No response site from the Department for

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Education. Proposals to create a pioneering

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waste facility in Sussex, that would generate power from food

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waste, are facing ferocious opposition from local residents

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who are organising a petition to have it removed

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from the local plan. Brighton and Hove City Council

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earmarked the site at But local people worry it will lead

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to a constant stream of lorries, be a blot on the landscape,

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and encourage rats to the area. Despite Brighton having the only

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Green MP in the country, it was recently was ranked

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near the bottom in the country This site where the South Downs

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meets the edge of the city has been at the centre of debate

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and discussion over Part locked behind gates

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for security following a number of illegal traveller entries,

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this council owned area is also home to

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horses and wildlife. Some residents here feel very

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strongly that rubbish It is not suitable for

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a waste transfer site. The lorries will be coming

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24/7, day and night. They have got to cross this busy

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road which is going to hold up it's an exceptionally

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busy road anyway. This site is ideal for housing,

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there is housing at the back of it, they're not going to

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want the smells and the noise that And also their house

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prices will depreciate. A local and sustainable

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energy company now intends to develop part of

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Hangleton Bottom with a food waste facility which they say could give

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cheap energy back to the local We just finished the first phase

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of feasibility so we feel confident that we can make it

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work economically and create value So the second phase

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is now going to be starting the planning permission

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process so we're just looking at raising money for that in order

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to start the application. This plant in west London

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has a similar setup. The company behind

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the Hangleton scheme say much of their activity would be

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below ground, reducing smells They also claim much of

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the agricultural land here would A planning application

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is expected to be submitted Juliet is in Hangleton now. What

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have local residents been saying today?

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While we're speaking to the company behind the scheme, we were

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approached by some of those who own horses here and there was a heated

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discussion. They did not want to appear on camera and they were

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concerned about the impact of any waste facility of the land here.

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Nothing will be certain until a planning application is submitted

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and the council says that planning application will be subject to the

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usual normal strict planning roles and there will be a full public

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consultation. Councillors here say they are determined to start a

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petition and get rid of that waste facility altogether.

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Thank you. Our top story tonight, families of

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the Shoreham airshow disaster say they are still waiting for answers

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even though all 21 recommendations major new report had been accepted

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by the Civil Aviation Authority. 11 men died when a vintage jet crashed

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on the A27 in August 2015. Let's make a moment to remember

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rather than want to forget. Our Girl's Ben Aldridge hopes

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audiences will have a memorable night out as he brings his one man

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stage play to Kent. After a foggy start, a bright

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afternoon. Warnings out this evening about fog. I will have the details

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for you in the programme in the forecast a little later on.

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Britain's first Prime Minister Robert Walpole,

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and its most well known, Winston Churchill.

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Just two out of a thousand signatures in an incredible

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collection auctioned in Sussex today.

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Amongst the items, a signed cheque from Charles Dickens

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The signature of the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong ?2,500

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with Rudyard Kipling's autograph raising ?423.

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In total, the collection raised ?42,000.

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In this room, there are 1000 signatures of people who have made

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history. From Robert Walpole, our first Prime Minister to a recent

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resident of number ten, this Ron Charles Dickens is no autograph for

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a fan, rather a cheque he signed. There is a letter from the polling,

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a postcard from the great train robbers. When the auction is well as

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invited to view the collection, they had no idea what to expect. When

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they spotted the centre of the man you had lived here, it really piqued

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the interest. Rudyard Kipling's autograph was hanging in the hallway

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as the home of John Evans, a performer and magician in the 30s

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and 40s. It was his collection but with his death, the details of how

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he managed to build it. Today, am famous figures am more used to

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giving photographs then signatures. I think signatures will continue,

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it's not part with self photographs today. Today's auctions, the bits

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came from home and overseas. The autographs of the men who conquered

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Everest reaching more than ?800, that of the man who first stood on

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the move, ?2500. Churchill's name on a Whitehall may lead it went to

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?700. From George III to Elizabeth II, the founder of the Labour Party

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to a Tory peer, this unusual crowd now each heading off to their new

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homes. Two friends of a student

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who is blind, have designed a unique Steve Martin from Sevenoaks

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and Kristian Harrison have created the special 3D printed map to help

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Elliot Roberts feel where he is in the hope it'll help him

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to become more independent. It's a simple idea of a map

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and no ordinary bat, one that could change

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a friend's life. Using a 3-D printer,

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Steve and Kristian have created a tactile map of college

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mate Elliot's student accommodation with different shaped raised areas

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representing rooms, corridors, It's to help Elliot

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get around his home. He's blind and has limited

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sensitivity so can't read Braille, he also finds it difficult

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to remember his way around. I can be more independent

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when I leave college. The map has gone through several

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designs with feedback from Elliot on what does

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and what doesn't work. I am really excited about a project

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and how I can help others. Happy that it's being used and a lot

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of hard work has paid off. Yeah, it's all about

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making something which has made Elliot's life a bit

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more easier at Elizabeth House. It's thought this might

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be the first time a 3-D map has been used

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in such a personalised way. The students are so pleased

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with invention that they are taking it to an educational

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technology exhibition in London this week, which could mean

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their simple idea for a friend might one day help many others

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to get around. The actor Ben Aldridge

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is best known for TV roles like Our Girl,

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Pramface and Lark Tonight though he opens in a brand

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new stage production Run The Beast Down

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is a first for him - a one man performance with live

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electronic music and effect. Is a bit of a first for me. Today

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I've appeared on a Twitter account known as the Oldridge army which I

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think it is his female following base on his TV roles. This is a new

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play, it's a monologue for him and it is something new for the Marlow

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on the main stage tonight, this comes out of the Marlow studio

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upstairs. It is new writing, something completely different and

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the challenge I think for Ben Aldridge.

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They moulded around my body and I smiled.

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A challenging solo performance in the intimate

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Run The Beast Down is new writing by playwright

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Titas Halder, it is one of the first productions commissioned and

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It's a kind of fantastical, exhilarating,

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very unique piece involving me, it's a one-man show, it's a monologue.

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And it's got a live score, mixed along to it live so it's

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soundtracked throughout which is very unusual,

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A hard-working, ever popular actor, there's quite a long list of things

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Now this is as dangerous a mission as we've ever

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I'm trying to trace someone hereabouts.

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I am a journalist from the Oxford Post.

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The beast of the play is the urban fox, it's among a

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series of fantasies in the mind of the central character Charlie.

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His girlfriend just left him and he kind

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of descends into a world of insomnia.

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And he starts to believe that we have kind of got it wrong, that

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humanity has got it wrong and that the city foxes have got

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a plan to reclaim the world back into nature.

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It's new, fresh and challenging and the first

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Eightfold for the rest of the week and tickets are available to members

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of the Aldridge army and others. It is a new development for the theatre

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and it comes on a nightly city covers are discussing whether the

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Theatre in future should be run by a trust. Robin Gibson has its own fan

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base. Time for a check on the weather.

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More fog. Temperatures dropping again below freezing. A foggy start

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to the day but by the afternoon we were seeing lots of sunshine, a bit

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more cloud around more than yesterday. Highs of three or four

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Celsius. Once again as we head to tonight, we're good to be seeing

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some really dense mist and fog. Warnings out from the Met office

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about the poor visibility. Heading to tonight, clearer skies once

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again, temperatures are going to be plummeting. Rural spots of minus

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four Celsius. Once again, everything start to the day. It is misty and

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foggy. Slightly milder along the coast. An area of high pressure.

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Tomorrow is going to be a dull day. Still by the afternoon, we should

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start to see some brightness. The mist and fog really stubborn to

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clear. By the afternoon perhaps some breaks but definitely it is going to

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be duller than today. Temps are staying cold, highs of three or four

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Celsius. The winds are coming from a south-easterly direction. It is

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bitterly cold air. As we go to tomorrow night, it is colder still.

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Temperatures in towns and cities -1 or minus two Celsius. We should not

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be seeing much anyway have way of mist and fog because those with

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pick-up as we head through the day. They are dragging up the cold air

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from the near continent. Said Thursday, we will do well if we see

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temperatures above freezing. Perhaps two or three Celsius. Friday, the

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windows back to a south westerly direction so it is slightly less

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cold. We are going to the less cloud around, start the day dry that by

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the afternoon we are good as the outbreaks of rain. As we look

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towards the weekend, it's going to be less cold but slightly unsettled.

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Take care if you're going to be out and about on the roads, poor

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visibility and freezing and lots of fog.

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Now you may remember we covered a story a couple of years ago

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about Budi the baby orangutan, who suffered months of starvation

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and neglect before being helped by a rescue team from Sussex.

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International Animal Rescue, based in Uckfield, took little Budi

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to their conservation centre in Borneo, where he has been

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He's up in the trees and enjoying himself. It's good to see him so

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much better. And he is he as it suggests. I will see tomorrow.

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Goodbye. Hello and welcome to The One Show

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with Michelle Ackerley. As with every show, we had

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to make a few decisions Choose some short films

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including one about 75 years

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