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In tonight's programme: Weeks of trawling CCTV footage

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A month after a a schoolgirl was abducted and raped in Oxford,

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police say they don't have `ny images of the suspects or their car.

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Also: four people died in this accident.

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As the A34 is branded dangerous and not fit for purpose,

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the Government agrees to look at safety on the road.

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And later on: and the poem from World War One

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that was filed away and forgotten...until now.

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One month after the abduction and rape of a 14 year

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old school girl in Oxford, Thames Valley Police says it

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doesn't have any CCTV images of the incident,

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Despite reviewing hours of footage as well as headcam and dashcam

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video from the public, the force hasn't been able

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to identify the car used in the attack or the two men

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Katharine Da Costa has been following the story and is live

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in Summertown close to wherd the incident happened.

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Katharine, what have people there been saying?

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Well, they have been expressing their shock and concern for what has

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happened and indeed people have left flowers and ribbons at the crossing

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behind me. It is a sign of solidarity for the teenage victim

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who was snatched from a busx road during rush hour in a highlx unusual

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abduction four weeks ago. A leafy, affluent area of l`w

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Oxford, cafes and boutiques But the community is still hn shock

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of a teenage girl in yards Many, like 19-year-old Pipph Edwards

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are now taking their own safety I walk with some of my friends, now,

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I don't really walk by myself. But since then it has kind

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of woke me up and realise that there is things

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going around Oxford, and that, yes, so I'm more

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careful, now, these days. Four weeks ago, a 14-year-old girl

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was walking towards Marston Ferry Police say she was abducted

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and raped by two men She was reported missing at 845

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when she didn't turn up for lessons About three hours later,

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officers say she escaped The girl managed to make our way

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to Cavendish drive, where she raised the alarm by knocking

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on doors for help. Being a parent, I know how

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distressing this is, The reassurance I can give people

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is that we are doing absolutely everything we can to find ott who's

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responsible for this, In the days

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and weeks that followed, from the public and reviewed

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hours of CCTV footage. The victim, supported

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by specially trained officers, was able to provide an e-fit

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of the two men, but so far police I would hope they are doing

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that they can possibly can. I mean, I am surprised they haven't

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been able to, but I can't ilagine that they are doing anything

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other than working very, very hard to try to pick up clues,

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and if there is anybody out there who has not come forw`rd

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with any information that might possibly help,

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I just have to say please do because we've got to

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catch these people. Today, police declined our request

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for an interview, but they say they are not linking this

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with any other investigation, and are continuing to work

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with schools to provide Well, despite not giving us that

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interview, tonight the police HAVE provided some answers

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to our questions. In so are limited what they can say

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what we have been told that Doctor from dashboard cameras,

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cyclists helmet cams and other CCTV, police admit they don't havd any

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images of the offenders, What they HAVE said

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is they believe the victim Officers, they say, are continuing

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to work with her at her own pace The victim is still being stpported

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by specially trained officers. A Government minister's givdn

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in to demands for urgent action on the A34 -

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ordering an immediate safetx review. It comes after an Oxfordshire MP

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told parliament it was dangdrous There were two fatal

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crashes this summer, including one in which a mother

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and three children were killed. Our political editor

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Peter Henley has this report: To call the A34 dangerous

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is to state the obvious. In four years, in the Oxfordshire

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section alone, 32 people have died. And today's debate heard

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that the statistics don't include the accident-prone

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junction with the A303. The A34 is no longer fit for purpose

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because it's a dangerous ro`d, and is no longer fit for purpose

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because the delays and accidents that happen regularly on thd A3

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are having a signficant economic impact on one of the most

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economically productive MPs from all parties lined tp

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to put pressure on the government The problem we face

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is that the A43 fulfils a motorway role without

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motorway capacity Government Ministers

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are past masters at dealing with these sort

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of local interest debates. They'll nod sagely as MPs

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make their speches, and then give

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a non-committal answer. But this was not that

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sort of debate, All of a sudden, like the A34

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on a good day, Up until now the A34 has not been

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considered a priority. A safety review was not due

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until 2020, but on the spot

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this morning, John Hayes changed

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the department's policy. There is a criteria for this,

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but I'm prepared to... I mean, I've never been a m`n

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that's constrained by criteria imposed

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by others as you know, Mr Chope, and

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I am prepared to say that I will make

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I make the decision, indeed, and

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announce now that I will institute that safety review.

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An immediate safety review, the promise

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of more money available, and even considering cslls

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to make the A34 a motorway. Now the hard work starts.

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The MP for Henley, John Howdll, has given Heathrow's third runway

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The government yesterday gave the go-ahead for the airport

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to expand, despite opposition from some cabinet ministers and Tory MPs.

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Mr Howell told the BBC he'll be monitoring the noise impact

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for his constituents, but insists the announcement

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Oxford Parkway station opendd a year ago this week.

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Chiltern Raiway says more than 00 thousand passengers travelldd

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from Oxford to Marylebone in the last year, and more

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than a million have travelled between London

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and the new Bicester Village station.

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We made sure that this was handily located to the road network so that

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instead you would use the c`r park here, and then get in

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that you can't really help the local economy,

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and of course we open through to Oxford city centre itself

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on the 12th of December, and that will offer new journey

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opportunities for people from Bicester,

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High Wycombe, etc, to get into

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Air pollution remains at unsafe levels in several

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places in Oxfordshire - despite changes being brought

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Targets are being breached in thirteen areas.

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Jeremy Stern's been to Oxford where pollution levels have been cut

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Ian Halliday checks the air quality in Oxford city centre,

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in particular nitrogen dioxide levels.

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Vulnerable people are particularly at risk.

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It's the older people, it's children, and it's

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those with pre-existing medical conditions,

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are higher, then people with asthma,

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much more difficult to breathe.

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for instance, will find it

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much more difficult to breathe.

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Nationally, four out of ten councils are exceeding safe

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Pollutions levels are still too high in Oxford.

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It is an incredibly difficult nut to crack, and we as a counchl

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are working in partnership with the bus

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operators, the taxi drivers, the vehicle users, the HGV

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operators, and the district and city councils

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have had difficulties in actually trying to drive this down to an

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There has been close to a 34% reduction in pollution sincd 20 6

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partly because of a low emission zone, which was brought in hn 2 14.

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On a day like this when it's still,

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then you're going to get higher levels of pollution,

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but we can bring them down to safe levels or safer levels

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and what we are doing is stdadily, each year,

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making Oxford a cleaner and greener place,

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but we really need to take the next step, now,

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to a zero emission zone in the centre of the city.

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That would mean all non-electric cars would be banned

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The county council's considering enforcing this by 2 20.

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It's hoped this year's poppx appeal in Oxfordshire will raise more

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Thousands of petals were released at Vauxhall Barracks in Didcot

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The Royal British Legion saxs the money will be used to provide

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care - and help to the armed forces community.

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Current service personnel at 11 OED Regiment,

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which carries out bomb disposal say the support is highly v`lued.

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It's important that people do remember, that they never forget

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those that paid the ultimate sacrifice,

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for their service to their country,

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and people need to, as I say,

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donate for the Poppy Appeal as best they can

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to ensure that our beneficiaries

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can live as normal a life as possibld.

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and ?200,000 in donations, but soon

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Residents of Wolvercote havd clubbed together to help buy a new organ

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for St Peter's Church, six xears after the old one was removdd.

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Traditional methods have bedn used to build the instrument,

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but with more than 800 pipes, that is no easy task,

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as Matt Graveling has been finding out...

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It's part Oak, part Walnut, and part Poplar,

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their new church organ is made up of much, much more.

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The year-long construction is the result of four year's hard

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work which has seen local people dig deep.

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Our target was to raise just under 200,000.

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Like all projects, there's been a few extras,

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so we're just looking to raise the last few

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We have launched a sponsor a pipe appeal,

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opportunity, as it says, to sponsor either an individual pipe or a

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number of pipes, even a whole stop which is a rank of pipes.

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I sponsored the first line of my favourite hymn,

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Which is just a beautiful hxmn, and it starts from a

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very low note and goes up to a very high note.

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wind chests, which is what the pipes sit on, that's like the enghne room

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And then I go anywhere off of casework, keyboards, whatever

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takes my fancy, really, I have no strict order at all.

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This organ will hopefully l`st for hundreds of years.

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Where an electronic organ would probably only last 15 to 0,

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Before you need replacing, so really you're looking

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at Heritage, at English Herhtage, you're looking at something that's

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really going to last the parish for a long time.

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The organ weighs in at three tonnes,

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and is made up of thousands of individual parts,

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but the church is still on the hunt for one more.

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We're looking for a director of music to come and increase the size

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of the choir, and do all kinds of exciting

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and the closing date is the 7th of November, and on the det`ils are

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It is hoped that the constrtction will be complete in time

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A fitting start for a project brought to life

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I'll have the headlines at 8 and a full bulletin at 10.30.

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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Later in the programme, a World War I poem filed aw`y

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and later found which was written by a well known children's `uthor.

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What do you do when you're told that your rent is going to rise

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That's the situation facing some staff working in the New Forest

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They live in homes owned by the Forestry Commission which has

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told them it's making changds to the subsidised rents

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Ena Miller is in the Forest now and has more.

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Renting or buying a propertx in the new fast is said to be pretty

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expensive, which is quite these reduced rates are so import`nt to

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some of the staff here. I'm told that those affected are carpenters

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and maintenance workers who want an low salaries. They say the dxpected

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an increase but they didn't know it was going to be as much as 40%. One

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local carpenter who has livdd in this house for 15 years says he is

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devastated that his rent is going to go from ?500 to ?700 a month.

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It appears to me working with my colleagues that they have h`d a

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I can't understand why they've whacked on 40% on md.

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I was doing an honest day's work for the commission

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In a statement, the Forestrx Commission said rent reviews for all

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properties take place under the terms set out in individual tenancy

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agreements... Local MP Julian Lewis has stpported

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the workers here but he fears that the skills could be lost from this

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area, which have been built over generations.

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We're all familiar with havhng our blood pressure taken

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but the Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth is taking part

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in a national trial to see hf this standard piece of medical epuipment

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can help reduce the damage from heart attacks.

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The UK-wide study has just recruited it's 1000th patient.

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A short time ago I was joindd by Anne Suttling, a senior research

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nurse at QA, who explained that it's all linked to what happens

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When you have a heart attack one of the coronary arteries has become

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blocked and because it is blocked that stops the flow of blood

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and the oxygen in the blood to the heart muscle,

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so the heart is being starvdd of oxygen and it then starts dying

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And what's exciting is you're trialling this new device,

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which is a bit like those blood pressure cuff to put on your arm.

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It's a high-tech one, so this is exactly like a blood

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This bit of kit on here inflates the cuff up to high pressurd

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for five minutes and then ddflates it for five minutes,

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so it regulates how long thd cuff is up and how long it is done.

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When the cuff is up, you're reducing the amount of oxygen

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that goes into the arm, so you're inducing lack of oxygen.

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And when the cuff goes down, protective properties are rdleased

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which go back to the heart, which is teaching the heart how

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to be more resistant to lack of oxygen, so it's helping the heart

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What other benefits do we know so far?

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Previous small studies have shown that there is a reduction in heart

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attack size of 40 to 50% and also showing there is 25%

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reduction in hospitalisation, heart failure and death.

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That's encouraging and we mtst emphasise this is just

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a trial at the QA now, and potentially what are thd uses

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This could be used in ambul`nces before the patient arrives

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at hospital, so if an ECG shows that the patient is having ` heart

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attack the paramedics could put this on the patient,

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so it teaches the heart how to deal with lack of oxygen even before

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Good news and thank you for coming in to explain it

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That will be one to watch for the future. Now, on to sport. Wdre going

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to start with golf. Richard Bland, you remember him, earlier this

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month? He was leading the British Lasters

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at one point. I couple of l`te bogeys and it all went a bit wrong.

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He is a pro-locally and it could be his chance now.

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The Hampshire golfer Richard Bland will tee off in his biggest

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tournament for seven years later tonight.

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The HSBC Champions event in China is part

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of the World Golf Championship the most prestigious series

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And he'll be testing himself against the best players

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in the world - with 40 out of the top 50 players taking part.

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Richard Bland has been driving his way up the rankhngs

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at 108th in the world - his best ever position.

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And this tournament will be his biggest yet.

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You know you're up against probably one of the

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Said that way it is no different but once

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you're out there it's a gamd of golf and business as usual.

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The Stoneham pro has been a consistent performer

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on the European tour for ye`rs, but has never won

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Then, earlier this month at the British Masters,

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He missed out on victory but ended up in tied fourth

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It was his best performance to date and saw him take home more than

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I've played the golf I know I can play.

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I still feel like I can plax a lot better.

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There are still massive amotnts of improvement and hopefullx

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if I keep playing the way I have been playing,

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there's still so much more for me to play for this year,

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world rankings and order of merits, there's still so much more.

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It's those recent results which have landed him his place

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in this World Golf Championship event.

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Richard Bland now has his big chance in China.

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And we'll be keeping a closd eye on him and updating you with hhs

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progress. Reading are out of the EFL

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Cup after a 2-0 defeat in their fourth-round match

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against Arsenal at the Emir`tes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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was the scorer of both of the Gunners' goals,

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one in each half, the second a deflected ball which Readhng

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keeper Ali Al-Habsi Nevertheless, the Royal's m`nager

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Jaap Stam has described the game Meanwhile, it's

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Southampton's turn tonight. They host Premier League strugglers

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Sunderland in the fourth rotnd. A win at St Mary's will takd them

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through to the quarterfinals Saints have conceded just three

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goals in nine matches, with manager Claude Puel likely

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to continue with his policy I think it's a very important game

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because it's important to continue this competition for the sqtad,

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for young players, to continue the work with them, to see ` good

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progression It's a possibility

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also to win something. You can hear the game

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on BBC Radio Solent or follow it West Sussex kitesurfer

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Lewis Crathern has had to settle for a second placd

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in the Kiteboarding World Championships Big Air event,

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which concluded over the wedkend. Crathern has made it back

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to the very top of his sport after a crash in South Africa

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in February left him But it was a disappointing result

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for the Worthing rider. The final competition of thd series

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in Sardinia finished with hhm and the eventual winner,

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tied on points. Lewis lost out on the title

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after it was decided it would come down to whoever placed highdst

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in the most recent event, And that's the sport.

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How can you be disappointed in that? He's such a lovely man.

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And that was such a serious crash he had.

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And to come back and do so well Lewis, you should be proud of

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yourself. It was filed away and

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forgotten about for years - but now an early poem by AA Milne,

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the author of Winnie the Pooh, Written in 1918 and titled simply

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Poem, it's about tanks - a revolutionary British invdntion

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which were just And as Sarah Lowden reports,

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the newly uncovered work shows that long before he was inspiring

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generations of children, AA Milne was boosting the morale

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of the nation. A Milne is most famous for his

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Winnie the Pooh stories, inspired by his son, Christopher Robin. But here

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at the Tank Museum in Bovington an earlier piece of his work h`s been

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recovered. It was hidden in the archives for years.

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I was working on a scanning project and I

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happened to notice one of the poems I was scanning had the name AA Milne

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It was written for the Tank or a prisoner of war fund, for a matinee

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performance. You will have heard of the wonderful tanks, there `re

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legends about them aplenty, they will frighten the woods if the cover

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is no good or recline on 160. The poem tells us about AA Milnd's life

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before he found fame. He was recruited by a propaganda unit where

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he wrote the poem to celebr`te Britain's new weapon against the

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Germans. It was the beginning of mechanised warfare and it's an

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invention still being used today. It shows what the public thought of the

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tank, it made such a huge arrival -- impact on its arrival in 1906. His

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words described the power of these heavy armoured vehicles cap`ble of

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driving over the top of enely trenches but also honour thd men

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inside them, who he describds as the brain and soul of the tanks. Having

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served as a soldier, he knew the conditions they had to endure and

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road, so remember, whenever you talk of the tanks... The newest

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invention, the wonderful tanks, the oldest intervention, the men in the

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ranks, the wonderful men of all ranks, for they are just thd same

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men, only more so, in tanks. You will remember them? Thanks! And that

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report was from the Tank Museum in Bovington and you can listen to the

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poem in full on the South Today Facebook page. Onto the weather

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Thick fog Facebook page. Onto the weather

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Thick fog around this morning. It was pretty grim first thing and

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we're giving it all again tomorrow with another weather warning for

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dense fog. Let's look at yotr pictures, many of you have been out

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in the sunny spells in some places. It was a murky start, fog at Corfe

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Castle first thing but some decent sunny spells on the Isle of Wight,

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this was at Osborne house, but it was a cloudy scene in parts of

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Oxfordshire, areas north of the region saw a lot of cloud today

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Overnight tonight, like last night there is a Met Office morning for

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widespread fog, dense and places, visibility around 50 metres. Stay

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tuned to the radio first thhng tomorrow morning. Tonight whth that

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fog temperatures will fall to six or seven in the countryside, these are

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values in towns and cities with that ends up lingering until 10al or 11am

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at once it clears we will sde some sunny spells, like today varying

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amounts of cloud, some bright and sunny spells and temperaturds

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reaching a height of 15 Celsius with milder air from the Atlantic but the

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breeze will be light. Tomorrow night there will be more cloud th`n

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tonight and with that cloud cover we will have less chance of fog that

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where we have clear spells the fog may form in the countryside with

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those of 10-12dC, once again the winds stay light for the rest of the

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week and into the weekend. High pressure will build them further on

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Thursday into Friday Friday will be similar to tomorrow, a fair amount

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of cloud with this high pressure so more cloud than sunshine but we will

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see the cloud break in placds to allow some bright and sunny spells.

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Looking ahead, quite a lot of cloud about but it will thin and break, we

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will have mist and fog each morning. More so tomorrow morning with that

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Met Office fog warning. Light winds until the weekend and into the early

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part of next week. A lot of cloud but there will be some bright and

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sunny spells. If you want to become a weather watcher, here is the

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website. Why wouldn't you w`nt to be a weather watcher? Get involved

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We're back tomorrow at 6:30pm. We will have more this evening at pm

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