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More than one million views online, but will it stop drivers

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using their mobile phones at the wheel?

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Why police chose to upload an unedited version of a cr`sh

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on the A34 in which a mother and three children were killed.

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The warning is there but whdn you're actually in the car itself,

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do you actually listen to the warnings?

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There seems to be still somd level about being somehow acceptable that

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you can use your mobile phone whenever you're driving.

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Also, the doctor on trial for sexually abusing young

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The raw milk revolution keeping dairy farmers afloat.

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More than one million peopld have now watched a video of the loment

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a mother and three children were killed on the A34 by a lorry

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It was posted online by Thames Valley Police to warn

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motorists of the dangers using a phone at the wheel.

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But with a recent survey suggesting nearly a third of UK drivers text,

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make calls and use apps while at the wheel, how much

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A moment of madness that cl`imed the lives of four people.

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Tomasz Kroker was scrolling through music on his phone.

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He will now spend ten years in prison.

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Thames Valley Police have ptblished the full video as a

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It is really unusual for us to release it in this format btt the

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families involved were adam`nt they wanted something positive to come

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out of their darkest days and we need to follow that up with further

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education and enforcement to make sure it is unacceptable. It's so

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dangerous using a phone. It is as bad as drink-driving.

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In the last 24 hours, the unedited version of the video has bedn viewed

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by almost 1 million people. What do motorists make of the dramatic

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footage? And do they think ht is enough to stop drivers reaching for

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their phones? All the research says there is the same amount of usage

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and less traffic police. So it hasn't changed usage. Just

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horrendous. You don't think that what happened when something crashes

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into your car. The car literally disappears. It couldn't be worse.

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The warning is there but whdn you are actually in the car itsdlf, do

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you actually listen to the warnings that we've seen?

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A recent survey by the RAC suggested that nearly a third of UK motorists

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text, make calls and use apps while at the wheel.

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In 2014, 21 people were killed by drivers distracted by their phone.

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So why, in the face of such statistics, do motorists

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The reward part of our brain that is fighting with the logical,

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intelligent part, we know it is dangerous to look at our phone,

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text, make a call when you `re driving, but that reward part that

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wants to give you that lovely dopamine feeling is going, just

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look, it'll take three seconds. But that could be the matter of life and

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death. We are programmed now to be on call all the time and to want to

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be on call a lot of the timd. Thames Valley Police say

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they will continue to crack down on motorists using their phone

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in the hope of preventing Workers at BMW's Mini plants

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in Oxford and Swindon The union Unite is unhappy over

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plans by the car-maker to close the firm's

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final-salary pension scheme. Unite says BMW made ?5.7 billion

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in profits last year and pahd nearly The firm has previously said it has

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significant pension fund shortfalls and the schemes are increashngly

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unsustainable and unaffordable. A former doctor at the Stokd

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Mandeville Hospital has gond on trial accused of sexuallx abusing

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19 young people. Michael Salmon, who's

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from Salisbury, allegedly attacked the patients

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during the 1970s and 1980s. The 81-year-old denies

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all 26 charges. Jeremy Stern was at Reading Crown

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Court. Michael Salmon was a well-rdspected

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consultant paediatrician. It's alleged he used this

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position of power to take Complaints from 18 women and one man

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are being heard at Reading Crown It's alleged that Mr Salmon attacked

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a girl who would have been He tied her down on a couch,

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raped her and then told her Other girls said that they were

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separated from their parents. He'd ask them to take their clothes

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off and then he touched There are 25 allegations

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of indecent assault All of the offences allegedly

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happened in the 1970s and '80s, when Mr Salmon worked

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at the Stoke Mandeville The jury was told about previous

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court cases involving In 1991, he admitted three charges

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of indecent assault. 11 further convictions

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followed last year. The court heard that some of these

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girls didn't realise They didn't know that

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what happened was wrong. One parent said that back then,

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doctors were treated like gods. Michael Salmon denies

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all of the charges. Rents are set to be waived

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for struggling children's Funding cuts mean more than half

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of the centres are set to close unless they're taken over

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by community groups or charhties. Building rents have been described

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as a stumbling block for those that Oxfordshire County Council has

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approved a motion that will see rents waived rather

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than see centres close. New figures show that

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more scientific studies are being conducted in Oxford

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than ever before. There are now nearly 1,800 ledical

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research studies being carrhed That's an increase of more

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than 1,000 in the last eight years. Pioneering work is being done

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in areas including cancer, vaccines and cardivascular

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conditions and also Welcome to the small

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room doing big things. This is the home of OxQuip,

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a new research study hoping to measure the different st`ges

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of Parkinson's disease. Jim is one of their

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first volunteers. The initial news of being dhagnosed

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with Parkinson's is... And you never entirely

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get used to it. Getting involved in

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trials gives you hope. OxQuip is one of more than 0,70

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research studies at Among the research areas ard cancer,

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vaccines and Parkinson's. Some are about how we take tp proven

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advances more quickly, and that's another field of enquiry,

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but a lot of it is about discovery in the laboratory which is then

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translated out into proving things work in humans,

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first in very small numbers and then We want to say we'll offer

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these possibly as a test, so we can measure what the symptoms

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look like and what they mean at the end of the day,

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and possibly at the end of the horizon, what we're hoping

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to do is choose which patients go into clinical trials,

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which at the moment The technology coming

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forward in neurology It just really gives you hope that

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we're going to get towards ` cure. And I look forward to the d`y really

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quite optimistically that I can say The life of a woman who was one

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of a hero of World War II h`s been The life of a woman who was a hero

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of World War II has been During the war, Molly Rose flew

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a range of aircraft, including Spitfires and Wellington

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Bombers. She died two weeks ago

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on holiday aged 95. Her life has been celebrated

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at a service in Bampton. We were all expecting to be invaded

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at any time. And if one happen to have something like flying, you were

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extremely fortunate because you were doing a very interesting job and

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having the opportunity of flying light aircraft that you certainly

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never would have had otherwhse. If you want to see more

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about Molly Rose, there's a video The former Deputy Prime Minhster

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Lord Heseltine has denied killing his mother's pet dog more

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than 50 years ago. Lord Heseltine, who lives

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near Banbury, has admitted that he had throttled the Alsatian

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on a choke chain after it The former Henley MP says hd had

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the animal put down the following day because it

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had become dangerous. It's now been revealed why hoards

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of Chinese tourists have been visiting a village

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on the outskirts of Oxford. Earlier this year, coachloads

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of visitors were seen Caught on camera -

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some of the photos posted on social media in the North Oxfordshhre

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village of Kidlington. But locals were baffled

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by the sudden influx of Chinese tourists who wanted to be c`ptured

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on camera in front of houses, Kidlington is thought to be one

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of England's biggest villagds, home to Thames Valley Policd

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and Oxfordshire Fire It also has its own airport,

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which opened in 2007. The London Oxford Airport

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is described as one of fastest-growing aviation

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businesses in the UK. And Bicester Village shopping centre

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is only ten minutes away by car So why has Kidlington becomd such

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a tourist magnet? The answer lies in this translation

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sheet by a Chinese tour guide. According to these bits of paper,

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Kidlingon is seen as a beautiful English village and offers the true

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sense of the UK - something A ?1 million project to improve

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locks along the River Thames It includes major works at dight

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locks in Oxfordshire, Two of the biggest projects will be

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at Shifford and King's locks near Oxford, where eight-tonne gates

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are planned to be removed bx crane. An emergency road closure's

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been put in place on Swindon Borough Council has found

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a large space under the road while drainage investigations

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were being carried out. It's not known at this stagd how

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long the road will need Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. Yesterday temperatures reached a

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high of 20 Celsius. Today, just 12. Tomorrow could be cooler. Ddtails

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shortly. Emergency services had

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to free a person trapped in a car that over-turned

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in New Milton this afternoon. The crash is also thought to have

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involved a pedestrian. It happened just before 2 o'clock

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at the junction of Whitefield Police, fire and ambulance services

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all attended the scene. The German discount supermarket

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chain Lidl says it's created four hundred jobs at its new reghonal

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distribution centre The warehouse off the M271 hs now

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the company's biggest in the UK and cost more

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than 50 million pounds. The depot which opened for business

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today will serve communities from Brighton to Poole and tp

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to Newbury in Berkshire. It's the 10th centre of it's kind

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to open as the company expands. Work to repair a huge railw`y

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embankment near Farnham For three weeks, commuters on this

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busy route had to travel by bus A temporary fix was put in place,

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but now a permanent repair will be Here's our transport

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correspondent Paul Clifton. Creeping through the morning mist.

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Trains from Alton have been travelling the slowly since April.

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Below the tracks, giant diggers reconstructing the hillside.

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Drainage channels are filled with loose stones. Baskets of rocks have

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been inserted and huge steel piles driven deep into the ground. Local

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housing is also protected bx the railway, high above the valley

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floor. It is a big job. There is a lot of material. A lot of m`terial

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we have to bring in. Last April the embankment collapsed. Soaked with

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winter rain. The line to London was closed for three weeks. Then, Alton

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Station stood empty. There were buses instead. A temporary fix was

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put in place. When it reopened we filmed the first train. Now the

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permanent solution is under way The work will take until Christlas. At

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the moment we are investing ?4. million just to rebuild the

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embankment. A massive step toward returning the railway to normal

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Academics at the University of Southampton believe that

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increasingly frequent landslips like this one are linked to clim`te

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change. Warmer, drier summers, and more intense winter rainfall,

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affecting thousands of clay embankments like this across

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southern England. For most students it's back

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to the usual old classrooms this But for pupils at

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The Academy Selsey, Their school burnt down over

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the summer and since then ldssons have been held in various locations

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across the town. Today they moved into what they re

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calling a "temporary villagd" of portable classrooms

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while their school is re-buhlt. For these year ten students and

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there was an impromptu first session in the new classroom. Lesson one,

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how to get around what is effectively a new school. Wd will do

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an assembly, from their you will go to your classes, because yot don't

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know where they are yet, yot have not had them... Business during the

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school summer holidays that the Academy burned down, it is believed

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the fire started while contractors were working there, 75% of the

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school was destroyed. For the first of the academic year lessons were

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held around other buildings in the town, including the town hall, a

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sports centre, and the Chichester secondary school. Meanwhile the

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field was converted to a telporary classroom village of portable

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buildings. From a outside they look like portable buildings but once you

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get inside you are in a classroom. Many of the rooms have air

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conditioning, it shows you how far they have moved since previously.

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They are double glazed, fully functional classrooms with the IT

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facilities you would expect, and in the specialist rooms, science,

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technology, IT, they have the exact a group students need. Over the past

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few days they have packed thousands of new books. The old library was

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totally destroyed. The old `nd from dreams also burned down and

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replaced. The school held an open day for parents to look arotnd. I am

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excited we don't need to get on the bus every day to go to another high

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school, but now we are here and now the way around. It is amazing,

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really impressive. Can get over it, really, how quickly they have done

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it. It is great. Better than the old school. Students are expectdd to be

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in the temporary village for around 18 months. Tenders have gond out for

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the work to rebuild the old school and it is hoped that the sttdents

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can move back in in the middle of 2018.

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And now the sport. It is not that long ago we were talking about the

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Olympics. It is nice to reflect on one of the highlights of thd summer.

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It is, but you wonder where all the athletes have gone. Some ard tired

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and some are looking to Tokxo. What about others? Indeed, just the

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Olympic build-up. The cycle takes them through hopefully for lany of

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them to Tokyo, so, what do some of them do in the meantime? A couple of

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them, will be, playing hockdy abroad. Because that is the next

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step in the careers of many of our gold medallist in Rio.

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The next step in the hockey careers of many of our gold medallists

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in Rio has been to play professionally in the Netherlands.

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Maddie Hinch from West Chiltington in Sussex came up against a familiar

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face in this weekend's local derby as she represented Stickster.

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Our reporter Charlie Rose was there and sent us this

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It was the nail-biting clim`x to an Olympic final which immortalised

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this women's hockey team. The goalkeeper saving all four

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penalties. Ten weeks on a m`gical moment is still sinking in. I still

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find it hard to put words to the experience. It is still a blur. I

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cannot tell you what I was thinking or feeling at the time, it did not

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feel real. Now two of the players have swapped Copacabana beach for

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the cooler climes of Holland. Today is their first local derby latch of

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the season. The team kick off with a serious team talk. The man who

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coached her to Olympic glorx believes that the experiencd she and

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other team Britain players `re gaining in Holland will bring

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significant benefits. It is good for them, good for the players on it

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makes a difference, having the programme we do it keeps thdm in the

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UK for the bulk of the Olympic cycle. That said, the concltsion of

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the first local derby match of the season, a fantastic one for Maddie

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Hinch was her team winning 4-0. It is a very young side were up against

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and we had a lot of experienced heads so we just need to pl`y a

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simple game and hopefully the result could take care of itself. Her

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team-mates as a player who failed to get a shot past in the final in Rio.

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She is a fun girl. And they could do that as well. So it is good to have

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her. England's are goalkeepdr, now plying his trade in Holland, and all

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the while continuing to boost the profile of women's hockey b`ck at

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home. Champion jockey Jim Crowley has been

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released from hospital Crowley, from Pulbrough

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in West Sussex, came away from a horrific looking crash

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with only a broken nose. Fellow jockey Freddy Tylitski

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remains in a stable condition Hampshire cricket have annotnced

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that all rounder Liam Dawson has agreed a contact extension to 2 19,

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he's one of the stars Meanwhile the county have bden

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paying tribute to two Vic Cannings took 834 first class

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wickets over ten seasons and all after his 30th birthday

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in the 1950's side. Hampshire have also announcdd

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the death of former chairman of cricket Jimmy Gray,

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opening batsman in the county Last month they also lost

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the wicketkeeper of that te`m It's Milan week on South Today

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as Southampton prepares to host Internazionale,

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the Italian giants from Mil`n Big news from the Inter camp today

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is that manager Frank De Boer

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has been sacked just 48 It follows a poor run of results

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in the Italian league for the 1 Youth team coach Stefano Vecchi

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will be in charge at And on tomorrow night's programme

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we're getting in the Italian spirit. I've been to the corner

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of Southampton which feels like Milan, to try my hand `t some

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Italian cooking, at the restaurant which bears the name of the city

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and whose manager is a fan of Inter. Find out what came out

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of the pizza oven tomorrow. Did you know that many athldtes

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swear by the benefits of raw milk? Forget isotonic sports drinks

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and protein shakes, apparently the benefits of unpasteurisdd milk -

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fresh from the cow - are unparalled when it comes

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to hydration and nutrition. It's growing appeal is also giving

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dairy farmers a boost. As the price of supermarket milk

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has continued to drop, farmers have been looking at ways

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to diversify and one farmer in Botley in Hampshire has started

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selling raw milk direct Olly Neagle hopes it will fhnally

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help him balance his books. Olly Neagle can trace the pddigree

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of his Jerseys back to his grand But this long line of of falily

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farming was at risk of coming to an end - as the price

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he receives for his Today the cost is 30p per lhtre We

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are getting 21, 22, at the linute, we cannot carry on and stay in

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business so we have to look at alternative ways of bringing in

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income to try to support thd dairy. selling his milk fresh from his farm

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- cutting out the middle men. This is raw milk -

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it's not pasteurised - so it can only be sold

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this way - not in shops. We can sell the milk raw direct to

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the public for ?1 30 a litrd, or to pound 50 for two. That is its true

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worth. People are prepared to pay the money for it and it is getting

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people really engaged back to where their food is coming from. H believe

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it is better for you becausd it has still got all the vitamins `nd

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enzymes in it and all the good proteins and fats. I have bden

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drinking it since I was small. Hence why I let my son drink it as well. I

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just really enjoyed it. I used to have it when I was a child. As soon

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as I stopped drinking and I ended up with pneumonia. Food regulators do

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warn that non-pasteurised mhlk may contain bacteria that can c`use food

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poisoning. But production is tightly regulated to ensure that farms like

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this comply with standards. All he is currently selling around 80

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litres of raw milk a day. Hd hopes to increase that to 300, 400, which

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would give him and the next generation of his cows a secure

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future. Grahame Howard photographed

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the morning mist at Here's another murky

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shot from this morning of the sunshine this morning

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in Portchester from Today we did have some sunnx spells

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and that was this morning, with increasing cloud through thd course

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of the day. The cloud will stay with us for the first part of thd night

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but it will clear away and there's a chance we could have some frost in

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the countryside. Temperaturds in towns and cities will fall to around

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three, four Celsius. But integral areas, possibly around freezing or

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just above. The mist and fog tonight will not be as extensive as it was

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last night, one or two pockdts here and there. A frosty start in places.

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Blue sky overhead from the word go. Barely a cloud in the sky tomorrow.

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It is a lovely day. It will feel quite chilly though with

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temperatures reaching a high of possibly 12 Celsius for the Isle of

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Wight. The breeze will remahn a light through the course of the day.

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Tomorrow night, sky stays clear temperatures falling lower than

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tonight, around freezing or just below in the

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countryside. These are the temperatures in our towns and

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cities. A chilly start. Thursday is dry and a sunny start. Throtgh the

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course of the morning and the afternoon we will see the club

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increase with high-pressure pulling away and low-pressure swinghng in

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from the North. And this we`ther front will bring cloud during

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Thursday afternoon into the evening and overnight. A chance of patchy

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rain as the weather front and south-east across the region on

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Thursday night. As we look `head to the rest of the week we can expect

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some lovely sunny conditions tomorrow, a high of 10 Celshus, a

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lovely sunny start to the d`y on Thursday, the wind will rem`in light

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from the south-west, the cloud will increase, and it will seem patchy

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rain in the evening and overnight. Friday itself, we will have some

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rain at times, but in amongst the showers and the rainfall we will

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have some sunny spells as wdll. And the wind will start to change

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direction once again through the weekend. It will take a look colder

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over the weekend, especiallx for bonfire night on Saturday, hf you

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aren't about over the weekend it will be chilly so wrapped up. Send

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us your photographs tomorrow if you are out in the

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Thank you very much. That is all we have time for. More at 8pm `nd 0:30

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p.m.. Goodbye.

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