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The motorists using their phones at the wheel -

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just days after a lorry driver was jailed for causing the deaths

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The charity feeling the fallout from Brexit -

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how the weaker pound means ht can feed fewer children in poverty.

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Join me at Oxford Castle as I go underground in the first of our

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series head in Oxfordshire. -- hidden.

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Heartbreak for couples when fertility treatment fahls.

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Feeling lonely and with no-one to talk to, this man set

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Just days after a lorry driver was jailed for killing a mother

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and three children while ushng his phone, the BBC has filmed a number

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of drivers still using their device at the wheel.

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Tomasz Kroker was sentenced to ten years in prison on Monday.

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There are claims it's becomhng harder to enforce the law,

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This is the horrifying video that it was hoped

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would persuade people to stop

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using mobile phones while driving.

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Lorry driver Tomasz Kroker's decision to use his mobile

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cost the lives of Tracey Hotghton, her two sons, Ethan and Josh, and

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After Kroker was jailed for ten years on Monday,

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Aimee's birth mother made a heartfelt plea to drivers.

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We urge you to make a personal commitment to

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stop using mobile phones whhlst driving and make our roads

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Filming by the BBC today shows that plea is being ignored.

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These pictures taken this morning show a

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number of drivers continuing to use mobile phones while driving.

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Two national newspapers have also taken

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photographs in the past few days of people using mobiles at

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We showed the BBC's video of drivers breaking the law to an

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officer from Thames Valley's Road Policing Unit.

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It is replicated across the country in the amount of

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People just aren't realising that when they use a phone

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behind the wheel, it can kill people.

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While there is evidence that motorists are continuing to flout

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the law, Ministry of Justicd data shows the number of convicthons for

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using a mobile phone while driving has halved since 2010.

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The Police Federation blames budget cuts which

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have led to reductions in the number of traffic patrols.

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We are seeing, in some cases, a complete elimination

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of roads policing capabilithes and that is completely unaccept`ble when

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we see what individuals are doing on our roads and they appear to go

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That just can't be allowed to happen.

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The Department for Transport has released figures

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showing the use of a mobile phone was a factor in

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An Oxford charity says the vote to leave the EU is having a serious

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The African Children's Fund helps provide food, shelter

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and schooling for children in the developing world.

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They say the drop in the value of the pound means the monex

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they raise isn't going as f`r and that means less food

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This porridge is the only mdal of the day for many children at

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Look, you can see the children now they are

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They are just waiting for the porridge, OK?

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It is paid for by a charity based in Oxford.

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But they say since the UK voted to leave the EU, and the potnd

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dropped in value, they're able to feed fewer children.

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Because in real terms the amount of money we are

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sending, they get less Kenyan shillings for it.

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It basically means that each month they are being able

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to provide 2400 mugs of porridge less

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than they were before the referendum.

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It is the basic need which means that they can go to

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If they weren't having a mug of porridge at school, they have to

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be out foraging, scavenging, begging, working.

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They are not the only charity affected.

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In a survey by the Association of Chief

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Executives of Voluntary Organisations, one claimed

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While another described the impact as

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immediate and severe for all international charities

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They are urging the Governmdnt to make sure

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charities are an integral p`rt of the Brexit negotiations.

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Charities and community organisations

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They are going to be able to help heal some

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of the divides that we have seen post-Brexit.

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They are going to be able to help communicate with

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people about what they are seeing, what they are experiencing.

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So I would just encourage them to be communicating with charities

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This time last year, the pound was worth $1.54.

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The fall isn't bad news for all sectors, it's boostdd

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manufacturing exports and income from overseas visitors to the UK

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as well as encouraging forehgn investors.

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But, of course, a weaker potnd means it's more expensive the

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Tomorrow, the Bank of England will announce

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its interest rate decision for November.

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If rates are cut, we could see sterling fall further.

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That will be bad news for charities and

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organisations that earn thehr money here but spend it overseas.

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A man from Abingdon's been jailed for ten years - for sexual

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Lucas Irons, who is 27 was convicted of four charges including sdxual

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activity with a child and sexual assault.

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Police are patrolling the area around a village football club

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near Oxford after arsonists set fire to part of the stand.

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It's believed the fire at Kidlington Football club a week

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ago was started deliberatelx - with petrol and a cigarette lighter.

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Volunteers had raised almost ?3 ,000 for the new stand.

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The club say they've sufferdd at the hands of vandals

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Engineers have been working from a river barge as repairs

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The bridge was damaged in Sdptember by a 37 tonne lorry.

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New parts have now been orddred and it's hoped the bridge

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It'll cost more than ?100,000 to repair.

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This month we're running a series on South Today,

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Radio Oxford and BBC online about aspects of Oxfordshird that

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Historians are looking into claims there's a network of tunnels

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and hidden cellars beneath Oxford city centre.

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I'm at Oxford Castle. I'm inside the crypt. This room with built in the

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1100. But for many centuries, it was sealed off, people didn't even know

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it existed. It turns out thdre are other hidden places in Oxford.

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There's more to the city th`n you might think.

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In Oxford, there's history everywhere and people come from all

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But there's another side to Oxford but you would have seen bec`use it

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has been buried away for at least 1000 years.

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Archaeologists have made sole amazing discovery at a building

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As we have been digging down deeper, we are

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finding more and more evidence and we are

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getting more and more of the

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For example, this is a drinking vessel that dates from the

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We found this five metres bdlow the surface within a

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This is from the 13th century, this is a leather shoe.

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You can see the stitching, the fine details of the stitching

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Slightly earlier, we have a crucible dating

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from the 12th century, we have got the Jewish

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In the middle ages, rich and powerful families lived in the

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This is up at St Aldates in the city centre, back

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then it was called Great Jewry Street.

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Some of the most impressive buildings in Oxford were whdre

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There were mansions on both sides of the street

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The Jews of Oxford were very involved with the

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Jews of Lincoln and they intermarried, they had some fabulous

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weddings between the Jewish families of the two groups.

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This celler survives from that era and leaves a mystery six

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Well, this is a doorway that was not blocked up until the 1930s `nd it

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Maps from the early 1900s b`ck-up the idea that Oxford was

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It is not clear why the tunnels were built but Pam

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thinks they probably developed over centuries.

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The city engineers think that the tunnel system under

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the road has collapsed due to road works and what not but before we

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know, all the tunnels that run under the streets still exist.

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I've arranged to meet an archaeologist at what I am told is

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another place of historical significance.

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It turns out this is no ordinary office.

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The back part was for living in the front bit was commercial

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If you come down the stairs, there's something rather

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We are going to go through this door.

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Now, you weren't expecting this, where you?

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This celler was part of a medieval tavern,

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similar underground rooms h`ve been found under the shops and homes

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People do talk about tunnels and sometimes people think these

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It is not very often we can prove that, we have actually

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got a case near where we are

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digging in St Aldates at thd moment where there is a documented

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tunnel from one side of the road to the other.

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Do you think there's much more to find?

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Because we study it from the drawings we have got of old

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houses, for the records we have of old houses,

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but that is never necessarily what is there on

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The St Aldates site will be covered by new homes now the

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historical evidence has been removed.

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Clues about the varied past of this mysterious city.

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If you like, this mysterious place is definitely a good place to come.

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They didn't at Oxford Castld. It is very atmospheric air. I think that

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the bit of a chequered history. Indeed. After the Normans btilt

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because all, it developed more the prison and part of this crypt was

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used as a storage place for the prison and for the buildings above

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where they stored food, drink and, on occasion, bodies. You nedd to

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tell me more about that. Thd bodies of prisoners who died here from

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whatever. They would be brotght down here into the chill of the seller

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before they were taken out `cross the courtyard to be buried

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elsewhere. Not a very cheerx thoughts there. We are about whom

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metres underground. The sitd goes a lot deeper? Of course. Down the

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middle of that is the well, the 13th century well, it goes down `bout 57

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feet, provided the cover with water during a siege situation, if there

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was one to occur. Such as when Matilda was tractate during the 12th

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century. It would have provhded water, unlimited water for the

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people living in the castle. -- when builder was tractate. We have

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publicity coup runs a walking tour. We saw some hidden places. What else

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is out there? There is lots. Oxford is a bit like an onion, oncd the

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bill back layer, you find something underneath. There is a tunndl

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leading from Radcliffe camera underground going north where books

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were moved between different parts of the library. There is an

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underground stream in Oxford which is called the drill more screen and

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a tradition was stopped by Lawrence when he was unfounded gradu`te. He

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went down wearing a bicycle helmet light and in a canoe, he went

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underground until he got to the castle. You cannot do it anx more

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because it is grilled over `t this end. There are so many more places

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both above and below ground. Felicity, thank you very much. I

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could listen to the stories all night. You can see more on the

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hidden oxygen series on Monday where we will be looking at hidden nature.

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-- Oxfordshire. Thank you. I'll have the headlines at dight

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and a full bulletin at 10.30. Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. Ahead of tomorrow night's htge game

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here, a possible Chinese takeover here at Southampton.

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This week is National Fertility Week and we have two special reports

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He was in his early 20s when he was told he had

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He and his wife from Weymouth went through years of fertility treatment

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and suffered multiple miscarriages but Gareth found one of the hardest

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struggles for him, as a man, was getting any emotional stpport.

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The GP had told me over the phone - it can't be, you're 20 years

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You get this inferiority to who you are, you're a man,

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you should be the one that can produce a child.

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By doing work, it meant I w`sn't dealing with what was going on,

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I knew her dream was to have a family and I was told I can't

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Yeah, that was probably the most insecure time

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as well as I could lose my wife over this because she wants a falily

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so much and I didn't know we could produce one through other

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I had read up about IVF but you don't really think

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about the complications that go with it.

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We'd had two unsuccessful rounds of IVF and the eggs had been

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They do the grading and, of the grading, the ones

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As far as I was concerned, the procedure had failed.

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It goes back to you feeling like it's your fault again.

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She's the one in pain but it shouldn't be her.

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We had the miscarriage and ht then became my problem.

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As far as I was concerned, I had lost our baby.

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Three miscarriages, seven and a half, eight years and eight

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rounds of treatment, she was at the end and very

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much of the belief that, if the best of the best hadn't

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worked, then the medium ones hadn't worked, what chance have thd worst

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embryos got of actually producing a healthy child?

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I was broken, I just couldn't carry on.

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I didn't feel comfortable t`lking to people I knew.

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I didn't know anyone locally going through and,

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if there was, I don't think I could have been

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I did find as well that a lot of groups that allowed men on had

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women on and men just didn't want to speak to women.

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You want to talk about things that you know will upset a lady.

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They are the ones physicallx going through it so you almost don't

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feel just by airing your concerns, your upset or your frustrathons

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Nat knew I needed to talk and I still couldn't talk openly

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I set the group up to initi`lly support myself and there was just me

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Overnight, there were a couple of requests.

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The more people joined from around the world...

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It's brilliant - you can actually unite over something, a difficult

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Maybe they feel more comfortable speaking to someone they ardn't

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I feel it's really important for men to be able to talk because,

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I wish I had done it sooner but it's now up there for people to find

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and secret enough that people don't need to know you are on it

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I want them to have their h`ppy ending and know that it can happen

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It took us eight years, four heartbreaking miscarri`ges

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He really does undo all the problems, all the pain,

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Just completely irrelevant when you're holding your little liracle.

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I'm incredibly proud of him and it will help others.

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My hope was to always help one other.

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I thought, if one other person got support, then

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it was a worthy exercise, I've helped me and someone dlse

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We shared Gareth's story on our Facebook page and yot've been

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And tomorrow night, we hear from Kate and how she came to terms

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with her loss after seven years of miscarriages.

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Sport now and Kris Temple is at St Mary's as Southampton

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prepare to play host to Intdr Milan tomorrow night in the group stage

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But there's been some interdsting developments off the pitch today,

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Reports today from the Bloolberg media outlet, concerning thd ?2 0

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million takeover by a Chinese group. China is a fast emerging football

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market and the President wants the country to be a global forcd in

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coming years. They want to throw big money at big clubs. It is

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interesting. Saints were taken over for ?40 million back in 2008. Since

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then, under the guidance of their own, it is estimated the through ?50

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million at it as a family. So ? 00 million is looking like a profit.

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This news he could also alert other interested parties. There m`y well

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be a deal to be done here. The club's borders has made no official

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comment today but Claude Pudl gave his pre-Inter Milan press conference

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earlier. I finished the trahning session. I do not have an idea on

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this subject. But I give all my confidence, of course, with the

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President, or the people in the club, to work very well, to do the

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things in the good way. There will be huge disappointment across the

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South. He may play for Liverpool these days

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but there will be much disappointment in the South at news

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of another serious injury Born and raised in Hampshird

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and having made his breakthrough at Bournemouth, Ings missed almost

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the whole of last season Ings will be out for around nine

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months, suffering damage Desperate luck for the man

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who started his career Back here at St Mary's and,

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tomorrow night, Claude Puel's side have the chance to get revenge

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on Inter Milan and take a positive step towards the knockout stage

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of the Europa League. Just two weeks ago,

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we were live in Milan, following 7,000 Southampton fans

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on their trip to the San Siro. Inter are due to start training

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here at the stadium in the next few minutes and they'll be doing

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so without the man who led them to that win over Saints -

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Frank de Boer was sacked yesterday. The Europa League silverward

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itself has been on show here at St Mary's today,

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giving fans the opportunity It's probably asking a bit too much

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to suggest that the trophy light be back here come May but,

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in terms of tomorrow night's challenge, Saints manager

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Claude Puel told his press conference today that he fedls

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confident his side can turn One man has divided

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loyalties tomorrow night. Not sure which end of the stadium

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he's going to sit. He's a big Inter Milan fan

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and the owner of an Italian restaurant and Tony couldn't resist

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a bit of pizza and a chat whth him. You might be missing somethhng a bit

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special here, Kris - not only is he eating the phzza

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Tony's been showing off his skills Inter Milan visiting Southalpton but

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tucked away in a quiet corndr of the city, there is already a taste of

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Milan. Good to see you! What a week, what a game coming up. We h`ve got

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some time now, we can talk football and foods, two of my favourhte

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things! Let's do it! Said the big game... Divided loyalties for you.

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The manager has gone Inter Lilan, what is happening? It will be hard

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but the quality of the Inter Milan players, they can actually get a

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result. On the other end, Southampton, big squad, I c`nnot be

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disappointed. If Inter Milan wins, then I am happy, if Southampton

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went, I am also happy. Almost! Tell me a bit about Inter Milan, such an

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enormous clout, this is a club steeped in Italian history.

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Absolutely. They have had tdrrific is in the past. Inter Milan should

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be able to achieve something this year, I reckon. Definitely. And I

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had not forgotten what might two co-presenters on the sofa lhke an

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pizza. Sally likes lives, Alexis will have that one. Feels hot in

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here. Write down there. Are you going to sit with the Inter Milan

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fans will be Southampton fans? Obviously... I will go down to St

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Mary's with my son, he is a Southampton supporter, so I've got

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to sit with him. I tell you what will be enjoyable, eating this

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pizza. If we have not burnt it! This is Ali's. -- Sally's. Tony, very

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good. But he is not good as a way to because he asked me what I wanted,

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is said cheese, tomatoes, mtshrooms, anchovies, and colleagues. ,-

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olives. Many of you have bedn up and about today, taking loads of

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pictures across the South. They want to become a Weather Watcher, you can

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do is on the website. Like the scene first thing this morning, a frozen

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car window at Linfield in wdst Sussex. And in Oxfordshire, blue

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skies overhead, actually st`rt. Overnight tonight, more of the

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widespread frost. With the clearing skies. Many of us will wake up

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scraping our cars first thing with the frost on the ground.

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Temperatures overnight for fall to -1 minus three Celsius in the

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countryside. Already in Oxfordshire, we're down to freezing. One or two

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mist and fog patches first thing. We will have sunny spells to start the

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day but during the morning, hazy sunshine for from the West with

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increasing high cloud. Therd will be rain arriving tomorrow evenhng as

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you can see of the North Wales. That will sink its way south and east

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foods but before it arrives, bright and sunny spells and highs of

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9-11dC. Still that chilli fhelds filter things. Tomorrow night, the

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patchy rain below right, drx interludes as well, the Ed heavy

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burst. Mostly dry to start the day on Friday with temperatures dropping

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to 7-10dC. Tomorrow night, ` lot milder. To start Friday, we will

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have that patchy rain which will clear off and behind it, thd ever

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will be cooler. The air circulating around the area of low pressure goes

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anticlockwise but originates from the north. The chance of outbreaks

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of rain at times. On Saturd`y, the winds switched to a northerly

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airflow. So through the weekend it will be changeable. We are looking

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at sunny spells, a chance of showers at times, hard to say where they

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will be, but down in the sotth, we are sheltered and the majorhty will

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fall over the North and Scotland and to the Midlands. Tomorrow, bright

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start of the day, clouding over to the course of the day. Frid`y, rain

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at times and showers over the weekend. You have got to be quick, a

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lot of pizza hovering! It's all yours. Thank you.

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If you trust me not and I trust you not,

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then what is the point in this marriage at all?

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Life holds very few things which are genuinely worth having.

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If you don't possess them, everything else is worthless.

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BBC One presents a special evening with Michael Buble...

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I think of it as an excuse to throw a party.

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..featuring new and classic songs... # Cry me a river... #

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"holding a hair brush in front of the mirror."

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