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In tonight's programme: is all

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A former doctor, already a convicted child

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abuser is given a new four-year jail term after being found guilty

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Also comfort at Christmas for children who've

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I can still remember what happened clearly in my head. It kept

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replaying in my head while I was in primary school. It was horrible.

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And later on, living above the shop - the changing face

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of the cornershop and how it's fought for survival

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A former paediatrician, convicted of sexually

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abusing vunerable patients at Stoke Mandeville hospital

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in the 1970s and '80s, has been sentenced to four

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Michael Salmon committed his crimes against girls

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aged between 8 and 16, at the same time Jimmy Savile abused

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Police don't believe the two men's offences were linked.

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Peter Cooke reports from Reading Crown Court.

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He treated his patients as objects - objects he used for his own

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Michael Salmon was sentenced to four years in prison today

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after being convicted of 14 indecent assaults against ten children

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The youngest victim was just eight years old.

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Last year, the former doctor was found guilty of similar offences

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Today's four-year sentence will be added to that total.

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During both cases, he denied the charges and called

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She's alleged that you felt her breasts

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I'm sorry, this is getting beyond a first. These are all completely

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unrelated girls that have come forward.

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I'm sorry but I have never offered money to patients whatsoever.

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Most of the assaults took place behind a screen in his consulting

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He told the children the intimate examinations

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were part of their treatment and occasionally their parents were

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His abuse at the hospital took place during the same period Jimmy Savile

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abused patients at the site but it's not believed any

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Some of Michael Salmon's victims were in court today.

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Many went to the police after seeing media

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The judge said the former paediatrician had

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An esteem that was utterly misplaced.

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The judge said Michael Salmon had shown conceited arrogance

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She added he considered himself bombproof and had never expressed

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any remorse or contrition for his crimes.

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In fact, during sentencing he repeatedly shook his head.

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He will be 93 years old before he is considered for parole.

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A seventy eight year old coach driver who crashed into a stationary

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car on the M1 killing three people, two from Buckinghamshire,

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Alan Peters was driving his double-decker coach on the hard

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shoulder of the motorway, despite overhead signs telling

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motorists not to use it, when he hit the Audi.

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Two of the three men who died were from Newport Pagnell.

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The judge said Peters was in "state of semi-consciousness" at the time.

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Another prisoner has died at high security Woodhill

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An inquest will open tomorrow into the cause of death last Sunday.

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Six prisoners have already taken their lives at Woodhill this year.

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Two years ago an inspector's report described the number of incidents

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as very high and said the prison response

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Police are investigating how a bus ploughed into

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It happened on Saturday afternoon while a woman was putting

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She was treated for a graze on her eye at hospital.

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The woman and her husband have been told the house

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in Holmer Green is now unsafe and they are staying with friends.

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Three passengers on the bus were also injured.

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A youngster who found his father dead on a sofa after returning home

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from school has spoken of how he's been helped

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Aidan Neale, from Aylesbury, was just nine years

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old when his dad suffered the unexpected heart failure.

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He's been supported by Child Bereavement UK.

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Weekly calls to its helpline have doubled in the past few weeks.

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Would often come home and say, right, let's go and do

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so-and-so for the weekend, and off we'd go.

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March 2008, Aidan and I came home from picking him up from school

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and we found Paul unconscious on the sofa.

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I couldn't really concentrate with anything.

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Child Bereavement UK runs group sessions for youngsters who've had

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to deal with similar tragedies, and Aidan, now 17, thinks it's

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This is such a calm environment, so it's somewhere I can

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My anger would have got much worse and I probably would have

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Way more if I wouldn't have come here.

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Good afternoon, Child Bereavement UK, Anita speaking.

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Calls to the charity's national support line

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Normally they'd get 55 a week, but at this time of year

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It's an extremely busy period for us.

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Particularly in the build-up to Christmas.

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Families find that in some ways more challenging than the actual day.

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It's the build-up, the hype, the excitement, the anxiety of how

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Despite the support they've had, Aidan and his mother say their grief

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You only knew them when they were tiny.

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Aidan's a young man now and I know he'd be so proud of him.

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And it just makes you really sad that he's not here to see it all.

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Thames Valley Police is defending its use of unmarked

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lorries to crack down on drivers using their phones behind the wheel.

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Last week 12 people were caught using their phones on the M40

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by the covert lorry in a 5-hour period.

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The latest crackdown comes after 30 year old lorry driver Tomasz Kroker

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was jailed for killing four people - while changing the music

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Police have released the picture of a man they want to speak

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to in connection with an incident where a pensioner was

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knocked to the floor, suffering a broken hip.

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The CCTV image's been released after thieves

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fled from a music store, hitting the man.

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A 34-year-old Chipping Norton man's been arrested on suspicion

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of grievous bodily harm and bailed until January.

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A report into the way a special school in the Cotswolds

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was being run has uncovered claims of pupils running out

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of control and a failure to ensure their safeguarding.

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Earlier this year all the pupils were removed from Coln House

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Today, in a separate development, the local authority said

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it was recommending the school should be closed as it's no

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Today's decision comes despite the majority of people

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consulted saying they wanted it to remain open.

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Clearly a lot of people who were resident in Fairford itself and were

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quite concerned about what the future holds for that site.

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And I want to be very clear that when

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There's a lot of good community use that goes on

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The rugby club use it, the sports clubs, there is all sorts.

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This isn't about closing them out, we

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really want to see how we can work with the community so that there is

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A community-run village store in Buckinghamshire has won

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The Shop, in North Marston, sells local produce

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The manager, Eddie Parsley, received a personal award.

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Eddie Parsley prides himself on giving customers a warm welcome.

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He's been running The Shop in North Marston for five years.

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Customers say they prefer the shop to the big supermarkets.

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It's a local shop, which obviously I support, but also it's only just

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up the road and parking's good as well, so anything that you run

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out of or you feel that you need, I just pop over.

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It gives people a chance for somewhere to meet

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and have a chat that perhaps they don't always get a chance

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to see each other and you can spend time talking to people.

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He's an amazing find for the shop and he looks after it.

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He's fine, good to talk to and he keeps a very tight ship.

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Eddie and The Shop's successes have now been recognised nationally.

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The Shop won a prize in the Rural Community Ownership awards.

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Eddie picked up the People's Choice Award, with the judges

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recognising his caring, kind and efficient approach.

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I never thought I was going to get any award.

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So to be crowned with two big achievements is amazing.

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It's just the hub of the community, really, and we're served by local

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An important part of the business model here is that profits

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After a successful 12 months, Eddie and his team have even

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Finally - BBC Radio Oxford has played host to a special

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Cracker the Reindeer took a break from his usual duties to bring

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Charles Nove and the breakfast team some seasonal cheer.

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Cracker is from a local firm called Reindeer 2 hire -

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based near Didcot - and was chaperoning west-end

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But we do have reindeer that don't do Christmas.

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We'll let them do what they want to do when they want to do it.

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Santa's reindeer will definitely be calling

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She's never naughty, always nice and she's next

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Sussex Police says it's investigating six separate reports

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of historical sexual abuse at football clubs in the county.

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None of the claims relate to the county's league sides

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Brighton and Hove Albion and Crawley Town.

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The force says the offences were allegedly committed by six

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Across the UK, there have been reports of abuse relating

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Residents at Pagham in West Sussex will be keeping an anxious eye

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on the weather and tides over Christmas, after new measures

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to protect their seafront homes from flooding were washed away.

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Last week, shingle designed to give winter protection had been

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But Friday's high tide made short work of that.

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Householders have been waiting more than a year for a decision

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on a planning application for substantial defences.

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But it was a different picture here on Friday.

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Just days after the local council put 10,000 cubic

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metres of shingle down, a tidal surge coincided

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That has resulted in the loss of the majority of shingle that had

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been put to increase the depth to the beach crest.

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They will be concerned because this was a defence for the winter.

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We have two very high tides over the coming months.

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That will be the protection that has been washed away.

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I'm not aware of any other emergency work being undertaken.

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The district council says it will undertake work as resources

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allow and it has carried out significant works in recent years

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including building a rock revetement, and it believes the work

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carried out last week reduced the effect of the tidal surge.

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One beach-front resident at risk from flooding is David Huntley.

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It was very different when he moved here 20 years ago.

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Also, in the summer, we would get five metres of beach added.

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In the winter, three metres taken away.

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I was worried they would build houses in front.

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We had the tidal surge come through two metres above normal.

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It came as far as the edge of the vegetation which is

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Pagham parish council wants to cut through a shingle bank which has

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appeared in recent years, altering the currents,

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and the council believes causing beach erosion.

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The council hopes an agreement is close on the planning

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Whatever happens with the planning application, work won't be getting

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underway in the next couple of months which means the residents

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in the seafront properties here will remain vulnerable

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to the worst of the storms for the remainder of this winter.

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Sean Killick, BBC South Today, Pagham.

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The Mid-Sussex MP Sir Nicholas Soames is backing calls

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for new laws to curb strikes, as industrial action continues

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There were delays and cancellations this morning due to strike

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action by the RMT union, and an overtime ban by the drivers

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union Aslef over changes to the role of guards.

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Shoreham MP Tim Loughton is bringing his Rail Ombudsman Bill

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forward tomorrow, calling for tougher penalties

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for rail operators for delays and cancellations.

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They've been a fixture in towns, cities and villages for decades and,

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tonight, the cornershop is the subject of a

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Booze, Beans And Bhajis looks at how we've come to love the corner shop

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It's presented by journalist Babita Sharma whose parents owned

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Earlier, Babita came into the studio to talk to me about the film,

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and this is the moment they go back to their cornershop.

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Today, I am going back to our old cornershop.

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VP Superstore in Reading, owned and run by my mum and dad.

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For me and my sisters, the shop was our home,

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What was it like living over the shop?

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It is only now I am a bit older that I think of it

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as being so different because, to me, it was normal,

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when you spend 15 years of your life living over the shop.

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Stacking shelves was part and parcel of what you do.

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Walking in the front door of the shop to get to the back area

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where you might sit down, take your satchel off, was normal.

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Most people don't do that when they walk home from school.

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You have others in your front living room doing an exchange of goods

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Bizarre when I think about it but so special.

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The thing that comes over from the programme is the cornershop

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is the heart of the community, where the gossip is,

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where the shopkeepers know their customers.

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I had a customer who was a very educated man, very well spoken.

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I said, "What is the matter, you look very upset and sad."

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I came out and put my hands on his shoulder,

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"what is the matter, Tom?"

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He put his head on my shoulder, and he started crying.

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I am not only a shopkeeper, I am part of the community.

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I like to think of it as where the art of conversation

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Where else do you get such a mix of people?

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You wouldn't get that in any other kind of space but there.

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It shows, over the decades, the movement and migration

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of people, and the impact that had on our culture.

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It's extraodinary to think how many migrants actually did take

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If you were an immigrant, the chances of gaining

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That has carried on with a new generation of immigrants today,

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You get to work for yourself, if you're willing to work hard,

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The cornershop has had to fight for its survival

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We could not believe doing the research how many times it

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After World War II, the emergence of the big supermarkets,

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the glamour and Americana of refrigeration that

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To the change in Sunday trading laws in the 1990s.

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Because we all need our milk or newspaper.

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The future of the cornershop, is it safe or not?

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As long as people are willing to come through the living room,

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my home as when I was a child, I think we will be OK.

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And Babita's programme, Booze, Beans and Bhajis:

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The Story Of The Cornershop is tonight at ten o'clock

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A big match yesterday. Do recall in a south coast derby?

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Some people do. -- do you call it. It was a big game. It was decided by

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one man. Jay Rodriguez' first Premier League

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goals since August gave Southampton With the winners moving up

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to seventh in the Premier League, it's Saints that have the momentum

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going into the Christmas fixtures, The crowd came expecting a festive

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cracker, and it began with a bang. Acrobatics from Ake just six minutes

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in made it the perfect Jack Wilshere's first

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assist for the club, But Southampton having scored just

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three goals in their previous seven Ryan Bertrand waltzing

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into the box and arrowing Steven Davis, on as a second-half

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substitute, had an immediate impact. Combining well with Sofianne Boufal

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to gift wrap a goal Rodriguez, who has hardly

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played for the past two years due to injuries,

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proved he could also do it from distance,

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producing the defining moment 20 yards out, five minutes left,

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one top corner found. A significant moment in Rodriguez'

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long road back to recovery. It is nice to be part of the team

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and scoring and be sharp. I think the main thing

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is the three points. The lads worked really hard,

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against a good Bournemouth side, three points in the Christmas

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period is good. I felt we weren't at

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our best level today. Physically, technically,

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we didn't play as well as we have Credit to Southampton,

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they deserved to win today. Southampton move up

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to seventh, three points Elsewehere, in the Football League,

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a number of our teams left it late, Kris Temple's round-up of the action

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starts with the Seagulls of Brighton Lukas Jutkiewicz put the hosts

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in front, but the Seagulls once Anthony Knockaert's volley levelling

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things with eight minutes left. Before deep into injury time,

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Glenn Murray was on hand with a cool head to move Brighton eight points

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clear of Reading in third. The Royals themselves left it late,

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but got the job done at Blackburn. Dominic Samuel fired

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the visitors in front, before Danny Graham levelled just

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before the break. Liam Kelly's fine strike

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was denied by the woodwork, but Liam Moore's chest put Reading

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back in front, albeit in less But Rovers returned

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again to make it 2-2. With the draw looking likely,

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up popped George Evans with seconds remaining,

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taking all three points Oxford are unbeaten in eight,

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after coming from behind Chris Maguire's free kick first

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cancelled out James Vaughan's After falling behind again,

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up stepped Maguire. Another free kick,

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cue another equaliser. With momentum on their side,

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Oxford's pressure paid off. Greg Leigh turning a low

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cross into his own net. MK Dons' boss Robbie Neilson saw his

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side lose for the first time. Cody McDonald's strike enough

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to give Gillingham the win. Dons now three points

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above the relegation zone. Luke Norris's close-range header

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put Swindon in front Only for David Ball

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to equalise ten minutes later. Michael Doughty had

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the opportunity to seal the win Portsmouth couldn't find a way past

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former goalkeeper Trevor Carson. The Hartlepool shot-stopper pulled

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off three superb saves including Hampshire all-rounder Liam Dawson

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has taken his maiden Test wicket trapping Murali Vijay lbw in one

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of few highlights for England Dawson later removed Jadeja,

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ending with figures of two A four-point weekend moved

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Basingstoke Bison back up to third The first goal of their 4-2 home win

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over Bracknell Bees on Saturday, sparked a torrent of bears

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being thrown on to the ice, as part of Bison's annual

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fundraising collection for Naomi The two sides faced off again

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on Sunday, with Bison And now for proof that

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practice pays off. 81-year-old Dickie Borthwick

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from Dorset, who we featured last week, is looking for a football

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club to join. Obviously got his eye

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in as he slotted penalty after penalty past me,

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as this weekend Dickie made his debut for Portland Town

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in a charity match. He played over 70 minutes and scored

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a penalty with five minutes to go! well done to him.

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You are part of it giving him all that training.

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The board names for South West trains has made it a festive

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celebration at train stations. And sweets were being given out with

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tickets! Wish I was there. You don't see that

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on trains I go on. Let us take a look at your weather

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pictures. Jamie Fielding took this picture

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of the murky conditions in Midhurst. Harry Harman photographed the cloudy

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conditions in Poole. And this close-up of a robin

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was taken at Rowlands This week, we start with a misty

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note, outbreaks of drizzle. A fairly cold start. Today a high of just

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seven Celsius. Overnight, Chile as well. Rain or drizzle, some

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sunshine. Towards the Christmas weekend, things turned a little wet

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and windy. Clearing skies for some overnight, a

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touch of frost in the countryside, down to freezing.

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In general, three Celsius. A chilly night with outbreaks of light rain

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and drizzle. We start the morning tomorrow with a

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fair and much of cloud, drizzle is likely along the south coast and

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Isle of Wight. Showers inland. Dry inland for most places, temperatures

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reaching seven Celsius. Another chilly day. Tomorrow, the

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card will gather. Outbreaks of drizzle at times. The

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risk of frost in the countryside. In band of rain moving in in the

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second part of Wednesday. Temperatures falling to three

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Celsius. A pretty wet start to the day on Wednesday.

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The rain booth at the way, a drier interlude with sunny spells in the

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middle of the day before the next band of rain arrives in the

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afternoon. Some dry spells, a high of 11

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Celsius. The winds will increase through the

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latter part of Wednesday. Thursday, rain showers at times,

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patchy drizzle. Drier conditions in the evening, and

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an overnight frost. Friday, a dry start.

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Going downhill later. We have a deep area of low pressure from the

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Atlantic. The winds will increase.

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Rain moving in by evening. And gales along the south coast. The

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weekend will be cold, heavy rain, a chance of a storm.

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Not what we were hoping for! Snow. We could even have Storm Barbra, the

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second of the season. Ben dropping

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a frozen turkey on Mum's foot. Put me down!

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No, we talked about this. Taser him! That is a video game,

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isn't it? I'm going to need at least another

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15 years to recover from children. This is all nonsense - it's highly

:27:57.:28:01.

entertaining, nonetheless it's... I'm starting this new job, I'm

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taking over a really tough school. Where is it?

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You're not going down south...? Huddersfield? I know. That's like

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the dark side of the moon. You do know that this house

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is haunted? This is all nonsense - it's highly

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entertaining, nonetheless it's...

:28:40.:28:49.

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