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BBC website. That's all from the BBC News at Six. It's goodbye from me.

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On BBC One And later on: Hanging

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by their fingertips - the rise and rise in climbing,

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which will be a new A coroner's heard how a man thought

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to be suffering from paranoid schizophrenia died a day

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after he was sent to Woodhill 52-year-old Jason Basalat

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was found hanging from a bed Six other prisoners there have

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taken their lives this year. The prison has the highest rate

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of inmate suicide in the country. Woodhill Prison officers attended

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the inquest into Jason. He was a man with mental health

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issues who was sent to jail at the weekend ahead of

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an appearance in court over a charge Prison officers had reported

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Jason Basalat for his bizarre behaviour, and within 24 hours

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of being put inside Woodhill Prison, One prisoner among so many

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to end their lives behind bars here. So far this year, seven prisoners

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have died at Woodhill Prison, that's more per head of prison

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population than any other Jason Basalat was sent

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to Woodhill on December 10th. He was known to mental

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health services. On December the 11th he was seen

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by an officer at 7:15am, He had been found

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hanged in his cell. Northamptonshire Police say

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Jason Basalat was arrested He had been a passenger on a bus

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when he grabbed the steering wheel, A paranoid schizophrenic,

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police described him Various officials have repeatedly

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spoken out about their concerns that the recommendations made following

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deaths are simply not being implemented right Woodhill Prison.

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The fact that death after death happens at Woodhill Prison, in very

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similar circumstances, suggests that things are fatally wrong. Kevin

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Scarlet had mental health problems when he killed themselves at

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Woodhill Prison in 2013. Staff had missed the warning signs. His

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self-harming, his previous suicide attempts, his stepbrother says no

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lessons are being learned. It is shocking, especially when you think

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that the highest rate of self harm and suicide in prison is within the

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first three days. If he is showing bizarre behaviour anyway, why is he

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not being monitored a bit more? Why is he being put in a position where

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he can take his own life? White are the safer cells not being utilise?

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The inquest has been adjourned until next June. It has happened in the

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middle of legal action being taken by relatives of prisoners who have

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died, they have called for a judicial review calling for action

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to enforce safety procedures at the prison.

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In a statement, the Ministry of Justice told us they take mental

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health in custody extremely seriously, and there are a range

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of measures in place to support prisoners,

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They say they have invested in specialist mental health training

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for prison officers and launched a suicide and self harm

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The funeral has been held for one of the men who died when part

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of Didcot Power Station collapsed in February.

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Christopher Huxtable from Swansea was one of four men who was killed.

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His coffin was carried on a truck by the local recycling firm

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An investigation into the cause of his death is ongoing.

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More than 140 motorists have been arrested for drink and drug driving

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offences in the Thames Valley this December.

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Officers arrested 117 drivers for suspected drink offences

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in the first 15 days of their Christmas crackdown.

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88 people have been charged for being under the influence

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An Oxfordshire cat breeder has been banned from keeping animals

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for three years after neglecting more than 60 cats in her care.

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The RSPCA found 64 Bengal cats at Elizabeth Watson's home in Bix.

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She's been given a suspended prison sentence.

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Seven of the cats had to be put down.

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Groups trying to save Oxfordshire's children's centres will get 12

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months of help with their rent, it has been decided today.

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County councillors voted last month for rents to be waived,

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Campaigners say the help for the centres is a small victory

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for those who've been battling to keep them open.

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Our political reporter Bethan Phillips has

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Councillors today were urged to give children's centres an early

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Christmas present and eventually they

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This whole issue has come about because the county council's

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stopping funding for the majority of centres,

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and wants community groups to step in and help.

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But in eight cases it would be charging rent

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in some cases charging ?30,000 a year.

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Last month, the whole council voted in favour of waiving rents

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But the final decision on that had to be made by the cabinet,

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and it had been recommended they agree to only

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It was clear that time limit was going to split the cabinet -

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cabinet member Nick Carter described it as draconian.

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Campaigners agreed, warning six months of help wouldn't be enough

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So, instead of six months, today the cabinet agreed to give

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up to 12 months of rent relief for centres.

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That was described to me by campaigners as a "small victory"

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Next: Building new homes, and the row that's broken out

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in Aylesbury over which areas of the green belt

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The leader of Aylesbury Vale Council has accused Buckinghamshire County

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Council of interfering in plans put forward by two councils

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But, what will it mean for those looking for a home,

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or those trying to protect the countryside from development?

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Mix politics and planning and passions will run high.

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The heart of the issue is about which of Buckinghamshire's

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green belt areas should be used for housing.

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Chiltern and South Bucks councils have proposed 15 sites,

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but Buckinghamshire County Council has raised concerns

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This has led to fears by the council leader in Aylesbury that nearly

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3,000 more homes will be forced on the town.

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The county council has not objected to that green belt use by Wycombe,

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but it has objected to green belt used by Chilton and South

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Buckinghamshire, and yes, the leader of Buckinghamshire County Council

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happens to live in the Chilton South Buckinghamshire area,

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so I suppose I put two and two together and maybe I made five,

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I don't respond to these personal attacks and personal comments.

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I can only assume that this person was briefed by his officers

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and when he knows the full facts I'm sure he will be reassured.

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Martin Tett went on to say district councils alone make the final

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decision about changes to green belt areas,

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and the County Council was just responding to views being sought

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We commented on issues such as highways access to proposed sites.

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We commented about flooding, impact on the adjoining areas

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of outstanding natural beauty, and whether in fact

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we are effectivley sprawling between different towns.

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So that's what we've done at the moment, nothing more.

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Any final decision of what happens to the green belt land is expected

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Buses are due to be stopped from using Oxford's Queen Street

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when the new Westgate shopping centre opens.

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Council officers raised safety concerns about allowing buses

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when the shopping centre opens, saying the number of pedestrians

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They've voted in favour of pedestrianising the street

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Fundraising in memory of four-year-old Barnaby Cork,

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who was knocked down and killed in Thame, has passed

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His family have set up a Justgiving website in aid

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Around 1,000 people have pledged donations.

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Barnaby was knocked down outside the sports centre on Oxford Road,

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If you want to get fit in the New Year and are looking

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for inspiration, you could follow in the footsteps, or ice-skates,

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Nigel decided to take up ice-skating when he was 50.

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That was 32 years ago, and he's still going to Oxford's

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He visits Oxford's ice rink every Tuesday and Thursday to practice.

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I've been skating for 32 years, and I started when I was 50.

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One ended in marriage, and the other ended in the hospital.

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The first programme I ever skated to was to a piece of music called

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This is the T-shirt that my wife made for me.

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I must say, it was a mistake using Chain Reaction

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because it was lickety-split all the way through

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and my tongue was hanging out at the end!

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I went to a learn to dance class and I met her.

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She likes to ice dance because she likes to hang onto somebody.

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I don't like hanging on to somebody so I don't like ice dance.

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If you get the chance to catch Nigel in action,

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it's likely you'll see his signature move.

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I'd like to skate until I fall into my grave, you know.

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I'll have the headlines at 8pm, and a full bulletin at 10:30pm.

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Now, more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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And if you'd like more information, log onto

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Details on the screen. Later on, Barbara is on her way, here is a

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Lexus. Storm Barbara will affect the north

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of the country. Gusts of 50 mph, with a significant wind-chill.

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Dozens of people are gathering in Portsmouth this evening to show

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solidarity with refugees who've left the war-ravaged Syrian

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They're also gathering aid supplies that can be sent to those whose

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lives have been shattered by the conflict.

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The event's being organised by the grassroots charity

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'Don't Hate, Donate' and Steve Humphrey is there.

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Sally, this is absolutely amazing. This massive pile of relief supplies

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in the square in Portsmouth has been growing rapidly over the past hour

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or so. People are riding all the time, with things like bedding,

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clothes, food, toys, essentials of life for the people over in Syria.

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There is a huge queue of cars waiting to off-load more supplies.

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It really is absolutely amazing. As you mentioned, this has been

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organised by the grassroots charity Don't Hate, Donate. This is

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incredible? It really is. Portsmouth is

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fantastic. How important is it to get these aid

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supplies over to Syria? It is essential, this is life-saving

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essential aid. We have got lots of medicine, food, clothing,

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everything. This is desperately needed. How long

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will it take to get the people that you're collecting these things for?

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Between 2-3 weeks to get it inside Syria.

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Do you have a network to deliver it once it is in Syria?

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Yes, we have sent tonnes of aid already. The path to get it

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distributed inside Syria is well-established.

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Thank you, people have got until 8pm this evening 's get more supplies to

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the square here in Portsmouth. There is going to be a minute's silence at

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7pm to show solidarity for all those people who have been displaced by

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the Civil War. Back to you. Thank you very much.

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Reverend Andrew Ashdown is a former Anglican priest

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He's currently studying Christian-Muslim relations in Syria

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where he was travelling independently.

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He went to listen to stories from both sides of the conflict

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and told me about what he has seen and heard.

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I've been very much in a city at war. It is a city divided, West

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Aleppo, the government-controlled area, where most of the citizens

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live, and life is pretty normal that apart from the war has been

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constantly bombarded from the rebels on the East. Then you have East

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Aleppo, I have been travelling to several districts that have just

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been liberated by the Syrian Army. The scenery around there is

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shocking, the districts are utterly devastated. These are some of the

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pictures that we are seeing on television here. There is a mixture,

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L bombarded, and most of the devastation is actually on street to

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street battles. Why did you go out there?

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I went to see what is really happening on the ground, to meet the

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people and to hear voices. They are coming with horrific stories of what

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has been going on in East Aleppo, what they have experienced at the

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hands of the rebels... Do they still have hope?

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They have hopeful stop you see in the eyes of the people who have come

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out, they are delighted to be out and say. In the reception centres

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they are being given free food, free medical care and accommodation, they

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are saying, thank God they are out of that situation. Even what is

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remarkable, even in some of these destroyed streets, you are seeing

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bulldozers already clearing away the rubble, some of the families want to

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go back to their homes and start living within them.

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So even though the chaos are still going on, there is becoming some

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order, and he would say that this is a city and a people trying to

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recover? Yes, this huge trauma. And yet the

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people are determined to recover. It has been remarkable and inspiring to

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see. Even now, people are saying we want to go back to our homes. Even

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the shelves but we have there. We want to go and try and make rebuild

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the city. There is a hope for the end to the violence, and that is the

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most important thing people are really keen to have.

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Thank you very much indeed. Let's move on to sport. We are going

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to look ahead to Tokyo 2020, aren't we? A new sport?

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You know how you're seeing sports presenters drive you up the wall?

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I don't say that! Climbing, you are going to be

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fantastic! At the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

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a new sport will be on show. Climbing is a sport gaining

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in popularity, with training centres popping up across the South

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for all ages. One of them - the Climbing Project

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in Poole - has been celebrating its third birthday and invited

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new recruits for taster sessions. The Climbing Project is a hidden

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gem, based in an old sports centre that went bust nine years ago,

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it has been transformed There are sessions to learn

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parkour, circus skills, and taekwondo, but the main hall

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is devoted to climbing. The climbing has been

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sort of word-of-mouth, we have now got a big base of people

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who have never climbed before, and they have heard about it

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through friends, and then they have And now they use it

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as their alternative to a gym, because it is a bit more sociable,

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it is a bit more fun, A myriad of different hand and foot

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holds give the climber at every Climbing is a co-ordinated sport,

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but it's also a sport that Celebrating their third birthday,

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professional climber Leah Crane has come to give

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a masterclass in bouldering. I think that bouldering is probably

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the easiest inlet to climbing that somebody who is completely

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new to the sport can have. You essentially walk in a room full

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of very friendly people that are all trying to do the same thing,

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which is to get to the top of the wall, and everybody

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is there to help each other, and it is just a really nice vibe

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within bouldering walls. Climbing is definitely a very

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male dominant sport. My motto in climbing is try to be

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a strong as a but climb like a girl, and in that I mean that as long

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as you can have a really good technique, which, generalising,

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women do more than men because they are weaker,

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so they have to find different ways to get up the wall than just pulling

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themselves up with their arms. And if you can have the best of both

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worlds, you're really It is the best training

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facility in the area, so when it is cold and wet outside,

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it provides the ideal facility. I think it's brilliant,

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because it enables my daughter to just have a play and see

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if she likes it or not. The future looks good

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for the Climbing Project. With the addition of climbing

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into the 2020 Olympics, sites like this should

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see their numbers grow. Hopefully, with its going to be

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in the 2020 Olympics, it will mean that climbing actually

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get more funding, more support. Climbing walls like this might get

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more support in terms of getting more children on there,

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kids programmes, and so that there is definitely more options

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and opportunities for people to really progress in their climbing

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and get the support they need. Hampshire sailor Alex Thomson says

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he's entering a critical period of the Vendee Globe

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with regard to his own safety. Thomson is currently in second

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place in the round the world race, and is expected to pass Cape Horn

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in South America on Christmas Eve... At the moment he's just over

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500 miles behind the leader, For me, and from a safety point

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of view, I feel more isolated You know, he's never going to be

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able to come to me now, and the guys behind me are three

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or four days behind me, so it's a bit weird, but now

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is the time where I need to be the most careful and make sure

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nothing happens to me, because help is as far away from me

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as it's ever been. Hampshire all-rounder Liam Dawson

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was out for a duck as England collapsed to an innings defeat

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in the fifth test against India. Dawson, who scored an unbeaten 66

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in the first innings and took two wickets on his Test match debut,

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was one of six wickets to fall for just 15 runs,

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as India wrapped up a dominant All right for Dawson, but it could

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have got better if had had a result. Do you know what ever Biddy keeps

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asking, have you done any Christmas shopping -- did you get that?

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I can't tell you that, in case my wife is watching!

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It is the busiest time of year for mail order shops, who do most of

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their business in the weeks leading up to Christmas.

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One Dorset company set up by a husband-and-wife has grown so large

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it has an annual turnover of ?1.7 million. Tom Hackworth went to have

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a look. At this time of year, this company

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employs 25 staff. They are pretty busy, the company does 80% of its

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business in the four weeks leading up to Christmas. How many parcels do

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you pack in a day? Normally it's about over 200, 230.

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Allow 28 days for delivery. Yes, mail order catalogues would say

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that. People hardly ask when it is going to be delivered, they expected

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to arrive the next day. And for us as a Christmas business, the biggest

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challenge is about keeping up, and luckily we have managed to do that.

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They say the definition of a present is something you would like but

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would not necessarily buy. It is pretty hard to get honeycomb in the

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shops, which is why this is creating a bit of a buzz. The warehouse is a

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hive of activity, they process around 53,000 orders per year. What

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started as a one-man business now has an annual turnover of ?1.7

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million. They sell more books here than any other product in the

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success of The Great British Bake Off means that books about picking

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up selling like hotcakes -- baking. A certain amount of diplomacy is

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required in the business, and they deal with six T three separate --

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106 T three separate suppliers. This board game is one that even the

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dog can take part in. Prosser called is a big theme this

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year, and you can get anything from lip balm to soap to candles to Bath

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balms and even sweets. Let's hope the bubble does not burst. This

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Christmas is so last year, the company has got its eye on next

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summer. What are you going to be selling lots of in 2017?

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Sparkling wine will continue to sell. But we're probably looking at

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things with a tropical theme, Flamingoland palm trees, Cactus that

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kind of thing. When do you do your shopping?

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On Christmas Eve! I would have thought he would have

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its own up in October! I try and find something for my

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nearest and dearest a little bit different.

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Being the BBC, we have two and 40 that other retailers are available,

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but this is a local business thriving in a cut-throat

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marketplace. Hello! Sprouts and socks? The

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ultimate Christmas present. We know what he is wearing

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Christmas. We got lovely Christmas cards from you, but this one was

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from Captain John Stiles, who has written that he went shopping with

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his wife and spotted a young lady Kate -- playing the piano. He joined

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this young lady to sing Christmas carols and he has written to say

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that those five minutes singing with her were real Christmas bliss for

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him, and he wants to thank the young lady. So who is this young lady?

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Playing a piano in Southampton, you sang a few cat -- carols. Get in

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touch if it is you, or you think you know who it might be. Get in touch,

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we would love to talk to you. Fingers crossed.

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On to the weather. Not so crisp sea as we look ahead?

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A little bit of wind and rain potentially for the Christmas

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period. Daphne photographed the cloudy sunrise at this pier.

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A festive Robin in Southampton. And the cloudy skies at this beach.

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Some sunny spells the northern part of the region, scattered showers

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here and there. Overnight, the cloud will gather in many places. There

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may be some light rain and drizzle pushing in from the west. Clear

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skies for some, temperatures will fall away to 3-4 C, but where we

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have the increasing cloud, rain will be spilling in by dawn tomorrow.

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Lows in many places of 6-7 C. A wet start tomorrow, that band of rain

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will clear tomorrow morning on the breeze. In between it will have some

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sunny spells, the next weather front is arriving tomorrow afternoon, and

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that will stay with us until the evening, and could be quite heavy at

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times. Temperatures tomorrow, 10-11, but with the breeze it will feel

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quite chilly. Especially along the coast and around the Isle of Wight.

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The rain will eventually clear tomorrow night, and the skies will

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clear, allowing temperatures to follow way to freezing. Widespread

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frost first thing on Friday -- Thursday morning, and mist and frog

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patches with it. -- fog patches. Lows of 2-4 in towns and cities. A

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chilly start to Thursday, bitty decent, mainly dry with sunny

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spells. The rain we had no clear eastwards, looking at misty and

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murky conditions to start the day. The outside chance of a shower, but

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the breeze will increase, the squeeze on the isobars, and here is

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the next weather system which is going to affect the north of the

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country. In the south we will have gusts of 40-50 mph, and that this

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storm Barbara, heading our way for Christmas Eve. Over the next few

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days, a good deal of cloud tomorrow. Brighter spells during the middle of

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the day, rain during the morning, rain during the afternoon, with the

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breeze increasing jury because of Thursday. Through Friday afternoon,

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evening and overnight into Christmas Eve, we will have some windy

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conditions with rain at times. Further blustery showers on

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Christmas Day. Thanks remit. -- thanks very much.

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The young girl on the channel might be involved with the Southampton

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Philharmonic choir?

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