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In tonight's programme: Protests over rail fare rises.

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The passengers angry about the increases that add around

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Also, are businesses looking less rosy after the Brexit vote?

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Why some firms have seen their costs grow.

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And later on, a mother joins a campaign to make a groundbreaking

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drug available for anyone with cystic fibrosis.

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There have been protests against fare increases at rail

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Ticket prices are going up by an average of 2.3%.

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Campaigners say some passengers spend up to 14% of their income

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on a monthly season ticket to London - far higher than comparable

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But the government insists it's spending billions of pounds

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In Oxford this morning, opinion was split about whether or not

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I feel that the train service here is actually pretty poor. Prices that

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we pay over here completely outrageous. I am dependent on public

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transport and I understand both sides of the story. But it does feel

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in other places that it may be cheaper. I think it's great value

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for money taking the train, giving the growing cost of gas and car

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ownership. I think it's great value. The average increase of 1.9%

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in the Thames Valley means the annual cost for passengers

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will go up by around ?90. Great Western rail passengers

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travelling from Oxford to London will now pay ?4920 per year and

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previously it was ?4830. If you are from Swindon travelling to the

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capital, it will now cost more than ?4300 per year. That is a rise of

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about ?80 per year. Campaigners have claimed

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the rise is a "kick They say public ownership

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would be better than If you're commuter, often

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you don't have a choice, so you've got to take

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the train, probably. But for some people, it probably

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will affect their decision. Especially if the price

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of petrol comes down, because that's the thing they're

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measuring it against. Rail prices are competitive compared

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to the car. The Government says it's spending

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billions modernising the railway, And with everybody's wages going up,

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that is good value for money. A man's been threatened at knife

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point during a robbery It happened at the Lane End Tandoori

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on the High Street, A 50-year-old man was tied up

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and threatened with a knife. Two men stole cash, a driving

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license and bank cards. They also demanded pin

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numbers of bank accounts. Police are now looking for two Asian

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men in their thirties. A fire at a school in Bicester

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on New Years day is being treated The storage space at Bardwell School

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was completely destroyed. Teachers say the play equipment lost

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in the fire is vital to students People have been donating bikes

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today, and they've already fundraised thousands of pounds,

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to replace the toys It's been a frustrating start for

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the year, but the community response has been absolutely amazing. Within

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the first couple of hours on the fundraising page we have raised over

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?1000 and we have had people arriving at the school donating some

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really good bikes and building resources and toys. There's been an

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amazing response and I think it's a real positive to come out of the

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experience. Some businesses in our region

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claim they're already being hit by price

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rises linked to Brexit. The fall in the value of the pound

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since the EU referendum has made it more expensive for some companies

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to buy products It's feared the extra expense

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could now be passed on to shoppers. Here's our political

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reporter Bethan Phillips. Shoppers are busy hitting

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the January sales in Oxfordshire. But could we be on the

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verge of a price shock Experts have been telling me

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that most companies buy their stock in advance,

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so the things we're picking up in the shops now were originally

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purchased before the pound But inevitably that change is now

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catching up with businesses and it's predicted by many that

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price rises will be passed Rosa Ashby runs a flower

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shop in Witney. She says she's already

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being hit by price hikes. At the minute we are trying to

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shoulder it, but obviously there's only so much you can take as a small

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business. We are not a big national company. Therefore we don't have the

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wherewithal to go on. We have to pass some of it on eventually. But

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others say Brexit is a big opportunity. I think the fall in the

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value of the pound, which I don't think will be long-term, will be an

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opportunity for people to get out there and sell their products. And

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we are doing exactly that and we are looking at opening a retail premises

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in Singapore, of all places. Shoppers in Oxford say they haven't

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noticed much of a difference in prices. I have got a lot of bargains

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in the sales last week so I haven't seen any effect. There were sales

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around Christmas when the normally wasn't, but before there was, which

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was handy. In the food department I have nosed price rises, but not

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clothing, because lots of things are discounted. It's still not known how

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leaving the EU will affect prices and the economy and how long the

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pound will remain weak. But in times of a long -- uncertainty, the

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message board any people from experts is to pick up bargains while

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they are still around -- the message for many people.

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A sports pavilion in Oxford worth ?800,000

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Windows and doors of the building in Cutteslowe Park were

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The pavilion only opened in September.

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It was paid for by Oxford City Council, the FA and Premier League.

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It's home to Summertown Stars AFC, the biggest young people's

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As far as I know, Summertown Stars doing their best to see if they can

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make it into city -- Saturday, and that's very hard because it's

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wonderful to have a new pavilion and lots of children play there. They

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need somewhere to change and go to the loo and have a drink afterwards.

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A vocal coach from Witney has become an internet sensation

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after her mother secretly filmed her and posted

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Shukrandra Gant had no idea she was being recorded while singing

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and playing the piano inside Lincoln cathedral.

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The video has been viewed around 100,000 times.

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here's the video that's become so popular.

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We could not see your lovely face there because you were wearing such

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a big hat. You had no idea your mother was around. How did you find

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out? When we got home she posted it on Facebook, and I decided, you know

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what, I will roll with it. It's good for me to put myself out there. And

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that is what happened. How does it feel knowing you have been seen by

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tens of thousands of people across the world? It's extraordinary.

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Absolutely incredible, especially as it was such a surprise. It has been

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so beautiful receiving the messages of support from people, and coming

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to the recognition that people enjoy listening to my music, and that has

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been a huge gift. He wrote the song yourself, didn't you? -- you wrote

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the song. Normally you give the support because you are the vocal

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coach, so how is it getting the love back? It's fabulous. I feel like I

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am glowing on the inside. It really is wonderful and it has given me a

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big creative firework inside me to get out there and start recording

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again and start sharing my music again with the world. I'm very, very

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grateful. You were a month, but not in the conventional sense that

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people might understand -- a monk. I have a commitment to be the most

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lovely person I can be, and this is kind of my compass, my inner

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compass, and it is reflected in the song which is about love. It is my

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big passion. Love and creativity. You are not a stranger to the music

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industry, because a few years ago there was the prospect of a record

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deal. There was. I have done a few different projects and I've been in

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a few different bands and things and this particular project, we were

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offered a record deal, which at the time I thought was with universal

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music and I was so stoked. It turned out to be something different which

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wasn't connected with them at all. And when it came down to it, it

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would have been like signing my soul awake for a good 25 years. I was

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very disappointed at the time, but I do feel that it is funny how things

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unfold and with my time being a teacher, and this moment comes now

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and all this happening, sometimes things happen for a reason. I am

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very happy to be happy where I am now and have this opportunity. What

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about the future? Might you revisit the idea of a career in the music

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industry? I love that. I want to find my creative Yoda out there. I

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am open. I love Star Wars. I would love to find my creative family, I

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would love to make an album this year. I have been so encouraged by

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the love and support of everyone, so yes. I want to go for it. We wish

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you the best of luck. Thank you for coming in.

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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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The Cherries are gunning for another big scalp in the Premier League,

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Arsenal the visitors tonight. We will be live here shortly.

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A mother from Portsmouth has joined campaigners fighting to make

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a ground breaking cystic fibrosis drug available on the NHS.

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Gemma Daysh, whose daughter Ivy has the genetic condition,

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says that "Orkambi" could make a big difference to people's lives.

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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence says the drug,

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which costs more than a hundred thousand pounds a year per patient,

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For three-year-old Ivy a daily regime of medication is something

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Ivy was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis

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A faulty gene means her body produces thick sticky mucus

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which can clog her lungs and digestive system,

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leaving Ivy prone to infections and long term damage.

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I think it was a 12 month period, she had 24 weeks of oral

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antibiotics, and not including the IV antibiotics. So she picks up a

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lot of bacteria still. Current treatments like the drugs

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and physiotherapy Gemma gives Ivy help to manage the symptoms -

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but what she and other campaigners are fighting

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for is for a new drug called It tackles the underlying cause

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so thinner mucus is produced - it costs ?104,000 a year

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and The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has

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decided not to fund it. It makes me angry, it makes me think

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is she not worth it or something? It frustrates me that it always comes

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down to money. When you look at reduced life expectancy and all the

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problems they have giving their lives, and then you know there's a

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tablet that could potentially not prevent but prolonged that, you

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pretty a lot of hope into it. They told us

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We know how important a new treatment option would be

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for people with cystic fibrosis, but for the benefits it offers,

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We can only recommend treatments when we are certain they are both

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clinically effective and represent good value for money.

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the sticking point is a lack of long-term data to illustrate the

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drug's true effectiveness. At present the base their decisions on

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24 weeks of clinical trial data. We are offering results based on a

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registry of 99% of the cystic fibrosis population which could

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monitor how effective the drug is. Orkambi is currently only licensed

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in the UK for people but Ivy's family hope that

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after more trials that age restriction will come down

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and with continued pressure the decision not to fund

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it will be reversed. Set in beautiful Hampshire

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countryside, a semi derelict mansion called The Grange has hosted operas

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for nearly 20 years. When the resident company moved

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on it seemed that the music might stop forever but now a new team has

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taken on the venue. As Briony Leyland reports

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they are appealing to the public to help them bring opera back

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to a unique setting. Music is in the air once

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again at the Grange, an exotic looking mansion

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at the heart of the World-renowned countertenor

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Michael Chance is leading the team. For years, Grange Park Opera

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were the resident company, but after lengthy negotiations over

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the lease they moved last summer taking with them their seats

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and stage equipment. The new tenants, Grange Festival,

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are using ?3 million You have the stalls here,

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all now empty, and it is a challenge but we see it as equally

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an opportunity, because the theatre has been left to others

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in this rather empty state, The Heritage and legacy of this site

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but with a 21st-century feel. Seat prices will range from ?10

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to ?185 with dining in the shabby The previous tenants are building

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a new theatre in Surrey, in Surrey, so is there demand

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for two opera houses? We are in no way rivals

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and predecessors are building I think it will be an expanding

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audience, not the same audience As well as money, practical

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donations are welcome to. We put out a call and say

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we are looking for fridges and a piano and you get phone calls

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and e-mails saying we are just clearing out a house and we have

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all that stuff, With continued support

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from volunteers and donors, the team is confident of performing

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in a fully furnished theatre come What a voice! The festival starts

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this summer. A busy year of sport we have ahead of us. An exciting finish

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to the last week of 2016, brought us some tremendous action. Many

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congratulations to so many of our pad Olympians and Olympians who took

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honours in the New Year is Honours list. In amongst it all, loads of

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football. It seems like every day there is football.

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We'll look ahead to tonight's live football in a moment.

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Kris Temple is at the Vitality Stadium where Bournemouth host

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The Cherries are back in the top half of the table.

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First though, Brighton and Hove Albion start 2017

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Albion's former Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale saved a first half

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penalty at Craven Cottage, but Chris Hughton's men would fall

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behind in the second period, striker Lucas Piazon,

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who was at Reading last season slotted in to put Fulham in front.

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Tomer Hemed was then felled in the box and he got back

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to his feet to score the resulting penalty.

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Just a minute later, a fine goal from Lewis Dunk

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would send 6,000 Albions wild, setting up the chance

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and then finishing it, Albion snatch a 2-1 win.

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Meanwhile a heck of a comeback from Reading at Bristol

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City, they were 2-0 down when Tammy Abraham netted

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a penalty at Ashton Gate, and there was little hint

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First, Liam Kelly had space to turn and shoot.

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With the home side looking nervous Yann Kermorgant

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Then the man who won promotion to the Premier League

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with Bournemouth finished form long range to claim all three points.

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So here's how the table looks in the Championship

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Albion sit in first place and they have a game

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They're third after three consecutive wins.

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Both sides are in FA Cup action this weekend,

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In the Premier League attention turns to Bournemouth tonight.

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The Cherries host Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium.

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Christmas saw a win and a loss for Eddie Howe's side,

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a better return than their south coast neighbours Southampton.

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Kris Temple's at Dean Court, Kris Bournemouth in a moment

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but first Saints fans had a difficult Christmas period.

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Born both actually set above Southampton in the table.

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Southampton's wretched Christmas and New year ended with a 3-0 defeat

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at former boss Ronald Koeman's Everton.

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Let's have a look at the action in that game.

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All the goals came in the second half as another much changed team

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fell behind to Enner Valencia's close range strike.

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Maya Yoshida then gave away a penalty which was converted

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by Leighton Baines, to effectively end Saints chances of getting

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Romelu Lukaku blasted in a third to leave Claude Puel

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facing up to a third consecutive league defeat.

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Here that the Vitality Stadium, lots of talk from managers of the

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congested fixture stadium. The Cherries have had 24 hours more

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arrests since they are last match. Arsenal beating Crystal Palace 2-0

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on New Year's Day. Some notable scalps this season, the home form

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has been the backbone of their current position in the Premier

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League. They will be up against an Arsenal side tonight who are bidding

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to keep Chelsea within reach at the top of the table, Arsenal could hit

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third. One man who would be involved as the influential midfielder Jack

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Wilshere, currently on loan from Arsenal but the terms of his all and

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means he can't play tonight. That is the headline team news as far as

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Bournemouth is concerned. The game is live on BBC radio Solent. Don't

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forget to join them from 7:45 p.m.. Let's wrap up yesterday's other

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football league action. Luton Town boss Nathan Jones

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launched a scathing attack on some Luton player Cameron Mageehan

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was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg with some reportedly

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jeering him as he was taken away. On the field Pompey

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are fourth after a 1-0 win. Christian Burgess headed the winner

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before the interval. Gary Roberts missed a late penalty

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for Paul Cook's side. In League One goalless draws

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for MK Dons and Swindon, meanwhile Oxford's 1-0

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win at Gillingham came That result cost home manager

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Justin Edinburgh his job. There was no rest for round

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the world sailor Alex Thomson He's involved in an epic tussle

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in the toughest single handed race of them all,

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the Vendee Globe. After rounding Cape Horn

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over Christmas, Thomson, aboard Hugo Boss is continuing

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to track the leader Armel Le Cleche. He's around 218 miles

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behind the Frenchman. The leading boats have a lead

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of more than 600 miles No Gosport based Thomson is hoping

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to become the first briton Hampshire cricket won't comment

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on reports that South African bowler Kyle Abbott may be set to sign

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a long term deal at the club. The 29-year-old is currently

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enjoying a successful run He was in action for his country

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today playing in the test However Abbott is known to have been

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frustrated at his lack of opportunities at the highest

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level, and could opt to rejoin the County

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whom he played for in 2014. That would be great news to start

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the year for Hampshire funds. Onto the weather and before we get to the

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forecast we should just look back at 2016 and thank you so much for all

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the fabulous weather pictures you keep sending. What are your

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favourites? I like coastal views. I like the quirky ones that surprise

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us. You can decide what are your favourites from 2016. Your daily

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weather pictures do seem to get better and better. We had some

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lovely ones during 2016 and they are featured on our Facebook page.

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Wildlife photos remain popular as ever, while plants and flowers are a

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great way to illustrate the changing seasons. We had some good pictures

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of unusual weather, check out these clouds photographed in March. 2016

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wasn't a record-breaking year for the South by any stretch but we had

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some nice weather. The hottest day was 19th of July. This dormouse was

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spotted. They call this night was the 29th of November when the South

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shivered at minus nine. This picture was taken in Salisbury. Anthony

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Morris captured this frozen cobweb. A superwoman provided a definite

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photo opportunity, this image captured in Bournemouth. Just a few

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days later, this barrel Graf revealed the sharp drop in pressure.

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After three weeks of rain had fallen in just three days, Jack sent us

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this picture of floods in Swanage. This circular rainbow was filmed in

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Portsmouth. Once a year and we like to come and meet one of

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photographers. This is a lovely spot but not such a great day

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weather-wise. Over here as Natasha and this is one of her favourite

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places. I like this but because you get a good view of the sunrise,

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especially on misty mornings rising in the ballet. I have been living in

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the area for about 22 years. I moved out for university and started doing

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a lot of walking and started to appreciate the wildlife which is

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when I realised I wanted to capture it on camera. And capture it she

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hides. These are just a few of the wonderful photos she has taken

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around the new Forest. It is a very satisfying hobby but could it be

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more? I'd love if it could be one day but I will keep working hard at

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it and I have just had a picture of a hare published and I really

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chuffed that I have been asked to become one of the national parklocal

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photographers as well. Thank you for all of the photographs you shared

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with us last year, please keep them coming in 2017. There is always a

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photo to be taken. All you need is a little optimism.

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That is a quirky one. Let's take a look at the first pictures of 2017.

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Colin Lee photographed the cold frosty start the the day

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David Batchelor capture the cold start to the day

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And Albie Somerset photographed the blue skies and lingering

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Overnight, we are expecting freezing temperatures initially but a frost

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for some and cold and frosty at times with some are not amounting to

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too much. There will be a cold breeze for the north-west and that

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will settle overnight. The risk of frost but increasing cloud. A

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weather front moving southwards across the country and it will

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arrive through the early hours of the morning with the laws of two

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Celsius. A chilly start and the cloud one priest in the morning and

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we see some patchy rain but it will disappear so thoughts and we're

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looking at some sunny spells through the afternoon, remaining dry as well

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with the high tomorrow of 7-8. Despite the temperature being higher

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than today it will feel bitterly cold. Tomorrow night, another cold

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one with the temperature plunging two minus six. The chance we could

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have some ice patches on untreated surfaces as well as mist and fog and

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frosty start the day on Thursday with a low of -3, even in towns and

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cities. A chilly start to Thursday but a lovely day in store with

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lighter winds than tomorrow. The temperature will struggle with the

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high of just the Celsius in places. A dry night Thursday into Friday

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morning, Friday starts off on a frosty note, but very quickly the

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cloud will increase and this weather front will move on. A spell of rain

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this week, not amounting to too much, light and patchy in nature,

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moving south and east words. Looking ahead to the weekend, high pressure

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starts to build and it will be mainly Diane settled. The risk of

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the odd isolated shower but it will be mainly dry with sunny spells.

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Maybe a few days into the New Year but we haven't wished you a happy

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New Year yet, so happy New Year and we will join you tomorrow, good

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night. Magical new drama...

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on the edge of their seat. Something like this

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could change my life. When you're born to perform,

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