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In tonight's programme: The fatal crash on the A34 caused by a lorry

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Police are praised for the way they dealt with the aftermath.

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Also: from fewer hospital beds - to more care at home -

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how the group planning cuts to the NHS in Oxfordshire

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Chilly encounters for the ice maidens - the soldiers

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in training for a record trek across the south pole.

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And later on. I just want to see what I'm capable of and what I can

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do. And what I cannot do. Officers from Thames Valley Police

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who dealt with the aftermath of a fatal crash on the A34 have

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been given commendations The awards from the force's

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Chief Constable recognise Four people died in

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the crash near East Ilsley It was caused by a lorry driver

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who was using his mobile Strolling through his music

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playlist, which seconds later with cost four people their lives. This

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was the moment Thomas Croker, distracted by his mobile phone,

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caused the multicar pile-up on the A34 in August 20 16. Her partner's.

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Was also killed. The family were integral to the video, because we

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couldn't have made it without them, but also they were integral to the

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fact it was made in the first place. It was great idea and they wanted to

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make a positive change. Something so horrific had happened and they saw

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it as an opportunity to make a change and save people's lives. A

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police Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, three police officers and two

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communications officers have all been commended for their work in

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response to the crash. This afternoon's ceremony was led by the

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Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police. He honoured some members of

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his team for what he called outstanding work, bravery and

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dedication. I think the fact that three children were involved in this

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crash made it stand that for all the wrong reasons. The officers were

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very proud to be recognised but ultimately they think they are just

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doing their job. The lorry driver Thomas Croker is now serving a

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10-year jail sentence for causing death by dangerous driving. Hope

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this as cam footage will continue to be a warning exposing the

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consequences of using a mobile phone while behind the wheel.

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Police in Aylesbury have arrested an 18 year old man

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to Stoke Mandeville Hospital following reports of

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Police had been called to a property in Brompton Close in Meadowcroft.

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The man died in the early hours of this morning.

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Police are continuing house to house inquiries in the area.

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The 36 you wrote so the products from her shop and was today given a

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six-month suspended prison sentence. They were ordered to forfeit all

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illegal products and together pay ?127,000 in costs and fines.

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A lorry driver has appeared in court charged with dangerous

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Thomas Hunter from Mansfield was charged after the crash

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in August last year involving a lorry and seven cars.

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Three-year-old Isla Wiggins died and her unborn brother was also lost

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Today, the 58-year-old driver appeared was bailed to appear

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Health bosses in Oxfordshire say a major consultation into the future

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of health services in Oxfordshire's will lead to a more sustainable NHS.

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Opponents say it will create a north-south divide.

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The chairman of Keep the Horton General's criticised

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proposals to move some acute services from Banbury to Oxford

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saying lives will be put at risk by having to travel further

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The NHS is struggling to cope with growing demand and over

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In Oxfordshire, managers say they need to save ?200m over

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The first phase of this consultation sets out 'substantial changes'

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to tackle staff shortages and re-organise how and where

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A key idea is to keep people out of hospital for as long as possible

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and treat them at home or in the community -

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nearly 150 hospital beds have already been closed in the county.

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A lot of the proposals are about trying to increase the speed to get

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access to diagnostics and to be able to do more the assessment and put

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more caring place of people to be able to be managed at home, either

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before or after hospital. Over in Banbury, the proposals

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include creating a centre for diagnostics and outpatient

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appointments at the Horton so that patients can be seen

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and treated closer to home. That could become a permanent move.

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Managers also want to send or stroke and critically ill patients to

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specialist units at the John Radcliffe. Campaigners say

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downgrading services means those in the north of the county will lose

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out. It appears the north of Oxfordshire is suffering at the cost

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of the South of Oxfordshire. They need to invest in the Horton and not

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just invest into making it a daycare centre. They need to invest and make

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it a fairly acute General Hospital like it used to be. But the clinical

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commissioning group says it is investing in the Horton with plans

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for more tests, scans and outpatient clinics allowing patients to be

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diagnosed and treated closer to home.

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This first phase runs for 12 weeks - the second phase starting

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in May will look at Gps, A, children's services

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and community hospitals - it's clear there's still a lot more

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Some fear it's too complex and may put people off engaging

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with the consultation in the first place.

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George Michael's cousin has said he suspects the star died

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The 53-year-old singer and songwriter was found dead

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at his house in Goring in South Oxfordshire

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Since then, thousands of tributes have been placed outside his house.

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Androus Georgiou told the BBC George had resumed taking "hard drugs"

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toward the end of his life, but denied his death was suicide.

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More than a dozen homeless people - squatting in a former car

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show room in Oxford - are likely to be able to use

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They've been living in the building on Iffley road since News Years Eve.

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It's owned by Oxford University who let the ground floor

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A court hearing to evict the people was adjourned last week but now

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the Co-op says it's hoping to come to an agreement, so they can carry

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Businesses at a Government event promoting exports at Silverstone

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have said they're concerned about the future after Britain

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The Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that Britain cannot remain

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within the single market - but says that any agreement should

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allow for the freest possible trade between Britain and countries

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In uncertain times an opportunity to support the UK Economy

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by exploring new ways to expand businesses.

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The Export Hub is a Department for International Trade initiative

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It offers advice and support for companies about access

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But how much should today's Brexit announcement about leaving

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the European Single Market concern them?

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We still are a trading nation. We still want to export our goods

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worldwide and will have to cope with whatever changes are ahead of us.

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And our objective is to make sure that our businesses are prepared for

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whatever changes are ahead of us, to cope and adapt

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Silverstone Park provides space and other facilities for businesses.

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And here there's some confidence moving forward.

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When people talk about things like Brexit and uncertainty, I think

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uncertainty is the new norm and that has been the message on events like

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the auto sports shorts and with the export event today here, companies

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will have to get used to uncertainty and still for John and focus on the

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high-tech activity and there are some cutting-edge companies in this

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area. One local company, which exports up

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to 70% of its products, They had in mind the needs of

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businesses in the UK to be able to export things like administration

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and keeping up with rules and regulations, tariffs, those sorts of

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things will be what determines whether we can successfully

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transition into the new status quo that we have in the future.

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Two of the Prime Minister's priorities include tariff-free trade

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But how many concessions she gets for these during the Brexit

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Every MP has been given a Brexit guidebook, by a man

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from Oxfordshire who raised the money through crowdfunding.

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After reading "Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?",

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Justen Hyde, from Bladon, raised ?6,000.

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That was enough to buy a copy for every member of parliament,

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and for every member of the devolved parliaments in Wales,

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I think it's important that this is from the public, not from me, the

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authority publishing house. This is a bunch of concerned citizens, and

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we're not even saying, you are wrong. We are saying if you are

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moving ahead with this we need to be careful. With any change of this

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scale there are huge risks and to pretend they're not is foolish.

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Two museums in Oxford are to share nearly 200 thousand pounds

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grant to open a new permanent gallery, to describe how and why

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The 'Out of the Deep' exhibition at Oxford's Museum

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of Natural History, featuring this plesiosaur, will get more

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The money comes from a 4 million pound pot from the Government

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and the charity, the Wolfson Foundation.

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Police in Aylesbury have arrested an 18 year old man

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A decade ago, production of Aston Martin cars

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But now it's re-starting with a special model - the DB4.

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The brand, named after a hill in Buckinghamshire, is still proving

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All crafted by hand, how cars were always built here. Recently used to

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refurbish old Aston Martins. Now, they are making more new ones here.

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And this is what they are going to build, the Aston Martin DB4. They

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will build 25 of them, each costing 1.5 million. This is one of the

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originals. Racing at Lamont. In all, only 75 were made. This is the DB4

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series one, built in 1959. All 25 are already sold. To bring vehicle

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production back here ten years after the last left production is quite an

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achievement. I know when we cloud production down that we never

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thought we would build car here again, and to start with the DB4,

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one of the first we are manufactured here, completely reset the clock.

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Charlie has worked here since the 1980s. Very proud. I have been here

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quite a long time and to see production comeback is fantastic.

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All of the guys here have the opportunity to work on these cars

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and it is brilliant. We have amalgamated old world skills and

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craftsmanship with modern, digital techniques. That combined with the

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450 technical drawings we had for the car enable us to recreate the

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DB4 GT back he had at Newport Pagnell some 60 years after it was

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first manufactured. The first ball roll off the production line in

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October, car manufacturing back where Aston Martin began.

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Playing loud techno music while human eggs are in laboratory

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conditions could improve the chances of successful IVF.

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Scientists in Oxford found that playing the music at 80 decibels

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It's believed the vibrations improved the movement of fluid

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around the egg leading to better distribution of nutrients.

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Stay with South Today - there's plenty more coming

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A special forecast from Alexis. I will have the were rest of the

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week's weather and what conditions to expect sailing in the Western

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France over the next 24 hours. A British soldier killed in a

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friendly fire shooting was not unlawfully killed. He died when

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another soldier fired in the wrong direction, hitting him in the face

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and neck. The inquest heard Kelly was in disorientating when he fired.

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Outside court, his family said they were disappointed that no charges

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were brought or blame acknowledged. It has was been our opinion that

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Kenny knew what he had done. Rather than acknowledging he did wrong, he

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instead chose to step back. His errors led directly to our son's

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death. A Dorset charity which provides

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support for very young children with special needs is facing closure

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after 25 years. The Dorchester Opportunity Group

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helps 11 two to four-year-olds who have been referred by health

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professionals but a vital Lottery grant is coming to an end

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and won t be renewed. Edward Sault has spent the day

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talking to parents and staff. We have to go to a mainstream

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preschool. Sunny loves coming here and playing with his friends.

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Doctors think he has autism but because of his age cannot be sure.

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He has also been diagnosed with communication problems. He gets

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speech and language therapy here, he gets monitored every week, we can

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work with him and make sure he progresses in the right way. But the

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future of the group is in question after a national lottery grant came

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to an end. The group here has got over ?280,000 from the National

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Lottery's big lottery fund but the national lottery say it is high and

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those crimes cannot be relied on as a continuous source of income for

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any organisation or charity. The group is not solely dependent on its

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lottery grant. It also receives ?70,000 which comes from the county

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council under charity donations. Losing ?40,000 a year that could be

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catastrophic. The worst cases we will close because it is hard to

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find ?40,000 from small charitable fetes, car-boot sales. That does not

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generate enough to bridge that gap. The group here has been rated as

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outstanding by Ofsted and if many of the children referred to by the NHS,

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the charity applied to the health service for extra funding but money

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is tight. It is difficult for them. Everyone has financial constraints.

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It is tough on them as well and we understand that but we do not want

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to stop what we're doing. If the charity does not get the funds it

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needs, it could close within the year, meaning this would be the last

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singsong for these children. A search is continuing

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in West Sussex for a European eagle owl who escaped from her aviary last

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Friday. Luna is part of a group of birds

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based at the Aldingbourne Country But the birds haven't been allowed

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out, for about a month, because of the current

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bird flu restrictions. Let's join Sean Killick

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who's at the aviary. Sad times here. Luna is one of the

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stars of the show here and she is gone missing. She looks very similar

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to Nova here. How did this happen? Due to the bird flu outbreaks, we

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have been advised to keep our birds in close quarters. That means we did

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not fly the birds. The birds are a top weight. She decided to fly off

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and come back. How will she be coping out there in the wild? She

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has been handwritten. She escaped after 20 minutes. I am hoping she

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has caught a rabbit but she will be feeding herself and will not be

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hungry enough to come back to us. She looks very similar to Nova here.

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If they see her, what should they do. You can call them by name, she

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might reply, she knows Luna is the name. Give us a call. Try not to

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feed her because her diet is all raw meat. They are hopeful of getting

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Luna back very soon because the new display season starts in March.

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Sorry about the break-up there. I am even more excited to my! More

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and more people are getting up every morning and asked straight onto the

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website. How much is Alex Thomson close the gap? 66 miles in layman's

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terms. He is continuing to close the gap on the leader in the single

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handed nonstop round the world challenge. Nevertheless, another

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Briton's sailing greats believes it is not over yet. The 73rd day of

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racing and that Alex Thomson, it could be barely two more to go. The

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pair are heading for the finish line on the French coast. Thompson is

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currently moving more quickly at 15 knots. He is gaining on the prerace

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favourite with every update. The lead now, 57 nautical miles. A week

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ago, it was more than 200. It has been predicted finish will be very

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close. A view shared by the man the first to sail around the globe

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nonstop single-handed. His performance so far has been

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incredible. The speeds he has been achieving has been phenomenal. He is

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going five-time faster than I did 48 years ago. It is just remarkable,

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the way he is kept up pressure. Taking the right course, judging

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weather patterns, this race for the line could still be at the mercy of

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mother nature. The two leaders will have a say in weather conditions.

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10-15 knots and the south-east and with this area of high pressure, the

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wins will become light. The winds will switch direction to the north

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westerly airflow, dragging in bitterly cold air, and the air will

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become very unstable. Irregular wind directions and speeds. If he hangs

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on like this, a good chance that he can pull it off, which would be

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phenomenal. Organisers now believe the first boat will arrive on

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Thursday morning. If previous finishes to be repeated, the scenes

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could be special, but will it be the British flag flying high in France?

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Reading's accounts showed they lost 15 million pounds

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in the year 2015-16, mainly due to reduced premier

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league parachute payments, but that hasn't stopped them

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keeping their squad strong for a promotion push.

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They're agreed a new contract with Gareth McLeary.

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He's signed a three and half year deal through to 2020.

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The 29 year old has been one of the most consistent players this

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season under Jaap Stam and has had a fine spell at the club including

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scoring in the FA cup semi final at Wembley two years ago.

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Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry has trained with his team-mates

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for the first time since having surgery on a cancerous tumour.

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The 36-year-old was diagnosed last July.

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He's now targeting a return to the sport

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He was able to join in a session in the indoor nets

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On this day back in 1912, Captain Scott reached the South Pole only to

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discover a Norwegian had beaten him to it. A group of elite soldiers is

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hoping to be the first all-female team to cross of the South Pole

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later this year. They will be undergoing psychological and

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physical tests. These are the ice maidens,

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testing themselves against Pulling heavy loads,

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jumping into ice holes, digging out and sleeping

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in the snow. All preparation for a 1,100 mile

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expedition across the South Pole. There's that almost sadistic side

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of me that just wants to see what I'm capable of and what I can

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do, and equally, what I can't do. The journey is expected

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to take three months. With just two refuelling

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points along the way, they will have to drag food

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and supplies as they ski cross-country through

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hazardous conditions. I would be silly if I said I was not

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scared of gaps in the glazier. They can be a metre long, ten metres

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long, a mile long. 250 soldiers applied to become ice maidens after

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facing a series of challenges, the team is now down to just seven

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members. They have already shown what they have got what it takes

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physically in Norway. They are finding the best ways to work

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together. Overseen by psychologists, they have been telling each other a

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few home truths. The idea, by identifying the strengths and

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weaknesses, they face fewer surprises in an extreme environment.

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You need to be more open. As a team, we need to work on our conflict

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resolution. We are all quite conflict averse

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and we all like to get on with each other, so we need to make sure we've

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got a plan in place for when it does go wrong and we do end up

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having a bit of a clash. After all these physical and

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psychological tests have ended, five of the remaining seven ice maidens

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will be selected. They will set off in October to conquer the South

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Pole. Stefan Olech photographed the very

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still conditions during the early hours of the morning at Southampton

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Docks. Roy Venkatesh took this

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picture of Old Man's Beard This picture was sent

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in by Gill Richards. Will cloud for western parts.

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Sunshine for the East earlier on today. That sets the theme for the

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next few days. A lot of cloud for northern and western areas overnight

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tonight. The southern and eastern areas, a chance of frost first thing

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tomorrow morning. Frost for some cloudy for others. Clear skies,

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temperatures down to minus one Celsius. With all the cloud cover,

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slightly milder conditions. A chilly start the day tomorrow. When we do

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have clear spells, the chance of a frost. Frosty conditions, mist and

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fog patches first thing tomorrow morning. The booklet and we hold on

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to the cloud for northern and western areas. The best of the

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sunshine down towards the south-east. Temperatures tomorrow

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will struggle in some areas, up to 2-6 C. A cold feeling day and the

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winds feeling light. Through the course of tomorrow night, the cloud

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will sink further southwards. Mist and fog patches which could become

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widespread impresses. Mainly dry night with lows of one or two

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Celsius. The chance of a frost first thing on Thursday morning. Thursday,

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high pressure will stay with us. But despite that, a good deal of cloud.

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Mist and fog to start Thursday morning. That will clear. We will

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see some bright spells. We will draw in that clearer air from the net

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continent. Through Thursday afternoon into Friday, the risk of a

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frost overnight into Friday morning. Let's take a look at the outlook

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because tomorrow, we will have an east-west split. The further south

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and east, the chillier the temperatures and the Sunni dispels.

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Fairly light winds. Some brightness will be seen and on Friday, we are

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expecting the chance of light and patchy rain. More at 10:30pm. We

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will be back tomorrow at 6:30pm. That I will faithfully execute

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the Office... And will to the best

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of my ability... The Constitution

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of the United States...

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