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The dawn raids to tackle organised gangs dealing

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Also: the motorist who was using his mobile phone

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when he killed another driver on the A34.

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Glasses for classes. A new route for teaching at the textbook's thrown

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out. Police have arrested

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22 people in a major operation to tackle organised drug

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dealing in Oxfordshire. In a series of dawn raids police

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targeted almost 40 homes in Oxford, Operation Stronghold,

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as it's called, is aiming to stop drugs coming into the county

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from the capital. Organised policing

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tackling organised crime. This Oxford address

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is one of 37 raided by Thames Valley Police in Oxford,

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Abingdon and London this morning. 180 officers were involved

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in what the force is calling The start of a campaign to stop

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the flow of Class A drugs We've made some really good arrests

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today. That'll have a deterrent impact on the people dealing drugs

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in the city. One of the things we'll look at is working with partners to

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protect vulnerable people. We want to target key locations any future

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that we know these groups have operated in. We want to make it very

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difficult for them to come back. Detectives say gangs

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from the capital come to the county These locations, the police say,

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are often the homes We have criminal that often operates

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through the London area who send runners out into the counties,

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dealing drugs in our area. These operations are very organised and

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they target vulnerable people, probably the most honourable people

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in our DVDs. An obviously a real threat to local policing of the

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area. -- communities. Police are continuing

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to patrol in the areas where the raids took place this

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morning in an effort The force says there will be similar

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operations in the future to stop drugs gangs operating in the Thames

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Valley. Two men and a 17-year-old boy have

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been charged with the murder of a Canadian man whose body has

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been found in Milton Keynes. Police were called to

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Great Linford early on Saturday morning where the body of 32-year

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old Suren Sivananthan was found. The three have appeared before

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magistrates this morning. A 23-year-old man is

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still in police custody. Thames Valley Police's response

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to the death has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints

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Commission. A motorist from Oxford has pleaded

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guilty to causing death by dangerous driving after he was distracted

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by using his mobile phone. Lewis Stratford veered

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across the central reservation near East Ilsley last

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summer killing 28-year-old Gavin Today, Reading Crown Court heard

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how he'd made several It was in the late in the evening

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of Saturday 11th of June when Lewis Stratford seen

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here entering court today was going southbound

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on the A34 near East Ilsley. Over a 35-minute period, he was said

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to be speeding and to have made It was on the third of these

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that he lost control of his car and crashed through the central

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reservation That car was being driven by

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28-year-old Australian Gavin Roberts He was on his way to

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work for Network Rail. Mr Roberts was taken

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to the John Radcliffe Hospital but died of his injuries

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four days later. Following his death,

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Gavin's girlfriend Meg I was due to wake him up at home on

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Sunday morning and I just wanted to turn back the clock. I wanted to

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stop him from going to work on Saturday night. It genuinely didn't

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feel real, sitting at his bedside. As much as the machines were keeping

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him alive, he was still warm and he still looked like Gavin because,

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head to terror, all you looked like was just a bruise and on his right

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eye and the rest of him is perfect. -- all it looked like.

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The defence argued that Stratford had not been holding his phone

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They it was in a cradle attached to his dashboard but admitted it

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Representatives from Thames Valley Police

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were also in court today, with the force keen to stress

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When we do a live at these scenes, people expect you have mobile phones

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seized if we believe they have been utilised at the time immediately

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preceding a collision. We seize the fans and download the information

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kept on that phone to try and interpret whether it was in use and

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Rusev been a factor in time of the collision. -- and acute higher bean.

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-- could have been. Stratford has been

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disqualified from driving He will be sentenced next month

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and has been told a custodial A group of mothers campaigning

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to save a family drop in centre in Oxford have held a protest

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outside Oxfordshire Donnington Doorstep says it's

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had to cut its sessions from six days a week to just one

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after the council ended its contract and ?60,000 a year

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funding last year. The county council says it's putting

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in place a brand new children's service based around a network

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of Children and Family Centres in Blackbird Leys,

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Barton and Rosehill. Meanwhile the meeting

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inside approved plans to stop funding all but eight of Oxfordshire

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county council's day care centres. The council currently runs 22

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centres for older people and those with learning disabilities -

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the change will help save more There's been opposition to the plans

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but the council says it will still support those

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who need it. Bethan Phillips was

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at today's meeting. Bethan, once again,

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this is all about trying with rising demand and shrinking

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pots of money from The plan voted through today

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will mean funding's withdrawn from 14 centres for older people

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and those with learning disabilities - leaving eight,

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based in our bigger towns. There was a lot of concern expressed

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about that at the meeting today - a Lib Dem councillor described

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it as "chipping away" There were also worries

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about rural areas missing out. So, is this just about

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the council-run day centres? No, this will also affect things

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like lunch clubs and other volunteer-run services that get some

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county council funding. Overall, those grants are being

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reduced by more than half by 2020 - raising fears some services

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will face an uncertain future. The county council says three

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quarters of those voluntary services And it has invested an extra

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?875,000 to help charities But while services are being cut,

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we also had a tax rise That's right - the budget

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was voted through cabinet. That includes a rise of almost

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5% in council tax - A big chunk of that increase

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will specifically be set aside One of the councillors said

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at the meeting today that was the cost of half a cup

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of Costa Coffee per week for the average household -

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he said it was worth it, when the council's got the job

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of looking after vulnerable people. Drivers at Oxford Bus Company

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are being balloted over The Unite union says

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there is a complete breakdown in industrial relations -

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they are in dispute with the company about pay, disciplinary procedures

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and a proposed new holiday policy. Oxford Bus Company says it's seeking

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to reach a resolution and is willing Staff and students at

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Oxford Brookes University are hoping to benefit from a government

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pledge to invest an extra ?2 billion a year into

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research and development. They showed off their work

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in the robotics laboratory to the chair of the MP's Science

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and Technology Committee. Robot Tai Chi - just one display

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on show for MP Stephen Metcalfe on his tour of Oxford Brookes

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University. This was a chance for

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the chair of the Science and Technology Committee to see some

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of tomorrow's technology today... It's really important that

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universities and particularly scientists in universities have good

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connection with Government, which will open the way for future

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development and funding sources. to racing in the University's

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purpose-built engineering facility. Students here hope they'll benefit

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from an extra ?2 billion a year of Government funding

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for research and development. Oxford Brookes is in the perfect

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location, write any heart of the Valley, teaching hands on experience

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with the theory to back it up. It's a good development stage. It takes

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you through all the steps. students are taught about artificial

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intelligence, a robots ability Hello. Hello. You'll like what

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experience will you be taking away with you today? Apart from having

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the opportunity to sit in a Formula 1 car, I will take some information

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back to Parliament about where this technology is heading.

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The Robotics team has now applied for funding

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for its next project, and now have all eyes

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on the Government to help fund many more.

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This week, we're looking at the life saving work carried out

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at the Oxford Children's Hospital as it marks its ten-year anniversary.

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Tonight, we meet four-year-old Alan, from Banbury.

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Last year, Alan was diagnosed with blood cancer.

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But after two months in hospital, including several rounds

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of chemotherapy, he is now back at nursery.

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A chance to play with his friends and enjoying himself.

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Up until last September, he was a healthy,

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But when Alan's stomach swelled up and he had trouble

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breathing, his parents took him to the doctor in Banbury.

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Within days, Alan was in intensive care at the children's hospital.

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He made no fuss about anything that was done to him, which is amazing

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considering some of the things he went through. Some of the side

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effect of the first two rounds of chemotherapy for him were

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horrendous. I think a grown adult would probably drive and blue

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stations at some of them but no, he didn't. -- would probably cry and

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lose patience. As Alan fought for his life,

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family life was turned upside down for his parents and older brother,

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David. The worst thing is that we didn't

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spend any time as a family for much of that time, he spent nine weeks in

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hospital and one of us was with informative that time. -- with him

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for most of. His mum has no doubt

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the commitment of staff at the children's hospital went

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a long way towards saving her son. Friends and parents at Alan's

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nursery group in Banbury also Alan is one of ours. He is part of

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the nursery family, said a lot of the families here now Alan and his

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family. It was really important for them to feel like they were doing

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something to help. It's wonderful to have him back. We are really pleased

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to see him do what a four-year old should be doing. It our wills, isn't

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it? Allen is still here when asked and back to normal. We did see that,

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quite early in the treatment that he was coming back. -- world. -- Alan.

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There are periods where he was unrecognisable what we are hoping

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there is only good times to come. Alan's mother ending that

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report by Jeremy Stern. 50 years old and still growing -

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Milton Keynes is one of the fastest But what will it look

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like in another 50 years? In the second of our reports,

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Stuart Ratcliffe looks Milton Keynes disguised as

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Metropolis. Its futuristic building selected to double as Clark Kent's

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home city. 30 years on from Superman's flying visit and Milton

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Keynes has grown into its own mini metropolis. But in the next day STS,

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how will that continue? The discussion is that Milton Keynes has

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a wonderful pattern of grid squares. -- next 30 years. Well that keep

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growing on to redraw the stops and have some other towns a little

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different now a? -- do we draw borders. I think Milton Keynes has

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spread far and off. We should have thought it sounds. -- daughter

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towns. These areas could follow. The main thing is transport. An idea

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supported by many Milton Keynes businesses. Crucially, the growth

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continues hair and is accelerated. I think there is a challenge in

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accelerating the pace of building new housing. There are site

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allocated but it's been a building that housing and making that

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affordable for the local population. Across town and a very different

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business. We are here -- where here they have the Milton Keynes' future

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is far higher education. One of our games and is the shortage of

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semiskilled labour. -- one of our concerns. We need access to a good

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rule of trained people. There is a concern living/ they still get

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access to that. Because of its success in your last 50 years,

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expectations about how it grows is understandably high. The question

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is, how will it deliver? I'll have the headlines at 8pm

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

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stories with Sally Taylor. Later tonight, riding the rough

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ground ? it's cross country on two wheels as we discover

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the sport of cyclocross. It is often said that you can't

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learn everything from a textbook, yet bringing learning to live is a

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challenge for every teacher in every subject in every school.

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Now, it's not been a normal school day for pupils at one

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They've been taking part in a virtual reality trial

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with Google which could change the way some lessons are taught.

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Today rather than studying pictures and diagrams youngsters took a

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journey inside the human body. Sofia Seth report. It is a lesson like no

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other. The pupils at Hayling College and normally allowed to use

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smartphones on cars but this is different. They're using them to

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tour the heart and circularity system. Teachers contacted Google

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provided the phones, headsets and free learning apps for a date. This

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allows them to leave the clash and go somewhere they would not get the

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opportunity to at this stage of their school career. We can ask them

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what didn't feel like and pussy like and get debate and analysis and a

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conversation from that -- it is the same every lesson and sometimes you

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start to concentrate, but when you are doing this, it is much easier.

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It helped me because I could see it and actually look at different

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things and the comparison between the two things and I think it is

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really clever and easy to understand. Other lessons include

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history and eight tour of the virtual World War I trench as well

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as a spectacular view of the Northern lights. While virtual

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reality doesn't mean the end of the school trip its capacity to take

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lessons of the classroom could certainly be a useful tool.

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I think it would have been somewhat better at biology if I had the

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opportunity to do that. But better than those diagrams! On to sport.

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Big football matches tonight. I always love this time, I get to all

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the team news and we get pictures and things, via several social media

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platforms as we look towards the football tonight.

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Both the region's Championship sides go for crucial points in the race

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Reading can go third if they win a game which was abandoned at half

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We'll be at the Mad Stad in a moment.

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Meanwhile Brighton could reclaim top spot if they beat Cardiff.

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Johnny Cantor is watching at the Amex.

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Johnny, Brighton had a great win against Sheffield

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Wednesday on Friday night - are Albion fans really

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Yes, with certainly Albion and Newcastle playing a game of Caesar

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at the top of the championship but the most important gap is between

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Britain and third place which could grow from eight points to 11

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tonight. It won't be easy. Cardiff have won all three of their league

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games in 2017 and they are without top scorer Glenn Murray who is

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suspended. From automatic promotion

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contenders in Brighton The Royals have lost their last two

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games and face a big match tonight against a Fulham side four points

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below them in the table. Former Reading captain

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and BBC Radio Berkshire sports presenter Ady Williams

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is at the Madejski stadium. Ady, is the promotion

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charge stalling? I hope not. As you rightly say, two

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defeats on the bounce, last time that happened was back in August.

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Big for both teams. Full am looking to get into the top six and if they

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win they close the gap and if Reading get the victory tonight, it

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increases the gap. A little blip in the season but it has been great for

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Reading. Yup stand in charge. Fingers crossed a home win tonight.

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TI go should make his home debut but will there be other new faces and we

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still don't know what is going on behind the scenes there. He played

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at the weekend, but a perfect debut conceding three goals at Derby but

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we expect him to start tonight. Not long left niqabs Rwanda. We have

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been trying at racetrack. Gareth McLeary is the top scorer. Eight

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league goals. And the other has got seven. Hopefully before the window

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closes we will bring a striker in. Full live commentary this evening

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and news from both grounds at 10:30pm tonight.

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A new year brings new resolutions and, let's be honest,

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Here's a sport for those of you who like to get out

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on your bike, but maybe don't want to hit the roads.

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Cyclocross is an off-road version of cycle racing,

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This winter's Wessex League competition is about to

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reach its conclusion, so maybe this will whet your

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More pedal power than park run, these cyclo-cross events are for

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those aged seven to 70. The Wessex league season concludes this month

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and this was one of 12 races in the series. There is a competitive edge,

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but for many it is a recreational pursuit. The easiest cyclist sport

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to get into, because it is off-road and it is great fun. It is from half

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an hour to an hour, the lovers around the circuit, woodland,

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grassland, mud, banking is, but obstacles. It is great fun. Pretty

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intense. This year the series has visited Reading, Oxford, Swindon and

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this event in Southampton. Each club is really friendly so there are lots

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of wives and kids and families and it is a nice day out when the sun is

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out. My dad was persuading me and they said they didn't really want to

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do it because I was thinking I don't have the right clothes or bike but

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is now a realise that is a bit silly. My brother wanted to do it,

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so then I followed with him. He did well. He came off twice,

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first lap, and then quite a long way back up so it was all right. I came

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off as well. A great sense of achievement to see so many people

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with smiles on their faces enjoying the outdoors as families and being

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active. Well done to everyone who has taken part this year. That looks

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good. Corhampton Golf Club's Scott Gregory

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has been named in the Great Britain and Ireland squad for

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the Walker Cup, the amateur The 22-year-old, who played in

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the Australian Amateur Championship, last week is the British champion

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and, having played at the Open Championship in 2016,

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will also compete in this year's US The Walker Cup is in

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Los Angeles in September. Very well done to Scott. Another

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great achievement for him. Ever felt you want to give it up and do

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something different? Seven years ago, Clive

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and Lisa Orchard quit the rat race to take over a modest bed

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and breakfast in Dorset. Their only aim was to make sure

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their guests enjoyed their stay. Well, they're certainly

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doing something right - because for the second

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time their B in West Lulworth has been named the best,

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not just in Dorset, not just in England - but the best

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in the world by guests who've posted That puts them ahead of B

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in Florida and Italy. David Allard's been

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to find out their secret. It is a bitterly cold day in Dorset

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but this place is the warmest welcome in the world. And that is

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official. There are quite a few e-mails coming in. Clive and Lisa

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orchards say they are amazed to have been named the best

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bed-and-breakfast on the planet for the second time. It means a lot. It

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means our guests have thanked us for their state. We were very shocked

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but very happy obviously. What we're both doing before you decided to

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move down to Dorset and open a B? We had a surf shop and I was the

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shop girl at the beginning of that. I was working in datacoms up near

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Reading and we sold the shop and the datacoms business and we chose a

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bed-and-breakfast as being a nice lifestyle. This room is the Thomas

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Hardy Rim... From the reviews on the TripAdvisor it is clear this B

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offers more than just clean sheets and a full English. We think Dorset

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is beautiful so it is not difficult to show that was people. When I was

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six or seven my eldest sister Cynthia taught me to swim in this

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area, so we went for that reason and I think that makes it really

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personal. So you won the award in 2014 and now 2017, two years in

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between, what went wrong? We relaxed! We genuinely just think of

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the bed and breakfast as an extension of ourselves anyway. That

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was our commitment when we started, just to be ourselves and welcome

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people to share the area. Whatever their secret it has sent them to the

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top of the world's favourite B destinations.

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Congratulations to them. They will be inundated. Onto the weather. Fog,

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fog, Chris Proudfoot photographed

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the morning frost in the New Forest. Maureen Coles took this picture of

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the fog in Portsmouth from Gosport. And Martin Dolan captured a fog bow

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near Corfe Castle in Dorset. Fog formed in a very similar way to

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rainbows with tiny water droplets. Overnight tonight we expect further

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mistimed freezing fog patches again and the risk of ice which is why the

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Met Office has issued a fog and ice warning during the early hours and

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up until lunchtime tomorrow. Possible disruption to travel. Dense

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fog patches will form in the usual spots and temperatures tonight will

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follow way to around minus four Celsius in the countryside is. These

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are in our towns and cities dropping down to minus one in some areas.

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Misty and foggy start to the day tomorrow. Widespread frost. Freezing

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fog patches may linger throughout the morning which is why the Met

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Office warning is in place. Ice is a risk and untreated services.

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Tomorrow a good deal of cloud, the best of the sun shine through parts

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of Dorset and West Wiltshire with temperatures tomorrow reaching a

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high of 5-7 C. Further clubs tomorrow night but where there are

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clear skies and the chance of a widespread frost first thing on

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Thursday morning and maybe one or two freezing fog patches but they

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won't be as widespread as last night and tonight. Temperatures tomorrow

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night around minus one Celsius. A frosty start on Thursday. That

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starts fairly cloudy but we are expecting some drier and clear air

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to move in from the near continent bringing some sunshine through the

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afternoon after a frosty start. Temperatures on Thursday will reach

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a height of four or five Celsius but with the strength of the very cold

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south-easterly wind it will feel more like freezing with the wind

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chill. A cold day on Thursday and a cold day also on Friday although

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earning less cold through Friday and into the weekend. A lot of cloud

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over the next few days. Cloud breaking up on Thursday. Cloudy on

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Friday with patchy rain and of the weekend mainly cloudy but one or two

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bright spells. That is it from us. Kris Temple is at Anfield for the

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Saints match tomorrow night. Good luck Oxford against Bradford as well

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in the lower League Cup competition. More at 8pm and 10:30pm, good night.

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Very often, the line between fact and fiction

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In this series, I'm exploring how three turning points in our history

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have been manipulated to become our greatest historical legends.

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I want to be entertained. Entertain me.

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It's the last chance to impress the judges.

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