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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's so it's goodbye from me

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In tonight's programme: Blocked from his own land -

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the farmer who can't access his crops after Network Rail

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But about unless you can aircraft a tractor in, we have no way of

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farming. Also coming up, the campaign

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against plans to build a garden town The kindness

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of strangers, a heart-warming tale which all started when a Reading

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woman spotted a note Campaigners claim plans

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for a "garden Town" in Oxfordshire aren't living up to their name

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because of proposals Didcot's one of a number

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of new Garden Towns that've been announced in our region,

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including Bicester and Aylesbury. Hundreds of people have now signed

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a petition against building flats and a "technology campus"

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on a section of Ladygrove It may be a cold January day,

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but dogs, joggers and toddlers alike are still out enjoying

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Ladygrove Park in Didcot. But there are fears this area

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could soon look very different if newly released plans get

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the go ahead. This field area is about the only

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place we can go within walking distance when a whole family can let

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off a bit of steam. We come along and bring our grandchildren here. We

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need a bigger part cars it is very well used.

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Not all of the park will be built on, but as the plans stand,

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there will be a new road through the park, flats

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and a "technology campus" on part of the space south of Tyne Avenue.

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Campaigners say it's worrying and not in keeping with the idea

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We will lose half of the place apart. This is enjoyed by mums and

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their children, and we will have the loss of a garden in the middle of a

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garden town. How can it be a garden town?

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South Oxfordshire District Council says that overall the Garden Town

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plan will mean more green space for Didcot and more

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Plus there will be improvements at Ladygrove.

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Gamut of new buildings is tiny in comparison to what is there already.

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The vast majority of existing space will be exactly as it is, and there

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will be many improvements. New facilities in terms of children play

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areas and so forth. The public's now being asked

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for their opinion on the draft plans A final version is set to be

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published this spring. 19 people have been charged

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following a series of police raids in Oxfordshire

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and London on Tuesday. Nicknamed Operation Spires,

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the raids were aimed at suspected 12 of those charged

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are from Oxfordshire. They'll appear in court in Oxford

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in the coming weeks. Six others arrested have been

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released on police bail, whilst one was given

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a police caution. A group of homeless people living

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in a former car showroom in Oxford have been told they will need

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to leave by the end of next month. The former dealership had been empty

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for months before local residents Wadham College, which owns the site,

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has been given planning permission to build student accommodation

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on the site. Work is due to start

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at the end of February. The Schools Minister Nick Gibb

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has been visiting two Swindon secondary schools,

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following criticism of the local education system

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by Ofsted inspectors. They include Swindon Academy

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and Nova Hreod Academy, The North Swindon MP

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Justin Tomlinson's showed And you see schools like this that

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are demonstrating the way ahead, and in the Swindon Academy,

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where huge progress is being made in the last few years in transforming

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those schools into places where children are learning,

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where they are getting the qualifications,

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where they are improving their life chances, and that is what we want

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for every school in Swindon. A farmer from Aylesbury says he's

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devastated after discovering he's been blocked from accessing 90 acres

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of his own land. The Owners of Fleet Marston Farm

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woke up this morning to find Network Rail putting up a metal

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fence over a level crossing used to access their fields,

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land which they say brings in more The latest recruits in four

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generations of farming. For 80 years, the Hunters have sewn,

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fertilised and harvested this land, with the wheat they grow

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supporting their business, The 400-acre farm is

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split by a railway line, For over a century,

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the tractors and the tracks I got here to the farm,

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heard a bit of noise, looked across the field

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and saw what where a pair of gates I seen them cutting the signpost

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down, cutting the gates off, For the last 150 years,

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tractors have been using this Until November, when a three tonne

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weight limit was enforced. Inconvenient, but not a massive

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problem, because they could still use the level crossing

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down there, until today. So now, the railway line

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which once divided this farm The family say they were in talks

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with Network Rail after receiving a letter last week,

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but this morning's work They now have no way to harvest

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the wheat they planted and face losing more than ?50,000,

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an amount that will threaten I was actually born

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in the spare room They cannot treat

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farmers in this way. Network Rail failed to tell us

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why they were doing the work, but did say they haven't yet

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received a complaint from the farm, Windbag VCS has been closed for

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safety reasons. The farmers disagree.

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out, because it is not right, it is just devastating.

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This week we've been running a series of reports celebrating

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the tenth anniversary of the Oxford Children's Hospital.

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Tonight we're taking you through the doors of one

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of the most highly specialist surgical wards in the country.

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The Oxford Craniofacial Unit is one of only four in the UK

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and uses ground-breaking techniques to treat rare genetic conditions.

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It's the day after the big operation.

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Hannah are Tom are waiting for news on their

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She was born with an unusually shaped head and referred

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to a specialist unit at the Oxford Children's Hospital.

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Yesterday was possibly the longest seven hours of my life waiting for

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I knew what she was going through and the

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potential risks that had been spelt out.

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The fact that her dad had had something

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similar, and that was his worst fear, that Lucy would end up with

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Then you wonder what the implications are for her,

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Conditions like this are extremely rare but can cause headaches,

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The children's hospital is one of four in the country

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with a department for what's called craniofacial treatment.

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Surgeons move bone and skin to alter a patient's features.

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There are many examples where I've been

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doing things for the very first time.

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A lot of conditions where you are having

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to think on your feet, almost design new operations

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About 100 operations take place every year,

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Brianne was born with a unique mix of disorders.

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If someone had it the same as Brianne then we could compare them

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But because no one else has got that

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missing genome, they don't know what it is, so, future-wise,

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We don't know if she's going to develop normally,

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or if it will affect any aspect of

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her life, which is quite a scary place to be in.

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Brianne's been through several operations.

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Psychologists, genetisists and speech therarapists

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Her forehead has been rebuilt, and surgeons are hoping

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to bring her eyes closer together when she's older.

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Back on the ward, there's good news about Lucy.

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We took the bottom two centimetres of the bone of the

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What is really wonderful is going and seeing

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the family afterwards and seeing the parents and telling them that

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Watching the emotion change in their face to absolute relief.

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We have just been blown away by the care they have given us.

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We are so indebted to them that we got her

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back yesterday, and she is doing so wonderfully well.

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Mr Johnson has just done an absolutely amazing job.

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We couldn't have hoped for better, and she couldn't

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Patients from all over the country come here.

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Her mum and dad say it was well worth the journey as,

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like many other children, the treatment Kirsty's

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getting in Oxford is setting her up for a happy and healthy life.

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This week, people in and around Milton Keynes are celebrating

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It's one of the fastest growing places in the UK.

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But among those who don't live in the area or have never been

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there, a few rather unkind stereotypes have developed.

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Clare Burton has been out and about, trying to bust

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Welcome to one of Milton Keynes' many roundabouts, and it is the

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foundation of myth number one, that Milton Keynes is no more than a

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As you can see, there are parks and lakes everywhere.

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It is a fantastic place for everybody.

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There is nobody that lives more than a quarter of a

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mile from a piece of lovely, good quality Park, open space,

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We've got it all here, and it really does make for a fantastic

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And there is even greenery in the shopping centre, and

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it is here that you find myth number two, that it is all chain stores and

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chain restaurants, to be blunt, that it is a bit bland with no real

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Well, it turns out that Milton Keynes has got

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quite a lot of old shops, too, here at the Museum.

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Anne, tell us a bit about this place.

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Here we are in the heart of Victorian Milton Keynes.

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If you go a little bit further down the road to one of the

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old coaching towns, you will still find an old-fashioned ironmongers

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that people from all over the region come to, because you can get

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So, Milton Keynes has its quirks and plenty of

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independent traders, but what about the people that live here?

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Myth number three would have it that they

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haven't got a shared identity, any shared passion.

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Not according to the editor of the local paper, the MK Citizen.

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People are really passionate about it, particularly

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But of course the community is now made up of so many

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more people who have come here on the back of a job or move

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here because it is a lovely place to live.

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When we need to, we do get together and we pull together, so

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And finally, the biggest myth of all, that this place is a city.

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Milton Keynes, officially, is a town.

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I've known Milton Keynes right from the beginning.

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I think, with the size of it, it qualifies as a city, but

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We call it Milk and Beans, because we are old and, you know...

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Everyone here seems to refer to it as a city and that is

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If we think it's a city, and we call it a city, it is a city.

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Sales of George Michael's music have soared since the pop star's death

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The 53-year-old singer was found dead at his home

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Thousands of tributes have been placed outside by fans

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Since his death, nearly 150,000 albums and more

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than 400,000 singles have been sold or downloaded.

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I'll have the headlines at eight and a full bulletin at 10.30pm.

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

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Join us later when we'll be talking about how we become

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global and we'll be showing you some of our moves.

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Onto sport now and one story dominates tonight.

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Southampton are into a major cup final for the first time

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since losing the FA Cup final in Cardiff in 2003.

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able to go to see them in the EFL Cup final next month?

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Well, this afternoon, the club announced that they have got just

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over 31,400 tickets for the match against Manchester United or Hull.

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That will be on your last Sunday February next month. At the moment,

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it is due to be a 4:30pm kick-off. Going into the semifinal,

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Southampton were the underdogs. A lot of people felt Liverpool would

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be too strong for them. Here, they beat them 1-0. There, they beat 1-0.

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Klopp and the Kop no match for Southampton.

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Liverpool, with their fair share of ex-Southampton players,

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got out of Saint Mary's fortunate to only be a goal

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Last night, the expected onslaught for

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the Saints' defence, minus Virgil Van Dijk,

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Instead, Saints had other chances to bury the tie early on.

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But cup heroics come in many shapes and sizes.

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Southampton's six foot seven goalkeeper Fraser Forster

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used every inch to deny the reds a breakthrough.

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A heart stopping moment saw young defender Jack Stephens cleared

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They can finish the job here, it's Shane

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When we ran out at the start of the game, we could

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Obviously they've carried is over the line,

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Saints players today were digesting the drama at the training

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It was a really big night from me in my career, because it's a

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Really difficult game for us, but I'm so

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It's 14 years since Southampton's last major cup final, defeat against

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Seven years ago, they played at the new Wembley in a Johnstons paint

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Trophy, winning in front of nearly 14,000 travelling supporters.

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Many of those fans will beginning of victory next month.

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As you would expect, social media has gone crazy over this. There was

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a video posted of the Saints' dressing room. Look at them going

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mad. It is buying the scenes stuff, people love to see it, of course.

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All the team celebrating there. We also have some tweets from the

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players. Shane Long posting a photo. A lot of fans start in traffic on

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the', M6 at the time. I think you've got some tweets to weed out as well.

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Yes, very busy day, the timeline flying around but I picked out a

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couple. Jamie said he was really happy with the performance. He said

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the club and fans deserve this moment and they want to now go and

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wind it. More treats are appearing on screen for you now. That gives

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you the kind of feeling of global appeal from football these days.

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Talking of global appeal, India lost their cricket and we saw something

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special to date when Tymal Mills took his first wicket for his

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country playing in England's T20 victory today.

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Mills dismissed Hardik Pandya, who was caught on the boundary

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as England reduced the home side to 147 for seven

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A great time for Tymal Mills. However, memorable times at

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Southampton here. Still talk of the Franco will be invested from the

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Chinese. Also looking at the prospect of the Europa League, which

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we saw Southampton in this year against Inter Milan. The League Cup

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is probably bottom of their priorities, taking into account the

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league as well. They played a stronger side and there are now into

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the final. The condition many fans might have written off is the one

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that could actually fulfil their dreams for this season and many to

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come. Football, a funny old game sometimes. Yeah, top priority now.

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Thanks very much. Now, here's a tale to restore your

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faith in human nature. It starts with a letter taped

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to an empty bike rack The letter was addressed

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to the thief who'd stolen a brand new bike, belonging to someone who'd

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saved-up for a year to buy it. A passer-by saw the note,

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and decided to do something Flapping from an empty bike rack,

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in this letter caught Rachel's eye as she was walking along

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Reading's Broad Street on Tuesday. Dear bike thief, have you ever

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thought that you make You might have seen

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that the bike is new and Less you know that I could only

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afford that back after one year of I was saving and dreaming

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of having a new bike one day. Well, it's a pretty forlorn looking

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little note, as you can see. Everything I read just

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make me made me feel sad It was signed from Alex, who had

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added that he or she would wait by the bike rack at 6pm each evening

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this week in the hope the bike I have lived here for coming on 17

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years now and I think we're That's what motivated

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me to do something. Within half an hour,

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Rachel had set up an online appeal, aiming to collect

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enough money to buy a 24 hours later, the total had

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already reached over ?700. I've got no idea,

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but Alex said they will I don't know whether Alex

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is male or female, even. I will be here at 6pm,

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hoping to give Alex Alex understandably wary at first

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was deeply moved to know It has given back my

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faith in humanity. All the money left over from buying

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a new bike and a decent lock will go to a cycling charity,

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helping provide affordable bikes for A charity which Alex now says he'd

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like to join as a volunteer. Trying to give back that help

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that society gave to me and hopefully, by receiving

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and giving back help, So, hopefully everyone will be able

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to do that and learn from this unfortunate

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event at the same time. The world can be a lonely,

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old place but, if everyone chips in, it can be

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really, really lovely. I would like to say thank you very

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much to everyone who contributed and also "Welcome

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to Reading" for Alex. We love stories like that. Well

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done, Rachel. What a truly lovely person. Now, we are revisiting a

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story you might remember. At the end of last year,

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we told you about Fatboyz Dance. They are a group of young

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dancers who rehearsed That was until they got spotted

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and were chosen to perform at one of the biggest events

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in the sporting calender - Well, their performance has put them

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on the worldwide stage and they've Earlier, I spoke to Liam

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and Shivani from Fatboyz. They told you about their experience

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in Abu Dhabi. It was on a completely different level. Our expectations

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were here. When we got there, it was there. It was incredible. From the

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very get go, get in on the plane, to the minute we stepped off the plane,

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to the whole experience. It was nonstop, continuous, get from one

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place to the other. The audience kept on bombarding us when we got

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there. It was crazy. We're what the fans show up at the. Shivani, think

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of the world for you since, haven't they? Yet, since we came back, the

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support has been incredible. Local. Seven people coming up to us. It has

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been so nice. People asking for our picture. Similar people inviting us

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to invent. We've got a festival coming up and a world tour as well.

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Wow. You're until? Gill again, our own world tour. We are starting with

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the locals of everyone can see our performances and stuff and it is in

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Winchester the minute. Natalie May 13. If you want to see it, come

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along. We would love to. Have you been surprised by your success? Have

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I been surprised? Well, Shivani and me have been working really hard at

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this specifically. San Miguel, we work so hard. We haven't expected it

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but everything that happens, we are like, well, how is this happening?

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But we work hard for it and we don't stop working hard for it. We enjoy

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every minute. Thank you so much for coming in. Thank you. Weren't a

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great? Really well deserved and they are so talented. You saw a bit of it

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then, but very exciting. They done a performance in the studio this

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afternoon so, at the end of the programme, you can see them do their

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moves. Now, time for the weather

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with Alexis Green. It has been freezing today, hasn't

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it? Bitterly cold. I will tell you about the temperatures in the

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forecast. First, let's have a look at the photographs.

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Rachel Baker took this photo of the sun trying

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to poke through the cloud at Hamworthy Park in Poole.

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Steve Miller took this picture of a New Forest Pony in the cold.

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And Longstock, Hants - Sandy Burnfield.

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Now, through the course of the day, chilly conditions. Three Celsius the

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overall temperature. Tomorrow, looking like it'll be up to eight

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Celsius. Duties if you don't like the cold. A frost developing,

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though, in the early hours of the morning. Risk winds from the south

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and south-east from clear skies. We will see one or two missed catches

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and the is an ice warning for Sussex and Surrey, where we will see

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someone three showers that could cause problems on untreated roads.

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-- slippery. A cold, frosty, potentially IT started the day

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tomorrow. Some brightness initially but, three course of the day, travel

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increase and we see some patchy rain arriving from the south. That is on

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a southerly breeze and the breeze will be strong tomorrow with

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cabbages reaching 5-8 C. Through the course of tomorrow night, the rain

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will disappear but further rain arrives, more persistent and of rain

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during the early hours of Saturday morning. -- temperatures. Milder

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temperatures as well. A lot milder than today's values, seven Celsius

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now. A mild weekend and staying mild throughout the weekend into the

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start of next week. Saturday, patchy rain at times. Thunderstorms during

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the course of the day. Some bright and sunny spells and a brisk,

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south-westerly winds. As we head to best of the week, tomorrow will be

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an icy start in places, frost in the morning. Brightness during the

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morning but then clouding over with patchy rain arriving through the

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afternoon. Sunshine and the potential for thundery showers to

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Saturday. Some rain about on Sunday had quite a cloudy day on Sunday

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with further rain possible on Monday. If you're out and about

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anywhere, do send us your weather pictures. Thanks very much, Alexis.

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