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Hello and welcome to South Today. so it's goodbye from me,

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In tonight's programme, two years since a major crash

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on the M40 in Oxfordshire, there are calls to install

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Also on the way, investigations are continuing into the death

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of a ten-year-old boy at the Oracle shopping centre in Reading.

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The Berkshire man hoping to be awarded Ice Cream Man Of The Year.

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There are growing calls to install a fog sensor

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on the M40 in Oxfordshire, two years on since a major crash.

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One man died and more than 60 people were injured in the mass pile up.

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The crash, involving more than 30 vehicles,

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happened between junctions nine and ten near Bicester.

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It closed the northbound carriageway for more than eight hours.

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Road safety groups say a fog sensor is long overdue.

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Highways England insists it will install one,

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Thick fog had descended on the M40 near Western on the Green.

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With just seconds to react, drivers piled into each other,

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A 65-year-old man died, 61 people were hurt,

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At the inquest, the coroner made recommendations that a fog

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detector should be installed along the stretch.

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Two years on, there's still no warning system in place.

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The evidence suggests that when you put fog sensors in place and you

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notify drivers of the risk of fog, they do reduce their speed and

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that's the issue with driving in fog. Many drivers are not aware

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their speed is too high because their visual cues are taken away

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from them. That is when we get the pile-ups.

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It's not the first time the lack of warning of foggy conditions has

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This crash on the M5 in Somerset in 2011 claimed

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the lives of seven people, dozens were injured.

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Again the coroner called for fog sensors close

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to where the accident happened, but five years later

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There are a handful of fog detectors on motorways around England.

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They alert Regional Control Centres so that overhead signs can be

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Highways England turned down our request for an interview

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but, in a statement, it said it's committed to installing

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a fog sensor on the M40 at Junction nine but as yet

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It has said it's hopeful of making an announcement in the coming weeks.

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A short time ago I spoke to Edmund King from the AA

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and asked him if he was worried about the length of time it's taking

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Well, I think the good news is that Highways England have now committed

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But the bad news is it's taken almost two years.

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And we know that this is a notorious hotspot on the M40 where there have

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Fog of course is difficult to manage.

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Do you think the sensors would make that much of a difference?

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Well, the difference with these sensors is that they actually warn

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drivers of the fog ahead before there is an incident,

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whereas the current technology, with the overhead gantries

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and the detection systems, normally only just warn after an incident.

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And on this particular stretch of motorway, there is a dip,

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and many drivers told us that last time they were involved

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in the crash, they didn't see the fog until the last minute.

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So I think a warning system, as long as it's heeded by drivers,

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Do most motorways at the moment have these fog sensors in place already?

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The majority of motorways don't have fog sensors but they do have

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And they do have overhead gantries that can of fog.

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But I think on this stretch of the M40, and there

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are a couple of other stretches, the M4 near Hungerford

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is particularly prone to fog, I think that, actually,

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having the fog detection systems could prevent accidents and, indeed,

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So it is good news that Highways Agency have committed.

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It's just a bit of a shame it's taken so long.

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And most of us know we should be slowing down in foggy conditions

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Is there any other advice you can give us?

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Yeah, I think ultimately the onus should be on the driver.

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You can't always rely on warning signs.

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When it is foggy and when you're driving close to rivers,

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if there's a dip in the road, it's always best to slow down.

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And if there is fog around, to have your fog lights on.

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But, equally, to remember to turn off your fog lights

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after the incident because they can dazzle other drivers.

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There's been an explosion in the Osney Mead area of Oxford.

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Police say it happened just before five o'clock this evening,

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A number of people have been injured and are currently being treated

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A number of nearby roads have been closed off.

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People are being advised to avoid the area.

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Police have started a murder investigation

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Officers were called to reports of a stabbing on Windmill Road

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A man in his 30s was taken to hospital, where he later died.

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A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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Police believe this was an isolated incident.

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Police have released CCTV footage of an armed robbery in Oxfordshire.

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A man demanded money from staff at the Fraser's Budgens store

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It happened at about 11 o'clock last night.

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The man left the scene on foot carrying the cash.

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Police are trying to work out if the firearm was

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Investigators have spent the day at the Reading branch of Top Shop,

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following the death of a ten-year-old boy.

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He suffered serious head injuries in what police

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have called "an incident involving store furniture."

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The death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.

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He's been named locally as Kaden Reddick.

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The boy was on the first day of his holidays. One relative said he made

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me laugh and smile. Inside staff and police officers

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have been on-site working It was yesterday afternoon

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the police and ambulances were called to the centre

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after reports of a ten-year-old The police now say the incident

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involved what they call It's not entirely clear

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what the police mean But the boy was taken to hospital

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with serious head injuries. Officers say they are supporting

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the family at what they call this Other shoppers at the centre today

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spoke of their sadness. I just feel for his

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family, I really do. Very, very sad for the

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mother and the parents. I feel quite bad for

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the parents because... Because my daughter's eight,

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so I think it would be In a statement tonight,

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Top Shop said: Taking place in a shop,

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inside a mall, One that's touched people here,

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as the boy's family come Legal action may be taken to try

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and stop a rise in illegal fly-tipping near a travellers'

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site in Oxford. A huge pile of rubbish,

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made up of wood and household items, Oxfordshire County Council says it's

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aware of the problem and is working with police to see what legal action

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can be taken. But people living nearby

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say the council isn't It's just not nice walking around. I

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wish I could walk somewhere else but I can't. I have to walk past that

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area. And I can see why I should have to look at that every day. I've

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been in the area for 15 months now. And its ever since I've been here

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there's always been rubbish lying around there. And people just

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chucking it, tipping it over. The biggest council tax rise

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in Oxfordshire for 13 years has been Households in Oxfordshire

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will pay nearly 5% more, It's all part of the county

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council's budget. Our political reporter

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Bethan Phillips has been at the meeting today and sent this

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report. Another year, another round of cuts

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at the county council. Like others across the country,

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it's struggling with rising demand and less money

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from central government. But while last year the council

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was looking at taking ?69 million out of its budget,

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this year it's ?16 million. Conservatives say that's

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because they foresaw the problem and made

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"difficult decisions" early. However, the cuts to some front

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line services continue, today's budget confirms that funding

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will be stopped for 14 day care centres, a cut described by one

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campaigner today as "catastrophic" and there's been a reduction

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in support for carers. We're also being asked to pay more,

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the government's allowed councils to put up council tax to pay

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for adult social care, and Oxfordshire's taking up that

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offer, with a rise of nearly 5%. I've been out talking

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to people about some of the policies in the budget,

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and as it's Valentine's Day, I've been finding out which you love

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and which are leaving people Roses are red, violets are blue.

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Here's a rundown of the Council budget for you. This is my bouquet

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of some of the things in it. Let's see which of them people love. It is

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a raise of 4.9%? I'm not sure. It is more of an outgoing. No one can

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afford it. The inflation on wages isn't going up as much. It is quite

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a lot for people on low incomes. It's got to be done because with

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government cutbacks, money is got to be find somewhere. Grass cuttings,

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?170,000. So they are putting an extra ?170,000 into cutting grass by

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the edges of the roads. What do you think of that? Does it really need

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that much? It's cutting grass! It is a positive they are taking more care

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of it. But it is a question of priorities, I think. Filmore

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potholes. The opposition says we ought to be spending more money on

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selling more potholes. What do you think of that? Very true. Men come

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along, fill it in, and two or three weeks later, they've got to do it

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again. Total savings of 300 million? It has saved ?300 million since

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2010. I wonder what you thought of that figure? I didn't realise it was

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that sort of figure! That's a lot of money. There have been increases in

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allowances. But they are closing centres down for kiddies and things

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like that. They don't get a lot of sympathy from me. The Conservatives

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don't have overall control of this council so it is always tense

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getting this budget through and today was no exception. They won by

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just two votes. And with elections in May,

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it's going to be interesting to see if that balance of power changes

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ahead of next year's budget. A collection of classic Minis has

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gone on display in Oxford to celebrate the car's links

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with the city. Hundreds of thousands were produced

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in Cowley between 1959 and 1968. And some of those original cars

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are still going strong. It's a relationship that began

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more than 50 years ago. There've been ups and downs,

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and even a separation. But Oxford and the Mini

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are still together. And, on Valentine's Day,

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that's something to be celebrated. We go out probably every

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other week during the The interior looks nice

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inside the old ones. It's just lovely to see

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these cars, kept in There something there that

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touches the heart strings. You look at it and it does remind

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you of different things that have happened in your life that's been

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connected to the Mini. It's a brilliant display,

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it shows a lot of variation in the types of Mini that

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are available, especially They one to my right

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with the wood panelling, You don't see many cars looking

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that's nice with wood. Ten vehicles were on display

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at Templar's Square Shopping centre. From the modern to the classic, all

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of these cars were built to last. This Riley Elf Mini

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is of 1969 vintage. I bought it 18 years ago and I've

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been working on it ever since. We do quite a lot of

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little local staff. As well as abroad, Ireland,

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circuit of Ireland, done Monte Carlo a couple of times,

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and we've just come Since 2001, more than three million

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new style Minis have The event organiser says

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the city's been integral It is quite a lot of effort to put

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it together but it's so worthwhile And, actually, I've had current

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employees from Cowley coming down, so pleased to see all the Minis,

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including the new one, The exhibition continues

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until Saturday. I'm back with headlines at 8pm

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and another bulletin at 10:30pm. Sally Taylor is next

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with the rest of today's stories. Southern Railways and the union have

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ended without progress. Strikes have been held over in the dispute over

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the role of conductors. Later, an extraordinary 18th

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century tryst the wife, husband and her lover living

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in the same house. The scandal of Admiral Lord Nelson

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and Lady Hamilton. A mother from Portsmouth has been

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sentenced to life imprisonment Nicola Brown's baby Jake died

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in December 2014 after receiving The judge said Nicola Brown had been

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prepared to blame others for Jake's death and must serve at least

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fourteen-and-a-half years in jail. A serious case review is underway -

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as the family was known to social services and the NHS before

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the baby's death. The acting leader of

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West Berkshire Council has said everyone's thoughts

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are with their leader after he was seriously

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injured and his wife killed Roger and Zelda Croft from Thatcham

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were travelling in France Mr Croft is in a stable

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condition in hospital. Roger had a lot of friends

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in the council, both council officers and council members,

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and first of all our thoughts Hopefully over the next days

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and weeks we will give whatever Time for the sport now. You were at

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the game last night. It was a valiant effort. A good game but not

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the result Bournemouth fans wanted. Ultimately another loss but a good

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performance. They are looking over their shoulders.

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Bournemouth are now seven games without a win in the Premier League

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after their 2-0 loss to Manchester City last night.

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With the TV cameras in town, it was the visitors

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The lights were on, the cameras were rolling

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Bournemouth's goal living a charmed life early

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But Raheem Sterling made no mistake on the half hour.

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His 7th in 5 games against the Cherries.

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They try to get straight back into the picture and they have done it.

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Joshua King looked to have scored an immediate reply.

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Although it was disallowed for this tug on John Stones.

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In the second half Sterling turned provider.

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Tyrone Mings putting through his own net under

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They made it difficult for us because they keep the ball so well.

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I thought our lives gave everything but ultimately came up short. -- our

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lads. There's a full fixture list

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in the Football League tonight, Brighton will look to regain top

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spot in the Championship While Reading host Brentford

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at the Madejski Stadium. Which is where Tim Dellor is this

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evening for BBC Radio Berkshire. What is more romantic than Valentine

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's night at Reading's stadium? The playing surface resembles a poorly

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kept allotment. Those sacrificing an amorous evening are into an

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altogether less relaxing experience here.

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What a prospect. Elsewhere, in League One,

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MK Dons are at Bury, Swindon need points at Northampton

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to get out of the relegation zone, while Oxford are looking for a 6th

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straight win against Southend. In League Two, Portsmouth

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who are four points from third-placed Carlisle,

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with a game in hand host Blackpool. Former Sussex Cricket captain

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Michael Yardy has been named Yardy retired in 2015 after two

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decades with Sussex as a player, He'll coach batsmen at each level

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from the junior squads up Now, at the end of this month

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Southampton Football Club will take part in their first League Cup Final

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in 38 years and we want Look at this fantastic

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footage from the archive, of Lawrie McMenemy's side training

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ahead of the 1979 final Did you make it to Wembley and have

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a story to tell about the day? Maybe you missed the game

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for a particular reason? Or perhaps you know of someone

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going to extraordinary lengths It's awards season - you may have

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seen the Bafta's the other night - we've also had the Emmies,

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and there's the Oscars looming. Paul Field has been in the

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ice cream business for more than 35 years -

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he's one of two people from our region in the running to be

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crowned mobile Ice Cream Paul Field's been an ice cream man

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since he left school. There were around 20,000 ice

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cream men when he first 20, 25 years ago, I could pull

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in a street and park anywhere. But now, the street

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is full up with cars. Sundays has changed,

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cos when the shops were closed on Sunday, everybody was at home

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and they came and bought Sunday actually is the quietest

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day of the week now. Paul has had some famous customers -

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Tony Blackburn, Debbie McGee and even Princes William and Harry -

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but the biggest honour would be winning the coveted title of

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ice cream man of the year. If I won it, it would be

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for the Reading people because 35 years of supporting me,

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Southcote, Coley, I've done the streets

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round there and I've seen the people grow up from children and now

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they've got their own children and I'm really proud to be

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from Reading and I'm really proud that they've supported

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me over the years. Paul doesn't like his customers

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getting saucy, though. The sauce is every ice

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cream man's nightmare. It gets on the floor,

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it becomes sticky and gets all over our hands and in the coins

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and in the money. If people could stay away

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from sauce, that'd be brilliant. There are perks of

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the job, of course. And that's

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a real nice classic tune. You're not tempted to go

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for anything a little left-field? I suppose if Donald Trump comes

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to England this year, I'll put Yankee Doodle Dandy

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on for him. On reflection, Paul says winning ice

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cream man of the year will be the highlight of his career -

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but he's got to fight off competition from Bognor Regis

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and Stafford in the final. Hundreds of romantics have been

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declaring their love at a special Messages of devotion have been

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chalked across Guildhall Square - There was plenty of love to go

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around for those without a date too, with many notes

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to friends and family. It's a Valentine's Day,

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you've got to spread the love. I saw this and I thought

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it was so sweet so I thought I'm just going to do it,

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go for it. He's helped me through so much and I

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just want to show him I love him. And have you ever

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celebrated like this? This is a real

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highlight of our life. Lord Nelson is one the country's

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greatest military leaders. While his actions at sea made him

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famous, he also achieved notoriety for his love affair with

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Emma Hamilton. She was the wife of

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Sir William Hamilton, the British envoy to Naples,

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when she met Nelson - Emma's rags to riches story

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the subject of the latest exhibition at Greenwich's Royal Maritime

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Museum. As Jim Wheble reports,

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theirs was a passionate affair. How do I idolise you,

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my dearest husband of my heart? You are all in this

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world to your Emma. I can neither eat nor sleep thinking

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of you, my dearest love. Last night I did nothing but dream

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of you, although I waked It was like a Hollywood romance

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but it also fuelled another familiar Sir William watches

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as lovers carry on! Nelson and Lady Hamilton

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in love tryst! Not only was Nelson

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married but the lovers conducted their affair

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openly in front of Sir William. There were rumours that three

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of them lived together here at Merton Place

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in south-west London, which Nelson and Emma had

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bought for their future. A place in the country

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away from all the chatter. In 1800, Emma Nelson and Sir William

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comeback to live in England and Nelson instructs Emma

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to find him and hire a country pad with they can

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live out their future days together. So in 1801 she finds

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Merton Place and it is the love nest that they hope

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for, which they called On the deck of HMS Victory,

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Nelson's luck ran out. Shot dead, kiss me, Hardy,

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and the rest of course is history. Crippled by debt.

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Dying in poverty. But her legacy will always be one

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half of one of the world's That was quite saucy for its time.

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Onto the weather. It is getting milder but wet as well?

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We will see a bit of rain and some sunshine. The possibility of a bit

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of rain over the weekend. Happy Valentine's Day

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from Jacqueline Rackham and Louis Dawn Hazell captured the blue skies

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this morning in Oxford. And Amber Davis took this close up

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of a snow drop at Blashford All through the day today we saw

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increasing cloud and there is the possibility of patchy light rain.

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Low cloud overnight with mist and fog patches as well which will make

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things are key. The rain will clear we eventually and the mist and fog

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will develop. E-mail start to the day tomorrow. -- a mild start. This

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rain band could be heavy at times and we might even have the odd

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rumble of thunder. Clearing the south coast and temperatures

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reaching highs of nine or 10 Celsius. Slowly but surely the winds

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are changing from the south easterly yesterday to a south-westerly

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tomorrow night. Clear spells at times tomorrow night. Mist and fog

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in early parts of Thursday morning. Another murky start. That misty fog

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will slowly left and once it does the cloud will break up with a

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south-westerly breeze. We will see some sunny spells on Thursday

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afternoon with light winds. That high pressure will stay with us

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through Friday. Similar to Thursday. Cloudy high-pressure start but some

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sunny spells in the afternoon. Thursday and Friday will be mainly

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dry. Not everyone will see that rain and will be sunny spells. Mail today

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with a high of 10 Celsius, similar conditions on Thursday. More

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brightness on Thursday. Brightness on Friday and rain at times on

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Saturday. Be with us tomorrow because Alex

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Thomson from Gosport is here to talk about this ceiling. -- ceiling.

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# I knew you were trouble when you walked in

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# Now I'm lying on the cold, hard ground

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