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Missing after a block of flats collapsed -

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the search for a resident who hasn't been since the explosion

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I was just watching the telly, and all of a sudden

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it went boom, and then bang, bang, bang.

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I looked out of the window and I could see the flats had

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Also, he lost ?1 million through gambling.

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Now Tony wants a type of betting machine to be banned

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And later on, an evolving landscape -

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the extraordinary photos which chart the changes

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One person is still unaccounted for following yesterday's explosion

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The blast destroyed the three storey building and nearby

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Emergency services have been at the scene in Osney all day

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and say they expect to be there for several days to come.

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More than 24 hours since the explosion

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Dozens of firefighters, police and paramedics were called

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This afternoon we learnt officers had been unable

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Oxfordshire County Council Fire Rescue Service conducted a search

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of the site of the collapsed building, which was still

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It was determined that the incident around the collapsed site would

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no longer sustain life, and we moved into a different

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At this time, one person is unaccounted for,

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and we are providing ongoing support to that person's family.

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The blast caused neighbouring homes to shake and windows to smash.

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One man said the boom sounded like scaffolding falling down.

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My girlfriend, who was with me at the time, said, what's that?

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I looked out the window and obviously saw the flats had

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disappeared at the end, the whole block had gone, and there

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We heard, like, an explosion, and the whole street was instantly

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crowded and everybody rushed out to see what it was.

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I was just watching the telly and all of a sudden something went

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At least two people have been treated for injuries by paramedics.

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14 residents had to leave their homes and were given

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refuge overnight at this nearby business school.

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As you can see, police are still on the scene this evening.

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They say that emergency services are going to be here over the next

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few days while they search the rubble and try and

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As always, they are asking anyone with any

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A man from Oxford has been charged with murder

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35-year-old Domingos Romalho was found with stab wounds

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on Windmill Road in Headington on Monday afternoon.

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A 27-year-old man has appeared before Banbury Magistrates,

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The family of a ten-year-old boy, who died after being injured

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at the Topshop store in Reading, say he was loving, cheeky

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and energetic, and his death will leave a huge empty hole

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in the lives of everybody who knew him.

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He'd been hurt in an incident involving a display unit on Monday.

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He was a loving, cheeky, energetic boy.

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In a tribute today, Kaden Reddick's family said his death will leave

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a huge empty hole in the lives of everyone who knew him.

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Kaden died from head injuries in an incident involving

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store furniture at Topshop in Reading.

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Today, as a safety precaution, the company has removed the display

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units from every one of its 300-plus stores across the country.

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Inside the closed Reading branch, investigations are still underway

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by the company, Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council.

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Kaden's family say he loved coming to school, and his headteacher

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here has issued a statement saying how shocked everyone

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is buying the death of such an energetic young man,

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His family say that the hardest part of his death is knowing

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that he will never be able to fulfil his potential.

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He looked forward to riding his older brother's moped,

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to travelling, and to becoming a teacher.

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They said it is impossible to comprehend that he will never be

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able to do any of this. It is half term this week so no pupils are at

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school, and when they return on Monday they will be offered

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specialist support. Footballer Rohan Ince,

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who's on loan to Swindon Town, has been found not guilty

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of attacking a nightclub The footballer was outside a club

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in Windsor in the early hours of Christmas Day 2015

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when the attack happened. He told a jury at Reading Crown

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Court that it was a case There's another twist

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in the tale of parking at the John Radcliffe

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hospital in Oxford. The trust which runs it says that

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even if it wanted to build a multi-storey car park,

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the City council wouldn't allow it to provide any more spaces -

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because of the authority's current The Council is concerned that more

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spaces would mean more Earlier I spoke to our reporter

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Peter Cooke and asked him if the council is likely

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to relax its rules. Well, Geraldine,

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it doesn't look likely. This has been

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a long-running problem. Anyone who has to regularly go

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to the hospital knows all too well about the challenges of finding

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a suitable space. Now the number of patients

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at the site increased by 37% over 10 years,

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while the number of spaces Those in charge actually advise

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visitors to leave an hour to park. We've previously asked for solutions

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to this particular problem, and a multi-storey car park

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was the most popular solution. But in a statement the Trust said

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under the current restrictions this proposal alone would not create

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the extra spaces needed. Why does the council appear to be

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sticking so rigidly to its rules? Well, we asked if it

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would review its policy and what they said was,

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it wants to limit the amount of parking at hospital

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sites around Headington, because it thinks more parking means

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more traffic on already busy roads. The priority, it says,

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should be patients, their visitors, It added that other Oxford employers

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have found different ways of getting their staff to work

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using public transport, and the Trust should

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be no different. Now, the Oxford University Hospitals

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NHS Foundation Trust said This would involve a combination

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of things, using different methods to transport patients and also staff

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to the hospital site itself. A Buckinghamshire man,

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who lost his house, his family and over ?1 million

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through gambling, is campaigning Tony Franklin from Aylesbury wants

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the Government to restrict betting So far more than 100,000 people have

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signed his petition. In the last two decades,

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Tony here has lost more than ?1 million gambling,

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but the money is just the start. At times I've gambled an entire

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month's wages in literally So, obviously, you know,

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that makes it difficult, you know, to feed, to pay the rent,

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to pay the mortgage. I've been homeless

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because of gambling. I'm estranged from my wife,

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which is a result of There isn't a lot of good that

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comes from gambling. Tony says these machines -

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fixed-odds betting terminals - are largely to blame,

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but also believes we need a cultural shift in the way

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we think about gambling. Gambling in the UK today has

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become so normalised, and, you know, to the extent

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that we are allowing our children These have ?5 jackpots and you see

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them at the seaside and amusement arcades.

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The Association of British Bookmakers say there is no evidence

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that cutting the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals

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If the state is reduced, I am asking for ?2 because that is the level we

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see which would reduce the amount of harm that these machines can do.

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Tony's petition to MPs has gained more than 100,000 signatures.

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The Government is already undertaking a review into gambling

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and we should find out those results later this year.

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One of Oxford's greatest literary creations is coming back.

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Author Philip Pullman has announced there will be another three books

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set in the world of the "His Dark Materials" trilogy.

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It will be bringing back Hezbollah that character Lyra.

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The first one, The Book Of Dust, takes readers back

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-- it will be bringing back Hezbollah that character Lyra -- the

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beloveds character Lyra. Two women from Swindon

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who had strokes just days after giving birth,

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are warning others about their Jo Wallace and Stevi Marshall have

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set up a support group after finding Jo Wallace and Stevi Marshall each

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had their first child last year, but just days after the birth,

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Stevi started getting bad headaches, It was like I just wanted to scratch

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that part of my face So I would look at words

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and I just couldn't even It go to a point where

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I actually couldn't cope. It was in the back of my head

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and it was throbbing, so, you know, even to move my head

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was just hurting. Basically, I lost my eyesight

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and my word-finding and memory... It's all coming back but those sort

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of things have all been The Stroke Association says more

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women than men have strokes, This may be because more women

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are living longer and having strokes when they're older,

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but it's still highly unusual for young women

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to have a stroke after giving birth. So, stroke during pregnancy

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and following childbirth is actually quite rare,

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but it does happen. Having a stroke can have all sorts

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of different effects. Every single stroke is different

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and people do recover. The future for people can be very

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bright after a stroke. Jo and Stevi feel very

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fortunate to have survived They're now part of a support

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group for mums in Swindon None of us really want

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to dwell on it, and we just want to accept that,

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yes, we have had what happened You know, we've all got issues but,

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you know, it's not life-threatening. We've all got our babies

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and they are all gorgeous and lovely, and we will hopefully

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get to see them grow. Both women are recovering well,

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and warning other mums to watch Will Glennon,

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BBC South Today, Swindon. If you would like to get in touch

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with us and tell us about the stories you think we should be

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covering, e-mail us. Or join in the conversation on Facebook and

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Twitter. I'll have the headlines at 8.00

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

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stories with Sally Taylor. One option is merging

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with Cranbourne business Here's a message

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from our guest tonight. You don't normally see me in a suit.

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The I'm here tonight. "A very steep downward spiral,"

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the words of one military veteran who found himself with mental health

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and drug issues after There are, in fact, between 3,500

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and 5,000 veterans incarcerated Now a Hampshire charity has called

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on the government to do more to help A middle-aged military veteran

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who, a fortnight ago, He spent nearly a decade behind bars

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for a serious and violent Because he's trying

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to turn his life around, Everything just exploded one day

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and the support that I had, The substance abuse became worse

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and it then became a very steep He's being helped by Hampshire

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charity Care after Combat, who've put him up in this home

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while he finds his feet. But why do service personnel

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need extra support? Coming from the service life

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myself it's just they've The impact can be just

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straight-forward things - It's always been done

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for them within the service I think the public say, "OK, mate,

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you're a veteran, you've screwed up, you're going to get another chance,

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care after combat, we're not going to give you a handout,

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we're not going to spoon-feed you - If you're not going

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to work, off you go." The charity has had great success

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using ex-military mentors to help people back to civilian life,

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but it's also warning there are too many veteran groups all trying

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to do the same thing. We sent them away, we should deal

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with the consequences I believe that with so many

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charities pushing their services onto the veterans,

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A, it is confusing, and B, they might think,

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hang on a minute, if I'm playing my cards right here,

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I don't have to go to work. We don't really want to kill

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a veteran with kindness. Steve says he's lucky he has

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found the help he needs, and is looking forward

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to turning his life around. I feel that I've served my sentence

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and now it's time to rebuild. Everything they're giving me now,

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I'm going to pay them back Chris Temple is here. We will start

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with football. Thousands of people watch football last night.

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There was a full programme of Football League fixtures last

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night, and wins for Reading and Portsmouth kept their promotion

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And it's with the Royals, that we start our Valentines night round-up.

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After two draws Reading got themselves back on the winners

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against Brentford. This could put them ahead. Just after the hour

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Brentford scored two goals in three minutes. But a triple substitution

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paid dividends. Williams got the equaliser. Before a generous charity

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hand-out for the winner. A moment to forget for the Brentford goalkeeper.

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Reading are now five points behind Brighton in second after the

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seagulls were held by Ipswich. Chambers gave the Suffolk side an

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early lead. But a file and Bruno led to this chance to even the score. --

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a file. Evans set Portsmouth on their Blackpool. This goal from

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Doyle ensured a second win in four days. It was a largely pushy tonight

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in League 1. Oxford saw their run of five straight wins ended by

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Southend. MK dons drew nil nil at Bury. The own goal at Southampton by

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Jones was cancelled out by Morris. More matches on Saturday. And some

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sides involved in the FA Cup. It's 100 days till the America cup.

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Today marks 100 days until the America's Cup

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But it's been nearly a month now since Gosport-based sailor

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Alex Thomson finished a magnificent second place, in the gruelling

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solo round the world race, the Vendee Globe.

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We followed his story closely of course over

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A little earlier, Alex came in to join us here on the red sofa,

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and share his experiences of the race, and life since.

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I'm certainly not back in normal life yet.

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There have been lots of parties lots of media stuff and I've been to

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Last night we were at the world sports

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My feet have hardly touched the ground.

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That takes its toll mentally and physically.

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It must be difficult when you get back to dry land to

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It is quite daunting when you you're on your own for

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so long and the thought of thousands of people arriving, it was very

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And I'm sleeping really well already.

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In fact have got to go back to the gym because I've lost a lot

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We know about your starboard foil breaking.

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Let's look at this clip from mid-race, towards the end of

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It's at that point you are thinking am I going to catch him?

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It really is about trying to get as close to our man as possible and

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But one thing you can count on is that I will fight to the end!

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He certainly did fight to the end, Alex.

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Was there a point when you realised you were not going to catch?

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You always have to fight in this race and I said from the beginning

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you have to expect an expected and even when we went towards the Scilly

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Islands, to tack on the port tack to make a finish it was pretty done

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and dusted then but anything could have

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In 2020 you've announced that you're going to do it.

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You asked your wife and she has said yes.

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I was third last time, second this time servers

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What we're trying to do know is see if you can put the sponsors together

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and put the team together because most

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important thing in this is the

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I have been very fortunate to work with some very talented

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people the right team we have a chance.

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Will you use the same boat will you build a new boat?

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There's a potential rule change coming in April and we will

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have to look at what the rules are and decide whether we can do it.

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The technological advances we mentioned

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earlier on the 20 million people on Facebook saw the shots from the

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Do things like being able to Facetime your wife and son

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when you're deciding to be away from your

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You can actually stay in touch much better

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My son, Oscar, was quite upset at the first two weeks of the

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And his school gave me a little cuddle turtle called Speedy.

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I thought I'd do a little videos so every a little video, kind of

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Trying to make him and his friends laugh.

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Thanks for mentioning the Facebook page of

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That day in the Southern Ocean was mad because I was

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there eating my porridge and a French helicopter came along.

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I was a bit grumpy and I wasn't going to go

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outside and I can't believe it was seen by over 20 million people.

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Believe it or not, my wife booked a sailing holiday.

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She's getting her own back on you for going in

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She's booked a Dream Yacht charter and we're off to the

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She says it's not fair that you're having

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Congratulations again and thanks for coming in.

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20 million people have already seen the pictures from the Southern Ocean

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and we're putting them back up on our Facebook page.

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Now, we've reported on many rows about the impact of roadbuilding

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But what might surprise you is the amount of concrete

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Tonight we can reveal previously unseen pictures

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of a World War I aerodrome, a huge military base just a few

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It was damage caused by that aerodrome which first prompted calls

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to clean up the area and restore the World Heritage Site.

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Our transport correspondent Paul Clifton reports.

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Stonehenge today, with open grassland all around.

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Look in the background at the First World War airbase.

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There were giant hangars for bomber aircraft and 800 men lived here.

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The road through the middle is today's A303,

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and curving away to the right is a railway line.

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During the 1920s the area became a pig farm and then it was pulled

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down. Where we are standing pretty much

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is where the main hangars work, but they were, sort of,

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facing in the direction Today only a few

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fragments remain visible. Where we are standing, by mid-1918,

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was the busy part of the Aerodrome - it was the technical buildings,

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the main accommodation block, So there is still

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concrete under here? There will still be some

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concrete under here, yes. The line of the longest military

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away in the country is still visible in the landscape.

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There were more hangers on the north side of the airfield, many of them.

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They were beside the road that runs between the stones

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There is almost no evidence of them today.

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Are there any Americans in, ladies and gentlemen?

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To mark a century since the Royal Flying Corps arrived,

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English Heritage brought a First World War plane

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The presence of that era drum in this ancient setting actually

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sparked the debate as to what was an appropriate setting for Stonehenge

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for the Stones themselves and the ancient landscape that surrounds

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Stonehenge. Almost within state of Stonehenge was a second huge

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airfield called Lake down. Today we coloured Druids Lodge. A water tower

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and a handful of buildings remain. There is now a big debate

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about the benefits or otherwise of a new road tunnel

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through the World Heritage Site. It is worth remembering just

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what the landscape looked Paul Clifton,

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BBC South Today, Salisbury Plain. Great photos. I never knew anything

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about that. Wonderful to see. Did you get caught in the rain

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today? More rain to come? Will we get a dry spell? The next few days

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into the weekend. Sunday has the possibility of some patchy rain but

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dry until then and fairly meld as well. Many of you have been out and

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about today despite the rain taking pictures. Let's take a look at the

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first portal which was quite a soggy scene. Down the Forest. But things

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brightened up after the rain started pushing through. A rainbow came out

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in Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. We also saw sunshine in Hampshire.

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Sunny spells broke through during the latter part of the day and the

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rain slowly moved northwards. Rain is currently all the of Oxfordshire

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eventually quitting north eastwards through this evenings. Mist and fog

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patches are a possibility through tonight and will become quite dense

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and places. We may have the odd isolated shower tonight should be

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mainly dry with a few clear spells. A little cooler than last night but

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temperatures falling from five Celsius to eight Celsius. Fairly

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light winds. Tomorrow morning mist and fog may be stubborn to clear but

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what does an improving picture. The odd isolated shower. Sunny spells

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breaking through the afternoon. A lot more sun than recent days.

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Temperatures reaching highs of 10 degrees to 11 Celsius. A pleasant

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enter the day tomorrow. Tomorrow night summer two tonight. Patchy

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cloud with mist and fog patches developing in the early hours of the

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morning. A fair amount of cloud with temperatures falling to 6 degrees

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seven Celsius. The winner will be like.

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This is why the fog foisting on Friday morning may be slow to clear.

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What it does and improving picture. A cloudy start. Sunshine

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breakthrough in many places. Hard to say with the sun will be but there

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will be increasing cloud with this fragmented weather front arriving

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Friday night producing a little rain in the early hours of Saturday

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morning. I pressure is not far away. It will stay with us during the

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weekend. Tomorrow after a cloudy start mist and fog will eventually

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left. We will see some lovely conditions. A cloudy start to

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Friday. Saturday. Very similar days with sunny spells breaking through

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on both days. Fairly light winds coming up in the south. At the

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moment Sunday looks like a fair amount of cloud. One to brighter

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spells but the chance of patchy rain at times. The bestie of the weekend

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is probably Saturday will it should stay mainly dry to daylight hours.

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If you would like to become one of our weather Watchers is a website to

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do that. Or if you want a full 11 day forecast you can go onto a

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website. Almost springlike, dare I say it?

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There'll be a news summary at 8pm and we'll be back at 10.30.

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when farmers leave their daily routines behind...

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Right, here we come, Dorset! ..for a show day.

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