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A reminder of the day's main story... The

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This simply been a matter of chance that lives have not been lost. But

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there has been compromise in safety. Also, the husband and wife forced

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to live a thousand miles apart because UK immigration rules say

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she doesn't earn enough. The rainbow added later by

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Constable in this painting which has It's claimed that failures

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with the computer system which handles calls for Dorset

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and Wiltshire Fire Service The system crashed at least

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ten times last year. One call handler has told us she's

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ended up using pen and paper and having to direct fire crews

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using maps on the internet. Dorset and Wiltshire Fire

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and Rescue Service have responded to more than 42,000 calls

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since the new call-handling system provided by Capita

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was put in place in the summer of It's designed to break down borders

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between the three Fire and Rescue areas it covers and deploy

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fire engines from the closest Well, just on Monday,

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we had two very common problems we Kate Scott is a control room

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operator and local rep for the The system fails and we

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are unable to mobilise When you are answering 999 calls,

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you're trying to do the best you possibly can for that

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person on the end of the phone and when you're not able

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to do that as effectively when you're not able to do that

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as effectively as you would like, it is very stressful

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for the operators. A freedom-of-information

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request from the BBC has revealed

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over the last 18 months, there have been several problems,

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these include the system failing to work and calls having to

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be taken by different control rooms. This is a single control room that

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covers all of Dorset. The union says the

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system must be fixed. It has simply been

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a matter of chance that I tell you what, safety

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has been comprimised. It has taken us longer to reach some

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incidents because of this system. We have seen fire

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appliances mobilised The three areas using

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the system, Dorset and Wiltshire, Devon and Somerset

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and Hampshire Fire And Rescue Of course, we are

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aware there have been We have been doing everything

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we possibly can with partners Capita and others to ensure

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those problems are resolved. There is absolutely

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no risk of us not responding, so in the event of

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an emergency that requires Fire and Rescue Service response, dial 999

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and we will respond and we will be Capita says its system

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was introduced after robust testing and it

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will continue to work with the Fire Forensics officers are continuing

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their investigation of a former home of the convicted murderer

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Christopher Halliwell. Gardens and the garages behind two

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properties on Broad Street Halliwell murdered Becky Godden

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and Sian O'Callahan. The sentence he was given

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means he'll never be Police say a woman who died

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after an attack at her home in Milton Keynes was

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64-year-old Hang Yin Leung. She pushed to the floor

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after a group of men forced their way into her home

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three weeks ago. One of the men held her down,

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while they stole cash and jewellery. Her family have described her

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as a dedicated mother who worked A woman from Banbury

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says she's frustrated, but not surprised that controversial

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rules stopping thousands of British citizens bringing their foreign

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spouse to the UK have Mandy Ryder's husband can't move

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to the UK from Morocco because she can't prove

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she earns enough money. This is the closest

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Mandy Ryder from Banbury gets to her husband,

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Boubaker, each day. They met in Morocco three years ago

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and married last year. But because Mandy is self employed

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and doesn't earn enoufgh money But because Mandy is self employed

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and doesn't earn enough money to sponsor his visa,

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he's not allowed in the UK. You just want to be able to get up

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in the morning and do things together and go out

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together, like anyone together and go out together,

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like anyone else in this country Since 2012, the law states British

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nationals must earn ?18,600 a year That increases if a child's

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included and goes up again Today, the British Supreme Court

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ruled those financial measures do not breach

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human-rights legislation, leaving Mandy and Boubaker

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alone and separated. They should really look at each

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person's, each couple's, situation But as I told you,

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I did not expect that it They're just one of thousands

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of couples affected by this. What we do know is that around

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40% of all people who are working in the UK as employees,

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whether they are British citizens or not, are currently not earning

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enough to meet the income threshold. Mandy's now trying to earn

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the required amount by April to apply for the visa,

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but even then there's no A pilot from RAF Brize Norton

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is being court martialled for lying about an incident when his aircraft

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with passengers on board went into a nosedive

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over the Black Sea. The Voyager plane was en route

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from the Oxfordshire airbase to Camp Bastian

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in Afghanistan in 2014. 49-year-old Fleight Lieutenant

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Andrew Townshend initially claimed the nosedive was caused

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by a technical fault. But it's believed his digital camera

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collided with the control stick, The trial has heard that

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many of those on board thought An official complaint has been filed

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against an Oxford councillor who called homeless people

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in the city a disgrace. Labour councillor John Tanner has

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been visiting a soup kitchen in Oxford, to try

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to repair the damage The Conservative Party association

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of East Oxford has made an official complaint to the City Council

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regarding the remark. Well, I was very

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pleased to be invited. I thought because of the mistake

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I made on Radio Oxford when I was interviewed, it is time that

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I ate some humble pie. And it was a real

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privilege they allowed me to come and help in the kitchen and

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help to prepare the food for this invaluable soup kitchen

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in east Oxford. Parking at Charlbury Railway Station

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could be doubled in size under plans The company met with town

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council officials this week to discuss their plans to greatly

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improve parking at the West Use of the station has increased

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dramatically in recent years. The firm would like to build

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a second car park and a new parking deck to increase capacity

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to around 500 cars. A file containing the ceremonial

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details and route map of Sir Winston Churchill's funeral

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has been sold at auction today. The plans for the wartime

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Prime Minister, who was born at Blenheim Palace and is buried

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in Bladon, were given the codename The folder was discovered

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by the family of an unnamed man, who was involved

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with the arrangements The Cotswolds is often used

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as a filming location in fact Northleach was

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recently used for JK Rowling's But now the town is the location

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for a new BBC mockumentary that's It's written by and stars a brother

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and sister from nearby Cirencester who wanted to show a different

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side of the Cotswolds. Northleach, a textbook

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cotswold town. And in This Country,

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home to cousins Kerry Over there, we saw Laurence Llewelyn

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Bowen once. I was walking in the Co-op and he was coming out and he

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said after you and he said no after you. He is so humble.

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In real life, Kerry and Kurtan are Brother

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Working together as brother and sister, what is that like? A bit

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annoying. We row all the time. Our man has to split up our rows. You

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are annoying. No, he is annoying. The show isn't the view

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of the Cotswolds that you'd normally We love the Cotswolds. It has such a

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strong identity and we wanted to show the side that we knew and grub

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with not the side that you up with -- read on Kotza bags in. I've got

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plenty of enemies. -- read in Cotswold magazine. You end up

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finding out a lot about people that we write down in our little black

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book. So you get to hear about

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the frustrations of the annual And meet the locals like Mandy,

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who's just taken up tatooing. Who is that one? That is grant from

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Eastenders, but also it could be that the low-cost Masterchef. --

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that bloke off Masterchef. But many of the stories are based

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on Daisy and Charlie's real life Someone's been throwing plums at my

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house. There is a plum tree at our garden, so there are loads of kids

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wearing plums at our window, but to make it worse our dad would always

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chase them. This Country reflects

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the rawness of real life, definitely isn't family viewing

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so hasn't been everyone. How has it gone down in Northleach?

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I think the language could be toned down a little bit. It is fun. If you

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don't like it, turn it off. As long as you don't think that this is the

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sort of documentary of Northleach, it is just a comedy programme done

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very cleverly. People have been very amazing and it just means so much to

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us. It is a dream come true. What do think the impact on the Cotswolds

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will be? We will be chucked out. We might get plums thrown at us.

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So for Daisy and Charlie's irreverent take on where they grew

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up, This Country is on iPlayer and on BBC One on Saturday nights,

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I'll have the headlines at 20:00 and a full bulletin at 22:30.

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

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cancelled the contract after just a few months they will hope for a

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smooth transition, unlike last year. Later: the stunning pictures of an

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unusual phenomenon and in a film about the South Downs National Park.

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The Southampton Professor has planned -- criticised the government

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over plans regarding obesity. Reports are strong actions were

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watered down but ministers insist no country has set out such ambitious

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plans. But the author says the UK has missed an to show global unison

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-- leadership. It's true the UK is working -- leading the way in this

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and I can see the global picture. But the suggestions and

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implementation are largely voluntary and to a certain extent, we need

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stronger statutory controls on advertising, on the formulation of

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foods and on exercise and diet in schools.

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A children's nursery in Berkshire is facing closure after the Church

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of England served it with an eviction notice.

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The Parish of Sonning and Charvil wants the local preschool out

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And as Joe Campbell reports, searches a suitable new site have

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Four-year-old Molly arrives for her daily session

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at preschool, her mum, Rebecca, had expected this would be

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part of her daughters routine until September when she starts

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at the nearby primary, but now the preschool has been

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given its marching orders by the building 's owners.

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I believe it is the fourth nursery to close in the last

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Every other nursery locally is oversubscribed so Molly won't be

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The Jubilee Hall is owned by the local Anglican parish,

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the Church of St Andrew's and said it wanted the building back

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The vicar here has declined to give an interview saying he does not want

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this turned into a battle between church and preschool,

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but in a statement he said that St Andrew's can simply no longer

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afford the losses incurred by the hall, in large part due

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He said there had always been a substantial fall in attendance. We

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had 24 on our books in July and 18 were going to school in September so

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there is an automatic drop-offs and we will and we have picked that up

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since then. The borough council is looking for a new site but so far

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the search has been fruitless. There's nothing. We've looked into

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other areas and buildings but there isn't anything.

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So, come May, it seems preschool will be out

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Onto the sport and starting with leading?

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Yes, two teams chasing promotion. Reading's automatic promotion hopes

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in the Championship took a knock, as they lost an entertaining game

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at fellow high-fliers Huddersfield. The Royals survived a first-half

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scare when Liam Moore was penalised, but Royals keeper Ali Al-Habsi saved

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the resulting spot kick The Huddersfield winner came

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eight minutes from time Reading stayed eight

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points behind Brighton. Oxford United meanwhile

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boosted their chase for a League One play-off place,

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with a win at Charlton. Michael Appleton's side scored

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the only goal at The Valley, and it came from Oxford's former

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Charlton loanee Conor Oxford six points off sixth,

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with two games in hand. Elsewhere, big-spending

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National League side Eastleigh have re-instated former boss Richard Hill

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as director of football, after sacking their third

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manager of the season. The Spitfires today dismissed

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Martin Allen, who won only 2 Eastleigh also turned over 32

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players during Allen's 2 Chairman Stewart Donald

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"unreservedly apologised" to fans There's just four days to go

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until Southampton's return to Wembley, for the EFL Cup Final

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against Manchester United. Saints' last appearance

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in the League Cup final was 1979, and even though it was played

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in March the country These shots of Lawrie McMenemy squad

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training ahead of the final show just how wintry

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the conditions were. We've been asking for your memories

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of that day, if you were part of it. One person who got in touch

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was John Godfrey, and I went John Godfrey was 22 when he watched

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his club take on Nottingham Forest in 1979. 38 years on his back to

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Wembley again this weekend. The old Wembley Stadium was an iconic

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structure. I much preferred standing on the terraces and swaying with the

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crowd, jumping up and down when a good tackle when teen or a goal was

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scored. Something else that has survived is a banner that he made

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for that game. In those days, it was traditional to have a banner and it

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was great waving it at Wembley and walking with a draped over your

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shoulders. But we lost 3-2 and I felt totally deflated. The banner

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behind me being waved throughout the game but afterwards it was rolled

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up. Too embarrassed. His lumberjacks may have had their act is blunted in

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79 but what about this time around? If we win on Sunday it will make the

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season because we've actually won something. Will the banner make a

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trip to Wembley again? If I lose it I've lost it forever. So... Make the

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on the day. I like the banner. He hasn't washed

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it for nearly 40 years. And there are other lovely memories

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on our Facebook page. Roy Simmons first of all.

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Wembley traffic, it can be bad. Keep your memories covering -- coming and

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will get through some more this week.

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It's been said that every painting has a story,

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but now a new tale has emerged about one of the great

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The famous British artist painted 'Salisbury Cathedral

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The huge canvas is notable for its dramatic rainbow,

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but experts now believe it was added later as a tribute to a great friend

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Jo Kent takes up the painting's story.

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It's considered one of the greatest masterpieces of British art.

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It's long been suspected its famous rainbow may have

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We know it was first exhibited in 1831, but in the descriptions of it

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at that time there is no reference to a rainbow which is quite

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surprising considering it is the one thing that immediately comes to mind

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today. It's probably the most striking feature, isn't it? Yes and

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it adds an extra layer of personal meaning.

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Likewise, the lighting and cloud formations,

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Now, following years of research, there's an explanation.

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A rainbow is a bit like a clock. We've been able to date the rainbow

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to the day his best friend died. Not only is the rainbow equivalent to

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that day, but also the end of the rainbow Falls on to John Fisher's

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house. The rainbow is such a symbol of hope, it's a universally

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understood symbol and I think it was something very beautiful to honour

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his friend. It can't be far from here from the spot that he first sat

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to make his first sketches for the old and suggested he may have done

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that in the company of his great friend, Archdeacon John Fisher.

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In the bottom right of the sketch, a man is shown walking his dog.

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There's speculation this is John Fisher who Constable came

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The painting came about because of encouragement from his friend which

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we have documented in their letters. It completes the circle, doesn't it?

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It starts with the idea of John Fisher and it comes back to him with

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the addition of rainbow. A treasure -- treasured friendships

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immortalised. I love the good story behind the

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painting. We've all done - struggled

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to notice something that's And that's the same for film maker

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Nick Stringer from Chichester. Nick has filmed all over the world -

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no location was too exotic. But he then eventually decided

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it was time to turn his camera on the landscape on his own doorstep

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- the South Downs. It's been cherished for generations

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but as a new national park, Nick's documentary for BBC4

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was a chance to surprise He joined me on the sofa

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earlier but first, The male trees also produce pollen

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to fertilise the female yews in the Once a year, over just a few days

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they release their pollen And Kingly Vale wraps

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in clouds of yellow smoke. -- it wraps in clouds of yellow

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smoke. What surprised you

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about South Downs. Woodland and virtually

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every single species of bat in the UK, Adams

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and very rare butterflies. The Adonis blue, it's one

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of the rarest butterflies So, you know, for me

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it was an absolute treat to be able to make this film

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and I'm still finding out more. trees we saw, how long did that take

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to get because timing for that must Yes, I confess I didn't do

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the hard work, but I did witness it and I was

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there on the day, much to the annoyance

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of the cameraman who had been

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waiting several days. We know it happens within a two

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or three week window and I happened to know turn up

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on the day it happened and it is It's extraordinary

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that 200 years ago William Blake was inspired

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by what we've seen here and yet we're still finding out new things

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and it is still true today, isn't it,

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of the South Downs? That moment that he had,

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he looked up towards what's called the Trundle

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and he was inspired to write the words for

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There is something about the Downs that is uplifting.

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You sort of get above the world and you're away from it all.

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Yet it doesn't seem to have that, what I

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might call geographical neatness of other national park.

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And that was a real challenge with the storytelling.

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the USP for the South Downs National Park is that we have an unbroken

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human history that goes back right to the Neolithic times and I think

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And you have travelled the world and we've spoken years ago on this

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programme about dolphins and the babies you filmed.

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I have to say it ranks higher than virtually

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This is the only film I've made in the UK in

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its entirety so, for me, it was just a treat, a personal voyage

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Great to see you again and lovely film.

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We could see wind gusts in northern parts of Oxford and Buckinghamshire.

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Blustery winds elsewhere so we could see some fallen trees. Many of you

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have been out and about. It has been gloomy today. This was the scene on

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the Isle of Wight this morning with Hill missed in the distance. But

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better in Henley-on-Thames this afternoon. So we did see some

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sunshine. We will see patchy rain in places tonight with dry interludes.

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The odd moderate to heavy burst is a possibility ahead of the main band

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of rain expected to arrive tomorrow morning which could be heavy in the

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rush. Staying mild tomorrow. Tomorrow morning the wind will

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strengthen to gale force and severe gales expected for northern parts of

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the reason -- region so a Met Office wind warning for the whole of the

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South. For Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire we may have an amber

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wind warning with potential gusts to 70 or 80 mph. The wind will

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strengthen from the south-west and showers will follow. But some

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sunshine, especially on the south coast tomorrow afternoon. Wind gusts

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up to 70 mph widely all northern parts of the reason but maybe up to

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80 mph. -- parts of the region. Tomorrow evening the wind will ease

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and then we will see clearing skies with the rain clearing as well and

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temperatures will fall away. Possibly a touch of frost in the

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countryside on Friday morning. These are temperatures in towns and

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cities. Friday is a much quieter day with brighter spells and staying

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mainly dry. The odd isolated shower is a possibility. A ridge of high

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pressure is building in. Through Friday and into Saturday it stays

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mainly dry and Saturday itself should be mainly dry and a lot

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milder than Friday. The Aber wind warning for northern parts of

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Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire tomorrow. Decent amounts of sunshine

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on Friday which is a complete contrast to storm Doris which is

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expected to arrive tomorrow. A lot going on so take care. We will

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have more news for you tonight. We will be back tomorrow at half past

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six. Thanks for watching. Good night.

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Good job, guys. We totally nailed it.

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This year, fundraising kits are going to be sent through the post.

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