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plans for children as young as four to be taught about

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The vulnerable brothers in Oxfordshire

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sexually and physically abused by the man

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There are now questions over how they were placed in his care.

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Stupid. I know I shouldn't have for people caught using a mobile

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Stupid. I know I shouldn't have texted.

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Plus: up close with their sporting heros.

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The students in Oxford playing host to the England rugby team.

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The school has been incredibly welcoming for us. I think they

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enjoyed having the England team training.

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And later on: the made-to-measure mini Rolls Royce putting

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a smile on the faces of some poorly children.

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First tonight: An opportunity was missed to protect two

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vulnerable brothers who were seriously sexually

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That's according to this report, published today,

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which concluded suspicious bruising on the children should have led

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The children's carer, identified as Mr K,

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has since been convicted of raping one of them.

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The parents of the boys were unable to look after them so they were

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placed into the care of Mr K and Ms L under what's known

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That's because Ms L is distantly related to the boys'

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Now the boys both had special needs and neither Mr K nor

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The boys lived with the couple for a year until March

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2015, but during that year Mr K physically

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He was caught, arrested and charged and found guilty of rape.

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He was sentenced to a long prison sentence.

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Now, the report has found that there was no way anyone could

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have known in advance that Mr K was going to be abusive.

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There were opportunities to spot and stop the

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At one point, one of the boys were spotted with bruises

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on his face, but they were explained away as being related to his

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The report also says that the desire for the placement to be

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successful inappropriately affected the child protection processes.

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But under the framework that was in place under

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everything was done as it should have been.

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The two key areas that we need to focus on are improving our work with

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children with disabilities and ensuring that there is a recognition

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that they may be a greater risk from safeguarding perspective and

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understanding how forensically to test that.

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The second, I think, is to ensure that we have robust

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arrangements in place to assess those people who come forward to

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At the same time as this review was taking place, the

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government was also tightening the rules

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Now the two boys in this case are now

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with new carers, and are said to be recovering well.

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People who use hand-held mobiles while driving are facing tougher

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penalties in England, Wales and Scotland from today.

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Those who are caught, will get six points

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In Abingdon this morning, Thames Valley Police

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were out stopping drivers still ignoring the warnings.

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Using a mobile phone while driving can cost lives.

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Undercover and in plain sight, nobody flouting the law

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This woman was caught texting in slow-moving traffic.

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Because I know I shouldn't have done but I texted that

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Because the traffic a nightmare all the way through.

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The new rules mean that anyone caught using their mobile phone

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behind the wheel now get a ?200 fine and six point on the licence.

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New drivers get their licence revoked.

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Eleven people were stopped during this morning's operation.

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This 19-year-old told me why he was using his

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I was just trying to find a garage to get my tyre changed

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I didn't know the law was changing but he just informed me it is.

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There have been several high-profile crashes involving drivers

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Thomash Crowcer was jailed for ten years after his actions led

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to the death of a mother and three children.

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And earlier this week, BBC's Inside Out broadcast

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the moment a driver who killed a man in a head-on crash met his

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I'll never forget it, ever, and I can never say sorry enough.

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But every time I say sorry I'm thinking it's bit cheap.

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It's just not good enough but I am...

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Thames Valley Police said it would continue to hold sting

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operations to crack down on the problem.

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The fact that we've caught 11 motorists today in just

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People need to get the message, do not use your mobile

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Switch it off, put it in the glove box, put it in the boot.

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From next Wednesday, drivers using their phones

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in the Thames Valley region will no longer be offered a course

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as an alternative to a fixed penalty notice.

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They hope it will encourage people to send their texts, outside,

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An RAF pilot has been cleared at a court martial

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of lying to investigators, after the military passenger jet

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he was flying from Brize Norton went into a nose dive.

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Flight Lieutenant Andrew Townsend had been accused of lying

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in a technical log and service inquiry, when he initially claimed

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the incident had been caused by a technical fault.

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At a hearing in Wiltshire, he's been cleared of two counts

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of perjury and one count of making a false record.

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Thames Valley Police is hoping to recruit 200 new officers -

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as part of their latest recruitment drive.

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Candidates must have two A-level grades, A to E,

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The Force says it's lowered the requirement from two

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higher grade A-levels, following recent proposals

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It's also encouraging applicants from minority backgrounds,

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Now, it was last Autumn when a 37 tonne lorry got stuck trying

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The driver had ignored a three tonne weight limit,

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causing serious damage to the crossing, months of delays

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to drivers and hundreds of thousands of pounds of lost trade

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Now, a six week campaign has started, checking vehicles aren't

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But it is causing some conclusion. -- some confusion.

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Van after van, car after car, being turned around at Marlow Bridge

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this morning for exceeding the three tonne weight limit.

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In the last half an hour there have been 13.

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It's part of a police operation after a 37 tonne lorry got

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stuck trying to cross the bridge in September.

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The resulting damage and testing meant the bridge

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While some drivers intending to cross Marlow Bridge Today

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were blatantly in excess of the 3 tonne limit, many car drivers

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were adamant they weren't breaking the rules.

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Many were confused abut the maximum gross weight of their vehicles -

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that's the capacity of their vehicle full of people and fuel.

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This car could be if it was full of passengers

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but I know that it's not overweight at the moment and I know it's not

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oversized at the moment so I figured I wasn't breaking the law..."

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"Hello i'm atraid you're too heavy to go over the bridge....erm well

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I looked up the weight of my car and and it's under three tonnes.

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Do you mind turning here and we''ll clarify that but I believe an x5

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I've got a BMW and I think it is max.

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Last autumn's bridge closure cost businesses

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And the rerouted traffic caused long tailbacks on the A404 affecting

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very old and the idea of the weight limit is try and reduced

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the amount of maintenance and regular wear and tear.

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What this operation is about is stopping the overweight

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vehicles so we do keep the wear and tear down and that reduces

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For the next 6 weeks police will be stopping overweight vehicles

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from crossing marlow bridge - in future, drivers who ignore

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the limit will have to pay a fifty-pound fine.

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Oxford Bus Company is warning passengers to expect disruption

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to services because of strike action in the coming days.

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It's been unable to reach a deal with the Unite union

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in a disagreement over pay during Christmas last year.

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Strikes are scheduled tomrroow and next Monday.

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It's as the company has seen a drop in passenger numbers,

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which it's blaming on redevelopment of the Westgate Shopping Centre.

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We're really disappointed and we do apologise to our customers

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that their days are going to be inconvenienced on

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We do hope that a resolution can be found and we wish to enter

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meaningful discussions with Unite to try and bring this dispute

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If you live in central or North Oxford you may bump

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into some of England's rugby stars this week.

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The squad are staying in the city for a training camp.

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Eddie Jones's men are currently top of the Six Nations table but don't

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England's finest being put through their paces this morning.

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The squad will be staying and training in Oxford this week.

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Their home away from home, the Randolph Hotel and

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It's brilliant that they've come back to Teddy's.

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And wonderful for us that they are out there

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on our fields, training, using our facilities and so on.

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A close encounter causing much excitement for the pupils.

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They are achieving their goals by training really hard,

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it shows to students at our school that they can in fact

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achieve their goals and use them in their sporting endeavours.

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It's created a massive buzz around the school when you have your role

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models and idols training down the pitches near us,

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it's amazing to see just how hard they train and what they do

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So what have the visitors made of the city so far?

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It's a brilliant place to come and train.

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We're staying here in the centre of the city, the school have been

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As you see in training this morning, I think they enjoyed having

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the England team training there as well.

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So what to expect to get out of the week?

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We expect a great week's training, intense preparation as we get ready

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But despite the sights on offer, it's very much

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That's the only thing we are really concentrating on now,

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we know what happened before and last week but it has worked well

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for us so far in this Six Nations and in the tours before.

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Our focus is what comes up in front of us.

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Our training weeks are getting better, we are getting more

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physical and quicker, the boys are getting better for it.

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It's only a matter of time before we do get on that pitch

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and everything is flying at the same time.

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England is the only team left that could win the Grand Slam.

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Next up, Scotland on the 11th of March.

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Oxford United are 90 minutes away from Wembley,

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They're away to Luton tonight in the semi-final of the EFL Trophy.

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Last year more that 30,000 Oxford fans

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saw their team lose in the final of the same competition.

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Tonight's game is live on BBC Radio Oxford from 7pm.

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I'm back again with headlines at 8pm and another bulletin at 10.30pm.

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Sally Taylor is next with the rest of today's news stories.

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says it's committed to supporting the academy

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Later, concern for a charity helping amputees -

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and why useful equipment may have to be dumped.

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The train drivers' union ASLEF has resumed talks

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They're discussing the ongoing dispute over

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A previous deal between union bosses and the rail company was rejected

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Yesterday, the conductors union - the RMT - announced it

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will stage another 24-hour walkout next month.

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Now for some good news about a story we've been following.

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When May Brown from Weymouth was diagnosed with Leukaemia

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she explored all avenues to find a stem cell donor who

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It seemed hopeless, until she found out her sister was a match.

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But then her sister - Martha - was refused permission to travel

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A petition signed by 60,000 people helped to get the decision

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reversed and tonight we can tell you that the procedure has taken

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Our reporter James Ingham is with the sisters in Weymouth.

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The stem cell transplant has taken place and a couple weeks later it

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seems to be a success. May, how you feeling? I'm feeling great. I feel

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really fine from the last time I was very ill. How do you feel about

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which assisted that view? -- about what your sister did for you? What

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can you say to somebody who saved your life? I'm feeling very happy I

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was able to help save my sister 's life and that it is accomplished.

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This nearly didn't happen when the Home Office said your sister

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couldn't travel to the UK. Had did that make you feel at the time? I

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felt very upset that they couldn't better in the UK. This is somebody

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who could help save my life. This was your only chance really. Yes,

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the doctor said if I did not have that stem cell I would not see

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Christmas, I would die. So I felt really upset and scared at the same

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time. Then there was a campaign to try to get the decision reversed.

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60,000 people signed it. I felt overwhelmed and grateful that people

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could actually come out, members of the public, and show so much love to

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somebody had not met and signed a position to help save my life. We

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wish you well for your continued company and master after you return

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home to Nigeria. -- Martha, for your return home to Nigeria.

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A charity which supports amputees by recycling walking aids

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and prosthetic limbs is facing closure - after losing

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Limbcare, which is based in Camberley - sends

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the old items around the world, helping those in need

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But it fears if it doesn't find somewhere else to keep the items -

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I became a quad amputee in 1987 at the age of 32.

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I thought there's no charity that really does what I need

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to do to get help and support for myself and the family.

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Ray Edwards is the UK's longest surviving quadruple amputee.

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He has met the Queen, Princess Anne and endured

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the struggle of learning to walk again, but now Ray has

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These were in our old storage which we had to get out of.

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If we didn't have this space, this type of item or all these items

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Limbcare gets calls every week from right around the country

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offering mobility aids and even whilst we were filming,

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volunteer Tony arrived with more wheelchairs.

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But storage is not the only problem facing the chairty,

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Not only have they been told they have to give up their storage

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facility they've been told they have to move from their Head office too.

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Unfortunately the landlord has decided to sell the property

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which of course was lovely free of charge offices.

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Not only do we need storage for storing the stuff,

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Many of the wheelchairs and mobility scooters

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are repaired and re distributed through the charitys

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Down the road in Farnborugh we meet Kenneth.

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His mobility scooter was saved from being dumped,

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I love going out in the sun to Aldershot and back again.

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As the donations keep on coming its getting

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It's hoped more storage and a new home for limbacre will be

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found soon so the charity can keep on moving.

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And now the sport with Lewis Coombes.

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It was a night of what could have been for Brighton. Newcastle and

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Brighton head-to-head in the chance for Brighton to lay a marker down

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and try to win the title and get promotion.

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For the winners, it was billed as 'a huge step towards promotion' -

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for the losers a case of opportunity missed.

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Brighton went in to their top-of-the table clash with Newcastle knowing

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victory would take them nine points clear of third in the race

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They ended the night looking over their shoulder.

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The Championship's best home record against its best away performer.

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Two titans of this year's title race both aiming for top spot.

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Ciarran Clark judged to have hauled Glenn Murray to the floor early on.

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Murray himself tuned in - to make the Toon pay.

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The most critical penalty of the season so far. The keeper could do

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little about a freaky equaliser with nine minutes to go.

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Mo Diame's heel...knew little about its decisive touch.

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As comical, as it was pivitol....You'd laugh if the goal

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Now fuelled by momentum...Subsitute Perez punished Albion further

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...Leaving the Geordies to laud it at the top of the Championship.

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Brighton now have the Terriers of Huddersfield biting at their heels.

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Only six points behind with a game in hand.

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It was good in the first half but then Newcastle really came back in

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the second half. Disappointed. Can you say? Where do they go from here?

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They keep their confidence and keep on and go for it and they can do

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foot. -- they can do it. Elsewhere in the Football League,

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Swindon's second win on the bounce helped

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their fight against relegation. After falling behind,

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three second-half goals, including this from Jon Obika -

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moved the Robins to MK Dons twice let the lead

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slip away at Bradford. Goals from Stuart O'Keefe

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and George William's miss-hit cross While in League Two,

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Portsmouth's promotion charge Kal Naismith's 6th of the season

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deservedly put Pompey in front, only for former Southampton defender

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Lee Molyneux to level Good luck tonight to Oxford

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who play at Luton in the Chekatrade Trophy Semi Final -

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the U's one win away from Wembley. Kick off at 1945, commenatry

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on BBC Radio Oxford. Bournemouth's Polish

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goalkeeper Artur Boruc has announced his retirement

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from international football. The 37-year-old said in a statement

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the time is right to concentrate Sussex cricketers Tymal Mills

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and Luke Wright have pulled out of the Pakistan Super League final

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in Lahore, citing safety fears. The pair had helped

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'Quetta Gladiators' reach the final with all previous rounds held

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in the United Arab Emirates. But with the final itself

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being held in Pakistan, both announced on social media

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they felt with a high threat of terrorism it

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"was not worth the risk". A difficult decision on that one.

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Newcastle play Huddersfield max. They are inferred soulfully another

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chance to get the top that league. -- they are stirred so hopefully

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another chance to get to the top of that league. -- third.

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Young patients at St Richard's hospital in West Sussex have been

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The team at Rolls-Royce have built an electric car for children

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to drive between the ward and the operating theatre.

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Nurses and parents say it'll help make hospital

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Eight-year-old Molly was a way around the theatre. Now she will

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travel to the theatre and stealth. I feel rich when I drive it and I feel

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really good. This car will give children a lot

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more than what they come here. This car at five and a half foot long is

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the smallest Rolls-Royce in the world and the detail that has gone

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into the design means it is far from being a toy. The laser cut and

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engraved in-house badge is on the front and a miniature Rolls-Royce

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numberplate on the fact. The car was custom-built to give children the

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paediatric wards are left. For this seminal boy it does more. How do you

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feel when you drive this car? Happy. -- seven-year-old boy. The nurses

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are pleased it does not have horn but are pleased it is a distraction.

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The excitement when they come can override their fear of coming into

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hospital. The car is already making hospital visits into memories. Who

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else keeps a roller for a runaround? Dear Rolls-Royce. My journey home

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would be much less daunting if I had a nice electric Rolls-Royce. Do you

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think I'll get it? Onto the weather. Alexis, I don't like it. We have a

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good day in store for you tomorrow. This the first day of meteorological

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spring but in the astronomical characters calendar it falls on the

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20th of March. -- calendar. Also a very sunny picture in Lymington in

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Hampshire. But a good deal of cloud across much of the region and this

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was the scene in Berkshire. Through the course of the night we are

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expecting a few clear spells in one of two showers. The main feature

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tonight is the winds. All the higher ground and the coastal could have

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some deals. Gusts of 40 mph and across the south coast of the Isle

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of Wight of 50 mph. A chance of a few showers and temperatures tonight

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will fall waited three Celsius to five Celsius. -- will fall away.

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Through the course of the morning we will see some lovely sunny

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conditions. Slightly more cloud the further north you are here. We may

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have the odd shower. Showers are likely almost anywhere tomorrow. The

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winds will ease throughout the afternoon. A high tomorrow of 9

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degrees to 11 degrees tomorrow. It will be very springlike conditions

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tomorrow afternoon. Tomorrow night we will have increasing cloud ahead

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of the arrival of a band of rain moving up the south. This will

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become quite torrential during the early hours of Friday morning.

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Temperatures falling awake to around 4 degrees to seven Celsius. The

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winds will be fairly light saw this band of rain will be slow to clear

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northwards through Friday morning. We hope it will clear mid to late

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morning in most places but falling it will be a few showers. They will

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be fairly scattered. Outbreaks of light and patchy rain in the early

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afternoon. Low pressure is not far away. That weather will clear during

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Friday into the evening. The weekend looks fairly dry during Saturday but

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chance of rain showers on Sunday. Tomorrow is a lovely sunny day.

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Enjoy the sunshine because through Friday global of rain in the

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morning. The breeze coming in from the south. A breezy day on Saturday

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that should be mainly dry during daylight hours. The chance of the

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odd shower here and there. On Sunday we are looking at a mixture of sunny

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spells and scattered showers. We all have the car. -- coughed.

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Jane Austen: this year marks 200 years since the author's death

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and tomorrow we will be live at the Jane Austen House

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