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Stopping people with mental health problems ending up

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We have exclusive access to the teams who try to get

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Also: The growing number of apprentices in the NHS

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and what it could mean for you as a patient.

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How arsenic may have played a part in her poor eyesight.

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BBC South has been given exclusive access to some of the teams

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who are trying to stop people with mental health problems

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Across the South there's been a big fall in the number ending

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up in police cells - down by more than 800 in two years.

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But there's been an increase in mentally ill people being taken

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to casualty and mental health units - up by more than 800

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Our home affairs correspondent Peter Cooke reports.

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Side-by-side on the front line, Reading's street triage team links

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up a mental health worker and police officer who attend emergency

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The team advise those in need about finding suitable care and help

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them avoid being taken into custody or hospital.

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This man called 999, saying he was depressed

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Yeah, it does, but the thing is, when it goes away,

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it is still here with me, you know, the mental

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Nobody knows what I'm going through, basically.

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The scheme will soon be operating seven days a week.

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It means that we can do some reviewing in advance

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We get some instant updates on the background of people and it

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I am hoping that this is something that is going to be seen

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as a beneficial service across the whole country

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because it will definitely make a big difference,

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as it has made a difference in this area.

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A team of mental health experts are on hand

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at the Royal Berkshire Hospital to support them.

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Everyone is now conscious that we need to work as a team.

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Most people's problems cannot be solved by a single service,

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The team operate 24 hours a day to deal with the ever-increasing

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The cost of burying a dead child in Oxford has been abolished

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Parents used to be charged ?340 if they lost a child

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A small number of councils across the country,

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including South Oxfordshire, had already dropped the fees.

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A man's been left with back and knee injuries after being

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It happened near Serpentine Court in the Water Eaton area.

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The 26-year-old man was stabbed several times after a fight broke

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out between a group of people on Saturday afternoon.

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An investigation's started into a major oil spill

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The spill has affected almost two miles of the river.

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Booms have been put in the water near Grazeley to stop

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The number of apprentices at the John Radcliffe Hospital

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in Oxford has doubled in the past year.

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The health trust says it's now taking on even more to improve

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patient care and tackle the long-term problem of recruiting

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17-year-old Olivia has been working at the John Radcliffe Hospital

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She is one of almost 30 apprentices here who have taken the decision

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At the beginning it was quite scary because you don't really know

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anyone, everyone is quite a lot older as well.

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And not a lot of people know what an apprenticeship is.

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But as they have kind of got to know what I can do,

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you do start to feel part of the team.

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Clinical apprentice numbers here have doubled in the last year

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and Oxford University Hospitals Trust plan to appoint

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At the moment we have got about 13 clinical apprentices and 13 business

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administration apprentices, and a couple of

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But actually, we've had a lot more than that actually move

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on to permanent positions or leave to go to university.

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So, for a lot of them, it is a real stepping stone into the NHS.

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In yesterday's Budget, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond,

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pledged an extra ?425 million to the NHS in England

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Money for plans to improve local services, but critics say

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this is just a cloak to disguise forthcoming cuts.

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So, as people continue to fight for their NHS,

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is using cheaper apprentices a quick fix to a bigger problem

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I do actually want to be a nurse when I'm older,

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so I'm going to go down and keep pursuing it.

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So I'm not just going to leave it and go and do something else.

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Earlier I spoke to Laura Roberts, who's the managing director

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of Health Education England - an independent group which sets out

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to improve the quality of healthcare through better training.

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I asked her who's signing up to be an apprentice in the NHS.

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It is a huge variety of people who are signing up at the moment.

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We have school leavers, as you say, people particularly

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We have apprentices in their 30s, 40s and 50s.

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We also, within the NHS, have about...

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Over 70% of our apprentices are women.

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It is not just about school leavers, it is not just about kind

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of traditional manual work, and it is not just for boys.

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What about the view that there is a danger of using apprentices

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to plug staff shortages, even though they are inexperienced

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Oh, I think that has changed quite considerably, really.

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The NHS is really keen to almost set the benchmark for high

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We produced over 19,000 apprenticeship starts last year

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and over 90% of those people carried on working in the NHS at the end

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of their apprenticeship, which I think is evidence

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that they both received good quality training and there was a real job

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From a patient's perspective, in terms of clinical apprentices,

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how much responsibility are they given in terms

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Oh, they will be very strictly supervised for those apprentices

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So they would be ones that are working in, say,

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rehabilitation or on the wards and there will always be registered

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But apprentices are about way more than just the direct patient care,

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we have them in all fields, in admin, in finance,

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We have them in gardening, plumbing, electricians.

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A marble flowerpot, used in the grounds of Blenheim Palace,

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has turned out to be a Roman stone coffin, dating back

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The container was discovered by chance when an antiques expert

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visited the stately home in West Oxfordshire.

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Could this be the most expensive flowerpot in the country?

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For many years it was tucked away in the grounds of Blenheim Palace,

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but an expert spotted its historic significance - it dates

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It's always a lovely surprise to find something like that.

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In a place this size, we have so many beautiful artefacts

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but it is always surprising to find something you didn't know special

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is actually really special, something that you have seen every

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day but you did not realise what it was.

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It has been valued at ?300,000, but it will not be

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It is one of the many treasures of Blenheim Palace.

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It was brought here in the early 1800s, you know, why

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Visitors to Blenheim can see the sarcophagus but it's not kept

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It is inside, given the respect it deserves.

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A Harry Potter-inspired sport's tournament is taking place

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this weekend, involving a team from Oxford.

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Quidditch is one of the fastest-growing

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Jonathan Eden has been finding out more.

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From the pages of Harry Potter to the fields of Oxford University

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parks, Quidditch is fast becoming the most progressive competitive

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So it was made about 11, 12 years ago now in America and it

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came to the UK a bit later, but it was some people who had

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read the books and went, "This would be really cool to try."

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So they made it and then obviously, being on the ground,

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you have to change some of the rules, but there are things

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that are still in the books - both genders playing,

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same number of people on the pitch, the same sort of aims,

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but it has just become a sport in its own right.

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There is basically a new rule book out every year trying to refine

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the aspects to make it a better spot.

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Each team consists of seven players: A Keeper, three Chasers,

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My job is to prevent Hoops and I like it because it involves

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less running than a Chaser and I can use my height to intercept.

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I'm a Seeker, we come on 80 minutes into the game and the job for us

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The Snitch is worth 30 points and when we catch it,

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it ends the game, so it is quite make or break.

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I'm a Chaser and I play with a Quaffle, and my role

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is to throw the Quaffle into the Hoop.

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This weekend will see the annual Quidditch Cup with over 30 teams

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The team from Oxford University Quidditch Club,

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the Oxford Quiddlings, will be battling with clubs

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from Reading and Southampton for the top prize.

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I'll have the headlines at 8pm and a full bulletin at 10.30pm.

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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Hampshire and Sussex border. It happens at Row gate just east of

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Petersfield. Stay with us to find out

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about the power behind the Wessex Warriors as the team

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explains a new style There are calls for the resignation

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of Surrey County Council leader David Hodge tonight after further

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twists in the "sweetheart Letters released last night revealed

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the fury of some MPs who thought the county had been promised

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40 million pounds of extra cash. The documents obtained after a BBC

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Freedom of Information request detail extensive negotiations

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to allow the County Council to be the first in the country to keep

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all of their business rates. But in Parliament today

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the Local Government Secretary answered Labour questions by saying

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no deal was done. The BBC has now published a letter

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from DCLG officials showing they did in fact offer Surrey more cash

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in a unique deal. Did the Secretary of State

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know about that letter Surrey approached the department,

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as do many other councils before a financial settlement asking

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for more money and they made a request being considered

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for business rates retention plan There's been a rise in the number

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of babies and very young children At Southampton General

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there are currently five children under the age of five

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who are waiting for transplants, Many will need regular dialysis

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while they wait for surgery. Our health correspondent,

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David Fenton reports from inside the special unit that

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helps keep them alive. Suleman spends three hours a day

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three times a week on a dialysis machine. He was given just a 1%

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chance of survival as a baby, but he If he didn't have this piece

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of equipment here, I don't know, we would really be struggling

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with him, so we are very fortunate he has responded

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well to this treatment. The team here sees many children

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with serious kidney problems. Within 48 hours he was sitting up

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and eating and his denial and since then has been astonishing.

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Day-to-day, you wouldn't know to look at him.

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But the number of patients under the age of four is growing,

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The number under the age of four is increasing

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because we are diagnosing them better, looking after them better.

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Babies and toddlers can take a full adult kidney and thrive if they can

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find a donor. Sometimes that is the hardest part.

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Growing up in Hampshire, he was constantly bullied

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Later, when Daniel Gray was training to be a teacher, he was advised

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to hide his homosexuality being told it would give his students

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But now the 32-year-old secondary school teacher is hoping to become

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the positive role model he never had.

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He told our reporter Nikki Mitchell about his nerve-wracking decision

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This assembly hall was packed with students having their daily

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assembly. On the big screen was a video of me talking about LGBT

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history month and I came out to my students. The build up was

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nerve-racking, it was tense. As a gay man, I know how important it is

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to grow up with positive role models who support you, understand you and

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help you see it gets better. We have set up the culture club... There

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were shrugs and smiles and a couple of mouths fell open the generally

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the reaction was muted, only after the assembly did the reaction

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becomes stronger and more positive. I was relieved it went so well. I

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sat in the assembly going, oh, my God. He has come out, what is the

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reaction going to be? We are the most accepting generation, people

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are fine. I was shocked at first but not in a way, oh my God, she is gay

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but he came out and in confidence and I thought it was quite

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fantastic. Everyone talked about it but everyone reacted positively. It

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is a good feeling to know someone else is different and they are OK.

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Because I had such a horrendous experience at school, it has been

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important to me to come out to the students because I think I want to

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be the role model that I never had. My secondary school experience in

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Basingstoke I was bullied everyday for being gay, I did not know I was

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and they called me names and push me around in corridors. I was upset

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every day going home. The schools did not know how to deal with it but

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now the schools know how to deal with it. Our job as teachers is not

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just back curriculum but about building young people into

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competent, strong and individuals and that is why I have done it and I

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hope other teachers will see what a positive impact it can have. He is a

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role model. How popular is live music

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and is there still an appetite Today there's a big effort under way

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to try to check up on the health Southampton is playing a major role

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and our reporter Chrissy Sturt has been sampling what

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the city has to offer. With these incredible vocals, it is

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no surprise this student band loves going to gigs in Southampton. It is

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a vibrant, it is always happening, there was always something going on.

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The engine rooms by the docks so I knew Southampton would be a great

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place to study music. But they need help, if it was cheaper to hire

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venues, this band could perform even more. That is the kind of

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information the survey is after, who is listening to live music and why?

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We have a team of students from Solent going out to survey the live

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music scene looking at several venues and they are collecting data

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from the venues so we can get an accurate data picture of what goes

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on in the live music scene in Southampton.

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Let's go live to Chrissy now at The Engine Rooms in Southampton,

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where they're preparing to hold a live music event this evening.

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600 students have bought tickets to be here tonight in the engine rooms,

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great atmosphere, they have come to see a band. Georgia, you are a

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student questioning people, what do you want to achieve with a census?

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The most important thing about the live music census is to raise

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awareness nationwide of how important these venues are. Are they

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facing threats? Yeah, there are a lot of things challenging small

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venues, the rise in business rates, exchange rates decreasing because of

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Brexit so it is a worrying time. And you want to see them survived? Yeah,

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it is integral to the music scene to have small venues because without a

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small stage artists can develop that sounds to play at larger arenas. And

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also promoters need to start somewhere small. Thank you so much.

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The Wessex Warriors are one of the newer Powerchair football

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Formed 18 months ago they're already making a big impact.

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They were named the Dorset FA's outstanding club of the year

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recently for the opportunities they're providing to disabled

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I went along to meet the players and have a go myself.

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They are warriors with heart on the pitch, the Wessex team spans all

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ages and disabilities. We tried to take out disability because that as

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it is turning up and playing and throughout the community there are

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so many examples of this throughout all disabilities. Many youngsters

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grow up dreaming of playing football. Power chair football has

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been a life changer for those like Adam. It is a sport I would not be

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able to do but now I can. I can make new friends and play. Lovely touch.

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As you can see, I am still getting to grips with using a chair, it

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takes skill and touch and precision, a tiny movement and you can be often

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away on the left wing. Each chair costs ?7,000 to buy. The funds are

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raised through a variety of sources and with every chair is a new

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player. Here we go. Goal! Not everyone can control the chair with

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their hands. Keith Harris uses his tongue. I became disabled after

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contracting an adult strain of flu. I cannot use my limbs. As a

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consultant said, the best muscle in the body is the tongue. You need

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many skills, including driving the chair. They are sensitive to drive.

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They are hard to drive and it is the first skill and then you think about

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the positioning and space and knowing where your team mates are.

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For those volunteers the reward is remarkable. I love it. I love to see

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them smile and have the opportunity that they would not have and one of

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the mums said recently she never thought she would have her sons

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football shirt on the washing line and that, to me, just says it all. A

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lovely group of people and get along and support them if you can.

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The women's lacrosse players... Estate is schools tournament Aogo 20

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nations will compete at the event taking place in July for ten days

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and starts on the 12th. But one of the UK's greatest authors

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would have had trouble reading and writing towards the end

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of her life because she may Spectacles belonging

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to the Hampshire writer Jane Austen have only just been

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tested by optometrists. And thrown up some surprising

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results that cast new light Ben Moore has taken an exclusive

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look at the evidence. She may have been one

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of history's greatest writers, but for Jane Austin,

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just reading her novels would have Her spectacles have been

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at the British library in her writing desk for 20 years,

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but only now can they bring Back in the early 19th century,

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there were prescription similar to what we have today,

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so what we did was have somebody bring in a portable lens meter

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so that we could very, The first pair of glasses

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have a low prescription. Her second pair show her vision

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deteriorated before the final pair showed she lived

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in a very blurry world. This could explain why

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she died so young. The possibility of her being

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poisoned accidentally We know that arsenic can cause

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cataracts now and arsenic was often put into medication for other

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illnesses, like rheumatism. The spectacles are 200 years old and

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made from natural materials like tortoiseshell and glass but one

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thing we don't know is whether they were specifically prescribed for

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Jane Austen or whether she just bought them from a travelling

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salesman, the same way we do when buying reading glasses off the

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shelf. Luckily, using modern optometry we can see just what Jane

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Austin's eyesight was like. That is plus one. Quite blurred. But you can

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cope. This is plus three. Yeah, that is pretty blurred. Getting

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difficult. That is 475. I cannot see your face. I can only see my hand.

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So, one of the worlds greatest novelists would have had trouble

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reading and writing. She would have noticed the difference when the

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light was poor and overtime as she aged it would be have been more

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important to have a stronger prescription because your eyes need

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more help for reading as you age. The British library 12 in

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optometrists to offer opinions. A red chance to see things through the

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eyes of one of Britain's best love authors -- a red chance. A great

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story. I had no idea! I got my bit in defects but it will be cloudy. --

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vitamin de fix. Christopher David took this picture

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of the morning sunshine This lovely picture

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of Abingdon was taken Lovely conditions and allowing

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temperatures to rise to 16 Celsius. In some areas at Heathrow it was

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16.9. Overnight, we expect clear skies saved Chile at first, three

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Celsius but the arrival of the cloud mean temperatures will start to

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rise. -- chilly at first. Temperatures tonight by dawn will be

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down to six or nine Celsius. A cloudy day tomorrow, spots of rain

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in the morning and a fair amount of mist and fog on the coast and for

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the Isle of Wight. Some brighter spells developing for western areas

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and temperatures up into double figures, not as high as today. Ten

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to 11 Celsius. By the cloud and mist and fog tomorrow night, a good deal

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of cloud to start the weekend. It may be dense on Saturday morning and

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temperatures falling away to eight or nine Celsius. A good deal of

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cloud over the weekend, Saturday is the better day for dryness, they

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weather front moves in on Sunday but Saturday sees brighter spells in the

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afternoon further east slighty more cloud arriving later on with the

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arrival of a weather front by Sunday morning. That weather front pushes

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in, still uncertainty as to when we have the rain but some outbreaks of

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rain in the course of the day. Dry weather over the next few days,

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cloud, brightness tomorrow afternoon, and some mist and fog

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possible on Saturday, again, through the course of the day, brighter

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spells developing in the afternoon and some rain at times but next week

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it will turn more settled because high pressure will start building.

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Despite the cloud, send us your pictures. Does that mean next week

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is spring? Not officially but possibly. I pressure will develop.

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There'll be a news summary at 8pm and we'll be back at 10:30pm.

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Oh, the dragon. Dylan Thomas.

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Richard Burton. Barry Island.

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The River Shannon. We invented the submarine.

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with a spectacular Friday night encounter...

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