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Also: Robbed at gunpoint on a bus in Brazil -

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the woman from Swindon who'd gone there seeking treatment for MS.

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The guns came out of the car and they started shooting into the air.

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The dog due sold for meat in Asia - now being trained to sniff out

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And later on: Coming home to recover ...The toddler

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who went to America to have treatment for his brain tumour.

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A post mortem examination into the death of a five-year-old

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boy in Faringdon has revealed he was stabbed in the chest.

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His body was found in a cottage in the town centre on Tuesday.

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A woman arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder has

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This death has shocked people in Faringdon.

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As word spread about what happened to the young boy on Tuesday,

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more and more flowers, cards and toys arrived outside

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We now know that the boy was stabbed to death.

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A post mortem shows he was stabbed more than once in the chest.

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Today, police said they're continuing to investigate

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They are treating it as a murder investigation.

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Thames Valley Police said the victim has not yet been formally identified

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A statement read: "You will appreciate that this is a difficult

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time for his family and we continue to work with them and offer support

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Officers have contacted local residents asking to speak

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A 40-year-old woman who was arrested on suspicion of murder on Tuesday

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has been released on bail until April 12th.

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A custody officer has been left with serious head injuries

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after being attacked at Oakhill secure training centre

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have been arrested on suspicion of assault.

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The officer, who's 21, was airlifted to hospital in Oxford

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Earlier this month, an Ofsted report said Oakhill was inadequate when it

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The NSPCC is condemning the release of a Dutch man who was jailed last

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year for raping a 12-year-old girl in Milton Keynes.

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International beach volleyball player Steven Van de Velde

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was jailed for four years last

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to the Netherlands to serve his sentence.

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A woman from Swindon has been robbed at gunpoint during a night-time

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Sofia Janicka was heading to Sao Paulo

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when the bus was stopped by four armed men.

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The attackers put a gun to her head and threatened to shoot passengers

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and leave their bodies in a field - before escaping with

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Andrew Plant has been speaking to Sofia.

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Sofia Yaneetska, is a 27-year-old yoga teacher from Wiltshire.

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She travelled to Brazil a month ago exploring medical treatments

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to alleviate the symptoms of her Multiple Sclerosis.

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But in the early hours of Wednesday morning

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on a night bus outside Sao Paulo, she and her fellow

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passengers were the victims of a hijacking, with the entire bus

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The bus was swaying from left to right and I woke up and saw a car

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coming along the left side of the bus and they started shooting

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They came onto the bus and they were saying in Portuguese that

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they were going to kill us and leave us naked in the field if we did not

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The UK government describes crime in Brazil as high

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And warns against wearing expensive jewellery and clothes.

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It also says that "There have been incidents of hijacking and robbery

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It seemed to be that it was for phones and money,

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I don't know, there was some confusion and

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that is when he pulled the gun to my head...

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The top of my head and I just had my head down.

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So, yeah, I don't think I'll be travelling on buses now.

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Sofia says she was glad she had cash on her to give to the attackers

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and believes it stopped the situation from escalating.

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She says she's determined to carry on with her trip

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and her treatment too But will be taking internal flights rather

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A dog rescued from death in Asia is now being trained to help

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Called Faith - she was caged and waiting to be be sold

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She was saved by the Humane Society International -

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who offered her to Medical Detection Dogs, where she's learning how

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Sinead Carroll went to see her in training at Great Horwood.

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Training in the Buckinghamshire countryside.

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It's a far cry from where Faith, the collie cross jindo,

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Animal charities say around two million dogs are slaughtered

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When one farm closed recently, some dogs were rescued

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Saved herself Faith is now training at Medical Detection Dogs

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She was incredibly disruptive to start

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She didn't know what home was, what a table was.

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She thought worktops were for walking on, so

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frenetic about wanting some food and water.

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To start with she was a complete whirlwind but with time,

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careful training and teaching her the boundaries, she is becoming a

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The dogs can identify cancers by smell.

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The charity's just begun trials to detect bowel cancer.

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They also detect potentially life threatening changes in blood sugar

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We have been teaching her to use her nose.

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Then we pair food with a training order.

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After what she has been through and her ordeal,

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she still has the most amazing faith in humans.

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Faith seemed like the obvious name for her and I think it suits her.

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The charity hope to take on another rescue dog from South Korea

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The Deer Park Medical Centre in Witney will close next week

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after the Health Secretary said it was unsafe to stay open.

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The decision to close the practice has been passed

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It won't report back before April 11th.

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Existing patients have been told to re-register with a new GP

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An appeal to raise nearly ?3 million to buy equipment

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for a hospital cancer unit has reached the halfway stage.

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The milestone was celebrated at Great Western Hospital

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The Brighter Futures charity, which was set up to support

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the hospital, has been behind the campaign.

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At the moment cancer patients have to travel

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to the nearest radiotherapy centre in Oxford for treatment.

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Swindon and the Wiltshire community have got

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right behind us within the

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last 18 months and we have managed to smash that halfway point so

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The momentum has built up in the last couple of months.

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As a fundraising team we are just over

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the moon to be able to say we are at the halfway point and it is

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Children across our region have been making their own news today as part

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We've spent the day with pupils at Oxford Spires Academy -

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who've been learning about a new healthcare plan

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Asthma - it affects nearly 5.5 million people

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It's a condition that causes people to have a shortness of breath

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and normally they will use inhalers to prevent asthma attacks.

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Now a doctor in Oxford has made this action plan leaflet to help people

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I haven't spent much time in central Oxford,

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but when I came here I found many of the people

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that I was looking after did not have

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English as their first language and

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I knew that these personalised

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astham action plans saved lives and can

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The leaflets have also been translated into ten

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Latest figures show on average, three children in every

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So do they think an action plan like this will work?

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I think it will help other people around the world

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because before if they were given the leaflet, they would not be able

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to read it if it was not in their language.

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Now it has been changed into their language so I think that

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I have been given my own asthma action plan and that was in English.

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I was really interested in trying to help people to have one in

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their own language because I thought that was a really,

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I know that the asthma action plan had really helped me and I wanted

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to help other people and help as many people

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So expect to see more of these leaflets

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in a doctor's surgery near you in Oxfordshire.

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I'm reporting for Oxford Spires Academy for BBC South Today.

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A group of Swindon Town fans are hoping to become the first

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in the country to own their teams' stadium - without buying

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The Swindon supporters group have held

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meetings with the council, which owns the County Ground,

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about a one point one million pound bid.

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Town are stuck in the League One relegation zone -

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and many supporters are angry about the way the club is being run.

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It's the big race of the Cheltenham Festival

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Lizzie Kelly will become only the second women ever to take part.

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Lizzie is 23 - and is one of only a handful of female jockeys

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She'll be on board Tea for Two, trained by her

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Damian Derrick has been to family yard to meet her.

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I wanted to dress like a male jockey with all the right gear, the proper

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riding out boots, proper britches and everything.

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I had to do more to fit in and look right and look the

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Lizzie hasn't just fitted in, she has stood out,

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making her own piece of history along the way.

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COMMENTATOR: A first ever grade one win in Britain

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That win at the highest level in jump racing

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15 months ago announced Lizzie on the big stage.

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The confidence side of that was massive.

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It set in stone where I was going and what I was

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capable of and being able to say, look, I have won a grade one to

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Despite her success, opportunities are limited for Lizzie.

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Many owners and trainers are still reluctant to expose women

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Although, long since used to being outnumbered in

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the weighing room, she does understand the significance of being

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the first female jockey in 33 years to ride in Gold Cup.

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I think more than any other girl reference, I really get this one.

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Riding in the Gold Cup is massive because it is such an elite race,

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reserved for the best horses, the best trainers

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In such illustrious company, Lizzie has more than proved she belongs.

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More from Cheltenham later in the programme.

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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There aren't that many Tizzards around.

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A chat with Dorset racehorse trainer Colin Tizzard,

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who could be celebrating succuess in tomorrow's Gold Cup

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A Hampshire toddler who is being treated in America for a

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brain tumour is to fly home to continue his recovery.

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Two-year-old Freddie Hunt had surgery at a hospital in Arizona

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a month ago after a big fund raising campaign in his

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Doctors have delayed a decision about whether he can go on to have

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proton beam therapy - the procedure he was originally due

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A short time ago, his father Dave told me how Freddie was doing.

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Freddie's out of hospital as of two and a half weeks ago.

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He's vomiting every day and has slight paralysis down

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So we're giving him physical training to try and get

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Because he's forgotten how to walk and stand up.

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Most of the brain tumour has been removed, as I understand it.

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But he's not had the proton beam therapy?

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To put his body through anything else at this

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current stage, I wouldn't like to say what the outcome would be.

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He needs to get well, he needs to be doing things again.

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So we don't want to push his body any more.

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They took out a large section of the tumour on

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the first operation, and the first operation was a success.

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But he needs to get better before we move forward.

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Many people might be overwhelmed by what you now face as a family.

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But you seem remarkably positive about it?

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Yeah, we will be bringing him home, which is a positive.

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And he should have a full life, which again is a positive.

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With the paralysis and not walking, we can teach him how

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to walk we've got time on our hands now.

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And is there still a chance that you might return to America to

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have the proton beam therapy if he recovers well and he needs it?

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We will be coming back here in a year's time almost to sign

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But also to find out what's happening to the

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You've kept in touch with supporters back home.

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As you've said, you must be delighted that you

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We've got two daughters still back in Yateley and we miss them dearly.

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All the support that has been generated for Freddie

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and continually is still going on, it's just overwhelming and we can't

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Especially Team Freddie back in Yateley.

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We hope to continue to keep you up-to-date with Freddie's progress.

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Now, if you are going to work in the waste water business,

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you've got to accept it's a dirty job.

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But some of the new recruits to Thames Water are being spared

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some of the sights and smells of the sewer network by training

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But can it really beat hands-on experience?

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You can even go skiing in virtual reality these days.

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But how do you fancy popping down a sewer?

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These engineers are not deep underground, they're training

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for an emergence gas leak in the safety and comfort

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For the millennial generation, this is all about gameification.

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Immersing them in the right environment, and, you know,

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let's be honest, you can be in a sewer, in an environment

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without actually getting your feet wet.

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The igloo trains the company's 1,300 operatives who work

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on Thames Water's sewer network, without so much as a whiff

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Trainees can be down here for up to half an hour walking

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around the virtual sewer, encountering all sorts

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The alternative would really just be sitting in a classroom and turning

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The igloo shows a multitude of mainline movies, sure-fire hits

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such as Sewer Lining, CCTV Surveying, and the

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ultimate blockbuster, Blockage Investigations.

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Usually you're sat in a classroom trying to learn it from them.

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This, you actually get a real-life perspective of what it actually is.

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Yes, I'm in this film somewhere, if you look.

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It's as close as you would get to being in the real-life mainline.

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Get to a safe atmosphere, and then remove your breathing apparatus.

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And, yes, if they want, they can make its mall and there!

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-- they can make it smell in there. That's the way to learn. Want to

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sport and we will look ahead to tomorrow's Cheltenham Gold cup, and

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meet the man who could be tasting Hull toasting success. But we don't

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want to pre-empt it? We're meeting the man who's racing

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fairytale is the talk of the sport. Dairy farmer Colin Tizzard

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from Dorset will have two well fancied horses in tomorrow's

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Cheltenham Gold Cup. It would have been three had

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Thistlecrack not suffered an injury. So what's the secret

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behind the success of one Alistair Durden has been

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to Milborne Port to see Colin Tizzard leads a thriving yard

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that earned ?1.5 million in prize There aren't that

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many Tizzards around. There is still an air of modesty

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about the former dairy farmer, who's become one

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of Britain's's leading trainers. A short drive from his stables

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are the picturesque gallops, He's come a long way since getting

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his licence back in 1998. It's not an easy profession,

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I'll tell you that. It is every morning,

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seven days a week, every day So it's not easy, but I've got

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to try and make sure Colin admits he's still getting used

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to the spotlight his But his story is one racing has

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fallen in love with. It's been a tremendous rise

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from relative obscurity, and the fact that this story

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is here in the grassroots of the British countryside,

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it's fantastic for the sport. COMMENTATOR: There we go, three up.

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Cue Card is down! 12 months ago, this fall denied

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Cue Card and Tizzard Gold Cup glory. But the hugely popular 11-year-old

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has picked himself up to have And then there's Native River,

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who taken everyone by surprise. We thought if we had a horse good

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enough to run in the Gold Cup, Then we suddenly

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find this favourite. As for Colin Tizzard,

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he's refusing to pick his favourite. Whatever the result,

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he'll back in the yard first light A 23-year-old sailor from Guildford

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will make history in the next edition of the Clipper Race,

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the round the world challenge which is preparing

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for its 11th edition. Nikki Henderson will be the youngest

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sailor ever to lead a team. She's one of two female

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skippers among the 12 teams Rob Graham from Angmering West

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Sussex is among the other skippers for the event

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which starts this summer. Four Southampton players have been

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named in Gareth Southgate's England There are first call

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ups to the senior squad for James Ward-Prowse

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and Nathan Redmond, both have been They join established

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internationals Fraser Forster and Ryan Bertrand for the matches

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against Germany and Lithuania. More than two James. He's a told me

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that his mum is a big view of South Today, so hello to her.

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It's BBC School report day and there's been

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plenty going on at schools across the South, including

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at Oak Lodge in Hythe on the edge of the New Forest.

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It caters for children with learning disabilities, and five

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of the pupils wanted to explain what it was like to

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The boys wanted to describe the challenges they face -

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for example, Josh wanted to take part, but didn't feel

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They also wanted to explain how they are treated by people

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So School Report is giving them a voice -

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I was really hypersensitive to stuff like that.

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I didn't really get any of the support I needed.

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I find it hard to actually do mainstream.

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Mainly because of the size of the classes.

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I got really nervous in there, because it was

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The teacher said to the supply, Jamie's autistic.

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And they said back, what does that mean?

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I used to really find shopping for clothes hard.

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One day the shop assistant came up to me and asked me to move.

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And I just looked down and wouldn't say anything,

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because I couldn't really do that at the time.

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And then she went off to the security guard across the shop,

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and I heard her say, if he didn't move in five

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Before I got him, I was a really nervous wreck.

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I don't like being outside the house.

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Whenever I'm outside my house, I'm really, really anxious.

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With him with me, it's a bit like having a stuffed animal, really.

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So, in other words, you need to basically be kinder to them,

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So if you're calling friends autistic all the time,

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or memes on the Internet about autism, it detracts from

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the fact that it is a disability and it does affect people.

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And although autistic people can come across pompous

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and arrogant and stuff, if you don't like them,

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You don't have to be physically disabled to be taken

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A lovely film, well then, boys. If you would like to go to our website,

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you can find out a lot more about it there.

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Onto the weather and Alexis is with us this evening as usual. Very foggy

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this evening, and last night. And before Kaz lingered in many

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places, especially the south coast. -- and the fog has lingered. We have

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had a fair amount of cloud as well. Let's take a look at some of your

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weather pictures. Maureen Coles photographed

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the colourful flowers Ian Holloway took this picture

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of a holly tree in the bright And Paul Godier took this picture

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of the lingering fog in Boscombe. It certainly did. Foggy conditions

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for many, and in parts of Sussex we saw blue skies overhead for much of

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the day. Many of us having a lot of cloud. There may be light rain

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through the course of the night. The band of cloud moves through with

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patchy rain a possibility. Skies clear during the early hours of the

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morning and temperatures will fall away to actually 2-3 Celsius.

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Lovely, sunny conditions to start the day tomorrow. Through the

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morning, cloud will thicken from the West and the winds will start to

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increase. Through daylight hours it should stay mainly dry into tomorrow

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evening. Then a band of rain will move in. Highs of 10-11 Celsius.

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Tomorrow evening, the rain band ball moving. Mainly right -- like an

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patchy for most. The breeze will be some foul strong. Milder tomorrow

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night. A good deal of cloud through the course of the day on Saturday,

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but we're hopeful Force and drier periods as well. There may be rain

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at times. The rain is more likely towards the south-west. In the

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south, we are likely to be sheltered but may see the odd burst here and

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there. A fair amount of cloud with one or two brighter spells during

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the course of Saturday daytime. The weekend as a whole will be quite

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windy at times. There may be raining, but not everyone will have

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it. Drier spells and a good deal of cloud over the weekend as a whole.

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Here's your outlook through tomorrow, the weekend and into next

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week. A good deal of cloud tomorrow, but brighter spells. The afternoon

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will be mainly dry but cloudy. Rain tomorrow evening and tomorrow night.

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Through Saturday and Sunday there may be some rain at times.

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Strengthened through the weekend from the West. On Monday we will

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have a fair amount of cloud with the chance of rain later.

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Thank you very much for that. If you're a racing fan, all eyes on

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Cheltenham and we will be their life. Make sure you join in at 6:30

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tomorrow night. Thanks for watching, goodbye.

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