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Six men will serve between six and eight years after a series

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of raids on jewellers including in Oxford, Bicester

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How highly organised, the military precision, and I think the sentences

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reflect the severity of the crimes themselves.

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Also, a way round the problem, thousands back a plan

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And scientists say they've invented an artificial intelligence system

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that can lip-read better than humans and it's thanks in part to BBC News.

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And later on, a test of endurance on the Thames for the famous

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newlyweds raising money to save part of the rainforest in Borneo.

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A gang of men who stole more than ?3 million worth of jewellery

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from shops right across Britain, including Oxford and Milton Keynes,

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have today been jailed for a total of 47 years.

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The men cycled to raids to avoid their cars being picked up

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on number plate recognition systems and left traps so that the police

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Armed with sledgehammers, they smash their way

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into Goldsmith's jewellery shop in Oxford's Clarendon centre.

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Caught on CCTV on New Year's Eve 2015 stuffing expensive

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Suspects carried umbrellas to protect their identities,

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and this man in the high visibility jacket used a wheelie bin to carry

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This Romanian crime gang targeted 11 jewellery stores across the country.

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Today they've been sentenced at Stoke on Trent Crown Court

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to a total of 47 years for conspiring to commit burglaries.

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The gang used delay tactics to prevent the police from getting

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Here they set up metal cables between the lamposts

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and at the other end of Queens Street.

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The barricade prevented police from reaching the Clarendon Centre

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It's a tactic they used across the country in raids netting

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The gang launched their spree in Milton Keynes in November 2015

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targeting the Fraser Hart jewellers in Centre MK.

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They started a fire and padlocked a chain across the road to delay

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They also carried out a burglary on the Mont Blanc store

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That level of criminality, how highly organised,

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military precision of how they actually executed,

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sophistication and planning around it, clearly not acceptable

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within the United Kingdom and I think the sentencing

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reflects the severity of the crimes themselves.

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The burglars cycled to some of the jobs to avoid being

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Today they're beginning prison sentences ranging from six and half

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One further man is due to be sentenced later this month.

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A five-year-old boy who died in a stabbing in Faringdon

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Tyler Warmington suffered knife wounds to the chest in the incident

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A 40-year-old woman who was arrested at the scene has been released

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A former Formula one motor racing driver from Oxford has failed

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to get a driving ban for speeding overturned.

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Susie Wolff, who drove for Williams between 2012 and 2015,

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was caught doing 35 miles per hour in a 30 zone.

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Oxford Crown Court heard she already had nine points on her licence.

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She was banned for six months last November.

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More than 3000 people have signed a petition calling for a trunk road

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At the moment commuters travelling to London Bicester and other

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destinations are having to drive through the middle of the town.

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Residents say the problem is getting worse as more homes are built.

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Traffic, often a daily nightmare for drivers across Aylesbury.

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You never know how long it's going to take you to get to work.

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Some days it's 20 minutes, a journey which should take 20

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minutes can take you up to two hours.

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Kevin says commuters are having to travel through rather

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Any hiccups, like a burst watermain on the A41 last week,

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More than 30,000 homes are planned for Aylesbury

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over the next 16 years, and that means more cars.

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A relief road has already been built in the west, paid

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Another one in the east would depend on new houses there too.

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Kevin started an online petition a week ago.

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So just tell me exactly where you want the trunk road to be.

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The A41 dual carriageway just the south of town,

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needs be extended all the way around to the north of the town

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over Bierton, around the north of the town,

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skirting the new developments and then joining back up with the A41.

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Reality is, it's only through the link road

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because a trunk road would cost far, far more money and we

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So we're doing what's deliverable, what's affordable, and actually

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One councillor says an answer can't come quick enough.

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She says the area's been gridlocked four times in the past three weeks.

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I don't know if it's realistic or optimistic, but it's

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definitely something that needs to be looked at.

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There's got to be some highway improvements.

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With no solution on the horizon, drivers and other residents

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The Cotswolds MP has warned the Prime Minister that she's facing

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defeat over a new funding formula for schools.

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Conservative Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has spoken out against

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It comes as a new report by the Educational Policy Institute

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warns that changes over the next few years will leave almost

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One thing you can't fail to notice if you travel

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to the Cheltenham Festival are the number of ticket touts,

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both in town and at the entrance to the racecourse.

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It's been a huge source of complaints, and this year

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It does seem if you haven't got a ticket for the races,

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getting one on the streets isn't a problem.

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Tickets, anyone want tickets, tickets?

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We saw plenty of people offering tickets and selling.

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Something which isn't illegal but you do need a licence.

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If you want to sell anything on the street, whether that be

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tickets or if you've got anything, you need a street trading licence.

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And from the work we've done this week, we know that the majority

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of the touts out there don't have a street trading licence

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or a pedlar's certificate from the police authority to sell.

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So they are, the majority of them are selling illegally.

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For the first time people suspected of ticket touting in Cheltenham

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are being targetted by police and licencing teams.

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He didn't have a pedlar's certificate which is an offence,

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as a result we seized one ticket from him.

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We seized that as the police and we've passed his details

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onto the borough council who will make a decision

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This man near the race course admitted selling tickets

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If you fail to have a peddler certificate,

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Officials at the racecourse say complaints about ticket touts

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are high up the list, and with the problem of often

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overpriced and some fake tickets, the time has come to do

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We want our racegoers to come here and have an enjoyable time,

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not be pestered by the nuisance and sometimes pretty aggressive

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Not surprisingly, nobody suspected of touting that we spoke to wanted

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to be interviewed on camera, although one man did tell me

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he was upset his honest trade was being targetted,

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but others were legitimate, like this man who had

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But as the crackdown has gone on this week,

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many of those suspected of being ticket touts

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They've adapted, they've seen us out on the street,

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we've spoken to them, given them the warnings

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They've had information in paperwork.

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But they are still out and no doubt they are still selling.

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This year was a soft approach, a warning to the touts.

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But the racecourse says they eventually want to try

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Scientists have developed a machine that can lip-read with more

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And Oxford United fan who had been suffering from cancer but who

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travelled from America to see the club play last year has died. The

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club and fans are planning tributes to him.

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Scientists have developed a machine that can lip-read with more

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Researchers at Oxford University used lip movements from thousands

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of hours of BBC news programmes including Breakfast,

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Here's our technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones.

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At the Action for Hearing Loss charity, Edward is trying

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to have a conversation with a colleague.

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With lots of noise coming into the office from the street,

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his lip-reading skills come in useful.

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It can be very hard as well because sometimes some words can

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sound the same or could be lip-read the same, and so it's

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all about getting into context and seeing what people actually talk

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But in Oxford, research is under way to teach computers

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It's involved training an artificial intelligence system using thousands

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So the box around the lips is the region that the AI system is seeing.

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Joon Son Chung, whose project this is, shares Edward's view

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So lip-reading is a very difficult problem because there are visual

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For example pat, bat and mat are visually identical.

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By endlessly watching clips of Breakfast, Newsnight and other

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BBC News programmes, the computer teaches

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What the system does is learn things that occur together.

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So in this case they're the mouth shapes and the characters,

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and what the likely upcoming characters are, given

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Let's try it with some words it already understands.

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The Prime Minister is at a European Union summit.

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Now, the system has heard those words in that context before

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But to get better, it will have to chew through a lot more data.

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There's a long way to go but the hearing loss charity

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This would help people with when they're watching

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subtitles on television, this will help people when they're

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out and about in very noisy environments and it's by no means

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technology that will replace a professional lip-reader.

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It's something that would very much support professional lip-readers

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to improve the accuracy of the work that they do.

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Right now the technology only works on full sentences in recorded clips.

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The next stage is to make it work live.

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But first the computer is going to be watching

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I'm very self-conscious suddenly about the way my lips are moving!

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Stay with us for weather details with Sam Fraser.

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The windy weekend to come and the kickers in the Grand Slam match in

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Dublin tomorrow will be advised that the wind is coming from the West.

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She's one of the world's most infamous serial killers.

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It's believed Amelia Dyer murdered as many as 400

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A family in Reading has made an extraordinary discovery

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Peter Cooke has been investigating.

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I was born in the bedroom just here. This is where we uncovered something

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we didn't expect to. A clearout of a family loft

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led Richard Anderson Inside materials used by Victorian

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serial killer Amelia Dyer. Materials which helped Richard's

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relative arrest her. When I found out that my

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great-great-grandfather was the detective who arrested her, we put

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two and two together and realised what a grisly thing we had up in the

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loft. He's now donated it

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to Thames Valley Police's Museum. This was the address of Amelia,

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which was from a previous marriage. This is very macabre. This is the

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tape that was used to strangle her victim.

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Helena Fry just one of hundreds of victims.

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A lack of social support for single mothers led to the creation

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People acting as fostering agents to take care of children.

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There was a trade going on. How much would it cost to kill a child?

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Anywhere between ?5 and ?80. Amelia Dyer used to advertise her

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services in local papers but killed many of the infants given

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to her within days. If the mother paid a weekly fee, the

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child would more likely survive. But if she paid a one-off premium it was

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effectively a death sentence. Dyer never fully

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admitted what she did. As recounted by crime writer

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Angela BuckleyHer crimes resonated Her accounts left no doubt that she

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was guilty of the murders. And her crimes resonated throughout

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the country. The idea of women killing anyone was

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shocking but killing babies was beyond the pale. Victorian residence

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of Caversham were particularly horrified by the events on their

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doorstep. Amelia Dyer was a mother

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who became known as a monster. She was hanged for her "baby

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farming" murders in 1896. Extraordinary story. On to support

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no hand, my goodness, it was a great Gold Cup race. I don't know if you

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were watching it. And the same outcome as last year.

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There was to be no fairy tale for

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In fact they saw a remarkable moment as history repeated

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Kris Temple is live at the course, Kris, high hopes for the Tizzard

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runners, but the champagne corks popping elsewhere tonight.

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Yes, 12 months ago we were stood here and it was about as cold as it

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is now and we were hoping it would be Cue Card for Colin Tizzard. But

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it was not Cue Card's here again. His warrior like attitude mean the

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public are fallen in love with him but unfortunately for Cue Card,

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falling was again the story of the day.

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Both of Colin Tizzard's horses had questions to answer ahead of the

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race. In one of the most wide-open Gold cups for years, racegoers were

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split. I think Cue Card this year.

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He seems to be the People's horse. I think so. He missed his chance

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last year so we will what happens. Native River. Colin Tizard -- Colin

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Tizzard has a strong hand. Cue Card. I bet on him last year and

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am looking to get my money back this year.

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He took them along in the early stages. Last year, Cue Card fell

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three from the finish as the race hotted up. 12 months on at the same

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fence, with the temperature increasing, Cue Card again came a

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cropper again. He has fallen again! Cue Card falls

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for the second year running. The trainer's course just pipped by

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the winner, native John. I'm sad that Cue Card fell but he is

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absolutely fine. Paddy is fine so there's no reason why we can't have

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another day. That might be the end of Cue Card's

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career but for the second year in a row, the people's darling found that

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fence just a step too far. You heard, to there from John Hunt,

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who joins us now. Was Cue Card is going to be the favourite before he

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fell? I would love to say yes but I think

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you are starting to feel the pinch. Unlike last year when he was the

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favourites, he was only six at best this year. Sad to see but I don't

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think it would have happened anyway. Do you think we will see him back

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for another go at this? I think that is hard to see. The

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finishers were all seven-year-olds and he is 12. It is a young man's

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game. I would love to see him but I somehow doubt it.

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And a word for Native River. He has done well, the Welsh

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National, a real terrier. I called him the prize fighter and he was

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there all the way but couldn't quite sustain it. What a super horse. Only

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seven, he could go on to greater things.

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I'm sure we will see Native River here again. Will we see Cue Card? We

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asked Colin Tizzard how he would relax and he said he was for a few

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pints of Guinness for St Patrick's Day. The gauges is out I did not get

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your message, Sally, to put your bet on so you have saved a few pounds.

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The Football League weekend kicks off tonight with Reading's trip

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to Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship.

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the table but coming off defeat at Preston last week.

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Sheffield Wednesday are just a place below them.

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Defenders Liam Moore and Paul McShane could both

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Reading have struggled in recent weeks but the manager

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We are in the position we are now because we played well

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Of course you want to win every game but we are realistic as well.

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We are not in a position to say we can beat everybody.

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The thing is, in how we played in the last couple of games,

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the games we lost as well, is the mistakes we made,

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not because the other teams were better than us.

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As well as that big clash at Hillsborough tonight,

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Brighton have a tricky test at a Leeds side who are

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The Premier League action sees Bournemouth host Swansea at 5:30.

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Another win for the Cherries and they'd see

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Among the league one fixtures Oxford hope to close the gap

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on the top six when they host Scunthorpe and Portsmouth go

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for a fourth consecutive away win as they keep up the pressure

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Follow al the games, across BBC platforms tomorrow

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including live commentary on local radio.

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Dorset golfer Georgia Hall made a stunning start to the world ladies

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The 20-year-old player, who has recently changed her clubs,

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shot a first round of 67, that's six under par to lead

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the event which has a total prize pot of half a million pounds.

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Well done and keep it going over the remaining two rounds.

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Can you imagine how I would have felt if I had picked the winner and

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he had not put my ticket on. Now, staying with sport,

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Olympic golden girl, Helen Glover, has already proved she's got what it

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takes in the world of rowing. Luckily help is at hand

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from her TV presenter Together the couple are taking

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on one of the toughest contests on the water -

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paddling nonstop along the Thames It's all to raise money to a cause

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very close to their hearts - Early morning on the Thames

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and this husband and wife Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall

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has been kayaking since he was 13. When the day is like today

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and it is blue skies and sunshine all you want to do is get

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on the water but so far we have had In the dark, at night,

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early in the morning. It's horrible,

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it's absolutely horrible. Olympic rower Helen Glover has

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certainly proved her skills on the water but canoeing

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through the night from Devizes to Westminster will be like nothing

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she has done before. I'm used to racing a seven minute

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race and this is going to be, So it is entirely different and that

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has been part of the fun of it because I've been trying to perfect

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a sport for ten years. I've been trying to be the best

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in the world at it and this This is trying to learn a sport

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within about six weeks. The race starts 125 miles upstream

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from here and en route competitors must carry their canoes around

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77 locks in a feat that has been compared to the equivalent

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of running a marathon with a boat When you hear that around a quarter

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of those who started last time didn't make it to the finish line,

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you understand why many describe This mossy forest is one of the most

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mystical environments on the planet. Steve Backshall has toughed it out

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before around the world and closer This time he is competing with

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Helen to raise funds to buy an area of rainforest in Borneo to stop it

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being turned into It's this gallery forest that runs

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alongside a river and stretches At present it functions

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as a perfect wildlife corridor, a way that pygmy elephants

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and orangutans and proboscis monkeys can move around and disburse

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between two environments. But it is under threat

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and it will be cut down We saw this opportunity

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and we thought we have to do a big challenge if we are going to raise

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enough money to make a difference. But also for me, coming off

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the back of an Olympic year, a challenge like this gives me

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a goal, keeps me focused. The couple have just four weeks

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left before the embark You can't see much more about that

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challenge on our Facebook page. Time for the weather. I've saved a bit of

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money, he has made a lot of money and it is your birthday. I wonder

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where that could go. At ?10 will buy where that could go. At ?10 will buy

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me a glass of Pacifico. A stunning start to the day

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in Bournemouth, captured here by Viktoria Korosi

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but it wasn't long before This is the weir at Durweston,

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thanks to Tony Gaffney. St Patrick's Day donned bright with

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some sunshine but it wasn't long before the cloudy and windy weather

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came in. You will really notice that westerly breeze as the wind picks

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up. But it shouldn't be too cold under the cloudy skies. And we stay

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largely dry. Tomorrow dawns cloudy and breezy. Temperatures are mild

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and other cloudy skies. As we go through Saturday evening, we keep

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the cloud and the winds. You are going to notice those strong

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westerlies tomorrow evening but we are at least try again and with mild

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temperatures. As we head into Sunday, the cloudy and mail team

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continues. We will start to see strong winds, especially through the

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coast, so you will notice those and may just see some rain loan and on

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those westerly winds. Mostly dry before the evening before a band of

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rain makes its way into our patch. For the weekend, a big sporting

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weekend, Saturday is mainly dry but it will be very windy so anybody

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kicking a football or a rugby ball will need to bear that in mind.

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Sunday we stay cloudy. Mainly dry but the chance of rain later. Breezy

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as well. Monday is a cooler of fear. It will be cloudy but it will also

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be showery. On Tuesday, skies brightened, when disease and we see

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some sunshine and that should stay until the middle of the week.

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It is getting colder. That is all from us. I don't know what sport you

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are watching but I know what I am doing. Only one place to be. The

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rugby. Enjoy your weekend. Goodbye. It was the most beautiful view

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I've ever been through. For one second, I was swimming on my

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back, and I was looking to the sky. I was swimming across

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the Aegean Sea. I was a refugee,

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going from Syria to Germany. This is my life, my career!

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I did not frame him. This is my life, my career!

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I did not frame him.

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