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Life after loss - England footballer Rio Ferdinand speaks

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Bereavement charity in a BBC documentary.

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Having a WHEELY good time - how a fundraising appeal's helped

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Thames Valley Police has carried out a series of raids in Banbury

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in relation to allegations of historical sexual

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More than 100 officers were involved in this morning's operation

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which targeted ten properties in the town and one in Birmingham.

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Earlier, our Home Affairs Correspondent Peter Cooke

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Approximately 120 uniformed officers carried out the raids in the early

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hours of this morning at ten properties in Banbury

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Seven men were arrested in connection with child sexual

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The alleged offences relate to three female victims in Banbury

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over a seven-year-period between 2008 and 2015.

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The men arrested today are aged between 21 and 42,

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and are currently in custody being questioned by detectives.

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Peter, this isn't the first instance of an operation like this

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No, in fact, this is the sixth operation of this kind carried out

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The separate operations were in Oxfordshire

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Thames Valley Police are trying to reassure the public.

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Detective Superintendent Paul Hales has called this

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They are working with other agencies to support the victims.

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Also, the local area commander has said that child sexual offences

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and exploitation remain a key priority for Thames Valley Police

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and perhaps today's arrest may encourage other people who may have

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had something happen to them in the past to come

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And if and when they feel ready to do so, Thames Valley Police

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will be there to listen and support them.

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The Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner has

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set out his priorities for the next five years.

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Following crime trands and local residents' views,

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Anthony Stansfeld has chosen five key strategies from April.

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They include - tackling abuse of vulnerable people, cyber crime,

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reducing re-offending and improving public awareness of organised

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One in six local roads in England and Wales are in such bad condition,

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they'll need to be repaired or closed within five years.

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The Asphalt Industry Alliance blames increased traffic, wetter winters

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The Department for Transport says it's providing councils

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with an extra ?1 billion for road maintenance.

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This road in Buckinghamshire should soon be as good as new.

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But other roads in the county have been neglected for years.

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The amount of money that we have got available is making it very

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Our minor roads in particular, like ones in villages, are struggling.

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And then the increased traffic on the really busy roads is putting

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Roads like the A40, really struggling and the A41 as it

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Oxfordshire County Council has invested in its own machine

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like this one which will fill potholes swiftly and cheaply.

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It'll be virtually impossible to keep up with demand, though.

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Motorists say roads up and down the country aren't up to it.

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Emphasis is on roads which take the most vehicles

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and because they consider us as a country lane, underused,

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quite likely we are low on the priority list.

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Local government find themselves in between and they are stuck with

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all the rap whereas the government get away with it.

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It is in towns that I notice that they need more

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But we have just come down the motorway and it has been fine.

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Would you pay more tax for better roads?

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An extra ?1 billion has been pledged by the government

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That's nowhere near enough, according to the Asphalt

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The group says that local roads in England and Wales are on the edge

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It says that one in six roads is in poor condition and if some

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of these roads aren't mended in the next few years,

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Every year, we report on the declining conditions

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of the roads and there is only one way that can end and

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This is a race to the bottom and we already...

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Our road network is way behind those of our colleagues in Europe

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and we are slipping behind some countries in Asia and Africa.

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It would cost ?150 million to get all of Buckinghamshire's

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Next year, just ?25 million is available for road

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repairs for Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire combined.

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An industrial dispute over Christmas pay between the Oxford Bus Company

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Services have been hit by two one-day strikes this month.

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Both sides hammered out a deal in talks with the help

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Details of the deal have not been disclosed.

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A Buckinghamshire charity has helped a former England footballer cope

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with the loss of his wife and children's mother.

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Rio Ferdinand has made a documentary for the BBC,

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charting the two years since his wife Rebecca

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As part of the film, Rio visited Child Bereavement UK

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in Saunderton to talk to young people about their

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An amazing wife, great kids, and then bang.

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The moment Rebecca was diagnosed with cancer, that all changed.

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Those three months in hospital before Rebecca passed away,

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You just don't believe that the worst scenario can happen.

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But for Rio, the worst did happen, and Rebecca, the mother

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of his three young chidlren, passed away in May 2015.

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Over the past year, the former England defender has been trying

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to deal with his grief, and the grief of his children,

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by talking to as many people as possible.

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He's been making a documentary about his experience.

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When do you actually come to that point when you say

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For me, I didn't do that swapping the hand thing.

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She passed away and she is no longer here, I needed to move on so I can

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One of the places he visited was the Child Bereavement

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charity in Buckinghamshire, where we spoke to a group

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of teenagers, all of whom had lost a loved one.

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-- where he spoke to a group of teenagers.

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When he came, he wanted to hear a lot about our opinions,

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He mainly ask questions to ask about what we have

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been through and if... He was relating to us.

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He wanted to know how he could help them in a way that would be told

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from somebody who has been through that perspective,

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The girls are part of the young people's advisory group

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at the charity and are happy to help anyone who has lost a loved one.

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They were able to give him guidance as to what their parents

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did that was helpful, but equally things weren't helpful,

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He wanted to learn from them so he could help his own three children.

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The film explores what help is available for grieving families

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as well as Rio's own journey as he tries to come to terms

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with the loss of his wife, and his new role as both father

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I just want the best case and scenario for my kids.

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And the only way I see that happening is by asking questions.

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The programme will be on BBC One tonight, at 9pm.

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Playing the classic computer game tetris can reduce effects

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of post-traumatic stress disorder following road traffic accidents.

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Researchers in Oxford have found that people who play the game

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within six hours of an accident have fewer unpleasant memories

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It's believed to disrupt a process known as memory consolidation

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Teenagers from an Oxfordshire college have been selected

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to represent Great Britain at an international Rugby

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The Sanix World Youth Tournament is in its tenth year and will see

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pupils from Henley College take on representatives from

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Our reporter Matt Graveling went along to training to find out.

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In less than a month, these Oxfordshire students will be

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lining up against the best in the world.

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With final preparations taking place in Henley today,

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their next stop is more than 9,000 miles away in Japan.

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Japanese rugby has really gone through the roof.

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There is a professional league in Japan, now.

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I have worked in various countries across the world

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and been on a lot of different rugby tours, but it is mainly

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about the experience, learning a new culture,

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But also in this instance, it's playing against the best

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It's part of the Sanix World Youth Tournament -

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which sees teams of under-18-year-olds competing

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for a global title, and selected to represent Team GB are the boys

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We have been doing a mixture of cardio work, which means

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we will be fit for the matches, and also making sure

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So we have the highest amount of detail so we will make

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We have been to France, Spain, Argentina, North Africa.

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But with just weeks to go, it's not just the rugby

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The two-week tournament will get under way with the group stages

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Until then the boys from Henley will be working hard to make sure

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

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

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With the lighter evenings, there is plenty of opportunity to get out and

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about although there is rain in the forecast. I will have the details

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for you shortly. A father has been found guilty

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of murdering his three-month-old son who died after he was thrown

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vigorously against a hard surface. Robert Hinz, 34, from Bournemouth,

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claimed he tried to revive his son, Julian, who suffered severe skull

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fractures last April. Julian died in hospital

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the following day when doctors Hinz will will be

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sentenced at a later date. Their fathers were killed whilst

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serving their country. Now 18-year-old Molly from Poole

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and 19-year-old Poppy from Swindon are off on an adventure their dads

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would be proud of. They're heading to Nepal

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to help rebuild a school. It's being facilitated by a charity

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specifically set up to help children who've lost parents in the Armed

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Forces. Laura Trant has been

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to meet Molly and Poppy. Two daughters sharing memories of

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the fathers. Poppy's dad was in the RAF but was killed in a Hercules

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crash over Iraq in 2005. Molly's father died in Afghanistan. He was

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in the special forces. He is put the stickers on the front of his

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motorbike for the numbers and he called me my mocking mascot. I just

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remember when he was packing or his staff, he told me to jump on the bed

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and play musical the stereo in the bedroom. He was always really

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excited to be going away so I was helping impact. Grief has been a

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difficult journey for the girls and their families. One of the things

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that has helped is the support of the children's trust which aims to

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help children whose parents died while serving their country. We have

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made friends and also the staff give our support 20 47 if we need them.

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That is really helpful because we have our family and friends but it

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is good to have that bit of extra support is well on the side. The

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charity is now helping them bark on an adventure. This Saturday, they

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are heading to Nepal. They will help rebuild school destroyed in the

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earthquake two years ago when 9000 people died. I cannot wait to give

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something back to the villagers who lost so much in the earthquake.

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Making a difference in such small way in our own way is better than

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not doing anything at all. The children's trust supports 110

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children. The charity intends to extend the work it does the children

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of police, ambulance and fire crew who died in service.

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It's from a memoir that's just been published

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Marjory Rae Lewis was one of hundreds of thousands

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of children evacuated during the Second World War

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but Marjory's experience was a little different.

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She was sent from London to the lap of luxury in a grand

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It was an extraordinary experience but, as the book explains,

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for Marjory, the war also meant the agony of a tragic romance.

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It is goodbye to the cities and danger areas. 1939 and hundreds of

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thousands of children head out of the cities toward safety. For many,

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it was a frightening experience but, or 13-year-old Marjorie Ray Lewis, a

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step into a world of luxury. This is a wonderful house, beautiful.

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Marjorie was evacuated from London here with her brother. Or because

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her mother, a dressmaker, had received an offer from an

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aristocratic client. One lady said, your children must be the only two

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children left in London. What they like to come and live with my

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husband and I? We do not have any children, we have always longed for

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children. We would be helping the war effort by having them. So

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Hardman Leaver was a baronet and senior civil servant. He and his

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wife treated Marjorie and her brother as their own children. I

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thought it was my fairy godmother. This is the first time Marjorie has

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been back inside in the 70 years. This was the bathroom. Very

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different. There was a butler, Cook, housemaids, parlourmaid, show for,

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you name it, they were here and they looked up to us. But it was wartime

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food rationing and not all that luxurious. Marjorie was confirmed in

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St Mary 's Church nearby but within a few years there was a new claim on

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her heart. Back in London, Marjorie's mother became a landlady

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to a group of Belgian resistance fighters. One was the one Marjorie

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returned briefly for a Christmas party. This very tall Belgian

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officer came over to me and said, would you like to dance? I said yes,

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because he was six foot four and I because he was six foot four and I

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was five foot two. He was very charming, had a wonderful smile and,

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after a week or ten days, you told me he had fallen in love with me. I

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was smitten with him. He promised Marjorie that when the war ended,

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you would return to marry her. Soon afterwards, he parachuted into Nazi

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occupied Belgium. I never saw him again. I read in the paper that he

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had been executed by the Germans. Sean was nicknamed spider on account

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of his long legs. While awaiting execution he used his prayer book to

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send Marjorie a final message. This is my last present. He has gone for

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ever, forgotten spider. Kings were the court was taken over by the

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Hampshire Fire authority and Marjorie and believe thes had to

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move out. The house is now being used as offices for local government

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that the Marjorie it remains steeped in memories. It is so emotional,

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really. I just cannot believe that I was here once. A huge thank you to

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Marjorie for sharing her memories with us. They are extraordinary,

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amazing. We are talking cricket. The day is getting longer, we start to

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think about the new cricket season, but big changes.

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A lot of talk going on about what will change.

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They are saying, we need to bring some of that back to the English

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game. The counties, including

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those here in the South, gave unanimous backing today

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to plans for an historic change to domestic cricket,

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labelled a watershed moment Hampshire's Ageas Bowl

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is a favourite to be among the eight sites chosen to stage a new T20

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league inspired by popular Surrey's home, the Oval,

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is another likely venue. County chiefs were shown

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the blueprint for the game Most are now backing

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the changes for the league, The aim is for some games to be

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shown on terrestrial television. Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry

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says he hasn't fully recovered from treatment for a cancerous

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tumour but has thanked those who've supported him

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through what he referred to as a very tough time

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in his career and life. The former England batsman is back

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playing with Hampshire in preseason He said in a statement tonight

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he's looking forward He also asked for privacy as he

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continues to deal with the illness. Now, the boys of Thomas

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Hardye School may not Tomorrow, they take

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on Dr Challinoor's school from Amersham in the Vase Final

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of the school's Rugby National Cup. Our reporter, Andy Birkett,

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has been along to see them. They are friends on an off the

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field, they celebrate reaching the Twickenham final. That game is on

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the past now and these lads will swap these gates for the gates of

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rugby headquarters. They will be far from a madding crowd but it is not

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about that. It is a great buzz. Staff are saying congratulations.

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The kits are getting packed on the back, everyone wants to come with

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us. And you can see why. It is a first for the school to send a team

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to Twickenham and following the emphatic victory in the semifinal,

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confidence is high. It is a team of mates and everyone knows the job.

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Being loud and bossy, shouting at them and keeping them going. I had

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pictured walking out through the tunnel into a massive stadium. It is

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hard to focus on anyone else -- anything. I am not tried to be cocky

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or anything but if we can play how we play day in, day out, we will be

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OK. The number eight, the forward pack, but the backs also possess

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talent. Despite the sparkling performance in the semifinal capped

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off by a hat-trick of tries, the playmaker remains humble. It is

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great doing it for my mates because we are such a close bunch and to go

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out and do it for each other is what it is all about. The big question,

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is running out on the hallowed turf enough or does the result really

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matter? Of course it matters because it makes that memory more of a

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positive one stop you do not want to go to Twickenham and lose. It is

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still amazing to play their bid the wind there is much better. Kick-off

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11 o'clock tomorrow and you can watch online.

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Last week, I was at Poole Town - the club facing possible relegation

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despite chasing promotion from National League South.

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Today, the club have been given a verbal assurance that the stadium

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improvements they've made at the Tatnum ground are sufficient

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for them to stay playing in their league into next season.

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If they were promoted, more work is likely to be needed.

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Now, things seemed bleak when pet dog Puffy was paralysed

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after being struck by a car, shattering part of her spine.

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But she's enjoying a new lease of life thanks to the generosity

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Although surgery couldn't fix the damage, a fundraising appeal has

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helped pay for a set of wheels that take the weight off her back legs.

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It means she's now up and about with just

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A stroll and a roll in the spring sunshine is an indication of just

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how far this couple and their pet pooch, Puffy, have come.

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It's two years since she ran out in front of a car

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But after months of therapy, and finally with these new wheels,

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this Chinese Crested Powderpuff has regained a quality of life that

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She seemed so happy and she has a real will and determination to give

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her that chance. Her first wheels were a DIY job but were enough to

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prove the getting proper support was worthwhile.

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The wheels not only support Puffy - they have inbuilt pads

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to exercise her paralysed back legs, helping build core strength

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Part of her slow recovery has been twice weekly sessions at the UK's

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top canine aquatic therapy unit here in Newbury.

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Walking on a treadmill while supported by the water has

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She has always been a really positive dog, she has never let it

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get to her, she has always wanted to do things. She was paraplegic when

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she first came here. They cost ?1,500 -

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that money raised in just a few days through donations

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to an online appeal. The response we have had is

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overwhelming. I could never have expected it and we are so grateful

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to everyone. There is nothing better than watching her charging around

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the field, getting out and about, doing things a normal dog should be

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able to do. She has that freedom back.

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Although she'll never walk unaided, thanks to her new wheels,

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Nick Lucas took this photo of the mist dawn

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Andrew Potter photographed Old Harry Rocks in today's bright spells.

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And Ginny Boxall captured blossom in the sunshine in Alton.

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Beautiful evening. Alexis is in Totton in Hampshire. A lot of

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activity going on behind you. That's right. We have had a lot of sunshine

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today and that has brought people out although the cloud is

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increasing. We will turn on settled for the rest of this week. Let's

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take a look at the satellite picture. A swathe of cloud out to

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the west of the UK, bringing us rain. But decent sunny spells

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already. The cloud is increasing. One or two close both initially the

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night but through the course of the night patchy rain or move on settled

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for the rest of this week. Let's take a look at the satellite

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picture. A swathe of cloud out to the west of the UK, bringing us

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rain. But decent sunny spells already. The cloud is increasing.

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night but through the course of the night but through the course of the

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night patchy rain or moving from the night patchy rain or moving from the

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West are mainly light and patchy, West are mainly light and

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with temperatures dropping into with temperatures

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Temperatures tomorrow morning will Temperatures tomorrow morning

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cloud, outbreaks of rain but through be 11 Celsius at 8am, a good deal

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cloud, outbreaks of rain but through the course of the day the rain will

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spells although more cloud tomorrow dry

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than today. If you do have any sunshine tomorrow,

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could reach a high of 14-15 C. A could reach a high of 14-15 C. A

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pleasant afternoon, dry day in general. Tomorrow night, a repeat

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performance of the night. The cloud will increase, clear spells, but the

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chance of light patchy rain. Another mild night with temperatures falling

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to 10-11 C. A fair amount of cloud over the next few days. A lot of

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cloud tomorrow. That should dent and break to allow the Sunnis bus

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tomorrow afternoon with a high of 14 Celsius. On Thursday, temperatures

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will shoot up to 17 or 18 Celsius. Cloud with hazy sunshine and a warm

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dry day in general. Rain at times on Friday and the chance of Dundry

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showers on Saturday but Sunday will be the dry day of the weekend. From

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a very active Park in Totton, back to you in the studio. Every time we

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turn around... A middle-aged woman

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chasing after a teenage boy...

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