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Hello, welcome to South Today. and now on BBC One, let's

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In tonight's programme, has passion to save health services

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Market researchers claim they were intimidated by people

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in Banbury as they carried out interviews about changes to the NHS.

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Also, the police officer who has died after being critically injured

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stopping a stolen car four years ago.

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The driver may now face further charges.

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And later on, ready for take-off: the company that has won

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multi-million pound backing to develop a workable flying car.

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A market research company has refused to return

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to Banbury after alleging its staff were intimidated.

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consultation on planned changes at the Horton Hospital.

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The plans and the consultation process, which ends on Sunday,

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Adina Campbell has been finding out how divisive the issue has become.

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This was one many protests last year before maternity services

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were temporarily downgraded at Banbury's Horton hospital due

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But more changes could be on the way - including fewer births in Banbury

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Adding to more controversy about the hospital's future.

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It's claimed this intimidating behaviour took place

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here in Banbury last month, where this market research company

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had been doing face-to-face interviews with people

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here in the town about proposed changes to the Horton Hospital.

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As a result, the company claims of its staff had been intimidated.

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It says it informed the police as well as Oxfordshire clinical

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commissioning group, where it said it would not be coming

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back to angry again to do this kind of survey.

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I'm concerned that they're intimidated,

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The reason being that we are really passionate about our health.

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It's certainly created a lot of controversy,

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If people feel strongly enough about something,

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Campaigners have criticised the consultation process but deny

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We approached the group to find out what they were doing,

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They said they were carrying out a survey, but we couldn't take part

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Angry comments have also been written on the campaign

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nears its end, some doctors have raised concerns about what it

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describes as "potential intimidation" if they're known

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Of course it's awful if people feel intimidated,

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and it's very important that they are able to give

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their views, particularly those with real knowledge of the system.

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They can always do that via me, and via my questionnaire,

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The consultation ends on Sunday and a judicial

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For now, the Horton's future is still controversial and unclear.

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A 50-year-old man from Swindon has been arrested on suspicion

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of murder following the death of a baby.

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The 3-month-old was taken to the Great Western Hospital

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ten days ago, but died at Bristol Children's

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A postmortem examination is due to be carried out this week.

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The man had previously been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

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A woman from Milton Keynes has been jailed for seven years

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after she was found guilty of having sex with underage boys.

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38-year-old Amanda Tomkins admitted a number of sexual offences

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activity with a male under the age of 16.

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She was sentenced to a total of seven years

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A former Thames Valley Police officer who was critically injured

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four years ago when he tried to stop the driver of a stolen car

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PC Gareth Browning had needed constant care

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28-year-old Luke Haywood was jailed for nine years -

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Earlier, Joe Campbell told me what happened four years ago.

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Police were here on that November evening, trying to stop a stolen car

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which had been taken just a few days earlier.

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PC Gareth Browning was here on the road using what's called

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a stop stick to try and pierce the tyres of the car

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Instead, he was hit and thrown into the air, suffering

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catastrophic head injuries, which resulted in brain damage.

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Now, he was placed in a medically induced coma at the time

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to try and save his life, and he didn't actually

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But ever since then, frankly he suffered life changing injuries.

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And finally after several years of actually having very serious,

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care that he needed to receive, he passed away on the 1st of April,

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Thames Valley Police say they'll be talking

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Well, the car that night was being driven by Luke Haywood.

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He was described at the time as a career criminal.

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In fact, he was on day release at the actual time

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And he drove just a short distance away from here,

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where he dumped the car on a nearby suburban street.

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He was, however, arrested and subsequently was taken

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to Reading Crown Court, where he was jailed for nine years

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Now, the situation is that Thames Valley Police are now waiting

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to see what the outcome is of any postmortem examination.

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It's no doubt, of course, that Gareth Browning's life

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was changed by what happened here that night.

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The question now is did his injuries result in his death?

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Dependent upon any postmortem examination, the police

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now want to go back to the Crown Prosecution Service

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and see if they can actually bring fresh charges against Luke Haywood.

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The problem is that because PC Gareth Browning survived for three

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years, and also because Luke Haywood has already been dealt

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with by the courts, the only way they can do that is by getting

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250 troops have flown out of RAF Brize Norton to join

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They'll be selling with others from France and Denmark.

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in the country in the largest deployment of Nato troops

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Andrew Plant has sent this report from Brize Norton.

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Hundreds of pairs of British bids on the move, brought in by bus to Brize

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Norton this morning from their base camp in Bulford. Their ride was

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already waiting on the runway as the UK moves troops into the Baltic

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state of Estonia, part of an international force, a demonstration

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of strength to their Russian neighbour. There's a series of

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measures that Nato are activating at the moment in order to deter that

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Russian adventurism that we have seen in recent years. The deployment

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of the battle groups is an element of that. The 250 troops flying out

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of here today will join a similar amount already in Estonia.

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Eventually, there will be 800 UK troops there. The country's largest

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contribution to a major deployment since the end of the Cold War. -- a

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Nato deployment. It's not just troops. Lastly, these heavy duty

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Green machines headed out ahead by boat. -- last week. Vehicle

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supporting the 1100 soldiers being stationed in Estonia for the next

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eight months. Estonian troops, French troops, American troops.

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Different nations, taking out exercises in Poland as well. It's

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important that we all bound together, show solidarity if nothing

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else. British troops will make up the bulk of the Nato force there,

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joined by French, Estonian and Danish soldiers, too. Essentially,

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they are called and enhanced forward presence. They are, though, a

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warning against any form of hostile action in the area.

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There are still long delays around Oxford following a lorry fire

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Emergency services were called to the scene at midday.

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The driver escaped and no-one was injured and the lorry

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but one lane remains closed northbound between the Hinksey

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Delays are stretching back for seven miles.

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As the charity Oxfordshire MIND celebrates its fiftieth year it's

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calling for more housing for people with mental health problems.

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A shortage of supported housing and affordable homes means many

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Or in hospital wards for longer than needed.

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26-year-old Peter from Oxford suffers from bipolar disorder.

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He was discharged from a mental health hospital six months ago,

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and is now supported by Oxfordshire Mind to live

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It's been good to have liberty and be free

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to independent life, because it's very

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The thing about recovery is you need to, each individual, move forward,

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if we haven't got the space to move people forward they're

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The charity's celebrating its 50th anniversary and says a lots

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Here in Oxfordshire, the number of people being sent out

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of county for treatment is at a record low, but its chief

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executive says there's still a shortage of housing.

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We have a waiting list of people wanting to come into our housing,

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Also people who are ready to move on, but there is no available

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housing. We need more affordable homes,

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more bed spaces, council needs to make more space available,

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simple fact is looking after people in that way is much

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cheaper than having them There is huge pressure

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for new homes across the board, and Mind has been involved

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in the design of the new Barton development on the edge of Oxford,

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with plenty of open spaces and communal areas to improve

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people's wellbeing. While there is more on offer now

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for people with mental health problems than there was 50 years

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ago, there is still a lack of money and charities are sceptical

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about promises from government A 12-year-old boy has

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become the youngest person ever to play the organ

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for an Oxford University college. Louis Moss, from Chipping Norton,

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has only been playing the organ for just over a year -

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but he's gained a scholarship to play the instrument

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at Jesus College, where he will Lucy Bickerton has been to see him

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practicing in the college's chapel. Louis has certainly struck the right

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note with the college, and alongside his school work,

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will be an organ scholar Although still in practice mode,

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it won't be long until he's performing up on the balcony,

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with an audience below. At the moment I've just been pulling

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out stops and turning pages and helping out

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with the undergraduate But next term I'll be

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playing a few hymns and a voluntary, a Bach Voluntary,

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which will be great. Louis first began learning

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the difference between an octave and a melody at the age of six

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when he took up playing the piano, but at his local church he made

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the next step onto the organ. It's thought he's only one of 750

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young people in the UK The scholarship could help boost

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the number of people playing They don't have to be older chaps

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looking rather smart, but they can just be young,

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fun people who are enjoying an amazing instrument

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and all the possibilities His enthusiasm and

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commitment is great. The whole issue for us is to try

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and encourage people from local state schools to see Jesus College,

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to see Oxford as a place Looking ahead, where does Louis see

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this opportunity taking him? I do think I would like to take

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a musical career path but not necessarily on the organ perhaps

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composing or conducting For now, it's practice,

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practice, practice. And in the coming months,

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Louis will become the youngest known person to play the organ

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for an Oxford College. I'll have the headlines at 8pm

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and a full bulletin at 10:30pm. The grant from the Coastal

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Communities fund will go Stay with us to hear how a Hampshire

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amateur golfer's off to tee with some of the best in the game

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at the US Masters in Nicola came from Andover is one of

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750,000 people in the UK affected by an eating disorder. His anorexia was

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so severe that at one stage she ended up in intensive care. But

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Nicola has found an unusual way to fight back. She has turned to

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body-building, and last weekend took top prize in a national obsession.

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This report includes a graphic image of Nicola when she was very

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underweight. Nicola suffered from anorexia, and nearly lost her life

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to this illness. It was a surprise victory. I remember them calling out

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my number, and I just froze. The girl next to me was knocking me. I

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was so overwhelmed, I was an emotional wreck, really. I was

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squeezing my husband's hand, saying do you think she will do it? And

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when she did, wow. She was shocked as well. It was just a wow moment,

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it really was. From the age of 16, Nicola King, now 24, had anorexia.

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More than two years she was in and out of hospital, at times close to

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death. Even at that point, I was convinced I did not need help. I

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would pull out the tubes when they tried to feed me. When you have

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reached the stage when you are in hospital and your child, you are

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told that she might not survive the night, purely because we took her to

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hospital. If we had not taken to hospital, she would not be with us.

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This was no overnight transformation. Although still

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desperately ill, in 2013, Nicola boarded a flight to Mexico and spent

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three months on her own, gradually starting to eat. It is a date she

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remembered with a tattooed. When she was stronger she started to go to

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the gym, and last year she took up body-building. If I can show people

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that I can do it, then hopefully they can see there is light at the

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end of the tunnel. Anorexia you see nothing but death. Does it scare

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you, how close you came to that? It does now. At the time, I didn't feel

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anything. I think the fact that three thoughts in my head, I nearly

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a VAT on my life. An inspiring story.

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Now, a big night for the promotion chasing teams.

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Absolutely, we have got Redding in action. Brighton are trying to inch

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ever closer to the holy Grail, which is automatic promotion to the

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Premier League. We will be at both grounds at the moment. But I love

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this sporting week of the year. It is the first golf major.

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Waterlooville golfer Scott Gregory will tee it up with the greatest

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golfers in the world at this week's US Masters.

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The 22-year-old secured a golden ticket to three of golf's majors

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by winning the British amateur title last year.

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We caught up with him at his home club, Corhampton Golf Club

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in the Meon Valley, before he left for Augusta.

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Scott Gregory's life changed when he became

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First he played in the Open Championship.

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Now, he's preparing for the US Masters at the lush surroundings

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I've watched a lot of stuff on YouTube, I've got all the pins

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from the last four years for each day, so I know roughly

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where the pins will be because actually they don't change

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them too much each year, which is quite interesting.

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So I've got a good idea where I need to be practising to.

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22-year-old Scott, who plays at Corhampton Golf Club,

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has his own Open Championship experience to fall back on.

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At the Open, I have never been so nervous in my life.

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But you have almost got to convince yourself that I've just hit five

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of these on the range and all of them went down

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the middle, so there's no reason why this one can't.

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It will be the same at the Masters, I just have to focus on the spot

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and blank out everything else, and just hit the shot like I would

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He'll find a fellow Hampshire man on the field at Augusta.

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I'm going to ask if I can play him in the par three, or something.

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Just to be able to mix with people like that, like Rose,

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they are out there doing what I want to do for

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Just to get to speak to them and see what makes them so good,

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First aim is to make the cup, and once I've made that,

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To be playing in one of the most select tournaments in the world

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at one of the most glamorous locations is a dream, but Scott

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And Scott will play with former Masters winner Sandy Lyle

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and American Sean O'Hare in his opening two rounds.

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The event is live on BBC television Saturday and Sunday night. There is

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also coverage on five live for the whole week.

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The race for the Premier League resumes tonight with both Brighton

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The Albion are getting closer to a return to the top flight

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for the first time since 1983, while Reading have the

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In a moment we'll hear from Tim Dellor at The Madejski

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stadium, but first, Johnny Cantor previews Brighton's home

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Step-by-step and little by little, the seagulls seem to be edging

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closer to Premier League football for the first time in their history.

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Saturday certainly felt like a pivotal day in the chase for

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automatic promotion, but the site will have to back it up with a wind

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against Birmingham city this evening. 20 clean sheet has been the

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foundation for success this season. There are matchwinners as well. As

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for the visitors this evening, Birmingham City have only won twice

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under their manager, and that is since he joined back in December

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last year. Elsewhere in the championship this evening, Redding

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take on back Rovers. Tim della previews this for us.

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Redding have been in terrific form a this season. 13 wins the sofa,

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including the one on Saturday against Leeds. Tonight it is back

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burner, who lost to Brighton at the weekend. And for Redding, the

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opportunity to go third. It is all about reaching the play-offs and it

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does not seem too far away now for Chamakh reading. Another giant step

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in that direction. "Here At 8pm. It's one year to the day

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until the Commonwealth Games begin on Australia's Gold Coast,

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and later this week South Today will be meeting the Bournemouth-based

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players hoping to be Britain's first male representatives in beach

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volleyball at a games. We caught up with Jake Sheaf

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and Chris Gregory at training today. As you can see, they have got a

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weatherproof environment to work in. It be a lot nicer on the Coast,

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though. Yes, it will be a good event to cover. Hand eye coordination,

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beach volleyball is not for me. So, what's the best way to get young

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people interested in art? Hold an exhibition in a school,

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and then throw it open That's the thinking behind a huge

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display in Godalming, made up of hundreds

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of painting and sculptures. Let's join Alexis Green

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who is at Prior's Field School. Yes, around 650 pieces of artwork

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here in Surrey, made all over the country, from this beautiful

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ammonite in Norfolk, to this large eagle, which was produced in Wales.

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Here at Prior's Field School near Godalming in Surrey

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is one of the largest art exhibitions outside London.

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Inside the school has around 500 works of art, but outside,

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It's in its 22nd year, and a couple from Hazelmere who made

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that possible are Evelyn and Gwyn Phillips.

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As you have said, there's a lot of sculpture,

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and in fact many of the sculptors are members

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We are standing alongside one of the most prestigious,

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which is Sarabande by Philip Jackson.

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What is going on inside the building, Evelyn?

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Inside the building we have got a wonderful exhibition,

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and an incredible eclectic mix of paintings, sculptures

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What is nice about this exhibition is that families are welcome,

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it is free of charge, and people bring their friends to mix and see

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I have just been told that the artwork is selling like hot cakes at

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the moment, so do get down here. It is open from 10am - 4pm until Easter

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Sunday. She has always got her eye on a

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bargain! Absolutely.

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Just 30 seconds long, showing a robin landing on a mother's hand

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But the story, and the emotions behind it, are so powerful that over

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ten million people have now watched it via Facebook.

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One brave little robin, and a moment that reduced

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The robin appeared by the grave of Jack Robinson, who died

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He is on the right here with his brother Liam.

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Three years ago, Jack developed a brain tumour and died

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A few days ago, we were coming up to Jack's third

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anniversary of him passing, and I said, "Jack, if there's

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anything you can show Mummy, today would be a really good one",

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so I came up, sat down next to him, and with that I had a robin.

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Marie put her camera into video mode, and this is what she got.

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Marie posted the film on her Facebook page three days ago.

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This afternoon, the number of views passed 10 million,

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and messages have come in from all over the world,

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many from people who have been through similar bereavements.

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To me, when we see a robin, that's Jack.

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If we have gone on holiday, we have had a robin land at our table.

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If we have gone walking, we have had a robin sitting on a bench.

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What an extraordinary story. And capturing that moment on your camera

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phone, you have always got to be opposed. Dash-macro poised.

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Susan Hutchins took this picture of Guildford Castle in the sunshine.

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Hamworthy was looking beautiful in the spring sunshine -

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thanks to Amanda Farrell for this one.

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And there was some spring colour at Burnham Beeches for David Dixon.

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Alexis is in amongst the sculptures this evening. What have we got to

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look forward to? It is looking fairly good over the

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next few days. This is my favourite sculpture, a lady blowing in the

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wind. The wind was fairly brisk today. You can see a clearance of

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cloud was the north and east, and that clearing sky is going to push

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further south and east overnight flight, allowing temperatures to

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fall away in the countryside with lows of two or three Celsius. In

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urban areas, temperatures will drop to 5-7 C, so quite a chilly start to

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the day tomorrow, but with clear skies tonight, it means lovely blue

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skies tomorrow morning. A lovely start to the day. Temperatures will

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ride through the afternoon to 11-13 Celsius with plenty of sunshine.

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During the latter part of the morning, cloud will still south and

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turned the sunshine hazy, so the best of the sunshine will be fought

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southern coastal counties and the Isle of Wight in the afternoon.

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Feeling pleasant in any sheltered spots in the sunshine. Tomorrow

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11-13 C, slightly above today. 11-13 C, slightly above today.

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Through tomorrow night, the cloud will increase and we will see the

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chance of some outbreaks of mainly light and patchy rain, with

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temperatures falling away to 6-8 C. Temperatures slightly lower in the

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countryside. Here is the outlook for the rest of the week. A fairly

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cloudy start to the day, the cloud will thin and break through the

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morning, leaving sunny conditions, though further cloud will fill in

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tomorrow evening. The rest of the week will start on a cloudy note,

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but it will brighten up in the afternoons. Over the weekend along

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the coast there will be a sea breeze. Inland, height of 16

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Celsius. Thank you. It is a shame you are

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missing tomorrow, because we have got kids learning to play snooker

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and they are really good. That's it for this evening. We are

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back with the headlines at 8pm and a full programme at 10:30pm. Good

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night.

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