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In tonight's programme. so it's goodbye from me

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Losing livestock because of dog attacks.

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The growing number of sheep being killed or injured by pets that

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Oxfordshire's new fire officer tells is he wants more women

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The loophole in licensing laws allowing airport bars to sell

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There are concerns some farmers in Oxfordshire are facing financial

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losses because of a growing number of dog attacks on livestock.

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The rural insurer NFU Mutual says it paid out more

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than ?6,000 in claims in 2016, compared to around ?1,400

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It's asking dog walkers to keep their pets on leads in fields.

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It was so badly chewed and mutilated that he had to shoot it.

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Sheep-worrying is a growing problem for farmer Edmund Strainge.

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His flock's been attacked by dogs six times in the past seven years.

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One ewe had to be put down after the latest, last month.

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The worst thing about keeping sheep is to see this.

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Some things you can't control, but you should be

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The insurer NFU Mutual paid out more than ?6,000

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That's compares with just over ?1,400 in 2015.

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There are a number of factors involved.

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One is that people with dogs today very often are from urban areas.

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They don't have close links to countryside

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They don't realise there is the risk of a dog,

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and it goes back to its heritage as a wolf, can attack sheep.

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It's a criminal offence for dogs to worry sheep on agricultural land.

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Owners can be fined up to ?1,000, have their dogs confiscated

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by the police or council and, in the worst cases,

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where the farmers believe his sheep are at risk of harm,

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the farmer has the power to shoot a dog.

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One magazine said most owners know the risks.

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Mr Strainge is now focused on looking after the rest of his flock.

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He hopes his story might prevent further attacks in the future.

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A man from High Wycombe will serve at least 24 years in prison

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Ahsan Hassan killed 20-year-old Zofia Sadowska at a disused kebab

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shop before taking her body back to his home in a taxi last year.

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Police say he was consumed with jealousy.

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Police are investigating a suspected rape in Banbury town centre.

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A woman in her thirties says she was attacked and raped

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inside a house in Horse Fair in the early hours

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A 35-year-old man from Banbury has been arrested.

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It's been revealed that the trust that runs Oxfordshire's hospitals

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was targeted by cyber criminals in five separate attacks last year.

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No patient data was compromised and the attack levels

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But figures from NHS Digital show the number of cyber attacks

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on hospital trusts in England have more than tripled in

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The head of cyber security for the Oxford Trust

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says hackers are likely to increase their attacks,

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as patient records are moved from paper to an electronic system.

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Oxfordshire's new Chief Fire Officer is calling for more women

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Simon Furlong says he wants his force to better reflect society.

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He's already planning recruitment drives to employ more women

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The biggest changes for me are improving

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I want this organisation to reflect the communities we serve in gender

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representation and from ethnic minorities, black

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We want to represent the diverse communities within Oxfordshire.

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We have to step up and carry out more positive action.

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There is a short, medium and long-term solution.

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We need to learn from the military who have done a great

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They have really improved diversity around gender

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What can women bring to Oxfordshire Fire And Rescue?

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It allows us to understand our communities more,

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we can design services that meet needs, gender, ethnic

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minories to understand the needs of the community.

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As a white male I can never understand those needs.

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It is helping to design services and being representative.

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Possibly recruitment drives in future?

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Probably next year, and in five years, recruiting fire fighters.

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We will be advertising have a go days, positive action events.

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The public will always hear cuts to the emergency services,

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is that something Oxfordshire needs to be worried about?

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There is less money in the public purse, we understand that.

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We need to do things more efficiently and effectively

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by working together and in partnership.

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And collaborating with the police, Thames Valley Police and South

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Central ambulance, and looking at opportunities, looking at shared

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estates, sites at Farringdon. We have to look at every opportunity to

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be more effective, efficient and provide value for money for the

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communities we serve. Police from across the south,

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including officers from the Thames Valley,

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have attended the funeral of PC Keith Palmer who was murdered

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in the Westminster terror attack. Thousands of officers lined

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the streets of central London to witness the procession of PC

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Palmer's coffin before his funeral Flags have flown at half-mast

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from many police stations, in tribute to the victims

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of the attack. Major road works have started on one

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of the main routes into Swindon, The work on Akers Way will last 20

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weeks and will see sections At the moment, there are roadworks

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between St Mary's Church Roundabout and Cheney Manor Industrial Estate,

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which will continue Almost ?240,000 has been awarded

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for a project to help blue badge holders find empty parking

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spaces in Oxfordshire. The county council's been clamping

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down on people misusing the badges. 28 badges were seized in one sting

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operation last year. The new programme will help genuine

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badge holders in Oxford and Witney Candidates for the upcoming

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Oxfordshire County Council elections Voters must register by Thursday

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to be eligible to vote. Let's get more from our political

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reporter Bethan Phillips. Bethan, any surprises over who's

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standing for election this year? Any surprises in who's up

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for election this year? I think what stands out is who's

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not up for election. There's a total of 18 councillors

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who've decided to call it a day. Some who have served as councillors

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for a very long time indeed. It's also interesting to look

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at who is putting up candidates. There was real local

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election success across But they didn't win any

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seats in Oxfordshire. Then, of course, the county voted

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overall to remain in the EU. And I think that might well be part

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of the reason that Ukip is only standing this time in 11 of the 63

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divisions in Oxfordshire. What can we expect

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in election night? So probably a tense night

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ahead for everyone. The Conservatives don't have

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an overall majority at the moment. So they'll be hoping to pick

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up some extra seats. Whereas the other main parties,

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Labour, the Lib Dems, the Greens, will all be looking to try and stop

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that from happening. For voters, you've only got

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until Thursday to register. As always, there's been a push

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to encourage students to sign up. A big student population in Oxford,

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and they're not always known for being very organised

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and registering to vote But Oxford University

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Students' Union says it's I think it is certainly interesting,

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the issues, and once we make the connection between the issues

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they are interested and these elections, then suddenly you get

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people who are interested, We also have elections coming up

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for Wiltshire Council Each of the council websites has

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a full list of candidates. A six-year study into puffins

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by experts at Oxford University has revealed that birds which stay

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closer to their partners The migration pattern of puffins has

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been examined using miniature 12 pairs were studied,

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and those that stayed on a similar path bred more

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successfully later on. The project also looked

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at success rates in breeding, and found that female puffins

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foraging for food during the winter Gold bars thought to worth

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?2 million have been found inside the engine of an old military

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tank bought on eBay. Nick Mead, who lives near Brackley,

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discovered five gold bars which weigh around five kilograms

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each hidden inside the tank The tank is thought to have

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belonged to the Iraqi army Nick won't benefit from

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the gold, it's been taken I don't knokw whether this

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is hundreds of thousands One thing for certain,

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I don't want it sitting Now, if you'd like to get in touch

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with us here at South Today to tell us about stories you think we should

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be covering, you can e-mail us. Our address is

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[email protected] Or join the conversation

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on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The action from Oxford's

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game against Walsall, and the Swindon v MK Dons match

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is coming up in a few minutes. Before that, here's

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the rest of South Today. to witness the procession of PC

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Palmer's coffin before his funeral at Southwark

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Cathedral this afternoon. Still to come in South Today,

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the agony and the ecstasy - a missed chance to win the Masters, but

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Hampshire clinch victory in style. 18 people have been arrested

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in an operation by Hampshire and Thames Valley Police,

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targeting criminals Officers seized cocaine

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with a street value of around Other arrests were made for crimes

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including theft and driving Forty-two vehicles were seized

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for having no insurance or license. 42 vehicles were seized for having

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no insurance or license. People and businesses in

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South Reading are calling for more A loophole in licensing laws

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allowing airport bars to sell alcohol all day,

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and to under 18s, should be closed Sussex Police say they're currently

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unable to bring sanctions against bars selling alcohol

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to children at Gatwick Airport. One airline says it suffered

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more than 250 incidents of alcohol-fuelled disruption

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last summer alone. But today Gatwick said it was happy

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with an industry code of practice and didn't want to see

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the law tightened. A flight is diverted,

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and a drunk passenger arrested and later jailed for

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assaulting a crew member. At the moment, the

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Licensing Act, which controls the sale of alcohol,

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does not apply once according to the House of Lords

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committee set up to scrutinise it, It can be quite intimidating

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to see a whole gang of people board a plane,

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obviously the worse for drink, and we believe that the police,

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the airlines, and the retailers should have the tools

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to do their job, and therefore the The committee heard from one airline

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which suffered hundreds of summer. Sussex Police said all but

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one outlet airside at Gatwick sold alcohol to an under-18

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test purchaser. Certainly, bringing the licensing

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laws here at Gatwick into line with those just down the road

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in Crawley will do something about the sort of people who cannot board

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a flight at 7am without a large gin But ultimately, the public needs

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to understand that you cannot get onto an aircraft

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when you are drunk, or indeed, This former pilot says airport

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and airline crew can usually step in to stop

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any potential trouble. As a captain, if somebody walks

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into an aircraft, and the cabin crew have any concerns,

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they will be straight into the cockpit, they will say we have just

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boarded two people, we are not too sure, and straightaway you will just

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ask for security to come and look at Both airport operators

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and the Home Office say the current voluntary code of conduct

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is still the best way forward. The report from the Lords

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says it is clearly not Sara Smith, BBC

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South Today, Gatwick. People and businesses in south

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Reading are calling for more This space behind shops

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on the Shinfield Road has But local residents say each time it

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fills up again within days and they've so far not been able

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to find out exactly The rubbish is often dumped

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at night, it attracts rats and people renting garages

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here can't get to them. We did once use it for parking and,

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obviously, you can't now. It has got a really bad smell

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and it is really not There is children coming

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out of the houses Nearly four months after it closed,

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a community application to reopen a Berkshire swimming pool

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is being considered The Arthur Hill Memorial

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Baths shut in December after Reading Borough Council said

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it couldn't afford to keep it open. Swimmers who used the pool have

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submitted an outline business plan and set up a community interest

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company to run it if necessary. More than ?10,000 was raised

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through an appeal to take Dorset Police's marine unit has been

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drafted in to help tackle gangs of poachers raiding birds'

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nests in Poole Harbour. Nests of rare and protected

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Mediterranean gulls have been disturbed on several

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of the islands there. The charity Birds of Poole Harbour

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is assessing the damage. The torturers are looking for eggs.

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This, a chicken's egg, probably worth about 20p. -- the poachers.

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These documents are a delicacy, they are a delicacy, but the higher on

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the available for a few weeks a year. -- viz duck eggs. They can

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legally only be collected from four sites, none of which are in Dorset.

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Such is the capital's appetite, that people are now prepared to break the

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law. Poole Harbour is

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a haven for wildlife. The Mediterranean gull has made some

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of the islands its home, Almost 70% of the colony have

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disappeared, been taken. We found the nests empty

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and the islands which are uninhabited and have no human access

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were crisscrossed with footprints. So we came to the understanding

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that, unfortunately, The Mediterranean gull

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in the foreground looks very similar And it is the demand

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for black-headed gull eggs that is threatening

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the Mediterranean gull. Black-headed gull eggs have

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been deemed safe to eat However, no-one's ever tested

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Mediterranean gull eggs. Now, this is a schedule one species

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heavily protected by law, and they are potentially being sold

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in areas that no-one knows whether they are

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safe to eat or not, OK? So there is a big health

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issue attached to this. Now Dorset Police are patrolling

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the waters and asking anyone who sees anything suspicious

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to contact them. We will be looking at anyone

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who should not be on the islands because they are protected islands

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themselves. There has been no licence

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issued within Dorset. So anyone in the wrong place

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at the wrong time and should not be there will obviously come

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to our attention. It is not illegal to set foot

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on the islands but police want to talk to this

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man, seen recently. The nesting sites are being

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monitored now as the breeding But the impact is already

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being felt elsewhere. An entire brood of tern chicks

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on Brownsea were eaten by the gulls Birds of Poole Harbour are keeping

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a close eye on what happens next. Interesting issue. Looking lovely in

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Poole Harbour. We will have the weather shortly before us, the

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sport. If I am a bit bleary eyed, it is because I was watching the

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Masters, Justin Rose! You could not leave it. Half past

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midnight, could not go to bed. Dramatic night. Lots up injured in

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the night. During the evening, breaking news from Reading FC.

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Reading's co-owner has told South Today the Thai consortium

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who run the Championship club are selling reluctantly but that

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a Chinese brother and sister can do a lot better for the Royals.

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Lady Sasima Srivikorn talked to South Today after the Football

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League cleared the way for a takeover at

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But as Ben Moore reports, the Premier League may

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Only the Canaries were singing at the Royals' 7-1 drubbing

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But although humiliating, the defeat will not realistically damage

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The news less than 24 hours later that the Football League have

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conditionally approved a Chinese takeover will have

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To tell you the truth, we do not want to sell the club.

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But we have not much choice, you know?

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It is just endless, OK, and very expensive.

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This brother and sister made a fortune building underground

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The pair are not strangers to English football and tried to buy

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Hull last summer but were thwarted because of concerns over

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That has led to concerns that there could be another block,

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denying the Royals access to the Premier League if they go up.

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We like this brother and sister team.

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I think they are sincere and they can do a lot

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Are you worried at all that the Chinese had their application

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to take over Hull FC blocked by the Premier League?

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I am not worried because I am sure, at the end of the day, the EPL

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And if they pass them, that means it is good.

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Reading could face one big change with the possibility of a takeover,

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long-time chairman Sir John Madejski could finally take

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Reading's defeat doesn't harm their play off hopes.

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It was a great weekend for Brighton, whose victory on Friday night at QPR

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coupled with Newcastle's defeat puts them back in pole

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Technically, they need 7 points to go up, in reality,

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Congratulations to Brighton and Hove Albion's Anthony Knockart,

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he was named Championship player of the year at last night's

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More prizes are coming Brighton's way.

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Meanwhile, Portsmouth were named the EFL's

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community club of the year, and that's probably not the only

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award the Fratton Park club will claim in the next week or so.

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Pompey are on course for promotion after this 3-1 over Yeovil.

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Gareth Evans' penalty put them in front.

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Kal Naismith restored the lead, beating the keeper at the near post.

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Jamaal Lowe did the same soon after, 3-1.

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Portsmouth need a maximum of 8 points to go up from 5 games.

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Golf in a moment, first, the other football headlines.

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Southampton showed resilience, flair, and quality in their 1-0 win

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at West Brom, and should have scored more than

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the solitary goal, the

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first in the Premier League for Jordy Clasie.

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Tony Pulis' side were threatening an equaliser by

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Fraser Forster secured all three points, though, with a

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series of saves, including this from Jonny Evans in the last minute.

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Bournemouth's five-match unbeaten run has gone a long way to securing

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the Premier League status, barring a collapse

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in the home straight, and

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they gave Chelsea a tough examination on Saturday night.

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Diego Costa's slice took a fortunate deflection off Alan Smith

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Eden Hazard rounded Artur Boruc soon after to make it 2-0.

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They hit the post, and then Josh King fired in

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The fightback ended after the break, though.

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Marcus Alonzo's free kick unstoppable, just like Chelsea this

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Justin Rose played a part in one of the great Masters Sundays

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as he and Sergio Garcia battled it out for the famous green

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The former North Hants golf club member was beaten in a play off

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after a dramatic contest with his Spanish Ryder cup partner,

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which saw the players go toe to toe through the back nine

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Both missed putts to win the year's first Major on the final hole,

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so it went to a sudden death play off.

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Rose fired his tee shot into the pines.

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And Garcia took advantage, sinking this putt to birdie

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Sudden death is sudden death. You're in it and suddenly it is all over.

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It was a great day. It really was. We separated ourselves from the

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field and you had a great comeback. On 13, we made par through the

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trees. That was the turning point for him. I am happy for Sergio. I

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would love to wear the green jacket, but if it wasn't me, I feel good for

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him. Great sportsmanship in golf. And a tweet from Justin Rose

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which has been universally praised. As he congratulates

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Sergio and admits "sport in the moment can be tough,

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but, it's just sport. Surrey have beaten Warwickshire

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by an innings and one run in their opening

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county championship match. Meanwhile, Hampshire won their game

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at Yorkshire in thrilling style. Gareth Berg hit this six

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as the county chased a huge 321 Five of the six teams contesting

:23:56.:23:58.

this summer's America's Cup are practising in Bermuda, including

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the Portsmouth based Landrover BAR There was a dramatic

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moment for the defenders Oracle team USA this weekend

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when their 50 foot foiling catamaran tipped over in the Great Sound,

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the team's own video teams caught It follows a near miss on Friday

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with Artemis Racing of Sweden. Dramatic images and a reminder that

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when those boats are going at 50 mph, it is pretty dangerous at

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times. Great weekend of sport but a great

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weekend of whether as well. The barbecues came out, the bikinis came

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out... They did indeed. It was the highest

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temperature of the year so far. This week, in some places, 10 Celsius

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cooler. Shazz Hooper took this picture

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of a barn in amongst Colin Lee photographed Watts Park

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in Southampton bursting with colour. There was plenty of sunshine and we

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will do it all again tomorrow. Temperatures this week slightly

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cooler than me whether the weekend. This week, a lot of dry weather in

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general. It is only try Easter weekend as well. Only a spot of rain

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here and there. Clear skies over me tonight. Any cloud that built up

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today will melt up tonight. There are laws in towns and cities of

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6-8 C. Cloud. To build during the afternoon tomorrow, particularly for

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the North and East. Temperatures could reach highs of 14, maybe 15

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Celsius and it will be a breezy afternoon. The breeze is quite

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strong for the South coast and Isle of Wight. It is a lovely evening

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tomorrow night with lots of sunshine on offer. Cloud. To increase for

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some during the early hours of Wednesday morning. Quite a cloudy

:25:56.:25:59.

start to Wednesday and cloudy in general through the day. Tomorrow

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night's temperatures are down to around 6-7 C. They will not be a lot

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more clever and on Wednesday. Brightest bells even there. Breezy

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day, coming from the west, and liked and patchy rain. More likely in

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Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and areas north of Berkshire. Quite a

:26:18.:26:23.

lot of dry weather around as well, fair amount of cloud with highs of

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14 and 15. The winds for later through Thursday and it should be

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mainly dry with some bright and sunny intervals, patchy cloud here

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and there. Similar scenario on Good Friday. Sunny spells to be had.

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Chance of rain after dark but, generally, should be dry during the

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course of the day with the high of 12 and 13 Celsius. Looking to the

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Easter weekend, Good Friday is mainly dry until the evening,

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showers expected on Saturday that will be hit and miss, and dry on

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Easter Day and Easter Monday. That is not sound too bad. Thank you

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very much. I think we have been quite spoiled!

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Thank you very much. There is a new summary at 8pm and we will be back

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at 10:30pm as well. Thanks been there. Good night. -- thanks for

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being there. There are times in the life

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of a nation when the choices we make define

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the character of our country, times when people stand up

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and demand real, significant change.

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