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Hello and welcome to South Today. had then we would not them.

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In tonight's programme - murdered in her own home.

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The family of a woman attacked by a gang in Milton Keynes are calling

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A lot of the time, when incidents happen, we are only left with

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number. Also on the way, the

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dangers of trespassing. The Paralympian who lost

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his leg on a railway bringing a Cold War

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relic back to life, but the cost of restoring

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this control tower in The Chinese community

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in Milton Keynes is demanding police do more to protect

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them, after a woman Hang Yin-Leung died in hospital,

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following a gang attack in January. But Thames Valley Police says there

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is no evidence that the Chinese Kate Bradbrook has been to met

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Hang Yin-Leung's son Keith. It is now two months

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since Keith Leung's mother Hang-Yin died following a burglary

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here at her home in Milton Keynes. Dad has lost one of his

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closest friends, actually. The home is now empty

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and there is no-one for Dad The six men forced their way in,

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knocking Mrs Leung, a retired Hong Kong plice officer,

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to the ground. No-one has yet been

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charged with her murder. The fact that these people

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are still at large, I really hope no-one has to go

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through the trauma that we have had to go through or have their homes

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or houses ransacked. and there is concern

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within the Chinese community that criminals are targeting them,

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hoping to find cash. Now, three Chinese churches

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in the area have written to the Chief Constable

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of Thames Valley Police, A lot of them, if they are

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in the catering trade, the perception is that they

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are a cash community. They have a lot of cash

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at home or in the business. Do you feel that the police

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and the council are doing No, we don't feel that,

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because we feel let down by the authorities and, a lot

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of the time, when incidents happen, it seems we are only left

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with a crime number. This is the letter outlining

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the community's concerns. I have also got here the reply

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from Thames Valley Police. They say only 4% of burglaries

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committed in Milton Keynes affect Both the council leader

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here and also police officers have The force says it is doing

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everything it can to find A woman arrested after a boy

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was found dead at a house in Faringdon has been detained under

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the Mental Health Act. Five-year-old Tyler Warmington

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was found at Bromsgrove He had suffered stab

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wounds in his chest. Police say their murder

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investigation is ongoing. A police detective who allegedly

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placed a toy monkey on a black colleague's desk has been

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accused of gross misconduct. Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau

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is accused of making racist remarks and telling the woman to make him

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cups of tea "when the black A four-day misconduct hearing will

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start in Oxford, later this month. A Paralympian who lost his leg

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while trespassing on a railway line near Milton Keynes is warning

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young people to not put themselves at risk.

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The problem is at a five-year high. Figures from British Transport

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Police show 127 young people were caught last year in the Reading

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area and 119 around Milton Keynes. John Maguire has been

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to meet Simon Munn, It would just have been a field,

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leading up to a fence. Like I say, even walklng towards it,

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I knew it was going to be here. I knew what my decision was going

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to be and that was to come here, jump the fence and take

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a shortcut home. The passing train serves

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as a timely reminder to the dangers of Simon Munn's fateful

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decision that night 27 years ago. I couldn't get my foot out and was,

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literally, waiting for a train to come along and take my leg off,

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as it were. It seemed like it was a fortnight,

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but it was only a few minutes. Having lost his leg, Simon,

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always a keen sportsman, It has been a major part

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of his life ever since. He has represented Britain

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in seven Paralympic Games, travelled the world and won a whole

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host of medals. But still, he wishes he had gone

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nowhere near the railway line. My life since then has been,

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you know, pretty good, But right now, yeah,

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I'd have my leg back, 100%. Simon realises that he was both

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lucky and unlucky that night. Unfortunate to get hit

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by the train in the first place, but incredibly fortunate

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to escape with his life. There's been a rise in the number

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of incidents involving horses The British Horse Society says

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there were 31 accidents last year and two horsesare known

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to have died. Drivers are now being warned

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to reduce their speed. Serena Martin has been to meet one

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rider in Oxfordshire. If a car and a horse

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collide, it can be serious. We had a tractor in the middle

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of a motorway bridge, trying to get past us,

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as we were in the middle. We also had a ride of ten children

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down and asked a motorbike to slow down and stop and he slammed

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on his horn as he came And the worst one, I had a minibus

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go into the back of my pony, cos it was spooked in the middle

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of the road and they would not wait. There was a lay-by there

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and they just wanted past, so they ended up going right

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into the back of her. But it could have

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broken her back legs. The British Horse Society says

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the problem is increasing. Last year, more than 400

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incidents were reported, including one horse

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fatality in Oxfordshire. We are running a campaign called

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Dead Slow at the moment, which is raising awareness

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and encouraging people to report when they have had a near miss

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or an incident on the road with a car

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or another road user. We are getting a lot

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more reports coming in, but I think roads are busy places

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and you have far more people trying to get to work,

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get to school, and the pressure on people's time is a lot more,

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so people always tend to be The Highway Code says

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that, like this driver, you should pass slowly,

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give horse riders plenty of room and heed any signal to slow

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down or stop. I can't take my horse out

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on the road any more. I think that is the stage

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it is going to get to. People do not think horses

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should be out on the road and my one has had so many bad

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experiences that I cannot It is horrid, because here,

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we do not have any bridalways, And it only takes a couple of

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seconds to stop, to let us go past. With the bank holiday just around

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the corner and more people expected to be out and about riding,

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Stephanie hopes drivers Hundreds of mental health

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patients in Oxfordshire are being left to cope alone

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after leaving hospital, according to the mental

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health charity, Mind. It is now calling

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for new guidelines. A short time ago, I spoke

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to Vicki Nash from the charity. When you leave hospital following a

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mental author traces, you could've been in hospital for a few days or

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for a few months that is very important that you the rate support

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around you to help your recovery. The first few days are critical. At

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your most vulnerable litters the when people are most likely to take

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the time when people are most likely to take their own lives. Statistics

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show the toys is likely to commit suicide at that point. Conditions

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they were hospital can be just as overwhelming. Why is the support not

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place? In some places it is, in another it is not. One in ten people

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in England were not been followed up with him these seven days. That is

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an absolute must do. It is a patient safety matter for the hospital

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trusts. What do you want done? We want people to be seen 48 hours

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after being discharged following a mentally author traces. Savimbi 's

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simply too want to weep if your recovery is at risk.

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More than 20 million cars are expected to be on the roads

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this weekend, as part of the Easter getaway.

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There are also 200 rail engineering works taking

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place over the next few days, as well.

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The A34 through Oxfordshire and the M4 in Berkshire could be

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among the busiest routes in the country.

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Traffic here on the A34 has been building steadily this afternoon,

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with cars and campervans fully loaded, ready for the long weekend.

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The stretch between Abingdon up to the M40's predicted to be one

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It is a major route, connecting the South Coast up to the north.

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And the M4 westbound from London to Newbury could see queues

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of around 90 minutes, as plenty of Londoners head out

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The RAC says it expects traffic to peak on Easter Sunday,

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but should not be as heavy as in previous years.

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Some schools have already taken the fortnight off some are halfway

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through. So, the overall volume should be slightly law. But let's

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not be on the renewal usuals, it only takes one single breakdown in

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extent, to bring a road to a standstill, but hopefully, things

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should not be as bad as in previous years.

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As for the trains, the good news is that Network Rail says 95%

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of services will be running as normal,

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but there are a few engineering projects to tell

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On GWR, formerly First Great Western, there will be a reduced

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service in and out of Bath Spa, while the station is being upgraded.

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On Chiltern Railways, there will be a reduced service

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between Aylesbury Vale Parkway and London Marylebone on Good Friday

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And on South West Trains, from Reading Station, there will be

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fewer services to and from Waterloo from Friday to Sunday,

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because of new signalling and track replacement work.

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If you are heading to the airports, it is worth noting that there

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is a reduced service to Heathrow from Paddington on Saturday,

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while there is no Gatwick Express servic from Victoria

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As always, the general advice is to check before you travel

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and allow plenty of extra time for your journey.

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I will be back with headlines at eight o'clock and another

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For the rest of today's stories, here is Jo Kent.

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831, -- a 31. The traffic jams can last for hours, but hold's a is

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lovely this evening. Thank you very much poll

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Still to come in South Today - we're in search of the sound of spring...

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An Byeong-hun for a remarkable bird that has travelled across 4000 miles

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ready for the new season. Significantly more money needs to be

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spent before the historic former air traffic control tower

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at Greenham Common can be The grade-two listed building

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was supposed to be refurbished But unexpected and urgent

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repairs have eaten away at the initial budget,

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and the restoration work has stuttered through changes

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of leadership and rows over how It stands alone - looking

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out on a landscape now The former Greenham Common airbase

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control tower was mothballed when the US military pulled out

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in the early 1990s - but unused, it slowly

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fell into disrepair. Five years ago, South Today reported

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Greenham parish council was keen to take over and refurbish

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the building, bringing it back It's an idea those enjoying

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the common today seem to support. I think it would be a great shame to

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let it crumble. I am all in favour of saving a building like this. Get

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a drink in the cafe and a historical stuff of the kids as well why not? I

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think they should carry on. The refurbished tower with it's

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Cold War exhibition, cafe and this viewing gallery should

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have been finished and open to the publc last summer,

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but stabilising the building and repairing the roof cost

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far more than expected. Although the bulk of the work is now

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complete, finishing will require significantly more money -

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and that's led some to conclude the entire project

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has been mismanaged. ?650,000 in initial

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grants has been used up - some of that wasted

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on an unnecessary And several concerned locals spoke

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out about the spiralling costs at a public meeting last night,

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where parish councillors confirmed they'll be

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applying for an additional They've already allocated

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up to ?60,000. We are optimistic that it will pay

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its own way eventually. Yes, we have two waves some more money we are

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going to have to raise the tax precept to pay for that alone. It is

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taking the cancel three years to make this happen and we will

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succeed. Those in charge are confident that the tower will be

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opened by the end of this year. It will be good when it's done. Wanted.

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Two people arrested for investigating child abuse at the

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accusations against Edward Heath had been released and will face no

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further accusation. Operation conifer has been asking people to

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come forward. These were the only two people arrested.

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West Sussex County Council has been accused of being too slow to recover

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up to ?1 million from suppliers whose bills it may have

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Much of the money has now been recovered but only after opposition

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The council says a dispute with a contractor led to a delay

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in the process and it now has tighter rules in place

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Sean Killick is outside County Hall in Chichester.

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Sean, what's the background to this?

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Andrew Rowson was hired by the council here to check for bills

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In June 2013, he drew up a list of nearly 200 payments

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He asked for more information so he could check them -

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but says the council wasn't helpful and in the two years of his contract

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He says he was to be paid by results, and he never sent them

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full details of the duplicate payments.

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upfront, and says they failed to agree how they would go

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But I gather some of the money has now been recovered?

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Last autumn Mr Rowson gave details of 8 of those payments to a Ukip

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The council says it's managed to recover around ?76,000 of those,

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The council has now hired a new company to review the old payments -

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But there's a legal time limit of 6 years.

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What have the politicians had to say about it?

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Labour says double payment money could have been used to help

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Labour says double payment money could have been used to help

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And the ruling Conservatives say in 2014 they introduced tighter

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rules to avoid duplicate payments, and are currently having

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the rules externally reviewed to make them tighter still.

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Onto sport and promotion dreams could be realised for two

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Tony's in Portsmouth tonight ahead of a big game tomorrow Tony.

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It certainly is Joe. There is a buzz in Pompey when it comes to football.

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They could be celebrating promotion by Monday, and not scanty. First up,

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it Plymouth at Fratton Park tomorrow. Addictive and age to this

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game now. The back page, says never forget, don't forget to clinics that

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beat Portsmouth in the play-offs last season. One of the Pompey

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players says that he can stand Plymouth. If Portsmouth and get

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themselves a couple of wins this week, it will certainly help to

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erase the memories of last season when they came so close. And of

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course, the three points against Plymouth would erase the memories of

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a damaging defeat last year. Plymouth have scored in the last

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minute of time added on! That's the truth of the matter,

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we don't need to speak There should be mutual

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respect each from both sides in relation to what both

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teams can do, but I think both teams, going into the game,

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will believe that they can win the And Portsmouth's game

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against Plymouth is a sell out You can listen to live commentary

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on BBC Radio Solent. 20 years after nearly dropping out

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of the football league Brighton could be on the brink

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of leaving it- to join This is the first weekend

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in which Brighton could in theory secure promotion to the top flight,

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ending a 34 year absence. Chris Hughton's men

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are at Wolves tomorrow night, If they lose and Albion win,

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they're as good as up. If not, promotion could come

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on Monday at home to Wigan. everybody is capable of winning and

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losing games and that's as included. Our aim has to be to win as many

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games of these five as we can and to make sure that we put it in our own

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hands as opposed to relying on other fixtures and other results. That is

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the best way to approach it. You can follow the weekend football BBC

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local radio football. Poole town have had a blow. They have been told

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they cannot compete in the National League play-offs. They're currently

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in the play-off positions and will appeal. A stone's from here, here in

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Portsmouth, is the headquarters of Land Rover BA are in the latest

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round they have only one run of their races, that Sir Benes Lee's

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team. -- Sir Ben Ainslie's. If you were watching last night he would

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have seen Chris Temple was with the English women's rugby players

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Well Poppy has come along way since that appearance

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stick with us we can make you a sporting store. Bat sporting store.

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are famous for heralding a change in the seasons, they're also

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infamous as con artists who trick other birds into hatching

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But a project in the New Forest involving satellite tracking

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is revealing what champions they are at migrating.

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The first cuckoos are just arriving after a 4,000 mile mile

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No sign of Selbourne yet and I been told he's on his way. Nella Makro

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Selborne was named after the help -- at Hampshire village where Gilbert

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White lived. Last year he was one of 70 27 GPS tracker fitted. By fitting

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small satellite transmitters to them, we can then follow their

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journey to Africa, work-out what route they take and what threats

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they take on the way perhaps. So where has he been? Selbourne set off

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from the new Forest last June. By July he was in Somalia before

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heading to Gabon for winter. The return leg started in January go a

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buyer Deanie. -- by a guinea. He crossed the Sahara and is the first

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of the tagged birds to return home. Do you want to hear? It's very

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distinctive it sound something like this. To have the locals heard any

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cuckoos. ? It is lovely to hear them, it makes you think spring is

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awakening. Hopefully will start to see them and hear them. Cookies are

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mostly in Africa because the weather is -- cuckoo are mostly in Africa.

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They make and eight that looks like the egg of another bird, they lay

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the aid in that nest and let the other bird foster parent their

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child. -- chick. We could not find Selbourne, but Keith says that the

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word has weather hasn't helped. Over the next few weeks I will be looking

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for Selbourne because I want to find out where he has been. I'm sure he

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is hiding there. Selbourne may be already back in Blighty but you can

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check the six other cuckoo 's on-air website. The lecture is here, so

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let's take a look at that weather. Easter weekend of course so loads

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going on. It's not a wash-out by any means.

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This picture was at Wilton, in Wiltshire yesterday. It's day mainly

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dry overnight. As it will be tonight. Maybe the odd spot of

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drizzle here and there. With the clear skies, temperatures will drop

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to around five Celsius. Where we have the clout we are looking at

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loads from 7-8 C. The best of the brightness for the south coast

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tomorrow. Sunshine may develop in other places, but there is the

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chance of some patchy rain. That is more likely to tomorrow afternoon

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and evening. Heavy for a time tomorrow evening and overnight.

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Temperatures in the sun tomorrow will reach a high of 14 Celsius, it

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will be quite breezy the breeze coming in from the south and west.

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Showers could be heavy for a time in the early hours of Saturday morning

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but, but for most it will be drier on Saturday and cabbages will be a

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bit milder, loads of 7-8 C. So Saturday is one of the better days

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of the bank holiday. The cold front moves away and clear size will start

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to develop through the afternoon it will be cool with the breeze. The

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breeze coming from a so fresh air through the of Saturday. The risk of

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the odd shower the further east you are. The weekend as a whole looks

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rather cool. Some cool air on Saturday, sunny spells at times,

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more likely to Saturday and Sunday and a little bit of rain as well. So

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the outlook, for the rest of the weekend, Good Friday, quite cloudy

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in general, sunny intervals here and there, rain expected later on.

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Saturday a lot of sunshine but a little bit of uncertainty on Sunday

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as to a weather front over the midline. It makes that its way

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South, but we will hope it stays in the Midlands and the will stay dry

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with mainly sunny conditions. That all from us, there is a new summary

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at eight and we will be back at 10:30pm as well. Thank you for your

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company have a lovely evening, good night.

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