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In tonight's programme, will anyone contest his seat?

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John Bercow's decision to seek a third term as Speaker, and what it

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Also, the Ukip councillor who broke the law by parking in a disabled

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bay, using a blue badge that didn't belong to him.

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Production of the Mini is halted in Oxford as workers strike

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And, later on, taking heart through art -

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the extraordinary story of the girl who's beaten the odds

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One is planning to go - the other is planning to stay.

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The longest serving MP in our region, Labour's Andrew Smith,

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He's represented Oxford East for 30 years.

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More on his decision in a few minutes.

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Meanwhile, in Buckingham, John Bercow, says he'll be seeking

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a third term as Speaker of the Commons.

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It means fewer options for voters in his constituency.

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Traditionally the main parties don't contest the Speaker's seat -

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John Bercow has been MP for Buckingham for nearly two decades.

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But most of us know he better as Speaker of the House of Commons.

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Tried to calm down and behaves like an adult. If you can't, if it's

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beyond you, leave the chamber, get out, we'll manage without you!

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Since Bercow took office as Speaker in 2009 the main political parties

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have not stood against him in his constituency.

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If he's going to be an MP for a town he's got to be able to get in touch

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with his constituents. We've got to be able to get in touch with him. It

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can be a bit annoying if you've got different views to the speaker but

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it's just the way it goes, someone's got to have him. It's annoying you

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don't have a vote that counts because you can't vote the other

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parties. confirmed that he will be standing

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for a third term as speaker. What choice do people here in

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Buckingham have at the ballot box? Labour and Conservative parties have

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already said they won't be fielding any opposition candidates. Ukip and

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the Greens have previously fielded candidates here in Buckingham and

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now billable Democrats say they will be putting up opposition in

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Buckingham too. 78,000 electors in one particular constituency, in this

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case Buckingham, are effectively denied a proper choice in general

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elections. This is a particularly important election, possibly the

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most important in a generation. There's less than a month

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for parties to choose a candidate to stand,

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the deadline for Our political editor Peter Henley

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has spent the day at Westminster. Earlier I asked him what MPs

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make of John Bercow John Bercow splits

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opinions around here. It's not easy being the referee,

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especially one who makes it so clear A lot of people felt he overstepped

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the mark saying President Trump However, he's been a force

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for change, and I think on all sides there are people who say that saying

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he's not going to resign, withdrawing the resignation idea,

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because he's not really serving the full term, is not

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such a bad thing. Voting for a snap election today,

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one Conservative MP called it This is their jobs

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on the line, isn't it? And three years earlier

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than they would have expected. Then they've got to serve

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another two years. Oxford East's Labour MP

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Andrew Smith today said he was going to be standing down,

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he won't fight the next election. He wrote to his constituents

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thanking them for 30 years of support, and pointing out that

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in 2022, he would be 71. So the city starts, tonight,

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looking for a new candidate. Will that make Oxford more of

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a target for the Liberal Democrats? Certainly in Oxfordshire,

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a lot more people voted Liberal Democrat campaigners

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know their way to Whitney from the by-election,

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and Oxford West and Abingdon next So, certainly I think we'll see

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a lot of Lib Dem attention. But it's not just about Brexit,

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this snap election. Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Minister's

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Questions today was talking about issues that resonate

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in the local elections already. On school funding, a lot of parents

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told what new schools their children The high cost of housing,

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he was talking about And so this campaign already looks

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like it's getting started, with Theresa May saying she's

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going to be getting out and visiting people on the doorsteps,

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and even on a limited manifesto with no TV appearances by her,

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her opponents are going to be posing A teenage boy and a 21-year-old

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man have been jailed for their part in a hate crime

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against a transgender The 40-year-old victim was walking

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home in the Southcourt area of Aylesbury in July last year

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when he was attacked and robbed. 17-year-old Owen Wise

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from New Street was jailed for six years whilst Michael Thorpe

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from Beech Green was sentenced A Ukip councillor from

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Buckinghamshire has been fined for parking in a disabled bay,

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using a blue badge that Chris Adams is a member of both

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Buckinghamshire County Council He was caught using his friend's

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parking pass in Portsmouth last September, even though a multistorey

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car park was nearby. Christopher Adams stood

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for Ukip in Aylesbury But it was here, in Portsmouth, last

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September, where the 50-year-old Ukip councillor was confronted

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by a parking warden for wrongly Portsmouth Magistrates' Court heard

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he'd travelled for a three day Ukip conference in Bournemouth,

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with his friend who But later that week -

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without his friend - he attended a wedding

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and used the permit to park. In his county council constituency -

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there's been mixed A person in authority should really

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be above and beyond that. They should show a good example to the

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rest of the public. If anybody does it, it's wrong. He's just a human

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being, isn't he. He's meant to be a role model demonstrating what you'd

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expect everyone to demonstrate. It's wrong, it's stupid.

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The court heard he'd wrongfully used the permit -

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despite being close to a multi storey car park.

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When questioned by the warden, who confiscated the badge,

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he admitted to being "a naughty boy".

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Being a naughty boy makes light of it. He shouldn't have done it. There

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is no excuse for doing that, certainly not under the

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circumstances in which he did it. The Ukip councillor later

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pleaded guilty in court He's been fined more than ?350

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and ordered to pay around In a statement Buckinghamshire

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County Council said it takes abuse of the blue badge system seriously,

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and investigates all instances reported to them. The statement

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later says it can refuse to renew a badge if it has been misused. Police

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are hunting a man who fell to return to prison in Buckinghamshire on

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Sunday. He was released from Spring Hill prison on a temporary licence.

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He is serving a sentence for robbery, attempted robbery and

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burglary. He was last seen in North London.

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Pangbourne fire station in Berkshire is to close.

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But but the fire authority says retained station at Wargrave

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near Henley will be kept open for at least another year -

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if savings can be found elsewhere, and the number of firefighters

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A 24-hour strike has halted production of the Mini

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The dispute is over BMW's plans to close the final

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The firm says it's disappointed at the action -

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but that customers orders should not be affected.

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Andy Howard reports has spent the day at

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This factory in Swindon didn't make anything today,

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because most of the staff walked out, for the first time

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Let's say his annual wage is ?30,000 - he would've been expecting ?20,000

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But that pension plan has suddenly been scrapped.

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Now, he says he'd get more like ?14,000 a year or even less

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If Trevor lives to 80, he could be about ?120,000 worse

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I feel very disappointed, I feel like the company has let me down.

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I've worked there for 36 years and now they are trying to rob me of my

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retirement. Today the picket line

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was full of similar stories. I would stand to lose in excess of

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?120,000 from my pension pot. That's money myself and my family would

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lose. I want to retire with dignity and respect and BMW should honour

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that. Even the union's assistant general

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secretary visited, to add his voice. Our people are being treated

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differently in the UK than Germany, Austria and elsewhere. The company

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need to sit down with us and negotiate a proper deal that will

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satisfy everybody, unfortunately we are a long way from that at the

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moment. BMW's statement said this type

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of pension is "unsustainable and unaffordable in the long term",

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and they are changing it now to "protect existing and future

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pensions...and ensure long term competitiveness

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of the UK operation". Whether you think they're

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masterpieces or not, there was no progress

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on the production line here today. Train services between Milton Keynes

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and London Euston are facing severe The London station was closed

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following a fire in lineside Services operated by

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London Midland, Southern, Virgin and London Overground have

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all been affected. Disruption is expected to continue

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until around 8 o'clock tonight. Last month we told you about an one

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eyed dog who had been at an RSPCA Tyson, a five-year-old

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rotweiller cross, was one of the longest residents

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at Blackberry Farm near Aylesbury. He had to have an eye removed

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after being scratched by a cat. Today, after 330 days,

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he's finally gone to a new home. A family saw our story -

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and felt like Tyson would make We hope Tyson is enjoying his new

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family. Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. Stay with us as we meet

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the extraordinary teenager who has overcome her difficulties

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to become a renowned artist. It's been dubbed

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"Britain's Palm Beach". A small, very exclusive

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peninsula of homes and hotels Well, now a ?250 million

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project has been proposed which could radically change

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the face of Sandbanks. Our reporter, Jo Kent,

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can join us live tonight. It is this view behind me that has

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made Sandbanks one of the world's most expensive property hotspots.

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The man who runs three hotels here says they are not doing Sandbanks

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justice. The buildings are too old and they need to be rebuilt. The

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dual in John Butterworth's crown is the Sandbanks hotel, it fronts will

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harbour and backs onto the towns of blue flag beach. He says it is not

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fit for purpose and he was to replace it with a larger, luxury

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5-star offering. I'd like to think, and this might

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sound a bit emotional, that I can step back and leave

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the local people and the town that I love with something

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they would be proud of. I'd like to think we have been able

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to provide the town with this international,

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award-winning hotel. Is this a controversial move?

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Well, it says, because that redevelopment of the Sandbanks hotel

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would come at the expense of this hotel, the Haven, stood here since

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the 1920s, quite the local landmark was not they say the only way they

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can finance the new Sandbanks hotel is by demolishing this one. They

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want to replace it with around 200 flats, a rooftop restaurant and a

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building that would be ten stories high. Some of the local people we

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spoke to words to happy about it. -- were not too happy about it.

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It's out of scale to the existing buildings on the site.

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They should keep it to the existing buildings,

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it's a Site of Special Scientific Interest opposite, I believe.

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It's a nice hotel as it is, why spoil things?

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We've been coming down here for 20 years.

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The nature of the place is just changing,

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but I don't think we can stop it really.

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But that's a big development, isn't it?

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These plans have been submitted by Richard Carr. It is just an outline

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application at the moment are really a first step to see if permission

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might be granted for a scheme of this kind. If it does get a

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favourable response, more detailed plans are likely to follow.

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Thank you. Work's begun to build

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the first new council homes A long-disused piece of land

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in Caversham is being cleared to make way for seven

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pre-fabricated blocks, each containing

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four two-bedroom flats. The timber-clad modular

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units will be delivered to the site in June,

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and should be ready by the autumn. The intention is that the temporary

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homes will go to families on the council's growing

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waiting-list - many currently in bed

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and breakfast accommodation. We've seen a huge increase

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in homeless families We've got people in our own

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temporary accommodation shelters, but now we've got over 100 people

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in bed-and-breakfast accommodation, What this will give them

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is their own front doors. 28 families who will be able

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to bring their children to school, they will have a much

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better accommodation And we will move swiftly on to sport

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now. Kris Temple is on the sofa now. In a moment, we will talk about

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short mat bowls. I will be honest, I thought that was someone's name!

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Tony Husband has been finding out what it is. First, some injury news.

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AFC Bournemouth have confirmed that midfielder Jack Wilshere

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has been ruled out for the rest of the season,

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ending his loan spell with the Cherries.

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Wilshere suffered a hairline fracture to his lower leg

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in making a challenge on Harry Kane in Saturday's defeat at Tottenham.

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Wilshere is to return to his parent club, Arsenal,

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His loan deal with the Cherries was due to expire

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Portsmouth captain Michael Doyle has paid tribute to his manager,

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Paul Cook, who he says has had to cope with the immense pressure

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Cook's men completed the job of rising to League One

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and, as one of his long-serving players,

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Doyle knows exactly what the manager has gone through.

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His main aim was just to get this club promoted.

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He's had so much pressure, and he puts so much pressure

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And obviously the players, we've had seven or eight players

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come in here two years ago with the gaffer.

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You probably lose a game and you come up a bit short,

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he's the one that has to face the questions for the week.

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So I'm just sort of relieved for people like himself.

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And there's also been an injury blow for Sussex Cricket too,

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concerning overseas fast bowler Vernon Philander.

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The county confirmed today that the South Africa star

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is facing up to a month on the sidelines.

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Philander suffered a groin injury against Kent last week,

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and has returned to South Africa for treatment.

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He's aiming to return for the four remaining Championship matches

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Now we started our sports segment talking about Jack,

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and now we finish it talking about a different kind of jack.

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The sport of short mat bowls is seeing a big increase

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in the number of young players taking it up.

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where they rolled out the green carpet for Tony Husband.

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but the playing surface is just six foot wide,

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so there's not much short in the sport of short mat bowls.

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There's a jack, and you're basically trying to get as close

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as possible to the jack, each team is.

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which prevents excessive firing down the line.

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We start from about age ten, and we go up to 90 plus.

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and I kind of went along for a bit and followed him.

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My mum started playing and encouraged me to join.

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So, yeah, I got pretty addicted straight away.

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It's an easy game to learn, but difficult to master.

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I practice quite a lot, probably about twice a week,

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Short mat bowls is growing in popularity,

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but recruitment is the key with this and so many sports.

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I didn't think this was particularly cool when I started but I mean,

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yeah, when you go to nationals and play with other younger people,

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there are a lot of good young people out there.

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I think that it's starting to change with the nationals.

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it takes quite a lot of thinking and skill to do.

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You do a lot of social things outside of bowls as well.

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That to issue a bit more about short mat bowls.

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What was the white bit in the middle?

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Shot this maybe not the me. It is a leveller. It stops you from firing

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it down the middle. It is not as far to deliver the word, is it?

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She was abandoned as a baby, has cerebral palsy

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But Tjili Grant Wetherill has overcome huge challenges

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thanks to the love and support of her adoptive parents

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And Tjili, who's now 15, is getting recognition

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for her extraordinary talent as an artist.

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Weighing barely more than two pounds, she was abandoned

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as a premature baby outside a Cambodian hospital in 2001.

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A few weeks later, James and Vik Grant Wetherall,

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who were overseas and looking for a child to adopt,

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She was sitting in a dark corner of the orphanage

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with no-one really paying any attention to her.

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We moved aside the net and she grabbed our finger.

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And something in both of us just completely melted.

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Tests showed Tjili was profoundly deaf and had cerebral palsy.

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The specialists at the time said she might not sit or stand or walk,

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maybe even sort of normal life things -

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feed yourself, go to the loo and that sort of thing.

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But when you love someone, you just get on with it.

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Years of physiotherapy, love and determination have seen

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Now living back in the New Forest, she enjoys an active life.

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Tjili can't speak - communication is through gestures,

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limited sign language and basic reading and writing.

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But there is nothing basic about Tjili's ability

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Self-taught, she creates works of art which are winning plaudits.

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In order to hold the paper down, she has to use one arm,

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and it is every single piece of her body she's using.

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She has the ability to be very, very gentle, somehow,

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Two of Tjili's pieces were recently selected from 2,000 entries

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by the World Watercolour Society for a major exhibition.

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The judges had no idea of her challenges.

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The art is something I think she takes such great pride in now,

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and she actually sees what she is doing isn't just child's play,

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it's real pieces of art, works of art which she's producing

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Sales of her pictures support her development.

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Tjili's work side-by-side with the likes of Tracey Emin.

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We're all very capable of saying, "No, I can't,"

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when somebody asks you or you're going to try something new.

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Whatever it might be, she will give it a go,

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and I think that is something for everyone to learn.

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She is so inspiring, isn't she? She's a fantastically talented

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artist. Really beautiful pictures. We shall all the best for the

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future. We will move the weather. A lovely day, but a nip in the air.

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We have a north to north-westerly wind, and a lot of sunshine this

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month. Three quarters of the monthly allowance already. I love the word

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allowance! We have run out of sunshine! There is a little bit of

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rain to talk about as well. Let's take a look at your weather

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watcher pictures, you have been out in the sunny spells. This was first

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thing this morning in Hampshire. A lovely start to the day. Also blue

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skies overhead for those out and about.

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But we have the clear skies, there is the chance we could have a frost,

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like last night, and temperatures under the clearing skies will fall

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to around two Celsius in the countryside. These are in the towns

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and cities. It will be a mainly dry start to the day tomorrow, a bright

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start in many places. Through the morning, some sunshine. The crowd

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will -- cloud will increase from the North. Some drizzle at times, but

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not too much rain, and temperatures reaching 11 or 12 Celsius with the

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light winds. Light cloud is expected tomorrow night, and milder

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conditions. Outbreaks of rain are possible, with patchy drizzle here

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and there. Dry weather as well, and temperatures falling away to around

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nine or 10 Celsius. A mainly dry day on Friday, a fair amount of cloud to

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start the day. Things will then start to write not. It is going into

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Saturday, this weather travel ring in colder air through Saturday

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evening. Through Friday, a lot of dry weather about with the odd spot

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of rain. Clouding over during the course of the morning, but

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brightening up through the afternoon. For the first three weeks

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of April, it has been very dry, these are the stats from the Met

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Office will stop really quite dry conditions. Not much rain to talk of

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wool stop into the start of next week, we are expecting some

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rainfall. More significant than recent rainfall, where we have had

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patchy drizzle. Clear skies tomorrow morning, but clouding over through

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the afternoon. A Darren Attwood cloud on both Saturday and Sunday.

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Starting the new week, some rainfall, more significant rainfall

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for the gardeners and farmers. Much-needed when we have had a dry

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month. Tomorrow's programme, oysters, the

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Solent and Ben Fogle, all in the same programme. That is tomorrow.

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Good night.

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