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Hello, and welcome to South Today. news teams where you are.

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In tonight's programme, battle lines drawn -

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the leaders of the two biggest parties already

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on the campaign trail in our region ahead of the general election.

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Also, school pigeons - Oxford scientists pull off

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a coup with research about the bird's intelligence.

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And later on - the magical modelling of Mr Brown.

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What does a retired county planning officer do with his time?

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The South became the battleground for the opening shots of this

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election today as both Prime Minister Theresa May

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and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn visited the region.

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And one of the main issues today was not Brexit, but education.

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Our Political Editor, Peter Henley, has this report

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Inside a toothpaste factory in Maidenhead, staff waiting to ask the

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Prime Minister questions. Outside, a man and a chicken suit, sent by

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eight newspaper, and so the traditional fabric of election

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campaigning in Britain begins. Compared to David Cameron, Theresa

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May was less polished, crisper, more direct, but genuine questions were

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asked and answered on the high cost of housing in the Thames Valley,

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student fees, apprenticeships, and there was an EU national keen to

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stay in Britain. How can you reassure me that my life will not

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change after Brexit? ICA lots of goodwill on that issue, and a lot of

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people wanting to do something about that, and I hope to have news on

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that soon. I have never voted before. Yarde are you excited about

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it? Yes. I think it is more engaging. To hear her with that

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background noise is greats as well. Meanwhile, the Labour leader was at

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Swindon Central community Centre. Not quite the same cavalcade of

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cars. Serve we are 72 hours into this election campaign, 72 hours

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into the opportunity of our lifetime, to challenge the

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inequality and injustice that exists in Britain today. He got the

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audience more fired up than in Maidenhead, but these are his own

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supporters. If you could do something for hours, that would be

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great. We need some teachers! A pledge from Jeremy Corbyn today to

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reduce class sizes, and Theresa May was at Cox Green School, with the

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head teacher let her sixth formers do the talking. Neither side should

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count their chickens. And a short time ago,

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Peter told me the two are quite contrasting

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in their leadership style. Yes, quite a contrast,

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as you'd expect. Jeremy Corbyn walking into the

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Swindon Community Centre on his own, Theresa May with all of her security

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around her here in Maidenhead. But then, Jeremy Corbyn

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will take some flak for talking to his

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own supporters, mostly. He is going to have to get

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out on the doorstep, dangerous place though it has been

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for Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband He seemed to be enjoying himself,

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Theresa May, too, here, was enjoying herself,

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and talking to real people. The sixth formers here at

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Cox Green School, the staff at the toothpaste factory, those

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were not planted questions. They were able to ask whatever

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they liked, although it is a very difficult thing, the boss

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says to go and stand in a circle, Not the easiest of

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situations, but the campaign is underway,

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and we are starting Jeremy Corbyn has been

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talking about class sizes in schools, something a lot

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of parents are concerned about. Theresa May has been talking

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about the spending on So, as this campaign goes along,

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we are going to see both sides nailing their

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colours to the mast. An Aylesbury man has pleaded not

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guilty to murdering his brother, 18-year-old Brandon Lavender

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stands accused of stabbing Police were called to Meadowcroft

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in the town on the 17th of January. Daniel Lavender died later

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at Stoke Mandeville hospital. 300 children marched

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to the council offices in Milton Keynes today to demand

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improvements to the town's red ways. They say the network

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of footpaths are neglected, This year the town celebrated

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its 50th birthday, and the children are calling for 50 improvements

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to be made. The council has said it has

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listened to concerns, They are asking for a realistic set

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of 50 improvements that we can make, and that is things like filling in

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small potholes and changing light bulbs, and I think we can make the

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red weighs much better. Formula One equipment will be

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auctioned off to the public next month after the collapse

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of the Banbury-based are going under the hammer,

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including pit lane equipment. Manor started in 2010

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as Virgin Racing. and more than 200 staff were

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made redundant in January. Homing pigeons may share the human

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capacity to build on knowledge across generations,

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according to a new The research suggests it helps

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with improving their navigational But one long-time pigeon fancier

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isn't totally convinced. In a remarkably short

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time, the bird returns Pigeons, for years used as military

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messengers, due to their Real wings have come

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to the aid of mechanical ones. But now it appears we have more

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in common than we realised. During a three-year study,

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scientists give pigeons a destination, then replaced

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birds that new leave it destination, then replaced

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birds that knew the route Over time, it appeared

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that the original birds were able to pass on their knowledge

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to the new ones. Well, for thousands

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of years, humans have been trying to come up with inventions

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to make our lives easier. It has led to the invention

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of the telephone, the What this study shows is that

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pigeons have that same Many researchers have

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believed that humans, or maybe some primates,

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are the only ones who can pass

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on knowledge, and then we improve our culture,

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but our studies show that pigeons can also do the same thing.

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They can actually improve over time. Keith Shipperley has

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been racing pigeons He says he has seen no signs

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that his birds have learned I just can't see it,

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because brothers and race, you know, they don't come

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to the lot at the same time. That theory that they

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have talked it down. The findings of the study have

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been published in the Scientists now wants to expand it

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to look at different animals. A mother - who suffered five

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separate miscariages - will be taking part

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in the London Marathon this weekend to raise money

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for a charity that's helped her. Vicky Hodgins, from Bicester, has

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already raised ?3,000 for Tommy's. Story time for Vicky

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and her two-year-old son, The toddler was born

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after just 28 weeks. It is one of five miscarriages

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she has had in the past I think part of you feels that

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you have let the baby Other people are going around

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having their babies, announcing that they are pregnant,

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and it is really tough when you are watching

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all of this going on, and actually,

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you have not managed that, you feel Vicky ran the Brighton

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Marathon last year, She is hoping to raise as much

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again from the London The money will help fund Tommys'

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ongoing research into When we had the first miscarriage,

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we searched and searched the internet to find out

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why this happened. And there were lots of stories

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and information on the Tommy's Stories of other people who had been

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in our situation, and that I think that other

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mothers can draw real Vicky's family are a fabulous

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family, and they are really Joel and his brothers are a real

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testament to their positivity, and all the things

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they have overcome. Joel's lungs were severely damaged

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during the birth, and now he Vicky hopes her story

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will give comfort to mothers who have

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suffered similar trauma. A family-run Cotswolds bakery

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and tearoom have proved Huffkins, who have tearooms

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in Witney and Burford, made and sold 14,000 scones

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at a temporary tearoom in Tokyo. The firm - which has been named

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in a Japanese guidebook to the UK - now has further plans to increase

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exports to the Far East. Matt Graveling has

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been to meet them. A quintessentially British

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tea-time treat, it has Whether your jam or cream goes

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on first, there's no denying we love this little cake

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more than anyone else, Seconds after opening the doors,

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this food hall is full of people running to get their hands

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on a scone, and the lady responsible

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for meeting their needs is Lorna, bakery manager from

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Oxfordshire company Huffkins. We had people out there,

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queueing for our cream teas, who had been to Huffkins,

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and had been shown scrapbooks, pictures

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on their cameras, they love the Cotswolds, they love

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the British. This pop-up tearoom saw 14,000

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scones made and sold The company have come a long way

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since being founded in Burford in 1890, building a presence

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locally, but recent trips to Japan have

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seen their scones, and merchandise, The traditions of taking tea,

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you know, are similar, We are both tea-loving nations,

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and you cannot have We are expecting to send our

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first exports in May. We are going to be stocked

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in several of the largest department store

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groups in the country. It's a hugely exciting

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prospect for us. And the company's growth hasn't

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gone unnoticed at home, as it recently won three accolades

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at the West Oxfordshire To go over to Japan,

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make 14,000 scones in a glass case being watched by all

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the Japanese, it was just A very successful wholesale

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business as well as a Are there any signs that

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their scones were now big in Japan? We came in with my wife

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because she looked through a Japanese guidebook,

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and the Japanese guidebook said that this was

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the We had a few imitations

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in London, but this So what started off

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as a very British treat now seems to be an

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international delicacy. If you want to try one of the best,

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then come down here, Imagine how the Japanese would go

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wild if they could watch something as quintessentially English

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as South Today with Sally Taylor. the Goldstone ground -

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supporters hope tonight they can add the championship

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trophy to their promotion There are concerns tonight over

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the lack of specialist care for families with muscular dystrophy

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in the south. The South East has 5,000 people

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living with the condition. Most regions have three

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or four care advisors I am pressing the button

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to change the TV channel. Dan is a big sports fan

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and loves his television. He has all the latest technology

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to help them control the screen. His mother believes NHS funded care

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advisors are vital to help They help out right away

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with diagnosis, they can support a family through the terrible grief

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and as time goes on they can signpost them to

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specialist services. A leading charity uses this video

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to show how it works Care advisers funded by local NHS

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health commissioners. In other regions they find the money

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but not in Kent and Sussex. The south east, the only place

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in a country without There are no specialist

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centres in those areas, everyone goes to London but many

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people are still hundreds of miles away from the specialist centres

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and spent most of the time at home in the community where they need

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that expert support. The charity believes it

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would save the NHS money to pay for the care and avoid

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unplanned hospital admissions. This woman has been campaigning

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about this for a decade. It seems bizarre where

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we are the only area, the affluent south-east,

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which does not have this facility. In response to the campaign,

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the NHS tells me they are developing the role of care advisers

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and brnging together all the commissioners

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from across the south-east in the coming weeks to ensure

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the service is provided On to spot no. -- now. They just

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have to beat Norwich tonight? Yes, that is correct. Fingers crossed.

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With promotion to the Premier League already guaranteed, Brighton

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and Hove Albion can tonight put the icing on the cake, knowing a win

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at Norwich would clinch the Championship trophy.

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Johnny Cantor is at Carrow Road for BBC Radio Sussex, where Seagulls

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It would certainly cap a wonderful week for the Albion supporters,

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promotion was the most important thing but especially for their

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players, they want to go up as champions. One win would do it and

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winners medal would be a fine memento. The Albion manager would

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probably also like to seal the deal tonight against his former club.

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Norwich City removed him from duties in his second season in charge. He

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He led them to 11th in his first season.

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It's hard to believe that, 20 years ago, Brighton

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were facing extinction, without a ground, and

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with only a slim hope of staying in the league.

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What's happened since is a triumph for the club Chairmen

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who wouldn't be beaten, Dick Knight and Tony Bloom.

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But it's also a great moment for the bloody-minded fans

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Bob Everett has been talking to two of them.

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It is 20 years almost to the day since Brighton played their last

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game at the Goldstone ground, sold off without the fan's

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The old place was torn apart for souvenirs.

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Back then the club fanzine editor and an accountant

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among fans who fought to keep the club going.

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In the club museum and it is all history now.

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For Paul and even still it's a vivid memory.

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I have never been back to the Goldstone ground.

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I have never seen the pictures of the West stand

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It was a mixture, a mishmash of emotions.

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The rain was pouring down, there I was with a

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hammer and spade, sitting in my seat, about to demolish it and take

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Two seasons in the wilderness followed,

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fans were forced to travel 75 miles to Gillingham Town for home games.

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We just had to go there, the first season,

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young family, I did not go as much as I should have done.

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It was unreal, four motorways and a funeral.

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The PA announcer did not pronounce the team's names

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A return to Brighton was vital, even if that was to an

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It gave the club and supporters a 12 year toehold in

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It was brilliant, but it was a hand to mouth existence.

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This is ideal, a permanent stadium with

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22,000 seats where generations can watch Brighton and Hove Albion for

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The fight turned fans into TV reporters and even

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Absolutely, it is critical on an employment basis

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and economic bases and community basis.

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The benefits of stadium can bring can be enormous.

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Faced with that kind of determination, the

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In 2011, club and supporters were back in

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The whole Albion story is the community.

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What gives me the greatest buzz is sitting in

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my seat here, seeing all the families, all the people

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who support Albion and they are all familiar

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They are all from Sussex and beyond and are all united.

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Perhaps the ultimate destination for these campaigners finally arrived on

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Monday, the Premier League. What gives me a buzz is when you're out

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and about and there are kids in Brighton shirts, playing football in

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the park. When we left in 1997, we lost a whole generation. The thing

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about being a supporter of this club, you are a life. No Home

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Secretary will let you out. Once you are in, you are in. 2017, what a

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year for Brighton. You must remember it? I do, they have not changed a

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bit. If there ever was a club where the supporters are the heart of it,

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it is Brighton. I wish them all the best tonight. Another club as well,

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Bournemouth taking on Middlesbrough at home.

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Reading can guarantee their place in the Championship play-offs

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In League One, Oxford travel to Millwall, MK Dons

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host Sheffield United, while Swindon need a home

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win against Scunthorpe in their fight against relegation.

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In League Two, Portsmouth welcome Cambridge to what's sure to be

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a party atmosphere at Fratton Park following their promotion.

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Now, thousands of runners are resting their legs and loading

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up on the carbs ahead this weekend's marathons.

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Southampton hosts its first full marathon in more than 30 years

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It falls on the same day as the London Marathon -

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among those taking part will be Bronte Randle-Bissell

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from Winchester - who aged 18 years and three days -

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will line up as the youngest runner competing.

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Good luck to everyone taking part, including a reporter from BBC says.

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He will be wearing bright yellow. Let us get on to the weather for the

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weekend. Not doing badly but we have cooler conditions to come next week.

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Let us take a look at your weather pictures.

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Gloomy skies above Sherbourne St John in Hampshire -

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Becca Collacott sent us this photo of the Great Haseley Windmill

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And here's a splash of colour from Ginny Boxall at Freshwater

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skies for much of today. Generally quite cloudy picture. Cloud is a key

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feature. We will see cloud through much of the region tonight. One or

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two holes appearing in the cloud and temperatures hold around ten or 9

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degrees. Temperatures could take a tumble with the clear spells. To the

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north, we could see spots of rain pushing their week in towards dawn.

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Some dampness to get the day started first thing on Saturday but

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generally dry picture too much for Saturday. Quite a bit of cloud. By

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the middle of the morning, we can see Brighton is developing. Into the

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afternoon, sunnier spells. One or two blue skies to look for. Highs of

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15 degrees and light winds so feeling pleasant when you catch

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sunshine. Through tomorrow evening, we will see less cloud than tonight.

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Temperatures will respond accordingly, to six or 7 degrees.

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Perhaps in the it could go further still, perhaps a touch of grass lost

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worst thing on Sunday morning. Sandy Hook stride and we will see a lot of

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cloud to start. -- Sunday looks dry. Feeling pleasantly warm in the

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sunshine, light winds and sunny skies. Things are set to change.

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After a few weekend with decent wants, we will see a bit of a change

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on Monday. -- decent wants. We start Monday with cloud and rain band

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arrives. Cold conditions overnight into Tuesday. Some breakers on

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Tuesday but one or two when to apply these and cold winds as well. Thank

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you very much. When a person retires

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from work after a long You'd think they'd like to

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have a bit of a change. But when Roger Brown left his role

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as a county planning officer. He couldn't resist directing his

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energies at something which had more Roger spent the next nine years

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of his life building a 15-feet scale model of Winchester,

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based on an Ordnance Survey But the extraordinary work has

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never been exhibited Miniature Winchester, the city as it

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was in Victorian times. This intricate model, the work of a man

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with a passion for buildings and a great deal of patience. It was only

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that of love that lasted nine years. I don't know what his wife had to

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say about that. We do know that she complained for nine years they could

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not park the car in the garage. It was never intended to be just a

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private project. It was always meant to be for other people to enjoy. It

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has only ever been on short tempered Adelaide, a permanent home could not

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be found but no, 20 years after it was completed, the model forms the

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centrepiece of a revamped city Museum. Roger has to be just over

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two years ago, but I know she would have been thrilled to bits to see

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adhere. Roger bases model on an ordnance survey map which showed

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huge detail of the city layout. The model captures Winchester Ju --

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during her Victorian expansion. This was not year when the survey took

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place in 1870 but when it was printed three years later, it's

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foundation stones had been lead. The statue of Alfred also did not appear

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for another three decades. Before that, Cannon, a trophy for the

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Crimean War students please. Even that has made it this model.

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Although a lot has changed, much of Winchester's past is still present

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in this model helps keep its history alive.

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It is amusing because when you look at it, we are so high-tech with

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drones, you think I am looking at this with the drawing. Fabulous.

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That's it from us, have a good weekend, good luck to all the

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marathon runners and Brighton and Hove Albion. Good night.

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Why didn't we go to the library today?

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Because we don't have a library any more. Why?

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The school's had to make big cuts. Cuts like with a knife, miss?

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No, it means that the school can't afford to pay for things like

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the library any more or shows or books or school visits.

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CHILDREN: Awww! No more school visits?

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