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In tonight's programme, the police officer accused of racism

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for using a black toy monkey to order a colleague to make tea.

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Also, the moment a driverless lorry crashed into a house,

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She jumped out the car and shouted, there's a lorry come down the hill

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without a driver in it. She froze a bit so I grabbed her and pulled her

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out of the way. And later on, training

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in the tunnels - the First World War soldiers underground in Wiltshire

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ahead of the horror A black woman working

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for Thames Valley Police says she felt bullied,

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harassed and ridiculed after a black toy monkey was allegedly put

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on her desk by a colleague. Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau

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is accused of making racist comments and inappropriate

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behaviour last year. Adina Campbell sent this report

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from the force's headquarters in Kidlington where the hearing's

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been taking place. Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau had

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been supervising a south east counter terrorism unit when these

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racist allegations were made against him by a black female

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colleague last year. At this stage we can't name

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the woman for legal reasons but she was working as a special

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investigator within his team. At the time, she was only black

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person in the department and we heard both she and Andrew Mottau had

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known each other for over 20 years. This afternoon we've been hearing

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details about how tea-making duties were divided up between team

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members last Summer. It's claimed Detective Sergeant

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Andrew Mottau had introduced a black toy monkey about

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the size of a key ring as a prop to signal whose turn

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it was to make tea and coffee. After returning to work

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following leave, the black investigator said on her first day

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back to work last August, without any explanation,

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the toy had been placed on her desk. Speaking in front of the hearing

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panel this afternoon she said. I'm a black person,

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serving the public. I was shocked and offended to see

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a black money on my desk. He was jeering me and harassing me

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about the black monkey. I felt violated and grabbed my

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fags and walked out. I felt offended by it

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and some members of my team The toy remained on my desk

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for three weeks and it's unthinkable I raised an objection

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more than once. He bullied, harassed me

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and violated my dignity. It's claimed Detective Sergeant

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Andrew Mottau used the toy and said, This gross misconduct

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hearing will continue here at Thames Valley Police

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headquarters in Kidlington A teacher from Oxford has been given

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a suspended jail sentence for a sexual offence

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against a young boy. 55-year-old Ian Rowley

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from Cherwell Street in Oxford was sentenced to 16 weeks'

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imprisonment suspended for two years after pleading guilty to engaging

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in sexual activity with a boy. He was also ordered to participate

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in a sex offenders' programme. Next, the terrifying moment

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a driverless lorry smashed People living on the street say it's

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a miracle nobody was killed. The man who lives in the property

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was outside at the time and saw He's been telling David Lumb

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he was so badly shaken by the accident that he's

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struggling to sleep at night. The lorry came to rest hanging over

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this wall, taking the telephone pole out. You can see what damage it's

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done. Paul Nash is still shaking

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after a massive lorry The 67-year-old and his wife Kath

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were getting in their car to go out when when they saw the vehicle

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careering towards them. She jumped out the car and shouted

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there's a lorry coming down a hill The collision damaged Mr Nash's

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walls and roof and demolished a brick wall and gate belonging

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to his neighbour. What if we had been sat in the car

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and couldn't get out? I don't know what could have

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happened. It was a 20-tonne digger. A phone mast was also

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brought down in the crash, leaving residents without phone

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and internet connections. It's understood the lorry

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was collecting a digger that had The police attended the scene. No

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arrests were made. The company that owns the lorry declined to comment.

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Recruitment's starting for 3,000 new jobs at the new Westgate

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It's six months until it's due to open but there are concerns

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there aren't enough people to fill the posts.

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Around 1,800 people in Oxfordshire claim Jobseekers' Allowance

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so even if they all took jobs there, there'd still be

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Age UK is worried care workers will be tempted

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to leave their jobs to work in the stores or restaurants.

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The builders at the new Westgate centre,' head for heights is

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certainly a job requirement. Below the centre's new roof, these stores,

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bars and restaurants, will soon be full of new workers that can keep

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their feet firmly on the ground. Construction work very much ongoing

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here at the Westgate. But things are certainly starting to take shape.

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With just six months to go, retailers are starting to think

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about recruitment. 3,000 jobs coming to Oxford. What is that going to

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mean for the city below? With very low levels of unemployment in the

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city, it's feared the care sector could be affected when recruitment

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for the Westgate gets going. There are areas of Oxfordshire where there

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are not enough care workers at the moment and where services struggle

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to deliver enough care to people. The balance is very fine, if you

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like, it won't take many people making decisions to leave social

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care work to tip that balance. And there are worries that other

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businesses in Oxford could lose workers to the Westgate as well.

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We've got some very good companies that will be out for tender at the

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Westgate centre. John Lewis Partnership, a great business,

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they've got the resources in order to involve local people. But what

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about the smaller businesses? Those behind the development say it will

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be a good thing for the city. It's going to be a place that's very

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well-known, a place Oxford can be proud of, a place to eat, drink

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relax and enjoy, watch the world go by. I think the important thing is

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that we are standing in a new part of Oxford, so this is history being

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made. I'm sure Oxford's going to be proud of it. There's set to be a

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jobs fair held in the city in June for the Westgate centre. It will

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open on October 24th. A group of companies led by a firm

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in Oxford have unveiled a plan to test driverless cars on UK roads

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and motorways in 2019. The driven consortium

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led by Oxbotica also intends to test a fleet of cars

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between London and Oxford. The cars will communicate with each

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other about hazards and should London Oxford Airport

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is extending its hangar space after new figures showed it's one

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of the busiest business A new 15,000 square foot bay will be

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added to its Kidlington base, along with with extra office space

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and car parking. The data from WINGX and Eurocontrol

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says it started 2017 as the 16th busiest in Europe,

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ahead of Stansted Airport. Ahead of the general election,

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Children's charities are calling on all the political parties to make

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a manifesto pledge to tackle what they describe as a mental

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health crisis in our classrooms. It's estimated three children

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in every class have a mental health condition and one in four

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experience emotional distress. A growing number of schools

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in our region are turning to a relaxation technique developed

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in Oxfordshire which combines meditation and mindfulness to help

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children manage their emotions. Katharine Da Costa's

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been finding out more. Finding inner happiness is at the

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heart of the Relax Kids approach. In a fast paced world where children

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feel ever more pressurised to perform these four and five year

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olds at Dunmore primary school The system uses 7 steps from high

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energy movement and play through to stretching,

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massage and breathing to calm the body down and then progresses

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onto affirmations to boost confidence and self esteem

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and finally onto relaxation. It made me feel happy. What was the

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best thing from today? Relaxing. And how does it make you feel? Happy.

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Even at a young age, children feel the pressures of life. It's teaching

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them how to cope with that and how to self-regulate and just to be

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happy with a positive attitude. her technique is now practiced

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in over 40 countries worldwide. She's hoping to be part of a pilot

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project which could see meditation The benefits of doing the relaxation

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techniques are huge. They make you able to concentrate more, they able

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you to be more confident, as well as improve learning. When children are

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calm and in a relaxed state, they are able to concentrate, they are

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able to listen and they're able to learn and remember what they've been

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taught. According to the charity young

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minds, 1 in 10 children have a mental health disorder,

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that's roughly 3 children in every classroom but less than 1%

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of the NHS budget's spent We are asking for the next

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Government to rebalance the education system. That means

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creating an equal playing field where yes we have a great focus on

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exam outcomes, but also have an equal focus on student well-being.

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That means a new duty on schools so that they have that at the heart of

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everything they do. Teachers and parents hope

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by supporting children from a young age, they'll develop life long

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skills needed to excel not just The chairman of Swindon Town

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football club has told the BBC he wont be leaving

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despite calls from They say Lee Power should resign

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after Swindon lost 2-1 at home to Scunthorpe

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confirming their relegation Inside the stadium...

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And outside... The chant was the same. Fans not

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only devastated but angry. And ready to point the finger of blame. Lee

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Power's wrecked this club. Absolutely wrecked it. I'm gutted,

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honest. We need a shake-up. Power's got a choice. Back room staff go or

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he goes. Have a nice day, Mr Power. We have a rubbish manager and a

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rubbish owner. Scunthorpe took the lead in the first five minutes, with

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this from Murray Wallace. Swindon's fate was effectively sealed as Sam

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Mantam swept home a second for the visitors.

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Rowan Ince netted from range but the Robins couldn't save themselves and

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Bury's victory condemned them to the drop.

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Chairman Lee Power says it's not time to retreat but to rebuild. It's

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my job now to pick up the pieces and carry on with the club. If I was to

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give up, there wouldn't be a football club. That's what I intend

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to do. It's not nice hearing that but I understand people are angry.

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Fans will be looking for more than assurances as next season's strategy

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is put into place. I'll have the headlines at 8

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and a full bulletin at 10.30. Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. If you want to know what the weather

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will be like this week stay with us. I will look ahead to the weather for

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the rest of this week, we have got an arctic blast were a couple of

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days but becoming less cold towards the end of the week.

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Sussex Police still need to do more to recognise

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the crime of stalking, according to the county's Police

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It's emerged that more than 200 people reported

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An investigation is already underway into the force's

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treatment of Shana Grice, a young woman who was killed

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by a stalker last summer. John Young reports.

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Shana Grice is the name that haunts Sussex Police.

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More than five times she told them that Michael Lane was stalking her,

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but on one occasion they told her she was wasting their time.

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Today, the county's Police and Crime Commissioner admitted

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to the BBC that the forces' respond to stalking in general,

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as she put it, wasn't what it should be.

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I think it's very difficult for police officers to understand

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in the first instance the severity of the crime of stalking,

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because often incidents are reported in isolation and what we want to see

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is police officers actually joining up the dots

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and understanding that this is about a pattern of abuse.

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So in a training centre in Worthing today, officers

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Anything that sounds concerning to you.

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The training, organised by a victim of stalking herself,

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who now runs courses to raise awareness.

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It's extremely encouraging and they are engaging well with us,

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and that's the whole point of what we're doing.

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We need to increase the communication between all

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the services and to get people to thoroughly

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There's plenty of evidence it is a real problem.

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This man is pretending to be a hospital doctor to get

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A stash of weapons was later found in his van.

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The singer, Lily Allen, helped campaigners by talking

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publicly about the moment a man who'd harrassed her for seven years

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broke into her bedroom when she slept.

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It's far too frequent that we hear victims of stalking say to us that

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they've reported to the police but they have been dismissed.

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The police have said they'll come back when he does something

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or he may just go away or that doesn't sound very serious.

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The research we've released this week really does underline how

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The research has also led to a list of tell tale

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signs from the obvious, perhaps, hanging around outside a house,

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to the more bizarre - rearranging furniture

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in a victim's garden, or falsely reporting

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a victim to social services for poor parenting.

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Victims that come forward will often talk about,

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"I've asked them to stop and told them no," therefore

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And I think that's a message I would like to get across today

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is that actually be really clear about what is wanted and unwanted.

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And if you do, Sussex Police are now promising we will

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Time for sport now. You might remember if you are watching on

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Friday, we were all excited as far as Brighton and Hove Albion were

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concerned. They didn't do it. They haven't done it yet. It is the

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waiting game. It will be like that until the hopefully eventually live

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that title. The need to beat Norwich to win the title but they had bad

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luck. Two own goals of the goalkeeper and know they are relying

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on Newcastle not to do them a favour tonight.

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Onto football, and after failing to beat Norwich on Friday,

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Brighton now await to see if Newcastle slip up

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If they lose, Chris Hughton's side will be crowned Champions.

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We will have an update on our late news this evening.

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While in the Premier League, it was a successful weekend

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for Bournemouth which is where we begin our goals round-up.

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96 seconds is all it took Joshua King to set the tone here.

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And in truth, the game was all but over after 20 minutes.

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Benick Afobe doubled the lead, before ex-Saint Gaston

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Ramirez turned sinner, Boro soon down to ten.

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Marc Pugh's curling effort made it 3-0,

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before Charlie Daniels danced his way through the Boro

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We got where we got last year, we want to finish high,

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we want to try and get in the top half if we can.

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But it's such a difficult league to get results in.

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We're not taking anything for granted.

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Two goals from Assombalonga helped Forest race into a 3-0 lead.

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And all but end Reading's automatic promotion hopes.

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Yann Kermorgant scored a brace of his own late-on,

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but it was too little too late for the Royals who look

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Conor McAleney scored twice as Oxford stunned promotion chasing

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The U's, who are just out of play-off contention, made it 3-0

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Not the way MK Dons wanted to sign off their home campaign.

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Champions Sheffield United celebrated in style with a 3-0 win.

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Portsmouth celebrated their promotion from League Two

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A first-half strike from Karl Baker and a superb free-kick

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from Kai Naismith eased Pompey to victory.

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They just keep rolling on, don't Luke List?

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On to cricket and Sussex have signed West Indian pace bowler

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While in the County Championship, Hampshire's

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bowlers were frustrated by Yorkshire's Garry Ballance

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who batted for nearly eight hours on his way to a double century

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While, at Edgbaston, Surrey also had to settle for a draw,

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Tom Curran took 8 wickets, but Ian Bell's knock of 99 ensured

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A fundraising appeal for Surrey teenage driver Billy Monger has

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reached nearly three quarters of a million pounds.

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The money raised is to help Billy's rehabilitation,

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following his double leg amputation last week.

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Fellow drivers, who carried stickers of support during racing,

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will now join friends and family at a fundraising event

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called Walk For Billy around the circuit of Thruxton race

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track during the British Touring Car Championships next month.

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Billy himself has vowed to drive again.

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Surrey Scorchers are through to the play-offs

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18 points off the bench for Gabriel McCray helped Scorchers

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to a 93-70 win over Plymouth Raiders.

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They'll now play Leicester Riders over two legs.

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The first will be streamed live on the BBC Sport website on Friday.

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Isle of Wight athlete Kelly Sotherton is set to be

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upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal.

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Sotherton who originally finished fifth in the heptathlon

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at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, now climbs to third after a second

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athlete was disqualified for testing positive for steroids.

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Congratulations to the thousands of runners who took part in the

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Southampton and London marathons yesterday. The first full marathon

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in the city for 30 years was won by David Coke. It is his first ever

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marathon, not a bad start. He got round in just under two hours and 14

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minutes. Fabulous. Andy, for errors. Fantastic effort. Also raising money

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for charity and as all those runners at Southampton did as well. We saw

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one athlete helping and other in the London Marathon, which was lovely.

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It was the novel "Birdsong", by Sebastian Faulks,

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which most notably gave an insight into the horrors of tunnel

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Well, now, a network of First World War tunnels

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has been discovered - NOT in France but on Ministry

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The tunnels were part of an army training ground,

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used to get men ready to fight in and under the trenches

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They were found on land set aside for hundreds of new homes

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Larkhill, a building site today, but home to an army secret

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This is the extraordinary system of tunnels and trenches

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Built in 1917 to recreate an entire battlefield,

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this was the Somme on Salisbury Plain.

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Archaeologists say this was as close as it came to warfare before troops

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They were using live ammunition, they were training 24 hours a day

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on occasions in some pretty hideous conditions,

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particularly in '16 and '17, when the brutal winter kicked in.

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And this was the brutality of the First World War the training

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tunnels and trenches were designed to recreate.

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Thousands of troops passed through Larkhill to get

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Dozens were killed through accidents and exposure.

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Special computer mapping shows the extent of

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The largest system of its kind anywhere in Britain.

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In fact, they found around 8km of tunnels and trenches here,

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and the emphasis across this whole landscape was realism,

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right down to digging out the chalk - the same kind of rock

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they encountered at the Battle of the Somme.

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Some soldiers left their mark on the walls here before

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Two sides facing off across No Man's Land...

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Historians say military commanders learned from earlier mistakes

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They're taking guys who are no more soldiers

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than you or I and they put them into a completely

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They have to learn how to live in it, fight in it,

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survive in it, repair it, build it, eat, drink, live, sleep.

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450 homes will soon be built here for troops

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The many tunnels and trenches, with their wooden struts

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World One War from Wiltshire to the Western Front.

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When you see something like that, it brings it home to you. It is

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extraordinary. It is incredible what those men went through. You have the

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weather for the whole week. So down comfortably, we are about to begin.

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Some cool weather but warming up a touch towards the end of the week.

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A beautiful start to the day at Avon Beach.

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Some rays of sunshine too, at Blandford in Dorset.

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And there may have been grey skies in Farmoor,

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but the blossom certainly cheered up this scene from Anthony Morris.

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We did have quite cloudy conditions through much of the day, starting to

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see some outbreaks of rain through the afternoon and we are continuing

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to see those through this evening. We are turning cold for a little

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spell and we could see one or two wintry showers, but Thursday and

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Friday we start to see those temperatures going back up again.

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Overnight tonight, the cloud and the fragmented rain gradually things

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southwards. By 10pm, clear of any wet weather and clear spells

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overhead. We are into the Arctic air mass, temperatures close to freezing

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in many parts, we will spot could be a touch below. A wide spread frosty

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start the day first thing on Tuesday morning. A bright start with some

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good sunny spells to get the day going. The cloud will start to

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bubble up through the afternoon. Given some good sunshine, highs of

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around 11 or 12 degrees. Sheriff starter arrived through tomorrow

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afternoon and it looks as we go into the latter part of the afternoon,

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they will become heavier and more wintry, seeing some sleet, hail,

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possibly a rumble of thunder. They do tend to easily through the course

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of tomorrow night, we are seeing once again dry conditions and clear

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spells, a return to those frosty conditions as temperatures near

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freezing. As we start the day on Wednesday, a similar picture, some

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good brightness, feeling rather fresh, showers earlier in the day

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but the -- they could be on the wintry side. Hail, sleet and thunder

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possible. Top temperatures of 1112. Thursday, milder conditions. We have

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a weather front thinking favoured bringing extra cloud to the chorus

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every day. Patchy light rain towards the end of the day, meant to Friday

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it looks as though we will see a cloudy day in the most part, limited

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brightness but one or two showers are possible. Look ahead to next

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weekend, quite cloudy, we will see some good dry weather but the odd

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shower here and there. That's it from us this evening. Do

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you remember Tracy Edwards and her crew? We've got some news tomorrow

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about that. Thanks for watching, goodbye. Good night.

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There are times in the life of a nation

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when the choices we make define the character of our country,

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times when people stand up and demand real, significant change.

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we have the chance to shape a brighter future for Britain

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and I believe we have the vision and the plan to do it.

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