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In tonight's programme: In pain and struggling to cope.

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Claims a shortage of carers is leaving people

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with mutliple sclerosis without the support they need.

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Also, how firecrews in Oxfordshire will be helping paramedics treat

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And later on: The soaring numbers of red kites,

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the birds of prey now flying high after being once on the

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A third of people with multiple sclerosis say they're

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not receiving enough, or any, support.

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The results of a survey by the MS Society have just been published.

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We'll be hearing from the charity in a couple of minutes.

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First though, we've been to meet one man and says he isn't

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getting the care he needs, after being told there

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Brian Cook, who lives in Lower Heyford near Bicester,

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Stuart Tinworth has been to meet him.

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Brian's been living with MS since 2004.

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He's gone from walking, to a wheelchair, and can no

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He also says he no longer has guarantees for continuing care,

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It is hardly a way to live not knowing what is going to happen next

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week or the week afterwards. I am not sleeping very well. I think I

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had about three hours sleep for each of the previous four nights.

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Brian says his care package ended at the start of this month.

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Care agencies are taking on more work with less and less carers. They

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are working on zero our contracts and they are being paid ?1 more than

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the living wage and they can earn that sort of money working in a

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shop. The MS Society says

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Brian isn't alone. government for social

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care is to blame, claiming providers are struggling

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to recruit and keep The county council however

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is insistant it's trying to help. In a statement they stress:

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Mr Cook has not been left And sufficient funds

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are in place, so he can And they add - we will work with him

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to look at alternatives in the short-term, whilst sufficient

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care is identified. The council says it's also investing

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?1 million in a range of initiatives aimed at strengthening the social

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care market, with new training and measures to improve worker

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recruitment but concerns remain. the corner for new retail projects

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at Westgate and Bicester village, the carer market could be

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squeezed further still. The Multiple Sclerosis Society has

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surveyed more than 11,000 people Earlier I spoke with

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Genevieve Edwards from the charity and asked her how common

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Brian's story is. I'm afraid Brian is not alone, by no

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means. And it is really distressing to see the situation he has been in

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and how he has really struggled to get the care he needs. Our research

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shows we hear from people with MS every single day that this is

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happening up and down the country and what we are seeing now is that a

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third of people in the most severe needs are struggling to get even

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basic support like help with dressing and washing. What else did

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your survey reveal? The needs of people with MS had been going up

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steadily and yet the care that is available to them has been reducing

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and some specifics around that, we found that if you are a young person

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with MS, you were less likely to get the care that you need around social

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care needs which is really distressing. And we are also seeing

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that more and more people are trying to fund their own care or they are

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turning to friends and family for help, or they are just not coping.

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What more needs to be done? If an arm of the care workers there, what

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can be done? Part of this solution is funding. Of course everyone talks

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about the need for funding for social care but it is a really vital

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part. We have had an extra 2 billion in the budget this year but that is

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not going to last. We need a long-term sustainable funding

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solution but the other point that you raise and this is something that

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Brian has experienced is that there are quite often just not enough

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trained, skilled care workers so we really need to focus on that

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workforce issue to make sure we have people that can come into those jobs

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and to make sure that people like Brian can have needs met.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a man charged with a racial

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attack on a pregnant woman in Bletchley.

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David Gallacher was due before Aylesbury Crown Court but failed

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He's accused of assaulting a woman in Bletchley,

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Gallacher, who's 37 and of no fixed abode, is also charged with three

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counts of assaulting a police officer.

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Homeless people in Oxford will be allowed to live, temporarily,

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The Open House movement has previously set up home in a vacant

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restaurant in Summertown, a disused powerstation

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in Osney and a former car show room in Iffley.

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Last night Oxford City Council approved proposals to allow

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the squatters to stay in vacant buildings owned by the council.

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Firefighters are treating a fire at a derelict building

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Specialist fire investigation officers are working with police

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to work out what caused the fire on the Curbridge Road overnight.

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The roof collapsed, making conditions difficult

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The building is owned by the Diocese of Birmingham.

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Oxfordshire's fire service is helping ambulance crews get

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The six month trial will see fire crews aiding paramedics

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in medical emergencies, like when they need

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Before now, police would aid ambulance crews when necessary.

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Today's scenario in Didcot was a mockup, but Darren Weston has

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been called to numerous real life emergencies.

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He's saved many lives, but often the issue isn't

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so much treating patients as getting to them.

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The problem in gaining access into modern properties these days is

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harder than ever before. We could be faced with an unconscious patient

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and capable of -- incapable of answering the door. Every second can

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literally make a difference to the outcome and survival.

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If you need to get to the first floor from outside, fire crews

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The three emergency services are now working together

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Police or ambulance crews can call on the fire brigade for help.

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It is really important and one of the main reasons is for the people

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out there. We want to make sure we deliver the best service for them

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and times are hard. We have to make the most of the money that is made

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available to us. By working together, we can deliver better

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services, simpler and smarter and cheaper for the public.

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The six month trial has started well.

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Local fire crews have been called to 15 emergencies

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If successful, the three-way partnership is likely

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There are more than 6,000 suicides in the UK each year,

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that's about one suicide every two hours and at least ten times that

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Now a woman who founded of a suicide crisis centre in Gloucestershire

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wants to open a similar personalised service in Oxford.

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Joy Hibbins set up her charity after struggling to access support

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Five years ago, Joy Hibbins had a traumatic

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experience which left her with post traumatic stress disorder

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Having struggled to get the right support herself,

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a year later she set up her own suicide crisis centre.

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Today at St Edmund Hall in Oxford, she told mental health professionals

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about the personalised service her team provides.

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We work very tenaciously but it is also the way our services are set

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up. As well as having a suicide crisis centre where people can come

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and be safe, we also do home visits so we are actually going out to

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people who are at risk and I have got absolutely no doubt that going

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out to people when they are at risk is one of the reasons why all of our

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clients have survived. The Mental Health

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Foundation say suicide is the leading cause of death

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among young people. While four times as many

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men die as a result But Joy says men are seeking help -

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50 to 80% of her clients are men. Tom was only 22 when he thought

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about taking his own life. A serious car accident

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followed by his brother's Everything just seemed so dark and I

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didn't have anyone else to speak to. And I found suicide crisis online

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just by googling help for suicidal thoughts and things like that. The

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next day, I went along. The main thing that I got from it was the

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one-to-one. I went in and I saw joy and she would sit with me for as

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long as I needed. It was incredible to have that human connection.

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Joy says one-to-one support in a safe environment

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with specially trained councillors could have a significant reduce

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the numbers of suicides each year and hopes to one day see independent

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crisis centres like hers in every county.

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Oxfordshire's longest-serving Member of Parliament has today

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made his final speech in the House of Commons.

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Labour's Andrew Smith will stand down at the general

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He's represented Oxford East for 30 years.

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In his final speech, he thanked his supporters,

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his constituents and his neighbours in Blackbird Leys.

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I would like to say a huge thank you to all those who have helped me

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serve for 30 years for the wonderful constituency of Oxford East. My

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family and friends. My neighbours. Our party members and supporters. My

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trade union. My office staff and party organisers across the years.

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And most of all, my constituents. Thank you.

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A man from Oxfordshire has completed a 1,500 mile walk across India

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63-year-old Patrick Baddeley is raising funds for Future Hope,

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a charity providing opportunities to vulnerable children in Kolkata.

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Patrick first became aware of the charity

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when he accompanied his daughter Katie on a school trip to India.

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Works by distinguished sculptors from South Oxfordshire will go up

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The collection includes images of Churchill,

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the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh and Freddy Mercury.

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They were sculpted by Franta Belsky and Irena Sedlecka, who lived

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Estimates for the sculptures range from 100 to ?10,000.

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I'll have the headlines at 8pm and a full bulletin at 10:30.

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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concerning and I will be very happy to look at that issue.

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Later in sport, Lewis Coombes is in training.

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We are on the bikes in Portsmouth to see how football is helping the

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local community. The Conservative MP

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for Chichester, Andrew Tyrie, has announced he's standing down

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from Parliament at Mr Tyrie, who is 60,

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has been the MP there for 20 years, and says he will remain deeply

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committed to public service, and hopes he is young enough

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to contribute in other ways How would you like a litter bin that

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told you when it needed emptying? Or a smoke alarm that

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knew the difference Well, councils in the South

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are joining forces to build a new network for the emerging

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"Internet of Things". The aim is to make the network

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available to companies as an alternative to wi-fi

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or bluetooth as our political editor We live in the wireless era. Our

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phones connect us to the Internet, but what if everything we use could

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feed us data about what is -- what it is up to. An oven could tell you

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how long it has been on. It is perfect for smoke alarms. Attach it

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to your bike in case somebody ran off with it. Students at Eastleigh

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College found it easy to think up uses for the database of the

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Internet of Things. The South East will have a network of devices. The

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Hampshire Fire Service and local councils are developing an

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information superhighway. With a mobile network, fantastic, gets

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everywhere. With a mobile network, to power a device for more than a

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couple of weeks, we need to carry up battery with us. Southampton council

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has experimented with bins that tell staff when they are full and they

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see huge potential for the Internet of Things. You have elderly people

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who might be a bit in the firm, and you can have detectors in the

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housing to see if they are moving around or whether somebody needs to

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see if they are OK. Using technology to solve all problems is what we are

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about. You can see how far smartphones have spread and become

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part of daily life. The Internet of Things is likely to find its own

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uses just as quickly. The network is already being installed and it is

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down to the imagination of its users to see what could be connected in

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the future. Once on the verge of extinction,

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the red kite is a bird that's now thriving -

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particularly in urban Reading. Many people are choosing to feed

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them, encouraging them New research from the University

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of Reading shows how the huge birds of prey are adapting to live

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alongside us, just as we're getting more used to seeing them

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wheeling in the skies above. Red kites circling high,

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and swooping low, have become a common sight in built-up

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parts of Berkshire. Scientists initially thought they'd

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moved into urban areas roadkill for the carrion

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birds to feed on. But we surveyed, there's

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very little roadkill, our local councils are very good

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at keeping the streets clean, and instead we did questionnaires,

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we asked local people what they do. We found that, certainly well over 1

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in 20 local households here in Reading have fed red kites

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at one point or another, and so it's that feeding

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that's attracting them in. It's a very regular occurrence

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to drive through some of the suburbs of reading and see a dozen,

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two dozen red kites circling over a house where people clearly

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have been feeding them. As many as 400 red kites now

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regularly seek food, like scraps of chicken on the bone,

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in urban Reading. Their sheer size, and the fact

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that they often fly in groups, means they're unmissable -

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and research has also found both adults and children can identify

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red kites more easily The breed was virtually

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wiped out in the British Isles in the '60s and '70s,

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mainly because they'd eaten poisons and pesticides that these

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days are no longer used. Conservationists began

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re-introducing breeding pairs to the wild more

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than 20 years ago. What the red kite shows

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is that we have an icon of conservation success,

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where people made the effort, reintroduced the species,

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and now it's in our skies over much of southern England,

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it's very widespread here. Experts say there's no real downside

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to having so many red kites And their population is thriving -

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with or without us feeding them. Beautiful birds and great pictures

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there. Hampshire firefighters will soon be offering exercise classes

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for the over-65ss. The course is being funded by the local NHS. One

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for us for the future! Shall we start with the football,

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because it is about the good that clubs can do and celebrating that.

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The clubs get a bit of bad press, the prices they charge, moving

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matches around to suit the TV schedules, but it is time to give a

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positive spin on this. All 72 English Football League clubs

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came together today to showcase the positive impact the sport has

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within communities up The EFL Trust's Day of Action saw

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players engage with support groups and activities at a number

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of our clubs here in South. I joined Pompey defender

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Christian Burgess at a cycling Wheels For All is just one scheme

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run by Pompey in the Community. Each week a team of volunteers help

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over 100 people in the area Little bit hard to spear but -- to

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steer bet it is good. Libby thought her days

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of cycling were behind her. Motorcycle accident 25 years ago,

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but I actually lost my leg 12 years ago. Riding a normal bike is quite

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hard so using a hand one is so much easier. I actually didn't know this

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place existed but now I do I will be here, definitely.

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An affiliation with Portsmouth Football Club has

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helped to attract both sponsorship and awareness.

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Pompey in the Community can advertise us, they have the

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wherewithal to make people aware that we exist and we are trying to

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get enough money together to why extra bicycles. There are 72

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community trusts at each of the English football league clubs.

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Events were held at all Football League clubs in the South today,

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in Reading defender Paul McShane visited

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Schemes like this and the one in Portsmouth further proof

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You have just done a few laps on the bike, what was that like? I am a bit

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out of breath. It was good fun, people riding around and it means

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they come out and have a bit of exercise and it is great to be part

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of it. Southampton take centre stage

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in the race for the Premier League title tonight as they travel

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to current leaders Chelsea. Manager Claude Puel,

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who is yet to pick up a league win against a top-six side,

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says his side will relish it. To play against a great team

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like Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, it's a good

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motivation, and it's important to Full match commentary on BBC Radio

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Solent. Surrey batsman Jason Roy has been

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named in the England cricket squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy

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and South Africa series. There was no place in the squad

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for Hampshire's Liam Dawson. Eight teams will compete

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in the One Day competition, to be held in England and Wales

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at the beginning of June. Hampshire cyclist Dani King

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is contemplating competing for Wales The Olympic gold medallist

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from Hamble represented England at Glasgow 2014, but now meets

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the qualification criteria The South may not be

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the heartland of rugby league, but a Hampshire-raised player has

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won his first call-up Mike McMeeken, who's

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from Basingstoke, now plays He moved north after learning his

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trade with London Broncos. McMeeken is part of the England

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squad to face Samoa That is great because of the new

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think of rugby being a northern game but good luck to Mike.

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They made history as the first all-female crew to sail

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in the Whitbread Round the World Race.

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The achievement made the yacht Maiden and her skipper

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But Maiden fell on hard times and was discovered

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But she's to have a new lease of life.

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Today the boat arrived back in Southampton,

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where she'll undergo a full restoration, as Steve

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27 years after sailing into the history books on board

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Maiden, Tracy Edwards and some of her crew were reunited

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with the famous yacht that helped them change so many perceptions.

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They were the first all-female crew to complete the Whitbread round the

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world race. They had been written off but nine months later they were

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receiving a heroine' welcome. People did come round, a few people said,

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they will never do it, and they came to me and said, proved wrong, I

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admit it. Only in England could this happen, great maritime nation.

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For everyone on board, it was a life-changing experience.

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Everybody said no, and we were built with that funny little button that

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made us carry on. After passing through many

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hands over the years, the yacht was found abandoned

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in the Seychelles. The plan is to carry out

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a bow-to-stern renovation, and then she'll be used

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by the Maiden Factor project to promote girls'

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education around the world. I was expelled from school when I

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was 15, through away and education that was handed to me on a plate.

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Now I know that 69 million girls worldwide are denied an education so

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I do quite a bit of work with girls' educational charities, and I thought

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we could use Maiden to promote girls' education, and when we do our

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world tour, after the Restoration, that is what we will be doing.

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It was backing from the Jordanian royal family that

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got Maiden and her crew on the start line for the Round the World just

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over a quarter of a century ago - and now they're also supporting

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We were a bit of a fairy tale to some extent and this is the next

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chapter of the fairy tale, and it is a great one.

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Great to see the girls back and lovely that Maiden is going to go on

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to a new adventure. We will be following it on South Today.

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You just said we have had practically everything today in

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terms of weather. Whether bingo, frost, sunny spells,

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blue skies, sleep... -- sleet. We have seen some hefty downpours,

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more to come in the forecast. We have seen a little of everything

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just about today but boy has it felt cold. We have a bit more of this

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arctic air mass for the next 24 hours or so. You can see the yellow

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colours working in towards Thursday and Friday of this week. -- the next

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48 hours. We will start to see the showers clearing tonight but this

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evening there are one or two of them and they are on the heavy side as

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well. We could see that wintry theme to them so some sleet and hail still

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to be had. Temperature wise we are looking at low as close to freezing

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in many spots across our region. We could see a touch of frost

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particularly through western parts first thing tomorrow morning. Chilly

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and bright start to the day, cloud bubbling up, and showers working

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their way back in a little sooner than they did today. They could he

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heavy, thunder, hail, sleet all a possibility, and the winds will be

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whipping up as well. Temperature wise we are looking at 11 or 12

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degrees the high. Those showers will tend to fade away in the evening and

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we have clear skies across the region through tomorrow night. It

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looks like Wednesday will be the coldest night of the week, we expect

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a widespread frost and one or two pockets of mist and fog. Thursday,

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bit of a chilly start but we will start to see the cloud thickening as

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this weather front sinks southwards. That will bring patchy at wrecks of

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rain but it is the start of the slightly milder conditions, so

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becoming less cold through the course of the day on Thursday. The

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summary for the next few days, chilly conditions with one or two

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turning milder towards the tail end turning milder towards the tail end

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of next week. Cyclone, tornado. While you were

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doing before cast I was desperately trying to think of other words. We

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are back tomorrow at 6:30pm. Good buy.

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