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In tonight's programme: so it's goodbye from me -

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A life sentence for a rapist who was caught thanks in part

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On the election trail with the Chancellor,

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but his staff aren't impressed by our reporter's questioning.

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We work very closely together on these things.

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I'm afraid the media is making up stories.

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Peter Henley continues his election tour of the south by bike.

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And could there be a stormy end to the week?

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A rapist who attacked a woman at knife-point in Oxford has been

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handed a life sentence at Oxford Crown Court.

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The victim was approached as she walked at Harcourt Hill.

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Mark Pearton pleaded guilty to rape, assault and possession

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He'd previously been jailed for raping a 13-year-old.

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This is Mark Pearton's car captured on CCTV.

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He used the vehicle to watch and stalk a lone female jogger

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in Harcourt Hill in Oxford last January.

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Wearing a balaclava and carrying a knife, he attacked and then

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This type of offence is rare on a national scale.

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Normally, there's a link between the victim,

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But we can't find a link to anything for Mark Pearton at all.

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DNA evidence helped identify him within 36 hours.

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He denied the offence and said the pair had had consensual sex

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But overwhelming evidence saw him plead guilty to rape,

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We've got two witnesses that drove past and they recall seeing a female

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fitting the victim's description and seeing a male

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44-year-old Mark Pearton from Eastbourne in Sussex

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He was jailed for five years in 1994 for armed robbery and then given

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a life term in 1999 for the rape of a 13-year-old girl.

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He was only released from prison two years ago.

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The officer in this case hopes today's sentence will help

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I really hope that she doesn't let this event define her life.

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That she finds a way of putting this, keeping this as what it was.

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Which is a horrendous, significant event in her life,

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but not making it become what she becomes.

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Sentencing Mark Pearton to a life sentence with a minimum term

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of 7.5 years, Judge Ian Pringle QC said that

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Pearton's victim had been permanently scarred by what he'd

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done, that Mark Pearton remained a danger to the public

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and that he may never be released until he could prove

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A court has heard how a man beat his former partner with an iron

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before setting her alight in her own home in Swindon.

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32-year-old Anthony Porter was today jailed for life

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after admitting murdering Andraya Lyons in December.

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Her family's appealed to anyone in a violent relationship

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A fun-loving and bubbly mother, someone who saw the good

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in everyone, so say the family of Andraya Lyons.

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They expressed their grief outside court today.

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We miss her so much and our lives have been completely devastated

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by the act of one evil, vicious, selfish, manipulative

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Her partner, Anthony Porter, had a problem with drink and drugs

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and a history of violence towards women, including Andraya.

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The court heard that on the 9th of December the two went

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to her work's Christmas party at a hotel in Swindon.

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Porter became aggressive and Andraya left with friends,

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But Porter returned to her house in the early hours -

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He beat Andraya with an iron, broke her nose, stamped on her,

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before dousing her with white spirit, setting the house

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Postmortem examinations show Andraya was unconscious but still breathing

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Porter gave himself up to the police, saying

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But the judge didn't accept that, saying Porter clearly

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intended to kill Andraya, and jailed him for life.

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Andraya had tried to separate from Porter but he was still living

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with her because she didn't want him to become homeless.

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I recognise the difficulties in terms of reporting domestic abuse

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but I would simply say to people they can come forward and speak

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to the police with the confidence that they will be treated

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sensitively and if they can't speak to the police,

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alternatively there are other agencies, such as Swindon Women's

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Aid, who will provide the help and support they require.

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Porter is to serve 17.5 years in jail before being considered

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for parole and will remain under licence for life after release.

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It's believed a cyclist who died on Botley Road in Oxford on Tuesday

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fell from her bike moments before she was involved in

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Investigations are continuing but police don't think

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it was as a result of any interaction with another

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The 31-year-old woman, named locally as Claudia Comberti,

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The force say her family are being supported by specialist officers.

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An inquest into the death of a nine-year-old Oxfordshire girl

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who died when she was kicked by a horse during a hunt meeting

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has heard how she was on a simulated fox hunt when the accident happened.

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Bonnie Armitage, a pupil at St Hugh's prep

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school in Faringdon, died from a kick to the chest.

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A health and safety expert told the hearing the level

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of supervision was far short of what could be

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Bonnie died last April at the event near Stroud.

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To the elections now and the Conservatives have been out

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Tory candidate Nicola Blackwood has been discussing transport issues,

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including the A34, and meeting traders in the town.

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She's been accompanied by the Chancellor Philip Hammond,

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who's denied national newspaper reports of a growing rift

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Side by side, showing his support for the local

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Conservative candidate, the Chancellor Philip Hammond spent

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One of the issues high on their agenda was transport,

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particularly one of Oxfordshire's busiest roads - the A34.

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What we need is a long-term solution would put a stop to this problem

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once and for all and that's why I was really pleased to hear

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the Chancellor announced in his Autumn Statement 27 million

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for a feasibility study for the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway,

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which will either divert the A34, put three lanes in or something

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which will mean we put an end to the misery of residents once

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The A34 is one of the main routes across the south,

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linking Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Hampshire.

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But congestion is an ongoing problem.

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I think opening up the north exit is a big priority for most

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There is a big building development going on the south side of the town

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and the roundabout at the top there, Tesco's end, it's just

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The Government promised ?50 million for improvements

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to the A34 in 2014 - something the Lib Dems claim hasn't

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The Conservatives broke that promise, they said that money had

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been secured and what we now know is that it has not.

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In north Abingdon, we've got a development of 600 houses

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that was meant to have not been built unless that

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The houses are now about to be built and there's still no money.

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As a campaign, that is my top priority for the area.

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Without it, we can't solve the congestion

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And Labour has also voiced its concerns.

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The A34 really needs to be upgraded and redesigned in order to fit

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local needs and purpose, particularly around

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As a Labour Party, we have committed to invest in long-term

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infrastructure, spending on our roads, essential for the A34.

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Away from local politics, the Chancellor today made front-page

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news in one of the national papers, which claims his relationship

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with the Prime Minister is growing more and more tense.

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We are in complete agreement on policies around energy

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We work very closely together on these things.

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I'm afraid the media is making up stories.

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He answered but his staff are not happy. We were stopped from joining

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the walkabout that we were initially invited on.

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By bringing one of the Conservative Party's most senior figures

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to the heart of the constituency, Nicola Blackwood is hoping

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But because of one of the questions I asked earlier, this was as far

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Oxford West and Abingdon has been in the hands

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But before that, it'd been under Lib Dem rule for more than a decade.

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And with Labour also contesting this seat,

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And a little later in South Today, Peter Henley will be

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on his bike for the next part of his election cycle reports.

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Don't forget you can find more details on the

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Film and sound production students in Oxford saw their films showcased

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They've spent the past three months working on the short films as part

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of their course at the SAE Institute.

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The special screening took place at the Odeon in St George's Place.

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The glitz and glamour of the red carpet.

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A few months ago the Baftas celebrated the great

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And today in Oxford students enjoyed their own premiere.

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Granted, this one was slightly lower key.

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But for them it was no less important.

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I've never had the opportunity to screen something professionally

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and to actually have my work put on the big screen in the cinema

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I'm excited because I get to see my thing on the big screen.

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It will be really fun to see something big.

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I cannot wait to see the audience's reaction

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because my film is very silly, so hopefully it'll be really funny.

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The students had been working on their films

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And they're following in big footsteps.

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Niv Adiri, who won an oscar for sound in the film Gravity,

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is among the college's more impressive alumi.

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So could someone here be the next Stephen Spielberg?

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Well, I think some of them have the potential to actually make

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There is a lot of talent and with the proper encouragement

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I think they are going to be able to be successful in

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The first step, of course, will be graduation in September.

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Time for me to hand over to South Today's

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leading lady tonight - Sally Taylor.

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Our transport correspondent has been scaling news heights.

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We all live on a crane 150 feet above Southampton docks and we have

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come here to see this, the largest ship ever to call at a UK port.

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As luck would have it, the bike tour our political editor

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Peter Henley has been making around the south was due to arrive

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Perhaps, we thought, the Prime Minister Theresa May has

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Things didn't quite work out like that.

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Look at this, no traffic, you might think I am still in Hampshire but I

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have reached Southampton. This is Southampton Common, a huge area of

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recreational land popular with dog walkers and runners and cyclists of

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course. You may notice today I am wearing my

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tie. That is because there are rumours of an important visitor in

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the city and I am hoping to have a word with her.

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What is in the mind of the public today?

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Excuse me. Can I talk to you? If you got a chance to talk to the Prime

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Minister what would you say about the election, will Xi Wen?

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I think so, it is manoeuvred to get Labour out.

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Jeremy Corbyn, what do you think about him?

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We want to recover from this. Enjoy your coffee.

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Lovely to meet you. Where are in Southampton with Theresa May visit?

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This might look like the venue for a big political meeting. I happen to

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know that is not the conference going on here today.

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This conference at Solent University is about devolving power from

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central Government to councils in the south, a lot of movers and

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shakers. If you had a chance to talk to the

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Prime Minister what would you say to her about devolution?

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We have had plans in the region the devolution of real powers and

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resources to the area but they haven't progressed and been agreed.

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Greater Manchester is probably the most visible example of what you can

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get. They have devolved responsibility for everything to do

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with health. Every one of your viewers will be interested in that

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and have a view. Time to get pedalling, I have had a

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tip-off whether Prime Minister might be and here is a dead giveaway, a

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posse of journalists hungry for a scoop.

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Is she around here? She is doing some canvassing.

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Who do you mean? You know where she is. I am hoping

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the Prime Minister will turn up. Hoping? But you are never sure. It

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is on a need-to-know basis. We feel we need to know much more than the

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Conservative Party feels we need to know.

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All of a sudden there she was in Warwick Road, in Southampton.

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Prime Minister, are you getting a good reception in Southampton?

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Not the most challenging question but I have been given a special

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promise of a proper interview the South today next time she is

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visiting. Well, Peter is still

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in Warwick Road, Southampton, Peter, does it feel like there's

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more of an effort by parties, this time round to try to control

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what the media report? We've increasingly had this

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system of pooled material where the political parties insist

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only one camera follows a visit and the same interviews

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and pictures are shared around. That makes it easier for people on

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the doorstep. But equally it leaves the power over

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what is shown very much Labour and the Lib Dems are making a

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virtue saying they are open to questions, they will be meeting real

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people. That makes a campaign interesting, remember when Gordon

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Brown met Gillian Duffy. But you take a risk and things can come

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unstuck. Can they keep it up until polling

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day? I think the Conservatives will do,

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the more journalists protest the more likely the EU will protest, it

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makes Theresa May look very strong and a person who won't change as she

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said in TV debates, she doesn't have to do it, just vote for me.

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And tomorrow Peter will be on the election trail in Eastleigh.

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Let us talk football and the Kaptur Saints match last night.

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It has it been a good season, Cup final, Europe, not bad in the

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league. Recently it has gone flat, and end of season feel.

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Claude Puel admitted his frustration as his Southampton side failed

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to score in a fourth of their last five games.

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The latest blank came against an Arsenal side

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making a late charge for the Champions League places.

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Manolo Gabbiadini had Saints' best chance drawing a good

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Alexis Sanchez put Arsenal in front after half-time

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Arsenal completed a 2-0 win through a header

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It is a big frustration tonight because it was not a good

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game against the top six without a good reward.

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But with very good quality on the pitch.

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And this is difficult to accept this at the end.

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Southampton back in action on Saturday.

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Portsmouth's promotion-winning captain Michael Doyle

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The 35-year-old is out of contract and is set to join League Two club

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Coventry City for a second spell at the club.

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This summer Britain hopes to lift the America's Cup with a British

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Englishman who could lift the auld mug as it's known.

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The Swedish entry Artemis is strongly tipped to do well

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in Bermuda and it has some familiar names on the boat.

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Iain Percy from Winchester started his sailing

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life at Weston Sailing Club in Southampton.

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He went on to become a two-time Olympic gold medallist.

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In 2008 and 2012 he partnered the late Andrew

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He's now the team manager of Artemis Racing.

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Alongside him on the boat is helmsman

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He was a team GB gold medallist in 2008 and

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He's a former laser world champion and member of the Swedish

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challenge which aims to make its own history this summer.

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It is going to be fun for me racing my old friend,

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there's always a good level of sportsmanship.

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There are some boundaries you won't break as

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friends but don't get me wrong there is also

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a fierce will to win with

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If Ben Ainslie doesn't live the America's Cup trophy this June

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then maybe Iain Percy, his friend and

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The Swedish entry is looking good in practice too.

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We are going pretty well at the moment, we had a few warm up

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regattas, we sailed well, haven't lost many races.

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I am under no illusion that counts for absolutely

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It means we are in the hunt but I feel we need to make quite a

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Artemis are in their second Cup campaign.

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The first was marred by the tragic death of Andrew Simpson

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in San Francisco four years ago this week.

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Meanwhile a generation of British Olympic sailors are now

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competing in America's Cup racing and not just in the British boats.

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Spare a thought for your British sailors on the other boats, not just

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It has been, we have had an incredible wave of strength

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through our Olympic programme and that has

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translated into the professional world in the America's Cup.

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To be representing Sweden is a little different

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but it is going to be amazing racing, looking forward

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to racing the boys on BAR and hopefully

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they do well but not as

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Artemus will race BAR on day one, perhaps an early indicator which

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Meanwhile the defenders of the America's Cup Oracle Team USA

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had another close shave in one of their latest training sessions.

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They were practising on the Great Sound in a pre-start

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routine when their America's Cup 50-foot boat capsized.

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As the team explained on social media it happened in mere seconds

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but took only a couple of minutes to right.

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Oracle, led by Jimmy Spithill, defend their crown this summer.

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Dramatic images. We are a couple of weeks away from it getting underway,

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26 of May. We never get tired of those

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pictures. It's the biggest container

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ship to dock in the UK. One of the largest

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ships in the world. The MOL Triumph arrived

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in Southampton this afternoon. If you laid every container

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on the vessel end to end, they would stretch from

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Southampton to London. Let's join our transport

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correspondent Paul Clifton who is tonight live for the very

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first time in a rather You need a good head for heights, it

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wobbles quite a bit. I'm right on top of the tallest

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crane in Southampton docks. That means I'm 150

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feet above the ground. We've been up here before,

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but never live on air. And from here we can look down

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on the world's largest ships. We can look right along

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Southampton Water to the Solent Let me tell you about

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the ship below. 400 metres long, briefly the largest

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container ship in the world. Because an even larger one has just

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been delivered in South Korea. One huge engine, one single

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propeller, shifting up to 20,000 containers at a time

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between the Far East and Europe The ship has all the latest

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tricks to save fuel. Even a special paint that reduces

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friction in the water. As you build bigger ships they burn

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more fuel so that is more polluting. But per container because you are

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carrying more containers, the carbon footprint of the ship

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is actually going down Below us, unloading of the cargo

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is just getting under way. These ships use about a third less

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fuel per container than ships built So that's about a third

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lower emissions, too. Environmental performance

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is a hot topic. Ships like this burn a heavy diesel

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which contains a lot So this one has been designed

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to switch to liquefied natural gas if the economic case for the cleaner

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fuel stacks up in years to come. Ships like this pick up

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from half a dozen ports in China and the Far East,

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then visit four ports in Europe, then head back

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through the Suez Canal. A round trip takes

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about ninety days. All with just a handful of crew -

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there are fewer than twenty We salute you, our stomachs have

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been turning seeing you being buffeted by the wins.

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Matt Adamiak took this picture of MOL Triumph entering Southampton

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Michael McWilliam photographed the Bournemouth Wheel

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And Steve Miller captured the sun going down on West Wittering Beach.

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Lovely sunny conditions, allowing tempters rise up to 21 Celsius, a

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glorious day, glorious sunny spells. There were a few scattered showers,

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quite heavy, particularly in Oxfordshire and the South Downs.

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The chance of heavy and thundery rain overnight, even hail mixed in.

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Rain will move up from the south affecting many places but some

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errors could escape it all together and tempters full-forward away to 11

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Celsius. A muggy night and start to tomorrow.

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Tomorrow, drier weather, a fair amount of cloud, scattered

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thunderstorms almost anywhere. Through the afternoon, thunderstorms

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will clear northwards, temperatures may reach 19 Celsius.

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Tomorrow night, mainly dry, averages will stay fairly mild with this

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south-westerly breeze, a little bit of rain showers on Saturday morning.

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Temperatures tomorrow night will fall away to 10 Celsius.

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A mild start to the weekend, Saturday is mild, we develop

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stronger south westerly airflow, isolated showers and sunny weather,

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Saturday is the best day. A cold front arrives on Saturday night

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introducing more cloud and some rain. That much needed rainfall will

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arrive. We have this humid air from Iberia

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through Spain, drifting up from the south, but quite muggy and as a

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result it has triggered one or two thunderstorms already.

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Fresh air will arrive on Saturday night, pushing in on Sunday. Sunday

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will be mainly dry with a risk of scattered showers.

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Tomorrow, cloud, the chars of thunderstorms tomorrow.

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And on Sunday. Thank you very much, we need the rain.

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Join us again after the Ten O'Clock News.

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We leave you with a lovely shot of Southampton docks and that huge

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ship, they will be busy down there over the next few days. Goodbye.

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Ukip created history and won us all Brexit.

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