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Based on a true story. so it's goodbye from me.

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So I bent over and kissed him on the head.

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Students perform a hard-hitting drama centring on terrible

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I just saw the documentary and I was so moved that,

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it wasn't necessarily I want to do something, I felt like I HAD to.

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Also tonight, a village gets all its ducks in a road

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We've got like hundreds of yellow rubber ducks and we've filled

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the potholes with the ducks so they can enjoy a nice little swim

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because we think these potholes are big enough to be filled

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by the council and we are urging them to please do

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Later in the programme, could it be Dannie,

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The city lad whose confounded expectations by making it big

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It was a moment that destroyed the lives of people

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from Oxfordshire, Swindon and even Australia.

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Last June, 28-year-old Gavin Roberts was killed on the A34

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Following his death, Gavin's girlfriend met

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Today, almost one year on, a group of drama students

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have performed a hard-hitting play based on those events to warn other

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And on 10th September, 2016, I crashed my car into Josh Rogers.

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These students may be acting but the emotion is real.

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Based on the tragic events of a crash on the A34,

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this play has been produced to warn others of the dangers

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A man from Oxford who was on his mobile phone when he caused

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the death of a driver on the A34 has been sentenced to three years

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The victim was 28-year-old Gavin Roberts.

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After the crash, his girlfriend Meg, a teacher from Swindon,

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Inspired by her stories, her pupils produced the play.

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I saw the documentary that she had taken part in and obviously

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I heard about what happened to her and her boyfriend.

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I just saw the documentary and I was so moved that it wasn't

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One of the lines, you don't think it will ever happen to you,

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but it's true, it can happen to anyone at any point

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I am still trying to work out why you were taken from me so soon.

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Last year, a study found 14% of drivers felt it acceptable

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to make a quick call behind the wheel.

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It's a mindset that Meg is hoping to change.

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I think getting into the education system and actually being able

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to use drama and performance to tap into the emotions of students,

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and I think they are the starting point because it's the generation

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coming up actually, that it's more real for them to just pick

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up their phone whenever they need to.

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Premiered at the New College Theatre, the play, called Second,

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will now begin a tour of local schools.

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Anyone interested in seeing it is asked to get in

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Ukip has withdrawn its endorsement from its candidate in

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North Wiltshire after he posted a series of offensive tweets.

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Paddy Singh's Twitter account contains derogatory comments

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about women as well as African, Chinese and Jewish people.

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Mr Singh has said he is not racist and regrets posting the messages.

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Gloucestershire Police is expected to become the latest force

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to introduce spit hoods in its custody suites.

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The meshed hoods that can be placed on offenders to stop them spitting

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at officers have already been handed out to officers

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Their use has been condemned by human rights groups who say

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But the force says the measure will be used as a last resort

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To the election now, and all of the manifestos

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One section of society who undoubtedly will be closely

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Each of our main parties have provided a package of policies aimed

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at tempting the older voter, but how have they gone

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Bethan Phillips has been finding out.

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Time to see if older voters know who's pledging what and if they're

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I don't think any of them have mentioned the bus pass, have they?

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Means testing for winter fuel payments.

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The care threshold would be put up to ?100,000 before

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you have to pay for care, but you would also have to include

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I think that is the Conservatives again.

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It's really difficult, I think, because obviously we haven't got

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the money to do all the things that ideally we would like

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This is probably the most important election this country has ever

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Free bus passes for pensioners - all three main parties have

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Both the Tories and Lib Dems say they would introduce means testing

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Increasing the care threshold to ?100,000, including

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the value of your house, even if you're receiving care

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at home, that was in the Conservative manifesto.

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What's rather unflatteringly known as the "grey vote" is very

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Pensioners have a lot of power in our democracy.

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And that's really down to one simple reason.

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They are much more likely to vote than younger people.

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Why do you think that pensioners are more likely

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I think just the experience of life means that the older generation feel

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I think young people generally feel disenfranchised.

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They are not involved as they feel in politics at all.

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They are really confused about what's going on.

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Like we are, actually, because who do we vote for now?

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Which parties are on a roll with older voters?

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We'll have to wait until the votes are in to find out.

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The final, historic bubble cars have run

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on Chiltern Railways for the last time.

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The trains have been in operation since 1957 but are being replaced

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Today hundreds of railway enthusiasts from across the country

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have been in Buckinghamshire for the final ride on the Aylesbury

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The single carriage trains are distinctive for the ability

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to let people see ahead through the front windows.

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I used to work on the railway, but I had to give up

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I used to travel on these in the West Country as well.

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They're pretty nice, the old ones like these.

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They're the only ones still running in the whole

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of the country apart from the ones on heritage rail lines.

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So I go up to Aylesbury every now and again.

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I always try and make sure I'm on one of the services

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Well, increasingly over the last few years, the trains haven't been

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They're increasingly more expensive to maintain and actually growth

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on the route also means we're looking for more capacity so time

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has come to replace them with a different type of train.

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Fed-up villagers have staged an unusual protest against potholes

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People living in Steeple Aston in Oxfordshire have gathered an army

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of the bath time toys and placed them in the holes to

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It's an issue that can ruffle the feathers

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Here in Steeple Aston they've come up with a novel way of highlighting

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What we've done is we've got like hundreds of yellow rubber ducks

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and we've filled the potholes with the ducks so they can enjoy

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a nice little swim because we think these potholes are big enough to be

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filled by the council and we are urging them to please do

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Some villagers say the potholes have already caused them injuries.

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And I think if I wasn't as robust as I was, I probably

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It's steadily getting worse and it's been bad for a little while now.

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The sort of damage like that it doesn't occur over

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It's been around for a good couple of years now and there's only

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More than 22,000 potholes were repaired in the region last year.

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Oxfordshire County Council admitted the road in Steeple Aston

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It said it would be in touch with villagers when it had decided

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the most appropriate method of repair.

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Celebrity chefs and many faces from the nation's favourite cooking

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programmes have been in Milton Keynes for the launch

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Buckinghamshire's Claire Clark is considered one of

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She's now set up a Centre of Patisserie Excellence

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Brennan Nicholls was given exclusive access to the official launch.

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From this September the Claire Clark Academy

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will welcome its first 14 students who will begin to learn from one

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I feel quite emotional about it, really, but I also

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I think this is a huge responsibility to take on educating,

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She is renowned throughout the world as one of the world's

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For her to be able to set up something like this in the college

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is a very proud moment for her, I know, as a personal friend,

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this is something she will be overwhelmed with but at the same

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point, the college must feel very proud as well that they have one

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of the world's leading pastry chefs working with them, alongside

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them, in the development of their students.

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Our team here in Milton Keynes college in the catering department

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They loved Bake Off Creme de la Creme and they tweeted Claire to see

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if she wanted to do something with a kitchen that we really

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weren't making too much use of, and from there the relationship

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built and developed and here we are today.

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Milton Keynes College already has an award winning

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Now it's looking to produce world class patisserie chefs.

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It's extremely important to have places like

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If nobody shows you how to do a beautiful Mille-feuille,

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how to do a great puff pastry, how to do a little bit

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of sugar work, a little bit of chocolate work,

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how to do the core skills which make a great pastry chef,

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Claire may have been a judge on Masterchef and Bake Off Creme

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de la Creme TV shows, but she's a local girl done good.

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The former Buckinghamshire vicar's daughter trained

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at Aylesbury College herself before going on to achieve greatness.

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Having that extra bit to really want to learn that craft,

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I'm over the moon, to be on this course.

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Knowing that she did exactly the same thing that gives me

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As well as the college course, the new Academy will also play

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host to masterclasses, so the likes of you and I can learn

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Oxford's Ashmolean museum has obtained a rare portrait painted

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in the city during the civil war as part of its 400th

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William Dobson started the artwork in 1645 and finished

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It shows a meeting between three Royalist commanders in Oxford

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at a moment when royal hopes of victory were fading.

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It's been acquired in part thanks to a ?90,000 grant

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from the Heritage Lottery Fund, and is one of several attractions

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on show during a special late night opening getting under

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This year we're celebrating the 400th anniversary

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of Elias Ashmole, the founder of the Ashmolean Museum and this

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painting was painted during Elias Ashmole's lifetime,

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so it was painted when Elias Ashmole was in Oxford in the winter of 1645,

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and that's what makes it really special, because, although we're

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not sure that Ashmole would have seen this painting,

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he was definitely in town when the painting was

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So there's going to be a parade from Broad Street to the Ashmolean

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of a Cavalier force and we're going to be escorting King Charles I

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Once we get here, we're going to be quartering ourselves in the museum,

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just as the Royalist Army imposed itself on the people

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I'll have the headlines at 8 and a full bulletin at 10.30.

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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Later, the weather for weekend from Alexis, and she's

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There might be blue skies here at the moment but today there's been

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some really quite torrential, heavy, thundery downpours. I'll have the

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weekend weather shortly. A sixth person arrested in

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connection with the murder of Bournemouth man has been in court.

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It's been a critical year for business since the EU referendum

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result, but uncertainty over Brexit doesn't seem to have impacted

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on economic growth for everyone, despite predictions to the contrary.

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So what assurances are businesses seeking from our politicians in

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Our business correspondent Alastair Fee joins us

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So it hasn't been a case of choppy waters for everyone.

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The weather down here has been good but I do get a general sense of

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positivity, too. The marine industry here,

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for instance, is reporting growth That doesn't mean it's been plain

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sailing for everyone, though, and the cloud of uncertainty that

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Brexit brings with it will be Despite the rise of goods, splashing

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out on leisure time has been on an increase this year. Spending has

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been quite literally buoyant, and that's been good for businesses on

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the water in Dorset and many inland are reporting growth as well. The

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Nuffield industrial estate is home to 100 businesses covering most

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sectors of the economy. I last came here six months ago. So what has

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changed? Despite the political climate, this shop that is as busy

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as ever, but it is new hotels and bars in London driving growth.

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Orders from the rest of the South are slow. From the election we want

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stability. Stability for the country which will bring stability for our

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company and others also. Hopefully we will have British -- better trade

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links which will help build our business for a sustainable future as

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opposed to something which is in continual flux. The prospect of

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leaving the EU has definitely caused a wobble but nothing as choppy as

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some had feared. The fall in the power and has been the biggest

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balancing act for businesses as they've had to much higher prices of

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imported materials with increased good for demands made here now they

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are cheaper for those buying from abroad. This electrical company is

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making a steady profit but the exchange rate in the months since

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the referendum has really hurt. The question now is, will this election

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stir things up, too, or make things easier? We definitely want to get to

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the other side of the general election just so it gives the market

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more confidence. At least then we know where our future is and we can

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plan for it. At the moment, business can't really make plans, it can't

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invest. It's almost stuck in limbo. There's been much talk of the

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squeeze on consumer spending. This small business has seen a change. If

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it's not coffee and some are just, it's one, not both, at the moment,

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and some people come out less to these places at this time of year.

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And some buildings still to let since last year, so haven't seen an

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improvement there either at the moment. So what is the one thing

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they all want from this election? I ask this business to sum up their

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hopes. For Mark, it is stability and the end to uncle -- a climate of

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uncertainty. Les once more confidence. And Marie wants a

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climate where people start spending again. -- Les once more confidence.

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Thank you for joining us this evening, can you tell me how things

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have been in the period since the referendum last summer? Things

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stalled for a while. There was a period of uncertainty and people

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obviously didn't feel secure enough to splash out on luxury items. So it

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started to improve from September onwards and it's made a steady

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recovery since. And of course we are in another period of uncertainty

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now. What are your hopes once the election is over? I think we need to

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approach the next year or so with cautious optimism. Not to go too far

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into the future with plans but to take each month as it comes, and I

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think the leisure industry generally will get going. Mike, thank you for

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joining me here at the boat show. There's a general sense this period

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has held back sales and people are just looking forward to getting back

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to business as usual. Thank you very much. Looking lovely

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there, because we will be joining Alexis shortly. She will have the

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weekend weather for you from the boat show.

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Evidence is mounting of the benefits of using dogs to help pupils

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concentrate and deal with behavioural problems but there are

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worries from some in the field there could be problems with unsuitable

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dogs, leading to calls for a code of conduct. In a strange way, they see

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the dogs being able to follow instructions -- instructions and

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directions and then the children do the same. It has also help with

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managing their behaviour. It's like having a real-life teddy bear. If

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you are stressed you have a real-life teddy bear with a

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heartbeat and a hug. It is lovely when they work so well with

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children. Particularly lovely. What is it now, nine months? Gas, nearly

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all over. The Premier League. -- yes, nearly all over. The first

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thing is, you can't take anything for granted. You can easily drop and

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find yourself in trouble. Claude Puel faces a fight to stay

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in his job as Southampton manager as Saints are in eighth

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place going into Sunday's finale against Stoke,

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and despite some notable achievements, Puel's position

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is in doubt amid reports of player unrest and an underwhelmed

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mood among the fan base. Southampton's chairman told us this

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week there's much to be positive If you think of us having 18 players

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with three years or more left in their contracts,

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12 with four years or more, we decide what happens

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through the summer. We are in a position irrelevant

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of names to make decisions of who goes in and who goes out,

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and that feels good. Meanwhile, Bournemouth go

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to Leicester knowing that they could That hasn't happened

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since the 1958-59 season. Eddie Howe's side are

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tenth in the table. They're looking for their 100th goal

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as a Premier League club at the end of another successful season,

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their second in the top flight. Both county matches in cricket

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affected by rain today. The home side has been put in a strong

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position. Surrey made it to 265-5. That was before rain ended the day's

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play early. So Hampshire and Surrey continuing through the weekend.

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Now, here's an extraordinary story about a young man who grew up

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in a non-horsey family in the city of Southampton, who,

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against expectations, is making a name for himself

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at the highest levels of the equestrian sport.

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Dannie Morgan, who still lives in Millbrook in Southampton,

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is getting used to being referred to as "an up-and-coming star",

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Chrissy Sturt has been to meet him in Colden Common, where he trains.

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Dannie Morgan is as flash on the flat as is he is in the air.

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Few riders can switch from the demands of dressage

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to the craziness of cross-country with such ease.

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Dannie is now competing at the highest levels in both.

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Now that I've got my foot into the dressage a bit,

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I'm really enjoying it, and I'd love to be able to ride

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at Grand Prix level as well as do the eventing to a high level.

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He recently took two horses to the British Dressage Championships,

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coming away with a fistful of rosettes and national

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It gives you such a buzz to ride at the Championship level

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and it was a great feeling to actually, you know,

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be national champion, and it just makes you hungrier

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to try to improve and get better all the time.

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Life now is pretty different from his childhood in inner-city

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I've always had that sort of drive to do it and have always been quite

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clear-sighted in what I wanted to do, so just got to keep pushing

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Elite rider Alice Oppenheimer spotted Dannie's

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He's now helping bring on her youngsters.

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Because he's shown confidence, nothing worries him,

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so then he sort of passes that confidence onto the horses,

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so because he's so calm, relaxed and confident,

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even if the horse is a bit unsure, he's like, "There's no

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problem," so they're like, "All right, off we go."

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Dannie is aiming to compete internationally, but for now it's

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He's good, isn't he? Yes, and also nice to Cialis Oppenheimer as well.

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Let's get onto the weather. -- nice to see Alice Oppenheimer. Let's look

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at the pictures before the weather. Breezy where you are. Certainly is.

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In the distance behind a camera, I can see a cumulonimbus cloud, a

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storm cloud, so a lot of thunderstorms moving across the

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region with torrential rain in places. Let's look at the satellite

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picture from earlier on. A lot of cloud over the South with showers

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moving further inland and across coastal counties. Quite torrential

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at times with lightning strikes as well. Hail mixed in with the showers

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with temperatures reaching 15-16. Tonight, we're expecting the showers

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to fade away and the skies to clear, with temperatures falling away down

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to 6-10, so a fresh start tomorrow. In the countryside temperatures

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could be up for- five. First thing tomorrow, temperatures will be 11-12

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and the showers are starting to creep in. -- temperatures could be

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up to 4-5. Showers will develop further through the course of

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tomorrow and they could merge together to form longer spells of

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rain with the risk of hail and thunder, and possible lightning

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strikes, so very hit and miss, like today, but you will be unlucky if

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you catch one after another, after another. Temperatures reaching 14-15

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in the afternoon. A repeat performance of tonight tomorrow

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night. Any rain showers will fade with temperatures falling down to

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7-8. Cool start tomorrow and then on Sunday. Sunday is the better data

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the weekend, drier as well. -- the better day of the weekend. Tomorrow

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we will see the thunderstorms with the risk of hail and lightning.

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Those will merge together in some places to form longer spells of

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rain. Monday starts to get a bit warmer and we could see highs of 20.

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A good deal of cloud, though, with patchy rain later in the day. A

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similar scenario on Tuesday and then high pressure starts to build for

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the rest of next week. So from the lovely conditions here, back to you

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in the studio. Now, you may remember

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earlier this month we told you about four-year-old Sebbie Smith

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from Winchester, who has a rare cancer-like condition

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and who loves pirates. Two weeks ago the charity

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Make-A-Wish arranged for him to light up

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Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower to summon pirates for a special

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party onboard a tall ship Well, we were so taken by Sebbie's

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story, we got dressed up, As you can see, he's

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making good use of them... They sent all their stuff to me!

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They have sent all their stuff to me!

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Yes, I think we have! Enjoy it. Thank you for watching us tonight.

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We'll have more view on Monday. Have a great weekend. We are going to

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leave you with a lovely shot of Poole town harbour.

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