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Hello I'm Sally Taylor. so it's goodbye from me,

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Tonight in South Today - two tragic stories which at their

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heart have mental health trtsts failing

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Southern Health is accused of failing a mother

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who killed herself after thd death of her son who had

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Upset and angry. Because it makes you got over it 100 times again and

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again, thinking what could H have done differently?

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And in Sussex, Susan Goswell's death was predictable, says a report.

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Her husband killed her after making threats for ye`rs.

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If they predicted it, they could have prevented it. I think ly

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mother's life, there was no question that was the case. We go back on a

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journey through 150 million years in a new museum dedicated to one man's

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passion for marine fossils. I'm sharing it with everyone in the nice

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thing is they don't live so I'm hopefully safeguarding it for the

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future as well. "She couldn't continue

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with her life after The words of a coroner todax

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in the inquest of Karin Cheshire, a Southampton mother who colmitted

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suicide nearly a year to the day after her only son

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also took his own life. Jay Cheshire was 17

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when he was investigated An allegation that

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never made it to court. For Karin Cheshire, the pain

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of losing a child was something A mother of two, who'd grown

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to become the closest She was the best mum,

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so loving, the three of us In July this year, at the Cheshire's

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family home in Bitterne, The inquest heard today how Karin

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had suffered a "mental breakdown" following the death of her son

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and had been in and out of psychiatric units run

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by the Southern Health Trust on five occasions over

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a period of six months. The Trust was criticised

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by the coroner for failing to pick up suicidal tendencies just three

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days before hanging herself. It was the second tragic ch`pter

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in the saddest of stories. Almost a year before

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Karin took her own life, her son Jay had committed sticide

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here in Riverside Park. At the age of just 17, Jay,

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who had a history of depression had been the subject of a police

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investigation into an allegdd rape. An investigation that was dropped

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due to a lack of evidence, and after police say the alleged

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victim decided against Jay's own inquest heard it had

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a "profound effect on his My mum and my brother used the same

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probe. My mum after receiving that back from the police, actually used

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the same rope. That is something that is good to stick with le for

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the rest of my life. I have very little family, and I'm just so

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angry. It is the law that alleged victims

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of sexual assault should maintain anonymity -

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whether the investigation ends up in court or not, unless thex choose

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to waive their right. My brother is gone and my mtm is

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gone, that is to lives lost, because of a certain situation.

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Jay, who was described in court as a "sensitive young man" had left

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personal notes and had also written his own

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Today the coroner said that Karin was a "special person"

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It wasn't that she loves me any more or less, I know that, it was that

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she couldn't live with what had happened to my brother, she couldn't

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live without one of her children. The Southern Health Trust apologised

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to her remaining family for their failure to recognhse

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the significance of Camellia clings on to the mdmories

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of the good times her "If they predicted it,

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they could have prevented it." The words of man whose fathdr

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murdered his mother. Roger Goswell, who had

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mental health problems, stabbed his wife Susan at their home

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in West Chiltington in 2007 A review into TEN killings hnvolving

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patients in the care of the Sussex Partnership NHS

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Foundation Trust revealed that Joe Goswell says he's stunndd

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by the report's findings which also found that

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risks posed by patients werd not Information from family and carers

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was not used effectively. And some of the Trust's staff

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did not understand the extent of their powers under

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the Mental Health Act. We'll be exploring the issuds it

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raises in just a moment. Nine years ago, Roger Goswell used

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a kitchen knife and a mallet to kill his wife Susan at their home

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in West Chiltington - He'd been receiving mental health

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treatment for a number of ydars - but hadn't been sectioned,

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despite his wife telling If they predicted it, then they

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could have prevented it. I think my mother 's love, no question that was

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the case, could have saved ht they have a duty of care, and as a duty

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of care, they should have m`de sure they prevented my mother 's death.

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Today's report examined the Goswell case -

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and nine others involving p`tients under the care of Sussex Partnership

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The trust launched the revidw after Matthew Daley killed

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Donald Lock on the A24 in Findon last year.

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The 79-year-old great-grandfather, was stabbed 39 times by Daldy

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I think he felt the floor and then it was just like autopilot.

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Daley was convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished

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During the trial, the jury heard his mother h`d

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The trust admitted it should've "listened to his

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Another of the cases involvdd a patient who became the victim

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Janet Muller was burned to death in the boot of a car

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The report found there were similarities between the killings -

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and the trust had severely underestimated the threats posed

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My message to the families hs one, Kim, of apology and condolence but

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an assurance that we will ldarn the lessons information to thesd tragic

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events. -- in relation. The trust has promised families -

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like the Goswells - that in the future

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they will be listened to and more involved in the care

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of their relatives. Marjorie Wallace is from

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the Mental Health charity [email protected] First of all, the Sussex mental

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health trust, they have apologised, put their hands up to it, they have

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said lessons will be learned but is that enough? No it isn't. This is an

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indictment of the failure to protect the lives of both patients, the

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families and the public. We have heard some of the failings,

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including not enough adequate risk assessments, poor staff trahning,

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they seem to be fundamental. How soon should we be and how concerned

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are you? Very concerned. We have listened to these enquiries and gone

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to over 100 of them, and thd same failings are reported. It doesn t

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take huge resources to listdn to the families can stop if they lhsten to

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the father of Matthew Daly, for ten years he had been telling them that

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his son suffered from schizophrenia, hearing voices, and that he can be

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violent. And they refused to take it warning seriously. It's the same

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time and again. When we did an enquiry at SANE, we did a whole

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analysis, etc one in two of the patient homicide cases had been

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identified as a failure to listen to families and people close to that

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patient. Patients need confhdence in mental health trusts, the ptblic

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need confidence as well. Is there just too much reliance on c`re in

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the community, in other words potential dangerous patients are

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allowed out? I think the problem is that with the community card policy,

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people, however disturbed, `re living in the community, but instead

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of being under strict supervision, they are under community te`ms and

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there been a lot of criticism of these teams, they have been cuts

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made, they are overstretched, they often don't turn up. There hs not

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one consistent person, which everybody wants and needs, who knows

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the history, and again and `gain they failed to include the families.

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Great to talk to you, thank you for speaking to us.

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Drivers on Southern Railways will be balloted for strike action

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after the ASLEF Union said talks with the operator had failed.

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ASLEF is opposing plans for for drivers,

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rather than conductors, to operate carriage

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It comes as commuters faced more disruption today, on the first

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of three days of industrial action by members of the RMT Union.

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The RMT union is considering to strike over the role of conductors

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when new trains are introduced. Yesterday it rejected Southdrn's

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latest offer to end the dispute Later in South Today

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Sarah Farmer is here The Rams from Los Angeles

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bringing a touch of American Football glamour

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to Guilford Campaigners calling for improved

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funding for schools in West Sussex have handed in a petition to Downing

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Street. The head of every state school in the county has signed a

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letter to the Prime Minister Theresa May, asking for an extra ?20 million

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in emergency funding. They claim the authority has the worst funded in

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the country and without the extra money they will have to makd cuts.

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Schools in a part of Berkshhre are so desperate for teachers that

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they're appealing to parents to help plug gaps in the classroom.

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The Downland Teacher Alliance is looking for graduates who might

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It covers a series of primary and secondary schools near Newbury.

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But a rural location in an `rea of high housing costs

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means extra difficulties for the school when it comes

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When you put repeated adverts out for maths

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teachers and then look in the Times educational and you see the amount

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of maths jobs that are going, it makes you realise that actually,

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this isn't the route we need to go, we need to look differently and bit

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With the school's outstanding status from Ofsted,

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getting teachers to stay here once they've seen

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The difficulty's getting thdm through the gate in the

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One group who know the school already are its pupils' pardnts

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So a letter has gone home to see who might be interested

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in going back to school to retrain on the job as teachers.

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In today's year ten physics class, former NHS radiologist Nicola.

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They wanted to use the skills and the degree I already had worked

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so hard for many years ago, and I always fancied teaching, I think

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it's a fascinating profession, and from what I've seen so far,

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Our trainees do three days in school and a day

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training with us specifically, and then some days over the year

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with Oxford Brookes Univershty, who do the PGCE

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and the accreditation side of things while we do the actual practical

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Of course long-term success will rely on continuing

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From a department that even by Whitehall standards has

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It's the opposite of Nimby-ism; those who oppose

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In Surrey, a group of residdnts fed-up with a site that's bden

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derelict for more than a decade are backing a regeneration scheme.

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The Brightwells site in Farnham is home to the old Redgrave Theatre

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but redevelopment has consistently been met with opposition.

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Now those who are keen to sde the town move forward

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Sounds like you're very biased. There are two sides. Those who want

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to see this rather rundown corner of Bono and redeveloped feel that up

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till now their voices haven't been heard. -- fine. Somewhere for the

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kids to come in this area of town is just run and depressing. Whdn the

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bigger we will be to come hdre rather than drive to all thd shot,

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they can be here, down the road bit safer and closer. Plans for new

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shops, restaurants, cinema `re well advanced promised judicial review of

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the local council 's actions as to 1600 people people signing one

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residents petition of support. We don't want any further delaxs. We

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have a derelict building in Farnham, we want to regenerate its and we

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want people to come here and enjoy it, and Brightwells is the way

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forward. Opponents say they are the stamping block. The only thhng that

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is standing in the way is that our council, Waverley, cannot obtain

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commercial funding and 14 ydars it has failed to do so. One of the

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reasons it has failed to do so is that shopping is changing, `nd there

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is a lot of shopping in this development, a lot of retail. Clicks

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are replacing bricks and people aren't doing so much shopping. The

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flexible solar to online brhckbats for the scheme's opponents. With any

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debate you have debate on both sides, particularly online where

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things become more vocal, pdrm may be offensive on both sides. One side

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thing both sides agree on is that Farnham is losing out.

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He might once have been forgiven for equating the myth of the grdy pound

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rather than a digital econoly but with 400 digital agencies in the

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town, the seaside report thd direct result is gaining a petition is a

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digital hub. Such is the spded of its growth that one in five of its

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posts is unveiled. We are looking at how the sector is planning to deploy

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its own future. The point is to do something, so whether it's building

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a website, or getting involved in charity work... Turning the tables

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on the employer. Leila is 16 and interviewing Arabella, the founder

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of a branding and web design agency. The chat will become a pod cast

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available to online. It might be better just to engage with ts as

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people because we are honest enough, we're bold enough, can give you the

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answers you need, and by engaging with the right people, you're more

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likely to be able to attract them to employment in the future.

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Bournemouth and Poole's Dightal economy has been run over stccess

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but sustaining that growth `nd filling empty positions has been a

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challenge. There is a big shortage of talent out there, the cldarly in

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digital roles, there is an `mazing amount of momentum and noisd

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happening about this area, we are all very excited about that, and one

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of the key challenges is to maintain that. The that 1000 14 to 18 year

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today work invited to see what the landscape offered them. The need for

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digital skills is increasing. I would be surprised there was in an

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organisation or agency that doesn't have vacancies. There are always

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jobs on offer. Industry leaders want to engage this generation now, the

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next wave of talent who instinctively understand technology

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better than anyone else. Wh`t they're looking for is much more to

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do with fitting in with the company culture then it is to do a

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particular convocations, although incredibly important to start off,

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to engage your passion with something. While salaries on the

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coast don't match London, nowhere has grown as rapidly as Dorset. The

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focus now is what can be done to keep this digital economy in the

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fast lane. Under the sport. Looking ahdad to

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the Thursday night match for Saints against Milan. Are you packdd? I'm

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worried about hammy blue shhrts to take! -- how many. The themd is just

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that they were the travel shtuation could be.

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Thousands of Southampton football fans are getting ready to fly off

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to Italy for Thursday night's Europa League match

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It should be fine getting to Milan - but getting home is probablx not

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Let's go to St Mary's staditm where Roger Finn has the story.

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Yes, nearly 7,000 Saints fans are heading

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They reckon that's the biggdst exodus abroad in the club's history.

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But on Friday there's going to be a general transport strike by unions

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It's going to involve aviathon staff - and also members of railw`y

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And it's going to last all day exactly when many fans

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People are still going to go. I would say, go and enjoy yourself,

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there's not a lot you can do, you could only make plans on thd day

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comes. And really, there ard options you hope your airline can gdt you

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home, or in this day and agd, Switzerland, France, Austri`, where

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you can get flights from, aren't that far away.

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Today the Milan Tourist Board told us they didn't believe

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British Airways told us that they're liaising with the Italian

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authorities to monitor the situation but as of today they aim to operate

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Even so, some fans may well find they get stuck with an extr`

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Hopefully, an extra day to carry on the celebrations.

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Hopefully so! Hopefully we will be at the San Siro live tomorrow. A big

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night of the EFL action, a cracking game, Reading hosting Aston Villa.

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Every game live on BBC local radio. Over to American football, hce puts

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part in Guildford today hosted a special visit for players from the

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LA Rams. The training session for schools children was part of the

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attempt to bring through a new generation of fans to the Alerican

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game. And even if public appearance is a chance for a bit of a show

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They certainly made a racket for the Rams

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in Guildford today, and the

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players hadn't even arrived at this point.

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North American sports culture is about far more

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Los Angeles Rams are in the UK this week and they brought

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We are here to get the players excited, keep the

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energy up in the stadium and just really bring the excitement of the

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I'm a big Harry Potter fan so I feel like I'm in a movhe

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But yeag, it's a great city and the people here are amazing

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The Los Angeles Rams have cdrtainly put on a show for the

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This Sunday will be the 16th time that the NFL has staged a g`me

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The long-term plan could be to place a franchise of the

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The endgame for us is to increase the number of matches we pl`y

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here every year and go into more stadiums, gives us the chance

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Whether that ends up meaning a team permanently based

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here or just eight Games a xear is a full NFL season, with rotating

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teams, that's still to be determined.

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As for the players, this exdrcise with schoolchildren

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is all about growing the fan base of the sport.

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We hope that we build something and these kids, that would be

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We have been doing really ftn stuff, we have been doing

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hurdles, jumping, and we've had fun so far.

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Are you an American football fan now?

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This weekend is the first thme an international series match has

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been staged at the home of English rugby.

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Loud, brash, entertaining, American football is

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putting down roots that could be long-lasting.

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Two thousand fossils discovdred by an amateur collector in Dorset

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are going on display in a new museum purpose built

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From crocodiles to previously unknown species, plumber

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Steve Etches has amassed wh`t is now an internationally renowned

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collection of finds dating back 150 million years.

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Steve Etches was still in short trousers when he

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In fact he was just five years old when

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he uncovered this tiny sea trchin in his back garden in Dorset.

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It's now on display among m`ny grander finds in the brand-new

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Etches Collection museum, which brings to light

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Jurassic Kimmeridge, which would been deep underwater 150

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What you're seeing is actually animals that lived

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during that time, so it's a tropical sea, we got all the typical fish

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and reptiles interacting with each other, some of them predating each

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Steve is a plumber by trade but has always found time for his

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With special permission from landowners

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along the Jurassic Coast, hd has discovered a host of new spdcies

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It's rather like modern dolphin it's got a long rostrum

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Interestingly, this one is a juvenile but if you

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look under its rib cage, it is stuffed with food.

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Up until now this was where Steve's collection was

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Over the last few months every artefact

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has been carried down the road to its new purpose-built hole.

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It might do when everything is done and dusted,

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we're still in the throes of bringing material in.

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I'm sharing it with everyond and the nice thing as you

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know is you didn't live for ever so hopefully I'm safeguarding it

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Some 2000 fossils are already here and there is space

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for new finds, which means Steve has no excuse for taking his work home

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What are you going to do with your garage now?

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My wife has got some ideas for that, she has already

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Hopefully we'll get some frhends round and they can have

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Steve's workshop, where he cleans up his

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finds, is also being moved to the museum so visitors can watch

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His knowledge has earned him the respect from

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Lots to see there, open on Friday. Time for the weather. Performing at

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the moment! -- full moon. Wd had lovely weather pictures as `lways.

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Paul McTaggart sent us this picture of a perfectly placed plane,

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beneath that beautiful rainbow at Popham Airfield

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Some beautiful blue skies above Langstone Mill today ,

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Some fine and settled conditions, high pressure keeping things nice

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and settled. Overnight, cle`r spells overhead, it will stay dry `s well.

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We are expecting to see temperatures dipping down in our towns and cities

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but we do have enough of a north-westerly below, that breeze

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will keep frost at bay. At chilly start of the day for Wednesday,

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first thing tomorrow, a bit nippy and fresh. We will have good right

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and sunny skies through much of the day, some showers to be had, on the

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right side, most of us will enjoy dry conditions. Temperatures in the

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day up to about 14 degrees, maybe 15 in some spots. Through the course of

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tomorrow evening any showers fading away, once again clear skies

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overhead through much of thd night. Temperatures again down into those

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mid single figures for rural spots, so feeling very fresh. They will be

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some trout from time to timd but this area of high pressure hs fully

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established as we go to the end of this week, bringing some settled

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conditions once more so thex will avoid some of the showers from the

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North Sea. The summary for the next few days: much of the day whll be

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dry, but feeling fresh, and in the latter end of the working wdek, but

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MacLeod but still some bright and sunny intervals at times. The

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weekend looking to be settldd picture, we could see the odd shower

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but much of the weekend try, turning blustery come Sunday.

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Tomorrow night, we are talkhng Italian! Life from Milan. That said

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Thomas. Imagine everything was turned upside

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down and jazz ruled the planet RECORD SCRATCHES

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