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empty and unused - a charity offers a solution

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to so called bed blocking btt why is the NHS not using the facilities?

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We are disappointed and it's been frustrating. How do we talk to the

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right people and make things happen quickly?

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Forbidden funghi - you can look but don't pick says

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the Forestry Commission, but it's upset families

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I feel like if I bring her out, I am some sort of criminal, and that is

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not right. We are then Milan as Southampton prepare for the Europa

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League game. the children helping a camp`ign

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to keep a treasure trove A charity that is offering rooms for

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so-called bed blockers says it is disappointed it has had no NHS

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patients at all since opening three months ago. They say they could help

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the NHS saved thousands of pounds for providing a halfway house for

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medically fit patients stuck in local hospitals.

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Delayed discharge costs the NHS more than ?800 million a year.

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The Trust which runs Basingstoke, Winchester and Andover hosphtals has

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one of the highest rates of bed blocking in England.

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Southampton General is not far behind.

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Latest figures show on the last Thursday in August, more th`n 5 0

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patients were stuck in the South's hospitals ready to be

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Our Health Correspondent, David Fenton is outside

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one of the apartments - why aren't they being used?

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I will tell you in one minute but first let me show you what these

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apartments are all about. Wd will take a look inside in just ` second

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but these are really for people leaving hospital but not quhte well

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enough to go home. It costs ?40 a day to keep someone in a hospital

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bed and the prices here start at ?65 a day. You would think they would be

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fool but you would be wrong. Ten rooms already for patients and

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all empty. They have been lhke this for weeks and weeks and weeks. We

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are disappointed and it has been frustrating, the length of time it

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is taking us to put together, there are processes and systems, `nd we as

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a charity and the new service, we haven't branched into this larket

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before. These apartments have a role in sync and kitchen area and there

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as a bed and overhear, a bathroom, toilet and shower, all very nice,

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and in fact better than most hotels I have stayed in! But in three

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months only three people have used these apartments and none from the

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NHS. This complex looks aftdr many people and there are fizzy ors and

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occupational therapists avahlable for hour care. To comment to

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somewhere like an apartment and be able to live and practice the

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independent occupations thex need to do, like making a cup of te` are

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having a bath with the help of the therapy team, makes a difference to

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how quickly the progress. So why how quickly the progress. So why

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aren't these facilities being used by the NHS? Is its bureaucr`cy or

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because it is run by a charhty? We are small charity but we ard buoyant

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and I think the NHS can bendfit and line now the recognise that, by

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working with different charhties to assist them in the complexity they

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deal with what the range of people with different needs. These rooms

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cost ?100,000 to set out and they will be hoping they don't stay empty

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Basingstoke and Winchester say they Basingstoke and Winchester say

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have been talking to the ch`rity have been talking to the ch`rity

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about these rooms and I saw a couple of people from Winchester Hospital

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in this very room looking around this afternoon. Southampton General

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has also been in stocks. Thd issue may be coupes, is at the hospital's

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job to pay, the local doctors group who buy services, or the local

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council? These use that covdr many different services and making the

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choice over who pays for wh`t can be difficult and what seems like a

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simple saving turns out to be very complicated indeed.

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A petition has been handed in to the Archbishop of Canterbury's

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office calling for allegations that a former Sussex bishop

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A year ago the Church of England agreed to pay damages to a woman

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who they accepted was abused as a child by the late Bishop George

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But campaigners say his repttation has been unjustly tarnished.

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It is only since it was announced a settlement had been reached with a

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woman who made allegations `gainst the late George Bell who in wartime

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helped dues escape the Nazis. The woman said she was abused bx George

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Bell from age seven to nine. I want people to know he might havd been a

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hero but he was stored alwaxs do good things. The church said last

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year it had made a thorough investigation and didn't dotbt the

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woman's claim, but some criticised the way the investigation w`s

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carried out. Today they handed any petition to the Archbishop of

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Canterbury calling for an examination of the evidence. All we

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are basking in the spirit of reconciliation is that all parties

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reinvestigate the case and we examine the evidence, and then I

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think things will become cldarer and it will also put the stance of the

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dioceses of Chichester quitd clearly at odds with natural justicd. Today

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it emerged that a new cathedral guidebook at Chester Stark lentions

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the allegations saying it now seems entirely possible that the lan who

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showed moral courage was also responsible for the devastating

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abuse of a child. Campaigners are abuse of a child. Campaigners are

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angered by that and also want to know more about compensation and

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costs paid. Campaigners say they have discovered ?22,000 was paid by

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a donation from a private individual but it is not known who. Thdre has

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been no comment from the di`l sees today but the Lambeth Palacd in a

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statement said The Royal Military Police

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has admitted failings Corporal Ann Marie Ellement

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from Bournemouth killed herself in 2011 after claiming she'd been

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attacked by two colleagues, In its statement, the milit`ry

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police say Anne-Marie had deserved better

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and lessons have been learndd. A man has died in an accident

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at Ikea in Reading. The store, which only opened

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in July, will stay closed while the police investigatd how

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the contractor died. No-one has been arrested

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over the death. There are two key votes tonhght

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on proposals for three of the biggest councils along

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the Solent to join forces. Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle

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of Wight are considering forming a combined authority

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which would have its Following a public consultation

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Portsmouth Council has backed the move -

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the other two councils Let's join Roger Finn outside

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Southampton Civic Centre. Well, right now the full

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council is meeting in there to take a significant step

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towards the creation of, and wait for this,

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it's quite a mouthful - the Solent Mayoral

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Combined Authority. It's part of the government's drive

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to bring devoloution to England The three councils would relain

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but there would also be a Directly Elected Mayor -

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that's a Government The new authority would get an extra

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?900 million over 30 years , and get to keep all the bushness

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rates. It would have new powers

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over housing targets, local transport and joining up

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with other services such as health. Portsmouth Council have

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already agreed the idea. And it's almost certain Southampton

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will go for it tonight. The council leader here belheves it

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will bring clear benefits. we have for many years been under

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invested in this area and wd don't have good transport links and we

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need an improved link. We nded facilities to drive the economy and

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this is a once-in-a-lifetimd opportunity to take control of our

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destiny and we we must take it. Southampton, Portsmouth and the Isle

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of Wight have just had an ehght week Over 70% of respondents supported

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the idea of devolution and the three councils working closer togdther -

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but there was a fair degree And tonight opponents have tabled

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a motion calling for any final deal I think the people should h`ve they

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say just like with the referendum. It is something that can put council

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tax up, business rates up, `nd people need to have earlier said. It

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is such a big change and as undemocratic and it is dodgx and has

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been done behind closed doors. The vote on the Isle

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of Wight is likely to be Andrew Turner, the island's MP,

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has said he's concerned the island's interests could be over-ridden

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by the two big cities. A final cabinet decision

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on the island is due to be A woman has a broken leg after a

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It happened when a branch c`me down It happened when a branch c`me down

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this morning, three other pdople described by police as walkhng

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wounded were taken to Dorset County Hospital.

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Southern rail commuters facd a second day of disruption

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as members of the RMT Union take part in strike action

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The union rejected an offer at the start of the week

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from Southern of a ?2,000 bonus to staff if they ended the dispute.

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And with Southern services stopping in Chichester,

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commuters trying to get to Hampshire are using the replacement btses

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We just missed two because they have been fool and we have been stood for

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an hour and we missed both of them. A half-hour longer travel whse but I

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have to get in even early to get the bus on time. Quite stressful having

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to get buses because it is different to trains and stuff so I am not

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finding it very good. It may seem like an innocent

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pastime, but people in the New Forest are being asked

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to not pick mushrooms this `utumn. It's a new rule brought

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in by the Forestry Commission designed to protect

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the delicate eco-system there. But foragers say it does

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no harm and point out This is one of the many bracket

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fungus. It is in full bloom and its edge is golden yellow.

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Garry is a licensed forager - taking people into the New Forest

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It's a unique place, home to over 2,500 varieties -

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But now the rules have changed, and across much

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of the Forest there's an appeal to not pick mushrooms.

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I have been picking these for over 40 years. And they keep comhng back.

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If you don't pick them, thex will rot.

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Commercial picking's been banned for years,

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but individuals have been able to take a kilogram and a half

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That was until this autumn when the policy changed

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The Forestry Commission says there has been a rise in reports of people

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picking mushrooms but there is still no law against foraging. So can a

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policy with no punishment rdally work? If you appeal to somebody s

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nature for the right reasons it shows they are intelligent `nd

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conscientious who will come on board with that. If not, those ard people

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who probably don't respect the forest. How will you stop them? You

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want! But we will talk to them and try to educate them. Peter's family

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is from Paul and where it is far more common to forage for food. He

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believes that the problem is not as bad as some people think. I was told

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by an English couple that there was a gang in the woods. It was two

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Polish families, children of about seven and ten. They were mistaken

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for a gang just because thex were looking at the ground and p`cking.

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Forest managers say they have widespread support

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for their new approach, and a legal duty to protect

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This Autumn will be first tdst to see if people can enjoy lushrooms

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on the ground rather than on their plate.

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A cull of badgers across parts of Dorset has come to an end.

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The operation to try to stop the spread of tuberculosis hn cattle

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- was called a huge waste of public money by wildlife campaigners.

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The Government says similar methods of badger culls

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The cull figures won't be published until next year.

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Later we heard in Milan with Saints finds classless. The childrdn

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supporting a campaign to kedp a treasure trove of Roman coins in

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Hampshire. It may be home to some rathdr

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old and unusual contraptions - but Reading's Museum

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of English Rural Life has rdopened. After investing more than ?3 million

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over the last two years - the museum has undergone a state

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of the art refurbishment, whth no They might be from other rural past

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but the machines and contraptions that revolutionised our world will

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be brought back to life in ` modern setting. Increasingly peopld

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dislocated in the countryside and dislocated in the countryside and

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also from some of the machinery and the hand tools that were usdd in the

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old days, so we have created an interpretation scheme where we allow

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people to learn about the objects for the first time, particularly

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thinking about younger people who will not remember any of thhs. The

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museum was established in 1851 and in 2005 moved to its current

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premises. It's been closed for two years but that didn't cause the

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backstop it causing a storm on social media. A 2000 year-old most

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trapped in storage actually a mouse! The grand reopening is this weekend.

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We want to make it relevant because it is relevant, in terms of where

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food comes from, our leisurd experiences, so the countryside is

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still relevant and we want to reflect that. Town and country have

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always been closely related and they wanted to get that idea across that

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they are not opposing each other. Town and country coming togdther in

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an urban setting. On to sport and Joe Kent is with us, and I want to

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get that feeling of Italy! Xou have got the Facebook out! If only we

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were over there. -- phrase book Yes, it's the big sports story

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Southampton's most prestigious This time tomorrow they'll be

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in action at the San Siro - one of Europe's biggest stadiums,

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80,000 seats, and home Thousands of Saints fans have made

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the journey to watch And our Sports Editor Tony Husband

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jetted off this morning ahead of the game -

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we can join him now from Milan and Tony, you've been having

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a look at what's in store. Yes, what an atmosphere we have

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already got building here in Milan today, the first of the 7000

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Southampton fans have been `rriving, lots of different routes, from

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airports and some driving down through France and Switzerl`nd, but

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they are all here to the inside the stadium and 40 Stadium, one of the

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most famous venues in the footballing world, the San Siro

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They were champions went Sotthampton were playing the likes of Swindon

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and Oldham. Southampton arrhve in confident mood with the Italian side

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struggling somewhat having lost their last few games. South`mpton on

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a roll, seven unbeaten, and in the press conference, Dusan Tadhc and

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Claude well have been given as their thoughts. We expect an open game

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football and to win matches and do football and to win matches and do

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dominate possession and the game. I think it will be an interesting game

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to see for fans, but I hope we will be the stronger team and take three

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points. Of course, to play `way and to play Inter Milan, it is dxciting,

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but for us just a game. It hs important to try to take thd points.

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I must say, I have been fortunate in this job to go to some great venues

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down the years, but this ond really is special. It is absolutelx huge,

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and 7000 Saints fans will bd any crowd tomorrow night, the locals not

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as enthusiastic as the visiting fans. We have been talking to some

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of them visiting the stadiul today. A dream come true. You don't come to

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places like this very often and most of us have supported Saints for a

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long time, 40 odd years for some of us, and this is great. You come here

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to the San Siro and it is a dream come true for everyone. Everyone

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around the world is coming `nd we sold 7000 tickets and there will be

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fans all over the place. I don't think Milan has been this btzzing

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for a long time, for any gale, so it is a dream. I travelled homd and

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away all over the country soul to go from each used in eight in old onto

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a night in San Siro is unbelievable. Going through the divisions and back

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up, something you never expdct, a one off, and you hope it can happen

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again. This is our year and we have to grasp it. A quick word whth Dave

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who will be in the commentary box tonight, and some great

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anticipation? The family sahd that the club, now an established Premier

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League club with that finance and there they are playing in the San

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Siro. Do Southampton try to win less, Inter Milan at a low dbb?

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There is a possibility but H will be happy to try and take a point. You

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get the feeling from the Sotthampton supporters, I met them on the plane

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and in the airport coming over to the stadium and around it. They are

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in fine form. They are delighted to be here and they are loving it. They

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are really looking forward to this game, 7000 fans. We have had an

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extended chat on our Facebook page struggle under that when we preview

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that match but for now, arrhvederci! Well, from the San Siro now

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and a bit closer to home and the Amex Stadium,

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where a win for Brighton last night saw the Seagulls

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go third in the table. On-form Sam Baldock scored

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the only goal of the game, heading home to put Brighton ahead

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against Wolves 16 minutes in. But not such a welcome

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outcome for Reading - who went down to Aston Vill`

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shortly before the break. Yann Kermogant then salvaged

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an equaliser off a penalty rebound, but the Royals then conceeddd a 90th

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minute penalty to seal their defeat - ending their unbeaten homd record

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in the Championship. Surrey cricketers Gareth Batty

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and Zafar Ansari could be in line for roles in the first test

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against Bangladesh Spin-friendly conditions

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in Chittagong are likely to suit the two players -

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who are at opposite ends It could be a test debut

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for 24-year-old Ansari, while Surrey Captain Gareth Batty

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will be making a return to Test cricket after 11

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years, at the age of 39. He will be the second oldest test

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player. And only 39! It is every metal detectorist's

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dream - unearthing Roman trdasure. Two years ago, a hoard

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of ancient coins was found Some are so rare there

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has been interest in But a campaign to keep them close

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to where they were found is gaining some high profile support

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as Briony Leyland reports. Preparing to get hands

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on with precious pieces of history. These coins are just a fraction

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of the Boldre Hoard. More than 1,600 roman coins

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were found by a metal detectorist They date back to

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the 3rd century AD. I know Thracians and is real but I

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didn't know I would never hold some. The coins, made of silver

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and bronze, bear the images Significant finds like this often

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end up in national museums. Locally based historian Dan Snow

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is backing the campaign to keep them I want the coins to stay here, not

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going off to London where they will be in a store room! They have too

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much stuff up there already, they can stay down here where thdy were

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found. Somebody in our area, one of our ancestors, head these coins

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maybe he was under attack, `nd they were found right here where we are

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standing and they deserve to be kept here to inspire young peopld and

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give them a love of history and teach them about the extraordinary

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past this area. Local people are being recrtited

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to raise ?30,000 to bring the coins We hope to be able to get someone

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at the museum to be able to come in at the museum to be able to come in

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and research the coins and tell us a more about it, but also that we

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might be able to do some excavation around the find spot to see what

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else was going on. The more excavation we can do the more we are

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able to find out and it can hopefully give us a better hdea

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Often we can never say for sure why it was buried.

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The campaign's foot soldiers were busy making their own

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The hope is before long the real thing will be on display close

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Those children clearly love that bit of history! I will be gentld with

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her because she has been very poor labour comes back bravely btt I will

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sit over here! I have some pictures for yot yearly

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forecasts, many of you have been out, the blue skies overhead in

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Berks. A tranquil scene. Sunny spells for those walking along the

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beach in West Sussex. Overnhght we expect increasing cloud and the risk

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of the odd isolated shower but you will be unlucky if you do c`tch one.

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We have clearing skies for western parts and the chance of a touch of

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frost. With increasing cloud and lows in towns and cities of 8-9dC

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and the countryside possiblx down to three. HLA start for some of the lot

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of cloud to the day which whll thin and break to allow for some sunny

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spells but the odd isolated shower and if you draw a line north from

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the Isle of Wight North words, the further least you are the lhkely are

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you are to see showers. The temperature similar to todax with

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the northerly breeze which will take on the edge of the temperattre.

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Tomorrow evening is the match, cloudy skies and four kick-off we

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are looking at a high of around 14, but during the match the telperature

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slides to around 12, and more can be found on BBC radio tomorrow evening.

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Tomorrow we're expecting cldar skies and the South and the risk of the

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odd shower but most places staying dry with the temperature dipping

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down to low single figures hn the countryside. We continue to have

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northerly breeze which takes the edge of the temperature but there

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may be the odd pocket of frost and mist first thing on Friday. Friday

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is a marquee start with high pressure are still dominating, low

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pressure over the neo-con dhthered and that means they will be like

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authority on Friday and through Friday there's the chance of mist

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and fog Friday late into Saturday morning. Tomorrow, some sunny spells

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that very cloudy start and ` breeze coming in from the North whhch will

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take the edge of the temper`ture, feeling fresh during the dax, more

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close around on Friday and the chance of mist and fog first thing

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on Saturday. Well done, mord at on Saturday. Well done, mord at 8pm

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and 1030 tonight and tomorrow we are back in Milan so make sure xou're

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with us, goodbye. Everyone's living these

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amazing lives,

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