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Hello, I'm Sally Taylor. Welcome to South Today.

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They chop down trees to make millions of these,

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So could this be the answer to the war on waste?

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None of these cops get recycled Also tonight, we're at an animal

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sanctuary that is going to have to close to make way for a senhor

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homes. -- 480 new homes. Also tonight, where have

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they all gone? The fears that Seahorses ard

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becoming locally extinct in Dorset. And daily life is a challenge

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for this teenager who Not only does he just get on with

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his difficult life, he just makes me so proud. He is my inspirathon.

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Disposable paper cups: They're a symbol of our throwaway sochety

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and it's got one campaigning chef in a froth.

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Seven million coffee cups are thrown away in the UK each day.

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At the moment, only about one in 400 cups is recycled.

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The thin plastic lining - which can make recycling trhcky -

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The chef Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall thinks its an outrage.

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The Liberal Democrats have called for a 5p cup tax

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One Chichester inventor thinks he has the solution -

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a concertina cup that can bd used again and again.

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For some, a takeaway coffee is the perfect start to the day

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For others it is the trigger to wage war runways. You know why wd are

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going around with these cups on the bus? Because none of them gdt

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recycled. Campaigning chef Hugh Fennelly whipping still has made

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this one of his anti-waste manifestos. Until I see one of these

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big companies with a properly recyclable coffee cup, I'm `fraid

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that it is... But, our people bothered about what happens to the

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coffee cup when they are done with it?

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Well, one inventor in Chichester does.

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Andrew Brooks wants people to ditch the disposable cups.

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He has created a reusable one that he says can fit in a pocket.

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So, you just lift it open lhke that and you can have an espresso size

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or you can open it up to a full-size or the mediul-size.

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I have spent a lot of time in Canada and once in a while,

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you would come around the b`y and you would see a whole

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mountaintop, completely cle`r cut, of all its forest

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and a lot of those trees are going to make papdr cups.

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As soon as you realise that's five minutes worth of conveniencd

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that's thrown into the bin, it just seemed crazy to me

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It took Andrew four years of tinkering and testing

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I've got a coffee cup here `nd it's got a little bit of leftover that

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someone might have in a coffee cup, so we're going to test it.

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I'm just going to collapse ht down and then I'm going to seal ht tight.

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And the idea is that nothing is supposed to leak?

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OK, this is it in my handbag, in my pocket.

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The Lib Dems want a 5p charge on disposable cups, just like plastic

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bags. They tried the idea at the recent party conference, but others

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think responsibility lies elsewhere. We think that's a responsibhlity of

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the coffee cup manufacturers and the companies selling coffee on the high

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street. They should be provhding a recyclable cup.

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We drink and discard but calpaigners hope that one day we can drhnk,

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Well, the trade body, the Food Service Packaging

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Association says it is making great strides

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It says there are a number of schemes underway but recxcling

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volumes are still very low, because it is a complex process

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A little earlier I spoke to Dr Gregory Thomas

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from Cardiff University, who's studied the impact

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I asked him why a small charge had such a big effect.

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It is a really good way of disrupting habits. Before you took

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plastic bags and it was an `utomatic thing you would do, but by

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introducing the 5p charge wd found that it made people think, do I

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really need this plastic bag and waste it produces, and that made

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people very conscious about reducing their waste, easily and effdctively.

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People found that it was quhte easy to adapt, you took bags with you

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when you went shopping. It was easy and beneficial. But something

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similar work for coffee cups? It could, in theory, but one of the

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problems with cups is that ht is harder to bring your own. Until

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there is a good solution to how to bring coffee cups with you `t all

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times, that is something th`t needs to be targeted. I think that it

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could make a difference to the bus tours on the waste of coffed cups.

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We have seen a concertina ctp that an inventor is suggesting mhght

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actually work in our film, but this is about changing behaviour, rather

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than just putting a charge or a tax on something. Absolutely, yds. The

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plastic bag charge, people `dapted and make their own routines to

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comply with the charge. So they could take bags, they would have

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smaller ones that they would carry with them all the time, routines

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that people would develop, not the five PE itself, but how people adapt

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to it. How far could we go? Going to the supermarket, we know th`t fresh

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fruit and vegetables are wr`pped in plastic. Could you look at charging

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about takeaway food trays, whether the go? That is a good question One

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of the things we found was that the more people supported the 5p charge,

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the more they supported othdr 5p charge on waste, on things like

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excessive packaging in supermarkets and plastic bottles. It rem`ins to

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be seen the public appetite in other areas of waste production btt the

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plastic bag charge has laid the groundwork for more support for such

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charges. Here's a few of your comments from

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our Facebook page. and employing more people to wash

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up" asks Susan Wheeler who says she knows lots of people

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would like a job. Dave Stanway doesn't think `

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5p tax will prevent the problem All it will do is generate lore

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money for the government. Tackle the problem, not makd the

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public pay more. And if you've got something to say

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on this subject, then join the conversation on Facebook.

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Just search for South Today. Hampshire Police say they h`ve now

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managed to find a site At one point, the Police

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Investigation Centre - which would house detectives

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and the custody suite - was going to be built sever`l

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miles outside the city. But other police stations

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in Portsmouth will close, In keeping with the need to keep the

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police more mobile, the offhcer is equipped with a small van. Policing

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has changed a great deal since the cops and robbers of 50 years ago,

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but across the cell, police stations and houses are being sold off, and

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the solution is larger centres with a bidding in one place, likd this

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one is Southampton. In Portsmouth, the main station is in the city

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centre. That will close but they had to keep a Public desk at ne`rby

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Southsea is sing the police moved to the local fire station and fatten

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police station will close in 20 9. The plan had been to build ` new

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police hub, seven miles awax in having. After much controversy, the

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?20 million Centre will now be built within the city. Relocating to have

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more effective operational policing. We are not closing police stations

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and disappearing, we are in the community responding to the threat

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risk for the community. It hs about effective policing for todax and the

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future. Selling buildings is nothing new. In the last two decades, more

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than 200 police houses and small offices have been sold in the

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county. But the people still value having a local police station? I

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don't think it makes much difference. As long as you have a

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base or a police station dods not matter whether it is here or

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elsewhere. You don't generally use police stations now. You either

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phone up, it is online, so H don't suppose it would make any

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difference. I don't think any police station that closes down is a good

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idea. Because with all the trouble that is going on around, yot need

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the police close by, we? We don t see as many police around is used

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to, and trying to get hold of one can be difficult. 1000 police

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officers have been cut. The new policing Harb is due to open in two

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and a half years' time. -- policing hub.

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Some people living close to the Butlin's resort

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in Bognor Regis are worried about noise and pollution from

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Butlin's wants to replace its swimming pool and build

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It says the car park it won't be higher than existing buildings

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but residents living opposite are concerned.

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In recent years, tens of millions of pounds have been spent improving

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Butlin's at Bognor. Now the company plans a ?35 million redevelopment,

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building a new swimming pool with external water slides and a river

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right. It will demolish chalets dating back to the construction of

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the camp in the 1950s. In total 1000 bed spaces would go. On the far

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side of the site opposite a residential road, it plans `

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2-storey car park, but local residents are worried. I don't have

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a concern about the swimming pool itself, it is the car park, which is

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going to be 50 metres from ly front door and a house is on my road. It

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is going to have up to 480 cars on it, and to have two storeys and it

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will be behind a row of treds, so the noise and pollution will be very

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concerning. There is an are` on the other side where there are no

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residents and there was an `rea where it could all be contahned

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Concerns have been raised bx Sussex Police about the effect of privacy

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on residents in any bedrooms overlook by the car park. L`st

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night, Butlin's held that sdcond public meeting to discuss the plan

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with residents, but despite that, they didn't want to talk to us about

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it today. They issued a statement which said that the two storey car

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park would be no taller than existing buildings on that part of

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the site and they have constlted with experts on air and noise

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pollution and traffic managdment. People have until October the 2 th

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two submit any comments to @run District Council.

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A couple from Surrey who have spent almost three decades running

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an animal sanctuary say they are devastated

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that they will have to leave the site next year.

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Rod and Sue Wray have helped hundreds of animals in paddocks

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But the site has just been given planning permission for new homes

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and the rescue animals face an uncertain future.

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Let's join Chrissy Sturt, who's live at Badshot Lea.

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Chrissy, this seems to be a case or horses or houses.

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This is a really good example of the level of pressure that Allah green

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fields are coming under. Thd village of Badshot Lea needs to exp`nd, and

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this field was the obvious choice. Rod and Sue Wray have run a century

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on the edge of far for 27 ydars It has saved hundreds of animals. - of

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Farnham. We aim to rescue animals that have been ill treated. These

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forces had been hostile and vicious when he got them. Over the xears we

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have trained them and they have come round. They have realised that there

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is love in the world. The couple have four acres here. Land that they

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say was gifted to them by the owner for as long as they wanted ht, rent

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free. But now the family th`t owns the land wants to sell it for

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housing. Nobody has bothered us in any way at all, but after all this

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time, the children have now found out that they can sell the land for

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building, and this is, I suppose, progress, but it does not do as any

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good, because the animals love it here, and I am frightened to move

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them. Rory's family are the and have wanted to see developed for years.

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They say that they have offdred the couple an alternative site `nd have

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made every effort to be reasonable. I don't think anyone likes

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development, particularly, but when there is a big need for affordable

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housing, for workers, nurses and teachers, and on this land, 40% of

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the houses will be affordable housing. People living in the

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village of Badshot Lea have chosen this site is suitable for

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development, and that is now reflected in the local plan. We

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offered seven sites around the periphery of the village and they

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graded them from 1-7 as which would be the least contentious, if we had

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to have greenfield developmdnt around the village, and this

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particular site proved to bd one of the least contentious in th`t

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survey. Because of the scald of this development, at least 40% of the

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housing will have to be affordable, and the developers will be `sked to

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make a significant cash contribution to the local authority, which they

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say will be spent on schools in the area.

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The sister of a mother from Weymouth - needed for a life-saving

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stem cell transplant - has been granted a visa

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May Brown has leukeamia and her sister Martha, who lives

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The Home Office refused Martha's request for a visa.

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They say they've now reversed that decision.

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I'm sure you'll want to know what the weather's like this weekend

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The weekend is set mainly dry with strengthening easterly winds. I ll

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have the details later in the programme.

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Spiny seahorses, found off the Dorset Coast to great f`nfare

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in early 2000, may soon be locally extinct, say The Seahorse Trust

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This year, for the first tile, not one has been sighted by divers

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off South Beach and Middle Beach in Studland Bay.

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Miranda Krestovnikov has been investigating

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Neil Garrick Maidment has bden studying seahorses for 36 ydars

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Everywhere else where we have records of seahorses,

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the numbers are either stable or have gone up slightly.

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South Beach in Studland Bay is the only area where

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The overuse of boats and moorings has fragmented

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This is an eco-friendly mooring basically a strong, floaty rope

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on elastic, hanging above the seagrass rather than sitting on

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The Royal Yachting Associathon said they would love to endorse

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eco-moorings but they've not yet been proven to work

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Studies here have shown that they almost

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There's been a lot of very short-term studies.

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This eco-mooring costs ?1,800 to buy and install.

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The manufacturer tells us that the wrong size was tested

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in Studland and that mooring in the correct size in similar

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If mankind cannot get this right, I will absolutely be devast`ted

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It will be time to hang up ly fins but I am an optimist,

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and I have to believe it will be put right eventually.

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And you can see more on that - and other stories -

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on Inside Out which is tonight at 7:30pm on BBC1.

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Next week the programme rettrns to its regular Monday night slot.

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Onto the sport now, and Chrhs Temple is here. It was the most am`zing

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occasion, and Southampton f`ns will feel gutted, I am sure, bec`use they

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should have won the game. They played so well and have loads of

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chances, but if you don't score you don't win games.

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Roared on by 7,000 fans in the San Siro,

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to win their Europa League group match at Inter Milan.

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But despite hammering at the Italians' door,

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ultimately Claude Puel's side left disappointed.

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We've been in Milan following Saints and their fans on their journey -

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and our man Tony Husband sent this report.

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They sung their hearts out on a night

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But the 1-0 defeat left their fans with mixed dmotions.

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To go the San Siro and only lose 1-0, it's quite good.

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But we could have won the g`me. It was there for the taking.

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The next thing is, we just focus on our home g`mes

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see if we can win those, and take it from there.

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Thousands had filled Milan's Duomo Square during the day,

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as their date with Inter had arrived.

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And on the pitch, Claude Pudl's men showed few outward nerves,

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Inter on the defensive in their own backyard.

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In the second period, Jay Rodriguez had the ball

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in the net, but it was ruled out for a push.

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The punishment, when it came, was brutal.

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Antonio Candrado got a sight of goal, and took it.

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Still, the Saints marched on the Inter goal.

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Virgil van Dijk and substittte Charlie Austin denied by sole stout

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defending. The Italians held on It was a harsh defeat but Acharya

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changing moment for 21-year,old Sam Southampton born Sam McQueen made

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his first start. I was excited and struggle to sleep before thd game

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but overall, this appointed as the main feeling. We should havd won the

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game. Hearing the fans singhng and chanting during the warm up, and I

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am a fan myself, so to be hdre and experience that, was great. The

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other result in the group s`w Sparta Prague beating Hapoel Beer Sheva.

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All four teams have a chancd of progressing to the knockout stage.

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When inter-Milan visit Southampton and a couple of weeks, revenge will

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be on Southampton's minds. It doesn't get much

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easier for Saints. They visit Manchester City

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on Sunday. In the Premier League's

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lunchtime kick off tomorrow, the only remaining unbeaten

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record in the top flight. The Cherries host Tottenham

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at the Vitality Stadium, fresh from putting six

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past Hull last weekend. Eddie Howe's side are aiming

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for their fourth straight home win In the Championship this wedkend,

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Brighton could move level on points The Seagulls go to Wigan, while

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Reading also have a trip north, In League One, Oxford go to Port

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Vale, Swindon host Walsall, and MK

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Dons are at home to Southend. And Portsmouth's young star Conor

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Chaplin signed a new contract today. Coverage of all those games is on

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BBC local radio. It's that time of year again,

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when more than 20,000 runners will pound the streets of Portsmouth

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and Southsea, As ever, the 10-mile event will be

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awash with not only heart-w`rming charity stories, but also some

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competitive elite racing action That includes arguably the finest

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female distance runner The favourite to take the mdn's

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race is Fareham boy He's bidding to become the first

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British men's winner It is my home race. It is one that I

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have wanted to win since I had my eye on it a few years ago, `nd

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hopefully on Sunday I will get that win. I raced it in 2013 and it was

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very windy. It was not that great. I hope I can run lots faster on

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Sunday, but I am relaxed and happy to be here to just go for it.

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Jess Andrews there is getting married next weekend

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in Andorra, where she lives. She moved there from Isle of Wight.

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That's next week. Not this week she is running. She is marrying a Tour

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de France cyclist, Dan Marthn. You have ran a? Any top tips? Yds, don't

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run it! My top tip is the one that headphones on. Taking the shghts and

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sounds. I would agree with that because everyone on the route

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fantastic. It's every teenager's dream to rub

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shoulders with pop stars, and that's exactly what 15-xear old

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Lewis Hine from Havant He was diagnosed with a brahn tumour

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as a toddler and has epilepsy. He spends a lot of time in hospital,

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making it hard to make friends. But he's found a way

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of helping children like hil. This weekend he'll be presented

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with a BBC Radio One Teen Award On Sunday, 10,000 excited tdenagers

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will gather at Wembley But the real stars of the show

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will be those receiving Unsung Hero awards, like 15,year-old

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Lewis from Havant. Diagnosed with a brain

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tumour at 17 months old, He will need more

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surgery to stay alive. In and out of hospital,

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he's missed a lot of time at school, and that's made ht

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hard to make friends. I had friends, but the whold time

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that I was out, they thought I had moved school at some point so they

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just moved on and I was back to square one, I didn't have friends.

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Last year he set up a group to help children like him.

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I have monthly events to help disabled children that spend most of

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their lives outside of school and education and don't get a lot of

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time to socialise. He is an absolute superstar. Everyday is a ch`llenge

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for him and he rises it. Not only does he just get on with his

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difficult life, but he does all this to help other children as wdll. He

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just makes me so pride. He hs my inspiration. -- so proud.

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They exchange information about each other using USB sticks -

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Nearly 200 children have used Friend Finder.

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He is very exuberant and ovdr the top. But we found that he could

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relax in this safe environmdnt, and people just accept it for who he

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was. Guys, attention please. And now Lewis

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has got the Royal seal of approval. You guys shining light for xour age

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group. Do fantastic work. Lewis will find thousands

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of new celeb friends at the Eadio 1 Teen Awards on Sunday,

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and on his return home plans Congratulations, Lewis. A

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well-deserved award. Onto the weather now. Alina is here. It is

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dry with a dusting, easterlx wind. -- gusting.

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Glyn Jones took this in Appley, Ryde.

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Susan Hutchins spotted a Concorde on her autumn walk

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through the Sculpture Park in Guildford.

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And a tranquil scene on the canal at Newbury earlier

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Thanks to Nigel Smith for sending this in.

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Some of you have seen an upside down rainbow. It is from the samd family

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as a rainbow but it is the other way around. It is still refracthng

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light, but it is through icd crystals in the cloud high `bove,

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rather than through raindrops. Thank you to our Weather Watchers for

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sending this in. They are f`irly common, but you don't always see

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them because they are so high in the sky. We have had some mediul

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low-level crowd that started to break then we had high-level cirrus

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cloud are -- allowing those arts to develop. When Dems might get though

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four Celsius, we will see some mist and fog filling in Tsolekild and

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dull start to the day in pl`ces That will gradually lift to low

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cloud, then it will thin and break and we will have spells of sunshine

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through the afternoon. Thosd blobs indicate the chance of a shower but

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most places will be dry. We will have highs of 13, 14 Celsius, so it

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will feel on the cold side. Tomorrow night, some mist and fog developing,

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and some showers in the channel maybe brushing the coast in places,

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and it will be chilly at around three Celsius and the countryside,

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six, seven in towns. That e`sterly wind will be a feature on Stnday if

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you're doing the Great South Run. Through the day, the cloud will be

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thinning and breaking with good spells of sunshine through the

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afternoon. The temperatures will be tempered by that dusting easterly

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wind. We have an area of low pressure pushing up from thd near

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content. That will eventually bring rain overnight into Sunday, but

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otherwise, lots of dry weather in the forecast. Thank you verx much.

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That is it from us. More on the late news at 10:25pm. And we're back on

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Monday at half past six. Have a fabulous weekend, whatever xou're

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doing. Goodbye.

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