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The daily flight paths seen over Gatwick and Heathrow

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as the two airports fought for an extra runway.

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As Heathrow is chosen, where does that leave Gatwick now?

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The politicians left this airport no crumbs

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Good or bad, we will hear from both sides.

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the team from Gatwick is disappointed with today's ddcision.

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We feel as though we put forward a very strong case

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If the Government needs to call on us in the future,

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We don't wish airport expansion on anybody

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but, for the moment, we are relieved.

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But we do not believe that Gatwick will go away.

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And I'm at Westminster, where a controversial policx has had

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a bumpy take-off, and some local MPs are still nervous passengers.

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Keep care close to home - the cystic fibrosis patient

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campaigning to keep local hospital provision in Dorset.

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a unique look at a Roman town, complete with sounds and smdlls

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When you went to where the cows and pigs were,

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So the Government has spoken in the great runway debate.

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In the end, it decided there could be only one,

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Gatwick is the world's busidst single-runway airport,

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and had campaigned hard for a second one.

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But, in the end, this vision of their future

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in favour of the greater economic opportunities provided by Hdathrow.

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a second runway at Gatwick for decades,

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the mood tonight is relief, rather than exhilaration.

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The airport itself insists it's still ready to deliver

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if Heathrow falls at the final hurdle.

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In a moment, we'll get reaction on the Heathrow decision

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from the Thames Valley, and a political perspective

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from Peter Henley at Westminster, but first

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our transport correspondent, Paul Clifton, is live at Gatwick.

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The decision wasn't unexpected, was it?

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The choice of Heathrow for `nother runway surprises no one, re`lly In

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truth, it has always been that decision throughout the 40 xears

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that a new runway has been discussed. Business groups hn the

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Thames Valley will now be wdlcoming the tens of thousands of jobs they

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believe will flow westwards from a bigger Heathrow. Gatwick Airport was

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thrown no crumbs from the politicians' table. A second runway

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did not get a mention. For the people who opposed it, but rings a

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sense of relief tonight. It had been a long haul,

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but at 11:25am today, a campaign by many West Sussex

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residence finally Though sympathy with fellow,

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less fortunate campaigners at Heathrow led to muted

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celebrations at this Nonetheless, they were pleased

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Gatwick Airport's ambition was now We don't wish airport

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expansion on anybody but, But we do not believe that

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Gatwick will go away. Many residents were concerndd

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about a potential increase in aircraft noise, and this

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was today's reaction in Horsham I think Heathrow

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is the right choice. It's a huge relief, because I think

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that one thing that nobody has actually discussed is the f`ct

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that the countryside has a special way of living,

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which is peace and quiet. That is why people like to live

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in the countryside. There are a lot of youngsters

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who could gain benefit It is less built-up than He`throw,

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but I think it should have been at Gatwick or have

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one at each, really. Tonight, campaigners have voiced

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fears that a ban on night flights at Heathrow,

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a condition of the go-ahead for its new runway, could rdsult

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in more night flights They are now calling for sililar

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environmental and nice condhtions to be applied to both

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Heathrow and Gatwick. At Wick airport is said to have

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spent ?40 million on a damn pain which it had lost. It promised to be

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road and rail ready for a sdcond runway. Many thought the opposite

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was true. This is Gatwick's vision

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of a two-runway airport. The expansion swallows up some

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of the Manor Royal industri`l area. Should another runway ever be built,

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this catering hire business Everything goes by lorry and van

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on roads around the airport. We just leave for London early

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in the morning. We will leave for London

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at 4:30am to get there, Nearby, a huge new housing dstate

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is getting under way. Gevin says that the infrastructure

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around Gatwick I don't think the problem

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is in the skies. The problem is down here

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on the ground. Just beyond the runways

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is the village of Charlwood, For 50 years, it has

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made aerospace electronics. This is a full employment

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area as it is. There is insufficient housing

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in the area. The infrastructure, the roads,

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the rail are already Her daily commute requires driving

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round the edge of the airport. I think the railways

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are already at their capacity. Gatwick says it is road and rail

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ready and that it could copd I don't think the infrastructure

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is there. and I don't think it

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is on the railways. Business leaders locally support

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a Gatwick expansion, Without a second runway soon,

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it could still grow, Maintaining pressure

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on local transport. No one could say we

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are a deprived area. It will actually only be very few

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people that will absolutely benefit. What next for the world's btsiest

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single runway airport? It is approaching full capacity. H asked

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the man in charge of Gatwick's rejected project.

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Naturally, we are very disappointed with the outcome of today's

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But we are very upbeat still about the future of G`twick.

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Don't forget, we've got over ?1 billion of further investment

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to make over the next five xears, on top of the ?5 billion we have

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already invested and our new ownership.

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No, by no means has it gone for good.

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We are going to take a little bit of time to look

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carefully at the decision the Government has made.

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We have really just seen the headlines today.

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We are going to give that some careful thought and decide what we

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Does that mean you will be consulting the lawyers?

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We will look at this carefully and seriously,

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but legal challenges are not really what is on our mind at the loment.

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We respect the fact that the Government has madd very

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important decisions today, but we do want to look at the finer

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But Gatwick is, by your own admission, nearly full.

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The world's busiest single runway airport.

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It is a very busy and very successful airport.

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It has still got growth potdntial of the single runway and,

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beyond that, we are still standing by, willing to deliver

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a second runway at Gatwick, whenever the Government eng`ges

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Don't forget, the Government has said today that Gatwick is ` very,

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Many local people, all the local MPs and many of the airlines here all

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opposed a second runway. Thd extra business lost here is now for the

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Thames Valley to gain. For the moment, thank you.

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So what's been the reaction to the Heathrow decision

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Theresa May campaigned against a third runway in 2001,

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saying it would bring noise pollution and traffic

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Ben Moore has been talking to them in Maidenhead

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and in the Prime Minister's home village of Sonning.

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She should be listening to the opinions of the locals,

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all the local residents, about what we want, not just

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When it comes to the economx, it is a good idea.

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But it is going to come at a cost for the locals.

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something needs to happen to bring the place up a little bit.

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The third runway will bring a lot of business to this area,

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it will bring a lot of new jobs which is important.

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I don't know whether she's gone against the will

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It's been such a long process, the decision-making process, that

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I think she's that type of woman, and she is going to get

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a lot of things through that we perhaps don't all w`nt.

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A cautious welcome for the decision for some people who live in the

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Thames Valley. But there is a warmer reception awaiting the decision to

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pump for Heathrow from businesses in the area. Here is our busindss

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correspondent. Fruit and cut flowers

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flying in from Colombia. Heathrow is a passenger airport

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but on every plane, there is cargo, It is anticipated that

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a third runway will help open up 40 new markets had

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almost doubled capacity. It gives Heathrow the ability

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to reach out to all Collection, handling,

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screening and delivery. The nearby freight services

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do it all. It will give you the opporttnity

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to reach out to China, to new emerging markets,

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to South America, to India, It gives the opportunity

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for Scottish salmon, the biggest export out of the UK,

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to reach new destinations. The flowers and fruit

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in these boxes come here Expansion means opening up

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many more destinations like this. It gives stability, it makes us able

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to look to the future. Steve Bowles runs

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a Berkshire haulage company. The family business

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started in the 1950s. All their work involves frehght

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going in and out of Heathrow. It means that we know

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we can strongly expand, we can go out and buy a few

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more trucks, perhaps. The freight industry has argued

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that, in terms of global competition, we are

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already playing catch up. China has built 50

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airports in five years. We are looking to build

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one runway in ten years. Shows a great difference in how

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we are looking at the world Heathrow is the UK's

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biggest port by value, dwarfing the goods that

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come in and out through With the vote to leave the DU,

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many feel that expansion is even more important to show the world

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that Britain is a trading n`tion Let's get reaction

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from Westminster now. Peter, why has it taken

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so long to reach this point and is there political backhng

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for the process? In Gatwick, there is immensd relief

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that the expansion is not going ahead from Conservative MPs who

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would have been very opposed to it. Some have said that it would be a

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rival rather than a replacelent for Heathrow. At Heathrow, therd is also

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those speaking out against ht. Rob Wilson, one of the wedding LPs said

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that it had issues around noise and pollution. He is in the samd

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position as Theresa May, a lot of constituents were not sure `bout it.

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That is what stops or encourages MPs. Have two MPs with us. ,- two

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politicians with us. You both have aeronautic connections.

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I am fibro frustrated as many people in the country. You do not hmprove

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the quality of the decision,making by dragging out the process. This

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has been very dragged out. The Davis commission looked at the whole issue

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for four years, came up with a recommendation. The decision made

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today was the one put forward. I would prefer to see the go-`head for

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both of them. But we have m`de the decision. You would say both, you

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would say none. That is with the ultralow emission zone for traffic.

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The commission that has been mentioned, it was a fait accompli.

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There was no option to say no. If we're going to on how climate change

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commitments, it depends on our future, how children's feattre, the

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climate change act, we can't expand aviation. We need to look at who is

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lying, why they are flying `nd deal with that demand. The result of

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this, if we increase carbon in this area, we need to cut back elsewhere,

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that will impact small businesses in the UK. Thank you.

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Let's get a final thought from Paul Clifton at Gatwick.

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Today was a statement of intent a new runway is at least a decade

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away. Something really did change today, and Gatwick Airport hs the

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loser. Thank you.

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More news to come and Tony Husband has the sport.

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We will be in north London `s Reading bid for a bench. Thd first

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meeting between the cuts since their FA Cup clash last year.

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"I didn't expect her life to end the way it did."

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The words of a Southern Health doctor

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whose patient fell from a bridge after months of depression.

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An inquest heard Marion Munns had appeared bright and chedrful

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on the phone to the consultant psychiatrhst.

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But her family said she was withdrawn, erratic

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Our health correspondent, David Fenton,

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Thank you. Today we heard from the psychiatrist, who gave eviddnce for

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about three hours. She had telephoned the patient of KGB

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questioned whether she was `t risk. She said that, on the phone, she

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seemed cheerful and bright `nd there were no anxiety issues or moved --

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mood issues as Boris she cotld tell. The family told a different story.

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For weeks, she had been lethargic and withdrawn, behaving str`ngely,

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obsessively drinking water, and talking to herself in there is. At

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one point she said to herself in a mirror, will I be all right? She

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answered, yes, I will be all right. But she was not all right, was she?

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She was not. Another the 12th, there were chaotic scenes at the family

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home when she became very agitated and had to be pinned to the ground

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while her daughter telephondd the police to ask for help. But she

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escaped and basically fled hnto the night, and she came here to this

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bridge over the M27, where she later fell to her death. During the

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inquest today, the doctor told the coroner, I did not expect hdr to

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harm herself or for her lifd to end the way it did. Tomorrow, the

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inquest continues and we ard expected to hear from the c`re

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worker who told the family, on the day she died, that the office was

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closing and that they would have to call 999 for help.

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Thank you. A Dorset woman who has cysthc

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fibrosis says she's devastated that the hospital service

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she relies on is under revidw. Karen Pearce currently recehves

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care at Poole Hospital. The trust says,

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because of staffing changes, it's looking at different w`ys

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of running the service and is working with

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colleagues in Southampton. It has reassured patients

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that high quality care will continue but Karen fears longer journey

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times and less support for patients. Karen Pearce and her husband, Kenny,

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spend much of their lives trying to manage

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her cystic fibrosis. 50 tablets a day, as well as

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medication she inhales, help to loosen the sticky mtcus

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that builds up inside her body. When the condition worsens,

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the service at Poole Hospit`l, You are very vulnerable with it

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so you can wake up one morning feeling fine,

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and you can wake up the next morning On those occasions, I have

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accessed the service two A letter to patients says that

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service is being reviewed. It explains a specialist consultant

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is moving from Poole to University Hospital Southampton,

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30 miles away. Karen fears Poole's

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provision may go. This is a service that I have been

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attending for six years. It is local, it is accessible,

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and it means that I can get timely Particularly when you are unwell,

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the last thing you want to be doing is travelling a 60-mile round-trip

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to another facility. The Wessex Cystic Fibrosis @dult

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Service is currently providdd Poole Hospital and University

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Hospital Southampton. Karen says she and others

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want clarity about the plans and, if necessary,

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will fight to protect On this board now. Tony is here and

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a big game for the Boylston night. -- Royals tonight.

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Reading's game against Arsenal tonight at the Emirates

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is the first clash between the two sides

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since that eventful FA Cup semifinal at Wembley last ydar,

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in which the Royals came so close to upstaging the Gunners.

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A goalkeeping error from Adam Federici ultimately cost

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the Royals - then managed by Steve Clarke - dear.

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and Clarke was sacked by the end of the year.

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Tonight, Jaap Stam is the man in the dugout.

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Let's go live to the Emiratds now and join Tim Dellor,

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who's commentating for Radio Berkshire tonight.

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Tim, there's a history of goals in this fixture too isn't there

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There is. Based on previous meetings between the two sites, do not bet on

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1-0 to night. The last time they played each other in the le`gue cup

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four years ago, Reading werd 4- up, pegged back to 4-4 after 90 minutes

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and then lost 7-5 after extra time. They have never been more goals in a

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league cup game. They have never beaten Arsenal. The fans ard

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battling Robbins on the railways to get up to North London tonight. They

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will be hoping that tonight is the night. They are taking their squad.

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We are waiting for the Readhng team news, and we kick off in ond hour.

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Thank you. Live commentary on radio and will have an update in the late

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news. Dorset trainer Colin Tizzard

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gave his gelding Thistlecrack a first outing over the larger

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hurdles in national hunt The eight-year-old, ridden

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by Tom Scudamore, was unbeaten on smaller hurdles last season

:21:04.:21:05.

and Tizzard bided his time before He took the barriers well and pulled

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clear of the small field to claim The horse is already tipped

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as a possible Gold Cup contdnder. Over the past couple of weeks,

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we've told you about the closing of the ice rink at Ryde

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on the Isle of Wight. The island's ice hockey teal,

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the Wightlink Raiders, has now had to pull out of the league,

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just eight games into the sdason. Players are said to be devastated

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and the club is promising to try to bring ice hockey back

:21:32.:21:34.

to the island in the future. Last night, we told

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you about the social media `ppeal which had been in a family

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for generations. Jacinta Pearson from Salisbtry

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had lost it before running the Great Sotth Run

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on Sunday in Portsmouth. After the appeal went across social

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media and television, Jacinta has been

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reunited with the ring. It was found half-buried

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in mud by a coffee seller, Tonight, it's safely back

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on her finger - after a polhsh! We've probably

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all walked around ruins and tried hard to picture what life

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would really have been like A team from Reading Univershty has

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created a virtual reality experience that allows people to explore

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a Roman village - including how it would have sounded

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and smelled 2,000 years ago. Today, it's a few

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very old walls around a field. But once it might have

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looked like this. This is a recreation of Silchester,

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a Roman town close to Reading. sound and, cruically,

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smells help bring it to lifd. As we wandered around

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the virtual town, we hit trigger points

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which released the smells. If I pull the scent cartridge out,

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it has got a cotton wool pad in it which has got the scent

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soaked into it. A final blow across this,

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into your face, then That smells pretty horrible,

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whatever it is. at Fishbourne Roman Palace

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near Chichester, where it's forming

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part of a Roman Army week. How did it smell? Not the greatest.

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When he went to whether -- to wear the cows and pigs were, you could

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smell a bit of to. They are immersed themselves in the

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experience. It is good. As well as being an educational tool

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for children and academics, the system's creators hope ht

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will have wider practical uses, helping us build better

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in the future. If someone is building a new

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hospital, you might think that one of the characteristics is the smell,

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and they sounds within it. Hf you are looking at developing a building

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like that, if you can incorporate some of those senses into it, you

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will hopefully come up with a more realistic design.

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So this is modern technologx using the past to help the future.

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Those children loved it, didn't they? Turning up their nose at the

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funny smells. Let's get the weather. Perh`ps you

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can answer this question. The outside of my house when I came out

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to work today was covered in ladybirds.

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We had more sunshine today than we thought. We had a high of 17 or 18

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degrees in Hampshire. That brought out the ladybirds, and they start to

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find places to hibernate, so they are looking for one places to hide

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and hibernate. Your heating isn't on? I'm frugal,

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it is not on yet. Steve Roberts took this picture

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of the sun rising this mornhng Paul Biggins photographed

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toadstools in the New Forest. some of the many swallows

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in Bishops Waltham. Today we had a lot more sunshine

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than we thought yesterday. That meant the temperatures rose to a

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high teens, high of 18 Celshus on the Isle of Wight. Others s`w

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between 16 and 17 Celsius. The further north through the rdgion,

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north of Berkshire, there w`s a lot more cloud. Tonight, that whll start

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spilling in low cloud, densd fog in places, which will become

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widespread. There is the risk of the odd shower for the south of the

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region, but it should largely be dry. In the countryside, lows of

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around six or seven Celsius. These are the values for towns and cities.

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The fog tomorrow might lingdr until around ten or 11am. Once it starts

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to shift, we will see sunny spells. A lot more sunshine of the day with

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temperatures reaching a height of between 14 and 16 Celsius. Tomorrow,

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we will have the south-westdrly breeze drawing in the mild `ir from

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the Atlantic. Through tomorrow night, or clearing skies and light

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winds, very like tonight, there is a chance of mist and fog patches first

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thing on Thursday. A low in the countryside of five or six Celsius.

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Once again, a murky start to Thursday, high pressure builds

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through the course of the d`y with light winds. We will look at an

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Atlantic influence and mild air coming in from the south-west. That

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will allow temperatures to potentially breach 17 or 18 Celsius.

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That is in prolonged period of sunshine. Under the cloud, ht will

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be cooler. The rest of the week looks disappointing, but th`t does

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not mean we will not see sunny spells. Misty and murky conditions

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to start each day, which might be slow to clear. In some placds, it

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could stay until lunchtime, but it will clear and we will see some

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sunny spells on each day, including the weekend.

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We wanted to see a sunny sylbol Tomorrow, will you familiar with

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having our blood pressure t`ken There is one hospital that has taken

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part in research to see that inflatable cuff that you put on

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helps reduce the damage frol heart attack. All will be explaindd

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tomorrow. That will be at 630 B tomorrow. Good night.

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It took us once to get through the novel Anna Karenina.

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It was used to help my friend with depression,

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and finishing as we went to sleep at night.

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tapping each letter through the wall that divided our cells

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as we served life sentences in solitary confinement.

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