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In tonight's programme. and on BBC One we now join

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Dicing with death - the diet pills sold online

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are a quick fix to lose weight but they can have

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The doctors were just telling him to keep calm and lie down,

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and the wet that was running off him, I've never seen

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The badge carved into the Whltshire countryside officially unvehled

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in time for this year's Poppy Appeal.

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We are so grateful for everxthing we play with, so we think everx child

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should be able to have a go and have a football.

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Doing their best - the cub scouts thinking of others

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before themselves as they hdlp Syrian refugees.

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And as darkness falls the skulls, skeletons and ghouls come

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out to celebrate a very Mexican festival.

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A BBC investigation has discovered lethal diet pills are being sold

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on "hidden" websites despite a major crackdown.

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It's an unlicensed drug called Dinitrophenol - or DNP -

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which is often marketed on the internet as fat burnhng.

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But DNP was classed as unfit for human consumption in 1938.

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Last year a 25-year-old wom`n from Worthing died after taking

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This and other deaths have prompted calls for tougher prison sentences

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Sean was just 28 when he didd after taking the highly toxhc

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I was in with him probably H think no more than ten minutes,

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and when I first got in there, he was trying to stand up,

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because he said his back was hurting.

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And he was just shouting at his back hurt and he wanted to stand up,

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And I said to him, you can't stand up.

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And then I noticed like his stats were really high, and the doctor

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was telling him to keep call and lie down, and the wet but was rtnning

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Last year, 25-year-old Worthing woman Rachel Cooke died

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She first heard about them after reading about the death

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of another young woman, 21-year-old Eloise Parry.

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Instead of putting her off, she believed it could be a puick fix

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It's used legally in fertilhsers, dyes and even ammunition.

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But it's illegal to sell for human consumption.

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Four people were jailed in connection with Sean's c`se.

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The Food Standards Agency is clamping down on underground

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If you're selling it online, we can track you.

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We can trace you to your hole address, and we have done that

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on two occasions this year, we've successfully intervendd

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Thinking they were selling ht in a way that couldn't be traced,

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And they're now sort of acthve ongoing investigations that will

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The BBC purchased pills from the dark web,

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The results showed they contained 40% DNP.

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And figures obtained by the BBC from the medicines health rdgulatory

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authority show it's seized ?1.4 million worth of unlicdnsed

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Experts warn taking these dhet pills is dicing with death.

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Sean's grandparents just looked you know, it's aged everybody.

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I had Sean and I was 17 years of age, so it was like not

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just losing your son, when he was growing up

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So it's very, very difficult when you've got that bond

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with someone and then all of a sudden they're just gone.

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A Hampshire man who was sentenced to 30 years for murder

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following an 'unusual' second trial, has been told he can't appe`l

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Matthew Hamlen from Bishopstoke was found guilty of the brutal

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murder of pensioner Georgina Edmonds, despite bding

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The case was one of just a handful of double jeopardy murder c`ses

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Our Home Affairs Corresponddnt Emma Vardy was at the Court of Appeal.

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It took eight years to get justice for Georgina Edmonds,

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who was beaten to death with a rolling pin at her

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Matthew Hamlen was found not guilty at a trial in 2012,

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but was tried a second time after new DNA evidence emerged.

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Today his defence team said the jury at the second trial should not

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have been have been told about the original trial

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and its outcome because it gave "undue prominence"

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for the prosecution said it had been important for the jury to bd aware

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He argued "The trial would not have made sense unless the jury knew

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Court of Appeal Judge Lord Justice Fulford agreed,

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saying without telling the jury of the original trial a mystery

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would have been created that would have needed to be addressed.

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And he refused the application to appeal.

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Matthew Hamlen was heard to remark "well that was a waste of thme"

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We've often reported on the problem of so-called bed blocking.

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As patients who are ready to go home wait to be discharged,

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other patients are backing tp in casualty, until beds comd free.

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Graham Moody from Reading h`s been waiting for three months to leave -

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what's unusual about his case is that he's stuck in

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His wife Pamela says he really shouldn't be there, but the NHS

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and Reading Council haven't been able to agree who should

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We're torn between the NHS and Reading Borough Council,

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trying to decide who's going to pay, when they're going to pay.

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She's watched helplessly for four years as dementia slowly

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Graham Moody's only in his lid- 0s, but his wife Pamela is no longer

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He moved briefly into a card home back in the summer, but within days,

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Because of that reaction, as a temporary measure,

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Graham was admitted to a psxchiatric hospital, and he's been there ever

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since - even though it's not really geared up

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The cost for Graham to go into residential could be

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I mean, I couldn't afford to pay that.

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I was told by the social worker that he is eligible for funding

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for further care, but why isn't he being moved out?

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All the time he's there, he's blocking a bed

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I mean, there's people that need those beds,

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it's an acute ward, people are coming and going all thd time.

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It's not good for him to be on there.

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Because he's still relatively young and active, finding a suitable care

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home to take Graham also won't be easy - potentially

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Neither the Council or the Clinical Commissioning Group

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which controls NHS spending were willing to talk to us,

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but they have released a joint statement.

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In it they say they're going to work together to improve processds

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In Graham's case, they say since the NHS became aware

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of his application for fundhng earlier in the month,

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interim funding has been agreed for a joint care

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Which should hopefully mean that Graham should find himself loving

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Meanwhile, Pamela continues to visit her husband each d`y,

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on the psychiatric hospital ward where he really shouldn't bd.

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One of the key decisions as Britain negotiates to leave the EU

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is what happens to all the Duropean citizens already

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Some aren't waiting to find out - one poll suggests a quarter

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of the Polish community now want to move back, either to Poland

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One woman from Poole is among those who say they are being made to feel

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Attacked for speaking Spanish on the street.

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This may be an extreme case, but that Brexit vote since this

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assault in pool has left many EU nationals feeling unwanted,

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Just down the road in Bourndmouth, Polish born Joanna certainlx

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When I was talking with my daughter on the street, we were standing just

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And we were joking and laughing and maybe we were talking loudly.

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And there was passing one m`n, and he said something like that

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"If you are in England, you have to talk in English "

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I said, "Sorry, I am talking with my child."

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And I said to that guy, "this is also my

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country and I have equal rights in here.

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You don't have any rights in here any more."

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In Reading, where a sizeabld majority voted Remain,

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universal condemnation for such attitudes today.

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I think it's very sad, because they're only

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I don't think there's any rdason for them to go back if they're

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Quite disrespectful.

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But as Christina, a care worker from Romania,

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testifies, things can be difficult here, too.

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When I go to work, people are not so friendly like first time.

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Yeah, like, "Why you don't go in your country?

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Because this referendum showed you we don't need you here."

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Along the town's Oxford Road, traders say Polish customers

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Especially after what happened after Brexit.

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No, I have to be very careftl about my future, but I'm more

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It's a symbol of remembrancd that can be seen for miles round.

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The Flanders poppy has been carved into the Wiltshire

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hillside in Fovant - it sits alongside eight

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The unveiling of the Flanders Poppy officially launches

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the county's Poppy Appeal - and marks a special centenary.

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The enormous poppy you can see in the hillside behind me

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is a reminder of the Armed Forces of the past, present and our future.

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It's actually the size of half a football pitch,

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and it's the first chalk carving to be made here since 1970.

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To all our soldiers for everything they do for us.

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This year's particularly sylbolic, because it marks 100 years

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since the first ever badge was made here by soldiers

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in the First World War on their way to the Somme.

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We couldn't just ignore the Centenary of the first badge.

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With the sacrifice made by those soldiers in World War I.

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So it seemed to us sensible and quite right to build another

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badge in exactly the same w`y that those soldiers did

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The Flanders Poppy sits next to eight badgers now

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The Royal British Legion saxs it's a wonderful symbol of remembrance.

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Last year there were about 750, 00 members of the three armed services

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and their families who recehved some sort of assistance.

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Some of that assistance is the direction to specialhst

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welfare assistance that thex need for mental health or

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The man who designed the Flanders Poppy is

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It's been rather fun, because I have never done

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The simplicity was the object in the end.

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It was carved into the hillside in the summer by volunteers

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and serving soldiers, and it will be a symbol of sacrifice

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Residents living in a small village in Dorset are asking their local

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council to cut the speed lilit in their parish.

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Winterborne Houghton is in `n area of outstanding natural beauty.

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Locals believe the present speed limit of 60 miles per hour hs unsafe

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and want it reduced to 20 or 30 miles per hour.

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Today they delivered their request to Dorset County

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Tireless - the Southampton lan who's no roll over when it comes

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to winning a silver medal in the World's Strongest

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The A27 through West Sussex is one of the region's

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Everyone agrees something needs to be done but they

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Hundreds of people are gathdring for a public meeting this evening

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Highways England has up to one hundred million pounds to spend

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but there's concern some iddas might actually make matters worse.

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Good evening. Behind me you can see the mass of people waiting to get

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into this meeting to discuss the A27 bottleneck in Worthing. Tod`y, I

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discussed the problem with one family, asked them

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about the problems they facd on a daily basis.

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I lose so much time just sat in traffic permanently.

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Trying to get my daughter from school is always

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Trying to make it to meetings in time for work,

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How long would you be sitting in a traffic jam?

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We definitely need a bypass of some sort.

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We don't know where it's going to go!

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It's very difficult around here because we've got

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the green fields at the back with the Downs and things.

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Sea to the other side, so there s not a lot of places to go!

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Possible answers include a tunnel or so-called three pass, widenhng the

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road through the town. One campaign group believes the existing road

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should be kept just for loc`l traffic. They want a northern bypass

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making use of existing roads. Through traffic would head north and

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rejoin the existing dual carriageway at patching.

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By definition, a through pass favouring through traffic mtst

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disfavour all the locals trxing to cross the road or join the road.

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So we are talking about givhng 50,000 people in the top half

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of Worthing a problem to favour a few people who want to go

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Environmentalists say the answer is to reduce traffic.

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Well, we know from history that every time we build a new road,

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So that exactly what is going to happen.

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If we're going to tackle congestion on the A27, we need

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to minimise the demand for people who want to drivd.

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And to do that, we've got to give them real choices in terms

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of walking and cycling for the shorter journeys,

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linking up with buses and r`il for the longer journeys.

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They will be opening the doors here in just a minute, and the formal

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consultation gets underway hn the With the sport now,

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here's Tony Husband. That road will be pretty busy

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tomorrow! Many a time I havd driven on A27 trying to get... Or not

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driven! Big game for Brighton tomorrow.

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Brighton boss Chris Hughton comes up against his former club in this

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Albion face Norwich tomorrow, a club Hughton managed in the top

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His current club are second in the table -

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two places above tomorrow's opposition, who have lost

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only once in the last 13 games in this fixture.

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Two promotion rivals facing off means three big points on offer

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It's also about points that the opposition don't gdt.

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Is there any difference in ` game away at Wigan and a

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We want to be taking points off our closest rivals if that's how

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it's going to pan out towards the end.

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The disappointing performance up there.

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Bournemouth are on the road at Middlesbrough tomorrow sdeking

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a fifth game unbeaten in thd Premier League.

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That's a three o'clock kick off Southampton's game against Chelsea

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Reading host Nottingham Fordst in the championship,

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a win could put them back into the top six.

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In league one, Oxford's game against Millwall

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is a one o'clock kick off, Swindon are at Scunthorpe.

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Portsmouth have only one win in five, so they'll hope

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for a positive result at Cambridge tomorrow.

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Another impressive round of golf from Stoneham's Richard Bland means

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he remains in contention at the halfway stage of the world

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The 43-year-old from Hampshhre shot another 68, making him eight under

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He's tied for fourth and five shots off the lead held

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Now to the world of strongman competition.

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In this sport you can often lift, drag, pull and push weights of over

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A businessman from Southampton has just returned

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from the United States where he earned a podium pl`ce

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in his class, but as I find out he won't give up until he's

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Tom trains four times a week and often twice a day,

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so putting on a show for thd cameras today was no sweat.

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He has 26 stone he is about to lift and carry, twice my body wehght He

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started entering events in 2012 and won his competition. Last wdek was a

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big breakthrough on the loc`l stage. Second place in the world's

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strongest man and 90 kilogr`ms. It's hard. There was a different winner

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in each event. It was a fierce competition, and as always the most

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consistent person won. In world's strongest man,

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there are usually about six disciplines, from deadliest

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to moving obstacles. 30-year-old Tom will lift wdights

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of over 300 kilograms. There is no prize money, we found

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ourselves. We are literally competing for a title, that's all it

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is about. There is great calaraderie between the different competitors.

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It's just a case of you havd these weights and you have delivered them,

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push your body to give the best of durability. The way they sahd they

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went up, they're always progressing, progressing, always making things

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heavier -- the best of your ability. Tom runs a personal trainer

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business in Southampton. I'm not going to give up until I win

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at least once. He has the mhndset! You didn't give him much of a

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helping hand. I couldn't evdn move the trial. Absolutely incredible!

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You don't change the tyres on your own hand, why would you be trying

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out? Next Monday it is of course

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Halloween but in other parts of the world, particularly

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in Mexico, it's traditional to celebrate the Day

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of the Dead instead. It's an occasion to

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honour the ancestors - visiting their graves,

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leaving offerings and There's a distinct carnival

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atmosphere and that's what they're tapping

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into in Basingstoke tonight, with it's own Day

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of the Dead parade. I'm surrounded by ghosts and ghouls

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to mark the Day of the Dead. Celebrations here in Basingstoke,

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and it's all about reconnecting with ancestry. In Mexico, they do just

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that. They go to graveyards and have it picnic and reconnect with their

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loved 1's past. I'm joined now by Mary from a theatre group. Tell us

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about who's getting involved? We have been working with an alazing

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company who do this work at Glastonbury every year. We work with

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young people in Basingstoke to create the lanterns, face p`inting,

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to do dance workshops and theatre workshops. They have been doing

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theatre all day. It's been great and they are ready to take part in the

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parade. Why is it important to celebrate arts? It brings the whole

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community together. The kind of work we do is all about this,

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enlightening a community, m`king it a great place to win. -- to live.

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You can come down and have ` party, and celebrate where you livd. It

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certainly is feeling vibrant. There are also people heavens we have a

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dance troupe here. What performance are you doing? The living. Fabulous.

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Have a look around this sitd. We have a tiny werewolf. I'm a little

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scared of you! I'm going to find our counsellor. Terry, this is putting

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Basingstoke on the map in a different way to our part of the

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region? We wanted something different, quirky, bit less

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threatening than the tradithonal view of Halloween, and something

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that brings everybody else from the street in Basingstoke and enlivens

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what is the historic part of town. So connecting with ancestors as

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well. And you're hoping for great success? Absolutely, it was

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fantastic last year. I think the crowds will be bigger this xear and

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we have even more happening. It s just exciting. Is half of the parade

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is the living. We will join up with a parade of the dead, this spooky

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crew! Fabulous, we will join you for our forecast of the

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weather. Now, more than 100 footballs

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are being sent to Syrian refugee children in Turkey,

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thanks to a pack of Cub Scotts. The cubs from the second

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New Forest North Group at Copythorne raised ?1000 and this

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morning bought the balls from the Saints shop

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at St Mary's Stadium. It's the Cub Scout law

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to always do your best, think of others before yourself

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and do a good turn every dax. And today, this team of young boys

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are doing just that. Because of the crisis in Syria,

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they've been going to refugde So we've been thinking that we're

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so grateful for everything that we play with and footb`lls

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so we think that every child should be able to have a go

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and have a football. They started at the

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beginning of January. They collect 20p, which thex bring

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in dribs and drabs They've had kickball compethtions,

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they've had car washes, sponsored tractor clean,

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which was absolutely amazing First to Calais in France,

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where demolition is starting today on one of the biggest migrant

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and refugee camps. The Cub Scouts came up with the idea

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after watching the news But how much do the younger

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generation know about what's There's a lot of killing

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and stuff like that. It's interesting learning

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about all the different I watched it this morning

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about the war. Yeah, I wish I could but I can't

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because it's kind of far-aw`y to it. But maybe for young people

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like these Hampshire scouts, the only way they feel they can help

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is with little acts of kindness Well done to that group. Yot have

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done really well. Shall we go back to Basingstoke now `nd join

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Sarah? Now time for a look at the weekend

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weather, here's Sarah Farmer. It's not looking too terrifxing

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This weekend's forecast for the last weekend of October, it's prdtty calm

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and mild. You can see from the satellite picture earlier today that

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we have a band of thick clotd across the central part of the country

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This is actually a weather front that divides the cold northdrn half

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of the UK and the warm southern half. That's the mild weathdr for

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the last few days and today is no different. We have got cloudy

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conditions in Basingstoke this evening, and that's what we will

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stick with throughout the course of tonight, a mild one with

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temperatures down to 12 or 03 degrees. That is what we wotld

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normally see by day during this time of the year. We will see ond or two

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patches of fog which could be slowed to lift by first thing tomorrow

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morning. A minibus, cloudy picture. A light breeze and as we st`rt to

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head towards the afternoon ht lives in some spots. He may be lucky

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enough to catch one or two sunny breaks. Most of us see tempdratures

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up to around edge you may bd. You might see is up to 16 or 17 degrees

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locally. Tomorrow night, thd clocks change so an extra hour in bed. We

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will continue the theme of cloudy and mild weather. There may be a few

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patches of fog once more. Temperatures down to around 11 or

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12, so the mild theme continues Sunday morning, a similar phcture.

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We start off with cloudy conditions, a little bit of patchy mist and fog

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possible. By afternoon, we could see more bright breaks. Sunny spells

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towards the end of the weekdnd. Monday looks like it will bd a

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brighter day, and we start to see a fresher feel to things as wd go into

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the new working week. By Tudsday, we return to slightly cloudy

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conditions. Not too terrifyhng for the celebrations here for

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the Day of the Dead. Here in Basingstoke. Thank you, Sar`h. There

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is a wonderful woman behind Sarah, those skeletons. You can sed the

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parade on our Facebook page and we thought we would leave you with some

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great shots from our cameras there in Basingstoke. Enjoying thd Day of

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the Dead celebrations in Basingstoke. Have a great wdekend,

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goodbye!

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