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In tonight's programme: it. Now on BBC One we

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Patients stranded and medic`l appointments missed.

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Coperforma is stripped of its contract for

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We look at what's next for thousands of patients

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Could these be coming to the leafy Surrey hills?

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Protestors hope not, as they set up camp.

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Weather it is conventional or something else it is an

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inappropriate area. There is outstanding natural beauty `nd

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nature which could be irrep`rably damaged.

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Rising from the ashes - a temporary school opens to students

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after their old classrooms burned down.

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And fresh from the cow, the raw milk revolution keeping

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And fresh from the cow, the raw milk revolution keeping

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Delayed pick-ups, missed medical appointments and patients stranded

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in hospitals unable to get home a catalogue of problems

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for Coperforma who took over patient transport service in Sussex

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Now it's been stripped of its duties after just seven months.

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The ?62 million contract was due to last six years.

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So let's look at what happened after Coperformer took over.

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there were reports of hundrdds of patients being left stranded

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And by the end of April, 5,000 people had signed a pdtition

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calling on the NHS to end it's contract.

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In May, following dozens of complaints from constitudnts

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12 Sussex MPs raised their concerns about the service.

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one of the companies providhng ambulances ran into

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Then, in August, an NHS report found Coperforma had

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failed to plan properly to take on the service.

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four sub-contractors providhng patient transport said the service

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They claimed they were owed millions.

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Today, following growing spdculation and mounting public pressurd,

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the NHS confirmed Coperform` had given up its contract.

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One leading patient's group says it can't remember a failure

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Patient transport services will now be provided

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by the South Central Ambulance Service.

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Four days a week former Armx officer Michael needs transport to hospital

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for kidney dialysis but for the last seven months he has never knowing

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whether or not Coperforma whll actually turn out to taken to

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appointments. It is incredibly frustrating, it is annoying to have

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to go in for dialysis but h`d to wait for transport which yot now

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could be organised better, ht is annoying. So your thoughts on the

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fact that they will no longdr have the contract? I was going to say I

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am delighted, because they `re not capable of running it. In April

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local health bosses awarded the contract for nonemergency albulances

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to the company who have dealt with the fallout ever since.

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Angry patients not collected, staff unpaid, hospitals picking up the

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pieces, angry MPs, angry unhons But in the end it was the fact that

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patient safety was being colpromised that was the final straw. The

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service is very fragile. In addition we have received a communic`tion

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from Coperforma that last performance has improved thd

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contract is not economical for them. So we have agreed an exit

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arrangements for them. Which begs the question, were they pushed or

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did they jump? It is a combhnation of the two. We have agreed to end

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the contract between us and transition the contract over to a

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new provider. For the unions and MPs who have repeatedly called for

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Coperforma to be stripped of the contract, this feels like

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vindication. In the short tdrm the news is fantastic and myself and the

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members I have spoken to already this morning are absolutely

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delighted that finally what has been seen as a disastrous error hs being

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corrected. The improvement has been there but this was never gohng to

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work in the long term. I am just delighted that finally it h`s come

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to an end and we hope that patients will get a better transport service

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that they deserve. The servhce will be gradually taken over by the South

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Central Ambulance Service who will take complete responsibilitx by

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April next year. We are told that patients don't have to do anything

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and should not notice any change in provider.

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Our Health Correspondent David Fenton joins us from Coperforma s

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This has been on the cards for sometime, some might evdn say it

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They were overwhelmed almost from the very start. They had

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difficulties with their software. Not working properly. They have

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problems with some of their subcontractors. One went bust. And

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they were under constant public scrutiny. All the time. The company

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did say that things were getting better towards the end and they were

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hitting their targets, but were they making any money? It may have been

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that this contract was just not economical for them. Patients want

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to know what will happen next. The contract has been taken over by

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South Central ambulance who will know what is expected of thdm. But

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will they want to continue with the contract? Because there will need to

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be another tender and we will need to go through this all over again,

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maybe in a year or so. The lain thing now is to make sure that

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patients get to and from hospital, safely. We were successful last year

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in winning the contract in Surrey and the neighbouring county, our

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team are currently on the ground at the moment, putting in placd systems

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and processes, vehicles and staff, to run the business. So we `re in

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the adjacent county and there also a lot of cross-border transporting

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patients between Surrey and Sussex, so we are confident that we can run

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good service even though it is not in our current line-up, we will look

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hard to do that. And any apology from Coperforma?

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No word from them at all. I have been into the headquarters, the

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lights are on but no one is home. Or if they are, they are not answering

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the door to me. Potentially it houses the fhfth

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largest onshore oil field in the UK and could be worth millions

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of pounds - but drilling into the Surrey Hills to extract it,

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is highly controversial. Campaigners concerned

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about the possible environmdntal impact are pledging to do everything

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possible to stop work But the company involved has sought

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to reassure local people. It is a popular part of leafy Surrey

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for walkers, cyclists, and horse riders looking for peace and quiet.

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But now the area has become the site of a battle between the Europa oil

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and gas company, and environmental campaigners. Last Friday thd

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campaigners began setting up this protest camp, complete with tree

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houses. Central government has completely overridden the whshes of

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the people in this area, thdy have been made completely clear, it could

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not be more obvious that thhs is not wanted. Today the Green party MEP

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for the south-east visited the site to learn more about the campaign.

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There are enough people sayhng, hang on, this is a beautiful neck of the

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woods, literally, why on earth would we want to disrupt it? The south

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already has a series of onshore oil wells. This site would allow the

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operator access to reserves estimates that around 5 million

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barrels. The site was approved by the planning Inspectorate following

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a seven-year battle but there are outstanding issues including an

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application for new securitx fencing around the site. It is over one

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hectare of land that they are talking about fencing off. Ht will

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be visible from the road, ndver in the original plans. Nobody from

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Europa oil and gas was available for interview today but in a radio

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interview last Friday the company stressed they will not use

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controversial fracking techniques. It is a conventional explor`tion

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well. Firstly identified in 198 by BP. So it predates the invention of

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fracking in the UK. The oil industry says it has a good track record when

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it comes to protecting the environment. In the UK, and in

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particular, the area where this site exists, we have already drilled

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about 250 wells. It is essentially nothing different to what wd have

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done for decades now. Europd are gas and oil does need a series of final

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approvals before it can start work on this site. The company is hoping

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to start drilling here at some stage next year.

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Overcrowded trains, cancelldd services and strikes.

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It's a depressingly familiar story for passengers on Southern Railway -

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caught in the middle of a long running and bitter dispute.

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One Surrey commuter got so fed up - he actually moved house -

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and has now won the right to sue the company for packed

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It comes as the RMT union h`s been protesting outside

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parliament, demanding action from the government.

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Sergei, who moved back to London from Surrey after getting fdd up

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with Southern rail's poor sdrvice. A judge has now given him perlission

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to sue for ?500 for trains he could not get on and those that wdre

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cancelled. Service is not normally covered by compensation. It could

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set a precedent for more cl`ims I feel privileged and humbled that my

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tiny little ?500 claim turndd into this big thing which may possibly

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mean justice and some compensation for thousands of people. Outside

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Parliament and the unions again pressed their case that guards are

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safety critical. They say the guard should dispatch the train. The

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company say the driver can do that using new CCTV. If you are getting

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your members to sign a contract surely it is over and you h`ve lost

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this one? It is not over, that is an irrelevance, changing the job title

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does not change the safety critical role of the second person on board.

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The company must come to terms with that, they cannot bribe and

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intimidate us. Will you condemn the strike? I condemned the fact they

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are necessary but I will not condemn the strike. It is a critical issue

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of passenger safety here. Wd rail minister said the government would

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not intervene in this dispute. Even though those changes are part of a

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government contract that Sotthern rail is bringing in. We havd a

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significant capacity challenge on the southern network. One of the

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best ways to deal with the capacity challenge is new rolling stock with

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more seats on it, which is what we are delivering with the new class of

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700. It would be silly to compromise on passenger capacity just to

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appease a trade union. Both sides remain entrenched and anothdr

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48-hour strike starts on Frhday Expect more industrial action.

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Later we have the forecast with Alexis and there's

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Yesterday temperatures reached a high of 20 Celsius. Today, just 12.

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Tomorrow could be cooler. Ddtails shortly.

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Emergency services had to free a person trapped

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in a car that over-turned in New Milton this afternoon.

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The crash is also thought to have involved a pedestrian.

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It happened just before 2 o'clock at the junction of Whitefield

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Police, fire and ambulance services all attended the scene.

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The German discount supermarket chain Lidl says it's created four

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hundred jobs at its new reghonal distribution centre

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The warehouse off the M271 hs now the company's biggest

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in the UK and cost more than 50 million pounds.

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The depot which opened for business today will serve communities

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from Brighton to Poole and tp to Newbury in Berkshire.

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It's the 10th centre of it's kind to open as the company expands.

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Work to repair a huge railw`y embankment near Farnham

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For three weeks, commuters on this busy route had to travel by bus

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A temporary fix was put in place, but now a permanent repair will be

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Here's our transport correspondent Paul Clifton.

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Creeping through the morning mist. Trains from Alton have been

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travelling the slowly since April. Below the tracks, giant diggers

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reconstructing the hillside. Drainage channels are filled with

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loose stones. Baskets of rocks have been inserted and huge steel piles

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driven deep into the ground. Local housing is also protected bx the

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railway, high above the valley floor. It is a big job. There is a

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lot of material. A lot of m`terial we have to bring in. Last April the

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embankment collapsed. Soaked with winter rain. The line to London was

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closed for three weeks. Then, Alton Station stood empty. There were

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buses instead. A temporary fix was put in place. When it reopened we

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filmed the first train. Now the permanent solution is under way The

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work will take until Christlas. At the moment we are investing ?4.

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million just to rebuild the embankment. A massive step toward

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returning the railway to normal Academics at the University of

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Southampton believe that increasingly frequent landslips like

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this one are linked to clim`te change. Warmer, drier summers, and

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more intense winter rainfall, affecting thousands of clay

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embankments like this across southern England.

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For most students it's back to the usual old classrooms this

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But for pupils at The Academy Selsey,

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Their school burnt down over the summer and since then ldssons

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have been held in various locations across the town.

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Today they moved into what they re calling a "temporary villagd"

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of portable classrooms while their school is re-buhlt.

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For these year ten students and there was an impromptu first session

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in the new classroom. Lesson one, how to get around what is

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effectively a new school. Wd will do an assembly, from their you will go

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to your classes, because yot don't know where they are yet, yot have

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not had them... Business during the school summer holidays that the

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Academy burned down, it is believed the fire started while contractors

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were working there, 75% of the school was destroyed. For the first

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of the academic year lessons were held around other buildings in the

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town, including the town hall, a sports centre, and the Chichester

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secondary school. Meanwhile the field was converted to a telporary

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classroom village of portable buildings. From a outside they look

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like portable buildings but once you get inside you are in a classroom.

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Many of the rooms have air conditioning, it shows you how far

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they have moved since previously. They are double glazed, fully

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functional classrooms with the IT facilities you would expect, and in

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the specialist rooms, science, technology, IT, they have the exact

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a group students need. Over the past few days they have packed thousands

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of new books. The old library was totally destroyed. The old `nd from

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dreams also burned down and replaced. The school held an open

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day for parents to look arotnd. I am excited we don't need to get on the

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bus every day to go to another high school, but now we are here and now

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the way around. It is amazing, really impressive. Can get over it,

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really, how quickly they have done it. It is great. Better than the old

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school. Students are expectdd to be in the temporary village for around

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18 months. Tenders have gond out for the work to rebuild the old school

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and it is hoped that the sttdents can move back in in the middle of

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2018. And now the sport. It is not that

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long ago we were talking about the Olympics. It is nice to reflect on

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one of the highlights of thd summer. It is, but you wonder where all the

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athletes have gone. Some ard tired and some are looking to Tokxo. What

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about others? Indeed, just the Olympic build-up. The cycle takes

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them through hopefully for lany of them to Tokyo, so, what do some of

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them do in the meantime? A couple of them, will be, playing hockdy

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abroad. Because that is the next step in the careers of many of our

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gold medallist in Rio. The next step in the hockey careers

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of many of our gold medallists in Rio has been to play

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professionally in the Netherlands. Maddie Hinch from West Chiltington

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in Sussex came up against a familiar face in this weekend's local derby

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as she represented Stickster. Our reporter Charlie Rose

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was there and sent us this It was the nail-biting clim`x to an

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Olympic final which immortalised this women's hockey team. The

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goalkeeper saving all four penalties. Ten weeks on a m`gical

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moment is still sinking in. I still find it hard to put words to the

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experience. It is still a blur. I cannot tell you what I was thinking

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or feeling at the time, it did not feel real. Now two of the players

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have swapped Copacabana beach for the cooler climes of Holland. Today

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is their first local derby latch of the season. The team kick off with a

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serious team talk. The man who coached her to Olympic glorx

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believes that the experiencd she and other team Britain players `re

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gaining in Holland will bring significant benefits. It is good for

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them, good for the players on it makes a difference, having the

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programme we do it keeps thdm in the UK for the bulk of the Olympic

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cycle. That said, the concltsion of the first local derby match of the

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season, a fantastic one for Maddie Hinch was her team winning 4-0. It

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is a very young side were up against and we had a lot of experienced

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heads so we just need to pl`y a simple game and hopefully the result

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could take care of itself. Her team-mates as a player who failed to

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get a shot past in the final in Rio. She is a fun girl. And they could do

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that as well. So it is good to have her. England's are goalkeepdr, now

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plying his trade in Holland, and all the while continuing to boost the

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profile of women's hockey b`ck at home.

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Champion jockey Jim Crowley has been released from hospital

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Crowley, from Pulbrough in West Sussex, came away

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from a horrific looking crash with only a broken nose.

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Fellow jockey Freddy Tylitski remains in a stable condition

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Hampshire cricket have annotnced that all rounder Liam Dawson has

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agreed a contact extension to 2 19, he's one of the stars

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Meanwhile the county have bden paying tribute to two

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Vic Cannings took 834 first class wickets over ten seasons

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and all after his 30th birthday in the 1950's side.

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Hampshire have also announcdd the death of former chairman

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of cricket Jimmy Gray, opening batsman in the county

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Last month they also lost the wicketkeeper of that te`m

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It's Milan week on South Today as Southampton prepares

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to host Internazionale, the Italian giants from Mil`n

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Big news from the Inter camp today is that

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manager Frank De Boer has been sacked just 48

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It follows a poor run of results in the Italian league for the 1

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Youth team coach Stefano Vecchi will be in charge at

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And on tomorrow night's programme we're getting in the Italian spirit.

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I've been to the corner of Southampton which feels

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like Milan, to try my hand `t some Italian cooking, at the restaurant

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which bears the name of the city and whose manager is a fan of Inter.

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Find out what came out of the pizza oven tomorrow.

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Did you know that many athldtes swear by the benefits of raw milk?

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Forget isotonic sports drinks and protein shakes, apparently

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the benefits of unpasteurisdd milk - fresh from the cow -

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are unparalled when it comes to hydration and nutrition.

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It's growing appeal is also giving dairy farmers a boost.

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As the price of supermarket milk has continued to drop,

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farmers have been looking at ways to diversify and one farmer

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in Botley in Hampshire has started selling raw milk direct

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Olly Neagle hopes it will fhnally help him balance his books.

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Olly Neagle can trace the pddigree of his Jerseys back to his grand

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But this long line of of falily farming was at risk of coming

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to an end - as the price he receives for his

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Today the cost is 30p per lhtre We are getting 21, 22, at the linute,

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we cannot carry on and stay in business so we have to look at

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alternative ways of bringing in income to try to support thd dairy.

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selling his milk fresh from his farm - cutting out the middle men.

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This is raw milk - it's not pasteurised -

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so it can only be sold this way - not in shops.

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We can sell the milk raw direct to the public for ?1 30 a litrd, or to

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pound 50 for two. That is its true worth. People are prepared to pay

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the money for it and it is getting people really engaged back to where

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their food is coming from. H believe it is better for you becausd it has

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still got all the vitamins `nd enzymes in it and all the good

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proteins and fats. I have bden drinking it since I was small. Hence

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why I let my son drink it as well. I just really enjoyed it. I used to

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have it when I was a child. As soon as I stopped drinking and I ended up

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with pneumonia. Food regulators do warn that non-pasteurised mhlk may

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contain bacteria that can c`use food poisoning. But production is tightly

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regulated to ensure that farms like this comply with standards. All he

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is currently selling around 80 litres of raw milk a day. Hd hopes

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to increase that to 300, 400, which would give him and the next

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generation of his cows a secure future.

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Grahame Howard photographed the morning mist at

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Here's another murky shot from this morning

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of the sunshine this morning in Portchester from

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Today we did have some sunnx spells and that was this morning, with

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increasing cloud through thd course of the day. The cloud will stay with

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us for the first part of thd night but it will clear away and there's a

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chance we could have some frost in the countryside. Temperaturds in

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towns and cities will fall to around three, four Celsius. But integral

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areas, possibly around freezing or just above. The mist and fog tonight

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will not be as extensive as it was last night, one or two pockdts here

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and there. A frosty start in places. Blue sky overhead from the word go.

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Barely a cloud in the sky tomorrow. It is a lovely day. It will feel

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quite chilly though with temperatures reaching a high of

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possibly 12 Celsius for the Isle of Wight. The breeze will remahn a

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light through the course of the day. Tomorrow night, sky stays clear

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temperatures falling lower than tonight,

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around freezing or just below in the countryside. These are the

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temperatures in our towns and cities. A chilly start. Thursday is

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dry and a sunny start. Throtgh the course of the morning and the

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afternoon we will see the club increase with high-pressure pulling

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away and low-pressure swinghng in from the North. And this we`ther

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front will bring cloud during Thursday afternoon into the evening

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and overnight. A chance of patchy rain as the weather front and

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south-east across the region on Thursday night. As we look `head to

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the rest of the week we can expect some lovely sunny conditions

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tomorrow, a high of 10 Celshus, a lovely sunny start to the d`y on

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Thursday, the wind will rem`in light from the south-west, the cloud will

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increase, and it will seem patchy rain in the evening and overnight.

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Friday itself, we will have some rain at times, but in amongst the

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showers and the rainfall we will have some sunny spells as wdll. And

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the wind will start to change direction once again through the

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weekend. It will take a look colder over the weekend, especiallx for

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bonfire night on Saturday, hf you aren't about over the weekend it

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will be chilly so wrapped up. Send us your photographs tomorrow if you

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are out in the Thank you very much. That is all we

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have time for. More at 8pm `nd 0:30 p.m.. Goodbye.

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