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Writing for right. is all

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Support for a Hampshire family's fight to free a mother imprisoned

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We weren't expecting this much support.

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It helps lift spirits and drive this campaign.

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Without local support our campaign wouldn't get off the ground.

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A Portsmouth mother is convicted of murdering her baby son.

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Jake was just 19 days old when he died.

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Pagham residents face an anxious Christmas after makeshift sea

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The changing face of the cornershop, and how it's fought

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Christmas is a difficult time if you're separated from your family.

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So imagine what it must be like for the young mother who's been

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested while returning home

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with her two-year-old daughter, after visiting her parents.

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She's currently serving five years for offences relating

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to national security, although the charges against her

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Her husband Richard, who's from Fleet in Hampshire,

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continues to campaign for her release.

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Tonight, he's taken that campaign to Downing Street.

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Our political editor Peter Henley is there.

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Peter, there's a festive theme to the protest

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It is, joyful in many ways which is not what is in the hearts of the

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people singing here opposite the gates of Downing Street.

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It is a long way from here in London with the London Knights, to a jail

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in Tehran when Nasa name is in solitary confinement. But many of

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her family have made the check up from Hampshire to raise awareness

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because what they really want is that the case will be raised by the

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Government and that the Iranians will bring her back to pretend.

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There is a growing campaign -- back to Britain.

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Christmas is the time of friends and family which is why today

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on the last Monday before Christmas, Nazanin's family and friends have

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joined forces to raise awareness of her plight in an Iranian jail.

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They are doing that with Write For Right,

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writing letters of support which she may or may

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It is a message of solidarity and is in conjunction

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At the moment she is not very well at all.

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She has lost a lot of weight, a lot of stress, a lot of hair.

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She is a British citizen and that is what we can't understand.

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Why she has been left to hang out to dry for the last nine

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months with very little British consular support.

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I understand the British Government's reasons behind that.

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She is a British citizen, with a British child,

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Today is a peaceful protest against a frustrating process.

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We weren't expecting this much support.

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It helps lift spirits, drive this campaign.

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Without local support our campaign wouldn't get off the ground.

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Nazanin, who is a British Iranian charity worker, was arrested in Iran

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in April at the airport with her daughter Gabriella.

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They had been on holiday visiting relatives.

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Her family says they don't know why she is being jailed,

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only it is a matter of national security which they say is absurd.

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Nazanin's 30th birthday is on Boxing Day, a birthday

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that is likely to be behind bars unless her family's one

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Laura Trant, BBC South Today, in Fleet.

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A lot of the messages on those placards addressed to Boris Johnson,

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Foreign Secretary, some are quite touching. The Government is saying

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of course publicity could cause problems. They want to deal with

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this in a low-key way. Richard Radcliffe, if I can get you away

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from the supporters. In some ways it could be damaging, this could rile

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the Iranians? I don't think so. Everyone is

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showing how much they care, they want Nazanin home. That is an

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understandable reaction from us. Iran is a good family nation, they

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will understand. It is an intolerable situation and needs to

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end as soon as possible. Is there any sense things are

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moving? We have been overwhelmed by the

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momentum here. There is movement about whether

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Gabriella should be in prison or not. There was due to be an appeal

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date in January. We live in hope for having her back by Christmas.

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23,000 letters? 20 6000.

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That makes a difference? The fact people care and writing. The

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authorities know they are being watched and people care about

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Nazanin. In the end that will make a

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difference. The protest will be continuing here this evening. Some

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of the Twitter messages are getting through even if the letters aren't,

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they have provoked quite a reaction in Tehran.

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-- Iran. A Portsmouth mother has been

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convicted of murdering her 19-day-old son, exactly two years

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after he died. Nicola Brown protested her innocence

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from the dock as majority She was also found guilty of causing

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grievous bodily harm with intent Her husband Jason Brown was found

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not guilty of causing or allowing A serious case review is now

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underway, as the family were known to social services and the NHS

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before the baby's death. Baby Jake suffered a series

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of injuries during his short life. He died on this day exactly two

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years ago after receiving a severe blow that fractured his skull

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and caused a brain injury. Today, his mother Nicola Brown

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was convicted of murdering her baby son and causing fractured ribs

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on previous occasions. The boy's father Jason Brown left

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court after being found not guilty of causing or allowing the death

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of a child. As the jury returned its verdict,

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Nicola Brown shouted repeatedly from the dock,

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she said, "I didn't do it, I did not do it, they have

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made a huge mistake. I hope this haunts you

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until the day you die." Senior detectives say

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it was a difficult case. The treatment of newborn Jake

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is shocking and very sad. It has been a complex investigation

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piecing together the short It is important for us

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to establish who has been The family was living

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at Agincourt Road in Portsmouth. During the trial, Nicola Brown,

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on the right, described how the lights went out in her baby's

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died when she was feeding him. Baby Jake died later

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that day in hospital. The jury was told Mrs Brown had

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anxiety issues, was taking antidepressants and had been

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in denial about her pregnancy. The court was told social

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services had been alerted He had been deemed at risk

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but not at immediate harm. Midwives visited the family twice

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but no concerns were raised. The Portsmouth Safeguarding Children

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Board is now conducting Nicola Brown continued

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to sob and say, "I did not told her she would be sentenced

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in the New Year after a psychiatric Steve Humphrey, BBC South Today,

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at Winchester Crown Court. Their bungalow is at risk

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of being demolished, but an elderly couple from Newbury

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are fighting to stay put. Homes in Hutton Close in the town,

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owned by Sovereign Housing, are due to be knocked down next year

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and replaced with modern houses. But Graham Hillyard and his wife

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Wendy say they want to keep their home as it is,

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and they'll stay Their bungalow was part

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of a sheltered housing scheme when they moved

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here eight years ago. The warden used to keep an eye

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on Graham and Wendy Hillyard is long gone and now

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many of their neighbours The main reason we came

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here was to get out a three-bed house into a smaller property

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as this is. To spend the rest of our lives

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with people of our own ilk. We were a very nice,

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small community. I thought we'd be here for the rest

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of our lives but obviously not. They wanted us to move out

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by the 16th of December. We were very upset about it,

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being turfed out of our houses Sovereign Housing Association says

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these properties are too expensive to heat and maintain,

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and it struggles to find tenants It believes its redevelopment plan

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will be as positive as they have The 60-year-old flats

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here were demolished and a mix of modern housing association

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and shared ownership and private In terms of reassurance,

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we have done this many times before Most people, when they find a house

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they like, do realise where they are isn't as good

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as it could be. Structurally there is

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nothing wrong with them. A house is a house,

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but this one is our home. Sovereign says it is hoping to find

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the Hilliards a new home If planning permission is granted,

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building could start before Thames Valley Police

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is using unmarked lorries in an attempt to get tough

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on drivers using In the space of five hours last

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week, officers caught 12 people The latest crackdown comes

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after a lorry driver was jailed for killing four people

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as he changed the music on his phone Jay's big day out in Bournemouth

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give Saints bragging rights in the south coast

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Premier League derby. Sussex Police says it's

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investigating six separate reports of historical sexual abuse

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at football clubs in the county. None of the claims relate

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to the county's league sides Brighton and Hove Albion and Crawley

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Town. The force says the offences

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were allegedly committed by six Across the UK, there have been

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reports of abuse relating Residents at Pagham in West Sussex

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will be keeping an anxious eye on the weather and tides over

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Christmas, after new measures to protect their seafront homes

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from flooding were washed away. Last week, shingle designed to give

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winter protection had been But Friday's high tide

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made short work of that. Householders have been waiting more

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than a year for a decision on a planning application

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for substantial defences. But it was a different

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picture here on Friday. Just days after the local

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council put 10,000 cubic metres of shingle down,

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a tidal surge coincided That has resulted in the loss

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of the majority of shingle that had been put to increase the depth

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to the beach crest. They will be concerned because this

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was a defence for the winter. We have two very high tides

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over the coming months. That will be the protection that

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has been washed away. I'm not aware of any other emergency

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work being undertaken. The district council says it

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will undertake work as resources allow and it has carried out

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significant works in recent years including building a rock

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revetement, and it believes the work carried out last week reduced

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the effect of the tidal surge. One beach-front resident at risk

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from flooding is David Huntley. It was very different

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when he moved here 20 years ago. Also, in the summer, we would get

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five metres of beach added. In the winter, three

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metres taken away. I was worried they would

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build houses in front. We had the tidal surge come

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through two metres above normal. It came as far as the edge

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of the vegetation which is Pagham parish council wants to cut

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through a shingle bank which has appeared in recent years,

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altering the currents, and the council believes

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causing beach erosion. The council hopes an agreement

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is close on the planning Whatever happens with the planning

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application, work won't be getting underway in the next couple

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of months which means the residents in the seafront properties

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here will remain vulnerable to the worst of the storms

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for the remainder of this winter. Sean Killick, BBC

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South Today, Pagham. The Mid-Sussex MP Sir Nicholas

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Soames is backing calls for new laws to curb strikes,

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as industrial action continues There were delays and cancellations

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this morning due to strike action by the RMT union,

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and an overtime ban by the drivers union Aslef over changes

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to the role of guards. Shoreham MP Tim Loughton

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is bringing his Rail Ombudsman Bill forward tomorrow, calling

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for tougher penalties for rail operators for

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delays and cancellations. They've been a fixture in towns,

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cities and villages for decades and, tonight, the cornershop

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is the subject of a Booze, Beans And Bhajis looks at how

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we've come to love the corner shop It's presented by journalist

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Babita Sharma whose parents owned Earlier, Babita came into the studio

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to talk to me about the film, and this is the moment they go back

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to their cornershop. Today, I am going back

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to our old cornershop. VP Superstore in Reading,

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owned and run by my mum and dad. For me and my sisters,

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the shop was our home, What was it like

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living over the shop? It is only now I am a bit

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older that I think of it as being so different because,

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to me, it was normal, when you spend 15 years of your life

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living over the shop. Stacking shelves was part

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and parcel of what you do. Walking in the front door

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of the shop to get to the back area where you might sit down,

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take your satchel off, was normal. Most people don't do that

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when they walk home from school. You have others in your front living

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room doing an exchange of goods Bizarre when I think

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about it but so special. The thing that comes over

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from the programme is the cornershop is the heart of the community,

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where the gossip is, where the shopkeepers

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know their customers. I had a customer who was a very

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educated man, very well spoken. I said, "What is the matter,

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you look very upset and sad." I came out and put my

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hands on his shoulder, "what is the matter,

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Tom?" He put his head on my shoulder,

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and he started crying. I am not only a shopkeeper,

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I am part of the community. I like to think of it

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as where the art of conversation Where else do you get

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such a mix of people? You wouldn't get that in any other

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kind of space but there. It shows, over the decades,

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the movement and migration of people, and the impact that had

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on our culture. It's extraodinary to think how many

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migrants actually did take If you were an immigrant,

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the chances of gaining That has carried on with a new

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generation of immigrants today, You get to work for yourself,

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if you're willing to work hard, The cornershop has had

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to fight for its survival We could not believe doing

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the research how many times it After World War II, the emergence

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of the big supermarkets, the glamour and Americana

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of refrigeration that To the change in Sunday

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trading laws in the 1990s. Because we all need

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our milk or newspaper. The future of the cornershop,

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is it safe or not? As long as people are willing

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to come through the living room, my home as when I was a child,

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I think we will be OK. And Babita's programme,

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Booze, Beans and Bhajis: The Story Of The Cornershop

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is tonight at ten o'clock A big match yesterday. Do recall in

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a south coast derby? Some people do. -- do you call it.

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It was a big game. It was decided by one man.

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Jay Rodriguez' first Premier League goals since August gave Southampton

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With the winners moving up to seventh in the Premier League,

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it's Saints that have the momentum going into the Christmas fixtures,

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The crowd came expecting a festive cracker, and it began with a bang.

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Acrobatics from Ake just six minutes in made it the perfect

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Jack Wilshere's first assist for the club,

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But Southampton having scored just three goals in their previous seven

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Ryan Bertrand waltzing into the box and arrowing

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Steven Davis, on as a second-half substitute, had an immediate impact.

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Combining well with Sofianne Boufal to gift wrap a goal

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Rodriguez, who has hardly played for the past two

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years due to injuries, proved he could also

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do it from distance, producing the defining moment

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20 yards out, five minutes left, one top corner found.

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A significant moment in Rodriguez' long road back to recovery.

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It is nice to be part of the team and scoring and be sharp.

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I think the main thing is the three points.

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The lads worked really hard, against a good Bournemouth side,

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three points in the Christmas period is good.

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I felt we weren't at our best level today.

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Physically, technically, we didn't play as well as we have

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Credit to Southampton, they deserved to win today.

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Southampton move up to seventh, three points

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Elsewehere, in the Football League, a number of our teams left it late,

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Kris Temple's round-up of the action starts with the Seagulls of Brighton

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Lukas Jutkiewicz put the hosts in front, but the Seagulls once

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Anthony Knockaert's volley levelling things with eight minutes left.

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Before deep into injury time, Glenn Murray was on hand with a cool

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head to move Brighton eight points clear of Reading in third.

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The Royals themselves left it late, but got the job done at Blackburn.

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Dominic Samuel fired the visitors in front,

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before Danny Graham levelled just before the break.

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Liam Kelly's fine strike was denied by the woodwork,

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but Liam Moore's chest put Reading back in front, albeit in less

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But Rovers returned again to make it 2-2.

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With the draw looking likely, up popped George Evans

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with seconds remaining, taking all three points

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Oxford are unbeaten in eight, after coming from behind

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Chris Maguire's free kick first cancelled out James Vaughan's

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After falling behind again, up stepped Maguire.

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Another free kick, cue another equaliser.

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With momentum on their side, Oxford's pressure paid off.

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Greg Leigh turning a low cross into his own net.

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MK Dons' boss Robbie Neilson saw his side lose for the first time.

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Cody McDonald's strike enough to give Gillingham the win.

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Dons now three points above the relegation zone.

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Luke Norris's close-range header put Swindon in front

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Only for David Ball to equalise ten minutes later.

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Michael Doughty had the opportunity to seal the win

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Portsmouth couldn't find a way past former goalkeeper Trevor Carson.

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The Hartlepool shot-stopper pulled off three superb saves including

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Hampshire all-rounder Liam Dawson has taken his maiden Test wicket

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trapping Murali Vijay lbw in one of few highlights for England

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Dawson later removed Jadeja, ending with figures of two

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A four-point weekend moved Basingstoke Bison back up to third

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The first goal of their 4-2 home win over Bracknell Bees on Saturday,

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sparked a torrent of bears being thrown on to the ice,

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as part of Bison's annual fundraising collection for Naomi

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The two sides faced off again on Sunday, with Bison

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And now for proof that practice pays off.

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81-year-old Dickie Borthwick from Dorset, who we featured last

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week, is looking for a football club to join.

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Obviously got his eye in as he slotted penalty

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after penalty past me, as this weekend Dickie

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made his debut for Portland Town in a charity match.

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He played over 70 minutes and scored a penalty with five minutes to go!

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well done to him. You are part of it giving him all

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that training. The board names for South West

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trains has made it a festive celebration at train stations. And

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sweets were being given out with tickets!

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Wish I was there. You don't see that on trains I go on.

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Let us take a look at your weather pictures.

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Jamie Fielding took this picture of the murky conditions in Midhurst.

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Harry Harman photographed the cloudy conditions in Poole.

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And this close-up of a robin was taken at Rowlands

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This week, we start with a misty note, outbreaks of drizzle. A fairly

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cold start. Today a high of just seven Celsius. Overnight, Chile as

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well. Rain or drizzle, some sunshine. Towards the Christmas

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weekend, things turned a little wet and windy.

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Clearing skies for some overnight, a touch of frost in the countryside,

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down to freezing. In general, three Celsius. A chilly

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night with outbreaks of light rain and drizzle.

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We start the morning tomorrow with a fair and much of cloud, drizzle is

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likely along the south coast and Isle of Wight. Showers inland. Dry

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inland for most places, temperatures reaching seven Celsius.

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Another chilly day. Tomorrow, the card will gather.

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Outbreaks of drizzle at times. The risk of frost in the countryside.

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In band of rain moving in in the second part of Wednesday.

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Temperatures falling to three Celsius. A pretty wet start to the

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day on Wednesday. The rain booth at the way, a drier

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interlude with sunny spells in the middle of the day before the next

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band of rain arrives in the afternoon.

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Some dry spells, a high of 11 Celsius.

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The winds will increase through the latter part of Wednesday.

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Thursday, rain showers at times, patchy drizzle.

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Drier conditions in the evening, and an overnight frost.

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Friday, a dry start. Going downhill later. We have a deep

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area of low pressure from the Atlantic.

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The winds will increase. Rain moving in by evening.

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And gales along the south coast. The weekend will be cold, heavy rain, a

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chance of a storm. Not what we were hoping for! Snow.

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We could even have Storm Barbra, the second of the season.

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Ben dropping a frozen turkey on Mum's foot.

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Put me down! No, we talked about this.

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Taser him! That is a video game, isn't it?

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I'm going to need at least another 15 years to recover from children.

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