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The pioneering genetic research giving new hope to a chronically ill

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What we did find out was that you have 3.2 billion

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letters in your DNA, and for me to have what I have,

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And this is where the breakthrough was made, a research laboratory

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The team here are engaged in a project that's pushing

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Jailed for three years, the cyclist who killed a pedestrian

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after an argument about riding a bike on the pavement.

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We'll tell you about a storytelling cottage industry that's now

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And a haunting commemoration of World War I.

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The scrap metal soldier forged in Dorset

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A pioneering genetic test developed by doctors in Southampton has

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pinpointed a rare immune deficiency in a ten-year-old Dorset boy.

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Matthew Knight has suffered from one infection after another

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The success of the test has made it possible

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to boost his immunity and help him fight off future illnesses.

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The team responsible believe their work could benefit

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many more people, paving the way for a routine genetic test for all

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Matthew has got no problem with Lego. It's the building blocks in

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his DNA that have caught him grief. What we did find out was that you

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have 3.2 billion letters in your DNA and for me to have what I have, I

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have four missing. Just four, which is, wow. Matthew had been in and out

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of hospital with infections since she was three months old. Endless

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tests and blood tests and x-rays and scanned and everything. It was a

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long haul, waiting and finding out exactly how he was going to be

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treated because they did not know what to do with it. Then the family

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was invited to take part in a medical trial. This is where the

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breakthrough was made, research laboratory at Southampton Hospital.

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The team are engaged in a project which is pushing the boundaries of

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medical science. They have developed a test that can go deeper than any

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time before it our genetic make up and pinpoint precisely because of a

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range of rare diseases. Some have compared this to manned landing on

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the moon. We are moving into a reality of delivering tests that we

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would not have thought possible 15 years ago, into clinical care and in

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Matthew's case, within three weeks, we were able to turn around a result

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and give the family information that had been previously elusive. All of

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the data in the lab comes into a sequence. This machine tells us what

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the genetic code of an individual is and there we determine where the

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illness arrives from. He is now getting the right treatment to boost

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his immune system. I feel like I am sitting in now, now I feel like I am

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covered, I fit in a bit more. You can get out and enjoy yourself.

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Similar tests are being developed to detect the causes of common cancers.

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It is thought they could be routine in the NHS within a few years.

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A cyclist has been jailed for just under three and a half years

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after admitting he killed a pedestrian last September

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after an argument about riding a bike on the pavement.

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69-year-old Roy Galvin, from Alverstoke in Hampshire,

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was pushed over, hitting his head on the road.

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Duncan Snelgrove from Gosport pleaded guilty to his manslaughter.

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Roy Galvin was an aircraft engineer in the Royal Navy for 24 years.

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Receiving Falklands War and good conduct medals.

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Retirement was said to have given him a new lease of life,

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but it was ended suddenly on a street in Gosport.

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It was early evening in September when Roy Galvin and his wife Deborah

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were coming along here on their way home from a nearby pub.

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Deborah Galvin was in a motorised wheelchair.

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Ahead of them were a group of people including two men on bikes.

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One of the bicycles was obstructing the footpath, and it

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Mrs Galvin said Snelgrove was full of rage, and without warning

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had raised both arms and pushed her husband in the chest.

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Mr Galvin fell backwards into the road and received

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Snelgrove pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

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Today the court heard he has 17 previous convictions,

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His barrister said Snelgrove was deeply remorseful.

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Outside, a police officer read a statement on behalf

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I've had my husband and soul mate taken from me far too early.

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The terror of the incident of Bury Road is still with me

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and is pretty much on my mind for every minute of every day.

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I just can't seem to get out of my head.

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Snelgrove was imprisoned for three years and four months.

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It was an appropriate sentence, I thought, for this incident.

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Comment on this incident was, it was just such an unnecessary use

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of violence at that time on a Sunday afternoon in Bury Road, and such

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I suppose it demonstrates the fact that even small amounts

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of violence can end up in these outrageous tragic consequences.

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A Berkshire council has been heavily criticised after a vulnerable woman

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with dementia lost a third of her body weight while

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The woman weighed less than six and a half stone at the end

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of her three year long council-funded stay at Murdoch House

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The Borough council has been ordered to pay compensation

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Nikki Mitchell is in our Reading studio.

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What were the consequences of this lady losing so much weight?

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The woman was severely malnourished by the time she left the care home.

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She simply hadn't been eating enough food to get the nutrients

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And we're talking about a very vulnerable woman.

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An elderly woman with dementia, who'd had a stroke and had

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When she was moved into Murdoch House Care Home in Wokingham

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in 2010 she weighed a healthy nine and a half stone.

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But by the time she left three years later, she weighed less

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Her family complained to Wokingham Borough Council and it

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transpired that while the council had funded her care, they'd failed

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The local government and social care ombudsman says it's one of the worst

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The council failed to properly monitor the quality of care

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and they are responsible for the quality of that care.

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Even though the failures rest with the care home ultimately.

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So the message we want to send out today is that the councils have

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to recognise that they must monitor the quality of care,

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they must review the needs of the people in these placements

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and make sure those needs are being met.

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And I'm afraid that didn't happen in this case.

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How were things allowed to go so badly wrong? The council accepts it

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failed in this case. This lady's name vanished from a computer

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system. We changed from one

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computer system to another, and unfortunately in the transfer,

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we lost the name of that individual. And whereas normally, they would get

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at least an annual review, that became unsighted to us

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and we can't do anything We know that that led

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to an unfortunate outcome So I'm happy to say that we've

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corrected all of that and massively So the Borough Council

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is going to have to pay ?4,000 in compensation to the lady

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concerned, and her family. The company which runs

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Murdoch House Care Home meanwhile has also apologised

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for any failings. But it says the ombudsman's report

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did not reflect the substantial weight loss the patient suffered

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while in hospital, and that the home did take steps to fortify her diet

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with additional cream and butter. An MP's stepped into the row

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about a controversial bus lane camera near the QA

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hospital in Portsmouth. Penny Mordaunt, Conservative MP

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for Portsmouth North has asked the council to rethink how it

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operates the camera after more than 3,500 people were fined

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in just five months. The camera was installed in July

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and within the first 11 weeks, fines totalling nearly

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?124,000 were issued. Between October and December fines

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totalled another ?87,000. It's a camera that's been called

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a cash cow and unfair. It was meant to deter nonhospital

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users from using the bus lane as a short cut,

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but because you cannot see the sign clearly,

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it's actually penalising hospital If you approach this

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junction from the north or the south car park,

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then the signing here is obscured so people don't actually noticed

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there's a bus lane as you turn left And as you go through there,

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there's a camera, which would then Andrew is one of more than 3500

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drivers who have been caught. He received the fine only two days

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after his terminally Although the council has

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since let him off the ticket, on compassionate grounds,

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he says the system is unfair. I think it's immoral

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that they do that. People here are coming

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here for treatment or to take relatives, or visit relatives,

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and it's quite immoral that people Where you've got cameras in the city

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that are creating very, very high levels of fines,

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that should be reviewed And in this instance, clearly,

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those who have been fined had suggested that the signage could be

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improved, and I think that's probably the sensible thing

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for the council to do. Motoring experts say the issue

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in Portsmouth is not unique. In Preston recently,

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a bus lane was actually switched off after two weeks of a camera looking

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at a bus lane and catching people. And the reason they stopped

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that was that they realised that there were, that the signage

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it wasn't adequate. So they decided that they would stop

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putting fines in place, they would reassess the site,

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and look at the signage And that's what we'd

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like Portsmouth to do. Portsmouth City Council says

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that the current signs do comply However it does recognise there have

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been a large number of fines issued so it's now speaking to the hospital

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trust to see if any additional signs or road markings on the approach

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to the bus lane can be put in place. A motorway service station

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in Hampshire which was engulfed by a large fire

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has partially re-opened. The southbound Fleet Services

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on the M3 was closed last month. The blaze started in a restaurant

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and spread to other buildings. Operators Welcome Break have

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reopened some of the facilities including the forecourt and toilets

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with access restored to the northbound service station

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across the footbridge. Don't go away because Tony's

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here with all the sport in a few minutes' time,

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and Alexis will tell us if last Last night was the coldest night of

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the season. Tonight will not be as cold but still pretty chilly. I will

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have the forecast for you shortly. It's the argument at the heart

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of the year-long dispute that has wrecked services for hundreds

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of thousands of commuters. Plans to run driver only

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trains between Horsham and Bognor Regis are safe,

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according to the Chief He's carried out months of research

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into Southern Railway's plan for drivers to operate train doors

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on the route, instead of conductors. The rail unions which are striking

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over this issue dismissed the report Our transport correspondent

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Paul Clifton is at Does this report prove

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the unions are wrong? Sally, there have been many reports

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into the safety of driver controlled operation. Everyone, without

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exception, has concluded that it is safe. So what makes today's report

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different? It was carried out on Southern Railways on the exact route

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through West Sussex that the system is being extended across. It has

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been carried out by the most senior safety expert in the industry, a man

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who is widely respected. Driver only operation can be

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operated safely in compliance with the law on Southern Railways

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and we have told Aslef The safety inspector ran tests on

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the Horsham to Bognor Regis route. They looked at the union claims that

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cameras on trains were unsafe in poor light and at night-time.

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Deficiencies were found at some stations, so Southern is more

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lights. The inspectors looked at whether cameras can see small

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children adequately. They also looked at leaving the door cameras

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running as the train starts to move. This offers clear safety benefits

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compared to using a guard, they say. But the drivers union is pressing

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ahead with next week's strike. It says the two sides are on different

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planets. The reality is that there has been

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no real move to address the fundamental issues that

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are at the heart of the deal. It is about the imposition of

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a system and breaking of agrrements And if everything is done

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by imposition in the future, then the reaction is always

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going to be the same. What other reaction do you get

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from anybody in any other walk of life if they're forced

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to do things? But every safety report, every

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statistic I have ever read, on driver door operation, says it is

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safe. But the RMT union called today's report a total whitewash,

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which proved the safety authority is no longer fit for purpose. The union

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even said there was no longer any independent safety regulation of

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Britain's row ways. So, sadly, the two sides are not in any mood for

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compromise. Portsmouth port will lose

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about a third of its cruise ship trade after a holiday company went

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out of business. All Leisure holidays went

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into administration yesterday, affecting Swan Hellenic

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and Voyages of Discovery. The City Council, which owns

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the port, says the expected loss will be less than 1%

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of the ?15 million generated Two friends, working in a converted

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shed in rural Berkshire, producing audiobooks

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for blind people. They're still doing that,

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but the initial idea has morphed They're now producing

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recordings of stories that, thanks to the internet,

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are reaching people If you're sitting comfortably, Allen

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Sinclair has the story for you. He slipped his finger to the tail

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section of the blueprint. In the back would be

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another smaller... Creating audio books is a lot more

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involved than simply recording Can we actually have

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that heaving sigh? You need a soundproof studio,

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the kit, vocal talent, and an ability to judge pace,

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passion and pitch in a performance. We don't want that,

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that's the wrong one. Then a way to get the

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finished work out there. You'll agree this is

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certainly interesting. Matt is almost totally blind and set

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up Living Audio as a social Initially to produce recordings

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of fan fiction featuring He even got JK Rowling's

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blessing, because it was They were released, really,

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to benefit blind and print disabled people, and they've

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been very popular. And many, many blind and dyslexic

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people and people with other various disabilities that prevent them

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from reading have come back and said, you know,

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these are absolutely amazing. That led the friends to seek out

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collaborations with other, It was very much working with books

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that wouldn't normally be Even when we do commercial books,

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we're producing audio to the best quality that we can do,

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knowing that blind, print disabled, anybody that can't hold a print book

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or read it comfortably, will have the best

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production we can produce. The UK spent ?12 million

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on digital downloads in 2015. The business is still finding

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its feet but audio books recorded here in Berkshire are now

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being downloaded daily Excellent work. On to sport, Tony is

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here, cricket in a moment and think of the summer.

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Still frost on the ground but let's talk about winter first.

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Southampton say captain Jose Fonte has asked to leave the club.

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The 33-year-old has been in a contractual impasse

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with St Mary's officials for several months.

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Southampton say he turned down a pay rise in the summer

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but the Portuguese defender, who is the only survivor

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from their time in League One, wants a longer term deal.

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Saints Executive Director Les Reed says the club are yet

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The question of another year, we haven't rejected that.

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He has turned down the opportunity to increase his salary,

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and he's turned down the opportunity to get another permanent

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That interview is in full on the BBC sport website.

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Meanwhile Portsmouth could close the gap to just a point

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on the promotion places in League Two tonight.

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They're at the leaders Doncaster, you can hear it live

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on BBC Radio Solent and we'll have the goals at 10.30pm.

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Some big news from Hampshire cricket today, and a signing

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which has sent shock waves through South African cricket too.

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Fast bowler Kyle Abbott has turned his back on his international

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career to sign a four year deal at the Ageas Bowl ending

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his Test match career, amid controversy back home.

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He'll become the latest player to use a freedom

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of movement law, known in sport as the Kolpak agreement.

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Abbott himself revealed he was joining Hampshire

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after South Africa's test victory over Sir Lanka in Cape

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For Kyle Abbott, a huge life decision.

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I'd like to take this opportunity to announce that I have signed

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It has been one of the hardest decisions I have had to make.

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But at the end of the day it is the right decision for me.

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Abbott will play as a non-overseas player under the Kolpak agreement.

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South African citizens have the same freedom of movement as EU citizens,

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but it means the end of his international

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It has been a few evenings where I have gone to sleep thinking,

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But I have always woken up the next morning knowing

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I have had a great run with Cricket South Africa,

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I have no regrets at all, I have been involved

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And I'm incredibly grateful for that.

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And I just feel it's a time in my life where I have

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The 29 year old signed a four-year contract.

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He's a well considered man, and he's decided this is the right

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And we're obviously the club that he's chosen to come

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to and we're delighted that he's on board with us.

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Abbott's move is emulated fellow South African Rilee Rossouw,

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a batsman and another Kolpak player, who's agreed three-year deal.

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Meanwhile Hampshire all-rounder Liam Dawson arrives in India tonight

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to play in England's one-day international series.

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The one-day cricket we've played, in the last sort of two years,

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So hopefully can continue that in the next in India.

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Dawson will be in the squad for three one-day internationals

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Another step towards becoming a regular in the national setup.

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Gold medal winning diver Chris Mears from Reading,

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says he's angry that his coach has quit to join the Australian team.

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Ady Hinchliffe is moving to Australia to become lead

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Mears says Hinchliffe should have been offered a full time

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British Diving says it began discussions but timescales didn't

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It's led to frustration and anger from the winning pair

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Ady has taken me from a boy with a lot of dreams to a man able

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It is a massive shame from the bottom of my heart to say

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He has his reasons for why he's leading, and I think to be honest,

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he's been forced to leave, which is a shame, for what he's done

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The three time Olympic rowing champion Pete Reed has announced

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that he will bid to compete in the 2020 Games.

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The Caversham based rower has returned to the gym this week

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and will be aiming to match Sir Matthew Pinsent's haul of four

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Reed will be 39 come Games time and faces four years

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of gruelling training, including rowing more

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I made sure I had a good break, I had a lot to do in that time

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off after the Olympics, and you can see we are back

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at Caversham now, this is not Rio de Janeiro,

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I haven't got a suntan, I feel, to be quite honest,

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And this is day three of training for me, I'm already aches

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But yeah, a big decision and definitely the right one

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It is a gruelling schedule. 25,000 miles on the water! You can hear

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more on the BBC Berkshire site. Next year marks the centenary

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of the end of the first world war and to mark a significant milestone,

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a monumental sculpture has Made as a tribute to all those

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Tommies who lost their lives, it is a six metre high soldier

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forged out of scrap metal. Clinton Rogers has had

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a preview of a work He is a monument to bravery, but

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also recycling. At the Dorset Forge where he was created, they pieced

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together pretty much everything they could get their hands on. From car

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parks to spammers. -- parts of cars to spammers, changed to garden

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forks, and the result is impassive. Only when you stand next to the --

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impressive. Only when you stand next to the sculptured EU get a true

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sense of scale, it is 5.8 is tall and weighs one and a half tonnes and

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took three and a half months to build. It is called The Haunting and

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it has been made for a local man who wants to remain anonymous. It is a

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commission for a local author who came to us and ask if he could build

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a ghostly figure of a First World War soldier. This is what we have

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ended up with an I think it fits the bill spot-on. It is going to be

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featured in the book, at the moment that is as much as I can say. As it

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stands proudly waiting for delivery, the sculpture is certainly

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attracting admiring glances from passers-by. I think it is just

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incredible. The more you look at it, you see so many little bits that he

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missed and it's absolutely wonderful -- that you missed and it is a

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wonderful tribute, beautiful. Though younger admirers are not sure who it

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is. What do you call him? The DFG? He might be! He is a giant and

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friendly, and I think that depends on which side you are on. The

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Haunting will go on public show, but when and where that will be for now

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remains a mystery. That is magnificent, I hope we get

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an opportunity to see it. Onto the weather, very cold. I had the

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thermals on walking the dog this morning. My hands were white 30

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seconds after stepping outside the front door. The temperatures in a

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minute, but here are some pictures. It was the coldest night of the

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season last night, with temperatures plunging down to minus eight

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Celsius, -7 at Bournemouth Airport and freezing us elsewhere across the

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region. It will not be as cold tonight but chilly temperatures for

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the widespread frost and freezing fog patches. The fog will develop

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through the second part of the night. Temperatures in towns and

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cities down 2-3 C, but in the countryside, we could get to minus

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five. Slightly more cloud arriving in western areas during the second

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part of the night. The fog will clear around 11am and once it does,

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sunny spells. Sussex and Surrey holding onto the sunshine but Al

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where the cloud will increase, turning the sunshine hazy. The odd

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spot of frames in northern and western areas. Temperatures -- the

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odd spot of rain. Temperatures will not be as low as today. Feeling my

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-- milder tomorrow, and a band of rain will be coming through tomorrow

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night. The odd moderate to heavy burst in there. Temperatures will

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fall away tomorrow night to milder 47 Celsius, maybe some mist patches

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to start the weekend. The weekend as a whole -- 4-7 C. The weekend as a

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whole will be milder. High pressure will be building but there will be

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cloud associated with it. The odd spot of drizzle cannot be ruled out

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over the weekend, more likely Saturday. Temperatures will reach

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high of ten to 11 Celsius. The outlook, a frost tomorrow in some

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places, a bright start to the day but cloud increasing and rain

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arriving by dusk and into the evening. Over the weekend, mainly

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dry but fairly cloudy. Tomorrow we are looking ahead to the

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FA Cup? Yes, Reading at Old Trafford. That is it from us, good

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night. We're looking for someone

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who can sing, someone who can move. Someone who can keep an audience

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on the edge of their seat. Something like this

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could change my life. When you're born to perform,

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Let It Shine... Magical new drama...

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The Worst Witch. Shall we? Absolutely.

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..DI Goodman... It's been lovely, our little holiday

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romance. ..is back on the case.

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