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Welcome to South Today. in charge of its own laws

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In tonight's programme: Frustration with flowers.

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A peaceful protest from Southern rail passengers but there's

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a glimmer of hope as driver strikes are suspended.

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They are sick by having constant delays to the network and want the

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resolution as soon as possible. They thought they were in it to win

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it but now there's a question mark over the future funding of this

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charity which helps children The European owl that's

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flown into the unknown And chilly encounters

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for the ice maidens. The female soldiers

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in training for a record trek I just want to see what I am capable

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of what I can cannot do. Next week's strikes by drivers

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on Southern tail have been suspended with union leaders and the company

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agreeing to new talks tomorrow. The unexpected development

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came as some passengers started their own protest

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at the poor service they have The man from Worthing who came up

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with the idea says it's about giving commuters a voice although one

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passenger has found his own way getting compensation

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for his travel disruption. First, let's join Anjana Gadgil

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live at London Victoria. This offer of talks

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came out of the blue? Yes, it did. Drivers were set to

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walk out on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. That is not happening that

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there is still a strike on Monday by RMT members. As luck suspend the

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strikes today if Southern agreed to fresh talks with the TUC. Southern

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accepted. This long-running dispute is over the introduction of driver

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only operated trains were a second member of staff is not a conductor.

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Subs says that is safe the unions claim it is unsafe. There had been

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previous talks at ACAS but the impasse remains. Passengers hope

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these new mediators can make up ground although after the nine

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months they have enjoyed, no one is holding their breath. It has been

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going on for such a long time. Cannot quite see a solution. At the

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end of the day, they have got to think of the passengers who are

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using every day. It is our livelihood and taking time out of

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our day. It is making life pretty awful. The railways do not want to

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go this is a scheme which is driver only. The government want to do this

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and are pushing Southern to do it. This could go on for another six or

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eight months. What is this about commuters saying it with Flowers?

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This is day one of a three-day passenger protest where people are

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laying flowers to mourn the loss of a decent railway service. The

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organiser is a man from Worthing who commute to London. I think it has

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been quite successful. There are another two days left. People are

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laying flowers are notes to the powers that be so people can express

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their anger at the situation. What a passengers really trying to say the

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Southern rail? They are sick to the back teeth of the situation. They

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are sick of constant delays on the network and they want a resolution

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as soon as possible. This is a peaceful protest but some passengers

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are angry and today we heard that a railway driver at Bognor Regis was

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verbally abused by someone who entered his cab. Aslef called it a

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serious breach of safety. Passengers have also pointed out that

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overcrowded platforms and trains are unsafe, and that is one of the many

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reasons why they are desperate for this dispute and disruption to end.

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A common complaint is the difficulty in getting compensation

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One commuter, know only as Sean from Hassocks,

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managed to get almost ?2,500 back on his annual Southern

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He'd paid for it by credit card and got American Express to refund

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half of his season ticket after he proved half of his journeys

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That's because the law says credit card companies are liable

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when goods or services are not delivered as promised.

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So could other passengers do the same?

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It's a question we put to Martin Lewis from

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This is by no means yet a fate Comp Lea. But Southern rail passengers

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concede the start, the germ of a process. What is crucial here is

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that credit card companies, if you disagree with them you can go to the

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ombudsman. Eight ombudsman looks at standard industry practice so if a

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few companies are starting to pay out credit card holders, then it

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becomes standard industry practice and even if you credit card company

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were jocks you, you can go to the ombudsman at may well say others

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have done it because of Southern rail's dire service. You will be

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paid out. Then the floodgates would open.

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Let's bring in our transport correspondent, Paul Clifton.

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Should commuters be pinning their hopes on these talks?

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We have been here before many times. All previous talks failed. Last

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week, the head of the drivers union said the two sides were not on

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different planets but separate universes. Aslef, the company, the

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government or making encouraging noises. Maybe this is the time it

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could work? A dispute about the safety merits of some specific

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aspects of driver only operation on Southern is being masked by the

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wider political dispute. The government and the union have each

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invested too much political capital to back down. Neither can afford to

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be seen as the loser. But next week's strikes are suspended, the

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overtime ban which has forced the cancellation of one in four trains

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every day is also lifted. The RMT want to join in, it is not yet. For

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passengers, it is encouraging, but we have been here before.

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"You placed your own wishes ahead of the lives of others."

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The words of a judge as he told a Hampshire van driver

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that his prison sentence for killing a cyclist while texting on his

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Christopher Gard had been jailed for nine years

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for the death of 48-year-old Lee Martin from Basingstoke.

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He already had multiple convictions for using his phone at the wheel.

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Here's our home affairs correspondent, Emma Vardy.

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Lee Martin was taking part in a cycling event near Bentley

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in Hampshire when he was hit by a Ford Transit van.

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In court today, Christopher Gard was described as having

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had an extraordinary criminal driving record.

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Just six weeks before killing Lee Martin, he had persuaded

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magistrates to let him keep his licence despite having

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already been convicted of using his mobile phone

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He had been on two courses to reform his behaviour,

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which the court heard he had simply ignored.

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Today, Lee Martin's family were in court as Christopher Gard's

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appeal to have his sentence reduced was refused.

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I am glad the judges upheld the original sentence. It sends out a

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signal that using a phone while driving is a serious offence. We

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cannot say please because there is nothing pleasing about this.

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Chritopher Gard was told there were serious aggravating factors -

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in his case, that he had lied to the police and tried to delete

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texts messages from his mobile phone and that he had had his vulnerable

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His 14-year driving ban was also upheld and he was told the public

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would need protection from his conduct for a long

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Officers from Thames Valley Police who dealt with the aftermath

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of a fatal crash on the A34 have been given commendations

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The awards from the force's Chief Constable recognise

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Four people died in the crash near East Ilsley

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It was caused by a lorry driver who was using his mobile

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Strolling through his music playlist which seconds later would cost four

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people their lives. This was the moment Thomas Croker caused a

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multicar pile-up on the 834 near Newbury in August 20 16. Tracy died

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instantly along with sons. Her partner's daughter was also killed.

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The family were integral to the video because we could not have made

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it without them but also they were integral to the fact it was made in

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the first place. It was the idea, they wanted to make a positive

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change. Something horrific had happened and they saw it as an

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opportunity to make a change and said more people's lives. A police

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Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, three police officers and two

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communication officers have been commended for their work to the

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crash. This afternoon's ceremony was led by the Chief Constable of Thames

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Valley Police. He honoured some members of the team for what he

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called outstanding work, bravery and dedication. The fact that three

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children were involved in this crash makes it stand up for the wrong

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reasons. The officers involved are very proud to be recognised but

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ultimately none of them wanted to be there. Thomas Croker is now serving

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a 10-year jail sentence for causing death by dangerous driving. Police

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hope this footage will continue be a warning, exposing the consequences

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of using a mobile phone behind the wheel.

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The father of an autistic teenager says his son's school threatened

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to dump the boy on the family doorstep after staff there decided

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Hampshire Social Services had been given six weeks to find

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an alternative place for him and only came up with somewhere

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Well, our reporter, Joe Campbell, has been talking

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Tom - not his real name - is 13 but he's already

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His dad says he's severly autistic and, in his words,

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his behaviour can go from zero to 1,000 in a few

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He'd been boarding at his school for about 18 months with fees

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running into hundreds of thousands of pounds being paid

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The school had said there was a place for him going forward

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but then Tom's parents were called in to be told there'd been

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26 violent incidents involving their son in just 30 days

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Tom's dad's words are spoken by an actor.

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The school could have communicated with us better. They could have

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prewar and social services. Now, Tom is what's knows

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as a looked-after child. His behaviour means he can't live

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with his father and siblings and the onus was on social services

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to find him somewhere new. They did but just hours before

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the deadline and then in a respite centre which he says was totally

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unprepared and had to turn away other families whose children had

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been due to spend the weekend Tom's dad has been helping

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at the respite home and they also had to call in staff on days

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off to cope. Now the Priory Group,

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who run Tom's now former school, say where they can't accommodate

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pupils they work closely with social Hampshire County Council says

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it was not their decision to move Tom and the notice given

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by the school was inadequate. In the meantime, his family

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are looking as far afield as Derbyshire for somewhere that has

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space for him long-term. A lorry driver has appeared in court

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charged over another fatal crash. Thomas Hunter from Mansfield

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was charged after the crash Three-year-old Isla Wiggins died

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and her unborn brother was also lost Today, Hunter appeared

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before Oxford Magistrates. A special forecast from Alexis. I

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will have the were rest of the week's weather and what conditions

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to expect sailing in the Western France over the next 24 hours.

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A British soldier killed in a friendly fire shooting was not

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unlawfully killed. He died when another soldier fired in the wrong

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direction, hitting him in the face and neck. The inquest heard Kelly

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was in disorientating when he fired. Outside court, his family said they

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were disappointed that no charges were brought or blame acknowledged.

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It has was been our opinion that Kenny knew what he had done. Rather

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than acknowledging he did wrong, he instead chose to step back. His

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errors led directly to our son's death.

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A Dorset charity which provides support for very young children

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with special needs is facing closure after 25 years.

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The Dorchester Opportunity Group helps 11 two to four-year-olds

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grant is coming to an end professionals but a vital Lottery

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Edward Sault has spent the day talking to parents and staff.

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We have to go to a mainstream preschool. Sunny loves coming here

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and playing with his friends. Doctors think he has autism but

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because of his age cannot be sure. He has also been diagnosed with

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communication problems. He gets speech and language therapy here, he

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gets monitored every week, we can work with him and make sure he

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progresses in the right way. But the future of the group is in question

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after a national lottery grant came to an end. The group here has got

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over ?280,000 from the National Lottery's big lottery fund but the

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national lottery say it is high and those crimes cannot be relied on as

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a continuous source of income for any organisation or charity. The

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group is not solely dependent on its lottery grant. It also receives

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?70,000 which comes from the county council under charity donations.

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Losing ?40,000 a year that could be catastrophic. The worst cases we

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will close because it is hard to find ?40,000 from small charitable

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fetes, car-boot sales. That does not generate enough to bridge that gap.

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The group here has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted and if many of

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the children referred to by the NHS, the charity applied to the health

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service for extra funding but money is tight. It is difficult for them.

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Everyone has financial constraints. It is tough on them as well and we

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understand that but we do not want to stop what we're doing. If the

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charity does not get the funds it needs, it could close within the

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year, meaning this would be the last singsong for these children.

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A search is continuing in West Sussex for a European eagle

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owl who escaped from her aviary last Friday.

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Luna is part of a group of birds based at the Aldingbourne Country

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But the birds haven't been allowed out, for about a month,

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because of the current bird flu restrictions.

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Let's join Sean Killick who's at the aviary.

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Sad times here. Luna is one of the stars of the show here and she is

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gone missing. She looks very similar to Nova here. How did this happen?

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Due to the bird flu outbreaks, we have been advised to keep our birds

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in close quarters. That means we did not fly the birds. The birds are a

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top weight. She decided to fly off and come back. How will she be

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coping out there in the wild? She has been handwritten. She escaped

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after 20 minutes. I am hoping she has caught a rabbit but she will be

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feeding herself and will not be hungry enough to come back to us.

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She looks very similar to Nova here. If they see her, what should they

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do. You can call them by name, she might reply, she knows Luna is the

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name. Give us a call. Try not to feed her because her diet is all raw

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meat. They are hopeful of getting Luna back very soon because the new

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display season starts in March. Sorry about the break-up there.

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I am even more excited to my! More and more people are getting up every

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morning and asked straight onto the website. How much is Alex Thomson

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close the gap? 66 miles in layman's terms. He is continuing to close the

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gap on the leader in the single handed nonstop round the world

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challenge. Nevertheless, another Briton's sailing greats believes it

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is not over yet. The 73rd day of racing and that Alex Thomson, it

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could be barely two more to go. The pair are heading for the finish line

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on the French coast. Thompson is currently moving more quickly at 15

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knots. He is gaining on the prerace favourite with every update. The

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lead now, 57 nautical miles. A week ago, it was more than 200. It has

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been predicted finish will be very close. A view shared by the man the

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first to sail around the globe nonstop single-handed. His

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performance so far has been incredible. The speeds he has been

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achieving has been phenomenal. He is going five-time faster than I did 48

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years ago. It is just remarkable, the way he is kept up pressure.

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Taking the right course, judging weather patterns, this race for the

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line could still be at the mercy of mother nature. The two leaders will

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have a say in weather conditions. 10-15 knots and the south-east and

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with this area of high pressure, the wins will become light. The winds

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will switch direction to the north westerly airflow, dragging in

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bitterly cold air, and the air will become very unstable. Irregular wind

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directions and speeds. If he hangs on like this, a good chance that he

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can pull it off, which would be phenomenal. Organisers now believe

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the first boat will arrive on Thursday morning. If previous

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finishes to be repeated, the scenes could be special, but will it be the

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British flag flying high in France? Reading's accounts showed

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they lost 15 million pounds in the year 2015-16,

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mainly due to reduced premier league parachute payments,

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but that hasn't stopped them keeping their squad strong

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for a promotion push. They're agreed a new contract

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with Gareth McLeary. He's signed a three and half year

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deal through to 2020. The 29 year old has been one

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of the most consistent players this season under Jaap Stam and has had

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a fine spell at the club including scoring in the FA cup semi final

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at Wembley two years ago. Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry

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has trained with his team-mates for the first time since having

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surgery on a cancerous tumour. The 36-year-old was

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diagnosed last July. He's now targeting

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a return to the sport He was able to join

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in a session in the indoor nets On this day back in 1912, Captain

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Scott reached the South Pole only to discover a Norwegian had beaten him

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to it. A group of elite soldiers is hoping to be the first all-female

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team to cross of the South Pole later this year. They will be

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undergoing psychological and physical tests.

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These are the ice maidens, testing themselves against

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Pulling heavy loads, jumping into ice holes,

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digging out and sleeping in the snow.

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All preparation for a 1,100 mile expedition across the South Pole.

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There's that almost sadistic side of me that just wants to see

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what I'm capable of and what I can do, and equally, what I can't do.

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The journey is expected to take three months.

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With just two refuelling points along the way,

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they will have to drag food and supplies as they ski

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cross-country through hazardous conditions.

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I would be silly if I said I was not scared of gaps in the glazier. They

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can be a metre long, ten metres long, a mile long. 250 soldiers

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applied to become ice maidens after facing a series of challenges, the

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team is now down to just seven members. They have already shown

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what they have got what it takes physically in Norway. They are

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finding the best ways to work together. Overseen by psychologists,

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they have been telling each other a few home truths. The idea, by

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identifying the strengths and weaknesses, they face fewer

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surprises in an extreme environment. You need to be more open. As a team,

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we need to work on our conflict resolution.

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We are all quite conflict averse and we all like to get on with each

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other, so we need to make sure we've got a plan in place for when it does

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go wrong and we do end up having a bit of a clash.

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After all these physical and psychological tests have ended, five

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of the remaining seven ice maidens will be selected. They will set off

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in October to conquer the South Pole.

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Stefan Olech photographed the very still conditions during the early

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hours of the morning at Southampton Docks.

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Roy Venkatesh took this picture of Old Man's Beard

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This picture was sent in by Gill Richards.

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Will cloud for western parts. Sunshine for the East earlier on

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today. That sets the theme for the next few days. A lot of cloud for

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northern and western areas overnight tonight. The southern and eastern

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areas, a chance of frost first thing tomorrow morning. Frost for some

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cloudy for others. Clear skies, temperatures down to minus one

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Celsius. With all the cloud cover, slightly milder conditions. A chilly

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start the day tomorrow. When we do have clear spells, the chance of a

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frost. Frosty conditions, mist and fog patches first thing tomorrow

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morning. The booklet and we hold on to the cloud for northern and

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western areas. The best of the sunshine down towards the

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south-east. Temperatures tomorrow will struggle in some areas, up to

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2-6 C. A cold feeling day and the winds feeling light. Through the

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course of tomorrow night, the cloud will sink further southwards. Mist

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and fog patches which could become widespread impresses. Mainly dry

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night with lows of one or two Celsius. The chance of a frost first

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thing on Thursday morning. Thursday, high pressure will stay with us. But

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despite that, a good deal of cloud. Mist and fog to start Thursday

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morning. That will clear. We will see some bright spells. We will draw

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in that clearer air from the net continent. Through Thursday

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afternoon into Friday, the risk of a frost overnight into Friday morning.

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Let's take a look at the outlook because tomorrow, we will have an

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east-west split. The further south and east, the chillier the

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temperatures and the Sunni dispels. Fairly light winds. Some brightness

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will be seen and on Friday, we are expecting the chance of light and

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patchy rain. More at 10:30pm. We will be back tomorrow at 6:30pm.

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That I will faithfully execute the Office...

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And will to the best of my ability...

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The Constitution of the United States...

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