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A vision for the future? that power.

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Could trams be the solution to traffic congestion and pollution

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More than 20% of tram users previously made

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Trams are attractive to car drivers, unlike buses.

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Empty fields but full barns - farmers count the cost of bird flu

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restrictions as free range status on this farm is threatened.

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Glasses for classes - a new look for teaching as the text

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The best way to do that is to give them something interactive

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and something tangible they can touch, they can feel

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It certainly beats them sitting there and looking at a PowerPoint

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slide at the beginning of every single lesson.

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And I am at the Dorset B and B that has just been named the best in the

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world. It is a top job sometimes. -- tough job.

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It's been more than half a century since the last

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tram ran in Southampton, but business leaders

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and politicians are now thinking about bringing them back.

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There are currently eight tram and light railway networks

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And with traffic congestion here set to increase by 50%

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over the next decade, an urgent solution is being sought.

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Currently fewer than one in ten people in the Solent region uses

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So could a new tram network linking Southampton,

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Eastleigh and Fareham really persuade us to ditch our cars?

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Sabrina Buck drives six miles from Chandlers Ford

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To get there for nine it can take between 40 minutes and an hour.

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I have been travelling for about ten years,

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and it was a lot quieter than it is today.

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I have had to change my hours to go in earlier when I can.

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Fewer than one in ten people in the Solent region go to work

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The Local Enterprise Partnership thinks trams may be the answer.

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These are very early days, but the plans would see trams run

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on or alongside existing railway tracks from Fareham

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through the new town of Welborne all the way over to Eastleigh

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Then on to a new station at St Mary's and a ferry

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It would then run along the street to the cruise terminal

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and onto Central Station, where it would rejoin the railway

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and head up to Romsey past a new Park and Ride by the M27.

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From there the line but head east through Chandler's Ford to Eastleigh

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and a new Park and Ride site right on the M3.

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Another line with head eastwards out of the city.

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This time from the new St Mary's station, going through Netley

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and ending at a Park and Ride site here in Segensworth.

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And finally across Southampton water the old Waterside railway line

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would be reopened as far as Marchwood, with a Park

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Now, this all could be in place in 2040.

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But it's going to cost hundreds of billions of pounds.

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Isn't this all pie in the sky, though?

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I think the investment is more than millions,

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it's probably hundreds of millions of pounds, but this region has been

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significantly under invested in by the Government in the recent

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past, and we need to change that dynamic, which is why the Solent LEP

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took the initiative by developing the strategic transport

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Trams have been running for 25 years here in Manchester.

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60 miles of track in the city centre with nearby towns.

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It is Britain's biggest and busiest light rail network.

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The trams here run on the street and existing railway tracks.

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When a new line's opened house prices nearby go up and there's

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The opening of Metrolink in 1992, the first two lines,

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was the start of the big revival of Manchester city centre.

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Southampton lost its tram network in 1949.

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Plans to reintroduce trams over the years never got

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Air pollution and increasing congestion on the roads

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are focussing minds, but a change in the political

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I think devolution will help, but it's not...

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It won't stop it necessarily coming forward.

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I think it will help, I think it will speed it up,

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because the local impetus is very keen and we won't have to work

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necessarily through government ministers all the time.

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If a light rail network were to be built, would people use it?

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More than 20% of the tram users previously made

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Trams are attractive to car drivers, unlike buses.

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If the tram was competitively priced, and turned up

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on time and definitely ran, then it would be a much better

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We are a long way off seeing a tram network like this in Southampton,

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but the LEP and the City Council are keen to have six

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trams running every hour between Eastleigh and the city

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But finding the money and forging the political will to make that

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They are both agreed that doing nothing is no longer an option.

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And we can cross over to Tom in Southampton now.

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Tom, we heard in your report that a tram network would cost hundreds

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Indeed, if it gets the go-ahead it would relieve pressure on a very

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busy road indeed but the money will not come from one big pot, although

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central government is expected to provide the bulk of that funding

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through potentially the transport development fund, the local growth

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fund or the National productivity investment fund, but there are other

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streams of finding the money as well. Should a deal regional

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devolution get the go-ahead that would free up millions of pounds for

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local infrastructure projects as well. Developers who build housing

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along the route will be expected that their hands in their pockets

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and pay as well. Was a timescale? The LEP says it wants to see phase

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one at the Eastleigh to Southampton city centre route operational by

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2020 and I think that is a little ambitious but one thing this study

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will do will give us a much greater idea of the costs and give them the

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ammunition to build a business case for the funding. Thank you very

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much. And the idea has sparked

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a lively conversation on the South Today Facebook page

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if you'd like to log The Civil Aviation Authority has

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accepted all 21 safety recommendations made

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following the Shoreham air crash. 11 men were killed when a Hawker

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Hunter jet crashed during a display Our transport correspondent

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Paul Clifton is near the scene of the crash this evening -

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tell us about these Air accident investigators

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have made a series of Most relate to the way

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in which former military aircraft are assessed,

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inspected and prepared. Today the Civil Aviation Authority -

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the industry's regulator - accepted the last eight

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of those recommendations. However, we know these changes

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would not have altered the events that took place behind me

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in August 2015. Air accident investigators said

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a long time ago that the crash was not due to a mechanical failure

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of the aircraft. It happened as the pilot was making

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an aerobatic manoeuvre. He came out of a loop at a lower

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level than would be normal, and over the road instead

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of within the display area. He had not agreed this in advance

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with the air show director. The local MP has welcomed

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this latest report. All 21 of those recommendations,

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they are now going to accept. There is just an issue of timing

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as to when they can be brought in, but in principle they are now

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being accepted and I think that is good news and shows

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that there has been some good work done by both the AAIB

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and the Civil Aviation Authority to make sure there are going to be

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changes to their displays in This isn't the end of

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the investigation by a long way? We are still waiting for the final

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report into the crash by air This will lay out exactly

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what happened and why. We expected it last year,

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but it has been delayed. The pilot of the Hunter,

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Andrew Hill, survived. The police are still

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considering whether to charge Only when that process has been

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completed can the inquest be held. It is quite likely that will not

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happen until next year. So the families involved

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will won't get a final verdict until perhaps three years

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after the crash. Poultry farmers across the South

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are waiting anxiously to find out if restrictions imposed

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because of bird flu will mean their eggs no longer

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have free range status. At the moment flocks are being kept

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undercover to stop them having contact with wild birds who may be

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carrying the virus. If the restrictions continue

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for much longer there's a real possibility farmers won't be able

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to charge as much for their eggs. Like the rest of the nation's

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chickens, this flock in Romsey has now been indoors since the start

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of December as part of the bid Normally they would be free range,

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out and about in this field. They didn't like it at first,

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so basically we decided to give them lettuce and cabbage just to help

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them, something to peck at initially, but over time

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they have really become At the moment there are 5000

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chickens on this farm, And it is the status of the eggs

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that is now in question. What is worrying producers is that

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under EU regulations they will no longer be able to call their eggs

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free range if the birds are housed Today is the hens'

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50th day undercover. And it is important,

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as the producers get up to 40p We have done nothing wrong,

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the birds have done nothing wrong, so really, yeah, why shouldn't we be

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allowed to carry on selling our product as free range,

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because it's the Government that has It is not like I am

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keeping my birds in myself. It has been enforced on us, so,

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you know, why should The National Farmers Union

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is campaigning for the rules to be relaxed because of

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the exceptional circumstances. The NFU at the moment has been

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talking to ministers, they are talking in Brussels,

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to lobby the commissions Poultry farmers are now waiting

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anxiously to see if the bird flu The bird flu virus has been found

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around the UK including in Dorset. While understanding, Philip does not

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want his eggs to lose free range status. I think we should carry on

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until they let them out. When is the sick time, that is up for them to

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decide. Tonight the Department for environment food and there is says

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it is keeping the situation under review based on the scientific

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evidence and it is working with the pottery industry over what happens

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next. A national survey of passenger

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satisfaction on the railways shows Southern is by far the worst

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in the country - down Most passengers felt the company

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was not good at dealing with delays. A majority thought

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punctuality was unacceptable. A three-day strike by a small number

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of drivers in the RMT Despite that, Southern Rail had

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hoped to run a full timetable for the first time in nearly two

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months - but roster errors and staff sickness meant some

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trains were cancelled. Separately, the company has

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defended the help it offers It says the new on-board supervisor

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role, which has replaced the role of conductor,

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means there's more customer Ben Moore reports on the challenges

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facing disabled train users. Commuting when you're disabled means

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relying on other people. James needs ramps to get on and off

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trains, and that requires staff You worry through that

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whole journey, one, has anyone on that platform,

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you know, got contacted And two, is there

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an on-board supervisor Crawley where James

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gets on is staffed, but his destination,

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Horley, is not. So he relies on the new

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on-board supervisors. But because drivers now close

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the doors, they don't have No one appears to be at the station,

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so now we will have to pray that the on-board supervisor

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is on the next train. Southern estimates that only one

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in nearly 2000 trains that're meant to have an on-board supervisor

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will end up without one. Still, disability campaigner Ann

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Bates had a problem only last night. There was no manning on the train

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and no manning on the station, apart from one poor man who had been

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told not to use the So, in the end, my fellow

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passengers, lest their cotton socks, broke into the guard's cupboard,

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got the ramp out and under my instruction they put

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the ramp down for me. Southern says this was the result

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of the RMT strike coupled with a rare breakdown

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in communication between stations. In that respect Southern says it

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believes it does more in terms of disability access

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than any other operator. It advises all wheelchair users

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to let them know if they're travelling 24 hours before,

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and if they can't alight at an unmanned station

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Southern will provide a taxi It is like all these things

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that have been cobbled They might have all the OBSs

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in the world, but if they weren't on Worthing station last night,

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it makes no difference. The whole thing is, they haven't

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planned it carefully enough. James completed his journey

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without any hold-ups, but without a guarantee of a driver

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and supervisor on board, he says Later tonight, riding the rough

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ground ? it's cross country on two wheels as we discover

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the sport of cyclocross. It is often said that you can't

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learn everything from a textbook, yet bringing learning to live is a

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challenge for every teacher in every subject in every school.

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Now, it's not been a normal school day for pupils at one

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They've been taking part in a virtual reality trial

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with Google which could change the way some lessons are taught.

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Today rather than studying pictures and diagrams youngsters took a

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journey inside the human body. Sofia Seth report. It is a lesson like no

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other. The pupils at Hayling College and normally allowed to use

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smartphones on cars but this is different. They're using them to

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tour the heart and circularity system. Teachers contacted Google

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provided the phones, headsets and free learning apps for a date. This

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allows them to leave the clash and go somewhere they would not get the

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opportunity to at this stage of their school career. We can ask them

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what didn't feel like and pussy like and get debate and analysis and a

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conversation from that -- it is the same every lesson and sometimes you

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start to concentrate, but when you are doing this, it is much easier.

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It helped me because I could see it and actually look at different

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things and the comparison between the two things and I think it is

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really clever and easy to understand. Other lessons include

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history and eight tour of the virtual World War I trench as well

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as a spectacular view of the Northern lights. While virtual

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reality doesn't mean the end of the school trip its capacity to take

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lessons of the classroom could certainly be a useful tool.

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I think it would have been somewhat better at biology if I had the

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opportunity to do that. But better than those diagrams! On to sport.

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Big football matches tonight. I always love this time, I get to all

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the team news and we get pictures and things, via several social media

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platforms as we look towards the football tonight.

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Both the region's Championship sides go for crucial points in the race

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Reading can go third if they win a game which was abandoned at half

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We'll be at the Mad Stad in a moment.

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Meanwhile Brighton could reclaim top spot if they beat Cardiff.

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Johnny Cantor is watching at the Amex.

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Johnny, Brighton had a great win against Sheffield

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Wednesday on Friday night - are Albion fans really

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Yes, with certainly Albion and Newcastle playing a game of Caesar

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at the top of the championship but the most important gap is between

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Britain and third place which could grow from eight points to 11

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tonight. It won't be easy. Cardiff have won all three of their league

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games in 2017 and they are without top scorer Glenn Murray who is

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suspended. From automatic promotion

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contenders in Brighton The Royals have lost their last two

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games and face a big match tonight against a Fulham side four points

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below them in the table. Former Reading captain

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and BBC Radio Berkshire sports presenter Ady Williams

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is at the Madejski stadium. Ady, is the promotion

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charge stalling? I hope not. As you rightly say, two

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defeats on the bounce, last time that happened was back in August.

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Big for both teams. Full am looking to get into the top six and if they

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win they close the gap and if Reading get the victory tonight, it

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increases the gap. A little blip in the season but it has been great for

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Reading. Yup stand in charge. Fingers crossed a home win tonight.

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TI go should make his home debut but will there be other new faces and we

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still don't know what is going on behind the scenes there. He played

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at the weekend, but a perfect debut conceding three goals at Derby but

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we expect him to start tonight. Not long left niqabs Rwanda. We have

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been trying at racetrack. Gareth McLeary is the top scorer. Eight

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league goals. And the other has got seven. Hopefully before the window

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closes we will bring a striker in. Full live commentary this evening

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and news from both grounds at 10:30pm tonight.

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A new year brings new resolutions and, let's be honest,

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Here's a sport for those of you who like to get out

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on your bike, but maybe don't want to hit the roads.

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Cyclocross is an off-road version of cycle racing,

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This winter's Wessex League competition is about to

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reach its conclusion, so maybe this will whet your

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More pedal power than park run, these cyclo-cross events are for

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those aged seven to 70. The Wessex league season concludes this month

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and this was one of 12 races in the series. There is a competitive edge,

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but for many it is a recreational pursuit. The easiest cyclist sport

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to get into, because it is off-road and it is great fun. It is from half

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an hour to an hour, the lovers around the circuit, woodland,

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grassland, mud, banking is, but obstacles. It is great fun. Pretty

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intense. This year the series has visited Reading, Oxford, Swindon and

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this event in Southampton. Each club is really friendly so there are lots

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of wives and kids and families and it is a nice day out when the sun is

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out. My dad was persuading me and they said they didn't really want to

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do it because I was thinking I don't have the right clothes or bike but

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is now a realise that is a bit silly. My brother wanted to do it,

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so then I followed with him. He did well. He came off twice,

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first lap, and then quite a long way back up so it was all right. I came

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off as well. A great sense of achievement to see so many people

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with smiles on their faces enjoying the outdoors as families and being

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active. Well done to everyone who has taken part this year. That looks

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good. Corhampton Golf Club's Scott Gregory

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has been named in the Great Britain and Ireland squad for

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the Walker Cup, the amateur The 22-year-old, who played in

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the Australian Amateur Championship, last week is the British champion

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and, having played at the Open Championship in 2016,

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will also compete in this year's US The Walker Cup is in

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Los Angeles in September. Very well done to Scott. Another

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great achievement for him. Ever felt you want to give it up and do

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something different? Seven years ago, Clive

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and Lisa Orchard quit the rat race to take over a modest bed

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and breakfast in Dorset. Their only aim was to make sure

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their guests enjoyed their stay. Well, they're certainly

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doing something right - because for the second

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time their B in West Lulworth has been named the best,

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not just in Dorset, not just in England - but the best

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in the world by guests who've posted That puts them ahead of B

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in Florida and Italy. David Allard's been

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to find out their secret. It is a bitterly cold day in Dorset

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but this place is the warmest welcome in the world. And that is

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official. There are quite a few e-mails coming in. Clive and Lisa

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orchards say they are amazed to have been named the best

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bed-and-breakfast on the planet for the second time. It means a lot. It

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means our guests have thanked us for their state. We were very shocked

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but very happy obviously. What we're both doing before you decided to

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move down to Dorset and open a B? We had a surf shop and I was the

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shop girl at the beginning of that. I was working in datacoms up near

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Reading and we sold the shop and the datacoms business and we chose a

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bed-and-breakfast as being a nice lifestyle. This room is the Thomas

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Hardy Rim... From the reviews on the TripAdvisor it is clear this B

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offers more than just clean sheets and a full English. We think Dorset

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is beautiful so it is not difficult to show that was people. When I was

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six or seven my eldest sister Cynthia taught me to swim in this

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area, so we went for that reason and I think that makes it really

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personal. So you won the award in 2014 and now 2017, two years in

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between, what went wrong? We relaxed! We genuinely just think of

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the bed and breakfast as an extension of ourselves anyway. That

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was our commitment when we started, just to be ourselves and welcome

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people to share the area. Whatever their secret it has sent them to the

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top of the world's favourite B destinations.

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Congratulations to them. They will be inundated. Onto the weather. Fog,

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fog, Chris Proudfoot photographed

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the morning frost in the New Forest. Maureen Coles took this picture of

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the fog in Portsmouth from Gosport. And Martin Dolan captured a fog bow

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near Corfe Castle in Dorset. Fog formed in a very similar way to

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rainbows with tiny water droplets. Overnight tonight we expect further

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mistimed freezing fog patches again and the risk of ice which is why the

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Met Office has issued a fog and ice warning during the early hours and

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up until lunchtime tomorrow. Possible disruption to travel. Dense

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fog patches will form in the usual spots and temperatures tonight will

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follow way to around minus four Celsius in the countryside is. These

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are in our towns and cities dropping down to minus one in some areas.

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Misty and foggy start to the day tomorrow. Widespread frost. Freezing

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fog patches may linger throughout the morning which is why the Met

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Office warning is in place. Ice is a risk and untreated services.

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Tomorrow a good deal of cloud, the best of the sun shine through parts

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of Dorset and West Wiltshire with temperatures tomorrow reaching a

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high of 5-7 C. Further clubs tomorrow night but where there are

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clear skies and the chance of a widespread frost first thing on

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Thursday morning and maybe one or two freezing fog patches but they

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won't be as widespread as last night and tonight. Temperatures tomorrow

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night around minus one Celsius. A frosty start on Thursday. That

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starts fairly cloudy but we are expecting some drier and clear air

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to move in from the near continent bringing some sunshine through the

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afternoon after a frosty start. Temperatures on Thursday will reach

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a height of four or five Celsius but with the strength of the very cold

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south-easterly wind it will feel more like freezing with the wind

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chill. A cold day on Thursday and a cold day also on Friday although

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earning less cold through Friday and into the weekend. A lot of cloud

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over the next few days. Cloud breaking up on Thursday. Cloudy on

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Friday with patchy rain and of the weekend mainly cloudy but one or two

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bright spells. That is it from us. Kris Temple is at Anfield for the

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Saints match tomorrow night. Good luck Oxford against Bradford as well

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in the lower League Cup competition. More at 8pm and 10:30pm, good night.

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