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Back down to Earth: Astronaut Tim Peake returns

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to Chichester to visit an exhibition starring himself.

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He's not just this amazing superstar we have all met he is a very

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down-to-earth person. More than ever I want to go on and have a career

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like he has done and be a pilot and see what opportunities are available

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to me. A pet dog's shot in front

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of its owners after attacking The farmers union warn

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sheep-worrying is on the rise. Adapting our immune systems:

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scientists in Southampton looking at how our own bodies

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can kill off cancer. one of the wildlife photos taken

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in the South being displayed

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around the country. It's been a long time coming

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but well worth the wait. Britain's first official spaceman

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Tim Peake touched down in his home city of Chichester today to meet

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pupils from his old schools and to see a special

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exhibition all about him! Local fans had been getting a little

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anxious as Tim has been back on Earth for longer than the six

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months he spent on the International Space Station

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and they were desperate to see him. It was an out of this world Day

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for dozens of schoolchildren. The day Tim Peake

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touched down Thank you very much, and it is

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fantastic to be back Nationally, more than

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a million schoolchildren were involved in projects as part

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of a six-month mission. primary and senior

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schools had the chance How has like being in space and

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seeing the Earth from space change your perspective of the planets

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and life question? There are so many places I feel

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like I know very well. I've never set foot

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in those countries or those areas, and maybe never will set foot

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in them but I do feel like I know Everyday I would look

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at and photograph them and see them. Tim toured a special exhibition

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at the city's Novy Museum, It was a bit surreal,

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actually, coming in and tired of seeing

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your own life history Strange seeing sort of half your

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life on display here? It is quite strange,

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as well, seeing some artefacts here as well that

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I actually had with me in space, clothing that I wore

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in space, it's very unusual. It's seven months since he landed,

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and although he has visited Britain from

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America where he lives and works, until today

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he had not returned to Chichester which last month

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problems they never pondered some local children to produce a video

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message to their hero. We and several thousand

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kids want you to visit.

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We're all ears. The post flight period

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is exceptionally busy. The most important thing for us

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the scientific data, that's why we have the space station

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programme primarily, so we have to capture

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all of that scientific data being based in Houston,

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of course, makes it difficult

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to get back to the UK, so everything just takes

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its time During his space trip,

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Tim appeared on South the things he missed

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most of the rain. The feeling of nice,

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cold drizzle on my face right now You've been back a few

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months now, back in England, have you changed

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your view on that? Not particularly, I still do

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and always have loved the outdoors, and so any weather,

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to the outside, camping, hiking, walking, cycling,

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that kind of thing... So for me being on board the space

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station, one of the most difficult things was just getting used to that

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artificial environment for so long. Today, Tim was invited to receive

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the Freedom of the city. He hopes to return later this

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year and there are plans for a special

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presentation ceremony. Four men were jailed today

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for a total of more than 20 years as part of the ongoing

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investigation into the murder Michael Freshwater was found

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stabbed to death at a flat No one has ever been

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charged with his murder, Chrissy Sturt has been

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following the case. Chrissy, what happened in court

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today? Well, today's sentencing centred

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around a gang of five men who were working together to supply

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heroin and cocaine 22 year old Tristan Pope and 23

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year old Kevin Suika played leading roles,

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coming down from London to Southampton to deal

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drugs for nearly a year. Dantai Thompson, only 17

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at the time, was also involved. Two other local men,

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Daniel Sadler and Daniel Ferret, both heroin addicts,

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had also been sucked in. Four were jailed with Sadler given

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a suspended sentence. And how does this

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link to the murder? Well, Michael Freshwater's body

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was found at a flat in West Ridge road, and this was one

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of the properties that was being used to deal drugs

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by this particular gang. During the investigation

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three men were arrested on suspicion of murder,

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including Kevin Suika. Hampshire police wanted

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to press ahead with charges, but the Crown Prosecution Service

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decided no further action Since then the investigation

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has floundered. There's still a ?10,000 reward

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offered by crime stoppers for any But clearly the police will be

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frustrated they haven't been able to bring anyone to trial

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for this murder. There's an inquest

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into Michael's death His partner has spoken

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today of her great loss, A man's been arrested

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on suspicion of murder. It's after a woman was found dead

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at a house in Gurnard Hampshire police say

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a 60-year-old from Sandown Farmers in Sussex are launching

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a poster campaign warning dog owners that their pets can be shot

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if they attack sheep. Last Sunday, a dog was shot in front

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of its owners because they couldn't stop it worrying livestock

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on a farm near Chichester. The owners hadn't realised

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the animals were nearby when they let their pet

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off the lead. Some viewers may find the images

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at the start of Steve Humphrey's This was the horrifying aftermath

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of a dog attack on a flock of sheep 116 sheep were crushed to death

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against a gate as they tried to flee

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from a dog at a farm

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in West Dean near Chichester. Despite all the warnings to dog

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owners there have been a series of attacks on sheep

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right across Sussex. And, last Sunday at north London

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near Chichester, a Shepherd was forced to shoot a dog which had

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started to maul some sheep. Sergeant Tom Carter has

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spoken to the shepherd For all intents and purposes the dog

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was probably playing with the sheep but unfortunately that act is

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causing a massive panic throughout the sheep and the dog was seen to be

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biting them and it consumes problems and the mere fact of dogs

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worrying sheep can actually cause quite serious stress in sheep

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and actually they can die from that stress.

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The law support the farmers in shooting the dog, but that is the

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last resort. The NFU says the number of dog

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attacks has increased in recent years, with more people taking dogs

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into the countryside. We've got a very urban population

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nearby to some rural areas, we've got a lot of livestock in the area,

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and that's probably a population A range of techniques are being used

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to highlight the issue, The NFU estimates there are around

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130 dog attacks on sheep The farmers are saying, you know,

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are you taking it seriously? And my message to them

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is yes, they are. Over the coming weeks,

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new warning posters are going up in popular dog walking areas,

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urging people to keep Even if you have the most docile

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pets they can still turn and just flip the switch and become a killer

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of sheep at the end of the day. Sussex Police say all dog attacks

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on sheep should be reported - so they can build up a clear picture

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of the scale of the problem. Steve Humphrey, BBC

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South Today, West Sussex. Union leaders are claiming that

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schools in the South will lose more But that's hotly contested by the

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Government which says its proposals for the new National Funding Formula

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have been misinterpreted. Hampshire County Council thinks

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while it will be a winner overall, some schools

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will be significant losers. Tom Hepworth's been

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studying the numbers. It's the building block for the rest

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of our lives and everyone agrees the current system,

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which has been described as a postcode lottery that can

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result in big differences between neighbouring

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schools, needs to change. So the government is proposing

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a new national funding formula based on the needs of pupils rather

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than where they live. The teaching unions have crunched

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those numbers and factored They claim schools in

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the South Today area will lose more That's the equivalent

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of cutting 5,400 teachers if there was no other way

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to make savings. Worst affected would be

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West Berkshire which would see funding per pupil fall

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by more than ?400. Nearby Bracknell would see

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the smallest reduction, The National Union Of Teachers

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says 98% of schools will be worse off under

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the new arrangement. Practically, what it could mean is a

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redundancy spread high budget in school, teaching assistants for

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example, large closet perhaps go out emerging classes to 35 bus. They

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could also mean looking at a secondary sector a reduction in the

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doubts of lessons that are taught. That track lessons that are taught.

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The government says it's spending more than ever on schools,

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On the face of it that's a lot of money,

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but it's not keeping pace with inflation.

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And pupil numbers are growing so the money has to stretch further.

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The independent Institute Of Fiscal Studies estimates that

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taking these two factors into account spending

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per pupil is likely to fall by around 8% in real terms

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Hampshire thinks it'll gain more than ?400 million a year

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but has concerns some areas will lose out because

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spending decisions will be taken out of its hands.

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in deprived areas, schools will suffer losses and a good example is

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in Havant, ?1.1 million being taken from that budget. Here in Gosport we

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will lose ?200,000 from school budget. That is unacceptable.

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The Department For Education says the unions have

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A spokesman says more than half of England's schools will receive

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a cash boost and because per pupil funding is protected at current

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rates, this means more money in our schools.

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The RMT union says its members are meeting this weekend to discuss

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whether to call more strike action as part of its ongoing dispute

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12 train drivers who are members of the RMT have walked out today,

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the last day of action scheduled so far.

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A 900-year-old skeleton found in Hampshire has revealed important

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Researchers say the remains of the man, thought to be

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a religious pilgrim, were excavated at a burial

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Scientific detective work suggests he caught the highly-contagious skin

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disease on his travels to a shrine in Spain and brought it

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Still to come, Alexis has the weekend's weather -

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And tee'd off - the golfers angry about their practice

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range closing down - meaning they'll have

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Can your body's own immune system - kill cancer?

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Well, it seems it can - with the right sort of help.

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Immunotherapy is an exciting area of research that's already

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showing promising results for cancer patients.

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And a new centre dedicated to it will open in

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It's part of an existing complex that's been running

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trials for many years, and our Health Correspondent David

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Fenton has been along to see how it's taking shape.

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When it comes to cancer, cure is a big word. That is what this place

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will be working on when it opens in September. For the first time it

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allows us to bring together basic scientists and clinicians at the

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clinical trials units and one roof. One that means is that we will be

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able to expand, we will be able to increase throughput of clinical

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trials ultimately benefiting patients in the area and nationally.

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This new centre costs ?25 million. 1.3 million of that donated by a

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former student at the University of Southampton. It's just part of a

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much bigger complex dedicated to studying immune therapies. The

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centre here already runs a 50 trials a year. Involving hundreds of

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patients. When this place opens they are hoping to double that. This is

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what they will look at. Inside the pink circle is a killer T cell. It

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attacks they sell and eats it. Sometimes the cancer cells are not

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spotted by the cell. Tim ball-macro can help. We all have immune

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systems, and so we harness the power of the immune system to identify and

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destroy cancer cells, we know that the system knows it is there but

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perhaps it doesn't know where to go or once it gets there doesn't fully

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appreciate what the cancer is. Charlotte Moss had skin cancer and

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joined an immunotherapy trial, and has been clear of cancer for the

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past five years. The actual clinical trial meant that I was coming to the

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hospital about once every three months, I would have the infusion on

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a Friday morning, take it easy over the weekend and I was back at work

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on Monday morning, so really straightforward. The new centre

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opens in eight months but of course the therapies it's researching could

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take years to develop. the therapies it's researching

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could take years to A busy golf practice

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range in Reading is to be closed down next month -

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much to the frustration The privately run facility

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is on land owned by the council, and it's exercised its right to end

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the lease early. The council says it can generate

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more income from the site, by replacing the driving range

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with a new outdoor activity centre. Even on a dreary January

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weekday, the It's a place golfers of all ages

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and abilities come to practice, operated by the same firm

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for almost two decades. The lease was renewed

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only a year ago. But without warning,

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Reading Council announced last month I think people are just surprised

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and disappointed because there isn't another range anywhere

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near in Reading, so, Don't think there was any

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consultation about this, This is one of the new attractions

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Reading Council plans to put here, a high ropes adventure climbing

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facility, together with archery, laser shooting

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and - ironically - mini golf. There'll also be a now outdoor

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education and activity classroom for local schools

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to use during term time. It's more for the younger

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generation, whereas this golf ranges for

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all walks of life, from sort of three years

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old upwards. It just seems criminal

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that the council are looking to close

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a very, very well used facility down.

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There are acres of space around Reading where they could put these

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other facilities. These days, obviously

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budget constraints for all councils, we have to make the best

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use of our assets, and that's what We're putting in an activity

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centre which we think will be busy fantastic for children

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and families, and also we are relocating our Play service

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which will both save cancel money and also help

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with educational attainment. The driving range is run

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by the owners of the Sandford Springs Golf Courses,

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at Kingsclere and used as a gateway facility,

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for people to try golf We did expect to be

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at the Leaderboard range for a number of years to come,

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however there is, as with any lease, there

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is a break clause. The council had that break clause

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and they decided to action it and yeah, from a visitors' point

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of view, you have to respect that. It's thought most of the small

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number of staff will be redundant when Leaderboard closes

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in three weeks' time. Allen Sinclair, BBC

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South Today, Reading. Now, Tony is here and Tony last

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Friday we celebrated Alex Thomson coming sentence. People are being

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pushed to follow his lead? It is so much work and the culmination

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thereof. Alex Thomson sailing in, special pictures, what is making the

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Vendee the challenge it is. Eight vendee globes,

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eight French winners. A programme is running in the south

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which aims to try to end the French dominance of the event and put more

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British skippers on the start line. As I found out today,

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the rigorous process involves far They are the future of British

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offshore sailing, but they have These five sailors are

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on an intense programme to get them to the start line

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in the next Vendee globe. Part of it is the fear,

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it is a real challenge, and that it is so different

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from your daily life. Classroom stuff is as important

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as the on the water It's the biggest challenge

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that exists, and I Around the world nonstop

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without assistance. You've seen this absolutely

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amazing footage coming back from Alex Thompson

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in the Southern Ocean, and each time I see it just makes me

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want to do it more. Yesterday, we had our

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fitness tests, and, like, it was pretty brutal,

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but I guess The initiative is run

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by Southampton-based firm Whitecap, and it's not just about being at sea

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in a 60 foot yacht. He obviously got a lot

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of credit for the pieces These five have done

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media training, and pitched to possible corporate

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sponsors for backing. There's four legs,

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and they basically time you... The Vendee globe campaign

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can cost ?10 million. I've been out on the water

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for as long as I can remember, and now I'm trying to stand in front

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of boardrooms trying to kind of justify an investment for,

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effectively, a global marketing

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campaign. Alex Thomson's success

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in finishing second this year overshadowed the fact

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that he was the only It's not because we don't

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have the talent, we've got some It's that we need to

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partner them and provide a commercial return to companies

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so that is attractive for them to that "it's time Britain

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ruled the waves again." By 2020, there could be several

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contenders to secure an historic success in

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the Everest of sailing. And good luck to the quintet as they

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continue their preparations. It's FA cup fourth weekend

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on the BBC but a Hampshire University could steal the headlines

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in the FA Vase. Southampton Solent University

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have reached the last 16 of the competition

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for the first time. Tomorrow more than five

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times their regular attendance It's a 3 o'clock kick

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off at Test Park. Southampton will play

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Manchester United at Wembley in the final of the EFL

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cup next month. United beat Hull on aggregate over

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two legs, concluding last night. Tomorrow Saints are back on the road

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to Wembley in the FA Cup. They host Arsenal at St Marys

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in their latest game Send Manga has just been handed a

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four match ban for pushing an official. -- Wenger.

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Saints beat Norwich in round three and are without injured

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Championship leaders Brighton travel to Lincoln City in the fourth round

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hoping to avoid an upset against the non leaguers who knocked

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In the Championship Reading could go back to third if they beat Cardiff

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at the Madejski stadium In league two Portsmouth face an in form

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Follow the cup on BBC local radio and online with highlights of every

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We like wildlife stories on South Today and two award winning

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photographs we've previously featured on the programme

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are now part of a national touring exhibition.

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One of photos was intriguingly titled "Kung Fu Puffin", taken by 18

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David Allard has been to see that and other exhibits

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at the Moors Valley Country Park in Dorset.

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Photography - it's all about capturing the moment.

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Of course you can't persuade wild animals and birds to pose.

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Which means these are images to cherish.

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Fineness of the feathers and everything that come out with all

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those colours, they're fantastic. These animals you never see them

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close up, so it is excellent to see them in ways that you went most of

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us. I wonder how many they take before they get the actual one.

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Becky Bunce from Berkshire took this photo of puffins.

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While I'm capturing that image it is just me, the camera, and the

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wildlife, so it is this very special and unique connection that you tend

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to feel. It is only when I reviewed the voter that I realised that one

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had kicked the other in the face and I was like this was such odd

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behaviour I have never seen it before.

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The team at Moors Valley say it's appropriate they're hosting

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an exhibition that reflects the diversity of British wildlife.

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I think we have such a diversity of habitats and there is obviously a

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great number of what is exhibited in there we are lucky enough to see

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here at all Valley. Mainly because water voles are in such a decline,

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we reached used water voles he later years ago and now have 300. It is

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great to see their habitats being reused.

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These stunning images were taken across the UK.

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Matt hopes they'll inspire visitors to spot

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wildlife at Moors Valley - next year - the exhibition may be

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The exhibition runs until 26th February.

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Aren't they beautiful! Now, Alexis, it's not so cold but warming up,

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now. Nick Keown photographed

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the sunrise in Greywell Shazz Hooper took this picture

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of a boat in the brighter And Emma Golds captured

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the grey skies at Petworth So, all change through the course of

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today with increasing cloud and outbreaks of rain spreading in from

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the Atlantic. Hill fog is a possibility overnights tonight,

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seeing some outbreaks of rain. Light and patchy, but oddly moderate or

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heavy bursts in the early hours of the morning possible. A great nights

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to come, lots of cloud and temperatures not as low as recently,

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dropping between three and eight Celsius, the mildest along the

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coast. A damp start to the day tomorrow, through the cause of the

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morning rain edges northwards and eastwards, claiming many places

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during the afternoon but one or two isolated showers through the

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afternoon, in the sunshine temperatures reaching a high of

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between 7-9 Celsius, with a brisk south-westerly wind. Further showers

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are also likely tomorrow evening, in the first part of tomorrow night.

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High pressure builds into the early hours of Sunday morning and so we

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may have a frost under clearer skies north of Berkshire, Tebbutt dropping

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here north of freezing. A weather front on its way in time for Sunday

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day. Sunday expected to be quite a wet day, a good deal of persistent

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rain during because of the day and with that they brisk south-westerly

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wind, these two weather fronts moving their way in during the

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course of the day, being heavy at times but mainly light and moderate.

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Nuisance rain during the course of the day and limited brightness so

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there won't be sunshine at all. We good seasons hill fog as well,

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during Sunday daytime. Looking to the rest of the week, sunny spells

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tomorrow after a wet start in places and that weather front slowed to

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clear in some areas and mailing into parts of oxygen during the parts of

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the afternoon. Rain on Sunday and some rain also on Monday and Tuesday

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full 's up now, tomorrow it is the Chinese New Year, and also the year

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of the Rooster, the lucky numbers of the Rooster are five seven and

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eight. Look, seven and eight! A lucky year to happen!

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If you weren't watching last night, you missed a lovely story

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about people in Reading clubbing together to replace a stolen bike

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after seeing a forlorn note left by the owner.

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But don't worry, you can see a special version on it

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on our Facebook page which has already had a quarter

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Geared bike thief. Have you ever thought that you make people stay

:26:17.:26:38.

miserable? It is a full or note as you can

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And just look at some of the comments you've made:

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Tracy Ann May says "blimey, this had made me cry a little bit.

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"Well done Rachael and all the donators".

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Sue Roffe declares "this is the Britain I want to live in.

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"Well done Rachel" "there are some lovely people in this world

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"Hope this bike is safe this time. Great story and outcome".

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Isn't that brilliant! Very Nice. Lets hope for more uplifting stories

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with programme is over the weekend and of course next week. Good night!

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Good night, have a lovely weekend.

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