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The ugly side of the South - Reports of hate crime

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But what can be done to tackle the problem?

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We see a connection between hate crime and international and national

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events. Preparing for the "perfect storm" -

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The project to map worst-case scenarios along our flood-threatened

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coastline. Right next to Stonehenge 100 years

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ago this was the middle of a huge military airbase. We have found some

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unseen photographs of it. And all hail to the Boss -

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Gosport's Alex Thomson joins us on the sofa to talk

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about his round-the-world It's an ugly image repeated

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in many parts of the south. A young man struck in the face

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in a Bournemouth street - just for speaking Spanish

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to his girlfriend. Figures for hate crime,

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recorded since the Brexit vote, show that the number of reported

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offences are up - and at record In fact, in the three months

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after last year's EU referendum, Dorset had the highest percentage

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increase in the whole of England and Wales,

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up 100% on the previous quarter. In Wiltshire there

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was a 38 increase. Hampshire and Sussex

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went up by 33 and 32%. And Thames Valley saw

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an increase of 20%. Our Home Affairs Correspondent

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Emma Vardy has more. This was the moment a man was hit

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with a plank of wood in Bournemouth. His attacker shouted

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"Speak English!" This extreme incident,

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was one of an increasing number of hate crimes recorded

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by Dorset Police last year. There was a handful of incidents

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that we think could have been directly linked to the referendum

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results. We see a connection between hate crime taking place and

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international and national events. Last year of victim support says it

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helps more than 16,000 victims of hate crime across England and Wales

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and saw a spike in the immediate aftermath of the referendum. But

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there was also noticeable increases following the terror attacks in

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Paris and Denise. -- in Nice. Most incidents are much less serious

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than the attack in Bournemouth, and police say that they're

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receiving historical reports too, Attacks amongst Muslim communities

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are also a concern for police. A group of boys came up to me and

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started telling me to get out of the country and calling me a terrorist.

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They pushed me into the traffic. At the Bournemouth Islamic Centre,

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they say hate incidents have not been a problem,

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but that the Brexit debate We did not see an increase in hate

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crime or anything that tells us it was a difference before and after

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Brexit. Some argue the result of Brexit means equities are more

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divided. It is maybe something that was not visible for us and the weed

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their whole process was conducted has highlighted the issues we have

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of immigration and so on. A human rights organisation

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has said the country should prepare for

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possibility of further spikes in offences once

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There's been a protest in Southampton this afternoon over

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claims that care packages for people with disabilities could be

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It's been sparked by leaked emails which appear to show agency staff

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being offered financial incentives to find savings.

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Southampton City Council says no-one has been incentivised

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Anger - aimed at Southampton City Council and the company Capita -

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brought in to help review and assess a backlog of social care packages.

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These campaigners say leaked emails raise questions about how that work

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An email from one member of Capita staff dated September 2016 refers

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to an "extra incentive scheme" it says?

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..if a person manages to improve their performance?

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This can be measured across both productivity levels

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Another email sent in November says..

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"The senior managers who are leading this transformation

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want to know why it appears we are failing to realise

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the results in service delivery and savings they anticipated"

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much as if the workers are being pressured,

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highly pressured, to go in and to make savings and to cut

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That is really concerning because according to the Care Act

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you cannot go in with a view to make cuts.

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You have to look at the assessed needs first.

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Capita says it has spoken to the members of staff

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involved, it told us: "Capita and its employees delivering this

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service have never been incentivised to deliver savings.

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The employees' idea was clearly inappropriate and they did not

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have the authority to suggest it, share it with the team

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The scheme was never considered an appropriate proposal

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Southampton City Council says all reviews have been completed

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in accordance with the law following eligibility criteria

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The city council says that of the care

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have stayed the same, 1% have increased and of the remaining 20

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percent care is bein gprovided in a different way at lower cost

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the inroduction of annual review of care packages arguing it puts too

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What they did in the since this try to catch up on a backlog of those

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assessments by bringing Capita to fix those assessment. We see from

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the e-mail they were struggling to keep up. And put out some pretty

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dumb e-mails in the process of doing that.

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Southampton city council says it's committed to meeting people's

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to live independent lives - campaigners say they will be

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It's called a "Black Swan": the worst possible combination

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of unexpected storm surges and high tides to cause damage

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Now a project is using computer simulators to map out the nightmare

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scenarios for flooding along coastal communities, in the hope that

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realistic predictions can be made and solutions found.

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Let's join Sean Killick at Pagham tonight.

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Good evening. There has been significant coastal erosion here in

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recent years. Many of the homes are noticed the pebbles threw away from

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a high tide line. But the project you referred to in hopes to help

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residents at risk of flooding not only ever alongside course. -- right

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along the south coast. This was the scene at Pagham

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just before Christmas. A tidal surge from a low pressure

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system in the Atlantic Sea water flooded past Packham yacht

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club but thankfully there was no Residents were grateful

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it was a windless day, otherwise the sea could have

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been far less forgiving. At the National Oceanography Centre

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in Southampton, they are leading a group of scientists

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from across the South in studying existing storm

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data from recent years. Then they will use a computer

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model to create factual to predict future

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worst-case scenarios. We're going to take some storms,

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things that you might call near misses,

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and deliberately adjust them and make them go

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in a slightly different direction and

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make the winds stronger so we can see what those extreme

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conditions might look like. Then we should hopefully

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have an improved understanding of the protection that

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we've got the course. We do know that the average

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sea level is rising and that's the thing that we need

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to take measures against. We don't know whether weather

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systems are going to One of the things we're doing

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is providing that additional The Met Office and

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the universities of Southampton and Reading

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are also working on project. They are highlighting

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the case of Portsmouth, which after London and Hull

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is the city most at risk from The Eastern Solent

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Coastal Partnership plans up to ?100 million of coastal

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defence work here in the The Storm Prediction Project

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scientists say their work could help provide information

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for projects such as this to protect residents from the worst-case

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flooding in the years ahead. the scientists are keen to point out

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their project merely highlights the risks. After that it is going to

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planners and politicians and pots of money. Here they are still waiting

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for planning permission for a project they have for coastal

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defence work but they are still hopeful they will get work here this

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summer. The family of Kaden Reddick,

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who died in an accident on Monday, said today

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"He was a loving, cheeky, energetic boy" whose death

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would "leave a huge empty hole The ten-year-old was seriously

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injured in an incident In a tribute today the family of

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Kaden Reddick said his death will leave a huge and empty hole in the

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lives of everyone who knew him. He died from head injuries in an

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incident involving store furniture at Topshop in Reading. Today the

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company has removed the display units from every one of its stores

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across the country. Inside the closed Reading branch investigations

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are still under way by the company and Thames Valley Police and Reading

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by the council. The boy 's family said he loved coming to school and

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the headteacher issued a statement saying how shocked everyone is by

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the death of such an energetic young man who enjoyed helping others. His

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family say the hardest part of his death is knowing he will never be

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able to fulfil his potential. He looked forward to riding his older

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brother is more bed and becoming a teacher. This it is impossible to

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comprehend he will never be able to do any of this. It is half term here

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this week saw no pupils are at school. When they return on Monday

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they will be offered specialist support.

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Another strike has been announced on Southern Railway.

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Train crews who belong to the RMT union will hold a 24 hour

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It follows the failure of talks yesterday.

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The drivers' union, Aslef, has done a deal with the company

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to modernise working practices and is balloting its members.

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A 52-year-old man from Chichester has been jailed for four years

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after admitting a number of fraud offences.

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David Coombs from Hunston Road in the town carried out the frauds

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across Hampshire and Dorset targetting people he met

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on dating websites and in hospitals across the south.

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A former governor at a Hampshire school which is threatened

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with closure or being merged, says parents are being mislead.

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Hampshire county council has launched

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a consultation on the future of Fort Hill Community School

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in Basingstoke because of falling numbers of pupils.

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One option is merging with Cranbourne business

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Here's a message from our guest tonight.

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You don't normally see me in a suit. The I'm here tonight.

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"A very steep downward spiral," the words of one military veteran

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who found himself with mental health and drug issues after

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There are, in fact, between 3,500 and 5,000 veterans incarcerated

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Now a Hampshire charity has called on the government to do more to help

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A middle-aged military veteran who, a fortnight ago,

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He spent nearly a decade behind bars for a serious and violent

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Because he's trying to turn his life around,

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Everything just exploded one day and the support that I had,

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The substance abuse became worse and it then became a very steep

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He's being helped by Hampshire charity Care after Combat,

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who've put him up in this home while he finds his feet.

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But why do service personnel need extra support?

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Coming from the service life myself it's just they've

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The impact can be just straight-forward things -

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It's always been done for them within the service

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I think the public say, "OK, mate, you're a veteran, you've screwed up,

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you're going to get another chance, care after combat, we're not

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going to give you a handout, we're not going to spoon-feed you -

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If you're not going to work, off you go."

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The charity has had great success using ex-military mentors to help

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people back to civilian life, but it's also warning there are too

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many veteran groups all trying to do the same thing.

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We sent them away, we should deal with the consequences

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I believe that with so many charities pushing their services

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onto the veterans, A, it is confusing,

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and B, they might think, hang on a minute, if I'm

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playing my cards right here, I don't have to go to work.

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We don't really want to kill a veteran with kindness.

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Steve says he's lucky he has found the help he needs,

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and is looking forward to turning his life around.

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I feel that I've served my sentence and now it's time to rebuild.

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Everything they're giving me now, I'm going to pay them back

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Chris Temple is here. We will start with football. Thousands of people

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watch football last night. There was a full programme

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of Football League fixtures last night, and wins for Reading

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and Portsmouth kept their promotion And it's with the Royals, that we

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start our Valentines night round-up. After two draws Reading got

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themselves back on the winners against Brentford. This could put

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them ahead. Just after the hour Brentford scored two goals in three

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minutes. But a triple substitution paid dividends. Williams got the

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equaliser. Before a generous charity hand-out for the winner. A moment to

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forget for the Brentford goalkeeper. Reading are now five points behind

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Brighton in second after the seagulls were held by Ipswich.

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Chambers gave the Suffolk side an early lead. But a file and Bruno led

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to this chance to even the score. -- a file. Evans set Portsmouth on

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their Blackpool. This goal from Doyle ensured a second win in four

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days. It was a largely pushy tonight in League 1. Oxford saw their run of

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five straight wins ended by Southend. MK dons drew nil nil at

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Bury. The own goal at Southampton by Jones was cancelled out by Morris.

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More matches on Saturday. And some sides involved in the FA Cup. It's

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100 days till the America cup. Today marks 100 days

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until the America's Cup But it's been nearly a month now

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since Gosport-based sailor Alex Thomson finished a magnificent

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second place, in the gruelling solo round the world

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race, the Vendee Globe. We followed his story

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closely of course over A little earlier, Alex came

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in to join us here on the red sofa, and share his experiences

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of the race, and life since. I'm certainly not back

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in normal life yet. There have been lots of parties

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lots of media stuff and I've been to Last night we were

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at the world sports My feet have hardly

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touched the ground. That takes its toll

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mentally and physically. It must be difficult

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when you get back to dry land to It is quite daunting

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when you you're on your own for so long and the thought of thousands

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of people arriving, it was very And I'm sleeping

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really well already. In fact have got to go back

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to the gym because I've lost a lot We know about your

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starboard foil breaking. Let's look at this clip

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from mid-race, towards the end of It's at that point you are thinking

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am I going to catch him? It really is about trying to get

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as close to our man as possible and But one thing you can count

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on is that I will fight to the end! He certainly did fight

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to the end, Alex. Was there a point when you realised

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you were not going to catch? You always have to fight in this

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race and I said from the beginning you have to expect an expected and

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even when we went towards the Scilly Islands, to tack on the port tack

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to make a finish it was pretty done and dusted then but anything

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could have In 2020 you've announced that

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you're going to do it. You asked your wife

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and she has said yes. I was third last time,

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second this time servers What we're trying to do know is see

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if you can put the sponsors together and put the team

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together because most important thing in this

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is the I have been very fortunate to work

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with some very talented people the right team

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we have a chance. Will you use the same boat

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will you build a new boat? There's a potential rule change

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coming in April and we will have to look at what the rules

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are and decide whether we can do it. The technological

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advances we mentioned earlier on the 20 million people

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on Facebook saw the shots from the Do things like being able

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to Facetime your wife and son when you're deciding

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to be away from your You can actually stay

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in touch much better My son, Oscar, was quite upset

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at the first two weeks of the And his school gave me a little

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cuddle turtle called Speedy. I thought I'd do a little videos

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so every a little video, kind of Trying to make him

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and his friends laugh. Thanks for mentioning

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the Facebook page of That day in the Southern Ocean

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was mad because I was there eating my porridge

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and a French helicopter came along. I was a bit grumpy and

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I wasn't going to go outside and I can't believe it was

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seen by over 20 million people. Believe it or not, my wife

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booked a sailing holiday. She's getting her own back

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on you for going in She's booked a Dream Yacht charter

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and we're off to the She says it's not fair

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that you're having Congratulations again

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and thanks for coming in. 20 million people have already seen

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the pictures from the Southern Ocean and we're putting them back up on

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our Facebook page. Now, we've reported on many rows

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about the impact of roadbuilding But what might surprise

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you is the amount of concrete Tonight we can reveal

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previously unseen pictures of a World War I aerodrome,

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a huge military base just a few It was damage caused by that

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aerodrome which first prompted calls to clean up the area and restore

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the World Heritage Site. Our transport correspondent

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Paul Clifton reports. Stonehenge today, with open

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grassland all around. Look in the background

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at the First World War airbase. There were giant hangars for bomber

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aircraft and 800 men lived here. The road through the middle

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is today's A303, and curving away to the right

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is a railway line. During the 1920s the area became a

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pig farm and then it was pulled down.

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Where we are standing pretty much is where the main hangars work,

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but they were, sort of, facing in the direction

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Today only a few fragments remain visible.

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Where we are standing, by mid-1918, was the busy part of the Aerodrome -

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it was the technical buildings, the main accommodation block,

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So there is still concrete under here?

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There will still be some concrete under here, yes.

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The line of the longest military away in the country is still visible

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in the landscape. There were more hangers on the north

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side of the airfield, many of them. They were beside the road

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that runs between the stones There is almost no

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evidence of them today. Are there any Americans in,

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ladies and gentlemen? To mark a century since

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the Royal Flying Corps arrived, English Heritage brought

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a First World War plane The presence of that era drum in

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this ancient setting actually sparked the debate as to what was an

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appropriate setting for Stonehenge for the Stones themselves and the

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ancient landscape that surrounds Stonehenge. Almost within state of

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Stonehenge was a second huge airfield called Lake down. Today we

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coloured Druids Lodge. A water tower and a handful of buildings remain.

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There is now a big debate about the benefits or otherwise

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of a new road tunnel through the World Heritage Site.

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It is worth remembering just what the landscape looked

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Paul Clifton, BBC South Today, Salisbury Plain.

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Great photos. I never knew anything about that. Wonderful to see.

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Did you get caught in the rain today? More rain to come? Will we

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get a dry spell? The next few days into the weekend. Sunday has the

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possibility of some patchy rain but dry until then and fairly meld as

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well. Many of you have been out and about today despite the rain taking

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pictures. Let's take a look at the first portal which was quite a soggy

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scene. Down the Forest. But things brightened up after the rain started

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pushing through. A rainbow came out in Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. We

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also saw sunshine in Hampshire. Sunny spells broke through during

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the latter part of the day and the rain slowly moved northwards. Rain

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is currently all the of Oxfordshire eventually quitting north eastwards

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through this evenings. Mist and fog patches are a possibility through

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tonight and will become quite dense and places. We may have the odd

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isolated shower tonight should be mainly dry with a few clear spells.

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A little cooler than last night but temperatures falling from five

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Celsius to eight Celsius. Fairly light winds. Tomorrow morning mist

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and fog may be stubborn to clear but what does an improving picture. The

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odd isolated shower. Sunny spells breaking through the afternoon. A

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lot more sun than recent days. Temperatures reaching highs of 10

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degrees to 11 Celsius. A pleasant enter the day tomorrow. Tomorrow

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night summer two tonight. Patchy cloud with mist and fog patches

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developing in the early hours of the morning. A fair amount of cloud with

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temperatures falling to 6 degrees seven Celsius. The winner will be

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like. This is why the fog foisting on

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Friday morning may be slow to clear. What it does and improving picture.

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A cloudy start. Sunshine breakthrough in many places. Hard to

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say with the sun will be but there will be increasing cloud with this

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fragmented weather front arriving Friday night producing a little rain

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in the early hours of Saturday morning. I pressure is not far away.

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It will stay with us during the weekend. Tomorrow after a cloudy

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start mist and fog will eventually left. We will see some lovely

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conditions. A cloudy start to Friday. Saturday. Very similar days

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with sunny spells breaking through on both days. Fairly light winds

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coming up in the south. At the moment Sunday looks like a fair

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amount of cloud. One to brighter spells but the chance of patchy rain

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at times. The bestie of the weekend is probably Saturday will it should

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stay mainly dry to daylight hours. If you would like to become one of

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our weather Watchers is a website to do that. Or if you want a full 11

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day forecast you can go onto a website. Almost springlike, dare I

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There'll be a news summary at 8pm and we'll be back at 10.30.

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