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It wasn't built in a day, I have been working on it for ten years and

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it is lovely to have it in a state to release it to the public.

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South Today has discovered that mental health patients

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are being placed into overstretched A departments - as police

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crackdown on the number locked up in the cells.

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People are often detained under the Mental Health Act

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Across the South, there's been a big fall in holding

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them in police cells - down by more than 800 in two years.

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But there's been an increase in the numbers taken to casualty

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or mental health units - up by more than 800

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Guidelines state patients should only be brought

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to hospitals by police if they have a physical injury.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Peter Cooke reports.

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Strained, stressed - a system under pressure.

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A departments say they're increasing resources to deal

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with a rise in mental health patients.

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Police forces say custody isn't a suitable place for those people.

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But often there aren't enough places in mental health

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units, so emergency departments are used instead.

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Doctor Ann Hicks spent 17 years as the mental health lead

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for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine

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and says it is a real issue.

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What's happened is the emergency departments have become

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the default setting, because the police are under a lot

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of pressure to not detain mental health patients

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in the cells, which is fine, but there hasn't been consistent

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commissioning across the country to provide an alternative venue.

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Surrey Police now provide facilities called safe havens for people

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but admit A is sometimes the only option.

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We also recognise that shifting the demand from custody to

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health-based safety to an A department

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is not always helping the

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So as a concordat we have taken a decision to look at

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what we can do collectively to reduce demand.

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One reason police forces want to limit people in crisis

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being taken to stations is to avoid deaths in custody.

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In 2014, Brandon Barry's wife, Martine, was

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arrested for carrying a knife in Eastleigh and died in Southampton

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custody after choking on her underwear.

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An Independent Police Complaints Commission found four

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staff had committed misconduct linked to the case.

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The rules at the time said if she had a weapon, she

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had to be arrested and not taken to a place

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Police Commissioner said at the inquest that you know it

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would have been dealt with differently if they

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The Government says one in four people

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has a mental disorder at some point in their life and has promised more

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But mental health trusts in England say

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they're still having their budgets cut.

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And tomorrow Peter will report on the mental health projects

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making a difference to how patients are managed.

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The words of Philip Hammond as he started his first Budget -

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and to show the Chancellor was in listening mode,

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he unveiled measures to help small businesses.

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They'd complained about changes to business rates, as many

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Let's join our Business Correspondent Alastair Fee

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The business rates revamp is a big change for small businesses -

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not least because many still don't know exactly what they'll have

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And the new valuations have led to some big fluctuations

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Let's look at an average restaurant in Worthing and one in Shoreham.

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They have similar rateable values at the moment.

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But from next month, there's a 13% increase in Worthing,

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while in Shoreham it's a 13% decrease.

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So Worthing will have rates bills that are a belt-busting 30%

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The change has also got the owner of this deli puzzled.

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They were expecting to pay more than double the bills next month. Meet

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Rowland, for 15 years he and his business partners have been running

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a small deli. They pay about ?2,000 a year in business rates. The new

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valuation doubles their bill. I'm not quite sure who came up with the

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idea of let's increase business rates for people like us, but in

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areas not far from here they're bringing the rates down. I don't

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quite get where the calculation was sort of coming from. The system has

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long been criticised, value wangss are confusing -- valuations are

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confusing. Meaning businesses in more affluent areas of the South

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often have higher bills. This isn't a property that we own, we only rent

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it. There is no benefit to us in the property price going up, all that

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happens is our rent goes up. So we have rent and rate increase and we

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get a double whammy. Without help from the Chancellor today, that

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could mean cutting some staff hours and putting prices up. The Budget

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has been eagerly anticipated by people running small businesses,

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joining me is Rowland. We know small businesses are losing small business

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rate relief and will only have a rise of around ?50 a month following

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the Chancellor's announcement. Has he got far enough? It is good in the

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short-term, but we are not able to plan further on than that. I feel

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what the Chancellor has done here is he has panicked a bit following a

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campaign in the press and thrown some money in a short-term way to

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reduce the problem. Long-term, who knows? Thank you very much. Sally.

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Sbl A couple of other

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measures from the Budget. The National Insurance contributions

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for the self-employed will go and no extra increases

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in alcohol or tobacco duties. What else might have caught the eye

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of the commercial sector? Proposals for a ?16 million 5G

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mobile phone technology hub will be watched with interest

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at Surrey University, which is already

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a leader in this field. Almost ?700 million will be up

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for grabs for the best And a new technical qualification

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to match A-levels - called a T-level -

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will be career and skills focused. There is a host of individual

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measures, but it is also about the impact of the Budget as a whole? The

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other big question is how this affects consumer confidence? We are

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still a nation of spenders, not savers. I have been to one street in

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Dorset to try and get a feel of whether people sense their better or

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worse off at the moment. Where better to test the temperature than

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a road that shares the temperature than a road that shares the name

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with the Chancellor. Having moved here last year,

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Mark has been kept busy He's self-employed and works from

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home selling merchandise online. Everyone seems OK. Petrol has been

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going up a bit and food. As long as you're sensible, you can ride the

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storm. If anything, the economic forecast

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has been unpredictable. We've weathered the immediate fall

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out from last year's referendum, but it's left some worried

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about what's on the horizon. I am wary and I wouldn't take the

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gamble to think I will buy X or Y, because I think it is going to hit I

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eventually and that makes me wary of spending if I don't need to.

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Hammond Avenue shows all the signs of a thriving community -

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some are putting their cash into home improvement,

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while others are moving in and moving out -

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what some might point to as the green shoots of growth.

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I caught up with local businessman Tristan,

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For me, to carry on with the lifestyle I have enjoyed and still

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keep spending and have a nice holiday and upgrade the car, means I

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have to work harder. And that is what I'm prepared to do.

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Mark says he thinks he can manage the 60p extra a week he'll have

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to pay in National Insurance, while Tristan is pleased

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He says that will stop people who don't pay proper taxes.

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As suspected there was no pot of gold at the end

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of Philip Hammond's first and last spring budget, but he did

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The other big concern was the pressure on the

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There's an extra ?2 billion for social care, but also money

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to help next winter by putting more GPs into accident and emergency

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departments for patients who don't need hospital treatment.

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Our Health Correspondent David Fenton is outside

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the Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth.

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David, they're already doing this at the QA?

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They r they have been doing it for a couple of years. There is a GP in a

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room next to the A department 10am until 10pm seven days a week and it

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is their job to look after patients who are not emergencies. So looking

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at thing like colds, bruises, that sort of thing. And it is taking the

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pressure off the A The Chancellor is putting up ?100 million for a

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hundred similar schemes. And an extra ?3 billion for social care.

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What impact will it have? Well, it is a lot of money isn't it? But it

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is a huge problem. Basically how to get elderly patients out of hospital

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beds when they don't need to be there and what is stopping them from

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going home often is a lack of proper social care. Now, this money will go

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towards helping sort that problem out. But a couple of thoughts on

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that. Firstly, a lot of the money may go on increases in the minimum

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wage for care workers. But it is not all about money. 24 authorities

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account for about half of all the so-called bed blocker in the

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country. So some are doing a better job than others and the Government

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and the NHS will be looking at those who aren't doing so well and trying

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to help out. Thank you. Lewis Coombes has the sport

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in a moment and here's Sarah Farmer. After today's wet weather, things

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are looking much more promising for I'll have your forecast

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later in the programme. Back to the Budget and alongside

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the economic assessment, there are measures which are also

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political choices, such as 100 extra Education and social care

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are largely delivered by councils so they will have

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been watching closely. A little earlier our

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Political Editor Peter Henley gathered reaction from two Surrey

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county councillors The Chancellor does seem to have

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listened to local councils who said they needed more money for social

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care. ?2 billion for England, but over two years, front-loaded. Kit

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Malthouse, will this be enough to take care of the growth in need? In

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the short-term we think so. Longer term we will have to think about how

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we fund social care with the ageing population. For the moment, it is a

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great move. Do you think Surrey council will be happy with this

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much? Well personally I don't think it is enough. Although I welcome the

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extra money, I don't think it is enough. The Liberal Democrats had

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asked for an extra ?billion for the first one -- ?2 billion for the

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first year. This is only ?1 billion. So that is not to tackle the social

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care crisis and I doubt it will solve the problems. Jeremy Corbyn

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made a great deal about what happened with the secret recording

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we heard, is this evidence that Surrey have been well treated. Where

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is this deal? Somewhere, somebody's not telling the truth. One minute we

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are told there is no deal and then we discover that David Hodge has got

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something in writing. But one thing is sure that Surrey needs more money

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nor adult social care and what is being offered is not off. Surrey,

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like many other count Yip is in desperate need for more money to

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deal with social care. Just not enough for local authorities they

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say and it is going down. Well look, the Chancellor is doing what he can

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in a difficult envelope. He said the economy is strong, but our debts are

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rising. The money has to be found from somewhere. It will plug a

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short-term gap now we have space to think about that. I don't think he

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is pretending it is the entire solution, but it is on top of money

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that councils can raise themselves. You wanted 15% in Surrey, do you

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think you may have to ask for that? I'm opposed to the 15% increase that

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was proposed. You just want hand outs. There is a need for national

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Government to solve the crisis and it has to be funded from Government

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and can't come from Council Tax. It is not reasonable. Would you have

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voted for the 15%? No I would say Labour would look at the whole

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structure of local government that is top heavy with 12 councils and

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dozens of Executives and 600 councillors. So there is a lot of

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councillors and a lot of democracy, but it is not producing money for

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social care. Thank you very much. A budge tote do with local

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authorities. One thing we didn't see was a taxation on diesel, but we may

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see that in the next budget. And there's more analysis

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and reaction at bbc.co.uk/budget. They're images designed to stir

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emotion and patriotism. And a century on, they've lost

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none of their power. Dozens of propaganda posters

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produced by the American War Department went under

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the hammer in Newbury. The unique collection

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was featured a few years ago And as Allen Sinclair reports,

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given the content, it was no surprise today's sale attracted

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a lot of transatlantic interest. Although originally produced

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in their thousands, it's rare to see these century old prints

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in pristine condition. The patriotic posters feature

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Uncle Sam, the Stars and Stripes, and urge Americans back home

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to support their boys Who wants these posters. They're

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mainly American. Also graphics as well. Prop Afghanistan dachlt we

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don't get these posters -- propaganda. We don't get these

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posters any more. This is really in your face.

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The collection was amassed over many years by the late David Schwartz,

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who took them along to the BBCs Antiques Roadshow to be valued.

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The colours were so vibrant and I was entranced and bought one and I

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saw others and over the years kept picking them up. How many do you

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have now? 85. Such a large collection, very good condition. He

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never looked at them, he kept them rolled out and they haven't seen the

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light of day for 20 years. It is exciting. It has been a special day.

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I my husband wanted to sell them in 2017 to Mark the centenary of the

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start of the war in America. I have done what he wanted I hope.

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The collection sold for around ?20,000

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and thanks to internet bidding, a great many of these

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evocative images are heading back to the States.

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They look good. And sport and Lewis is here. Now, Bournemouth not such

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good news, what is going on? Was it a stamp was it not a stamp. Tyrone

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Mings alleged to have stamped on the head of Manchester United's

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Ibrahimovic. Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings

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will serve a five-match ban after being charged with violent

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conduct by the FA. Mings had denied that he intended

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to stamp on the head of Manchester United Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic

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during Saturday's 1-1 draw. A player who himself received

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a three-game ban for elbowing The club have said in a statement

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they are "extremely Reading manager Jaap Stam

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has defended his policy Last night the Dutchman made four

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changes for the visit of leaders Newcastle and hinted more rotation

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would be on the way After a night that also saw Brighton

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close the gap at the top, it could be an exciting end

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to the season for the South's teams Reading have made the Madejski

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something of of a Royal fortress - nine wins from their previous

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eleven home games. Lewis Grabban could and

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probably should have sent them on their way with another

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one against Newcastle. Another former

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Bournemouth star, Matt Ritchie, struck the post

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with a low shot for And Gareth McClearly almost netted

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a late winner, only to see his stoppage time shot

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skim the cross bar. Reading the first team to hold

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Newcastle to a goalless draw Well I think it's a good point

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and this kind of game is all about just one chance to take

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and nobody took that chance and as a team,

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as a performance, I think we are very happy

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to get the clean sheet. With Newcastle dropping

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points - a rarity of late - Chris Hughton knew

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Brighton had to capitalise and - as so often this season -

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Albion delivered. Knockaert adding the finish

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to Baldock's initial effort. In a dominant display that brought

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22 efforts on the goal, A much-needed win to keep

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the promotion bid on track. Here's how it affects

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the Championship table then, Brighton are now just three points

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behind leaders Newcastle, after The Royals are 10 points off

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the automatic promotion places Elsewhere in the Football League,

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Oxford came up just short against League One

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pace-setters Sheffield United. Defender Chey Dunkley

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headed home to put the U's in front at half-time,

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but three goals in 21 second half minutes - including a brace

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from former Saints striker Billy Sharp - put

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the Blades in control. Toni Martinez' low angled drive

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in stoppage time proved only While second-half goals

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from Christian Burgess and Kyle Bennett boosted

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Portsmouth's hopes of A 2-0 win at Crawley moves Pompey up

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to third in League Two. The BBC understands,

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Southampton's Director of Scouting and Recruitment,

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Ross Wilson, has turned down the chance to become Rangers'

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Director of Football. The 34-year-old Scot was offered

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the chance to lead the Ibrox side's playing structure,

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but has opted to remain Petersfield cyclist Joe Truman has

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been named in the Great Britain squad for next month's track world

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championships in Hong Kong. It'll be Truman's first

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appearance at the event, which is second only to the Olympics

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in terms of prestige, It comes on the back of two

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golds in the team sprint Good for him. Very good. And Tyrone

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Mings will miss five important games. Including the game with the

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Saints and Liverpool and Chelsea. He will be a big miss. Thank you.

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You all know the phrase "friends, Romans, countrymen -

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We'll on this occasion it's a call to "reach

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That's because it's the best way to view a new 3-dimensional virtual

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You can see the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus

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The computer model has been designed by Reading University

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and has been a decade-long passion for one academic.

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Up until now, this has been the only way to really explore ancient Rome.

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But now anyone can strap on their virtual sandals.

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This is us walking into Rome in 315AD.

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Walking into the city of Rome as it appeared some

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time around the early 4th Century, that's right.

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This is when the city was arguably at its prime and of the

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hundreds of places here, even the 4th Century fourist

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Should we have a look at the colosseum?

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I think everybody likes the colosseum.

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So let's go the gladiator's eye view down into the arena.

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You can a use a variety of modern methods to explore

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You can have a look at it on your desk top

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computer, or you can go the whole hog and go for full immersive

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As they say, all electrodes lead to Rome.

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A lot of people are interested in ancient

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Rome, would like to know more about it and the ruins are wonderful

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Sometimes it is a bit hard in the mind's

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eye to put them back in the

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state they would have been when they were new buildings.

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But how does it stack up with the real city?

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Obviously it's very different from what it

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open museum, with missing bits, but you can imagine what it would

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The free course launches next weekend, so it is a case of friends,

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Romans, countrymen - lend me your VR.

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It does look good. It is fabulous. Sarah is with us, and we are going

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to look ahead at the weather. Nice tomorrow you said? Yes, which we are

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all glad of after today. It has been soggy today. We start off with our

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wonderful weather watchers' photographs and even when it is

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raining we get some wonderful pictures. Look at these dramatic

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clouds over Banbury. Some rain drops here at St Leonard's and Ziggy

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captured about two thirds of the tower and the gloomy conditions. We

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are not done with that wet weather yet. We will see more of it through

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the course of the night, but things will start to dry out. It is

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southern coastal areas that will see the worst weather tonight.

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Temperatures at around nine or ten degrees. So a mild night. Tomorrow

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morning, we see that wet weather slinking away and it is a dry affair

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through much of the day. More in the way of cloud to the south of the M4

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corridor. To the north the best of any brighter skies, but sunny at

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times. Temperatures up to 14 or 15 degrees. And that is above where it

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would normally be. Tomorrow evening we see that cloud thickening from

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the south-west and we stay dry through much of the night but we

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will see murky and damp conditions working in towards dawn.

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Temperatures over night around six or seven. To round off the week,

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Friday is a settled day, but on the gloomy side with cloudy conditions

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and some damp weather and some mist and murk. But it stays settled and

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calm. So nothing too wet to worry about. Now the summary, during

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tomorrow we will see a bit of cloud through the south, but further north

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doing best. And the temperatures 14 or 15 degrees. Into Friday and it is

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a gloomy day with some dampness and the weekend, we start with a band of

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rain on Saturday morning. But that clears for cheerier conditions

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later. Cooler on Sunday. At least the weekend is not a washout. You

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know we are marking the 200th anniversary since the death of Jane

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Austen, well tomorrow, you may think you know everything about the

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author, but we will tell you something that may surprise you.

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Thanks for watching. Good night.

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