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In tonight's programme: One of our Dorset MPs, Tobias Ellwood,

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battled to save the life of one of the victims outside Parliament.

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We'll have the latest from our political editor in Westminster.

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Also tonight: Thames Water's record fine for polluting the River Thames

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in parts of Berkshire with raw sewage.

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And from childhood leukaemia, the four-year-old girl

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who was inspired by her role models to become a nurse herself.

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The director of Thames Water has apologised to its customers

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and admitted the company failed in its responsibility

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It comes as the organisation was handed a record ?20 million fine

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The company admitted water pollution and other offences at sewage

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treatment facilities between 2013 and 2014.

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The spills resulted in hundreds of dead fish, overflowing

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manholes and sewage spilling into nature reserves.

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The Environment Agency described the incident as some of the worst

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Jeremy Stern reports on how the incidents affected those

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This river near Aylesbury is getting back to its best but in 2013 a local

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farmer was shocked to find sewage flowing downstream. The Reverend was

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black, grey, very smelly, there was dead fish. More than a billion

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litres of untreated sewage were released into the River Thames and

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its tributaries between 2012 and 2014. In January ten is what an

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admitted sewage spills from treatment works in Aylesbury,

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Didcot, Henley and Little Marlow and the pumping station in little more

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in Oxford. The company admitted failing to control waste from a

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plant in Arborfield. After receiving a record fine at Aylesbury Crown

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Court Thames Water said it has invested millions in new equipment

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since the offences. We have learned our lesson. There have been sweeping

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far reaching changes across the waste water business. That has

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included more people, more and better systems and more investment.

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That is beginning to pay off. Performance has improved

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considerably and we are also doing a lot of work which we are proud of in

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partnership with environmental groups across area. The court case

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followed a three-year investigation by the Environment Agency. These

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girl was enormous and the pattern of offending was disturbing. It was not

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because there had been new conditions and permits by us, it was

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because basic equipment, screens and pumps were not maintained, repaired

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or replaced. Thames Water has paid for new fencing to keep cattle away

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from the water but the farmer cannot understand why the polish and got

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out of control and for so long. -- pollution. Highly irresponsible that

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such a large company with such large profit margins are polluting our

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waterways. It should not happen. The judge described Thames Water's

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failings of diabolical and disgraceful and entirely

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foreseeable. He said all the problems were avoidable by any

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competent operator and summing up the case before that record ?20

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million fine he said, what a dreadful state of affairs. Local

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environmental groups welcomed the fine but as the countryside recovers

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their message is that Thames Water simply did not do its job and must

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change its ways for good. Tobias Ellwood, the MP

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for Bournemouth East, fought to save the life of one

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of the victims of today's More details are emerging this

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evening as police confirm they are treating this

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as a terrorist incident. Foreign office minister

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Tobias Ellwood attempted to give the injured police officer

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mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and stemmed the blood

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flow to the wounds. It's now been confirmed in the last

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hour the police officer is one A number of our MPs have spoken

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of their experiences, describing hearing bangs

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and running to safety. Our political editor Peter Henley

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was in Westminster today Peter, what more do we know

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about Tobias Ellwood? And how he tried to save the life of

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one of the victims? The helicopters are buzzing overhead. Checking the

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Houses of Parliament with reports there may have been a second

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attacker. Tobias Ellwood, a captain in the Royal Green Jackets, he was

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walking across Palace Yard on his way to vote in the House of Commons,

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he realised there was a commotion, he did not work the way he was

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supposed to. He saw the injured policeman, he performed CPR, tried

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to stem the bleeding until the medics arrived, carried on for 15

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minutes. Tobias Ellwood lost his brother in the ballet terrorists

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attacked some years ago -- Bali. He is the one person who you would rely

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on to dive into a situation like that and do what he could to help

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and that is what he did. As a fellow Berkshire MP described.

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We were walking through Palace Yard through the arches when I thought

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I heard some six rounds but it is a very echoey area,

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and that was about 30 metres from where we were at the time.

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Instinctively we crouched down behind the pillars.

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Then we got very quick instructions to head back towards Portcullis

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towards Portcullis House and underneath the roadway.

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At which point my good friend Tobias Ellwood marched

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in a determined fashion in the opposite direction,

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disobeying instruction, but I knew he had a mission in mind,

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and it turned out that he was helping the chap,

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Tell us about security at the Commons. They do must have changed

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over the years. It has increased every few months. You see more

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people with guns. Heavy metal barriers to stop cars going in. This

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is one entrance where cars go in and out quickly. We must think about the

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soft target on Westminster Bridge, the appalling situation for tourists

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coming to visit the centre of our capital, to stand underneath Big

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Ben, usually in a happy mood. That is such a tragic situation with the

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car charging down across them. The House of Commons will be sitting

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tomorrow they have told us. Business as usual. Hopefully tourists will be

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still coming here to Westminster because whatever the motivation of

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this person they were trying to disrupt normal life but normal life

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will go on. Many people are taking

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to social media. We can hear now from another

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of our MPs who was caught Royston Smith the MP

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for Southampton Itchen. When were you aware that something

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had happened outside? I was walking between the palace than portcullis

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house having been to vote and I saw the attacker it turns out lying near

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the gates of the Palace of Westminster and I was immediately

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struck by how many police were, how seriously are and they work, and

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they do work around armed, but there was a lot of commotion, telling

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people to get inside and get away out of the way. The security

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services were remarkable. What is happening now? Are you still in

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lockdown? We are. Everyone has been called into the House of Commons

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chamber for an update and I thought they were going to tell us we could

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leave, and some people are getting into the lobby, but they are not

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rushing out, which they would do if they were cleared to go, so I do not

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know if we are being released yet. Outside of the crime scene. They do

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not know if there is a second attacker. We are safer here however

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inconvenient that maybe. What is the mood amongst all of you there and

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the people who work in Westminster? Not just the MPs. Everyone is

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shocked. We know these things can happen. We expect that they will

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happen from time to time and our security services are always porting

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these attacks but when something happens like this, speculation is

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rife, everyone is trying to work out what has happened and then you hear

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that has been another fatality and it is one of the security forces and

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it has been an innocent lady, it gets worse. The mood is pretty

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sombre but defiant. The house will sit tomorrow and things will

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continue and we will not allow this to stop us getting on with our

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lives. Thank you. Still in lockdown at Westminster. We will talk at the

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end of the programme on this matter. A businessman from Hampshire has

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been found not guilty of the manslaughter of one

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of his closest friends in a boating Aaron Brown was driving

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a jet-powered rib with Ryan McKinlay on board when it crashed

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into the back of his Our reporter was at

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Winchester Crown Court. The minutes just before

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the fatal accident where Here the turbo jet rib was being

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piloted by a hired skipper. Moments later Aaron Brown took

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the helm with tragic results. Ryan McKinley was a 36-year-old

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father of one from Gosport. He had been friends with Mr Brown

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since there were teenagers. The jury was shown footage

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filmed by his wife Fran, It showed the rib with her

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husband on-board colliding Prosecutors here at Winchester Crown

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Court said that Mr McKinley's death was foreseeable and avoidable

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and said that Aaron Brown had been Mr Brown said in hindsight he had

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been driving too fast but that he did not realise it

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at the time and denied that he had Aaron Brown cried with relief

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when he was acquitted. Ryan McKinlay was a friend I had

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known for more than 20 years. Ryan's death will haunt me

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for the rest of my life, but I know that nothing can compare

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to his family's loss. My thoughts are, and always

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have been, with them. Out of respect to them,

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I will not be making Aaron Brown's defence team had

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called it a tragic accident. Later in the programme:

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The four-year-old with leukaemia who was inspired by her role model

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to become a nurse herself. 70 jobs are set to go at Hampshire

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based ordnance survey. The government owned company,

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based in Southampton, They say the job losses are part

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of a restructuring programme and existing staff will have

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to apply for new jobs or take A consultation involving staff ad

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two unions is expected It's a religious relic

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from one of the most pivotal parts of our history,

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and now visitors to The Vyne Tudor mansion near Basingstoke can immerse

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themselves in a ritual that was last performed before one of our most

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controversial monarchs. A rare catholic mass from 1535 has

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been recreated, in sound, in minute detail and,

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as Ben Moore reports, it means visitors can now go back

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in time to experience for themselves The last time this Catholic mass

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resonated around these walls In the congregation

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was King Henry VIII. The chapel as it would've been

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experienced here is not as you would think a parish church,

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you wouldn't have come in and sat down at the pew

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and listened to a service. In fact the Lord of the house

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would have sat above and looked down and experienced the worship

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going on before him. Choir boys singing the mass,

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the priest at the altar, it would have been a completely

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different experience The re-creation in immersive sound

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of Lady Mass at The Vyne Tudor mansion means you can hear

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a different part of the service Bringing it to life has been

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a pilgrimage, taking sound technicians as far as Worcester

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to record a rare Tudor organ. What you're trying to do is create

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an audio illusion so that if you were to walk into the chapel

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and close your eyes, you would hopefully get

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the impression there was a service, Obviously if you open your eyes

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there is no one there. These sounds accompanied

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a pivotal moment in history. Henry was on a royal progress

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visiting his Lords to shore up This is the very place that

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on the 17th of October 1535 Henry would have been to listen

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to the mass. It was not just about

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religious worship. His courtiers said it was the only

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time they could guarantee the king was sitting still long enough

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to deal with matters of state. During this mass the King might have

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secured the loyalty of William, The other people who are rumoured

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to have been involved in the rebellion do indeed rebel,

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but Sands, the owner of The Vyne, doesn't, so visits like this

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can help to get people onside, helped cement

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the Reformation, so it is really Just 20 years after Henry's death

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this mass was replaced with a simpler English version

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but with the political undertones in the past they can now meet

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the present in perfect harmony. The outgoing head of British Olympic

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sailing has told South Today that he questioned whether he was

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doing the right thing, in taking up a new role

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with British Cycling. Stephen Park has been involved in GB

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sailing success for over 25 years. He's shortly to move

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to a sport which has suffered many negative headlines,

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including allegations I went to chat with Stephen

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in Hamble today, as he prepares A double Olympian as a competitor

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followed by 20 years as administrator and manager

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of British Sailing. As he prepares for a shift from sea

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to land Stephen Park is heading into choppier

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waters than he is leaving. 20 years working on the Olympic

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programme, 16 years managing the British sailing team,

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some fantastic performances at Really excited about the opportunity

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with British Cycling. Everyone is well aware

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there is plenty of challenges within British Cycling

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at the moment. Rio saw plenty of cycling success

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despite those negative headlines. Park took the job of

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British Cycling's new performance In the ensuing three months

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he could been forgiven It would probably be a little bit

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disingenuous to suggest that I have not had those thoughts at some time

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because you wake up in the morning and you read the stories

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in the paper and you think, Park's outgoing Olympics as sailing

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manager saw GB top the medal table in Rio with three

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golds and a silver. But for a personal highlight

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Hamble-based Park went The final race of the star

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class in Beijing in 2008. Iain Percy, Andrew Simpson,

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surfing down the last to the finish The 2020 Olympics remain Park's

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focus but while he is in the velodrome he is confident GB

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sailing can stay on track as well. I think the sport is in good stead

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and I have absolutely no doubt they are going to be going to Tokyo

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and we will come home again as one We wish him success. The weather is

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not as good in Manchester! Southampton pair James Ward-Prowse

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and Nathan Redmond could make their full England debuts this

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evening, in the friendly The two players received

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their maiden senior call-ups for Gareth Southgate's

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first match as permanent They have both been named on the

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bench in the last few minutes. Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser

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could also make his full Scotland Oxford United missed

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a chance to close the gap on the top six in League One,

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as they went down at home Oxford were 2-0 down

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when Kane Hemmings bundled them some But a Chey Dunkley own goal

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made it 3-1 to Bolton. And, despite Chris Maguire's pulling

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Oxford back into it, Bolton added a fourth before

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the end. Poole Speedway manager

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Neil Middleditch says he's set himself a target of winning ten

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British speedway titles. After three successive championship

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wins, Poole missed out last year. They held their traditional

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pre-season Press Day today. Their competitive season starts

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on Monday, as they defend I would like to win ten. I have a

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few years left in me yet and I think Matt and I have a good partnership

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together. Matt loves the club as much as I do and that is a key

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factor in our success, the fact we feel for the club. You not that

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summer is starting when the cricket and the speedway starts.

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Clara Markiewicz was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia

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Spending months in hospital and undergoing numerous operations,

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the nurses around her quickly became her role models.

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But now she's in training in Southampton to become a child

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cancer nurse herself, and her career has already taken

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At the age of four hospital was a home from home

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Doctors had diagnosed her with acute myeloid leukaemia.

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She was seriously ill and her parents had been

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told that she had a 40% chance of survival.

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There were often days when you would wake up and one

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of your playmates was not there anymore and your mum

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would have to try to explain it to you in a way that was not scary

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for you, the reality was only about 40% of us in that ward left.

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Thanks to a specialist clinical trial, four rounds of chemotherapy

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and several operations she came through the treatment

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The treatment is cruel, it is really tough.

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It is almost worse than the disease sometimes.

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It is really strong stuff, a necessary evil, there's

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If it hadn't been for the care I had, for the nurses

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who were there, every day, every night, every

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morning, I would not have these role models to look up

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to and these people that made life so much easier when it was

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Claro began her studies at Southampton University

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In December BBC Radio 1 made a documentary featuring

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the 19-year-old's decision to become a child oncology nurse.

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As it did the rounds on social media her face rang a bell with one

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There's not many people in the world called Clara and then

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it was Clara's last name, which is Markiewicz,

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which is a name that you would never forget,

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One day, maybe in my third or fourth day here, I was sitting in the staff

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room having my lunch, and this woman walks in and you know

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when you are drawn to someone and you are not entirely sure why?

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So I was awkwardly trying to look at her name badge and she saw me

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looking and she looked at me and she looked at everyone else

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And she stood up and she was like, it is Clara!

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I hadn't seen her for so long and we had a big hug.

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Kate was the nurse who had been present when Clara

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15 years on the two have been reunited on the children's ward

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This time Kate is keeping an eye on her for different reasons.

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One thing I think is amazing is that she has decided to come

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into not only nursing, which is a fantastic

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profession, but she has come into children's nursing,

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and that is what I was truly blown away by, because it is great

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that she has gone full circle and she can come and contribute.

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Sometimes on the ward if it has been a tough day I am like, well,

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remember what it is like to be on the other side of things,

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and that gives you another aspect and another perspective,

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As a little girl the odds were against her.

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But the nurses have always been behind her and as she continues her

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degree in nursing Clara longs to make a difference to the lives

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We wish her all the best in the future with her new career.

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Springs through everything it could act as today. We had chilli winds,

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sharp showers and plenty of sunshine as well. Quite a story to tell. It

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was grey this morning. By lunchtime, it was looking much brighter here.

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By tea-time, some sunshine in Swanage and the blossom stayed on

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the trees. It is the chilly start under clear skies at first but

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showers make their way in through the second part of the night so dry

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to start but the rain that moved west to east through the day starts

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to move east to west overnight. Some heavy outbreaks at times. Under

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cloudy skies looking at lows of five Celsius by Don. Strong winds

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overnight. Tomorrow, dull, damp start with further rain to come

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through the morning for most places. The further north you are the more

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likely you are to the wet weather. Along the coast we have pretty sharp

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showers once again. In the best of the brightness 10 Celsius is our top

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temperature but a key north-westerly wind will keep temperatures in tech.

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Tomorrow evening, low pressure feeding and showers. It is very

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stubborn and does not seem to want to move away. Most places milder

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overnight, seven Celsius. Looking ahead to Friday, that stop an area

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of low pressure still with us through the morning. You can see the

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high pressure developing which pushes the low-pressure away and it

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starts to take control as we head into the weekend. A much more

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promising outlook for Saturday and Sunday. Cloudy with showers through

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tomorrow and 18 north-easterly wind. Friday, cloudy with the threat of

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rain for a time but the further north you are the more likely to

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have a dry day with bright spells, some sunshine per house for most

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places by the end of the day and temperatures getting up to double

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figures. The weekend, some bright spells through Saturday and the

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temperatures on the rise but a leak easterly breeze will make things

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feel a little bit cooler. Much the same story for Sunday, more cloud as

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well. Let's return to our

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main story tonight. Four people have been killed

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and 20 injured in a terror A police officer and a person

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believed to be the attacker Much of the area around the Houses

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of Parliament has been sealed off. Our Political Editor

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Peter Henley is there. This is an attack at the heart of

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the establishment. Yes, an attack was feared that the heart of the

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British government and today those fears were realised. Police forces

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here and in the south than the rest of the UK will be reassessing their

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security measures and thinking about how to plan for things like sporting

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events and incidents in towns and cities. Security measures at

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military bases will potentially be reassessed. The head of MI6 said

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recently that terrorism threat to the UK is at an unprecedented level.

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The terror threat has been severe since 2014 meaning an attack is

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highly likely. Today that attack arrived back in the UK. Thank you.

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We are going to leave you this evening with a live shot of

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Westminster which is in lockdown with many places sealed off.

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Continuing coverage on the BBC News Channel and an extended ten o'clock

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minutes. -- news. Goodbye.

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