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This is about offering local people a choice between NHS

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An evacuee returns to the grand estate in Hampshire where she spent

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Butler, cook, housemaids, parlourmaid, chauffeur -

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They were here and they looked after us.

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And why Puff is wheely, wheely happy with a new lease of life thanks

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It began as night of high spirits but ended in the most

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tragic way possible - a father of ten left

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for dead after a night out on the Isle of Wight

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49-year-old Gary Stacey had been assaulted and died from brain

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Today, the 21-year-old law student charged in relation to his death

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Ryan Cooper denies the charge and claims he was defending himself.

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James Ingham reports from Winchester Crown Court.

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The jury at this trial have been told there is no dispute that

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a punch killed this man, Gary Stacey.

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But they'll have to decide whether Ryan Cooper threw that

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punch in self defence, as he claims, or whether as

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the prosecution say, he was spoiling for a fight.

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Outlining the case, the prosecution said Cooper had recently split from

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his girlfriend. He had got together with a group of friends and been

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drinking heavily. He had also used drugs which he told friends about an

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a Facebook message. OMG, I just did the biggest line of cocaine, he

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wrote. A little later he messaged, I feel like I am invisible. Sorted

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head right out. Also half a litre of vodka helped. The group went to buy

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a new port and continued drinking. Cooper posted another message. The

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Isle of Wight is so different, there are no fights, everyone is scared.

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Later in this street, Cooper and his friends were approached by Mr

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Stacey. The jewellery was shown CCTV footage of the moment he threw two

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punches. The first missed but the second did not. We are not able to

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broadcast these pictures that they showed Mr Stacey falling to the

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ground, he fractured his skull, sustaining brain damage. Doctors

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were unable to save him. The following day, Cooper told friends

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Mr Stacey had been threatening him, swearing and shouting. He said Mr

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Stacey had stormed over to him. I thought he was going to hit me, he

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said, so I jabbed him to get away. Cooper says he threw the punch in

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self defence. This trial is expected to last at least two weeks.

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Private health care within the NHS is generating tens of millions

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A growing number of beds for paying patients is being offered

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as health bosses seek to transform their finances

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St Richard's Hospital in Chichester now offers 20 beds

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At Southampton General, an extra ?5 million was generated

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through private care last year alone.

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While at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, more than 5,000 patients

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Earlier, a new unit treating up to 800 private patients a year

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opened at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital.

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Our health correspondent, David Fenton, is there for us now.

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David, this is becoming increasingly big business.

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It is, and as you can see, a big event here and I, 120 people

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expected. The manager of Bournemouth football club is also coming along.

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They have been doing this for a few years now and have raised ?3 million

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from the private work and are hoping to make a lot more. An empty bed you

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do not see many of those in NHS hospitals that this bed is for

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private patients only. Within the unit, we have Poole ensuite bedrooms

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fully equipped with satellite TVs and a treatment room and two

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consulting rooms. All proceeds undertaken here goes back into the

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NHS to fund equipment, staffing facilities. Every single penny comes

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back into the NHS. And this treatment room I am very proud of.

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This unit will treat 800 patients a year. People like Dan, who has

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leukaemia. He is on a trial drug that is not available on the NHS. I

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cannot pick up the NHS enough, they have done an amazing job for myself

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and other patients. Having that private opportunity as well, if you

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can get the money and funding, is a win. It may sound strange, treating

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private patients inside public hospitals, but it is a way of

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bringing not much needed cash and the NHS, ?4 million a year at this

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hospital. This is not privatisation of the NHS, this is about offering

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local people a choice between NHS care and private care and what we

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know is that there are still a significant number of people

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actually want private care. In the first private patient will arrive

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next week. It is a very swish looking unit but I am now joined by

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Tony. Can you really put a hand in your heart and say your NHS patients

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will not suffer in any way because of the money and work you're doing

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here for private patients? Absolutely. This venture is about

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providing private care to those who wanted but also ensuring the money

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we draw from this is used to sport NHS services. No NHS patient should

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displaced. No delays, problems, lack of staff? What we have seen over the

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years is our private services enhancing the NHS service. What will

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you spend the money on? We will buy more state-of-the-art equipment and

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kit that will enable us to provide a wider range of services to NHS

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patients. Thank you so much. From myself and everyone here, back to

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you. Foreign Office minister

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Tobias Ellwood, who tried to save the life of PC Keith Palmer

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who was fatally stabbed in the Westminster terror attack,

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has described what happened last He was responding to comments

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from Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, who paid tribute

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to Mr Ellwood's I am very grateful for her kind

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remarks. I make it clear that I was one of many that stepped forward on

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that dark day and our thoughts and prayers remain with those families

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and friends of victims, including our own PC.

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Security is being stepped up around Windsor Castle during the Changing

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of the Guard ceremony following the Westminster attack.

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Thames Valley Police say extra barriers have been put in place

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around the royal residence in Berkshire, which attracts

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hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.

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Here's our home affairs correspondent, Pete Cooke.

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Winsor's latest line of defence against those who might be intent on

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chaos. These barriers appeared late yesterday. The aim, to stop another

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Westminster style attack and provide extra protection to be changing of

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the guards ceremony. So were the necessary? Not very pretty but we

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realise they are a necessity now, which is a shame, but that is what

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we have delivered these days. I don't mind. People come first, then

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business. This man has lived opposite the barracks for more than

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20 years. She was only told about the new security measures last

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night. It is better than what was before, which was a car in the

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middle of the road at an angle across the road, a police car. That

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would not have stopped something like Westminster happening. Thames

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Valley Police say the changes were a precaution but there was no specific

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threat to Windsor. They added the measures would remain in place for

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the foreseeable future. As we continue to face these lone wolf

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forms of terrorism, it is likely we will see more security barriers of

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this nature appear in places across the south and country.

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Serial fly-tippers who've dumped hazardous waste on the New Forest

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have been accused of putting people and animals at risk.

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Potentially deadly asbestos is amongst the material dumped

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The National Trust says cleaning up after a series of 15 incidents

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so far this year has cost thousands of pounds.

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It's one of the most beautiful parts of the New Forest and a site

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But Furzley Common near West Wellow has become a dumping

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Time and again, household rubbish, building materials and even

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dangerous asbestos has been tipped on this National Trust land.

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Everybody likes to walk around in it.

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You've got animals and everything wandering around here, dog walkers.

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And to leave hazardous materials here, it is

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What on earth do these people think they are doing?

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So disheartening. All these animals are walking around. There are sharp

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edges and goodness knows what. It is so unpleasant and

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infuriating. Furzley Common isn't

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the only part of the forest A big pile of old tyres was also

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left on National Trust land at Linwood on the western side

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of the forest. In the last week alone,

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we have had over four different fly-tipping incidents

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in the last seven days. I would estimate that has cost us

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?3000 in National Trust charitable funds, which could be

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spent on conservation. In 2017 alone, we are up to 15

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separate incidents of fly-tipping. Across the south of England

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fly-tipping is on the rise. Last year, there were

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nearly 38,000 cases, Back on the New Forest,

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there are calls for greater vigilance by residents

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to catch those responsible. The district council says it's

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working with the National Trust to investigate the recent

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series of incidents. With the lighter evenings, there is

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plenty of opportunity to get out and about although there is rain in the

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forecast. I will have the details for you shortly.

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A father has been found guilty of murdering his three-month-old son

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who died after he was thrown vigorously against a hard surface.

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Robert Hinz, 34, from Bournemouth, claimed he tried to revive his son,

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Julian, who suffered severe skull fractures last April.

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Julian died in hospital the following day when doctors

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Hinz will will be sentenced at a later date.

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Their fathers were killed whilst serving their country.

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Now 18-year-old Molly from Poole and 19-year-old Poppy from Swindon

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are off on an adventure their dads would be proud of.

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They're heading to Nepal to help rebuild a school.

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It's being facilitated by a charity specifically set up to help children

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who've lost parents in the Armed Forces.

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Laura Trant has been to meet Molly and Poppy.

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Two daughters sharing memories of the fathers. Poppy's dad was in the

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RAF but was killed in a Hercules crash over Iraq in 2005. Molly's

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father died in Afghanistan. He was in the special forces. He is put the

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stickers on the front of his motorbike for the numbers and he

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called me my mocking mascot. I just remember when he was packing or his

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staff, he told me to jump on the bed and play musical the stereo in the

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bedroom. He was always really excited to be going away so I was

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helping impact. Grief has been a difficult journey for the girls and

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their families. One of the things that has helped is the support of

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the children's trust which aims to help children whose parents died

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while serving their country. We have made friends and also the staff give

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our support 20 47 if we need them. That is really helpful because we

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have our family and friends but it is good to have that bit of extra

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support is well on the side. The charity is now helping them bark on

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an adventure. This Saturday, they are heading to Nepal. They will help

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rebuild school destroyed in the earthquake two years ago when 9000

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people died. I cannot wait to give something back to the villagers who

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lost so much in the earthquake. Making a difference in such small

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way in our own way is better than not doing anything at all. The

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children's trust supports 110 children. The charity intends to

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extend the work it does the children of police, ambulance and fire crew

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who died in service. It's from a memoir that's

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just been published Marjory Rae Lewis was one

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of hundreds of thousands of children evacuated

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during the Second World War but Marjory's experience

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was a little different. She was sent from London to the lap

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of luxury in a grand It was an extraordinary experience

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but, as the book explains, for Marjory, the war also meant

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the agony of a tragic romance. It is goodbye to the cities and

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danger areas. 1939 and hundreds of thousands of children head out of

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the cities toward safety. For many, it was a frightening experience but,

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or 13-year-old Marjorie Ray Lewis, a step into a world of luxury. This is

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a wonderful house, beautiful. Marjorie was evacuated from London

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here with her brother. Or because her mother, a dressmaker, had

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received an offer from an aristocratic client. One lady said,

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your children must be the only two children left in London. What they

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like to come and live with my husband and I? We do not have any

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children, we have always longed for children. We would be helping the

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war effort by having them. So Hardman Leaver was a baronet and

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senior civil servant. He and his wife treated Marjorie and her

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brother as their own children. I thought it was my fairy godmother.

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This is the first time Marjorie has been back inside in the 70 years.

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This was the bathroom. Very different. There was a butler, Cook,

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housemaids, parlourmaid, show for, you name it, they were here and they

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looked up to us. But it was wartime food rationing and not all that

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luxurious. Marjorie was confirmed in St Mary 's Church nearby but within

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a few years there was a new claim on her heart. Back in London,

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Marjorie's mother became a landlady to a group of Belgian resistance

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fighters. One was the one Marjorie returned briefly for a Christmas

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party. This very tall Belgian officer came over to me and said,

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would you like to dance? I said yes, I would. It took a bit of adjustment

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because he was six foot four and I was five foot two. He was very

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charming, had a wonderful smile and, after a week or ten days, you told

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me he had fallen in love with me. I was smitten with him. He promised

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Marjorie that when the war ended, you would return to marry her. Soon

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afterwards, he parachuted into Nazi occupied Belgium. I never saw him

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again. I read in the paper that he had been executed by the Germans.

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Sean was nicknamed spider on account of his long legs. While awaiting

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execution he used his prayer book to send Marjorie a final message. This

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is my last present. He has gone for ever, forgotten spider. Kings were

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the court was taken over by the Hampshire Fire authority and

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Marjorie and believe thes had to move out. The house is now being

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used as offices for local government that the Marjorie it remains steeped

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in memories. It is so emotional, really. I just cannot believe that I

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was here once. A huge thank you to Marjorie for sharing her memories

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with us. They are extraordinary, amazing. We are talking cricket. The

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day is getting longer, we start to think about the new cricket season,

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but big changes. A lot of talk going on about what

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will change. They are saying, we need to bring

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some of that back to the English game.

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The counties, including those here in the South,

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gave unanimous backing today to plans for an historic change

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to domestic cricket, labelled a watershed moment

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Hampshire's Ageas Bowl is a favourite to be among the eight

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sites chosen to stage a new T20 league inspired by popular

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Surrey's home, the Oval, is another likely venue.

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County chiefs were shown the blueprint for the game

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Most are now backing the changes for the league,

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The aim is for some games to be shown on terrestrial television.

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Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry says he hasn't fully recovered

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from treatment for a cancerous tumour but has thanked those

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who've supported him through what he referred

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to as a very tough time in his career and life.

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The former England batsman is back playing with Hampshire in preseason

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He said in a statement tonight he's looking forward

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He also asked for privacy as he continues to deal with the illness.

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Now, the boys of Thomas Hardye School may not

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Tomorrow, they take on Dr Challinoor's school

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from Amersham in the Vase Final of the school's Rugby National Cup.

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Our reporter, Andy Birkett, has been along to see them.

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They are friends on an off the field, they celebrate reaching the

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Twickenham final. That game is on the past now and these lads will

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swap these gates for the gates of rugby headquarters. They will be far

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from a madding crowd but it is not about that. It is a great buzz.

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Staff are saying congratulations. The kits are getting packed on the

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back, everyone wants to come with us. And you can see why. It is a

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first for the school to send a team to Twickenham and following the

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emphatic victory in the semifinal, confidence is high. It is a team of

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mates and everyone knows the job. Being loud and bossy, shouting at

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them and keeping them going. I had pictured walking out through the

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tunnel into a massive stadium. It is hard to focus on anyone else --

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anything. I am not tried to be cocky or anything but if we can play how

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we play day in, day out, we will be OK. The number eight, the forward

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pack, but the backs also possess talent. Despite the sparkling

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performance in the semifinal capped off by a hat-trick of tries, the

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playmaker remains humble. It is great doing it for my mates because

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we are such a close bunch and to go out and do it for each other is what

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it is all about. The big question, is running out on the hallowed turf

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enough or does the result really matter? Of course it matters because

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it makes that memory more of a positive one stop you do not want to

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go to Twickenham and lose. It is still amazing to play their bid the

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wind there is much better. Kick-off 11 o'clock tomorrow and you can

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watch online. Last week, I was at Poole Town -

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the club facing possible relegation despite chasing promotion

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from National League South. Today, the club have been given

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a verbal assurance that the stadium improvements they've made

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at the Tatnum ground are sufficient for them to stay playing

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in their league into next season. If they were promoted,

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more work is likely to be needed. Now, things seemed bleak when pet

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dog Puffy was paralysed after being struck by a car,

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shattering part of her spine. But she's enjoying a new lease

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of life thanks to the generosity Although surgery couldn't fix

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the damage, a fundraising appeal has helped pay for a set of wheels that

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take the weight off her back legs. It means she's now up

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and about with just A stroll and a roll in the spring

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sunshine is an indication of just how far this couple and their pet

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pooch, Puffy, have come. It's two years since she ran

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out in front of a car But after months of therapy,

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and finally with these new wheels, this Chinese Crested Powderpuff has

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regained a quality of life that She seemed so happy and she has a

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real will and determination to give her that chance. Her first wheels

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were a DIY job but were enough to prove the getting proper support was

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worthwhile. The wheels not only support Puffy -

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they have inbuilt pads to exercise her paralysed back legs,

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helping build core strength Part of her slow recovery has been

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twice weekly sessions at the UK's top canine aquatic therapy unit

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here in Newbury. Walking on a treadmill

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while supported by the water has She has always been a really

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positive dog, she has never let it get to her, she has always wanted to

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do things. She was paraplegic when she first came here.

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They cost ?1,500 - that money raised in just a few

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days through donations to an online appeal.

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The response we have had is overwhelming. I could never have

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expected it and we are so grateful to everyone. There is nothing better

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than watching her charging around the field, getting out and about,

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doing things a normal dog should be able to do. She has that freedom

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back. Although she'll never walk unaided,

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thanks to her new wheels, Nick Lucas took this

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photo of the mist dawn Andrew Potter photographed Old Harry

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Rocks in today's bright spells. And Ginny Boxall captured blossom

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in the sunshine in Alton. Beautiful evening. Alexis is in

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Totton in Hampshire. A lot of activity going on behind you. That's

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right. We have had a lot of sunshine today and that has brought people

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out although the cloud is increasing. We will turn on settled

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for the rest of this week. Let's take a look at the satellite

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picture. A swathe of cloud out to the west of the UK, bringing us

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rain. But decent sunny spells already. The cloud is increasing.

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One or two close both initially the night but through the course of the

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night patchy rain or move on settled for the rest of this week. Let's

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take a look at the satellite picture. A swathe of cloud out to

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the west of the UK, bringing us rain. But decent sunny spells

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already. The cloud is increasing. One or two close both initially the

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night but through the course of the night patchy rain or moving from the

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West are mainly light and patchy, with temperatures dropping into

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double figures, loads of 10-11 C. Temperatures tomorrow morning will

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be 11 Celsius at 8am, a good deal of cloud, outbreaks of rain but through

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the course of the day the rain will ease and by lunchtime, it should be

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dry everywhere. Bright and sunny spells although more cloud tomorrow

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than today. If you do have any sunshine tomorrow, temperatures

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could reach a high of 14-15 C. A pleasant afternoon, dry day in

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general. Tomorrow night, a repeat performance of the night. The cloud

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will increase, clear spells, but the chance of light patchy rain. Another

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mild night with temperatures falling to 10-11 C. A fair amount of cloud

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over the next few days. A lot of cloud tomorrow. That should dent and

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break to allow the Sunnis bus tomorrow afternoon with a high of 14

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Celsius. On Thursday, temperatures will shoot up to 17 or 18 Celsius.

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Cloud with hazy sunshine and a warm dry day in general. Rain at times on

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Friday and the chance of Dundry showers on Saturday but Sunday will

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be the dry day of the weekend. From a very active Park in Totton, back

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to you in the studio. Every time we turn around...

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