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Welcome to South Today, I'm Allen Sinclair.

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Tonight, we ask why the Isle of Wight's NHS boss has

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resigned without warning, just days ahead of a report

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Why the landowner involved fears the Stonehenge bypass scheme

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All these barrows are on the ridges, looking down into that valley.

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Painting the problems of the Middle East in a new light.

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How an art project here is forging friendships.

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And saying so long after 72 years in the same salon.

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This isn't just my ordinary business - someone comes in and buys

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It's a much more personal contact them back.

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The chief executive of the troubled Isle of Wight NHS trust has

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resigned, just days ahead of the publication of a report

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Karen Baker is stepping down from the top job two weeks

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after concern was raised that the trust could be put

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She said the latest CQC report would contain important messages.

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The trust has confirmed she won't receive any kind

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Our health correspondent, David Fenton, is on the Isle

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It is clearly the report due out in 12 days' time. She has seen it, I

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haven't, but it will not be good. The trust will come in for a

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slating. The CQC criticises people all the time. Cheap executives do

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not resign though. But when they do, it tends to be because the

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leadership is called into question. We do not know if that is what the

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report is saying, but today Karen Baker said in her resignation letter

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that the trust needed a new pair of eyes to look at the problems it

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faces and to move things forward. What does this say about the

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standard of health services on the island? It does not say much. They

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had been problems for some time. In December 2016, mental health

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services were told they needed drastic improvement. In January, the

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hospital cancelled 260 operations and had to move patients to the

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mainland. And in March, an improvement director was put in to

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turn things around. We have been on the island today, talking to

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patients and public about what they think of the services.

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I suffer from clinical depression and anxiety and borderline

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I have a complete and utter total lack of confidence.

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I know that there are problems everywhere in the NHS,

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but I think that they do a marvellous job.

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I can't criticise it is at all, not for me and not for my family.

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I wouldn't choose to go to St Mary's.

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When I've been to the hospital, all the staff have been amazing.

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And children's ward is just so lovely.

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The strange thing about the island is that almost all of the health

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services is all run by the same trust and the CQC has looked all a

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bit so it will be a big report. We will look at this, particularly the

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mental health services, which will come under a lot of criticism, over

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the next few days, if anything has anyone to say they can get in touch

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with me on this e-mail, and we will give you a full report on the day

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the CQC investigation is published in 12 days' time.

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The pilot and owner of a plane that ditched into the sea off the Sussex

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coast yesterday says the engine cut out at an altitude

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Ian Perry swam to shore with his passenger after the light

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aircraft came down into the water shortly after take-off

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from Shoreham Airport, where he runs a flying school.

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Insurance assessors have been examining the plane today.

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A lorry driver's died after his HGV left the road on the M27 motorway

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The 58-year-old was taken to hospital in Portsmouth

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The vehicle left the carriageway, ending up on the hard shoulder.

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The motorway was closed westbound for nearly six hours to allow

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the air ambulance to land and repairs to be carried out.

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On a day when Britain's Defence Secretary called on other Nato

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members to increase their military spending, a senior retired naval

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commander from Portsmouth has questioned whether some of our armed

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Rear Admiral Chris Parry says, when it comes to taking

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on emerging threats, like Russia and China,

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the UK simply doesn't have enough personnel or the right equipment

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Our reporter, Joe Campbell, joins us now from Portsmouth.

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Admiral Parry was the man who, when he worked at the Ministry

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of Defence, warned his political masters about instability

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due to mass migration from the Middle East and a resurgent

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Russia, so he has a track record of spotting looming problems.

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His comments come on the day when press reports have suggested

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a looming ?10 billion black hole in the military budget.

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The Navy's new carriers, which are due to arrive

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here in Portsmouth over the next few years, are the government's flagship

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policy when it comes to military spending.

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But some question whether they've been built on the cheap and,

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even worse, whether cuts to the rest of the Navy would leave them

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vulnerable in the face of a serious military adversary.

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It's no good just scooting around the carrier.

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You have to have the escorts, you have to have the support ships,

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the surveillance and everything that goes with it.

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So, unless we have this balanced capability,

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it'll be no more, frankly, than some of the capabilities we've

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had in the past and totally unsuited for the world in which we have

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hypersonic missiles, unmanned aircraft, unmanned systems

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and highly capable platforms operated by our potential opponents.

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The old adage was that a military that was prepared for war

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could easily change down a gear for other roles, like peace-keeping

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The concern is that, after years of operations

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against insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq, we're less able

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to face down nation states like Russia and China,

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who've been flexing their military muscle.

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As you might expect from a naval man, Admiral Parry is particularly

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concerned about the impact of recent years on our seagoing power.

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If we aspire to a global role after we leave from Europe,

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the sea is the physical manifestation of the World Wide Web.

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And if we are not strong at sea, if we are not there to defend our

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interests and deter our enemies, then that will count for nothing.

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Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon,

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meeting his US counterpart today, has been stressing we're the only

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other treaty member to meet Nato's 2% spending target,

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but he also added the military couldn't escape the pressure

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Government plans to build a ?1.4 billion tunnel to hide

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the A303 at Stonehenge have been criticised by the woman who farms

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Three conservation bodies have already expressed their concern

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at the proposals, designed to relieve one of the South's

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They've now been joined by landowner Rachel Hosier,

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who's spoken exclusively to the BBC's Inside Out programme.

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Stonehenge is one of our top tourist attractions but our experience

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This is the sound of the A303, the main route

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It often grinds to a standstill because it can't cope with demand.

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We've got 24,000 vehicles a day on this road, going up to 30,000

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That's not good for road users, it's not good for the local

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residents and also it's not good for the setting of this

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Now a ?1.4 billion scheme to reroute the road through a tunnel and widen

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it to a dual carriageway is undergoing public consultation.

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But Rachel Hosier is not happy because it will pass

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through her land, which is littered with burial mounds, including one

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of Britain's richest Bronze Age burial sites at Bush Barrow.

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It's named because it's got the bush on it.

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So they left Bush Barrow man in there and then they took

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all the pots and all the gold and all the exciting

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Within 500 metres of Bush Barrow is where the Western entrance would go.

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I feel very upset. I cannot see a worst place. All bees barrows are on

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the ridges, looking down into that valley. Paying homage to a road!

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World Heritage Site, need I say more? What does the man in charge of

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the proposed scheme have to say? We are still in consultation and taking

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the view on the best way forward. Earlier this month, more than 20

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archaeologists registered their objection to the scheme. They are

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concerned the tonne's entrance will destroy the view of the sunset.

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Construction will possibly start in 2020.

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And there is more on this story on Inside Out at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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Hampshire Police say they're looking for two men who were seen running

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from Watts Park in Southampton yesterday shortly

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The victim was a 42-year-old man who'd suffered knife

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He's in a serious condition in hospital.

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Police say the men they're looking for are black.

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One wore a grey hoodie and the other had a black coat.

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A quarter of children are falling behind in their first year at school

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because nurseries don't have enough qualified teachers.

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That's according to a study by Save the Children.

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It's now calling on the Government to ensure all nurseries have

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But while parents have welcome the idea, they're also concerned

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Love, laughter and learning - that's the ethos behind

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The activities here are supported by qualified teachers to get

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a good start in key areas like maths and English.

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But a new report by Save the Children has revealed that

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generally struggling toddlers aren't getting the support they need.

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As a result, one in four is falling behind in the first year of school.

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It's very important for all our staff to have an underpinning

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knowledge of children's development so that they can tune

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in to children, but they need to have a holistic approach.

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What's most important for children is for them to have warm

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affirming relationships with their carers and teachers.

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A quarter of parents surveyed said they were worried their child would

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Half were concerned about sending their child to nursery

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without a qualified teacher and three quarters believed

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it was the government's responsibility to ensure

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there were teachers in all nurseries.

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But that would require a major recruitment drive to find an extra

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3,200 nursery teachers in our region.

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The shortage is being blamed on the fact nurseries are struggling

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with recruitment costs and funding pressures so those likely to foot

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I think they're highly qualified as it is and I've got two

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But I do pay a lot of money so, if I do have more qualified people

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in nursery settings, would I be happy to pay for it?

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Dr Jo Blanden from Portsmouth recently published a study that

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found children with access to teachers only performed slightly

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Our point is that they're really quite small -

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the effects you find in these types of studies compared to the other

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kinds of differencess, say, between rich and poor children.

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When it comes to learning, all the studies conclude

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that the early years are the most important and that everyone involved

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Workers at the Rolls Royce factory at Goodwood are to strike over plans

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to close their final salary pension scheme.

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They're among union members at a number of car plants

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owned by BMW who've voted in favour of stoppages.

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Union leaders will hold a series of meetings in the coming days

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to discuss the action and have urged BMW management to enter talks.

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Stay with us because, coming up, Sam Fraser has the weekend weather,

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We will look ahead to the south coast clash in the Premier League as

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Bournemouth travel to Southampton. Pride and a top half is at stake.

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Homes in west Berkshire were evacuated yesterday

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after a lorry began leaking highly explosive gas.

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A tanker carrying liquid petroleum gas developed a fault

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Firefighters and police cleared the area and residents were sent

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They were allowed back home later in the evening.

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I was walking down the road. I saw a tanker. It was squirting gas from

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it. Police and fire engines were surrounding it. We walked down to

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the shop and the police told us it was a gas leak so we got evacuated.

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Now, two artists are painting the problems of the Middle East

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in a new light by encouraging others to pick up a brush and

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Murad Subay from the Yemen and Lisa Marie Gibbs from Berkshire

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live 4,500 miles apart but they've been linking their local communities

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The aim - to forge friendships and promote peace.

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Two award-winning artists, two very different communities,

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I have a lovely friend who introduced me to the work of

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We wanted to link up on a project and we decided that this might be

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a beautiful project in these really difficult times in Yemen,

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to kind of work together, show solidarity and peace

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Yemen has been in the grip of civil war since 2015.

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So far, it's estimated that over 7,000 men,

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women and children have been killed as a result.

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At a time of war with borders that separate people

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Even if it is for a short time it's an outlet for people who need it

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in such hardship and it also a way for them to seek peace.

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And at the same time, thousands of miles away, men and women

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in Sana and boys and girls in Reading's Dee Park did just that.

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It was a day that made my heart skipped a beat as an artist.

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You never know what's going to happen, if the day

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was going to work and it was just a beautiful day of solidarity and,

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yeah, one of wonder, it was wonderful.

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They may be thousands of miles apart, but Lisa-Marie and Murad

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are not letting that get in their way.

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They are hoping to work on another project linking Yemen and Reading

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in their bid to build bridges through art.

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Onto sport now and Tony's here to look ahead to a big game

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in the Premier League tomorrow as Southampton host Bournemouth.

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A game the complexion of which has changed a little since it was moved

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Bournemouth's resurgence has moved them to the brink

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Seven points from nine, including a draw at Manchester United,

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earned Eddie Howe the Manager of the Month award for March.

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Tomorrow, the Cherries, in 11th, visit a Southampton side gearing up

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for a strong finish and just a place above them in the table.

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When they met in December, the sides were neck and neck in the Premier

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League table. It is the same again tomorrow. We are taking every game

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individually, so starting with Southampton, a special game for the

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football club. We are really looking forward to it. For Claude Puel well,

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victory was a lift. He was rotating his side at the side due to a

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fixture pile-up but now little such talk. He is without Gabbiadini so

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the squirrel two goals and December could start. He cannot see a lot of

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rotation. I think it is important to keep structure of the team but I do

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not know. Perhaps two or three players can change on the game. It

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is billed as a Derby but still an emerging rivalry in Premier League

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terms and there is respect on both sides. He has done a good job. It is

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very difficult to continually lose your best players and still be

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competitive in the Premier League. A real credit to the club. I respect

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this team because I find qualities with technical players, quality of

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the management or so. I think it is a good game. Back-to-back wins in

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the Premier League is difficult to achieve the economic massive

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difference to your season. I would like to think we are looking up now

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rather than behind us. If we can build on those wins, it would be

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great. A win would probably mean different things for these two. For

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Bournemouth, safety, the Southampton, the chance at a top

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eight finish and today's Premier League, neither club can be too

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disappointed with those aims. Reading could take a giant

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stride towards securing They host Leeds at

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the Madejski Stadium. It's a game which pits

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fifth against fourth. A win for the Royals would lift them

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above their opponents and build on a fine win away

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at Sheffield Wednesday We have two enjoy it because we have

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worked hard to be where we are and we are in such a break position so

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now we have to make the most of it and make sure we stay in this

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position. It is the best way to go up if you want to go up.

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While Reading's focus is realistically on the play-offs,

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that's a fate Brighton hope to avoid at all costs.

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Automatic promotion is the only aim for the Albion, who host Blackburn

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Chris Hughton has a clutch of players returning from injury.

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Brighton are just a point behind leaders Newcastle.

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Blackburn are in the division's bottom three, fighting to stay

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in the Championship under a new manager in Tony Mowbray.

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Teams that come to the AMEX coming good form. Sometimes you can get a

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change of manager and things do not change too much, sometimes they do,

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and the form has been very good, and it will be a tough game.

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With Oxford involved in Sunday's Checkatrade Trophy

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final, only Swindon and MK Dons are in League 1 action.

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Swindon go to Fleetwood, MK host Gillingham, Portsmouth can

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move a step closer to promotion when they travel to Hartlepool,

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Pompey have won two of their last three away games.

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You can follow it all across TV radio and online tomorrow,

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including live commentary on BBC local radio.

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Poole rider Sam Sunderland will be part of a strong field

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in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge - the latest stage of the World Cup

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The 27-year-old will be tackling the terrain of the western desert

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in Abu Dhabi and he's been blown away by the response since his Dakar

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It has been really cool. All the people I grew up racing within the

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UK, all the messages and everything, it is really nice. It is back to

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work now. The pressure is now here. Time to go back and fight again. He

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has got good fan base good to him. Now, choosing when to retire

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from work can be a difficult decision, particularly

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if you have a job you love, which is why 93-year-old hairdresser

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Kathleen Privett from Portsmouth has Yes, after an incredible 72 years

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in the family salon, Kathleen's Briony Leyland shared

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a special last day with her. Hairdressing has been a life's work

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for 93-year-old Kathleen Privett. She has grown up and grown

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old in the salon opened by her father in the 1940s

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in the Drayton area of Portsmouth. He encouraged the young

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Kathleen's emerging enthusiasm and she would try out her skills

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on anyone who would let her. My aunt, when she came down, I asked

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if she wanted to help. I felt quite chuffed.

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Kathleen looks back fondly on the experimentation

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One customer took great pains to preserve her "bubble" cut.

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She said she would lay on her face because she did not want to disturb

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it. I thought, how silly! Widowed at the age of just 28

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with three small children, earning a living was important

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but working in the salon has always It is part of your life. It is not

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just an ordinary business, it is much more personal contact them

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back. Kathleen's daughter

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Barbara followed her mum into the business and her

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daughter in law Pat too. suffering from osteoporosis they've

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decided together that's it's time to close the salon

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and enjoy retirement. I feel sorry for the ladies because

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they are like family is all good things must come to an end. Some

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days you could order than others. I am really sad. After coming in all

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this time. You get to know the girls, they are really lovely.

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Kathleen is really special. An apprentice once

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suggested to Kathleen that she'd missed out on adventures by spending

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all her life in Drayton. Kathleen sees things differently -

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for more than 70 years she has been at the heart of life

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here and wouldn't swap Yesterday was fab. I even got some

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sunburn yesterday. This was Lepe Lighthouse

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first thing. And this was the scene under cloudy

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skies at Barton on Sea. March ended on a try and find note

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in the end. For April, April showers, something more traditional

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on the way. Tonight, cloudy with showers. This evening starts dry,

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you can see this band of rain out to the West. That will make its way in

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to the early hours. A damp place for some places and under cloudy skies

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temperatures drop away to 89 Celsius. For Saturday morning, a

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damp start. Those showers becoming more widespread. Very little in the

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way of wind tomorrow. If you get caught under one, you will know

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about it. Bright spells too. Temperatures will reach 14 Celsius.

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As we go through Saturday afternoon into the evening, those showers

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clear away to the north-east and overnight, try and find. Clear

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spells, a touch of mist developing here and there, overnight lows of

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seven Celsius. Looking ahead to Sunday, an area of high pressure

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builds so Sunday, much more settled. Dry, fine, sunny spells,

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temperatures up to 14 Celsius, and that high pressure set to stay with

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us as we head into the start of the new week. To recap of the weekend,

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Saturday, showers. They could be accompanied by a rumble of thunder

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and hail that we should see bright spells as well. Looking ahead to

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Sunday, that will be the better day of the weekend. It will be dry and

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fine, high pressure dominating, so we will see a sunny spells. To make

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the most of it. Looking ahead to the start of the new week, that high

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pressure stays with us so Monday is a dry day. Bright spells, a little

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bit of cloud, overnight rain into Tuesday means a great start for

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Tuesday but again high pressure mix-up, returns with bright spells.

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Tony, enjoy your trip to Brighton tomorrow. Thank you for your company

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this evening. We are back again with the headlines at 8pm. Whatever you

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are up to this weekend, have a great one. Goodbye.

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