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On the programme tonight: The first details from a damning

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report into NHS services on the Isle of Wight.

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It claims patients were put at risk, and staff were

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They've got to get rid of these ridiculously expensive management

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It's an insult to anyone with a brain.

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No deal - as unions reject the latest attempt to bring

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the Southern Rail drivers dispute to an end.

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A year since she was jailed in Iran - how Nazanin's friends and family

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are staying optimistic by planning for her release.

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People send in their ideas, if they had one day of freedom, what

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One of the most remarkable finds ever, as the Antiques Roadshow

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It has been revealed tonight that some patients being cared

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for by the NHS on the Isle of Wight are at actual risk of harm

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and the country's top health inspector has recommended

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that the whole trust be placed into so-called special measures .

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The Care Quality Commission is due to publish the findings

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of its latest inspection next week, but South Today has seen a draft

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letter from the Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Professor Sir Mike

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The letter gives key details of the CQC investigation.

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It shows that patients were "at risk of harm".

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Some staff said they were "over-worked, bullied and harassed".

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Targets were missed and there was poor leadership from the board.

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In fact, the overall rating for the trust was "inadequate" -

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Our Health correspondent David Fenton is live for us tonight

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I have seen a lot of these reports over the years and this one is one

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of the dairy, very worst. It paints a picture of an organisation that is

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out of control, in the sense that no one seemed to be getting a grip on

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the things that were going wrong and there was a lot that was going

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wrong. Perhaps it is no surprise that the chief executive here

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resigned last week. She may not be the last.

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Patient at risk of harm, staff dissolution of them believed, boss

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is inadequate. How much worse could it be? They have got to get rid of

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these ridiculously expensive management consultants. It is an

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insult to anyone with a brain when they start talking about how they

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have brought in so-and-so for two days a month and they were being

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paid this that and the other. It is an insult. That Conan is an insult

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to that NHS. How much was spent on to that NHS. How much was spent on

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it? I don't know. It represents a merry's hospital perfectly. They

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deserve non-functioning body coloured cool nights non-functioning

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hospital. 140,000 people relying on the island's health service. It is

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hard not to think they have been let down. Mental health care was a

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particular problem. There has been a lack of trust all the way round. Has

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anybody, you want to be listened to. Unfortunately, there are times when

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you don't get listened to and it is those times when you are looking for

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other avenues to go down. This is a difficult time for a trust with the

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whole leadership from the board down and a slate. Today, the acting chief

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executive apologised and Things need to change here and they

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will. How soon and in what way we will know next week.

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One important thing to say is I have been here all day and patients have

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been going in and coming out. Some of them have been getting very good

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care. The staff are one of the few good points mentioned in this

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report. I think what we have really seen here is a failure of

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leadership. If this trust does go into special measures, as seems

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likely, what will happen is they will probably send a team in here to

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start turning things round and make the changes that are desperately

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the changes that are desperately needed.

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Tim Gardner is a Sussex-based Senior Policy Fellow at the independent

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I spoke to him, earlier this afternoon from our London newsroom

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and I started by asking him what exactly special measures

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Hospital trusts are placed in special measures when there have

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been serious failures in the quality of care and there are concerns

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that the hospital will need extra support in order to be able

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Does it mean that management will be replaced?

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So, there are various things that happen as part of a trust

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One is that there will be an external review of wether

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the trust has the right people with the right skills in place

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But there will be other things, as well.

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That includes agreeing a plan to try and remedy some of the problems that

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have been identified by the Care Quality Commission.

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There will be an independent director appointed to oversee

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The trust will quite often be partnered up with a neighbouring

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trust to provide help, advice and support.

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And then, within about 12 months, the Care Quality Commission

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will come back and we inspect the trust to see what

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And, crucially, will patients notice notice any difference?

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Some trusts come out very, very quickly.

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So Wexham Park Hospital in Slough was able to leave special measures

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very quickly after it was taken over by neighbouring Frimley Park.

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But there are other trusts at the other end of the spectrum

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Only recently, North Cumbria Hospitals came out of special

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measures after four years in the regime.

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Of course, the Isle of Wight is an island.

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Does it have peculiar circumstances that make this even more difficult?

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The Isle of Wight is absolutely unique within England in that it

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runs a full range of hospital services and it's completely

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So, it will be really interesting to see how

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the Care Quality Commission and others respond to this and help

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the trust make the improvements that it needs for its patients.

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Tim Gardner, from the Health Foundation, thanks

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Next, the Southern Railway dispute took a new twist this afternoon,

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when members of ASLEF ignored the advice of their own union

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leaders and rejected a deal aimed at ending the long-running dispute.

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That's the second time in two months.

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A separate strike, by the RMT union, will take place this Saturday.

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Our Transport correspondent Paul Clifton is at

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Paul, this ASLEF ballot was expected to be close,

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For train drivers to reject a deal worked out by their own union

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To reject their own union's deal twice is unprecedented.

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The drivers are clearly more militant than expected,

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Members voted 372 votes to 346 against a deal.

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That's a rejection by 51.8%, on a 75% turnout.

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The bottom line is that drivers are not willing to accept a deal

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in which more trains would run without a second member of staff.

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After the first vote failed, the two sides spent three weeks talking.

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The result - a deal which ASLEF said was the best possible.

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Trains would normally carry a second safety-trained member of staff,

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For example, when an on-board supervisor becomes ill at short

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notice or arrives late on duty, or when an on-board supervisor

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is affected by disruption or leaves the train to cope with a passenger.

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There were also some improvements to older camera systems used

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Their union will now go back to the company for more talks.

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Southern called the decision "hugely disappointing."

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Meanwhile, a second, much longer, dispute involving

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Conductors will take a 32nd day of strike action on Saturday.

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The RMT will meet Southern tomorrow morning.

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But all previous talks have ended in failure and the RMT

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will see today's result as strengthening its opposition

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The conductors have been striking for a year now,

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but Southern manages to run 90% of services on strike days.

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Now, when did you last drive over a pothole?

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Official figures from local councils reveal that,

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in England and Wales, one in six roads is in such a bad

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state and needs major repairs within five years.

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In Reading, neighbourhood officers walk the town s roads,

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But what's seen as an effective reporting system is set to change

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and that's got motoring groups pretty frustrated.

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One minute you're on a good bit of road and you can have your heads

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up and be looking at all the traffic around you, and the next minute

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you are really navigating some quite bad undulations and potholes.

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For Andrew Slater, riding around Reading on his motorbike can be

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Motorcyclists and cyclists are the most vulnerable road users

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in the urban environment and the longer we take looking down

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at the road surface rather than up and around at all the other hazards,

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the more likely it is that we are going to come into conflict

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Well, roads like this one in Reading are checked regularly

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for everyday wear and tear, but under new plans,

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A-roads will go from being inspected every month to every three months

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and B-roads from every three months to every six months.

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The council say their hands are tied because of cuts to their funding

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If anything, we have been perhaps overly inspecting roads,

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but nonetheless, I can understand public concern.

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The council shares concerns about the very substantial

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reductions in highway maintenance that we have suffered

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at the hands of cuts in government grant,

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but the good news is that the council is also spending

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the Government's potholes money more effectively than the

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The Government allows ?53 per pothole filled,

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we are doing it for ?43 because we are using

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And even the mention of the word 'pothole' is enough to get most

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In France, when you drive on the road you don't feel the road.

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When you drive in Great Britain, it's like to be on the sea.

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All the millions people are spending on Road Tax and it doesn't

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seem to be going back into the road network.

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Well, at the moment, the potholes are awful.

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In fact, only yesterday I was driving at New Lane Hill

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and a new one has arrived and it is huge!

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And the car crashed down and I thought my tyre

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was actually going to be broke, it was so bad.

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As Andrew gets back on his bike, Reading Borough Council will decide

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if they are going to drive ahead with their plans at

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Lots of you have contacted us on Facebook with your frustrations.

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Claire Osborne from Winchester says: "The road I live on is awful!

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We've had potholes down our road since the beginning of the year.

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One day three cars were parked up on the bank with flat tyres!!

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Graham Curtis says: "There is a road near me where they repair

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It would be cheaper in the long run if it was properly resurfaced".

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Diane Johnson says "Someone in Andover has started to plant

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Coming up later in the programme: One of the most remarkable finds

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ever, as the Antiques Roadshow rolls into Reading.

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Anything, really, from the same century as him about him

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A court has heard how a six-year-old Weymouth girl woke her parents

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to tell them there was a man in her bed.

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It's claimed the intruder has sexually assaulted her.

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The child's step-father initially thought she had

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Moments later, he discovered the man asleep in the girl's room.

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Jervaise Kevin Jones, who is 25, denies sexual assault.

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The prosecution told the jury day at Bournemouth Crown Court that

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Jervaise Kevin Jones broke into her house in Weymouth through our

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kitchen window. He then went upstairs when he allegedly sexually

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assaulted as six-year-old girl who was asleep in bed. Giving Eddie and

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is -- giving evidence by video link said she could not remember some of

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the details of what had happened. The defence barrister as who had

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taken off her pyjamas. She replied, the man. He undid my zip. Ask that

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the man had assaulted her, she replied, yes. Mr Robinson said the

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man said he was just asleep in your bed. Is that the truth? Known,

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replied the girl. The jury was told that after the alleged assault the

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girl went into the room of her parents and said there was a man in

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her bed and explain to her mother what he had done. The girl's

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stepladder then discovered Jervaise Jones asleep in the girl's bed naked

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from the waist down. The police were called and Jervaise Jones was

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arrested. Jervaise Jones has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a

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child and he denies trespassing with intent to commit a sexual offence.

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The trial is expected to last three days.

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A year ago today, Hampshire-based mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was

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The charity worker was later handed a five-year prison sentence

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after being accused of plotting to topple the Iranian government.

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Her family maintain she's innocent and has held an event focusing

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on the life she can look forward to, if and when's she's released.

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"My fondest dream has always been to arrive at our home,

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you ask me if I want to have a cup of tea and then make me one and I'd

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That's the image I most had when I was sitting

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The words of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, sent

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It's now 365 days since she was detained while trying

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to leave for home at the end of a visit to see her parents.

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For Richard Ratcliffe, the memory of that day is all too vivid.

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I got a phone call to say, "Do go to the airport",

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I got a phone call to say, "Do not go to the airport",

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because I was due to go and pick her up at Gatwick.

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I was all disorientated and slightly groggy and couldn't understand it.

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And, obviously, that first sort of week or so of understanding

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what was going on and where she was and...

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We never thought we would still be here, a full year.

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Over the next two weeks, the family of Nazanin want people

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to tie yellow ribbons like this to trees in their local park,

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along with ideas of how to spend one day of freedom.

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We've always felt as a family that publicity is the way forward here.

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It's the publicity and the worldwide concern for Nazanin and the child,

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as well as Richard, will get her home.

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But the Ratcliffes feel that more could be done by the authorities

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I want to scream at the Government and say, "Look,

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We just want people to live in freedom.

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The Foreign Office says it continues to reassert strong concerns

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about duel British-Iranian prisoners in Iran at the highest levels

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In the meantime, Nazanin's family in the UK hope their yellow ribbons

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can help cut through the legal red tape and see her returned home.

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That is a story we will continue to follow. Tony Husband has joined us

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on the sofa. You were at Brighton on the weekend.

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Yes, and at this stage of the season it is not about the style, it is

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just about winning. It was a weekend where

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the Premier League dream moved a step closer,

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particularly for Brighton Reading remain in the mix too -

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both sides secured crucial victories and in both cases one

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goal was enough. Now pushed wide. First-time cross.

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Inform Murray! What a delightful finish from Albion's top scorer!

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Here is the truth. He smashes a right footed. Unfortunate for the

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leads, but he thrashes it into the back of their net from 18 yards out

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to make it 1-0 two Reading. Both Brighton and Reading

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play at home tomorrow. Brighton's position is strengthened

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by Huddersfield losing to a late Reading's win moved them

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above Leeds in the table. So we turn to the rest

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of the weekend football. Bad luck to Oxford,

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who were beaten at Wembley No slip-ups for Portsmouth

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in League Two, but that wasn't Let's start at St Mary's

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in the Premier League. Southampton and Bournemouth but had

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chances to win their south coast clash on Saturday night, bad

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finishing and bad luck played their part. Southampton shaved the post in

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the first-half. The visitors threatened in the second half. This

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glorious chance was spurned. Bournemouth missed two penalties in

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the recent game against West Ham, surely they couldn't miss a third in

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succession? He lost his footing. There was still time for Adam Smith

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to hit a post, but Eddie Howe's Oldroyd at St Mary is continues. His

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standing foot slipped. We accept this point. Portsmouth won their

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tenth away game of the season against Hartlepool. Stevens's cross

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was blasted home by Naismith. Naismith then turned provider for

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the second from Gary Roberts. Swindon managed to win again in the

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one. To wins in a road keep their of avoiding the drop live. In a

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frenetic finish featuring two red cards and late goals, Dean

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Bloomington helped the MK Dons to a 3-2 win against Gillingham.

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In the non-league, Aldershot won their fourth consecutive

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game ? they are firmly in the play-off pack.

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Switching codes now, London Irish may well be set

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for the end of season play-offs after a strong campaign

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in the Championship, but they are out of the British

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They lost their semi-final at Reading's Madejski Stadium

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yesterday 25-17 against the same Jersey side which inflicted a rare

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Kieran Hurn's try and a penalty looked set to hand them a win,

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but a late Jersey touchdown from hooker Nick Selway gave

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I thought the boys showed so much character out there.

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they were our two themes from last week to this week.

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There were just a few other areas of the game which perhaps didn't

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go our way and we will have to definitely fix those

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Michael Carberry marked his return to Hampshire cricket with a century

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in the Championship warm-up match against Cardiff University

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He received a standing ovation from the crowd.

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It's his first first class match for the county since having surgery

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Elsewhere this weekend, Surrey Scorchers are hanging

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onto a play off place in basketball's BBL.

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by the likely league champion, Leicester Riders,

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The final score, Scorchers 71, Riders 85.

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Meanwhile, in the National League play-off quarter-finals,

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Solent Kestrels did a double over Reading Rockets.

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On Saturday, the women's team won 72-58 in Southampton.

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Then the men went to Reading on Sunday and produced

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Poole rider Sam Sunderland enjoyed a stage win

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in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, with a three second advantage

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over his nearest rival as they move out into the dunes.

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Do Reading stand any chance of automatic promotion? I think it will

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be between Newcastle and Brighton, it depends which way. The changes --

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it changes almost every game. Play-offs don't tend to bring good

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history, but we will see. Now, are you a regular viewer

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of the BBC's Antiques Roadshow? This weekend's programme was filmed

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at Caversham Park in Berkshire and yielded one of the most

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remarkable Shakespeare-related finds It's minute - a notebook full

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of extracts from the Bard's work, painstakingly written by hand

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hundreds of years ago, when his As Nikki Mitchell reports,

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the remarkable treasure was Until my mother had died I had never

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seen it before. As you can see, it is absolutely tiny. From what I am

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told I think it was written about 1650, so only 30 or 40 years since

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the death of Shakespeare. John had no idea just how old is handwritten

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family hand-me-down was until he brought it to the Antiques road

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show's experts here at Caversham Park. I opened it up and I saw

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Shakespeare, comedies and tragedies. He is copying by quotes from various

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Shakespeare plays. This is incredible. So how did this tiny

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treasure" John's family? His ancestors lived here at Caversham

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Court whether names are remembered in a memorial timeline. My five-time

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great-grandfather was a traveller and antiquarian. He amassed a vast

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library of 2500 volumes. I think this little book that must've been

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amongst his collection of books and somehow has all these years. When I

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heard that the BBC was doing the Antiques road show at Caversham Park

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I couldn't resist the temptation. I would love to be shorn to scholars

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and have a transcription because I just can't read it. When the value

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to scholarship is this great the commercial value has to be great. At

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auction, this could easily make upwards of ?30,000. Really? But such

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a small item. The best things come in small packages!

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You can watch that the addition of the Antiques road show on BBC

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iPlayer. This is more like it!

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We did have quite a lot of missed and cloud. Further inland

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temperatures reached 17 Celsius. More weather like that on the way.

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Alan Davis photographed the morning mist on Cranborne Chase.

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Harry Harman took this picture of a ladybird

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David Sawford captured a male Dunnock at Rowlands Castle

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Some glorious sunshine on offer today. Tomorrow there will be

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reimbursed high pressure will start to built in from wedding the onwards

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and we will see some very settled conditions. A lot of dry weather, as

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well, bar the rain tomorrow. There will be some rain tonight, mainly

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light and patchy but we could have the odd moderate burst. In the

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countryside, temperatures will fall to six Celsius in these other

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temperatures for the towns and cities. The low cloud will gradually

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ease. Through the course of tomorrow there will be a lot applied,

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brighter to the West. It could be outbreaks of brain nearly anywhere.

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The maximum tomorrow 12 or 13 Celsius, not as as today. Tomorrow

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evening, the rainbow -- the rain will gradually clear. We could see a

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touch of the countryside. In urban areas temperatures will drop to five

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Celsius. I started the day on Wednesday. From Burton the onwards,

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each day through to the weekend will be dry and sunny, the chance of mist

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or fog in the morning. Cloud bill through the course of the date with

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the outside chance of a shower on Wednesday, but generally dry with

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highs of 12 or 13 Celsius. Slowly temperatures will recover to above

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their seasonal average. These are the average temperatures for this

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time of year, but on Thursday we could see a high of 16 Celsius.

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High-pressure continues to building, then the centre of the high moves

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towards France by the weekend, pulling away but fairly settled

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conditions on Friday and into the weekend. Friday will see cloud

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building through the course of the day, and the weekend settled with

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lots of sunshine with high pressure in charge.

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Join us tomorrow because we are sending this lady here on a special

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mission. We will be back with a full bulletin at 10:30pm tonight, do

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please join us then. In the meantime, have a great evening.

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Goodbye.

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