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Hello I'm Sally Taylor. Welcome to South Today.

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A violent attack on young gay women by up to 30 men.

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Complaints that their case is not being treated seriously enough.

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I was hit, and in that hit I felt all of my jaw just shatter.

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A dreadful thing to do, says a judge after a hospice

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manager steals money from the most vulnerable.

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Who looks after Nathaniel when his parents aren't there?

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With the rising cost in our care system, who pays the bill?

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Not knowing where he was, was he safe, was he happy?

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And training in the tunnels, the First World War soldiers

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underground in Wiltshire ahead of the horror that was to come.

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Punched in the face so hard one of them lost seven teeth.

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Bruised internal organs, dislocated knees and shoulders.

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These are the injuries sustained by a group of young gay women

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on a night out in Portsmouth in what's believed to have been

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Today, there was concern and bitterness, among

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some of the victims, that the police were not doing

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Recent Government figures show that the number of recorded

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There were just over 7,000 such crimes in the past year,

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At the same time, research by one gay charity showed that half

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of those who reported hate crime said they did not feel

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Our reporter Steve Humphrey is in Portsmouth for us.

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The group of women were walking home from a local pub when it happened.

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They were passing the snooker club just behind me

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They say it happened out of the blue and it's shattered

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Some of the victims have told us they are unhappy with the way

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Bruises, black eyes, teeth knocked out.

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In total, five women were hurt as they made their way home along

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They were repeatedly punched and kicked by a group

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The woman whose teeth were knocked out is amongst the victims

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Before I even got to turn round, I was hit and in that hit,

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I remember I could feel something had moved in my mouth,

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but at that point, I didn't know it was my teeth.

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I was just crying and screaming frantically.

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The victims think the men who attacked them were Polish

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and believe they were targeted because they are lesbians.

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They say they are upset with the way Hampshire Police

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I don't think they handled it well at all.

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We were telling the police who assaulted people

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and they were letting them go in taxis.

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Neither witnesses got called to give statements.

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There was 20 to 30 men involved, I don't understand how only

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They didn't even come over and check if I was OK.

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We had no photos taken of the injuries.

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I've been groped and grabbed as well as the other girls.

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We should have had a female officer there.

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Hampshire Police say an ambulance was requested by officers as soon

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as they arrived at the scene in Kingston Road.

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The police have also revealed that four men -

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one from Portsmouth and three from London - were arrested

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They have been released but remain under investigation.

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Well, today Hampshire Police declined an invitation

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They say they can't comment on the details because it might

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However, they say the victims are in regular contact with the force,

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including a lesbian and gay liaison officer.

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The force also says: "We have explained our complaints procedure

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Robbie De Santos is from the gay rights group Stonewall.

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I spoke to him earlier, from our central London studios,

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and I started by asking him if homophobic attacks

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Unfortunately, six in ten lesbian, gay and bisexual people have

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experienced a hate crime in the last three years.

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So they're actually quite common, really.

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And that increase in the numbers that you talk about,

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how much of that is the willingness of victims to report the crime?

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We may be seeing a little bit more confidence from victims of hate

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crimes, but it's still a drop in the ocean compared

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So there's still a lot of work to be done building the confidence of LGBT

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And is that because there is so much discrepancy between police forces

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So we've seen a lot of police forces engaging really positively

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with the local community, going to prides, running campaigns

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specifically for them, but that isn't the case everywhere

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and we'd like to see equality training across every

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force in the country, so that everyone's got a really good

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police force who understand LGBT hate crimes.

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And what's your message to those victims of crime who don't to report

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Please do come forward and report your hate crime

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because every crime that's reported means that we can help the police

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and the Government take it more seriously.

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But we do need the Government to reconsider how hate

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We want them to be seen as aggravated offences,

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so that they carry a more weighty sentence and so that there's

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more that can be done against the perpetrators

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"You deserve to feel shameful for what you have done."

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The words of a crown court judge today as he sentenced a hospice

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finance manager for stealing thousands of pounds

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Simon Plummer was given an 18-month suspended sentence

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for taking the money from Oakhaven Hospice, in Lymington.

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He used it to fund building work on his own house in Sway.

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He was trusted to take care of the money at a place

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What do you say to the staff and patients at the hospice?

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But Simon Plummer abused his position to steal more than ?13,000.

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Southampton Crown Court heard that between November 2015 and August

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2016 Mr Plummer had diverted cash and cheque donations from being paid

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Instead, he used the money to cover the cost of building materials,

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The fraud was uncovered when the building company

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Travis Perkins began sending invoices to the hospice.

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After an internal inquiry, Mr Plummer was dismissed

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from Oakhaven and the police were informed.

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In court, he pleaded guilty to fraud by abuse of position.

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Taking that into account, Judge Francis Burrell gave

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Mr Plummer an 18 month suspended sentence and told him...

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No-one from Oakhaven wanted to appear on camera

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"This has been a very sad and difficult period for us

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We have in place a strong set of financial procedures

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so the public and all our supporters can be assured that fundraised

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income and donations are safe and secure."

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And maintaining that goodwill from the public is crucial.

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Like other hospices, Oakhaven only gets around 10%

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a year through donations, legacies and fundraising.

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Mr Plummer has written to staff at the hospice

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expressing his remorse, but declined to comment

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A long-serving black member of staff, working

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for Thames Valley Police, says she felt bullied,

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harassed and violated after a black toy monkey was allegedly put

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Detective Sergeant Andrew MOTT-OWW is accused of making racist

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comments and inappropriate behaviour last year.

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Adina Campbell has just sent this report from Thames Valley Police HQ.

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Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau had been supervising a south-east

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counter terrorism unit when these racist allegations were made

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against him by a black female colleague last year.

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At this stage, we can't name the woman for legal reasons

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but she was working as a special investigator within his team.

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At the time, she was only black person in the department and we

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heard both she and Andrew Mottau had known each other for

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This afternoon, we've been hearing details about how tea making duties

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were divided up between team members last summer.

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It's claimed Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau had introduced

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a black toy monkey - about the size of a key ring -

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as a prop to signal whose turn it was to make tea and coffee.

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After returning to work following leave, the black

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investigator said on her first day back to work last August,

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without any explanation, the toy had been placed on her desk.

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Speaking in front of the hearing panel this afternoon she said...

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"I'm a black person, serving the public.

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I was shocked and offended to see a black money on my desk.

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He was jeering me and harassing me about the black monkey.

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I felt violated and grabbed my fags and walked out.

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I felt offended by it and some members of my team

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This gross misconduct hearing will continue

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here at Thames Valley Police headquarters in Kidlington

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If these allegations are found to be true,

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Detective Sergeant Andrew Mottau could lose his job.

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It's been described as a ticking time-bomb inside our care system.

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A new report, published by Healthwatch in West Berkshire,

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reveals the failure of many councils to put adequate plans in place

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to look after vulnerable people with learning difficulties,

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when their carers can no longer look after them.

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As Nikki Mitchell reports, many parents are terrified

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about what will happen to their children,

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Severe autism means Nathanial is more like a two-year-old

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He's a big baby and he's lovely, but we've had a toddler for 18 years

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But what are the next 18 years and the 18 years after that?

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Our social care system has neither the time or the money to plan

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for what should happen when parents and carers can care no longer.

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If I suddenly had to go into hospital long-term or god

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forbid anything else happened, he could just be whizzed from this

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safe environment and put anywhere with strangers.

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He's not capable of communicating his displeasure, his needs,

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We need an action committee formed of key professionals,

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the voluntary sector, the parents and carers,

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to actually look at potential solutions, and who knows, perhaps

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This is a national problem, it's not just West Berkshire.

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This piece of land is a desolate reminder of a supported living

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The sort of community 45-year-old Karen Winters may have been able

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to move into when her parents could no longer cope.

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We wanted to be around to move her into something that...

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To support her while she did the move.

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The council just won't entertain anything other

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The plain fact is that there is less accommodation

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than the number of people we would like to provide for it.

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And, therefore, perhaps we do step in rather later than some

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We are hoping to put a proposal towards the council,

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which will help to increase our capacity, and that would enable us

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to perhaps step in a little earlier than we do.

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The distress, for me, would be acute, not knowing

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where he was, was he safe, was he happy?

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Mummy! Yes!

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An off-duty police sergeant will have to pay more than ?1600

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after he head-butted a woman whilst wearing a crash

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helmet during a row at a petrol station in Hampshire.

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Worthing Magistrates heard Sergeant David Sanderson became

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involved in an altercation on the forecourt, at

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Chandler's Ford, over the woman's alleged use of a mobile phone.

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He assaulted her, leaving her with a lump on the head.

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He was fined more than ?800,000 plus costs and compensation,

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If you want to know what the weather will be like this week stay with us.

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I will look ahead to the weather for the rest of this week, we have got

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an arctic blast were a couple of days but becoming less cold towards

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the end of the week. Sussex Police still need

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to do more to recognise the crime of stalking,

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according to the county's Police It's emerged that more

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than 200 people reported An investigation is already

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underway into the force's treatment of Shana Grice,

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a young woman who was killed by a stalker last summer.

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John Young reports. Shana Grice is the name that

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haunts Sussex Police. More than five times she told them

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that Michael Lane was stalking her, but on one occasion they told her

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she was wasting their time. Today, the county's Police

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and Crime Commissioner admitted to the BBC that the forces' respond

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to stalking in general, as she put it, wasn't

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what it should be. I think it's very difficult

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for police officers to understand in the first instance the severity

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of the crime of stalking, because often incidents are reported

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in isolation and what we want to see is police officers actually

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joining up the dots and understanding that this

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is about a pattern of abuse. So in a training centre

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in Worthing today, officers Anything that sounds

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concerning to you. The training, organised by a victim

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of stalking herself, who now runs courses

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to raise awareness. It's extremely encouraging

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and they are engaging well with us, and that's the whole point

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of what we're doing. We need to increase

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the communication between all the services and to get

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people to thoroughly There's plenty of evidence

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it is a real problem. This man is pretending to be

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a hospital doctor to get A stash of weapons was

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later found in his van. The singer, Lily Allen,

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helped campaigners by talking publicly about the moment a man

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who'd harrassed her for seven years broke into her bedroom

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when she slept. It's far too frequent that we hear

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victims of stalking say to us that they've reported to the police

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but they have been dismissed. The police have said they'll come

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back when he does something or he may just go away or that

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doesn't sound very serious. The research we've released this

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week really does underline how The research has also led

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to a list of tell tale signs from the obvious, perhaps,

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hanging around outside a house, to the more bizarre -

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rearranging furniture in a victim's garden,

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or falsely reporting a victim to social services

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for poor parenting. Victims that come forward

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will often talk about, "I've asked them to stop

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and told them no," therefore And I think that's a message

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I would like to get across today is that actually be really clear

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about what is wanted and unwanted. And if you do, Sussex Police

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are now promising we will Time for sport now. You might

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remember if you are watching on Friday, we were all excited as far

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as Brighton and Hove Albion were concerned. They didn't do it. They

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haven't done it yet. It is the waiting game. It will be like that

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until the hopefully eventually live that title. The need to beat Norwich

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to win the title but they had bad luck. Two own goals of the

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goalkeeper and know they are relying on Newcastle not to do them a favour

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tonight. Onto football, and after failing

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to beat Norwich on Friday, Brighton now await to see

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if Newcastle slip up If they lose, Chris Hughton's side

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will be crowned Champions. We will have an update on our late

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news this evening. While in the Premier League,

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it was a successful weekend for Bournemouth which is where

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we begin our goals round-up. 96 seconds is all it took

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Joshua King to set the tone here. And in truth, the game

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was all but over after 20 minutes. Benick Afobe doubled the lead,

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before ex-Saint Gaston Ramirez turned sinner,

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Boro soon down to ten. Marc Pugh's curling

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effort made it 3-0, before Charlie Daniels

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danced his way through the Boro We got where we got last year,

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we want to finish high, we want to try and get

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in the top half if we can. But it's such a difficult

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league to get results in. We're not taking

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anything for granted. Two goals from Assombalonga helped

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Forest race into a 3-0 lead. And all but end Reading's

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automatic promotion hopes. Yann Kermorgant scored

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a brace of his own late-on, but it was too little too late

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for the Royals who look Conor McAleney scored twice

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as Oxford stunned promotion chasing The U's, who are just out

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of play-off contention, made it 3-0 Not the way MK Dons wanted to sign

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off their home campaign. Champions Sheffield United

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celebrated in style with a 3-0 win. Portsmouth celebrated

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their promotion from League Two A first-half strike from Karl Baker

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and a superb free-kick from Kai Naismith eased

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Pompey to victory. They just keep rolling on, don't

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Luke List? On to cricket and Sussex have signed

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West Indian pace bowler While in the County

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Championship, Hampshire's bowlers were frustrated

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by Yorkshire's Garry Ballance who batted for nearly eight hours

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on his way to a double century While, at Edgbaston, Surrey also had

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to settle for a draw, Tom Curran took 8 wickets,

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but Ian Bell's knock of 99 ensured A fundraising appeal for Surrey

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teenage driver Billy Monger has reached nearly three quarters

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of a million pounds. The money raised is to help

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Billy's rehabilitation, following his double leg

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amputation last week. Fellow drivers, who carried stickers

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of support during racing, will now join friends and family

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at a fundraising event called Walk For Billy around

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the circuit of Thruxton race track during the British Touring Car

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Championships next month. Billy himself has

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vowed to drive again. Surrey Scorchers are

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through to the play-offs 18 points off the bench

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for Gabriel McCray helped Scorchers to a 93-70 win over Plymouth

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Raiders. They'll now play Leicester

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Riders over two legs. The first will be streamed live

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on the BBC Sport website on Friday. Isle of Wight athlete

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Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third

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Olympic bronze medal. Sotherton who originally finished

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fifth in the heptathlon at the 2008 Beijing Olympics,

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now climbs to third after a second athlete was disqualified for testing

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positive for steroids. Congratulations to the thousands of

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runners who took part in the Southampton and London marathons

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yesterday. The first full marathon in the city for 30 years was won by

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David Coke. It is his first ever marathon, not a bad start. He got

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round in just under two hours and 14 minutes. Fabulous. Andy, for errors.

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Fantastic effort. Also raising money for charity and as all those runners

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at Southampton did as well. We saw one athlete helping and other in the

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London Marathon, which was lovely. It was the novel "Birdsong",

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by Sebastian Faulks, which most notably gave an insight

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into the horrors of tunnel Well, now, a network

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of First World War tunnels has been discovered -

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NOT in France but on Ministry The tunnels were part

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of an army training ground, used to get men ready to fight

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in and under the trenches They were found on land set aside

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for hundreds of new homes Larkhill, a building site today,

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but home to an army secret This is the extraordinary system

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of tunnels and trenches Built in 1917 to recreate

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an entire battlefield, this was the Somme on Salisbury

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Plain. Archaeologists say this was as close

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as it came to warfare before troops They were using live ammunition,

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they were training 24 hours a day on occasions in some

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pretty hideous conditions, particularly in '16 and '17,

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when the brutal winter kicked in. And this was the brutality

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of the First World War the training tunnels and trenches

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were designed to recreate. Thousands of troops passed

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through Larkhill to get Dozens were killed through

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accidents and exposure. Special computer mapping

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shows the extent of The largest system of its kind

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anywhere in Britain. In fact, they found around 8km

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of tunnels and trenches here, and the emphasis across this whole

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landscape was realism, right down to digging out the chalk

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- the same kind of rock they encountered at the Battle

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of the Somme. Some soldiers left their mark

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on the walls here before Two sides facing off

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across No Man's Land... Historians say military commanders

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learned from earlier mistakes They're taking guys

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who are no more soldiers than you or I and they put

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them into a completely They have to learn how

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to live in it, fight in it, survive in it, repair it,

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build it, eat, drink, live, sleep. 450 homes will soon be

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built here for troops The many tunnels and trenches,

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with their wooden struts World One War from Wiltshire

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to the Western Front. When you see something like that, it

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brings it home to you. It is extraordinary. It is incredible what

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those men went through. You have the weather for the whole week. So down

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comfortably, we are about to begin. Some cool weather but warming up a

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touch towards the end of the week. A beautiful start to

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the day at Avon Beach. Some rays of sunshine too,

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at Blandford in Dorset. And there may have been

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grey skies in Farmoor, but the blossom certainly cheered up

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this scene from Anthony Morris. We did have quite cloudy conditions

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through much of the day, starting to see some outbreaks of rain through

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the afternoon and we are continuing to see those through this evening.

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We are turning cold for a little spell and we could see one or two

:24:19.:24:22.

wintry showers, but Thursday and Friday we start to see those

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temperatures going back up again. Overnight tonight, the cloud and the

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fragmented rain gradually things southwards. By 10pm, clear of any

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wet weather and clear spells overhead. We are into the Arctic air

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mass, temperatures close to freezing in many parts, we will spot could be

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a touch below. A wide spread frosty start the day first thing on Tuesday

:24:46.:24:53.

morning. A bright start with some good sunny spells to get the day

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going. The cloud will start to bubble up through the afternoon.

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Given some good sunshine, highs of around 11 or 12 degrees. Sheriff

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starter arrived through tomorrow afternoon and it looks as we go into

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the latter part of the afternoon, they will become heavier and more

:25:06.:25:11.

wintry, seeing some sleet, hail, possibly a rumble of thunder. They

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do tend to easily through the course of tomorrow night, we are seeing

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once again dry conditions and clear spells, a return to those frosty

:25:20.:25:23.

conditions as temperatures near freezing. As we start the day on

:25:24.:25:30.

Wednesday, a similar picture, some good brightness, feeling rather

:25:31.:25:33.

fresh, showers earlier in the day but the -- they could be on the

:25:34.:25:38.

wintry side. Hail, sleet and thunder possible. Top temperatures of 1112.

:25:39.:25:44.

Thursday, milder conditions. We have a weather front thinking favoured

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bringing extra cloud to the chorus every day. Patchy light rain towards

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the end of the day, meant to Friday it looks as though we will see a

:25:54.:25:56.

cloudy day in the most part, limited brightness but one or two showers

:25:57.:26:02.

are possible. Look ahead to next weekend, quite cloudy, we will see

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some good dry weather but the odd shower here and there.

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That's it from us this evening. Do you remember Tracy Edwards and her

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crew? We've got some news tomorrow about that. Thanks for watching,

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goodbye. Good night. There are times in the life

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of a nation when the choices we make define

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the character of our country, times when people stand up

:26:54.:26:58.

and demand real, significant change. we have the chance to shape

:26:59.:27:03.

a brighter future for Britain and I believe we have the vision

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and the plan to do it. That is why I have set out

:27:13.:27:16.

my plan for Britain. It is a plan to make the most

:27:17.:27:20.

of the opportunities ahead -

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