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Good to meet you today, thank you so it's goodbye from me -

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Good to meet you today, thank you very much for your support.

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Theresa May visits one of the south's last

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Labour constituencies in a Conservative charm-offensive.

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We have been his 60 years in this house,

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the first time we had the Prime Minister.

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There seems to be no access to speak to her.

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There's lots of questions, things I'd like to discuss with her.

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Millionaire homes everywhere but nowhere to spend a penny.

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Could British skipper Iain Percy be the biggest challenge

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for Ben Ainslie in the America's Cup?

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Join us live 150 feet above Southampton docks. We have come to

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see the largest ship ever to call at a UK port.

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It's one of the last splashes of red on the electoral map

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This afternoon Theresa May came to the Labour constituency

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The seat has been held by Labour's Alan Whitehead since 1997.

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He currently has a majority of a little less than 4,000.

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It's number 44 on the list of target seats the Conservative's want to win

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Our political editor Peter Henley attempted to catch up with Mrs May

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A knock at the door and look who is here, the Prime Minister.

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Theresa May did not spend long in Warwick Road.

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And mostly talked to loyal Conservatives.

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But she kept a promise she had made at Prime Minister's Questions.

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She will find those schools in despair...

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Southampton Labour MP Alan Whitehead challenged her to visit a school

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where parents had volunteered to clean toilets to save money.

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It is perfectly possible I might find myself in Southampton.

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At some houses she went in for a chat but didn't stop long.

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The Prime Minister is talking to people

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She doesn't want to talk to us, she says today is not

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the day for interview with the regional press.

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There has been criticism of the Conservative

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You never know what is going to happen in Warwick Road.

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As genuine as you can be in front of the cameras.

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A long way to drive for ten minutes' chat.

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Peter Henley, BBC South Today, Southampton.

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The visit was carefully stage-managed in a single

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Southampton street with access to the Conservative leader strictly

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But we sent our own cameras out after the event to get local

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reaction to the visit on Warwick Road in Shirley.

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It was clear not everyone wanted to chat to the Prime Minister

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Theresa May knocking at David Bryan's door in Warwick Road.

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But as he said on Twitter, he was too scared to let her in.

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She asked if we would be supporting her which obviously we will.

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And mentioned some of the things which are of interest to us such

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as supporting small business, looking after landlords.

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And you are welcome to to meet my father who wasn't able

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He has always voted Conservative and after this visit

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She is a wonderful lady and we had a nice little chat.

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We had the Speaker of the House come here before in this road,

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But the first time for a Prime Minister.

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Mrs May carefully selected this particular street in Southampton.

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But it may be in different parts of the constituency

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And even here the Prime Minister had questions to answer.

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There seems to be no access to speak to her.

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There's lots of questions, things I'd like to discuss with her.

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Because I fundamentally do not agree with Conservative policy.

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The Prime Minister spent 30 minutes door knocking on Warwick Road.

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Historically this constituency has been Labour for the past 20 years.

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Theresa May's visit shows she wants to change it from red to blue

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And a man accused of killing his ex-partner's two-year-old son has

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told a court he loved him and was never violent towards him.

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Joseph Eke, from Weymouth, denies murdering Harry House last May.

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Laura Trant reports from Winchester Crown Court.

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22-year-old Joseph eke is accused of punching kicking two-year-old Harry

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house at the home they shared in Dorset while the toddler's mother

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went to a shop. He is accused of wounding Harry's face at Easter and

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causing fractured ribs in the week before his death.

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Today Eke told the court he was a heroin and crack addict

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Christopher Quinlan QC who was defending him asked him

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if he took care of him, if he fed him, if you

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He replied by saying, yes, I enjoyed doing it,

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Under cross-examination, Eke's version of events

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were different to those he had given in police interviews.

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He told Adam Feast QC who is prosecuting, I got muddled up.

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When asked why he told the toddler's mother Lauren O'Neill not

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to call an ambulance, he said, I thought he was just

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When it was put to him it was because he did not want

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anyone to know what he had done, he said, no.

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The jury were shown CCTV footage of Eke and Harry's mother in July

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It showed Lauren lashing out and splitting Eke's lip.

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He responded by assaulting her and repeatedly

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His explanation for his behaviour was, "I

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"She would not give the money to score heroin."

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Harry's face and body were covered in bodies, he suffered serious

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internal injuries and bleeding. Joseph eke said Harry called him

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daddy and that he would not harm him.

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The trial continues. With its blue-flag beach,

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luxury homes and stunning views of Poole Harbour,

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Sandbanks is often seen as the jewel But some say it risks losing that

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reputation after the council closed a well-used public toilet block,

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one of a number it's Residents say people caught

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short are now relieving themselves in gardens,

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bus stops and alleyways. David Allard reports on this

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rather inconvenient issue. Cars queueing for the popular

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Sandbanks to Studland ferry. When it's busy, you can be

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waiting here for an hour. Plenty of time to pop

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out and spend a penny. I wanted to use the loo just

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before I get on the ferry because on the other side we've got

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a long walk. But the toilets seem to be

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currently unavailable. Well, last month this

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toilet block was closed The nearest public loos now

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are half-a-mile back up the road. We have driven to Miles -- two hours

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so we came back here and of course we had missed two ferries. It

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dreadfully inconvenient. for the people who live

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in this exclusive enclave. We get people coming

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and urinating in our garden. And also in Midway Path which leads

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to the sea opposite. Zoe manages the cafe next

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to the closed toilets. We are now dealing with

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the confrontation from people who are upset with the thought

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of having to purchase something that they hadn't planned to purchase

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in their day just to use a toilet. And I rate sign urges people to

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contact the Council of responsible for public toilets, so we did. He

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agreed to come here but half an hour was called to an urgent meeting. The

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council press office sent us this statement.

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And, as many people told me, a full bladder won't wait.

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David Allard, BBC South Today, Sandbanks.

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It was supposed to give shoppers in Guildford something

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new and provide fledgling businesses a chance to start trading.

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But, just two months after Guildford's so-called

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pop-up village opened, it suddenly closed.

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Traders complained the site was poorly advertised

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Here's our business correspondent Alastair Fee.

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In time for last Christmas, this was Guildford's

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new pop-up shopping village giving independent traders a chance

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Chandni was one of those retailers who set up shop,

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but barely two months on was told this site was temporarily closing.

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When you walked out from the pop-up village onto the high

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street, the high street was heaving in Guildford.

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But without signage saying that the pop-up village

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was where it was, we were missing out on everybody coming to see us.

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Shipping containers were used to transform what used to be a car

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park and offer cheap space to traders.

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You must have somewhere shoppers want to visit.

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You must have somewhere tenants want to be,

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You have to tell people where your pop-up is.

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Nigel was among those with high hopes, a space to show off his art.

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You've got to give visitors a chance.

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It was sold on the premise it was going to be a busy footfall.

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And no one ever really knew it was there.

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Over the next three weeks, the site is going to be landscaped

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with a focus on outdoor events to bring people in.

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I think that what we didn't do was stand back and say, OK,

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if this is a market-led strategy, what does that really look like?

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And making this an events- led initiative.

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It is all about getting that footfall.

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If there is no footfall, then people aren't going to spend money.

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A street parade will mark the reopening of the village

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A summer events programme will cover music, film and food festivals.

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There's still room for 25 new start-ups, but this time around

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there should be the crowds to keep them busy.

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French police have charged a former Bournemouth

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councillor with the murder of his wife in France.

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David Turtle, who's 62, moved to the south of France last

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Mrs Turtle's body was found beneath her husband's car at the couple's

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A post-mortem examination found she died from asphyxia

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Our transport correspondent has been scaling news heights.

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We all live on a crane 150 feet above Southampton docks and we have

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come here to see this, the largest ship ever to call at a UK port.

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As luck would have it, the bike tour our political editor

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Peter Henley has been making around the south was due to arrive

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Perhaps, we thought, the Prime Minister Theresa May has

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Things didn't quite work out like that.

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Look at this, no traffic, you might think I am still in Hampshire but I

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have reached Southampton. This is Southampton Common, a huge area of

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recreational land popular with dog walkers and runners and cyclists of

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course. You may notice today I am wearing my

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tie. That is because there are rumours of an important visitor in

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the city and I am hoping to have a word with her.

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What is in the mind of the public today?

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Excuse me. Can I talk to you? If you got a chance to talk to the Prime

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Minister what would you say about the election, will Xi Wen?

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I think so, it is manoeuvred to get Labour out.

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Jeremy Corbyn, what do you think about him?

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We want to recover from this. Enjoy your coffee.

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Lovely to meet you. Where are in Southampton with Theresa May visit?

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This might look like the venue for a big political meeting. I happen to

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know that is not the conference going on here today.

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This conference at Solent University is about devolving power from

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central Government to councils in the south, a lot of movers and

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shakers. If you had a chance to talk to the

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Prime Minister what would you say to her about devolution?

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We have had plans in the region the devolution of real powers and

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resources to the area but they haven't progressed and been agreed.

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Greater Manchester is probably the most visible example of what you can

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get. They have devolved responsibility for everything to do

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with health. Every one of your viewers will be interested in that

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and have a view. Time to get pedalling, I have had a

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tip-off whether Prime Minister might be and here is a dead giveaway, a

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posse of journalists hungry for a scoop.

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Is she around here? She is doing some canvassing.

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Who do you mean? You know where she is. I am hoping

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the Prime Minister will turn up. Hoping? But you are never sure. It

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is on a need-to-know basis. We feel we need to know much more than the

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Conservative Party feels we need to know.

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All of a sudden there she was in Warwick Road, in Southampton.

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Prime Minister, are you getting a good reception in Southampton?

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Not the most challenging question but I have been given a special

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promise of a proper interview the South today next time she is

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visiting. Well, Peter is still

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in Warwick Road, Southampton, Peter, does it feel like there's

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more of an effort by parties, this time round to try to control

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what the media report? We've increasingly had this

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system of pooled material where the political parties insist

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only one camera follows a visit and the same interviews

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and pictures are shared around. That makes it easier for people on

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the doorstep. But equally it leaves the power over

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what is shown very much Labour and the Lib Dems are making a

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virtue saying they are open to questions, they will be meeting real

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people. That makes a campaign interesting, remember when Gordon

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Brown met Gillian Duffy. But you take a risk and things can come

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unstuck. Can they keep it up until polling

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day? I think the Conservatives will do,

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the more journalists protest the more likely the EU will protest, it

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makes Theresa May look very strong and a person who won't change as she

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said in TV debates, she doesn't have to do it, just vote for me.

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And tomorrow Peter will be on the election trail in Eastleigh.

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Let us talk football and the Kaptur Saints match last night.

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It has it been a good season, Cup final, Europe, not bad in the

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league. Recently it has gone flat, and end of season feel.

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Claude Puel admitted his frustration as his Southampton side failed

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to score in a fourth of their last five games.

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The latest blank came against an Arsenal side

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making a late charge for the Champions League places.

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Manolo Gabbiadini had Saints' best chance drawing a good

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Alexis Sanchez put Arsenal in front after half-time

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Arsenal completed a 2-0 win through a header

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It is a big frustration tonight because it was not a good

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game against the top six without a good reward.

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But with very good quality on the pitch.

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And this is difficult to accept this at the end.

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Southampton back in action on Saturday.

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Portsmouth's promotion-winning captain Michael Doyle

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The 35-year-old is out of contract and is set to join League Two club

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Coventry City for a second spell at the club.

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This summer Britain hopes to lift the America's Cup with a British

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Englishman who could lift the auld mug as it's known.

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The Swedish entry Artemis is strongly tipped to do well

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in Bermuda and it has some familiar names on the boat.

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Iain Percy from Winchester started his sailing

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life at Weston Sailing Club in Southampton.

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He went on to become a two-time Olympic gold medallist.

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In 2008 and 2012 he partnered the late Andrew

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He's now the team manager of Artemis Racing.

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Alongside him on the boat is helmsman

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He was a team GB gold medallist in 2008 and

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He's a former laser world champion and member of the Swedish

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challenge which aims to make its own history this summer.

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It is going to be fun for me racing my old friend,

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there's always a good level of sportsmanship.

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There are some boundaries you won't break as

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friends but don't get me wrong there is also

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a fierce will to win with

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If Ben Ainslie doesn't live the America's Cup trophy this June

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then maybe Iain Percy, his friend and

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The Swedish entry is looking good in practice too.

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We are going pretty well at the moment, we had a few warm up

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regattas, we sailed well, haven't lost many races.

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I am under no illusion that counts for absolutely

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It means we are in the hunt but I feel we need to make quite a

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Artemis are in their second Cup campaign.

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The first was marred by the tragic death of Andrew Simpson

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in San Francisco four years ago this week.

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Meanwhile a generation of British Olympic sailors are now

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competing in America's Cup racing and not just in the British boats.

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Spare a thought for your British sailors on the other boats, not just

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It has been, we have had an incredible wave of strength

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through our Olympic programme and that has

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translated into the professional world in the America's Cup.

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To be representing Sweden is a little different

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but it is going to be amazing racing, looking forward

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to racing the boys on BAR and hopefully

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they do well but not as

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Artemus will race BAR on day one, perhaps an early indicator which

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Meanwhile the defenders of the America's Cup Oracle Team USA

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had another close shave in one of their latest training sessions.

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They were practising on the Great Sound in a pre-start

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routine when their America's Cup 50-foot boat capsized.

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As the team explained on social media it happened in mere seconds

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but took only a couple of minutes to right.

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Oracle, led by Jimmy Spithill, defend their crown this summer.

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Dramatic images. We are a couple of weeks away from it getting underway,

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26 of May. We never get tired of those

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pictures. It's the biggest container

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ship to dock in the UK. One of the largest

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ships in the world. The MOL Triumph arrived

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in Southampton this afternoon. If you laid every container

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on the vessel end to end, they would stretch from

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Southampton to London. Let's join our transport

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correspondent Paul Clifton who is tonight live for the very

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first time in a rather You need a good head for heights, it

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wobbles quite a bit. I'm right on top of the tallest

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crane in Southampton docks. That means I'm 150

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feet above the ground. We've been up here before,

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but never live on air. And from here we can look down

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on the world's largest ships. We can look right along

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Southampton Water to the Solent Let me tell you about

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the ship below. 400 metres long, briefly the largest

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container ship in the world. Because an even larger one has just

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been delivered in South Korea. One huge engine, one single

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propeller, shifting up to 20,000 containers at a time

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between the Far East and Europe The ship has all the latest

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tricks to save fuel. Even a special paint that reduces

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friction in the water. As you build bigger ships they burn

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more fuel so that is more polluting. But per container because you are

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carrying more containers, the carbon footprint of the ship

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is actually going down Below us, unloading of the cargo

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is just getting under way. These ships use about a third less

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fuel per container than ships built So that's about a third

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lower emissions, too. Environmental performance

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is a hot topic. Ships like this burn a heavy diesel

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which contains a lot So this one has been designed

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to switch to liquefied natural gas if the economic case for the cleaner

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fuel stacks up in years to come. Ships like this pick up

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from half a dozen ports in China and the Far East,

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then visit four ports in Europe, then head back

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through the Suez Canal. A round trip takes

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about ninety days. All with just a handful of crew -

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there are fewer than twenty We salute you, our stomachs have

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been turning seeing you being buffeted by the wins.

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Matt Adamiak took this picture of MOL Triumph entering Southampton

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Michael McWilliam photographed the Bournemouth Wheel

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And Steve Miller captured the sun going down on West Wittering Beach.

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Lovely sunny conditions, allowing tempters rise up to 21 Celsius, a

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glorious day, glorious sunny spells. There were a few scattered showers,

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quite heavy, particularly in Oxfordshire and the South Downs.

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The chance of heavy and thundery rain overnight, even hail mixed in.

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Rain will move up from the south affecting many places but some

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errors could escape it all together and tempters full-forward away to 11

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Celsius. A muggy night and start to tomorrow.

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Tomorrow, drier weather, a fair amount of cloud, scattered

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thunderstorms almost anywhere. Through the afternoon, thunderstorms

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will clear northwards, temperatures may reach 19 Celsius.

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Tomorrow night, mainly dry, averages will stay fairly mild with this

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south-westerly breeze, a little bit of rain showers on Saturday morning.

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Temperatures tomorrow night will fall away to 10 Celsius.

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A mild start to the weekend, Saturday is mild, we develop

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stronger south westerly airflow, isolated showers and sunny weather,

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Saturday is the best day. A cold front arrives on Saturday night

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introducing more cloud and some rain. That much needed rainfall will

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arrive. We have this humid air from Iberia

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through Spain, drifting up from the south, but quite muggy and as a

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result it has triggered one or two thunderstorms already.

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Fresh air will arrive on Saturday night, pushing in on Sunday. Sunday

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will be mainly dry with a risk of scattered showers.

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Tomorrow, cloud, the chars of thunderstorms tomorrow.

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And on Sunday. Thank you very much, we need the rain.

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Join us again after the Ten O'Clock News.

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We leave you with a lovely shot of Southampton docks and that huge

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ship, they will be busy down there over the next few days. Goodbye.

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