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Good evening, I'm Allen Sinclair with the news now here in the South.
Police investigating the terrorist attack in Manchester last week have
Officers raided a flat above shops in Shoreham town centre in the early
Neighbours say the 23-year-old came from Libya and was training to be
This was the day the hunt for those who might be linked
to the Manchester bomber came to the South Coast.
Yeah, we were staying here last night.
Well, I just kind of heard crashing and banging.
I'd just woken up so it was all a bit like 'whoa!' to me.
The raid by anti-terror officers was right in the heart of Shoreham.
Detained at the flat above shops in Brunswick Road
was a 23-year-old man, arrested under the Terrorism Act.
He'd been a regular customer at several nearby businesses.
He said he went to college, he studied up there.
He was from Libya, that is all I know.
The owner of this salon below the flat where he had his hair cut
said those studies involved training as a pilot at nearby
Sometimes I'm busy doing hair, so they'd would bring people there,
I would wave at them, they would wave at me.
And what did you think when you arrived here
I've just woken up, I'm still panicking!
The Shoreham raid coincided with other police operations
in the Whalley Range area of Manchester, and in
All in connection with the bombing a week ago today which claimed
the lives of 22 people at the Manchester Arena.
Police say they've made considerable progress in their investigation,
but today's raid shows the pace of operations certainly isn't
The man arrested here has not been formally identified and police are
not saying where he's being held. He is the 16th person to be arrested in
connection with the Manchester bombing. 14 of them remain in
custody. Sussex Police say people should remain alert not alarmed.
This investigation has now spread to the south coast.
It was a devastating end to the play-off finals
at Wembley for Reading - robbed of a return to
An incredibly tense and even-matched game saw Royals and Huddersfield
goalless after 90 minutes, and it was still 0-0
In the end, it was the final kick of the game that
They'll be back in the Championship next season.
Our sports editor, Tony Husband, went through the agony with them.
The play-off final at football's most lucrative game and it can also
be the most devastating if you're a fan of the losing side.
And for the sixth time in Football League play-off history,
Reading have come up just short again.
They've been beaten here at Wembley Stadium by Huddersfield
in truly heartbreaking style, 4-3 in a penalty shoot out.
It all followed a very tense game of few chances.
Huddersfield probably just edged the 120 minutes,
but hopes were high that Jaap Stam's and then could come through the game
and secure their place in the Premier League.
Nevertheless, it was devastation for Royals players,
Reading didn't take the chances, they didn't really shoot.
So, unfortunately, I don't know whether the better team won,
but we weren't good enough on the penalties, I'm afraid.
This season, I'd have taken mid-table.
The fact that we made the play-offs, the fact that we made third,
the fact that we gave a good show of ourselves today,
It was always going to be an equal contest and it went literally
Huddersfield probably deserve it on that game.
When you get the penalties, it is a lottery.
Huddersfield had two good chances early on in the game but,
as you said, after that, it was nip and tuck and,
unfortunately, Huddersfield have got themselves over the line
into the Premier League, and the management,
the players of Reading, they will be absolutely distraught,
It doesn't matter how many people tell them it's been a great season,
they'll be absolutely distraught for days to come.
It's just a case of words won't do much at the moment.
We just need to try and get over it, and time will do that and,
when we come back, we'll be better for the experience, but obviously
it's easy saying that at this moment in time.
Nobody would have, for one moment, suggested we would be here at the
play-offs at the beginning of the season. An awful lot to be pleased
about and build on. But at the end of the day, we come away
empty-handed. In many ways, Reading defied expectations this season.
Nobody predicted that they would finish third in his first campaign
in English football. The hope must be that now jabs stamped stays to
oversee another tilt at the Premier League.
Meanwhile, breaking news tonight - Portsmouth manager Paul Cook looks
to be on the verge of leaving to join League 1
Pompey offered Cook a lucrative new contract to remain
at Fratton Park after securing promotion this season,
but it's understood he's keen to rejoin the club where he had two
The deal's expected to be completed tomorrow.
It's now two months since the penalty for using a mobile phone
behind the wheel was doubled and a campaign launched
to try to make it as socially unacceptable as drink driving,
but it seems many motorists are ignoring the warnings.
Nearly 500 have been caught in a single month
A mother and three children were killed in this crash
Tomasz Kroker had been distracted by his phone at the time.
And in January, Lewis Stratford here was jailed for causing
Again, Lewis had been using his mobile phone while driving.
Now stricter penalties for drivers mean if you're caught
holding your phone behind the wheel, you face getting six points
Those new rules came in at the beginning of March this
year and yet, in that month alone, Thames Valley Police recorded
nearly 500 incidents of drivers doing exactly that.
The force recorded the largest total of drivers using a phone
behind the wheel in the UK outside of London.
I think there is this fear of missing out,
especially with younger drivers, who want to keep in touch with their
And what we need to get the message across is, put the phone away,
that Snapchat can wait, that Facebook message can wait,
get to your destination safely and then do what you need to do
Other safety campaign groups have welcomed today's figures,
but say a change in driver attitude is the only solution.
Sir Ben Ainslie and his crew have lost a fourth successive race
in the opening phase of America's Cup
The Landrover BAR team based in Portsmouth were beaten
by the unfancied French boat in their only race of day three.
The British team still sit in a healthy position
in the rankings due to World Series points carried into the Cup,
but Ainslie says his team must come back fighting tomorrow.
The weather for the week ahead is fairly mixed. We will have rain at
times. Dry warm sunny days. It will turn fresher by the weekend.
Overnight, the risk of the odd isolated shower. Temperatures in
double figures. A good deal of cloud, maybe coastal mist here and
there. Through the course of the day tomorrow, the cloud will then braked
and up a brighter spells. Not wall-to-wall sunshine but a fair
amount of cloud and the odd isolated shower as well. Temperatures in any
sunny spells could reach a high of 20 Celsius. Tomorrow evening, the
cloud will disappear for some but the odd shower is possible, and that
cloud will fade away during the early hours of Wednesday morning.
There may be mist developing in places, particularly coastal mist.
Temperatures tomorrow night 11-13dC. Through the course of Wednesday, a
good deal of cloud, coastal mist town towards the south-west, but
pleasantly warm in any sunny spells with a high of 19-20dC. Through
Thursday, dry and settled thanks to dry pressure dominating our weather.
On Friday, this weather front moves south and East Woods said the
possibility of heavy rain, but a lot of uncertainty about the timing of
this rain band and when it is expected to arrive. For the weekend,
fresher conditions, brighter spells here and there, and the odd
scattered shower, but a lot of dry weather.
Tomorrow evening, our political editor will host a special election
debate with candidates from the five main parties and an audience of
local voters. Hello. There I think we've seen the
back of the thunder storms now. Over the next few days, our weather will
start to come in from the Atlantic. We'll draw down fresher air from the
North West. Recently, we've been drawing up humid air from the south,
from the near continent. Of course, it all went bang in the early hours
of this morning. Some tremendous thunder storms, a rattling and
liting up the skies in the south-east. Since then, it's not
been as stormy. A few storms over the near continent. It's been bursts
of rain across the UK. And a lot of cloud too. Quite low cloud in places
as well. Quite a poor day, for example, here in Buxton in
Derbyshire. A lot of cloud still around. It is turning drier. All
these down pours are tending to work their way northwards and eastwards,
out into the North Sea. It's turning drier. It's still quite warm and
humid, particularly across England and Wales. That's where we'll head
in the morning, for the