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Hello and welcome to

South Today, I'm Edward Sault.

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The top stories this lunchtime:

A new court date for Nazanin

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as she marks 600 days

in an Iranian prison.

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Her family in Hampshire remain

hopeful that she could be freed.

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Caught on CCTV -

but Sussex Police say

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it's "tragically unfortunate"

they failed to catch a man

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who went on to murder

because of an unpaid bill.

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And could cooking in fat be

the answer to saving the world

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from global warming?

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The husband of Nazanin

Zaghari-Ratcliffe -

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who's in jail in Tehran accused

of spying - has told the BBC

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his wife has a new court date.

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Richard Ratcliffe -

who's from Fleet -

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says she's due in court again

on December 10th on her second

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It's been 600 days since

British-Iranian dual national

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was separated from her daughter

Gabriella and imprisoned whilst

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visiting her family in Iran.

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Richard Ratcliffe joins me

live from Westminster.

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What do we know about the new dates

and what is important was black

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Nazanin was made yesterday by the

deputy prosecutor who told her on

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December ten she will be taken back

to court.

We will wait and see.

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December ten she will be taken back

to court.

We will wait and see.

What

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are your hopes?

Review helpful she

will be released? Our experience

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over is that it has always been a

bad thing. I am now she is eligible

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for early release on the previous

trial and I am pushing that for the

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next few weeks.

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600 days in Prison -

have you spoken to Nazanin?

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Her mum spoke to her yesterday I

spoke to her the day before. She was

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angry and bewildered by the new

court date. I spoke to her saying

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maybe something could be done.

Do

you think you can go to Iran with

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the Foreign Secretary?

I got a text

from him wishing me well and her. I

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followed up asking if he knew when

he was going and if I could come to

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attend the court date. Is it likely?

Behind closed doors he said he was

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keen but it was not guaranteed and

the Foreign Office and Iranians are

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discussing it but no clarification

yet.

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Sussex Police have said

that it is "tragically unfortunate"

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they failed to catch a handyman

from Shoreham who threatened

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a customer over a £40 bill -

before he returned and

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beat him to death.

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Alan Creasey dialled 999

after Duncan Hearsey turned up

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at his house demanding the money.

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Officers told him to lock his doors.

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Hearsey was sentenced to 21 years

by Lewes Crown Court.

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Piers Hopkirk reports.

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Holding his jeans soaked in the

blood from the brutal us all on his

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victim, CCTV footage shows Duncan

Hearsey walking around his

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neighbourhood in Shaw at one point

shadow-boxing in the street. He had

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attacked moments before Alan

Creasey. -- Shoreham. After he was

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jailed for 21 years for murder,

police had received calls reporting

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his aggressive behaviour.

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On the night of the fatal

attack on Alan Creasey,

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police were initially called

on three separate occasions by

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people concerned over

Duncan Hearsey's behaviour.

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Then, add 8:15pm, Alan Creasey

himself called the police

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after an altercation

with Duncan Hearsey.

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Police attended but left

at 8:30pm to pursue leads,

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advising Mr Creasey

to lock his doors.

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They returned to Mr Creasey's

home at 9:10pm to find

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him seriously injured.

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Sussex Police is now carrying out an

internal investigation into what

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happened and to examine weather

lessons can be learned.

We need to

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investigate the matter is to see if

the police have made any errors and

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it is a local investigation so there

will be investigation to see if we

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did everything we could and

everything reasonable at the time.

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Detectives described it as

tragically unfortunate that Duncan

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Hearsey was not arrested sooner. The

forces standard department will make

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its own judgment.

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Two people have been killed

in Sussex after their car crashed

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and flipped over near Chichester.

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It happened on the A286

Stockbridge road last night.

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Police say the car crashed

into a wall then two

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parked cars, before overturning.

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Two women - one in their 60s

and one in their 70s -

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who were travelling in the car

were pronounced dead at the scene.

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There'll be a candlelight vigil

for the Dorset teenager Gaia Pope,

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whose body was found in a field

near Swanage last Saturday.

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The 19-year-old, who had epilepsy,

went missing on November 7th

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and was found 11 days later.

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Her family say the vigil this

Saturday at the Swanage Amphitheatre

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will celebrate the joy Gaia

brought to so many lives.

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A Surrey company has

created a probiotic

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which could be the possible answer

to antibiotic resistance.

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Symprove - a probiotic drink created

from fermented barley -

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has been developed into

a food supplement.

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It's been proven to fight bacteria

like MRSA and C Diff.

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As the inefficacy of antibiotics

is becoming more common,

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scientists say this is a powerful

first step towards using

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live bacteria to help patients

with life-threatening infections.

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It is important for us to develop

new ways of working to try

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and prevent antibiotic resistance,

and definitely using natural

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products like bacteria,

which promote health.

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It is a great first step

to understanding a new way

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of treating disease.

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Reading University scientists have

found cooking in fat is helping

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to keep the planet cooler.

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Fatty acids that come off cooking

create little molecules that end up

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in the air and have an effect

on cloud formation.

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Our reporter Allen Sinclair has

been finding out how fat

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could be saving the world.

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Fish and chips - we love them.

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But as if we needed any excuse,

there could now be another

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reason to indulge in the nation's

favourite traditional takeaway.

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Chips can prevent global warming,

so that has got to be a good thing.

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New research is underway

at the University of Reading

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and they have made

a striking discovery.

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Deep frying food sends tiny

molecules of cooking fat up

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into the atmosphere.

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Once there, it hangs around,

helping thicken clouds

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and in the process could also be

helping keep temperatures

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a tiny bit lower.

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These molecules that are emitted

in large quantities in urban areas

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make it easier for clouds to form.

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Clouds have a massive impact

on climate change because clouds

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generally are believed to cool.

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If you have more clouds,

you could potentially

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have increased cooling,

a lower temperature.

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Here in Reading, there is every

hope their new-found eco-status

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will encourage more of us to opt

for some deep-fried delights.

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The best excuse ever for a portion

of chips.

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Now, the weather with Alex Osborne.

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Hello, good afternoon.

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We have seen another contrast

in our weather today compared

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to the strong winds yesterday.

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Plenty of dry and bright weather

around so far today.

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Thanks to our Weather Watcher

for sending in a scene

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earlier from Dorset.

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And this one - hardly

a cloud in the sky.

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The calm after the storm.

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You can see from the satellite

and radar image earlier we did have

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Like the calm after the storm.

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You can see from the satellite

and radar image earlier we did have

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some showers and cloud which soon

moved away eastwards to leave

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hardly a cloud in the sky.

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Through the rest of today,

it should stay dry for most of us

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with some good spells of autumnal

sunshine to enjoy.

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The risk of an isolated

shower but most of us

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seeing a try afternoon.

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Fairly breezy still,

particularly along the south coast.

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Feeling chilly compared to recent

days, highs of only 13 Celsius.

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Through this evening and overnight,

it stays dry for a time.

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The cloud gradually beginning,

bringing some outbreaks of rain.

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It should clear away fairly rapidly

into the early hours

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leaving a mostly dry night.

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The wind is falling more likely

or so they call the night,

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with temperatures falling down

to around single figures.

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It is a rather cloudy

start on Friday.

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Brightening up into the afternoon.

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with temperatures falling down

to around single figures.

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It is a rather cloudy

start on Friday.

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Brightening up into the afternoon.

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Some good spells

of sunshine to enjoy.

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The risk of some showers

later on in the day,

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particularly confined

to southern coastal areas.

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The wind is lighter tomorrow

than today and feeling

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The wind is lighter tomorrow than

today and feeling a colder tomorrow

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with those north-westerly winds.

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Highs of just 10 Celsius.

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And we hold on to those cold

temperatures as we head

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towards the weekend.

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Plenty of sunshine to enjoy

with the risk of just a few showers,

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the winds easing slightly.

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You can of course keep updated

in tonight's bulletin

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as well as online -

BBC.co.uk/weather.

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Have a good afternoon.

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Our next regional news is at 6:30.

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From us, goodbye, and

have a good afternoon.

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