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Tonight... news teams where you are.

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Stopped in his tracks - the driver who thought honesty

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He was told to step away from the steering wheel

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after the DVLA told him he could be a risk following an eye infdction.

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And here we are ten months later, I have had a disqualification

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from driving for a condition that I don't have.

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Also tonight, a row over the felling of trees.

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More than 50 have been removed locals say it's exposed a noisy

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The Cornish business which has allowed us to enjoy some

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of the ground-breaking moments in broadcasting.

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And the search for rescuers - training down on the beach to tackle

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For many of us, getting into car and driving off is second n`ture.

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But one man from Cornwall h`s been stopped in his tracks after getting

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a letter out of the blue from the DVLA revoking his licence.

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Kevin Tribell had contacted the licensing authority back

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in January to tell them of a minor eye problem.

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It cleared up months ago, but yesterday he received a letter

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telling him to stop driving, despite having evidence frol his

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Motorists have a legal duty to inform the DVLA of conditions

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to strike a balance between road safety and mobility.

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Seeing red over having his driving licence taken away because of an eye

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Kevin Trebell contacted the DVLA in January to say he had mild double

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vision and wouldn't be drivhng for about a month.

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I was informed by my optici`n it is wise to tell the DVLA

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if you have had this sort of problem and keep yourself off

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the road until it clears, so I told the DVLA and here

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we are ten months later, I have had a disqualification

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from driving for a condition that I don't have.

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Kevin, who has to drive for work, says the letter he got from the DVLA

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yesterday told him not to get behind the wheel

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He was later told it could take up for a year

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I couldn't quite believe it really, because I knew that I had

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notified them about that, but ten months later I assuled

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they must have checked with my doctor and all was OK.

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I couldn't believe it could escalate from a temporary problem

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Obviously, if I can't work, I can't earn, and if I can't earn

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All drivers have a legal duty to make sure they are medic`lly fit

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to drive and to tell us of ` medical condition affecting this.

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Where we revoke a licence, it is certainly not a decishon

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that is taken lightly, but we must strike the right balance

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between road safety and people's mobility.

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It seems Kevin's not the only one unhappy with the DVLA.

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A Health Service Ombudsman's report out last week said there were major

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failings with the way it de`lt with fitness-to-drive cases.

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It says people's lives have been put on hold for years because of

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flawed decision-making and poor communication.

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The report recommends the DVLA improves communication with people

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applying for a licence and, with medical professionals,

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sets up robust standards to assess people fairly,

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and offers financial compensation to those affected by failurds.

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The DVLA has apologised for the way some cases have been handled

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and says it has made improvdments, but Kevin feels he's

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If they're going to punish you for being as honest

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as you can be, you know, I would have just done

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what I did, which is I came off the road for a few weeks anxway

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I would just stay out of the car and not tell thel

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anything until I knew I had a permanent condition.

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The man in charge of one of the region s biggest companies

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The airline Flybe, which employs more than 800 people in Exeter,

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announced earlier that Saad Hammad, who joined as chief executive

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three years ago, had left "with immediate effect".

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He'll continue to be paid for a year.

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Hamish Marshall is at Flybe's HQ in Exeter.

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Certain is surprised that the stock market. Flybe shares opened this

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morning at 14.5 pence. ... 40.5 It dropped to 34 and one 4p. Stock

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markets do not like surprisds and uncertainty. Flybe said it was by

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mutual agreement but Saad H`mmad is going to keep that salary for 1

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months of ?443,000 Robbie is on gardening leave. Are there problems

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at Flybe? They got back into profit earlier this year. ?2.7 million with

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sales up by 9% but there ard problems in the industry after the

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Brexit vote, the dollar being strong against the pound cause problem in

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the industry and Flybe's competitors, the likes of e`syJet

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and Ryanair have been doing better. Saad Hammad has driven costs down at

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Flybe but that has come at ` cost. Jobs have gone in Exeter and Jersey

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and Guernsey. What can this all mean for passengers? Are they likely to

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be changes to fights? Over the last few years here in next for dxample,

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fewer destinations from Flybe and fewer flights to those desthnations

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which remain and a shorter summer season. People will be hoping that

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doesn't continue in terms of going on Flybe flights. They say they are

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committed to regional operations but it has got results out in two weeks'

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time and we will keep a close eye on that. Thank you, Hamish.

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If you were the victim of a crime, would you want to meet

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Supporters of the practice of restorative justice say

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it can empower victims, reduce re-offending and savd money.

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And - as Tamsin Melville reports - there's a call here in Devon

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and Cornwall for the Governlent to commit to a longer-term

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So I was coming back from town, glanced up to the front door,

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Popping out to the shops trhggered a life altering chain of evdnts

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But he brushed straight past me and was just looking

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The man had stolen Carly's iPad from her kitchen.

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Known to police, he ended up in prison and Carly was offdred

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The remorse for what he had done was so evident that he made me cry.

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And then he nearly cried because I was crying and he had

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actually stolen from us to get some money for the iPad for food.

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What you think from his point of view that would have offdred

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Actually he is valued, he is still valued, he has ` purpose

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and that there are people in place for when he leaves prison to try

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While Carly's story shows the good restorative justice can do,

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some critics question its effectiveness and say it is not

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suitable for all cases, like domestic abuse

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Providers say they need more certainty.

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What we would like to say to the Government is for thdm

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to commit to the long-term funding of restorative justice in Cornwall

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so that we can find out the true extent of what it can reallx

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achieve, because we believe restorative justice can

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And that message is getting support from the top.

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At the moment, the money th`t I get for that has come from

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the Ministry of Justice and its one-year only funding.

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And we really need to be lobbying to ensure that we do get

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I am very committed to supporting voluntary organisations

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on a three-year commitment of funding, and where I can do that

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with my local funds I will, but this Ministry of Justicd

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funding, we need to be lobbxing a bit more for that.

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The Ministry of Justice says under the victims code, all victils

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like Carly can receive information about restorative justice

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and says its funding structtre is under review.

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Now a quick look at some of the other stories

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Cornwall Council is considering replacing double yellow linds

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in some town centres with on-street parking.

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Pay-and-displays are being proposed after problems in Truro, Falmouth,

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More residents parking zones are also being looked

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Campaigners raising money for a statue in Brixham dedhcated

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to the port's fishermen havd hit their target.

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A sponsored walk from Land's End to Brixham by four fishermen's wives

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now means the sculpture will be unveiled in the town next month

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A bluefin tuna weighing abott 3 0 pounds has been caught in Cornwall.

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It took more than three hours to land.

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It was caught by the skipper of a boat based in Helford.

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He posted the picture on Facebook saying the fish had been

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A row has broken out in the East Devon countryside over

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the chopping down of scores of trees by a major local employer.

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The company involved says it's done nothing wrong.

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But objectors say the felling is unacceptable.

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In a moment we'll hear what's allowed and what's not from the UK's

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lead charity for trees, but first here's Harriet Br`dshaw.

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Georgina Turner runs a caravan park near Woodbury Salterton where peace

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But now she says that's under threat.

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It was just a complete canopy of trees, so you couldn't

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see through, it greatly deadened all the noise.

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A number of the trees which helped conceal the business park

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At least 50 trees on the site have been chopped down

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And now, you know, the noisd is so much greater.

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It has made a real difference to the caravan park

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and the enjoyment of the people that come here for their holidays.

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The company which owns the business park, FWS Carter and Sons,

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has been developing part of the site even though planning

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The felled trees didn't have a preservation order on them,

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but the council's now put one on those that do remain,

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and it says it is going to take enforcement action to reverse some

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But the trees have gone for good, and this councillor's appalled.

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Because it is this thin edgd of the wedge, if they are allowed

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to cut down on those trees, they can cut down other

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trees and develop further into the countryside.

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FWS Carter and Sons Limited says it's appealing against the planning

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refusal and it's going to resubmit two applications.

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It says thousands of other trees have been planted in the arda

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and that 30 jobs will be crdated by its expansion plans.

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Pauline Buchanan-Black is the director of the Tree Council.

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Thank you for joining us. As a charity you promote the importance

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of trees and the changing environment and of course the

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environment is changing all the time. How important is it to protect

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our trees and as many as possible? The problem largely is that people

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don't realise how little protection most trees have as we have seen in

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this instance. It is import`nt because the green infrastructure

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whether it is in the town whth the countryside make a huge difference

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to the quality of people's lives. We have already heard that treds being

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felled as made a cycling through from a holiday location through to a

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business park. That is just one example. There are examples all over

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the south-west I am sure th`t many of your viewers will almost now be

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picking up the phone to tell you about. It really does make `

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qualitative difference to pdople's lives. So, if a tree is on xour land

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and you want to get rid of ht in your garden you might think it is a

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bit of a risk, can you just chop it down? It is on your land. If it does

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not have a tree preservation order on it and it isn't an icon

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submission area then the ch`nces are that yes you will be able to chop it

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down. -- conservation area. People always think blogs are alwaxs

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automatically protected and the answer is they are not. -- oak

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trees. The tree preservation orders are actually only for trees that

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have something called amenity value. It bit of jargon, sorry abott that,

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but that basically means can use trees be seen from the publhc

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highway or a footpath or melbers of the public generally going `bout

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their business? So if your tree is in your back garden and no one else

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can see it except you, you can do what you like. However if it is in

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the front garden, that maybd a deeper story. Thank you for joining

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us. My pleasure. All this week on Spotlight

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we're featuring some of the well-established

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manufacturers in the region who tend to stay "under

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the radar" despite carrying Tonight we're at a Cornwall company

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which, over the decades, has helped British TV viewers enjoy

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some of the ground-breaking moments in broadcasting, from Telst`r

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to the first moon landings. Our business correspondent

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Neil Gallacher reports This is the kind of manufacturing

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many people seem to assume Britain The machining of precision

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components that starts out The whole process from design

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to manufacture has been This business is different

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from the others we are feattring as there is no easy way to say

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what it is that they do. Despite being called

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Flann Microwave, they have nothing to do with Flann Microwave

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and definitely have nothing This equipment will be sold

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around the world and Flann Their equipment was

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key for this station Up on the fantastic dish aerial

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focuses the interest of the nation. Scientists and the Post Offhce

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engineers... They received some of the fhrst

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live transatlantic TV Flann's components

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are everywhere here. All these components have to be

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designed and manufactured. Companies like Flann are the bedrock of the

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satellite industry. Flann moved to Cornwall

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in 1970 having launched Being down in Cornwall,

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away from the pressures of the rest of the country, they are frde

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to think and be creative and make solutions to problems

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that our customers present, or maybe the customers don't know

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what they have got. Flann's technology helped bring

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pictures of the moon They're still at the cutting edge,

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but today that means A Devon artist has been givdn the

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massive challenge to make a sculpture celebrating the lhfe of

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David Bowie. It will be installed in Buckinghamshire where he latnched

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two of his albums of the 1970s. Sculptor Andrew Sinclair lives and

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works that works near North`llerton. Our reporter goes to meet hhm. Look

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closely. Who do you see? # There is a star man... David Bowie

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in the early 1970s. A cast of the music icon's face at that thme, it

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is inspiration for Devon artist Andrew Sinclair's own David Bowie

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masterpiece. I am studying the facial features, looking at what

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makes you say so unusual. It is small now but imagine this.

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Life-size and cast in bronzd. It is not going to be a pop star standing

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with a guitar or a microphone. It has to be more than that. There is

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too much to David's personality to just present him as one point in

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time. He wasn't just Ziggy Stardust. He was a myriad of things. The

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artwork is planned for Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire where the star

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launched two albums. His music and even his life itself contintes to

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inspire here. This soundscape generated from data about D`vid

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Bowie's album sales. Great pop artists have an impact on the whole

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of society during the time they are active and he was active for so many

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years and he has had such a great impact. It is important we remember

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and celebrate people like that. Back in the studio. Fundraising hs

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underway to pay for the sculpture. The exact design is secret for now.

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What is Andrew Sinclair feeling under pressure? To say a lifetime

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for me and something that -, a chance of a lifetime. Something I

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can create for David Bowie fans worldwide. Something that would

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inspire them. Really import`nt. I'm sure David would agree.

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Now, if you were watching Spotlight last night you'll remember the story

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about the group of people in their 90s at a care home

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in Dorset who'd been learning to post their images on sochal media

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using the hashtag #connectionsproject to keep them

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As you can see, they've been at it again today.

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Well, after the programme we were contacted by one

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of our viewers, Joan Cool, who at 97 years old is a regular

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We spoke to her earlier via webcam about when she started

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Well, my daughter, it must be about...

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Said, "Mum, you can programme your video.

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And I thought, if I got a computer, I could print the minutes as I had

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to type them on an old typewriter with correcting fluid

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I can see that you are on Facebook as well.

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Do you have lots of friends on Facebook?

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I had 40 greetings on my Facebook for my birthday.

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Tell us some of the things you do with it.

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I'm afraid of making a mistake myself.

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And Joan, we know it was yotr birthday last Sunday.

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Can we just say that you do look lovely today,

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cos you've had your hair done this morning, haven't you?

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Yes, it couldn't have been a better day, could it?

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How would you say the internet has changed your life,

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then, in terms of how you communicate with people now

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Instead of phoning, I just send a message to my son or play Scrabble

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And another friend I know, I've met three friends who've been

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I have one friend who I say good morning to.

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We both say good morning to each other.

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And Joan, for anybody who doesn t do social media who hasn't got

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a computer, what would you say to them?

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Well, I've just been talking to one of my friends now

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I said, "Oh, if I can do it, she can."

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And, I mean, I must admit I get in a mess sometimes,

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I think we all have problems with the internet from time to time,

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but one of the things that ht has brought us is the opportunity

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to speak to you, and it's bden one of my favourite interviews.

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Joan, thank you very much indeed for joining us.

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We could have chatted to Jonah all afternoon. It made her day ,- made

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our day. She has posted a F`cebook picture tonight of her who was just

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one-year-old with her mother. Thank you very much for sending it.

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Now, there's just three weeks to go until this year's Children Hn Need,

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Pudsey has already been out and about meeting

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A store in Plymouth has been taking part in Jump for Pudsey as part

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of a national initiative to get people moving and raising

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And we're not sure who had the most fun - Pudsey or the shoppers!

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OK, are we going to jump together then?

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And if you want to get involved in fundraising you can

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get all the information you need at bbcchildreninnedd.co.uk.

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Don't forget to then share your photos on the

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Spotlight Facebook page - we look forward to seeing them!

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I thought Pudsey looked a bht tired after all that. Let's see what the

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weather is doing. Good evenhng. Motto great deal of change. It will

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be a bit boring of the next few days. No real rain in the forecast.

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A few light showers today. Fully next few days it is dry. Thhs a

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picture of some sunshine in Cornwall and further north across sole parts

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of Somerset. In the east of Exmoor some sunshine breaking throtgh. I

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think we will get some more tomorrow but it will be misty and foggy

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overnight tonight and some sunshine with temperatures staying on the

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mild side. 15 or possibly 16. The biggest problem is going to be fog

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overnight. A bit of clearance of the cloud this afternoon and with those

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clear skies and temperature dropping down to six or seven Celsius the

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fault will become quite thick by the morning. This is the weather front

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that produced the spot of drizzle we had earlier debate. It is now moving

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out of the way and we are ldft with an area of high pressure. That looks

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at it will be with us right through to the weekend. Hardly any change

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over the next few days. These were the fans stayed at to the wdst of

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Britain. There is the cloud structure from earlier todax. In the

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last few hours we have had ` good deal of clearance. Temperattre is

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already falling. This was e`rlier today in Salcombe weather w`s rather

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a lot of cloud and it stuck with us. This is the lifeboat. Salcolbe has

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had a rich history of lifeboats and tomorrow, 100 years ago sadly the

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lifeboat disaster and we will be there live on Spotlight. We will see

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this layer of cloud continud eastwards tonight. Temperattres will

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fall away smartly. There will be mist and fog which becomes puite

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extensive by the morning. Overnight temperatures... Tomorrow it is a

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grey start a misty one. It will lift and we should get some sunshine

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More than we have seen todax particularly for those that stay

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great all day. In the sunshhne we should get temperatures up to 1 or

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15 or possibly 16 if you get a couple of hours of sunshine. Not too

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bad tomorrow. With the Isles of Scilly Rather cloudy but mostly

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fine. The breezes mini for the west or south west. Times of high

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water... For our surfers thd waves are not very big. A bit choppy

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because we have got westerlx winds at the moment. The coastal waters

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forecast... A generally fair with good visibility. This might look a

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bit like a stuck record bec`use not a great deal of change from Friday

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through Sunday. Spot the difference. A bit cooler perhaps at night. Some

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brightness tomorrow. Some fog around first thing every morning btt it

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could rather grey for Saturday and Sunday. I am hopeful the sunshine

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will work on that so it is not all bad news. No real rain in the

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forecast at the moment. Havd a good evening. By the weight if you are a

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pensioner and you are a dab hand with a webcam, why not have a chat

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to as? I would love it out like that every day! Have a lovely evdning.

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Good night. You'll see boxing gloves,

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put them on, # Well, well, well,

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just look who's here... # # If I knew you were coming,

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I'd have baked a cake... #

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