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Tonight a former Royal Marine convicted of murder is refused bail.

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Al Blackman was jailed for that killing, but had hoped to be

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Three cheers for Al Blackman! Hurray! Foray! Ore!

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We'll have reaction from Sergeant Blackman's wife.

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Why this housing estate is leaving residents frustrated,

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and driving delivery couriers around a two-mile bend.

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Frantic bidding for Christmas lunch; we're live at this Turkey auction

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to find out why it's enjoying a revival

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And defying the odds after her shock arrival,

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the summer-born reindeer christened at Christmas.

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He'd hoped to be home with his wife and family for Christmas,

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but this evening a former Royal Marine from Taunton

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who is challenging his murder conviction has been told he'll have

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Sergeant Alexander Blackman, who served with Plymouth-based 42

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Commando, is appealing against a life sentence

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He'd applied for bail, but late this afternoon

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that was turned down judges at a Court Martial

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Our Somerset correspondent Clinton Rogers reports.

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Surrounded by vocal support, Alexander Blackman 's wife walked

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into the Court of Appeal with high hopes her husband might be home for

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Christmas. We are obviously disappointed. Two hours later she

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walks out disappointed but still hopeful for the forthcoming appeal

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hearing. Earlier this month at the criminal cases Review Commission

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decided to appeal -- referred the case back to the Appeal Courts that

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is the most important step to getting the conviction and sentence

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overturned. Blackman 's legal team had applied for bail pending that

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hearing, which could be as soon as January. We now know that until it's

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heard the former Royal Marine Sergeant will stay in prison in

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Wiltshire. In his hometown of Taunton it was a decision that got

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reactions. Absolutely should have been allowed out for Christmas, I

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think it's a travesty of justice. To have had a bail now at this at this

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stage would approve -- would presume the appeal is going to be won and I

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don't think you can do it. Disgusting, I think I feel sorry for

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his family and it should be let out straightaway. An MP who has been

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part of the campaign of support for Marine A and visited him several

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times in prison says that Blackman will not be too disillusioned. We

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will meet again tonight. Not an entirely happy man, he would rather

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be at home, but at least he knows a few weeks' time it could be all over

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one way or another. A former Royal Marine colonel told me this

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afternoon that unquestionably Blackman had made a mistake in

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shooting dead the wounded Taliban insurgent, but others may need to

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take some of the blame. Yes, he has failed, but I think to an extent the

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system has failed. Did we look after him properly? Did he know except you

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couldn't do and if he didn't then there was a failure in the system

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because we should have made sure that he did, and if he was under

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stress, as some of the reports suggest, then the system I think

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should have picked up and supported him before. So he -- so Claire

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Blackman will spend another Christmas without her husband but

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there are hopes that 2017 could produce a more positive legal

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produce a more positive legal outcome.

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Next tonight, a community divided by a fence.

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It cuts a housing estate in half, blocking one of the roads

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which is not only frustrating residents, but quite

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literally sending delivery drivers around a bend,

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So who is responsible, and who is sitting on the fence?

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I am on my way to visit a lady called Jean

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who is having problems with deliveries because when

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drivers, with their sat-navs or the maps they are following,

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come down this road, they suddenly find that this is in the way.

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And getting to the other side of this fence is quite some detour.

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Well, that was the shortest way around and it is

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Dubbed the Berlin Wall. Nothing can get through.

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Don't know where to go for this part of Carhaix Way.

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People on this side who have small children, there is a little hole

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in a hedge that is actually very tricky to get through.

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That is what they have to come through to be able to walk.

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Otherwise, if they have transport, they have to get their vehicles

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A number of different developers have built on this estate

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with their own individual planning permissions, but even though these

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neighbouring developments are meant to join the two ends of Carhaix Way

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up, there is approximately a one foot difference

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Kaylea has also had problems with deliveries.

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One driver who was on the wrong side just gave up.

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Rather than coming back around or calling us,

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the delivery driver left the ticket on the fence and took a picture

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of the actual ticket and then actually said that unfortunately

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Buses, bikes and pedestrians are supposed to be able

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Both developers insist they carried out their developments exactly

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as stipulated in the planning permissions, to the letter.

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So I asked the local planners, how could this happen?

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They did not really answer that question but they did tell me

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that they are meeting with Devon County Council,

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the highways authority, in the new year to discuss how

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'Turn around when possible...' For now, and certainly this

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Christmas, delivery drivers are going to have to cope

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with what is in front of them and find a way around.

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Now a round up of some of tonight's other news:

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Two men have been jailed for the murder of a pensioner in Cornwall.

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72-year-old David Alderson was found dead in a pond at a disused mine

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Kevin Cooper from Carharrack was sentenced to 28 years in jail.

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Trewen Kevern from Falmouth was given a 20-year sentence.

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Devon and Cornwall Police say they're investigating allegations

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of historic abuse within football clubs in the South West.

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They say they relate to non-league and junior sides.

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Plymouth Argyle, Torquay United and Yeovil Town say

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they're not aware of any allegations involving them.

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That's also understood to be the case at Exeter City.

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95% of households across Devon and Somerset should have access

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A company called Gigaclear has been awarded four out of six publicly

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funded contracts to roll out broadband to remote areas

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The police are urging people to think twice before

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Officers say a large number of calls are still being received

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Call handlers in Dorset dealt with more than 34,000 calls

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An IKEA furniture store on the outskirts of Exeter has

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The city council approved plans for the store to be

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built south of the A379, near Newcourt Way.

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The development includes plans for 220 new homes.

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Drones are on many a Christmas wish list this year,

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and it seems not just as toys for boys.

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South West Water is planning to buy them to carry special cameras that

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can spot water leaks in the ground, as part of an effort to stem

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the flow of more than 80 million litres of water that pours

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A precious resource, but it is estimated more

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than 80 million litres of water a day are lost through

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The amount would fill about 32 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

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But flying in this technology could help.

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We are currently working with Exeter University to develop

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thermal sensors to be able to help detect leakage using drones.

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So, a field like this could have a mains running underneath.

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Because it is underground, we cannot see it.

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Potentially, by using the thermal sensor, we would be able to fly over

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and there would be different temperature signatures

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which could potentially detect leakage or problems with the pipe.

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And the lab results so far are looking good.

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But when we pan across to where we have simulated the leak

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and the soil is wet, we see a strong contrast between

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We can export this technique by attaching smaller thermal

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cameras onto drones, flying pipeline networks that carry

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South West Water's drinking water, and demonstrating will be leaks

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in that drinking water supply network might be so that then

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South West Water can come in and fix those leaks.

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Test flights using thermal cameras are expected in the spring.

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The humble cauliflower is set for something of a revival

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after being named in the latest list of so-called superfoods,

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having been identified as packed with vitamins

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And that's good news for growers in Cornwall where millions of caulis

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Packed with vitamins and minerals, the humble cauliflower is good

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for your heart and your brain and is now being hailed

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This is where most of the UK's cauliflowers are grown,

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David Simmons has been growing vegetables all his life

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and his business produces 14 million caulis a year.

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Two thirds of your daily vitamin C diet is in three

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cauliflower florettes a day so you don't need oranges,

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It is packed with other vitamins, K, folic acid and things like that.

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It is one of the most versatile vegetables that you can imagine.

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And community cook Sanjay Kumar is going to show us how

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versatile it can be by making a festive cauliflower pancake.

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We are making a vegan pancake, using some green pea flour,

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which was also grown in Britain and then adding some

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vibrant colour through it by making the pancake batter using egg,

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Whisk the egg, the flour and the water in a bowl and then

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add anything you want, especially the cauliflower,

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so there are three different kinds of cauliflower and especially

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with children it works in treat because it is a nice way of hiding

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vegetables into your dish and for vegans it's a treat

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because you've got lots of colour in it and lots of nice

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vegetables which can become a part of your five a day.

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Cut your pancake up into festive Christmas shapes.

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Cornwall's got the fantastic maritime climate that's

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We can grow cauliflowers here 12 months of the year,

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where other parts of the country just can't do that.

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So good for the farmer and good for our diet.

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The perfect recipe for this Cornish industry.

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All the sport still to come tonight, and of course

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the weather with David, plus:

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Welcome aboard the spotlight Express on the South Devon Railway.

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With carols in the carriages, we head on a journey bringing

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In new prison Abbott a thousand birds are going under back hammer,

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including turkeys, and they are all being gobbled up.

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Sport now and Andy's here on a big night for Argyle.

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Plymouth Argyle kick off their FA Cup second round replay with Newport

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The teams couldn't be separated at Home Park more

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than a fortnight ago, despite Newport playing most

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There's a lot at stake as a lucrative trip to Anfield

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to take on Premier League giants Liverpool awaits the winner.

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Argyle's form has picked up again since the first tie and they go

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There is an awful lot riding on any game.

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It is something we want to try and progress.

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The reason we are here in this next round is because we were good

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enough to beat Mansfield in the round before.

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And we'll have highlights of tonight's match in our

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Some cricket news, and Somerset have named Tom Abell as their new captain

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The 22-year-old, who's from Taunton, becomes the youngest skipper

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Abell, seen here on the left, takes over from Australian Chris Rogers

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who retired at the end of the summer.

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Jim Allenby will continue as one-day captain.

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You may remember we showed you some pictures of the Cribbar wave down

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As impressive as that was it's nothing on what you're about to see.

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This was the Nazare Challenge in Portugal and the moment

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Tom Butler, who's from Newquay, came a cropper on a

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He was helped from the sea and taken to hospital after this,

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Get well soon is all I can say after that. A terrifying force of nature!

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Time now to jump back on board the Spotlight Express.

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All this week we're journeying around the South West on some

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Tonight Johnny Rutherford is riding with the South Devon railway,

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where there is a real community feel, as people who like to belt out

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a tune or two get together to sing Carols Down The Line,

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raising money for charity as they travel along the tracks.

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Welcome aboard the Spotlight Express on the South Devon Railway.

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This is no ordinary train ride, this is the chance to

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Yes, you have to be willing to sing your socks off

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I started Carols Down The Line along with my wife about 20-odd years ago

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and we've run it virtually every year since.

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We love Christmas, it's a lovely celebration and we're going

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to have a good singsong when we get to Totnes

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and the Exeter Railway Band have come to provide the music.

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Carols Down The Line is a return fare

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running between Buckfastleigh and Totnes, stopping at stations for

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We ran it to support various charities over the

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years and National Children's Homes and Action For Children and

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there's a lady runs a charity for the Gambia and we have supported

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We have raised, I don't know, ?20,000 or ?30,000 over that time.

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A few tunes by the track and then it's on to the next stop.

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The train, as always, must run on time.

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The whole community, not only from Buckfastleigh,

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but from all over South Devon, and even beyond, come

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together and various organisations, various groups, churches, history

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groups, car groups, anybody, the whole group come together to

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We will sing number 30, In The Bleak Midwinter.

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Even with the constant rain, in tune with the song, the

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We've been about three or four times and we love the atmosphere.

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It really is fantastic and I love singing carols

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Make new friends and see old friends.

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The atmosphere was really, really nice and friendly.

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Brussells sprouts, parsnips, pigs in blankets,

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Whether you like a goose, or nut roast, many will buy

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the traditional turkey this year, but if you haven't already ordered

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one, as luck would have it there are hundreds going under

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the hammer tonight in Newton Abbott in a bidding tradition that

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We can go live now to our reporter Clare Woodling.

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Good evening. Bidding is going on around the clock and certainly

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farmers who have reared these turkeys will be delighted as there

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is a rip roaring trade going on with the bird being sold about every 20

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seconds. It is a vegetarian 's nightmare but for the rest of us it

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is a festive foodie fantasy, as I have been finding out. Come foul or

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fair weather for some foodies there is no ducking out of a big day like

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this. Flocks of people have landed here in Newton Abbot for the annual

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dead poultry auction just before Christmas. The main auctioneer has

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taken me under his wing and show me how it works. The turkeys and birds

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arrived here from about 6:30am on the unloaded the front and the birds

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are carried down and put on trolleys and we put them on the tables, all

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laid out like this and later on we come along and we weigh them, write

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the lot number which is pre-written on a card there and we write the

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weights on, that is ?14.5 and the kilo equivalent. Good evening

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everyone, hope you have your cheque-books ready. The mayor of

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Newton Abbot ceremonially launched proceedings with the first auction.

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They will start the bidding? It was summer she had never done before and

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she told me she was winging it. It is daunting but I have watched

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someone recently toured auction so I took my tips from them and I hope I

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can start it off in a good manner as it could be. Sold at 28! It is

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another feather in her cap. This is the heaviest turkey for sale here

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today and it should feed 20 people and it weighs ?30.5. It will go for

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about ?2 pound so that is an easy some! These people came from Wales

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to bid on a bird. We have never had a Devon turkey before but we will

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see what the taste is like on Christmas Day. It is usually from

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Pembroke. I'm looking at the size and the colour and the plumpness of

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the breast and I'm taking into consideration how well it has been

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plucked. We had a turkey from Newton Abbot last year and we really

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enjoyed and thought the flavour was exceptional and so we decided we

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would come back and see if we could get as good a turkey again. Those

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people in from Cowbridge are among 450 bidders here tonight and come

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what may every bird must be sold. I am joined from Clive Morgan from the

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auctioneers, why is it tradition so important? We are having an

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excellent sale here tonight, it is very important to keep the sales

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going. There's poultry using tonight has all been reared locally and it

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has been well fed and it has been running out on grass and killed

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locally to produce excellent meat and the sale also brings a lot of

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people into the town and the town enjoys a spin off from it and it is

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very good to see these traditions going. In fact these traditional

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sales are improving and people are tending to go for locally produced

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food which is one very good thing. Marvellous, thank you very much

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indeed. From all of this turkey -based action it is back to you!

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Thank you very much. That was a very busy night and we are staying with a

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Christmas theme. It's only a few more sleeps

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until Santa heads out on his sleigh to deliver presents on Christmas

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Eve. Now we all know he's

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picked which reindeer will be helping him,

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but he could soon A baby reindeer born near Whimple

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in Devon defied the odds to survive after her shock arrival

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in the summer. She's now become the star

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attraction at Cotley Farm, as Emma Thomasson has been finding

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out. Sound at the cute animal alarm. This

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baby reindeer was born earlier this year and she came as a bit of a

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surprise to everyone on the farmers bethought her mum was too old to

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conceive. I looked across the field and I thought I saw a baby rabbit

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and the reindeer, but when we came close it was a baby reindeer. It was

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just amazing. It turns out she had been born prematurely so had to be

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hand reared. Mum didn't have any milk and she was so tiny, even if

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she had been able to drink she wasn't tall enough to even reach the

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teats. Luckily, because we farmers, we had a cow that had carved that

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day so she got fell from the coward rather than the reindeer to get her

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started. She has grown a lot since then and has now been weaned away

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from her mum but there was just one thing missing. She doesn't have a

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name. I can think of plenty. How about -- and dancer and brands are

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and fix? -- dancer, France and vixen. A local schoolgirl one a

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local competition with the suggestion of the name Willow. I had

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my new baby cousin born and my uncle and my auntie decided to call her

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Willow so I thought it would be really generous to name the baby

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reindeer Willow. What better name could a girl reindeer ask for full

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Christmas? That's a good choice. Sweet. We will

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now see what the weather is doing in the

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run-up to Christmas. Edwin Poots for San Siro? We are trying to work out

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what way he comes across? He will come from eastern Europe but he

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might end up a bit late but he will be their own time despite the

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headwind. We have unsettled weather as we move into Christmas. There is

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a lot of wind around but thankfully we are a long way from the low

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pressure in the north of the country which now has a name. Tomorrow is a

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quiet day for all of us with a few showers away and feeling a little

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bit cooler. We will have sunshine but the winds pick up overnight.

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This was earlier today in Teignmouth, where our cameraman got

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a glimpse of sunshine, hazy sunshine, on today, the Winter

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solstice, the day where we have the least number of minutes of daylight.

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From now on the nights will be shorter and the days will get better

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with a bit more sunshine. Today is very unsettled and the pattern of

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weather doesn't change much in the next few days. It does get better

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next week. This line of cloud has the boundary between colder air on

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one side of it and mild moist air along its boundary. It will

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eventually move away from us and lie across the middle of Europe. Coming

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out of Canada, like an express train is a new area of low pressure that

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is racing up to the far north of Scotland. We will see some pretty

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lively winds associated with it on Friday. The weather front is

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bringing heavy rain through the afternoon on Friday afternoon and as

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we move into Christmas Eve it is south-west winds for both Christmas

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Eve and Christmas Day and with the winds on the south-west it means

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pretty mild air for Christmas Day. We could see temperatures of 14 or

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15 so we are pretty sure there is no chance of a white Christmas. The

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cloud and the rain in the last few hours is becoming too clear from the

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North. With slightly colder air and clearing skies it could turn a bit

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chilly overnight with a risk of a touch of frost and a few showers on

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the north coast by dawn tomorrow morning. Quite a few places getting

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down to zero or 1 degrees. Tomorrow will be predominantly dry with

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showers that are fairly isolated with spells of sunshine in between

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and generally much light winds that we have seen recently. Temperatures

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down on what we have seen recently. Nine or ten or 11 in the far west of

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Cornwall. The Isles of Scilly are bright and breezy with sunny spells.

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Here are the times of high water. This is how it looks right through

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and including Christmas Day with windy conditions and for all of us

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it will feel quite mild. Have a good evening. Thank you. The wind has

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nothing to do with the cauliflowers, then David! That is all from all of

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news later. Good night. Don't you news later. Good night. Don't you

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The roads we walk have demons beneath them...

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..and yours have been waiting for a very long time.

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