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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Tonight, the inquest into a death on a holiday island.

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Josh Clayton's body was recovered from rocks off Scilly ten days

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A jury hears there were no signs of drowning or of an attack.

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Also tonight: An outbreak of birdflu - a strain of the virus has been

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confirmed in swans at a site in Dorset, another case has

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Go the Green Army - Plymouth Argyle saves the day

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on Sunday for what could be a lucrative FA cup run.

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Pilgrims fans are still celebrating and now relishing the prospect

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I have lost my voice, I'm sorry about that, but I am ecstatic. It

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was something else. Something else. The death of a Taunton man who went

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missing in the Isles of Scilly in 2015 remains a mystery,

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an inquest has heard today. Josh Clayton had been working

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at a cafe on the island of Tresco. The 23-year-old's body was pulled

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from the sea ten days after he was last seen

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at a staff party. Spotlight's John Danks has been

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at inquest and sent this report Josh Clayton was last seen at around

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145 on the morning of the 13th of September 2000 and 15. He had been

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at a party on Tresco where he worked. Ten days after his

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disappearance, his body was discovered on a small island north

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of Tresco but how he died still remains unclear. A friend sick

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pathologist said there were no obvious signs of injury on his body.

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Neither were there signs of drowning. He recorded the cause of

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death as an ascertained. Toxicology reports done no trace of drugs in

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Josh's system. He had consumed alcohol that evening. The family's

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barrister asked the pathologist of a bloodstained shirt was analysed. No,

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said the pathologist. Asked if it was possible that an assault may

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have taken place, no came the reply but there was no sign of one. The

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family travelled down for the inquest which is due to run until

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Friday. Almost a decade after bird flu

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was confirmed on the Dorset coast, the disease has reappeared

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in the same colony of swans. The bodies of nine of the animals

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at the world famous site at Abbotsbury, near Weymouth,

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have tested positive Tonight, another case of the illness

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in a wild bird has emerged Steve Humphrey has spent the day

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at the visitor attraction in Dorset. It is the second time in nine years

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that bird flu has hit this one are re-. Signed to save the virus is

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being spread by wild birds first in Europe now in the UK. ET dead swans

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have been found here, twice the normal number.

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Confirmation of the presence of the bird flu virus

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here at Abbotsbury Swannery came after ten dead swans

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were sent for tests - nine tested positive for the H5N8

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Very concerned for the birds. It is not a threat to humans generally,

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that has been confirmed, so that he is the good thing but it is a very

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serious condition for the birds. It does strike the long once

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particularly very hard. So far this winter around 80 swans have been

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found dead, double the usual number for the winter. Back in 2008, the

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Swan Ory was hit by an outbreak of the more virulent H5N8 strain when a

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series of precautions also put in place. Totally different strain

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which they then thought might possibly commute to humans.

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Perversely, we lost unless the birds then than we have this time. At the

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start of December, the Godman ordered poultry farms like this one

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near Weymouth to bring their free range chickens indoors and to take

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precautions in a bid to stop the virus spreading. They say they are

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disappointed that DEFRA did not tell them about the presence of the virus

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are a few miles away. We had that from our vet that we liaise with and

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over social media. You want more information? It is not good enough.

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Already keeping their chickens indoors has led to a car in egg

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production. 20% of what we normally get so for us financially, it is

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quite a big impact. The measures imposed to restrict the spread of

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bird flu will be in force until February 20. The Food Standards

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Agency says the virus does not pose a food safety issue for consumers.

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They say thoroughly cooked poultry and eggs are safe to eat.

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Hospitals across the region remain under huge pressure tonight.

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The Royal Cornwall is still at level 4, formerly known as black alert,

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whilst Torbay, Yeovil, Derriford and the Royal Devon

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and Exeter hospitals are all on level 3, formerly known

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Against this backdrop there's increasing concern over plans to cut

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The Royal College of Nursing says patient safety could be put

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at risk and it could lead to increased bed blocking.

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They also warn that staff will need more training to care

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More from our health correspondent Jenny Walrond.

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Our community hospitals are much loved but across Devon,

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Beds in Cornwall and Somerset are also at risk.

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Instead we are told people are better off

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Some of those beds at risk of closure or here at

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Those behind the proposals say they can care for nearly four times

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as many people in their own homes for the same cost as running

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an impatient community hospital unit such as the one here.

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But the Royal College of Nursing says its staff would need proper

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training to move from working in hospital to the community

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and that there are concerns of the impact on patients.

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You will have people staying in acute hospital beds

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because that is a safe place or you'll have people kept at home

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in their own homes with insufficient support to keep them safe.

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My concern is we will have people who are alone and without having

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appropriate nursing or domiciliary care to be looked after in a way

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which you or I would want to be looked after.

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Two separate consultations have been running on the plans for Devon.

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Health commissioners for new Devon CCG say

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they will analyse the responses from their consultation,

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but that it it is a proposal to provide care and support at home

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and in the community and prevent unnecessary hospital admissions.

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But those whose local beds face closure will not

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This is a new hospital, it's only 12 years old which is new compared

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to the likes of Tavistock, for example, built

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This is state-of-the-art and it would be criminal

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to close the facilities that we have got here.

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We are living longer but often with ill health and the dilemma

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of how we care for elderly and frail people with the funding available

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Now a round up of other news in the South West tonight.

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A young mother from Devon who had a rare and aggressive form

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Kim Jenkins, from Christow, was featured on Spotlight just

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before Christmas after her local community raised thousands of pounds

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Her husband Tom said she passed away on Saturday night peacefully

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A sick fisherman has been rescued from a boat in French waters

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and airlifted to the Royal Cornwall Hospital.

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The UK Coastguard winched the man from the vessel, which was 100

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nautical miles south of Newquay early this morning.

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His condition wasn't thought to be life-threatening.

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Work has started in the North Devon village of Braunton that

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Large parts of Caen Street are susceptible to flash

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floods after heavy rain, despite defences being improved.

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The last major flood affected dozens of homes

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The work will improve drainage to allow flood water in Caen Street

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The Devon economy had a ?4.2 million boost last year thanks

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A report today says the prestigious race saw more than 250,000 people

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lining the 93-mile route to watch some of Britain's biggest

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cycling stars, including Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark

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The government has today announced a new contract -

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worth more than quarter of a billion pounds - for Leonardo

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The deal will see the company, previously known as Agusta Westland,

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providing service and training support for the UK military's

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But while the government says it will safeguard up to 500 jobs,

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the union says it does little to safeguard the long-term

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future of the Yeovil site, as Clinton Rogers now reports.

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The minister in charge of buying things for the Armed Forces came

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to Yeovil Town to trumpet today's announcement for the local

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economy and in particular the workforce here.

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It is a deal that will secure the cutting edge aircraft

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for the Royal Navy and for the Army and I know will support hundreds

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of skilled jobs right across the south-west.

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It is all about these helicopters, the Wildcat.

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62 of which were made in Yeovil for service

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The contract is valued at ?271 million and it's

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essentially for the maintenance of the helicopters for the next five

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years, but what was announced today is just the latest stage of a 30

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year contract that was signed back in 2012, so critics argue

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it is really recycling old news and that in any case,

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what this place really needs is new orders for new aircraft.

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And yet last year the Ministry of Defence decided not to let

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Leonardo build the new Apache attack helicopter, preferring

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That went to America and this almost feels like it is second best.

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The aircraft in this production shed are here

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Right now there are no new orders but the company says it is talking

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Not firm orders yet but like any business,

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we know where the customer is and we know what their

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requirements are and we're working hard to land those orders this year.

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There remains a question over the equipment used to make

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the airframes for the Wildcat amid suggestions that could be moved

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Even then the equipment is actually owned by the British government.

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The minister says no decision has been made yet.

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Coming up next: How a trip to the barbers could

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And we will be looking back at Plymouth Argyle's fantastic day at

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Anfield and looking forward to their FA Cup replay against Liverpool.

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You may remember a visit to a barbers in Torbay last year -

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This one offers clients, suffering with depression,

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a place to talk, and due to its continued work

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and success, it's now hoping to expand the service

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The Lions Barber Collective is made up of people who provide a listening

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ear while cutting hair and their ambitious plans

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for the future come on the day the Prime Minister promised more

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Rick Edwards has been to see how the idea is already

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Taking care of your appearance can make you feel better about yourself.

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A chip to the barber can give you a lift but not in the way you can fix.

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As you can tell, I don't need a haircut but these days there's more

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than one reason to visit. Statistically more men are more than

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likely to die from suicide than anything else under the age of 45

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and this barber has decided to do something about it. Men chat to the

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barber is often more frankly than they do with their doctors. Paul has

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previously attempted suicide. Coming here has helped him open up about

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how he feels. You are in an nonclinical setting, it's quite laid

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back, there is a good atmosphere in Tom's in particular. It is easy to

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talk to him. He asks questions and he gets quite a lot of information

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out of you that allows him to help you and guide you to what you need.

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This began because Tom Chapman lost a friend to suicide. When we started

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it was one of those things that I said if we could save one person, I

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would be more than happy, but so far, personally, there have been

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four people that we have helped and I feel we have saved lives there and

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I said that was massive. These hairdressers are not councillors but

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they have received training to know what to look for. It is very one to

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one, you are very involved. Physically you are changing them

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usually for the good and then if you could do that mentally as well and

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have that sort of discussion, there is the connection. By becoming a

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charity, they hope to train more hairdressers to recognise mental

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health issues and hopefully do their bit to help save lives.

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It's time for the sport now and the match a lot

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Plymouth Argyle and Liverpool of course - and now we've got

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another one to look forward to haven't we, Nat?

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Yes, and we heard this afternoon when the replay

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at Home Park is going to be - it's next Wednesday the 18th January

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Argyle are set to make ?1 million from their cup run when they add

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in the takings from this replay, after yesterday finished 0-0.

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Almost 9,000 fans travelled to Liverpool.

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Hamish Marshall was with them at Anfield, but now he's at Home Park,

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What a difference 24 hours makes. It is pretty quiet this evening, it

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wasn't at Anfield yesterday and it will not be quiet here in nine days'

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time. A week on Wednesday is the date for that FA Cup third round

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replay. What a result from Plymouth as they ensured that the five times

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European champions are coming to Home Park for the first time in

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almost 55 years. Seldom has a game with no goals

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been so well received. The faces of the travelling

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Green Army telling the story. And back in Plymouth,

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the fans enjoyed the almost Never has a 600 mile

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round trip felt so worthwhile. Our little West Country team

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did everybody proud. I've lost my voice, I'm sorry

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about that, but I'm ecstatic, Had Jake Jervis converted

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Plymouth's best chance, it could have been even better,

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but a replay is a win-win. The Premier League giants coming

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to Home Park and a big payday for the club and a reality check

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for the superstars. Not as luxurious dressing

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rooms as they are here, even though we are in a Portakabin,

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but from that point of view, Liverpool thought they could win

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without some of their Surely they can't

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run that risk again. They did really well,

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so they deserved it and obviously They deserved it and now we've

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all go there and try to do better. Today, fans were already

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at Home Park in the rain trying I thought before we went up

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yesterday that a draw It will be the maximum

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crowd we can get. There will be a huge

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demand for tickets. In my lifetime I can't remember such

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a big match at Home Park. There are a lot of Plymouth

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fans and Liverpool fans Now bring on the game

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no one wants to miss. This week-macro there will be queues

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and people camping out trying to get their hands on tickets. Exact

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details of how and when they are going on sale have not been

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revealed. The crowd well the summer over 15,000. Liverpool are entitled

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to 50% of the tickets, around 2500. When you think there were almost

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9000 Argyle fans at Anfield yesterday, not that many more are

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going to get to see the game at Home Park. Those that do over how they

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might to remember. As you may have spotted there,

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Argyle Chairman James Brent enjoyed the day out at Anfield

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as much as anyone else, but he's back in the South West now

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and joins us from Exeter. Have you found it hard to

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concentrate being back at work today? No, it was a great day out

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yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it overnight and did a couple of

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interviews this morning and then have been at work today. Focused on

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the challenges on the NHS. ?1 million. What are you going to spend

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it on? New players? No. We have reviewed the budget for the current

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transfer window with Derek. We are looking at strengthening the squad,"

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is doing reasonably well at the moment. The door is open if we need

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to strengthen further. Did you play for Detroit to boost your revenue?

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-- drawer. No, we play to win. Derek and that squad does not turn up to a

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match to have an occasion, they turn up to when and beforehand, it wasn't

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that far away from pulling that off from right at the last moment. When

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are we going to know more about the tickets? We will note very shortly.

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I was hoping I would be to say something, but we will be able to

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tell people very shortly and as always, our members get priority

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allocation so no members need worry that they will not get a ticket. Did

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you meet Jurgen Klopp yesterday? I did meet him. I passed him in the

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tunnel and he was very concentrated on what he was doing, we passed but

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I saw he was very focused on check our squad but he did not check it

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quite well enough. Well done. Thank you for talking to us and we will

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see you soon. Away from the football now

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and Exeter Chiefs missed the chance to inflict a rare home defeat

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on Premiership champions Saracens. New laws brought in last week to try

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and reduce head injuries were again under the microscope with the hosts

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reduced to fourteen men early on. It is up there with the toughest

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fixtures in club rugby and if you don't believe me,

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just ask Geoff Parling who was Richard Barrington saw red

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for the shoulder challenge and home skipper Brad Barritt has since been

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cited for the initial tackle. It took something special

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for the Chiefs to make Jack Nowell plucking a crossfield

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kick out of the air with one hand Flanker Don Armand look

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like a winner when he burst through. Sadly, same corner, different result

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as the ball was knocked out of his grasp as he went

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to ground it. And they were made to pay

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in the second half as Saracens showed just why they are champions,

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scoring late on to force a draw. And finally from me, here's

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a candidate for Try of the Season. It came in Redruth's National Two

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South's match with Chinnor. Alex Ducker set off from his own 22,

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regaining his chip ahead before putting on the after-burners to beat

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another three defenders Redruth went on to win the game 20

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9- tall. Fantastic! Good weekend of support all round. The draw for the

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next round is coming up this evening. BBC Two, seven o'clock. It

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is number 17, Plymouth Argyle at an Liverpool's ball. So frustratingly

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could not watch it unless you had the right channel. That his life.

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One wonders what sort of whether they will get next week because if

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you believe anything in the press, apparently, we are in for a lot of

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snow. Is that true? It would be nice. The children would love to see

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some. I cannot see us seeing a lot. Don't believe everything you read.

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It is getting colder. Next couple of days, little change in the weather.

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After this Wednesday it starts to cool down. The bigger problem will

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be the risk of quite widespread frost developing from Wednesday

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night onwards. We have had some rain today, that is now moving through

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and behind that, for a time, clear skies. As we move through the next

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two days, a lot of cloud and another weather front. Some quite frequent

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showers associated with that. Then a more definite change to colder air

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coming in from Greenland, Iceland through Wednesday night and

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Thursday. Thursday, we are in too much colder air and an increasing

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risk of the show was turning wintry. The rain that has been falling today

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has now gone on for a time he had clear skies which means temperatures

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will get into single figures but the show with will come along quite

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quickly. Fairly isolated showers through to the early hours of the

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morning and in a few places, temperatures might get as low as

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three or 4 degrees. Not quite cold enough for a touch of Frost and

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tomorrow will be quite a cloudy day. Frequent showers. For a time, some

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more persistent rain and then somewhat drier. But we do keep a lot

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of cloud so don't expect too much sunshine tomorrow. O'Driscoll

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north-westerly wind but still relatively mild with temperatures of

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ten, possibly 11 degrees. For the Isles of Scilly, here generally

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quite cloudy. Quite blustery with a view showers. It does stay rather

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grey. Times of high water at Penzance to 20 4pm... And the

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forecast for our surfers, very messy conditions with the onshore winds.

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See temperatures nine, 10 degrees. Sheltered surf along the south

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coast. There is an coastal waters forecast. The wins West,

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north-westerly. Good to moderate visibility. Wednesday we start with

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morning temperatures of ten or 11 degrees. By the end of the

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afternoon, back down to eight or nine. And a lot of cloud around on

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Thursday, capable of producing a roof show was. Temperatures down to

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six or 7 degrees. Just 5 degrees on Friday and there is a warning for

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parts of North Devon and more western coastal regions of Cornwall

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of some of the shouters turning increasingly to sleet or snow but

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amounts of snowfall are likely to queue at this stage small. Do not

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get too excited. If you would like to know who Plymouth Argyle could

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face in the next round of the FA Cup, the draw is taking place on BBC

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Two refuelling at this time. Goodbye for now.

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Panorama investigates the deadly terrorist attack

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and should British tourists have been warned about the risks?

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but it's not always the right thing for one person.

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we've run at almost completely 100% capacity.

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We've got lots of patients now competing. There's no beds.

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I do the right thing all the time in this job,

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