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The sacrifice of a husband to save his wife.

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Emotional moments in court as a woman from Cornwall recounts

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the day of a Tunisian beach massacre in which her husband was killed.

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Also tonight: a bus carrying school children has crashed in Cornwall

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An investigation is under way after the coach left

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the road near Penzance, the driver was taken to hospital.

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Staff left stunned and a charity out of pocket, as one of the regions

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There was no money on the safe, no stock on the train so they set about

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trashing things and stealing what they could.

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a warning to poultry owners who don't follow the rules

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And we have a cold feeling day tomorrow. Because of the strength of

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wind it will feel like -2 four minus three. I will have all the details

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later in the programme. "I am only here due

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to the bravery of my husband - The words of a woman from Cornwall

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at the inquest into the death of those killed by a gunman

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in an attack on a beach in Tunisia. Cheryl Mellor was on holiday in 2015

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with her husband Stephen and today the inquest was told he died trying

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to save her. Hamish Marshall was at

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the Royal Courts of Justice The couple had been

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married for ten years. They were having a morning

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of the beach, they'd been doing a crossword and were looking forward

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to lunch, but then they were alerted by a booming sound and a gunman

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came closer to them. Stephen Mellor said this is real,

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get down, if either of us survives The couple were clutching

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each other in fear. She said please don't

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shoot, I've got a family. The gunman paused and then

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he shot that woman. Stephen Mellor was shot trying

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to protect his wife. Cheryl Mellor was also

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shot but she survived. And in her evidence what did

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Cheryl Mellor say about the gunmen? She said he was looking

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straight at them. She thought he was enjoying looking

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at them and making them squirm. She said, I believe the gunman

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wanted to kill me but he didn't succeed because she pretended

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to already be dead in the hope She said of her husband,

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I'm only here today And I understand Stephen

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Mellor's mother was also Yes, Dorothy Ingram took

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to the stand and spoke She said they moved to Cornwall aged

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14, he was a wonderful person She said he was an excellent family

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man who enjoyed motor sport, She said he was a wonderful son

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who was always at the end of a phone and available

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to help her whenever he could. This is the second week of these

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inquests into the deaths We're not expecting them to conclude

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for about another five weeks or so. Hamish Marshall at the Royal Courts

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of Justice, thank you. A coach carrying school children

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crashed in West Cornwall today. All the children are safe and none

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needed hospital treatment. Police say the coach left the A30

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near Penzance between the Newton The coach was carrying 28 children

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and a teacher from St Ives School to a swimming gala in Penzance

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and was just a few miles from Eyewitnesses say the vehicle crossed

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over the opposite lane It's clear from the tracks

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that the coach came over the grass verge, over this public footpath

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and then came to rest, destroying fencing here

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at the entrance to this field. The children were described as upset

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and shocked but unhurt. The driver was taken

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to the Royal Cornwall Hospital No-one would be interviewed

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from the school but in a statement it said none of the children

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were injured and they were brought back to school

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on a replacement vehicle. It also said the coach

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was travelling at a low speed The coach is owned

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by Williams Travel. They haven't as yet

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commented on the accident. The coach was towed away and will be

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tested and examined to find out A court has been told the former

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boss of the NHS Trust that runs Torbay Hospital committed an extreme

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breach of trust for giving work to her husband without declaring

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a personal interest. Paula Vasco Knight denies two counts

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of fraud while she was the chief executive of the South Devon NHS

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Trust. John Henderson reports

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from Exeter Crown Court. Paula Vasco Knight with her husband

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Stephen, wearing a green He denies one count of fraud,

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she denies two counts of fraud while she was the boss of NHS

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services in South Devon, including Torbay Hospital

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where she was based up to May 2014. The prosecution alleged

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the frauds total about ?20,000 and centre on two contracts

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authorised by Paula Vasco Knight for a firm run by her husband,

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a graphic designer. One was for newsletters

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for ?9,000, and others The court heard Paula Vasco Knight

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was also the national lead for Habib Natalie denies two counts

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of assisting an offence. Gareth Evans told the court

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that the prosecution's case is that is that Paula Vasco Knight

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with the assistance of Natalie avoided any declaration of interest

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when her husband was contracted to carry out the production

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of newsletters for The court was told that the work

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on the document was never completed, even though Paula Vasco Knight

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authorised a payment Mr Evans described that work

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as a complete sham and he told the court that when a MacBook pro

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was returned by Knight, all the graphic design software

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she had asked for had been deleted and the computer had been reset

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to its factory settings. A look at some of the other

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stories making the news A Plymouth Argyle footballer

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who was declared a rapist following a civil action in Scotland

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has left the club. David Goodwillie and a former

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Dundee United team-mate, David Robertson, were ordered to pay

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damages to the woman. The striker has now left Argyle

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after asking to be released from his contract to focus

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on a potential appeal The union Unison is taking

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legal action over workers who lost their jobs when the NHS 111

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service in Devon was transferred from South Western Ambulance

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to the company Vocare which was subcontracted

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by Devon Doctors. Unison says their terms

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and conditions should The case is ongoing and Vocare,

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Southwestern Ambulance and Devon Doctors are yet to respond

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to Unison's claims. Truro is to bid to become

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a European Capital of Culture for 2023 after Cornwall council's

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cabinet voted in favour of spending Officers believe, if successful,

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it could bring ?100 million to the county, but critics say it's

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the wrong time with so many Politics is defined by highs

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and lows and in the South West the Liberal Democrats have

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experienced both in recent years. With plenty to celebrate

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as they created a stronghold here at the 2005 general election,

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ten years later their faces told a very different story

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as they were wiped out in Cornwall - some well-known MPs

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losing their seats. But their current leader insists

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the party is staging a fightback. Tim Farron is in Cornwall

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to launch their campaign ahead of local elections in May,

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and Tamsin Melville has spent the day with him,

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and joins us now from Truro. Yes, it has been a lovely day to be

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out and about across Cornwall. Tim Karen's team started in Redruth and

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ended up in Lawrence and this evening knocking on doors, and it is

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this pavement politics that the party says is staging a revival in

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its fortunes. It is one council by-elections in recent months but is

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that enough to say things are on the up? Here is what Tim Farron said.

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The gains we have made since the summer have been staggering, Ford

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gains on Cornwall Council. The membership of the party has doubled

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in the last 18 months in Cornwall, and every election starts at zero,

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zero, you have to start and go out and earn the vote. So what was the

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mood on the doorstep? I would say it was mixed. Brexit was the hot topic.

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The Lib Dem 's have pinned their pro-EU colours to the mast and that

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goes down in the next way. In Cornwall, where the majority vote

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was to leave, is that a risky strategy? Having the courage of your

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convictions is risky but not doing it is riskier, and saying to British

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people who voted to leave or remain, it is right for one party to

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challenge the government to say people may have voted to deed the

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youth but is it really right to extract is from the single market?

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So there will be local elections here at Cornwall Council in May. Tim

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Farron says he will be back in the region and he could be coming to a

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doorstep near you soon. And you can hear more

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from Tim Farron on this That's here on BBC One

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at 11am this Sunday. Volunteers and staff at a heritage

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railway have been left shocked and upset after vandals broke

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in and damaged some The charity which runs

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the South Devon railway says the cost of repairing the damage

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will run into As John Danks reports, a police

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investigation is now underway. It's the second time in less

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than a year that vandals have struck But this latest attack has

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been more extensive. Repairs have already been carried

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out on the window of this 1930s coach as volunteers and staff tried

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to keep the elements out. We've had to replace

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five train windows. That's 350 quid a pop

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for the glass alone. They stole a pair of two way radios,

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that's about ?700 worth They can't use those

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either because they're They even stole a bar

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of chocolate which belonged It was a big trail of damage

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and it's about ?5,000 all in. The break-in happened

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last Thursday evening. Thieves smashed a window

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to access the booking office, No arrests have being made

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but police are studying CCTV footage It's a damn shame when something

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like this happens because it undoes all the good work and really

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cheeses people off. We've had great support

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from members of the public, a lot of donations from people,

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a lot of offers of volunteer help to This coach had only

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recently been used as part The railway is planning to reopen

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in February as planned. The South Devon Railway is a charity

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and it says thousands of pounds worth of criminal damage is a cost

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it could do without, especially at a time when it's not

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even open for business. It's the end of an era for two men

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crucial to the smooth running They've got more than 85 years'

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experience between them. We'll meet the two admiralty pilots

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who're about to retire. Now, they may not seem all that

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similar but there is one major challenge which connects

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all the following places - the blocks, avenues and streets

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of the Big Apple, the burgeoning skyline of Melbourne,

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Australia and somewhere They've all been named as markets

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where prices for typical houses far outstrip what families on middle

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incomes can afford. Dorset is also mentioned

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in the research which focussed on different areas in

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a range of countries. Janine Jansen has been to see

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what effect it's having on those Lucy Stokes is an estate

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agent in South Brent. All day long she sells houses

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but she's also trying She has just moved here

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from Worcester and she There is a huge

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difference in the prices. Up there you'd be looking around 150

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as a first-time buyer for a three-bed and down here you'd

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be looking to start from about 250. The US property consultancy says

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the least affordable place to live in the world out of nine countries

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surveyed was Hong Kong, with houses at 18 times

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the average household income. Second was Sydney,

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with prices at 12 times. Listed tenth most unaffordable place

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was Bournemouth and Dorset, nine times the income,

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with Plymouth and Devon coming 14th. This survey focuses

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on the middle of the market - housing affordability

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for average households. So in Devon and Plymouth the average

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house price is ?215,000 - the average household income

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is just over ?30,000. This means house prices are seven

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times the average household income. The authors of the report say

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the answer is to build more houses, something the British Government

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says it is doing. The government's made some steps

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in the right direction recently with some changes to buy to let

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mortgages and tax and stamp duty by investors, but they're

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fiddling around the edges. We need a massive increase

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in supply, a sustained increase in supply, building 300,000 homes

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a year to meet projected household demand and backtrack

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on all the unaffordability that Lucy and her boyfriend bring

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in the so-called average household income of ?30,000 but she can't buy

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what she wants. You have a guide price

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of 245 for this one. How does that fit

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in with your budget? Slightly out of my reach

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unfortunately, we're only Lucy regularly hands over keys

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to new buyers and she's waiting for the day she gets

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to keep her own. If she would like to comment on that

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story, please send us an e-mail. If you let your birds run free

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you could face jail. The warning to owners who still need

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to keep their birds undercover in a bid to prevent the spread

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of avian flu. Only yesterday the virus

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was confirmed in a flock of 10,000 But as our environment

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correspondent Adrian Campbell reports, not everyone

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is following the rules, despite a warning of

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fines or even jail. Nigel Stevens is very

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careful about bio-security He has put up a poly tunnel

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to ensure they can't come into contact with wild birds

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or their droppings which might Defra introduced strict

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controls in December - they're still in force but Nigel

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says they are very confusing. As to whether you should keep them

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in cages but have a roof properly plasticed over,

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it's all a bit of guesswork really. We went out and put up

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a temporary poly tunnel to house ours in which does the job

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and still gives them You don't have to look far to see

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there is widespread confusion We filmed these birds

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a week ago in east Devon. They should have been covered over

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to protect them from the virus. Their owners told us they have

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since been advised by trading standards that everyone must comply

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with the law. The Government's chief

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veterinary officer agrees. This particular strain isn't

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a problem for people or for the food chain but it is very severe

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in birds, especially chickens and turkeys but also potentially

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ducks and geese causing severe It's not just hens and it's

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not just in East Devon. Birds which should be undercover can

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easily be found in the countryside. We just happen to be in the area

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filming nearby and noticed this comic geese left out in the open

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unattended. No evidence of any covering for these birds to keep

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them separate from wild birds. The owners of these birds told us

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they needed to be outside But even people like Nigel

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who are doing the right thing say I don't think I know

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who is policing it at all. I don't know whether Defra

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know who is policing it. But Defra insists we all

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have an obligation to inform Trading Standards where the law

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is being broken. It was their first job

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after leaving school, and now with more than 85 years

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service between them two admiralty The men have helped

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guide ships in and out They've seen plenty of changes

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in Devonport as David found out when he met them on board HMS

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Sutherland during their The World Pilot Gig Racing

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Championships, but it wasn't In the 1800s there were lots

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of square riggers coming into port and they needed the local knowledge

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of a pilot to come alongside. The pilots race in their gigs to get

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the work, and a fast crew Today's pilots do the same job

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but it's no longer a race. When we first started

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there was very little on the bridge to give you a hand,

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you had a radar and now you have GPS, electronic charts,

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you can see exactly where you are. Why does the captain need to have

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one of you guys on board? We're there to give the captain

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as much advice as we can, the support of Plymouth,

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local conditions which The wonderful thing about our pilots

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here in Devon Port is they know every inch of the river

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inside and out. For us to be able to tap

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into that experience For us to be able to tap into that

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experience is hugely Is it a lot of pressure,

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do you feel the pressure and stress? Yes, it's pressure but it's job

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satisfaction to feel that you moved a ship 200 metres in length

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in perhaps a ninth and a half metre draft from the sound

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to the dockyard alongside, We've had some close shaves,

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you are bound to over 26 years but we've never any major incidents

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in this port in a long time. Presumably if it's really blowing

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a gale and there's a big sea running, it's quite a hard

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thing to do. Actually getting on and off

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the ships, particularly at night on big ships you can go up to 9

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metre ladders and a big swell running, it gets very difficult

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and as you get older it gets What are you going to do now you're

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going to retire, what's the plan? I've got a boat with a friend that

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we've got a partnership in so I'm going out,

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doing a bit more fishing. I think that was they know they're

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at the end. You didn't take them a bottle, then?

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They're leaving do is tonight so I hope they enjoy themselves.

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Do you think we will clock up 85 years between us?

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We probably nearly have! It feels like it. They do a fantastic service

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and people do not always realise what goes on outside Plymouth Sound,

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all weather, if the wind is up at night they still have to do it. It

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looks like we will see a change in our weather pattern in the next 24

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hours. We have some cold weather tomorrow but you have been out

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catching a glimpse of some interesting weather. This is a

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picture of a formal bow, a rainbow created by sunshine and fog. We have

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also had some lively winds across parts of Cornwall. It is the wind

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that is a feature of the weather, especially tomorrow, and it is a

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cold winter so we will see more clout by the start of the day, it

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will feel a truly cold with high wind-chill because of low

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temperatures out of Europe but also strengthening winds which could

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reach gale force for the western end of the English Channel. Those

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weather fronts are out to the west, they creep a little closer during

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tomorrow but at the same time they squeeze those isobars, that is why

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they have such a strong wind, especially for Cornwall where it

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will be at gale force, then we see weather fronts of the Atlantic,

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slowly opening the door to milder error, and by Saturday we are back

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into Atlantic air and temperatures hopefully back up into double

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figures. At the moment it's bitterly cold. It will be a cold start

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tomorrow with a widespread frosts but the wind-chill there are real

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feature, you end up with temperatures feeling like -2 4-3

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tomorrow morning, so some very cold conditions. This is Karen Cross,

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many of our wind turbines have been pretty busy this afternoon because

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winds have increased. It has been a fine day but feeling cold and it

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will get even colder tonight, so despite the fact we will have a

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breeze and more cloud in the second half of the night, we will see

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temperatures plummeting, getting as low as zero 4-1 in a few places.

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There is more cloud creeping in from the south-east, just about it enough

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for a few showers and with these low temperatures one or two of those

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showers could be wintry. Winds increase and we start tomorrow

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morning wintry, cold, even frosted with temperatures starting from

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three or 4 degrees above freezing to as low as -1 or minus two. So cold,

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cloudy, gradually it will brighten up but for all of us it will not

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feel warm. We may see temperatures of five or 6 degrees but it will

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feel colder than that because of the wind. That is the forecast for the

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Isles of Scilly, gale force winds and feeling cold. Times of high

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water that Penzance and Plymouth, and this fight that -- and for

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surfers there could be some good wins, messy along the south coast,

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and the Met Office has winds of occasionally gale for

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straightforward Cornwall, then the outlook for the weekend, it looks

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milder, less frost but not what everyone wants because there is a

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lot of cloud and the potential for some rain. On Friday, some Shari

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outbreaks, on Sunday the cloud is that enough to produce some light

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rain or drizzle but the big story is that we lose the night-time frost

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and daytime temperatures get back up into double figures.

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On tomorrow's programme we'll be marking the 100th anniversary

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of the destruction of a Devon village which was washed

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Homes in Hallsands had been left vulnerable after shingle

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was dredged from the area for the new dockyards at Devonport.

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A high spring tide and easterly gales on January 26th 1917 destroyed

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Tomorrow we'll find out more about the history, and the concerns

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Just before we go, you know, good to talk to you on BBC Radio Devon. I

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promised I would show you my work shoes. I hope you approve. Good

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night.

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