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Tonight on Spotlight: Emergency traffic chaos,

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a congestion busting challenge and speeding issues in Dorset.

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Tonight, we're at the roadworks where police had to be called

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in to get ambulances, staff and patients

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My dad has taken the car, we have walked part of the way to get mum

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here on time and we are still late. villagers want the traffic

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permanently slowed down. One community has even paid

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for its own scheme to tackle speeding after the council said it

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couldn't afford to. The eight-year South West water

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dispute resolved after we featured They listen to me and they said

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sorry, it should not have happened. We want to put it right.

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as Bodmin Moor bids for special dark sky status, we'll assess what it's

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Roadworks outside one of the region's hospitals

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have been causing chaos according to commuters.

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The work outside North Devon District Hospital has affected

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At one stage the hold-ups were so bad the police had

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to be called in to help direct the traffic.

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Our north Devon reporter Kirk Engalnd has been to take a look

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at why the roadworks have been so disruptive.

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Weaving around the traffic and through the roadworks.

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An extra challenge for ambulance drivers on their way in and out

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But it's not just paramedics feeling the strain of this engineering work.

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It is locals, staff and patients too.

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We've come from Ilfracombe for a hospital appointment for Mum.

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It normally takes us 20 minutes to get from Ilfracombe to hospital.

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The tailback is way before the junction we come out of.

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We have got out of the car and walked, because my dad has taken

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the car, and walked part of the way just to be able to get Mum

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The gridlock filmed by local Carl Chivers.

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Even at rush hour, things were not as bad as this today,

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but there is still concern about all of the disruption.

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Ambulances tailing back down here, patients, members of staff that

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The NHS is already under a lot of pressure as it is and to have

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this kind of situation happening outside one of the locality's main

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health care facilities, it's unacceptable really.

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The engineering works are to put in a new roundabout,

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but Devon County Council says it will help ease congestion and help

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Things look like they have improved since last week's reported chaos,

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but there are still many weeks to go before the work is done.

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Well, roadworks are one reason for traffic queues,

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In parts of the South West, congestion is a permanent problem.

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Exeter is one such place and researchers warn if nothing

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is done, the city won't cope with the predicted 14,000 extra

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Well, the search is on for solutions and a ?15,000 incentive

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is being offered for the best ideas to halve the number of large

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vehicles in the city and how to get people out of their cars.

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If you are given the cash, how would you get Exeter out of a jam?

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The problem is, new predictions say the number of people

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living and commuting here is going to skyrocket

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in the next ten years, and if nothing is done,

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researchers predict the city just will not cope.

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It is why a community interest company is offering cash for ideas.

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Such as ones that will get us out of our cars and end

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But for those of us who know the roads and how busy they actually

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It's achievable if we want it to be achievable.

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Today, just in the greater Exeter region, just on fuel,

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as consumers we spend half a billion pounds a year.

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If we were able to divert that investment for one year,

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then we could see the world's most extraordinary public

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It is not possible just to do that, it's a step change.

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But if people want a different way of getting round the city,

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and I think they are close to being so fed up with how

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things are today, that if it is what we really want,

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then yes, it is possible to do it in ten years.

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Exeter City Futures is hunting for innovation or inventions

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to invest up to ?15,000 in a project to boost business backed

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The opportunity from there is to work with other investors

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to develop those ideas further, to roll them out in the city

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and then hopefully deliver them at scale.

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The solutions they come up with could be anything

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from using new technology through to using data to change

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the way that we make decisions about design and infrastructure,

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so it will be interesting to see what comes out of it.

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It can be a cycle share business or a piece of new technology.

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Whatever the new ideas, it is hoped they will play their part

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in reducing the thousands of extra car journeys that will be added

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And next to Dorset, where the long campaign to save lives on certain

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The BBC has discovered there are about 200 places

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in the county where people are waiting for road schemes.

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Some villages have now taken it upon themselves to pay for speed

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The county council says it can only afford a small number of the schemes

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each year and it insists it prioritises cases based on safety.

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This is the pace of life in Winterbourne Hampton.

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A village keen on this sort of horse power, not that

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which comes with a national speed limit.

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There is nothing to stop you from driving through here at 60

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Now, you probably wouldn't want to - the road is rather

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narrow, it twists, it turns, there is a brook to my left

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and if you go too far over, you'll probably end up

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The problem for villages like this is there is no law to say

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they must have a 30 mile an hour limit.

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It is something the government recommends, but the final

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decision is left to local authorities.

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Here they try to persuade the county council with

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their message and the messenger in fitting form.

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When did you last see a petition handed in on horseback?

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But campaigners were told the council cannot afford

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I looked at the Department for Transport guidelines, it does

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say 30 mph should be the norm in villages,

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it's quite specific on

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a lot of points and I thought, well, this is a village that time forgot,

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we'll just fill it in, put the justification through and it

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In fact, there are around 200 places in Dorset that are trying to

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change the traffic in their area in different ways like other villages.

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Here they are paying for new speed plates themselves.

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We felt that by putting a 20mph zone in,

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it would really help in terms of getting people to at least

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realise they need to go at a sensible speed.

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Do you think yourselves and those in Winterbourne Hampton should be

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If you do not do it yourselves, the chances

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Dorset County Council only has around ?50,000 year for these types

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Even then, they say a speed limit might not be the answer.

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Everybody perceives speed in villages as being absolutely

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horrendous, but when you go and do speed checks, the results are

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startling, because we generally find there is not that much speeding at

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all and there are only a few vehicles going over the speed limit,

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and quite frankly, those are the people

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that really do need to have

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more education and no amount of speed limits are going to stop

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them doing the unsociable thing that they

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The council accepts there are many areas where road

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safety needs addressing, but for disappointed

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residents, it seems the

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answer might lie a little closer to home.

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Earlier today, we asked you for your tips on how to solve

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He thinks we should all simply give way in turn and not have

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He says, "You can see this peaceful anarchy break out whenever traffic

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lights break down and when turning off traffic lights has been

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trialled, it has brought a transformation in congestion,

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Maryvonne emailed to suggest a European solution to easing

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She says, "When I lived in France, they used

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to have temporary flyovers to ease the traffic.

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They were metallic and as they were made of sections adaptable

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And Pam suggested, "There are only so many jobs in Exeter,

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so the answer has to be to prevent any further development

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Employers should be financially encouraged to either start up

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or move their businesses to the outskirts."

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And you can join the debate on email, Twitter or Facebook.

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Dozens of students held an anti-Fascist protest march

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through Exeter University today after a swastika was

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scratched into a door, along with a "Rights

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Last year, there was controversy after Exeter students were pictured

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wearing T-shirts with racist and anti-Semitic slogans

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In his first interview on the issue, vice chancellor Steve Smith told

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Spotlight he welcomed the march, as he was appalled by

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the carving of the swastika and condemned it unreservedly.

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About 100 students joined the march against fascism through the campus

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of Exeter University. It was organised after a swastika was

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carved into a door with a rights for white sign nearby. We want to take a

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march to the perpetrators and showed them jokes are not OK and it will

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snow balls into real-life fascism. It is important, however this barge

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will not be enough to change events worldwide. It is important for us

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though. The march is about raising solidarity with Jewish people but

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overall creating an atmosphere of antiracism on-campus. In his first

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interview, the Vice Chancellor told me he would not tolerate

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anti-Semitism. As soon as we found out, we were appalled. We condemn it

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unreservedly. It doesn't fit with the character of the institution,

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this is a very friendly place. I have been racking my brains, I

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cannot think of a single complaint we have received from a Jewish

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student. Students held a rally with a series of anti-fascism speeches.

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There have been instances of anti-Semitism in other universities.

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All have generated negative publicity. Anti-Semitism is becoming

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an increasingly uncomfortable issue in higher education. Exeter

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University say their investigates indicates it may have been a deeply

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offensive attempt at a joke. Possibly parodying a television

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show. Plymouth City Council has turned up

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the pressure on campaigners planning to re-open the city's airport,

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leaving them just five years The airport, which closed

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in 2011, had been protected But in the latest local plan ,that

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date has been revised to 2022. Developers have put forward

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proposals to build a garden A planning inspector is expected

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to decide its future in the autumn. We believe there is no need to

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develop Plymouth airport for housing employment uses. There is sufficient

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land in the Plymouth area to meet the needs of this city and the wider

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area. We are certain the Plymouth airport site should be reserved for

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aviation activity and we need to work towards bringing back an

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airport use. The South West's sky at night could

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be a potential boost to tourism. Later we'll see how Exmoor has

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befitted from dark sky status And the skateboard art

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project to raise funds It's not every day we report

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on the resolution of a battle which had rumbled on for

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nearly eight years. You may remember a couple of weeks

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ago, we visited Ray Hill, He had a very large and disputed

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water bill which, at one stage, was more than ?10,000,

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but after our report, Our environment correspondent

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Adrian Campbell has Ray Hull who farms near Tiverton has

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been keeping a close eye on his water meter for years. He told us

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his normal hill is around ?1200 a year. But in May 2009 he was sent a

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bill for more than ?10,400. He told us that after complaining to South

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West water, they cut the amount by around half but that still left an

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outstanding amount of around ?5,500. Now the company has cleared the

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disputed amount and things have returned to normal. Since you came,

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South West water sent out an important chap along with his

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colleague and they sat and listened to me and they said, we are very

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sorry. It should not have happened, we want to put it right. Ray

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struggled with his water bill over many years and it wasn't helped by

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the fact that his farm is on top of a hill, a long way from the mains,

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but in the end, there was one thing to do. If you have a problem, you

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have to shake the top of the tree not the bottom. South West water

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told us they have resolved the disagreement. It should not have

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taken eight weeks let alone eight years but this is where we are. I

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think everybody should check their meter at least once a week because

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it is expensive if you waste water. Now, if light pollution is limited

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and the skies are clear, this is the sort of dazzling display

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provided by the night sky. Exmoor already has special status

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for its dark sky and now Bodmin Moor It's hoped it could

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help boost tourism by Our reporter Tamsin Melville has

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been to Exmoor to see what effect the special international

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recognition has had Switching off to send a message on

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light pollution. The people of Dulverton were family on board when

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Exmoor became the world's second dark sky reserve five years ago.

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This official international recognition of the top-class quality

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of Exmoor's night skies seems to be as popular as ever. So many people

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in light polluted areas that it is wonderful for them to come and see

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the wonderful skies. Getting children enthused about the stars is

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said to be one big benefit and shops are happy with the footfall. We as a

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business are aware of a lot of people who come down here for dark

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sky. That is young families, other people, so it is one of those things

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that has broad appeal and has attracted people to the area. An

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area with a lot of light pollution might see thousands of stars. Here

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on Exmoor you with cedar tree billions of stars. Tourism is

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getting a boost with holiday accommodation businesses offering

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telescopes. Gazing. It is a bragging right for people to talk about and

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to make them proud of their area. But it has genuine benefits in terms

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of bringing tourists to the area. And now the top quality of the night

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sky recorded by exports -- experts in Bodmin Moor has experts reaching

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for the stars. Cornwall councillors were discussing a bid for the area

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to apply for this stock Skystrator is. In Cornwall we have some of the

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darkest skies we have in the whole of the UK. We do not have a

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designation yet but one would hope that if we have Bodmin Moor, other

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places will follow suit. This is a great way of preserving something

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historical, cultural that we can pass on to future generations. It

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isn't just Bodmin Moor looking to follow in Exmoor's footsteps. There

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are also plans for West Cornwall and the Isles of Sydney. -- Isles of

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Scilly. It's time for the sport now

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and Natalie's here with some good All four of our main rugby sides won

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on the road this weekend, In the Premiership, a hat-trick

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from James Short saw Exeter move level on points with Saracens

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in second as they overturned a half-time deficit to beat

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Worcester with seven tries. The others came from

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Gareth Steenson, Olly Woodurn, Rob Baxter said his wingers

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were fantastic and even though he was disappointed to have conceded

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so many points for the second week running, he was pleased

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that the Chiefs had maintained Plymouth Albion ground out a tough

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20-18 victory at Loughborough It was refereed by Exeter's Sara Cox

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- the first time a woman has taken By all accounts she did a good

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job and got a round of applause from the players

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in the clubhouse afterwards. That's six wins out

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of six for Albion. It wasn't the best of weekend's

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for our League Two football sides, Plymouth Argyle stay second

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in the table after missing out Our South West teams managed

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two draws and a loss Plymouth Argyle made the 800-plus

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mile round-trip to Hartlepool and came back with the points

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to show for it, although it Despite a bright start

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which could have seen the Pilgrims go in front,

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it was the home side Rhys Oates reacted quickest to score

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after Luke McCormick parried former But the Pilgrims kept creating

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chances and it was a magical strike from on loan winger Matty Kennedy

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that brought Plymouth It was the Scots's third goal

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since joining the club from Cardiff. It could have got better

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for Derek Adams's side as Ryan Taylor had an effort cleared

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off the line late on, but in the end, they had

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to settle for the point. Closer to home, Exeter City

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are still looking to get back to winning ways

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after they could only manage a draw against an in-form

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Stevenage at St James Park. The Grecians went close

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in the opening stages through Troy Brown and Ollie Watkins,

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but it was the visitors Veterinary winger Jobi McAnuff

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was allowed too much space by the City defence and finished

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well past Bobby Olejnik. Paul Tisdale must have said

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something at half-time as city Reuben Reid got his first in five

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games, diverting a Lloyd James cross The draw keeps Exeter City

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in the play-off places. At the other end of the table,

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Yeovil made the relatively short trip to Cheltenham and were undone

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by two second-half goals. Defender Tim Platovitch rose highest

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to head James Rose's free kick into the net and it soon got worse

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for the Glovers when Matt Butcher caught Kyle Wootton in the area,

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giving the referee no choice. Billy Waters, who missed a good

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chance just nine minutes earlier, took the resulting spot kick

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and sent Arthur Krysiak the wrong way, securing a vital three

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points for his side. The Plymouth Raiders had a weekend

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of mixed fortunes finishing with a dramatic late win over

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Cheshire Phoenix yesterday. But they were beaten

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by Surrey Scorchers on Friday evening, in a game

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that was broadcast live The Raiders kept in touch

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with their hosts early on, but the Scorchers proved too much

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and eventually took the win 99-75. The Raiders are now fifth

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in the BBL Championship with their next game on Friday

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against the Worcester Wolves And finally from me,

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congratulations to 22-year-old Jack Bowyer who plays

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for Sticker Football As of this weekend, he has

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scored a hat-trick in each He plays his football

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in the Peninsula West Division and that's not all -

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he's now scored a total of eight Have any other players stunned that?

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There are some in the Wolverhampton area who have done the same. We

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wondered if Jack was a record breaker but there are some good ones

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around. We've covered many art

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projects on Spotlight - sculptures made out of bottles found

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on beaches, village lampposts adorned with knitted jackets -

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and now skateboards have been turned into works of art by a group

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of artists in Plymouth. 18 boards have been transformed

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at Studio 102 and they're now being auctioned to raise money

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for the Devon Air Ambulance. As Jane Chandler reports,

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each one has a unique design with the idea to stop people

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throwing things away. The wheels have come of these

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skateboards and they are now headed in a new direction. This bench is

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seven different skateboards that I have fashioned together into

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something more functional. I have sculptured a bench because they have

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a background in sculpture. Although the artists are not skateboarders,

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they are sympathetic to their spirit of freedom. I found some words

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online that inspired me. We are skateboarders and nothing big or

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small can stop us except purples. I have this vision of kryptonite and

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pebbles. It's a mixture of mediums using spray paint and paint pens.

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The natural grain of the board is sanded back and I left that to give

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it a nice effect. I am a fan of sci-fi and pop culture so I thought

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I would reach out to that group. It is designed to look old and crunchy.

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Lots of fine metal I covered in black paint. I am very proud of it.

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If you want one of these boards, you have until the end of the week to

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bid for one. We were talking about stargazing

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earlier on. Let's see if we have clear skies for that. Probably not.

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On the good side it is mild. We have had temperatures of 15, 16 degrees

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today, that is pretty mild for February. More of the same tomorrow.

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This week starts mild, there is some rain around, it becomes increasingly

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windy and then it cools down. The reason for the web being relatively

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mild is this westerly wind coming off the mild sea. This is the middle

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of the day tomorrow, by Wednesday there is not much change. But a

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developing area of low pressure on the same weather system brings windy

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conditions across cars on Thursday. It could be quite a windy day with

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gale forced winds. Overnight tonight, we continue with spots of

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drizzle. The mist and the low cloud. It will be a similar start to the

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day we have seen today and a mould might to come. This was earlier

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today where our cameraman tried to get some clearer skies, but as you

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can see, that layer of cloud is pretty leaden and it has been with

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us for much of the day. Some of the cloud is low enough to sit on the

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tops of the coast and low enough to sit over the tops of the hills and

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Morse both tonight and tomorrow. It will be mild tonight with

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temperatures of ten or 11 degrees. Tomorrow is the same sort of day,

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patchy drizzle, brisk westerly winds, temperatures of 12, 13

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degrees. Temperatures could get higher up to 14 or 15. For the Isles

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of Scilly, Misty at first. Breaks in the cloud later in the day. Here are

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our times of high water. For our surface it is rather choppy.

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Westerly winds for much of tomorrow and Wednesday, whipping up some

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pretty big Cs. Not very clean and the coastal waters forecast has the

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winds westerly with the risk of drizzle and the possibility of sea

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fog patches vote tomorrow and including Wednesday. Thursday we are

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watching quite carefully. It will be a windy day, rain in the morning,

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brighter in the afternoon, colder but also brighter on Friday. And

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that is all from us this evening but I am back just after 10:30pm. Good

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night. You're sponsored to swap

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clothes? I don't get that. Maybe you wear your mother's

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clothes? Cool. Yeah, finally. What? I don't get it, what does she wear?

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No, no... Like, she wears someone else's.

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Cool, yeah. No, she's... OK, that's too complicated.

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Do another one. So, like, you get sponsored to let

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people lick stuff off you for a day. Ugh. No, but, like, you get these

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flavoured... Not going to happen. You take a selfie and post it on

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social media or whatever, and then people have to pay

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to guess who it is? That's a no-brainer,

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we love the secret selfie. 'For better ideas,

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get your free fundraising kit now.' Alex and Steph are on a mission

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to help people

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