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Hello. - so it's goodbye from me -

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Tonight on Spotlight, the ongoing battles facing

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young people needing mental health treatment.

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One teenager's family's told she may have to be treated as far away

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to be told that there is nowhere in England to look after my daughter...

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That is even more of a slap in the face, I think, than being told there

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is nowhere in Cornwall. Also tonight, a story of amazing

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determination and generosity. The Royal Marine and his family

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moving into a purpose built home thanks to a charity and builders

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who gave their time free of charge. When was the insurer and skew? --

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insurance you? On patrol as the police launch

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a crackdown on illegal driving. And ahead of a crucial match tonight

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Plymouth Raiders player John Barber Junior's here to show

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off some trick shots and answer UK or USA? UK. Really? You like it

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here? I like it. For many years, there've been

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serious concerns about mental health care for young people

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in the south west. Here on Spotlight we've brought

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you the stories of several families who've described the exhaustion

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and misery of driving hundreds of miles to visit their children

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in treatment across the UK. They've been told there were simply

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no beds available closer to home. The government has

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promised more investment. Just a few weeks ago,

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the Prime Minister pledged to stop young people being sent out

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of their local area for treatment. Tonight we hear the story of

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one teenager from St Ives who may have to be treated

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in Scotland or Ireland. It is a picture of youthful

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exuberance, but it does not tell the whole story. Sasha suffers from

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depression. The 17-year-old is currently staying at an NHS unit in

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Somerset. To visit her daughter, mother Marie must make a 300 mile

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return trip from their home in St Ives. That journey could become

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greater still. I have been told by CAMS that they have tried to contact

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everyone in England and there is nowhere for her in England, and that

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they are looking to take her out of the country, basically, to either

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Ireland or Scotland. But even then, they haven't said there is a unit

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there are any help there that will be any different to what is offered

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where she is now. This is far from an isolated case.

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Over the years, we have heard from several families whose children have

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been sent for treatment hundreds of miles away, whether to Norfolk,

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Buckinghamshire or Kent. Nearly two years ago, the government

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acknowledged the system was totally dysfunctional and pledged more than

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?1 billion to improve care. The Prime Minister has pledged to stop

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the practice of sending young people out about the cool area for

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treatment. Later this year, we will bring

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forward a new green paper on children and young people's

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mental-health transform services in education and for families. These

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measures will build on the work we are already doing to put a stop to

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the untold misery of hundreds of children being sent halfway across

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the country to access mental-health services.

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The Prime Minister has promised that by 2021, no child will be sent away

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from their local area to be treated for a General mental health

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condition. But that is little comfort now for Sasha and Marie. NHS

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England said it was reviewing its children and adolescent mental

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health services, or CAMS, to secure a more balanced distribution of beds

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across the country. The spokesperson said it plans to inappropriate del

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eliminate inappropriate out of area placements.

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Well, in Cornwall as we heard, there's been a campaign

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for a special adolescent unit, led by the Invictus Trust.

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The charity was set up by the family of Ben Cowburn,

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who took his own life in Cornwall's adult psychiatric unit in 2010.

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Joining me now from Truro is Ben's sister, Sophia Rose.

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Of course, you know how much pressure these families are under in

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this situation, don't you? Yes, of course. We were fortunate in

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some respects that Ben was actually based in Cornwall and very close to

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our home address, and that meant that we could visit him on a daily

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basis, and that we were really at his beck and call, and as we know,

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with adolescents and young adults with mental health issues, some days

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it is really not a good day, and some days, all they need is their

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family, their brothers, sisters, parents or best friends to visit

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them and for children and young adolescents being cared for so far

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away from their home, so far out of county, that makes it so difficult.

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We know you are trying to get a specialist adolescent unit set up

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for patients in Cornwall. Despite all the official pledges we have

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heard over the years and covered on Spotlight, this doesn't seem to be

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happening yet. Why is that? Yes, that is our question from the

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Invictus Trust as well. We set up the Invictus Trust seven years ago

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after Ben took his life, and we have been campaigning for it ever since.

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An NHS report in 2014 marked any counties without inpatient

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adolescent mental health facilities as an urgent priority, and still,

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three years down the line, Cornwall are still waiting. In that report,

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Cornwall were quite literally cut off the mat. They weren't present in

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the report, yet the government pledged aliens of pounds to improve

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the services. So we are in the same position of campaigning and

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fighting, really, for the patients who are still travelling thousands

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of miles a year to visit their children.

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We heard there from the Prime Minister pledging more money. Is it

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a question of red tape that seems to be the difficulty?

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In Cornwall at the moment, the work Invictus Trust has been doing for

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seven years, we have got architectural plans drawn up and

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land promised to us by places like Cornwall College, down in Poole.

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There is land available there to build, but we cannot secure the

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funds to make that build through the NHS Foundation Trust.

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We have to leave it there. Thank you for joining us.

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A Royal Marine who's in a wheelchair after service in Afghanistan,

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is moving into a house that's been designed especially for him thanks

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to the generosity of a charity, and construction workers

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Corporal Philip Eaglesham's home would have cost more

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than half a million pounds, but the plot and most of the time

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and expertise have been given free of charge.

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Harriet Bradshaw has been to Taunton to see how

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Remember this? Just over six months on, and things

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have dramatically changed. So we have got the extrawide doors,

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which you can get in and out of with the power chair, which is great.

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Having the space to actually go around the whole kitchen.

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Corporal Phillip Eaglesham caught an illness during service in

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Afghanistan that causes physical deterioration, so this specially

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designed house is life changing. I have been able to make my own

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coffee now for the first time in a number of years. I am able to get

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that family life back, to act like a dad again. That is probably one of

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the most important things, and to be able to feel like a father again,

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more than anything, that is humbling in its self, but it gets a bit of

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normality back to life. Knowing that we now have a home that

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has been a future proofed for Philip and his sort of long-term

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deterioration has really been a weight lifted off our shoulders,

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because we at least now know that we have somewhere to call home,

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somewhere that is suitable for him to live in and gives him as much

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freedom as he can possibly have. It was all made possible through the

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Royal Marines charity, and some very generous construction workers.

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There was no alternative viable solution, and the charity felt

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responsible to provide that solution to keep the family unit together and

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to provide a safe environment for the family to live in the future.

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Building experts working across the region have been giving time and

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expertise for free, with extras and essentials being paid for by the

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charity. And it did not take a lot of persuading for me to actually get

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the contract does involve. -- the contractors. They were very

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much willing partners in delivering this project.

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One of the Irish and has done everything for free on his own back,

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so with the days he has had off, he has come in and at work on it.

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-- one of the electricians. Thank you will never be enough. They

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are part of our family now, and the door is always open to them.

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It has been a year in the making, but now all they need to do is a bit

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more unpacking. Now a round up of some

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of today's other stories. Three people have pleaded not guilty

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to the murder of a man whose body was found in a playground

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in St Austell. Joshua Buscombe, Daniel Altass,

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and Jordan Bishop, who all lived at the Cosgarne Hall Hostel

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in the town, entered pleas of not guilty

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to murdering Stephen Bull when they appeared

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at Exeter Crown Court. Investigators say a serious fire

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at the Riverside Leisure Centre in Exeter was caused

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by a sauna heater. 120 firefighters were called

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to tackle the blaze on Tuesday and police declared it

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a major incident. It's still not clear

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when the leisure centre will reopen. Council car parking charges

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in Cornwall have been frozen Councillors said they made

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the decision because parking charges are essential to supporting

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the local economy. Further talks will take place

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in the Autumn to decide whether to raise charges

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from April next year. A Devon man who's unable to work

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says he's facing a constant Paul Kenshole - who was injured

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in a motorbike accident - is assessed every year

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and deemed fit to work. Each time it happens

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he appeals and wins. But recently he was left

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without benefits for five months and he's now calling for a more

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humane and accurate assessment Johnny Rutherford has

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been talking to him. Paul Kenshole had a motorcycle

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accident in 2009. Since then, he has been unable to work, and to claim

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long-term income support, he is assessed every two years. Each time,

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he is deemed fit for work. When he appeals, he wins his case. But time

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and stress takes its toll on someone who is suffering a lot of pain.

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I have got the doctor saying you are not fit, you will never be fit. And

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I have got to come to terms with that. And then you have the job

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centre saying, you are fit for work. So it is confusing. If the job

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centre and the Department for Work and Pensions could talk to my doctor

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and health authorities, and get the facts right, it would be sorted.

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Paul, a former stonemason, has no other form of income. When benefits

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stopped during appeals, he has do borrow money from his friends to

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survive. What they put people through is so

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downgrading. And moralising. Is unbelievable. -- demoralising. It

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October last year, his employment allowance stopped again, as he was

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deemed fit to work. He appealed and was told payments

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would restart. Two months later, even with a request from his doctor,

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he still not had received any money. After winning his tribunal in

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January, he has been left waiting for payment. After they were

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contacted by the BBC, the DWP paid Mr Kenshole's benefits, but there

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was no explanation as to why there was a delay. In a statement, Lee

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said, anyone who appeals and ES a decision has an option to claim

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job-seeker's allowance while they wait for a hearing.

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Cars have been impounded and drivers arrested in a major operation

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against illegal motoring in the south west.

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Police from Devon and Cornwall and their counterparts from Dorset

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are running an operation, named Allied Wolf, which aims

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Our home affairs correspondent Simon Hall has been out on patrol

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Using computerised registration plate monitoring linked to a series

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of databases, operation Allied Wolf scoured Exeter with its Alec Rudnick

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eyes. -- electronic eyes. Here, an uninsured driver.

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When was the insurance due? Have you got your driving licence with you?

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The result, a ?300 fine and six penalty points.

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It is very serious, uninsured drivers are something like 10-12

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times more likely to be involved in a serious or fatal collision. So it

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is quite a serious offence. One of the most common offences we

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saw was driving without insurance, with a series of cars seized.

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There have been concerns that the well-publicised cut in the number of

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traffic officers could having courage to some motorists to flout

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the law. This operation is partly designed to reverse that impression.

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What is striking about spending time with the traffic police is just

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family driving offences you see. Here, no car tax. But the more

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serious offences, police say, can easily prove fatal.

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If you are involved in an investigation and you are the

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officer that as they walk and tell someone that their loved one is not

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coming home because of the reckless or thoughtless actions of someone

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else, you see the consequences, and our officers have delivered that, as

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do the family and friends of those involved in these incidents.

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The police say operation Allied Wolf will be regularly repeated in other

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areas of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset. Later in the programme: remembering

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a young woman who went to war. whose name has finally be

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added to this memorial. And we will be finding out what it

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takes to make the best kebabs in the country.

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It's time for the sport and there's a busy weekend ahead.

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Natalie's here to let us know what's in store.

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I certainly am. Thank you very much indeed.

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Good evening. Exeter Chiefs players Jack Nowell,

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Henry Slade and Mikele Campagnaro will be on opposite sides

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when England take on Italy Nowell and Slade are

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on the England bench, Their team mates who beat

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Worcester last week are up against the Newcastle Falcons

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at Sandy Park tomorrow. Newcastle are defying expectations

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this season and the Chiefs are hoping not to concede too many

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points as they try to build Jersey play this evening

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against a Yorkshire Carnegie side that includes former Albion player

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Tom Arscott, who was recently The Cornish Pirates play

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on Sunday against Rotherham. And it was announced this week that

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one of their stalwarts, Rob Elloway, is going to retire from professional

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rugby at the end of the season. The hooker joined the Pirates in

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2007 and played 229 times for them. He also played twice

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for the German national side. Plymouth Argyle have a huge game

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tomorrow against Luton who they lost The Pilgrims are currently eight

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points ahead of their opponents. Yes, I mean, it is a big game, and

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it is second against fourth, and a game you want to win and to open up

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an even bigger gap between ourselves. It is a big game, because

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you have to take three points, really.

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It doesn't matter that is Luton or any other team. It does not bother

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me. I know that if we are playing to the best of our ability, we can turn

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over any team. Sixth-placed Exeter City are at home

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to mid table Blackpool needing another win to keep their promotion

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push on track. Yeovil are at Notts County

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and Torquay play Sutton United. The Gulls will be hoping that

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Sutton's FA cup exploits this week, and the sacking of pie man

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and reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, The Plymouth Raiders are one game

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away from a massive final. Tonight they play in the decisive

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second leg of the BBL trophy They take a 96-68 lead into this

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match having won the first leg Before they headed up the M5,

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6 foot 7 forward John Barber Junior John Barbour Junior, thank you very

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much for coming in. A huge game you have to live. Are you looking

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forward to it? Absolutely. I want to see if we can

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get ourselves closer to a championship.

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You seem laid-back. You think you can win key Emma Croker absolutely.

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Why are you confident? The way we have been training so far

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this season, the way we have been preparing for these games.

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You take a pretty big advantage into the second leg. Will that be enough?

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You can't look at it like that. I know we are up 18, but we want to go

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into the game mentally as if it is a neutral game, 0-0.

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How important is it for the Raiders to make it to a final this season?

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It is very important. In the last championship here, in 2007, so I

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think it will be great for us, and especially for the fans.

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You have brought in your basketball. Can you show us some of your skills

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while you do a quickfire round? Yes, absolutely. Tell me firstly,

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who is your favourite Raiders player?

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Rhys Carter. Why?

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He is really good. He is dynamic, he gets to the right spot and get his

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team-mates open. Who is the best Raiders player?

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Probably John Barbour Junior! And who is the most modest! ?

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I am! And now, some real quickfire questions. UK USA? UK. Ayew to

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saying that? No, I love it here. Rhianna lobby and say? Beyonce? Why?

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Just because. Weight or cardio? Weights, we don't do cardio.

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Foxes or wolves. Foxes.

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Why? Because foxes destroy walls any day

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of the week. Twitter or Facebook?

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Facebook. The or Plymouth Argyle? Liverpool, no doubt. Remember where

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you are at the moment, though! Tignous author mean you?

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Pettini. And finally, the most important

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question of all, puppies or kittens? Puppies definitely. Well, thank you

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for being frank and honest, and good luck tonight.

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You got me on that one! What a good sport! Even if you are

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in the south-west, you can watch that much live on the BBC sport

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website from 7:30pm tonight. How tall is he? Six foot seven?

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Yes. I am glad I did not have to stand next to him!

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A lovely, lovely guy. Now, Kitty Trevelyan was just

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seventeen years old when she left the Dartmoor village of Meavy

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and went to war. She signed up as a volunteer to work

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in army canteens in France during the First World War,

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but became ill while she Now, on the hundredth

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anniversary of her death, Kitty's name has been added

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to the war memorial in her home It is 1916, and on the battlefields

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of Europe, history is being written. But only recently are we discovering

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the stories of people like Kate Trevelyan, who left Dartmoor at the

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age of 16 to join the war effort. She joined the voluntary detachment

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service, for which she was not old enough. But she went as a civilian

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worker. I think she would be working in the mobile canteens, serving tea

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and buns and that sort of thing. It was horrendous. They were on top of

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cliffs, and massive gales of wind coming in. The tented hospitals were

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blowing down on a regular basis, and I should think it was fairly

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uncomfortable. She was 19. She caught measles, and then she got

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pneumonia, and suddenly passed away. Sue's campaign has led to Kitted's

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name being added to the war memorial in Mewavy where she grew up. The

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house she lived in was just up the road, and you can imagine her

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footsteps all those years ago. It is about writing a wrong, really,

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honouring someone whose name should have been on that memorial many

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years ago. It is wonderful, wonderful. She was

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such a mighty girl, you know, and she should not be forgotten, and

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well, non-them should. They deserve to be remembered.

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A memorial service for kitty will be held on the green in Meavy on

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Sunday. John Danks with that report

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about Kitty Trevelyan. Now, it's currently the award

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season and we've all heard of the Baftas and the Oscars,

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but what about the Prima Doners? It's not an award for the most

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excruciating acceptance speech, but for the country's

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best doner kebab. And two of our own eateries

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are in the running for a prize. Spotlight's very own expert

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in take-away food, John Ayres, has been seeing how good

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these kebabs really are. These two shops are among the

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country's elite, so what is it that makes their kebabs standout?

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It is all made home-made, not like other takeaways. That is why we are

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so different from the other kebab shop 's.

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This is our handmade kebabs, and this is the big post, our delicious,

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juicy, Donna kebabs. We make a small chilli pepper, and a

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green pepper on it, carrot on it, salary on it, and then, we put

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proper Turkish spices on. This is made up with a 61% lamb, --

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16% lamb, 16% beef, and also, spices and herbs.

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The good old Donna kebabs is often maligned. Some critics say it is

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best consumed through the haze of a drunken night, but it is actually

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delicious, and if you look at it, it has a lot of vegetable in as well,

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which many takeaway foods do not. I highly recommend it for dinner, or

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after a night out! The two shops will find out on

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Sunday if they are the best in their categories at the British Give Abba

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Awards in London. -- British Q Babb Awards.

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See, it is part of your five a day! I did not realise it was so

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good for you! And now, time for the weather.

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How does look, David? Not that great. I suppose on the +,

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it is milder, but also breezy again, and we are likely to see some

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outbreaks of rain. We have had a lovely day today. This was the

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sunshine in Cornwall. Some fantastic pictures from some of our Weather

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Watchers. This one came from Cornish Cowboy, on the south coast. Like how

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calm the seas are in this other picture compare to what we saw

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yesterday. The forecast for this weekend is unfortunately for less

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good sky and generally more cloud around. A mild weekend, breezy, and

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some outbreaks of rain at times, particularly tomorrow afternoon and

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later in the day on Sunday. This is the setup. We have lost the

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high-pressure, and that area gave us some lovely conditions, now across

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France and parts of Germany. This wind also increases the strength and

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increases the chance of rain, and by afternoon, we could end up quite

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wet. By Sunday, at least for the start, more dry, then this of cloud

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and rain will arrive to bring wet weather into evening. No letup by

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Monday. A mix of sunshine, showers, and quite blustery westerly at the

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same time. Some drizzle overnight tonight, but hopefully some breaks

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in the cloud. In general, rather cloudy. Before that cloud has turned

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out, this was earlier today on the south coast of Devon, where it has

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been a beautiful day. Unfortunately, out at sea, perhaps not such good

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news, as there is a humpback whale. We're not quite sure why it is so

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close to the shore. It is unusual to see humpback whale is at this time

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of year so close to the land. But as you can see, calm seas and the south

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coast, and hopefully that whale will make its way into deeper water to

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safety. Calm conditions here, a lovely end to the day, and cloud is

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coming in, and with a fuse was a drizzle, temperatures may fall to

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5-6, but come back up again as the cloud rolls in. That gives us a

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rather grey start to the day tomorrow. Spits of light rain or

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drizzle in the wind at first, but by afternoon, more widespread and

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persistent rain. It will also be blustery, with winds strong to gale

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force from the south-west at times. But it is mild, temperatures at

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10-11. The forecast for the Isles of Scilly is windy with patchy, light

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rain, and these other of high water. Have a nice weekend.

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Thank you very much. And that is all from us. We will be back throughout

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the weekend. Clary is here at tea-time tomorrow, and will be back

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again at 6:30pm on Monday. Have a good weekend. Goodbye.

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Cake-a-bake? Yeah. What is that?

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