08/03/2017 Spotlight


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I'm in Tavistock to ask how pub landlords feel about business rates

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and ask whether in this low-wage economy the Chancellor may be taking

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And I'm in St Ives, where I have been speaking

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to shop owners about the Chancellor's announcement

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And we'll have local reaction to the extra money for social care

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plus our Political Editor will assess how the South West has

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fared in today's budget. Also tonight:

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how familiar songs are being adapted

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to provide important reminders for people with dementia.

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And David Knopfler, one of the founding members

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of Dire Straits, will be playing live for us ahead

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There was just one mention by name of the south west

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in the budget today - a reference to Exeter

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But many of the Chancellor's measures will still be felt

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Measures such as rises in National Insurance for self

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employed people; and the reduction in the amount of dividends

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that small business owners can take tax-free.

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But there was also some welcome relief for those concerned

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about planned increases in business rates.

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Live now to Tavistock and our business

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Yes, Tavistock is a well favoured market town as they go, but even

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here it is a load wage economy, and the town has more than its fair

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share of small businesses and self-employed people. So the rise in

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national issuance contributions for the self-employed will apply a bit

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of a squeeze and in fact the Federation of Small Businesses

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locally describe it as a good way of putting people off running their own

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firms. What about infrastructure? West Devon is one of those areas

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which feels it's in danger of being bit out on a limb, a previous

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Chancellor has had more to say in the budget about south-west

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transport. ... She was also a rep as a state of the business community.

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Well, the concern was the omission, as you say, lots about

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north and the Midlands, lots about Wales, Scotland and Ireland,

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nothing about the south-west at all, and

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given that we've had assurances previously,

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we were really hoping to get those firmed up

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in terms of some commitment in terms

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So what about business rates? They have been lots of rises, expected in

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this budget, and the announcement today that small and medium-sized

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pubs would get a ?1000 discount was welcomed as far as it went. How much

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of a difference will that make in practice? The landlord here is John

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Hooker. What do you make of that, John? The discount is very well

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welcomed. ... It is a discount however of what was already a hike.

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Even with that is discounts you will face a rise? Yes, and going forward

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it needs to be looked at and radicalised, the way business rates

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are issued, especially digitally, because more businesses like

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ourselves, and only has to read are going to suffer penalties in the

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future. I am optimistic? I am optimistic. That is the even west

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Devon. Neal, thank you very much and apologies for the sound problems we

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had in that report. The Treasury said that 1,600

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businesses nationally would benefit from ?150 million of targeted

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support for smaller companies, while others

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may receive sums from But in a region that

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depends on small employers Tamsin Melville is in

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St Ives to find out. Yes, well there were winners and

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losers across the south-west, with the latest revaluation of business

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rate, and many have said for a long time that the system is flawed. Here

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many businesses see increases and today's announcement that there will

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be short-term help for some, and a porous of possible long-term reform

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is getting a cautious welcome here. I've got white chocolate

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and lemon tart, or I've Not a budget of big

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giveaways but for struggling From April, Neal was one of those

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facing a big hike in business rates, more than ?300 extra,

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and he'd be taken over Now those increases

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for people like him will be It means we won't have

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to pass on so much of the price increases

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to our customers or absorb

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the price rises ourselves. It's a great day, but there

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is still the need for long-term reform for

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the future to ensure that long-term reform for the future

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to ensure that doesn't happen And that long-term reform

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promised today that people Her rates are going down

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but she is struggling with online competition

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and low takings. It's not covering the overheads,

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the rent, the rate or If I know what I know now,

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I wouldn't be here. The current business

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rates just tax a business whether a customer walks

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through the door or not and I think anybody would say it's fair to tax

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on profits, and that makes it more

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competitive and investment strategy for businesses rather than just

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having big rises just for actually existing and opening

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your door on day one. The reform time scale given

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by the Chancellor was for the next revaluation due

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in five years' time. In the meantime, a sweetener

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in the form of a ?300 million fund for councils to help

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the hardest hit. Well, Cornwall Council has said

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tonight that it will be urgently seeking clarity from the government

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on exactly how this ?300 million fund is going to be shared out

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between councils. The Federation of Small Businesses has accused the

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Treasury of just tinkering around the Eddery 's with this business

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rate issue and say that what is really needed is it to be tackled

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properly. Well, as we know, social care

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in the South West is under immense pressure as it is in the rest

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of the country, so councils here were eagerly awaiting news

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of any possible help Today he announced an extra

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?2 billion nationally over How much of a difference

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will that make? I'm joined now by our

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Health Correspondent Jenny Walrond. As we have mentioned before on

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Spotlight this is all over a really big issue for the south-west? We

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have an older than average population and so a greater need for

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social care. Recently south-west councils collectively warned

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Westminster that they are not going to have enough money to pay for it,

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many of them in the next financial year and we see the impact of that

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in a daily basis in hospitals where at any given time there are dozens

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of people ready to be discharged but stuck there waiting for care

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packages. Some mentioned an extra in 2 billion over the next three years

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nationally. What about locally? It has been broadly welcomed, and weeks

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ago south-west councils were failing to -- devilment was failing to

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address what south-west councils described as a crisis in social care

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with funding. Today Cornwall Council says it's pleased that the

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government has listened to it concerned but while and that a

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longer term solution is required and we are likely to find out what

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that's long-term solution is later this year when the government

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publishes its proposals in a green paper, a kind of consultation

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document. We have also heard today from Sir Wollaston MP a former GP,

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saying she is pursued with his new funding, not from other budgets but

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is it a question mark one think tank, the local government

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information unit says definitely not.

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Senior Conservatives in the Southwest have criticised

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the budget proposals to spend yet more money on brand new schools.

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The leader of Devon County Council told us the Chancellor had

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"got his priorities wrong" and should instead be increasing

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Simon Hall reports from Devon County Hall in Exeter.

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The government have made a point of talking up the new money

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Chancellor has found for schools but in some councils,

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including Conservative controlled ones like Devon, here,

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there is concern about the way that money is being spent.

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Same thing, graph equals zero, that's the route.

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The maths for Exmouth community College is worrying.

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A new formula designed to provide fairer funding

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for schools will cost it ?80,000 per year and here they believe

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the money allocated in the budget for building

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new schools would be better spent lifting standards at existing ones.

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Money is of paramount importance because on that depends the number

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of stuff I can employ, the number of support staff I can

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employ in terms of teaching assistants, in terms of

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assistants to help children with special needs, to reduce class

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The leader of Devon County Council told me he believed the

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Chancellor had got his priorities wrong in allocating money

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Extra schools, free schools created in areas like this simply

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will mean that schools will be all fighting for pupils.

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We have the right number at the present moment

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What we do need is more money to actually

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fund schools so that we have teachers

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Jess? Minus 12.

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The budget did include plans to spend ?200 million

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The Chancellor said the new money for schools was

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designed to increase opportunities for young people but whether that

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will be the result is already being challenged and by political friends

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Well, our Political Editor Martyn Oates has been following the day's

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Apart from that brief mention of Exeter mathematics school, not much

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specifically aimed at the south-west, Martin? Yes we have used

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to in recent budgets have little list of goodies from the south-west,

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reeled off, if not then the speech itself but in supporting literature

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published afterwards. The only other thing announced today, a slightly

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strange thing done in the context of the budget, was the name that

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Plymouth MP will be the government official representative for the

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Mayflower at 400 separations in Plymouth. That anniversary

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celebration has been heavily involved in by the MP, anywhere.

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Nothing from any of the other leaders of the groups for lobbying

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for better rail links, for example. We used to joke a lot about the

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former Prime Minister David Cameron was frowned of his own worth and

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Cornwall. -- south-west and Cornwall. I have heard others

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recently saying that may be with the change of the Prime Minister the

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south-west isn't as prominent in the government affections. The Cornwall

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chairman, of the Federation of Small Businesses, said based on the budget

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today it looks as if the north and the Midlands are currently the

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teacher's pets. Two of the big announcements today, business rate

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relief and social care we have featured tonight. Any indication how

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the south-west by benefit from those? Previous social care

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allegations could mean an extra ?10 million for the county. The Somerset

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MP who campaigned for better funding for rural areas like the south-west

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picked up this issue of bed locking that Jenny raised and said that

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Devon and Cornwall are among the best, the worst affected. -- the

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worst affected counties in the country.

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A look now at some of the other stories across the south west...

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Police searching for a 26-year-old missing woman in North Devon have

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confirmed she's a junior doctor from Bristol.

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Lauren Phillips' car was last seen in Woolacombe almost two weeks ago.

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Dozens of women from the southwest born in the 1950's, have been

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protesting in London today angry about changes to their pensions.

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They say they've had up to six years added to their retirement age

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Devon Councillors are threatening to refer plans to close

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71 Community Hospital beds to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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They want health commissioners to assure them it's good

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for the local health service and the consultation

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Investigators believe plastic packaging accidentally left

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on a sauna heater caused a major fire in Exeter.

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The Riverside Leisure Centre was severely damaged in the blaze

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A University for Somerset has taken a major step forward today.

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Bridgwater and Taunton College is launching what it's calling

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From fine art and design to nursing,

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it'll offer degree level courses in a range of subjects.

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Our Somerset reporter Clinton Rogers has been to meet some

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of the students already working towards their degree.

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The educational landscape in Somerset is being redrawn.

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Their own promotional video is nothing if not dramatic.

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But what exactly is going to change here?

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Sculpting, fine art, textile design, all these students are already

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studying for a degree, though right now this isn't a university.

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The courses are accredited elsewhere,

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In future, their degree certificates could be branded Somerset University

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I think it does because I think then we can go on

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and we have that status a bit more.

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The University Centre Somerset, the college insist this is

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For one thing, they plan thing to launch new

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degree courses from nucluear science to nursing.

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We won't be offering traditional history degrees, and

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geography degree than things like that, this is very much about a shop

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focus on industry and the type of people that

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industry needs today, so

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it won't be an the additional University format.

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There are many hoops to jump through yet, but it is

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now a declared aim, part of a campaign to persuade more higher

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The use of music to help people with dementia is not a new concept,

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but changing the lyrics of well know tunes to help them is.

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Including subtle verbal hints within music tracks,

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memorable to the listener, helps remind people living

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The idea was devised by a Torbay organisation and is now

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Johnny Rutherford has been to see the system being installed

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in a house in Threemilestone near Truro.

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A lot of people like Frank Sinatra or celibacy and what we have done we

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found the person who is living with dementia, we asked the family lots

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of things to like and we chose for three or four of them and during the

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break and the vocals we have actually added our own message. So

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you could be relaxed just listening to some music and get a gentle

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reminder. Have you had something to eat? Heard that? Think I'll have

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something to eat. This is a new idea trials in Cornwall. The audio is set

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up each day and runs for 24 hours only coming on for an hour or two at

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meal ordering times. It has shown some positive results, from a man

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living with dementia. Since this has been trials, we have noticed that he

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is eating the food that we leave for him. Beside his meals, we don't need

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to be there saying you've got to read this and drink that he is doing

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out automatically. And this is really early dales, at the moment,

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so we're quite pleased at the success already. So far the

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experiment has shown that the music machine needs to be hidden. If

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they've got some ornaments on the mantelpiece, that would frustrate

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them if you are to move the ornament so if they see this piece of

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equipment that hasn't been there before, for them, they would wonder

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what it is, why it is there and I don't think they probably would

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accept it in their house as well. As well as a voice speaking advice

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between lyrics, Michael he has rewritten some famous songs,

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unchanged lyrics to form reminders. For example coming to come fly with

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me and getting tired and weary eyes can off the fire, that's all that's

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required, and its most part of something where I'm helping people

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that are sick filled out of themselves, not just singing at

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people of parties. The developers hope to rule out the system

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throughout south-west. And staying with music, later this

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month, Dartington hall in Devon is to host a concert to fund raise for

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Sands School in Devon, run by the students and staff to make the

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students -- decisions together. The student council sought out

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day-to-day issues, and there is no headmasters. The alternative

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education supporter, David Salone macro is supporting. He is one of

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the founding members of dire Straits. You have now been so low

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for three decades. I left in fairly early days, around the three albums

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and I was done. I am going on tour. I 40th anniversary tour, quite

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frighteningly. We have just finished one June and will dovetail into

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another one. The cusp of the last concert of the previous two, then

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the first concert will be the next one. Why are you keen to do this? My

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daughter was at the Sands School and my wife teaches there, so... It

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wasn't too hard for them to persuade me. Do you many concerts like this?

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I don't do lots of benefits, I think the other one was years ago in the

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Roundhouse in London. A rare opportunity for people in the

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south-west. That's kind of you to say so. I am a big fan of

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progressive education, and I read at a very early age as a result of

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impressionable teenage age you were reading philanthropists and such,

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there was a bit in this book when they were talking about a mother

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coming in, the care other side of a S Neill, and the mother comes in and

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the child dances around all over the furniture and she says look out free

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my daughter is to a S Neill, and he says to add your child isn't free,

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your is ruined. It isn't really as free-form as it looks from the

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outside. Your songs are described as songs of substance and do did write

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a song of the great nowhere, and arrives in saying that construct but

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mother memory loss. I did indeed. When I phoned up and said mum I'm

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currently see you, oh, David, why didn't you phone, she says. Why do

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you think of the idea we have just seen there, using to adapt lyrics

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and help people? I will be needing it pretty soon myself. I work lyric

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sheets for my work on stage and even for this little two-minute song that

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we're going to do I am nervously thinking I have no way to remember

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this because that is so used to having the lyric sheets to help me,

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even though we did hundreds of concerts a year. It shows the power

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of music, doesn't it? It is wonderful stuff. I never tire of it,

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it excites me all the time. And you will perform for us in a moment.

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What will we hear customer a song for true north, if I can remember.

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We will look forward to it. In a moment. Thank you very much for

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coming in and well done on the concert on the

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19th. Now, time for the weather. David,

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what is it looking like? It looks like we will

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continue to have some problems with mist and low cloud. That continues

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overnight tonight, drizzle which will eventually clear southwards

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giving a hint of some slightly brighter conditions. Less breezy

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tomorrow, but still feeling quite wild. The biggest point tonight is

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going to be the mist and fog, quite extensive and a problem along the

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coast or over high ground if travelling. Poor visibility

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overnight, easy local radio of course has updates if it causes

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problems. It's weather Brand is going to lie draped across Cornwall

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for much of the Daisy Murray, with little movement on it, and meaning

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Cornwall will suffer again with the weather we have seen today, drizzle,

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low-power, fog. Friday, that weather front will have moved a long way

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north but we are still in the type of air. Mile, humid, and the

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continued risk of low cloud and mist. I'd no definite change to the

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pattern until the weekend, a cold front sweeping through from Saturday

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introducing fresh air, but availability, and by the time we to

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Sunday we have quite a rush of showers developing around the

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Midlands, and some sunshine. The week and not too bad, but somewhat

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fresher, somewhat cooler. We have the mild air overnight in a

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south-west winds continued to drop through the nights to come, meaning

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with the air much stiller, the ability of the club to be a bit

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lower as it sinks means poor visibility for all of us and as you

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can see there is a great cover of cloud over the most of the south

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west at the moment, producing a ski spots of light rain and drizzle.

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Through the evening and night there is not a great deal of change in

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that, winds falling light, and variable by the morning meaning

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there is a lot of low cloud around, greeting us early in the day, but

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mild overnight, temperatures below are done for most of us 10 degrees.

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15 in Fahrenheit. -- 50. By what had been good in the day a few weeks

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ago, so it is mild, some mist, but a clearance from the north, so during

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the course of the date gradually this guys will brighten, across the

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north of Devon, northern parts of Somerset and especially part of

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Dorset where here we should start to see some breaks in the cloud and

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sunshine coming through. Contrary do that, though, the layer of cloud

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across the good part of Cornwall continues with the mist and fog, and

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spits of drizzle, for all of us being a mild day, 11 or 12 typically

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for most of us and if the sunshine is out, temperatures up to 13 or 14

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degrees. For the Isles of Scilly Dumais here, cloud or mystique for

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most of the day, lighter winds and we have seen today, and generally

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feeling pretty mild. Onto the times of high water and there we are for

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the ports and harbours. Far south-west, say Mary's 204 and 1438.

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Plymouth, 257, and 1536. For surfers, still quite messy. Big

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waves to start with but quite quickly those ways quietened down

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because there are lighter winds tomorrow, a variable three or four,

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eventually becoming south of south-westerly three Dutch War,

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occasionally drizzle, moderate that poor visibility through the English

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Channel, but better visibility along the north coast across the weather

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front stalling across Cornwall. Friday a similar day, temperatures

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13-14 degrees, briefly some brightness, maybe some sunshine, and

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temperatures as night still quite high, but by Saturday into Sunday,

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slightly fresher air, cold at night and the risk of a view showers

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around, some showers on Sunday turning out to be quite heavy. Have

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a good evening. The Justin, back to you.

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As promised we leave you tonight with Dire Straits founding member

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You are my true north, my dreams, my truest, true north, the one that I

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love best. I will remember this, our perfect knife of perfect place. Yes

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and your soft caress, I will remember this. I will remember all

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of this, how we burned, how we kissed, after all this loneliness, I

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will remember this. I'm the one that blessed. I'm the one that blessed.

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You are my true north my true east and my true west. Honey, you're my

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true north, the one that I love best. I will remember this, my love

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beyond the leaf of death, the passion and the truth at last. I'm

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the one that blessed. I'm the one that's blessed. You are my true

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novel, my true east, my true west. Oh, honey, you're my true north, the

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one that I love best. The one that I love best. The one that I love best.

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Let's Sing And Dance exploded onto our screens,

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setting the stage alight...literally.

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Stars were a-swinging... Could somebody help me?

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Join the party, as new stars perform on...

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You can still see her - but it has to be supervised.

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You thought it was YOU I was afraid of.

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Now it's happened, not only have I got nothing to lose,

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