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Tanis Bhandari was killed in 2015, but his family say they still

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haven't seen a full report on what happened.

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The emotional feeling that they are keeping information from you that

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should be out there for everybody to know.

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Also on the programme tonight: Three years in jail for a Devon doctor.

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This consultant paediatrician made and distributed indecent

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images of children - a senior officer says

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they were amongst some of the worst she'd ever seen.

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A trail of illegal flytipping across the countryside -

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now the man responsible has been sentenced to 20 months in prison

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as young and old celebrate International Happiness Day.

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There are calls tonight for urgent action from the government

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by families of people murdered by offenders on probation.

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A BBC investigation has found new evidence of relatives of such

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crimes being kept in the dark over reports which they

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The investigation by tonight's Inside Out programme follows

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the murder of Tanis Bandhari from Plymouth.

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He was stabbed to death on New Year's Day 2015.

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One of his killers was, at the time, being supervised

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His mother is fighting to obtain the full official

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Now a similar case has emerged - also in Devon.

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In 2015, Sarah's brother was beaten to death by an offender on parole.

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The BBC has established an internal review was carried out

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by the probation service, but that is news to Sarah.

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It was only when I got a phone call from the BBC that it was the first

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I had ever heard of the family having any access to the probation

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report, or indeed that there was a probation report

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It doesn't let us get on with our lives in the way that you need to.

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It was a similar story for the family of Plymouth

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He was murdered two years ago by knife obsessive Donald Pemberton.

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A report was also carried out into the killing.

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The family were only given a summary after more than a year

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It's just totally, totally frustrating and upsetting.

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The emotional feeling that they're keeping information from you that

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should be out there for everybody to know, it's just totally unfair.

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Mrs Sharpe has now asked the Justice Secretary to intervene

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and help get the full report released into Pemberton's

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The Minister has said she will review the matter.

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You've just got this strong desire to know why it happened,

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You know, that something so bad should happen.

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In the south-west, most probation services are run

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Working Links told us that they never withhold summary

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reports and that it is the job of Devon and Cornwall Police

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to liaise with families over that information.

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However, in the case of Sarah's brother, the police told us they had

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no record of being notified that a report existed.

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Sarah says that lack of clarity has added to her suffering.

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She remains determined to find out why her brother died.

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And Inside Out is on tonight at 7.30 here on BBC One.

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A consultant paediatrician from Devon is tonight beginning

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a three-year jail term for viewing and sharing child sex images

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which a senior police officer says are amongst the worst

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47-year-old Jonathan Walsh, who'd worked at North

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Devon District Hospital, admitted 17 charges of making

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None of the charges relate to patients in his care.

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The hospital says it was shaken when it learnt of the case

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Not keen on being photographed as he went into court today,

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but Dr Jonathan Walsh, in the red jacket, was very keen

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to see indecent images of young children on his home computer.

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When officers raided Walsh's family home in Barnstaple,

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they found 27 computer files which showed the most serious types

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Over a four-month period, 24 of them had been distributed

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This was the equivalent of 18 hours of viewing.

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Walsh had also tried to cover his tracks by using

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These are our grade A images which are at the highest end

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of the spectrum on indecent images and in fact the investigating

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officer has said that they were some of the worst images she has ever

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It is not a victimless crime, there are real children at the end

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of this that are suffering every day to satisfy the desires of the people

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The court was told Walsh's wife was standing by him and he now

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In a statement, North Devon District Hospital said:

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a senior national police protection officer said paedophiles who view

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indecent images but go no further should not be jailed as forces can't

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But a leading children's charity welcomed today's prosecution.

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Clearly there needs to be something done to prevent people committing

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these offences in the future and we would want to see far more

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in terms of prevention to ensure children are not abused in this way

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and these images are not available to be downloaded by anybody.

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As he jailed Walsh for three years, the judge told him, "You went

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to considerable lengths to disguise what you were doing.

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To state that your sexual interest in children which underlies these

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offences causes concern with regard to the position you held

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Walsh has already had to move from North Devon due

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Now a round up of some of the other news tonight.

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Police have launched a murder investigation in Exeter.

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A 47-year-old man, originally from Liverpool, died in hospital

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on Friday after a disturbance last Thursday in Colleton Crescent.

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Police are questioning a 19-year-old man.

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It is thought Charlie told we may have travelled to Yorkshire. Police

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are appealing for sightings. The only care home on the Isles

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of Scilly is closing. The islands' council says recruiting

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difficulties means it is unable to ensure a minimum safe level

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of staffing at Park Relatives have two months

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to move their loved ones. Cornwall Council is calling

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for a minister or senior civil servant to be appointed

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to champion the Cornish. It's made the call to the

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Communities Secretary Sajid Javid. The Council of Europe has criticised

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the way the government is meeting its obligations

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to the Cornish as a newly The Queens Theatre in Barnstaple

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and the Landmark Theatre in Ilfracombe have been returned

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to the control of North Devon The council says it will now look

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for a short-term caretaker operator before putting running

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the theatres out to tender. Some schools say they are facing

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cuts to the A-level curriculum, a reduction in the number

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of teaching staff and bigger class sizes as they struggle

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to balance the books. The leader of Devon County Council

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says the situation has got so bad, he's launching a petition to get

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the issue of school funding raised A government consultation

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to change the way schools are funded ends on Wednesday,

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but local authorities in Devon and Cornwall claim the new fairer

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funding formula does not The government wants to change the

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way schools are funded to make it fairer and to hold the most

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disadvantaged children. For Devon, 62% of children in secondary and

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primary schools will be worse off under the new fairer funding. We are

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having to cover subjects, increase class sizes and we are not replacing

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staff and the increasing workload on staff means we are losing staff. We

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have an opportunity to sign and make a very large petition which we can

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present to Parliament. The government gives schools in the

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south-west less money than other parts in the country. Devon is

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particularly badly hit. This might education really worth 50% less?

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This is why a petition is being launched to get the issue debated

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again in the Commons. Let us for once stand up and say to government,

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enough is enough. We would like fair funding. Members of Parliament are

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talking about it. Let's give them the support to talk further in

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London. A move welcomed by teachers. I am pleased he doing it. I would

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question why it was not done earlier because we have had to make cuts

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already within the budget. The government says its new funding

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formula will make the system fairer, but some schools are already running

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on reserves whilst cutting staff, subjects and increasing class sizes.

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I had to staff saying they are leaving the profession, they cannot

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cope with the workload and we are talking about talented staff.

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Despite widespread concern over funding pressures, there no extra

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money earmarked for schools in the budget but that has not stopped

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those like John Hart hoping that his petition will make a difference.

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A double-decker bus is to be used as a new shelter

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It follows a similar move on the Isle of Wight.

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The Dorset bus will be based in Weymouth and volunteers have now

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collected the vehicle which has been donated to the project.

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It will sleep 20 and should be converted and ready for use

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The idea is to give a group of people somewhere temporary

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to stay while they find more permanent accommodation.

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It is a really cheap solution to a bigger, growing problem and it

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provides safety and shelter and food and support and will just tell

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people back into society and into their own homes.

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Natalie will be here in a moment with a full sports round up

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and although Exeter Chiefs had a near miss...

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There was major disappointment for the Plymouth Raiders

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And creating crates of art - how graffiti is being being used

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A man who cruised residential areas of Devon looking for items

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to illegally flytip has been jailed for 20 months.

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Martin McDonagh would approach homeowners uninvited and offer

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to take away their waste for a cash sum.

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Instead he left a trail of debris, including hazardous asbestos waste

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in some of the most sensitive rural sites in the county.

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McDonagh failed to turn up to Plymouth Crown Court

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and a European Arrest Warrant has been issued to bring back

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the offender from the Republic of Ireland, so that justice

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It is now a familiar sight in our countryside.

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The beauty spots were fly-tippers can illegally dump rubbish

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But look at how much devastation one man can cause.

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18 separate sites across three local authorities were used

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by Martin McDonagh over more than a year.

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One victim who was ripped off by the serial fly-tipper also faced

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a fixed penalty notice served by the local authority

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I was heavily pregnant, I was moving out of my dad's flat

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and trying to start a new, fresh life, new home, new family

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I wanted everything gone, sorted and I couldn't do that.

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He knows how to work people to get what he wants. He can come across as

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the most friendliest person in the world. He knows what he is doing.

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In sentencing, the charge said Martin McDonagh would pester home

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owners who were then charged money and then he was in a habit of coming

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back and pestering for more money. He said his manner was persistent

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and threatening. Tanis Bandhari Martin McDonagh showed their regard

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for the customers. He showed no regard for the environment and he

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showed no regard for the land owners, local authorities who have

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had to clear up the massed. Martin McDonagh's van has been crushed and

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recycled. If only he had taken this approach with his work.

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It was a massive weekend of sport, but it's fair to say there weren't

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Natalie's here with good news and bad news.

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Shall we get the bad news out of the way?

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The Exeter Chiefs just failed in their bid to win the first trophy

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They lost 16-12 to Leicester Tigers in the final of the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

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Charlie Price watched the game in London.

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It was another big day for fans of the Exeter Chiefs.

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More than a thousand of them travelled from Devon to London

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We will win quite handsomely, probably by about 25 points.

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I think we will play really well and if we have a good squad

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performance, then we'll bring home the cup - brilliant.

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At the Twickenham stoop, a young Chiefs side was aiming

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to win the Anglo-Welsh Trophy for a second time and they enjoyed

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the first try of the match, with James Short on the end

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of a good passing move and his pace gave the Leicester defence no

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But the Tigers responded and took control of the game.

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Tom Brady intercepted another Exeter passing move and he scored.

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It was converted and another two penalties from Freddie Burns saw

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the Chiefs trail by 11 points at the break.

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No points were scored in the second half until the 77th minute,

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when after 39 phases of play, Sam Simmonds finally breached

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the Tigers' defence, but there wasn't enough time

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So it was defeat in the final of this competition

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There was also disappointment for the Plymouth Raiders

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as they lost in the BBL Trophy final to a slick Leicester Riders team.

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A 1,000-mile round trip to and from Glasgow saw

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The Raiders were always the underdogs and Leicester showed

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why they were favourites with a strong start.

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Of their 19 attempts in the first quarter,

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Plymouth only managed to score three times, meaning the writing

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Despite a valiant fightback by the Raiders in the second

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quarter, when they tried to stay in touch with their opposition,

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it soon became obvious that the Riders were too good

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and they started to run away with it.

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Plymouth did well to make it to the final,

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their first in ten years, but yesterday just wasn't their day.

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The Riders reigned supreme and it finished 91-58.

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At the end of the day, it's a make or miss sport.

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You miss the shots, you lose and we had, overall,

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four more shots than them, and we lost by 30,

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We're going to have to go back to the drawing board,

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see where we're taking our shots from and why we're missing so many

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shots, because that has hurt us over the last six or seven weeks.

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The long trip back from Glasgow was a disappointing

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Eight games left of the season and Plymouth Argyle maintained

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their automatic promotion push with a win over Morecambe

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It finished 1-0, which might not sound that exciting,

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but by all accounts it was a humdinger of a game.

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Graham Carey was the scorer with a superb effort.

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Argyle were unlucky not have have had more.

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Exeter City are still in the play-off zone in seventh place

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The Grecians took the lead just before the hour mark

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Luton, who are currently fifth, equalised a few minutes later.

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Exeter are just one point ahead of eighth-placed Blackpool.

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On Saturday they're against Yeovil, who also drew

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They were hosting Accrington Stanley who had ten men

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Francois Zoko scored Yeovil's equaliser.

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The Glovers are 17th with their opponents one place

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And if you're wondering where Torquay are, well,

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They're in action tomorrow at home to Eastleigh.

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Are you aware it is International Day of Happiness with that bulletin?

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Sorry! But didn't they do well to get there? The top two teams. There

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is always next year. A wooden crate may not be the first thing you think

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of as a work of art but left it in the hands of a graffiti artist in

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Exeter they have been transformed. The artists have used their skills

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to turn the crates into colourful and eye-catching pieces which will

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now be auctioned off for charity. The crates were truly,

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truly extraordinary. People can be as wild

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and as wacky as they want to be. The spare time of 22 graffiti

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artists combined with a donation of 22 blank crates and this

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is what you get. It really is extraordinary,

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absolutely extraordinary. I know the work of all

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of the artists involved because I was the one to approach

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them, but it was so surprising that the depth and range

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of results that we got. The struggle is now where to display

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these pieces of art. Because the idea is we are going

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to have an auction to make as much money as we can to give to a charity

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cause and that charity cause is the homeless that I see

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all the time in Exeter. I don't understand why somebody

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is not ringing me up straightaway and saying,

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"Martin, do you know what? "I will have your crates,

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I will display them It is a cause really close

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to my heart right now. I cannot ever be more amazed

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of people's individual attention to things,

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so a central location The search continues

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for a place on the high street Working with you, just

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think Peshmerga Justin! made you smile today,

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because it's International Day of Happiness and one woman has been

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on a mission to help spread Sally Crabtree enlisted the help

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of school children to launch a postal service delivering

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parcels of happiness. Johnny Rutherford joined

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them as they stopped off to at a residential

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home in Plymouth. Here is your parcel of happiness.

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Packages containing happy poems and gets too warm the heart. It is all

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about young people delivering a little cheer to the elderly. One of

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the kids, I said to him, what is happiness? He said, happiness is a

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rocket ship that won't stop flying. I am aiming to inspire them to have

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the confidence to find their voice and understand that literacy can be

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fun and once you get that going, you can create things that have a

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genuine joy within them and then it is that thing of giving that to

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somebody else. If you give to people, it makes you happy. Parkwood

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residential home accepted the deliveries with open arms. Some gets

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contained poems. The universe is one big door of love, here is your key

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to open it. It makes I Pella our day to have them here singing. It was

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lovely. That is what we need here. A bit of happiness. One of the ladies

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got given a gold watch and instead of the time it said, now. That thing

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about happiness is about living in the moment. With children they live

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in the moment. What do you think of today? Smashing! Remember today is

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International Day of Happiness so that means smiles.

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We had loads of happy callers on the radio today as well saying that

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things that made them happy work" that cheese sconce, the open road

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and one person said talking to me made them happy. Let's see if the

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weather will make us happy. The weather is not great but I will do

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it with a smile. We have had a bit of a mixed bag today. Drive but

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cloudy weather to begin with, and then we had a weather front moving

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in so we had a spell of rain. That has cleared. Behind it is much

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colder air. This week it will be cold particularly over the next few

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days. Rather breezy all week and towards the end it should settle

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down with more dry weather. You can see the extent of the cloud. Behind

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this front we have a lot of clear skies. Initially tonight we will see

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the clear skies and then shower was behind. It has been a breezy day and

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we can expect a fairly breezy few days. Tomorrow we will see a mixture

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of sunshine and heavy downpours. Some with the risk of hail and heavy

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thunder. Much lighter winds on Wednesday. Thursday a mixture of

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sunshine and showers. After Thursday it should settle down as we head

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towards the weekend. We have a bit of cloud still left but tonight, a

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lot of the cloud will lift and break. Initially clear skies, a few

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showers. It is going to be breezy and that will stop us getting a

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frost because it is very cold air that is starting to push across us.

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Temperatures close to freezing even with that breeze. Down to one or 2

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degrees. The potential of a frost roaringly tomorrow. Shower was

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speeding in as he go through the day. Heavy with the risk of hail and

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thunder, merging into longer spells of rain. With the strength of those

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winds it will feel colder than today, highs of around ten or 11

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degrees. For the Isles of Scilly we will see Sunny spells but then

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showers will work their way in and they will be heavy with the risk of

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hail and thunder. Winds will pick up as we go through the day. Here are

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your times of high water. In terms of our surfing, fairly big waves

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along the north coast. Slightly lesser waves along the south coast.

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Our winds will start off south-westerly, gradually become

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more westerly through the day. Many fair with some showers. Some fog

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developing and the visibility moderate or good. A bit of a mixed

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bag this week. Much colder air starting to push in. Tonight will be

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a chilly night, that breeze keeping us mostly frost free. Tomorrow more

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sunshine than today. In the afternoon clouds will clump

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together, heavy with the risk of hail and Sunday. Wednesday will be

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fairly cloudy, a spell of rain, drier in the afternoon. Jabba Riaz

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we had towards the tail end of the week we will seek temperatures

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climbing. A ridge of high pressure climbing. Friday into the weekend we

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should see a lot more dry weather with spells of sunshine. Sarah on

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Facebook says, see someone without a smile, give them one of yours.

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Lovely! From all of us here, good night.

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The 24-year-old man has been charged with murder.

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You made sure an innocent man is charged!

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What gives you the right to say that he's innocent?

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If police wrongdoing is part of this, I want to know.

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