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Good evening welcome to Spotlight - tonight, a service

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We don't know whether we have money to pay the wages, normally we manage

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but we are treading water. There is no money left over and we are not

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the only ones. The struggle of southwest care

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agencies. We're in Cornwall where some home

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care companies are having to pay out Meanwhile disbelief and distress

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on the Isles of Scilly as its only On this small island we will not

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even have a house to look after people that cannot look after

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themselves. We'll report from St

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Mary's as people ask how the elderly and vulnerable will be

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looked after in future. on the south Devon coast -

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the humpback bringing And laying bare his disability;

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Kevin French hopes posing naked will help others learn

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about his condition. The home care system in Cornwall

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is on the brink of collapse. The warning as owners of some

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of the south west's care agencies say they only keep going by dipping

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into their own pockets. The warning is echoed

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by a national report out today which calls for a complete shift

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in the way home care is run. In a moment we'll be speaking

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to the report's author but first Denis Nightingale looks

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at the situation in Cornwall. Tonight at six, the funding crisis

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in social care services... It is one of the biggest

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crises facing the UK... Tonight, home care

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companies in crisis... Home care companies have warned

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of a funding crisis... Never far from the headlines, but

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there is a new side to this story. One report today claims the care

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system nationally is no longer I have been told one company

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after another providing home care in Cornwall dipped

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into their own pockets Of four providers, they all said

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they were struggling financially I love coming in to help people

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daily and seeing different people. Being able to be that person that

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keeps them in their own home. Cornwall Council says it agreed

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its prices after negotiations. But the owner of domiciliary care

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in Camborne says she is one of many That is putting the home care

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system under real threat. We are literally just treading

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water, there is no money left over and I'm sure we're not the only ones

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and I hear it among other colleagues 59-year-old Jan Radley helps look

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after her father, Terry. Three daily care visits

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keep him at home. I didn't like the idea of my dad

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going into a care home at all. And the care that they give

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enables my dad to stay at home. In response to worries

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about the future, Cornwall Council says it is trying to spend its money

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more cleverly with a 10-year plan on making sure care and support

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is available at home or as close To promote independence

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and social inclusion. People take their last breath

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and it is good to know those people went with somebody there next

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to them, even if their family couldn't be there, at least

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we could be there and that Well, the Local Government

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Information Network is a think tank which has been studying the strains

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on the home care system. Its chief executive

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Jonathan Carr-West joins us now. The report paints a stark picture

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describing home care as on the brink of collapse, what has brought it to

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that point? A systemic problem dating back four years with

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underinvestment, lack of innovation in home care continually cutting

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costs by squeezing the workforce, paying people less and less and at

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the root of this is a system whereby we separate out health and care and

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we value the NHS and we see careers and look up to nurses and doctors

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and yet care is left unprotected, budgets are cut and those careers

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are not esteemed. While we have this separation between what our two

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parts of the same hole, care and health, while we have the separation

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the system continues to fail. The government said in the budget more

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money would go into social care but said there will be a major review of

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how this care is delivered, what needs to come out of the review,

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what needs to change? It is welcome to get any extra money but the

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money, ?2 billion over three years is half of what we need. It is a

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sticking plaster. The government acknowledges this saying there is a

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Green paper looking at the system long-term, there are a number of

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things that needs to be done, personal Finance, supporting people

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to save to pay for care because anyone with assets over ?21,000 has

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to pay for their own care, it needs to look at how we shipped the system

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in commissioning so we focus on outcomes not just time people spend,

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it needs to think about using new technologies and smart technologies

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to make care more effective and efficient and most of all, it needs

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to think about creating single budgets, single pool is we can

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commission from so local authorities are able to work across the system

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to keep people healthy and independent. And this is against a

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backdrop of the emphasis shifting closer towards people being cared

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for in their own home, to ease pressure on hospitals. How will that

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be achieved if the system is at the point of collapse? We will not

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achieve that unless we are able to move money out of hospitals and into

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homes. You can do that by realising savings, keeping people at home,

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stopping hospital admissions that is better for people, it is what people

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want and prefer but it is cheaper so we need a way which you can use

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savings to pay them back into the system to invest in better

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preventative measures. Thank you very much.

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The families of people living at the Isle of Scilly's only care

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home say they fear for their loved ones if they have to

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The island's council says it's taken the difficult decision to close it

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because it's not been able to recruit staff for the future.

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Our Cornwall reporter Christine Butler reports from Scilly.

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Both part of the heart and in the hearts of this island community.

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Providing care for its residents, reassurance for their families.

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Clients of Park House have two months to find somewhere else

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to live and be cared for with the shock announcement

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And to me it is losing a family, splitting up my family.

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It is making them out of reach, making them need me.

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And that is the most heartbreaking of all,

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to think that somebody that has looked after you in your hour

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of need or brought you up and you have looked up to is not

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going to be there when they need you.

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The Council on the Isles of Scilly say it has taken the difficult

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decision to close Park House by the beginning of June because it

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has not been able to recruit enough staff for the future.

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Care will continue to be provided in people's own homes.

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A lot of people that are in here, the relatives at home work,

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they have got to give up work to look after the relatives

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And if they are sent over to the mainland to nursing

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homes on the mainland, how can the relatives

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It is so expensive getting backwards and forwards.

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And some of the older people I would think that

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I think it is tragic that in this small island we are not even

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going to have a house to look after people that cannot

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Rumours of problems at Park House has been bandied

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But no one believed it would come to this.

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Christine Butler reporting there - and this afternoon Christine's

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been at a public meeting about the closure of Park House.

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The Isles of Scilly is used to storms and in the town hall behind

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me there is a storm brewing. I have never seen such a packed meeting

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room before, so much that people cannot get through to the doors.

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Ashley Beck the director of adult social care is confronted by a huge

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amount of islanders and she's explaining why Park house

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residential home has to close. She says it is not about funding, they

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have had an increase in the amount of money on social care to up to ?1

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million, it is about recruiting staff to come and work at the

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residential home. Some people felt why hadn't this been brought up six

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months ago, why was a decision only made public now? This should be made

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public six months ago, if you knew this was on the cards, you should

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have made public. She appealed to the islanders to come up with ideas,

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solutions, anything that might prevent Park house from closing. I

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will ask you to come back to me if you have any ideas to keep this care

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home going because I don't want anybody in Park house to move. She

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made assurances that if any of the residents in Parkhouse had to be

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accommodated on the mainland, they would only go into outstanding care

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homes and their muddy funding to pay for relatives to visit the loved

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ones. We hope to get an interview with Ashley Hicks for the late news

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tonight at 10:28pm. Now a round up of

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other news tonight. A teenager has appeared in court

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charged with murdering a forty seven Nineteen year old Delton Jones

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of Burleigh Mews in Liverpool has been remanded in custody

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by Exeter Magistrates court and will appear before a judge

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at Crown court tomorrow. Devon's Liberal Democrat peer

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Lord Burnett is calling for changes It follows the case

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of Royal Marine Alexander Blackman from Taunton who shot dead

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an injured Taliban A court martial appeal

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reduced his murder conviction to manslaughter on the grounds

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of diminished responsibility. A council in Dorset

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is meeting tonight to decide whether a referendum should be held

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over plans for the county to be Councillors in Christchurch have

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already voted against the move but are now looking

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at whether the public Exeter City Council's ruling Labour

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group is being questioned tonight over delays in the redevelopment

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of the city's bus station. Tory opposition councillors have

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called an emergency meeting after the 32 million pound scheme,

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which includes a leisure centre, was put on hold and the project

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management company was sacked. You may remember a few weeks ago

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we reported that a whale had been Well it's thought the humpback

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is still in Start Bay and people from all over the UK are continuing

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to head to the coast In a moment I'll be asking

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a marine expert how But first Emma Thomasson reports

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on on how local businsesses are benefiting from a rise in trade

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as news of the whale spreads. And people are flocking to the south

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Devon coast in the hope of spotting the humpback whale just like this

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near Berry Head. We can't resist just coming to see

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if it's going to be around and to see what photos we can get

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and all that sort of thing. Because it's not supposed to be here

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and it's such a wonderful animal. It is quite a buzz because it is

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unusual to see it so close to the UK coast. An amazing feeling. Not

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everyone has been so lucky. I was in a B and it was seen there but no.

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I was supposed to be home hours ago and I thought I can't, not now. Not

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when it is due and if I leave somebody will say it was seen at

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5pm! They're saying, we've come

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all the way down from Bristol, from Birmingham, somebody came

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down from Manchester. When I was in New Zealand I

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spent a lot of money going whale-watching -

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didn't see anything. I can walk down, half a mile

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from home, and there's a really good chance of seeing the humpback whale

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in the bay. Pete's seen a rise in bookings

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since the whale was first spotted, and he is one of a number

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of businesses benefiting I've been here for 40 years

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and never seen one in the bay, and we've also had porpoises

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and gannets diving and a seal. And, yeah, the bay is

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absolutely thriving, it's absolutely full

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of life, it's wonderful. Well, I've been here for three hours

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now and, sadly, no joy. And I have to admit it is strangely

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addictive, so I can really see why so many people are flocking

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to South Devon in the hope that they'll catch

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a glimpse of the whale. When Emma turns up, the whale

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is nowhere to be seen. Well, joining me now is James Wright

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from the National Marine Aquarium. This is making business boom in the

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area so it is quite unusual. Whale watching is big business in other

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parts of the world, they have a reliable population and this is more

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sporadic and unexpected. Have we had one here before? There are humpbacks

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around the UK coast land, 1500 years ago there were more, whaling was a

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big business many years ago which have a dramatic effect on the

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population. The worldwide population was 120000 and the numbers dwindled

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into the thousands. The global population is back up at 80,000. We

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may see the effect of the reproduction occurring overprotected

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years. It is a spectacular sight and lovely to glimpse a view. There were

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many worries it was so close to the shoreline, what is their normal way

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of being out in the sea, this is unusual? Yes, they do migrate. They

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move to cold waters where they catch smaller fish to feed on and they

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move to warmer waters when their calves are born. It is not unusual

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to have them close to the shoreline. It is not that surprising in those

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areas however here it is surprising, normally be expected the four or

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five on the Scottish islands. Could be in trouble or distress? I don't

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believe so, they can be occasions where this happens and there are

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videos on the internet where people rescue Wales that are caught in

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fishing gear or lost fishing gear or purposely laid and they can

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sometimes rescue them but the fact it has been around three weeks and

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it has gone away and come back, it is quite enjoying the area. He likes

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it here! And the wail in the North died washed up on the shoreline, is

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there a risk? There are many whales out there. People will be quite

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surprised that Wales around the shoreline naturally and sharks as

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well. We cannot see them but are there. The dead whale could have

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died miles and miles away and drifted onto the shore. Thank you.

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Now to one man's mission to help people better understand disability.

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But as Clare Jones now reports, he's using his new role as a nude

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Since birth he has lived with cerebral palsy and a speech

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problem, but he won't let that stop him.

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I was the first severely disabled person to do a Dance Theatre BA

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Presently, I am studying for a Masters in Performance Training.

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Kevin communicates with an iPad, by using his nose or a head pointer.

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My speech is my biggest problem because, not being able

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to verbally communicate, most people think I'm mentally

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challenged and I don't know what I'm doing.

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When people take the time to engage with me, they find out who I am.

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Kevin has become a life model to use his nudity

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When I am dancing or life modelling I am expressing who I am.

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That I am intelligent, creative, sensitive and fully

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I am focusing on movement, nudity and my disability gives me great

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body definition. He is determined not to let his disability get in the

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wake me run for parliament, travelled around the world and... In

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the future I hope to get my masters, do a Ph.D. And make more close

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friends. It hasn't always been easy. I understand I challenge many people

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and their perceptions of disability. To my amazement, many artists and

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even lecturers have problems with a disabled life model. Kevin's view is

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life is for living. If one persons view of what I can do is altered

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positive leak, it is a small victory in the battle to be accepted. --

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positively. A Plymouth theatre built with war

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damage compensation in 1961, has risen up once again

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and will reopen as another major The Athenaeum was moth-balled eight

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years ago but is undergoing a make over so it can stage professional

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entertainment once more. Its opening show 'Dracula'

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is a family comedy preformed by the South West troop Le Navet

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Bete. Johnny Rutherford joined

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in on rehearsals. I am in the story. Where is the

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patient? This woman needs a stake through the heart. Get me a stake.

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Restrain her. Stop, stop! We cannot have killing on the BBC. It is

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professional theatre like this which we are seeing more of in Plymouth.

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It is a chance for us to reach a larger audience in Plymouth. We have

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had an incredible run at the Barbican but it is only 140 seater

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so for us to be able to grow and there is demand for our work in

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Plymouth, we have to be able to move to a bigger venue. The theatre seats

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340 and it went dark as the stage was said to be draining the charity

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funds. Now in partnership with the Barbican, it hopes to be in

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Plymouth's limelight again. It is a growing interest in culture and

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people are now willing to experiment and have a go at unusual things so I

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would like to see dance, comedy, and live literature works. The initial

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stage shows will be professional lead shows with the Barbican Theatre

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but hopefully as we make the theatre more sustainable, we can allow the

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local companies to come back and enjoy it as they did. It takes me

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back because I remember acting on this stage Jesus Christ superstar,

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West side story and even a Star Trek rip-off and the stage I remember

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revolved but that is rare in the south-west. Dracula opens at the end

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of the month. And then on to the theatre. More work!

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Twelve of the largest stones from the last of Dorset's open cast

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mines have been put together to create a unique art installation.

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The project, on Portland, has taken three years

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to create and has been paid for by the arts council.

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Geologists and mathematicians have helped place the stones,

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weighing up to 22 tonnes each, so they celebrate

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both the landscape, the solstice and the equinox.

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The Stones actually create vistas out of the landscape and they also

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throw shadows into the centre and people will be able to read

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information from pools of light within the stone shadows so you'll

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be able to read the landscape through the stone.

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Now what would you do with seven hundred thousand pounds?

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People who live in the west Somerset village of Porlock are being asked

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for advice on how to spend what has been described as a "jaw

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The money has been left in a will to benefit

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And as Clinton Rogers reports, now they have to decide

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As recreation grounds go, it is all ready pretty impressive.

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Now imagine you have nearly three quarters

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It is such a big amount of money and...

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Something amazing for the kids, maybe.

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Probably build a swimming pool or something, that

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The public will get their say because 1200 letters have been

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delivered to people living in the area asking for ideas on how

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to spend the money left to them by a lady called Susan Taylor.

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You know one of the more intriguing things about this story is very

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We have not met anyone who knew her well, we don't

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What we know is she was in her late 90s when she died in December

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and apparently she had no surviving children and so the bulk

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of her estate was left to the Recreation Ground

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And can you imagine the surprise of those in charge of this

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area when they were told there was a legacy for them?

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When he came to see me and told me what the amount would be,

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?700,000 and possibly more, it was just jaw-dropping.

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It will be several months before the final decision is made

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but one thing is certain, Porlock is about to get one

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of the best recreation grounds in the south-west.

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Incredible story. Time for the weather forecast. It was sunny and

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then real downpours. Four seasons in one day. Nice in places but also

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quite bad. We have had a variety and some sunshine as well, not all bad

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news. You have been taking your pictures. A lovely shot of the

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beautiful blue sky. Little clouds to sport the sunshine but elsewhere a

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rainbow in Lyme Regis with heavy showers and more to come. The

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showers continue this evening and overnight. Tomorrow, less windy, and

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there will be showers around but slow-moving so you may get a

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torrential downpour and the risk of thunder and hail but also some

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sunshine to enjoy. Perhaps some of us getting away with a largely dry

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day tomorrow. The showers of one village but hitting the next. You

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can see we have speckled cloud around low-pressure, there is white

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as well so some snow on Dartmoor, the possibility of snow overnight

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tonight, it will not stick around and will melt through the day if it

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falls at all. Low-pressure settled across us and then moves south into

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Friday -- into France giving easterly wind towards the end of the

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week. The easterly wind may have cloud associated as well so the

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chance of a few more showers with the easterly wind which generally

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gives dry weather. The showers Papa western Britain, there is a line of

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cloud approaching giving more persistent rain later tonight. --

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peppering. There was some sunshine and showers in Plymouth earlier,

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some lovely shots from a cameraman and it felt quite pleasant but a

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chop in a Plymouth Sound and the breeze has been quite strong across

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the south-west. We lose the first weather front coming into night,

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that will have gale force winds and as it travels through the

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south-west, a dusting of snow on higher ground like Exmoor Dartmoor

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and the wind will drop, the sky is more clear and it will turn quite

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chilly. It is quite cold and temperature as could be as low as

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two or 4 degrees. Tomorrow, a cloudy day, the sunshine will come through

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and the showers while widespread will be slow-moving and isolated so

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lengthy spells of sunshine in between the showers, not overly

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warm, seven or 9 degrees. It will feel warmer with light wind. A

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largely fine and dry day on the Isles of Scilly. Have a good

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evening. Claire has the late news at 10:30pm and an update on the meeting

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about the threat to a care home in the Isles of Scilly. We are back

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tomorrow. Good night.

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