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I would like to see national Insurance repurposed as a health and

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social care insurance. We'll hear why Devon MP

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Sarah Wollaston wants a ring-fenced fund, as a former MP says income tax

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will have to rise. Also tonight - the grande dame

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of the naval fleet sails back in. HMS Ocean returns to

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Devonport following its They have changed my life and so

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many other families' lives. On Red Nose Day, how one South West

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charity is making a difference And rising to the occasion to raise

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money - we're back in the kitchen, where the judging of cake baking

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doesn't get tougher than this. How do you tackle the problems

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being faced by the NHS? One Devon MP who's also chairman

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of the Commons Health Committee She's suggesting ring-fencing money

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which will be solely Dr Sarah Wollaston says

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National Insurance could be used specifically to fund health

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and social care. Her comments come as a former MP

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in Cornwall says people need to face the harsh reality that an income-tax

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rise is the only way Emergency departments throughout

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England have just come through one More patients have been treated

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than at any time in NHS history. At the same time, there has been

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a fierce row about spending. Now a former MP for St Ives says

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the public need to hear If we are being honest with people,

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being honest with the public, a 2p increase in tax,

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or up to 2p increase in tax, would be necessary

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in order to save the NHS. In the Budget earlier this month,

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Chancellor Philip Hammond said the Conservatives were funding

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the NHS with a ?10 billion One of the Conservative Party's

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own MPs, who also happens to be chair of the Health Select

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Committee, says it is time the NHS was directly funded

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from ringfenced taxes. I think there is much more support

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for these kind of taxes if people know where it is going,

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so I actually do think is a good idea and I would

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like to see National Insurance repurposed as a health and social

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care insurance and for that The Treasury is yet to respond,

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but this year the Government can expect to raise more money

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through National Insurance With me now is our political editor.

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How likely is it that some kind of dedicated health tax could be

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implemented? Sarah Williston is not alone, the former head of the NHS

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has said they support the idea of a ring-fenced tax. But the Treasury

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tends not to like this kind of thing, so that is an obstacle. If

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you divert a chunk of existing taxation to the NHS, clearly some of

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that money will have to come from somewhere else. Can you imagine the

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government saying, we will spend more on the NHS but, for example,

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take it from schools? Hence this proposal from the Lib Dems that

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taxation overall needs to go up. But of course that will prove very

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unpopular as well. The Lib Dems have made great play of this being very

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difficult but we have to be realistic and grasp the nettle. I

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interviewed two MPs, conservative Neil Harris and labour's Ben

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Bradshaw, and they both said, yes, we agree that taxation needs to go

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up to support the NHS. Here is Ben Bradshaw.

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You have to look at everything, whether it's a combination of income

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or National Insurance tax, more sin taxes like the sugar tax

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that the health committee recommended and has now been adopted

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by the government, already been very successful at reducing sugar useful.

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Any ideas as to where they should come from?

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Well, you can think of a number of things, fat, sugar, salt,

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I think that the public would accept that perhaps more than income tax,

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and I don't think we should rule out the idea that we had

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when we were in government, for social care, of some kind

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So the idea that this will be more popular if it falls on a specific

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area or the proceeds will be directed at a specific area. How

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attractive that will be to offer to the public at the general election

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remains to be seen. The debate continues this weekend

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on the Sunday Politics at 11am on BBC One, when Martyn's guests

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will be Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw, and Tiverton

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and Honiton MP Neil Parrish. A roundup now of other

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stories making the news A former Royal Marine from Somerset

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jailed for the fatal shooting of a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan

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must wait until next Five judges at the Court Martial

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Appeal Court have been urged to free Sergeant Alexander Blackman

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from prison following the reduction of his murder

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conviction to manslaughter. Police are appealing for witnesses

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after a number of objects were placed on the railway line

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in Devon, causing damage to trains. The latest incident this week

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involved a train hitting a traffic sign at 65mph that was placed

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on the line at Lapford Two new operators will soon be

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running bus services in Torbay. It follows the announcement last

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month that "Local Link" was pulling out of the fare element

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of their business in April. Most of the threatened routes will

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now be replaced or covered by other services.

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The RNLI has released dramatic footage of this week's rescue

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operation to free a whale caught in fishing nets and lines.

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Crowds had gathered to watch the whale at Start Bay

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in South Devon, which has been putting in a regular appearance

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A number of businesses in Weymouth are refusing to pay a levy

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for the business improvement district, known as BID.

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The money, that is in addition to their rates, is used for projects

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The schemes exist across the country and have paid for everything

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from additional policing to better signage.

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In Weymouth some members claim the BID team isn't doing

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enough to promote the town and that the money isn't

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But elsewhere in the region, BID schemes are being described

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Thousands of people pack into Falmouth for Falmouth Week,

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one of the highlights of the town's festival calendar, and this is just

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Falmouth is now a Business Improvement District.

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Once a town has adopted a BID scheme, local businesses

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In Falmouth the money's being used to promote events, advertising,

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signage and town improvements and the council says it has

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We've been able to extend our events programme now through the year,

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there's always something to do in Falmouth, there's

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always something to see, and the other thing is that the town

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is always busy, the shops are always active.

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Local businesses say BID has brought everybody together and it works.

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We're all very proud of Falmouth and the more all of our businesses

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and institutions can link together, the more vibrant our town becomes,

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and the better destination it is for visitors to come.

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And Falmouth has changed so much in the last five years under

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the BID process that it has now won an award for the best

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High Street in a coastal town in the whole of the UK.

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But 150 miles down the coast in Weymouth not all

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Although they think in principle BIDs are a good idea, they say it's

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not working well here as those running it are not doing enough

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This year some of us have decided not to pay the levy and go to court.

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First and foremost we would like them to listen to us.

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We went to the very first AGM, there were lots

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and lots of questions, some were answered, some weren't.

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The second AGM, they didn't let us ask questions, they said

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The third AGM, many of us didn't bother to go.

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The BID manager for Weymouth has defended their record,

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saying they have done a lot to promote the town,

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including a Christmas festival and a seafood Festival,

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but these business owners say they have witnessed BID's success

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in other towns and now they want a slice of the action.

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The Royal Navy's largest warship, HMS Ocean, has returned home

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after a six-month deployment in the Mediterranean and Gulf.

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Hundreds of family members were at Devonport Naval Base

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to welcome the ship and their loved ones home.

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The helicopter carrier and assault ship's crew of 500 now

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have a period of leave before Ocean makes one final deployment

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prior to being taken out of service next year.

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Picking up where they left off, families reunited after more

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It has been a long six and a half months away.

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Especially without seeing the little ones and stuff.

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Two weeks and I ended up having to move house

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and had another baby, so now I will carry

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This had been Ocean's longest deployment, and one of her last.

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The helicopter carrier and amphibious assault ship is due to be

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It is the penultimate deployment for HMS Ocean based

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However, we have a follow-on deployment after this and we will be

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sailing later in the year, so actually we're busy preparing

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for that, believe it or not, even though we've come home today.

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The Prime Minister, Theresa May, visited HMS Ocean during a trip

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For the crew, after a tour which has taken them thousands

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of miles around the Med and the Gulf, there

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Missed your birthday, missed Christmas.

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We will be having Christmas when we go back as well now.

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Lovely scenes, I love the family who are now going to have Christmas. I

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hope it is a happy Christmas. A look at how Comic Relief

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is making a difference The young rugby side which has

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secured a match at Twickenham. This weekend the clocks spring

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forward one hour and I think we will probably get some spring weather,

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even some sunshine. Now, you can't have missed that

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today is Red Nose day. It's organised by Comic Relief

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and is all about raising money Many charities across

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the South West benefit One of them is Pete's Dragons,

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which helps people who've lost Spotlight's Andrea

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Ormsby has the story. Life has been very tough

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for 18-year-old India Sanderson Last year, two of her

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friends killed themselves. I was just in a state

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of shock all the time. I didn't really know

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what I was doing, I was just kind of going through day to day just

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confused and I couldn't concentrate and I was just so emotional as well

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because I realised it could happen to anyone and especially

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because you do not know what is happening on the inside

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and I worried for my family, for my closer friends,

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anything could happen. Her counselling here with Alison has

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been helping but it really came into its own a few weeks ago,

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when a member of India's family also That helped so much,

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because I could have been so much worse than I was when my two friends

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committing suicide, but just knowing that Alison was here,

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and I'd already learned some of the coping strategies already,

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that it helped me a lot, and because I learned those

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strategies I could help my family. So have you been practising

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your mindfulness? Alison set up the charity after her

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brother, Pete, killed himself. Now Pete's Dragons is

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getting busier and busier. What we have found this year

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is we are picking up historical cases where because we are the first

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specific suicide bereavement support group in Devon and we have

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approximately 86 suicides a year consistently, we are picking up

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historical cases as well where people just haven't had any

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support and they have lost a loved Just knowing that there's somebody

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there who has been through the same thing and understands the bizarre,

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you know, the guilt, the pain, Last year, Comic Relief provided

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crucial funding for the charity. Please do get involved

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with Comic Relief. I can say that their funding has

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made an enormous difference to the face of this charity

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and what we are able to offer. They've really changed my life

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and the lives of so many other families and they deserve every

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penny that they get from funding To run the service this year

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alone, Pete's Dragons One of the charities to benefit

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from Comic Relief money. And later we'll see how

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teams from Spotlight, Radio Devon and Radio Cornwall got

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on as they took part It's time for the sport now

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and Andy's here with news of a top Promotion isn't enough,

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Plymouth Argyle still have their sights set on winning

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League Two. While Exeter City take on neighbours

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Yeovil Town on Saturday, Plymouth's trip to Doncaster sees

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the division's top two The hosts may have the best home

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record in the league, but it won't worry the Pilgrims,

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who happen to have However they'll need to be

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at their best and the return to form of playmaker Graham Carey in recent

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weeks couldn't have You know, I've won the title

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twice in Scotland so I'd like to try and do it

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in England as well. You know, the players

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are all focused on that as well, so we need to go to Doncaster

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and win the match to push on. Doncaster's football team may be

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at home but their rugby players will be making the long journey down

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to Penzance for their In the Premiership,

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the Exeter Chiefs will be looking to put the disappointment of last

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week's Anglo Welsh Cup final behind them when they welcome

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the Sale Sharks to Sandy Park. The Chiefs will no doubt have happy

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memories of the last time the two sides met just before Christmas

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when they ran out convincing Of course another boost

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for the Exeter faithful is the return of England winger Jack

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Nowell. It will only be our fault

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if we do let it slip now, because at the end of the day

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we don't have to chase anyone, we're up there, we just need to keep

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on picking up points where we can. So it's another good chance

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for us to show what we're While the Chiefs look well set

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for another final in May, one school from the South West has

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already booked their The Thomas Hardye School

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hammered their opponents in the last four of the National Schools Vase

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competition on Saturday and next week they head to rugby HQ in London

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to try and bring the trophy They are friends on and off

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the field and they celebrate together reaching a Twickenham

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final. Today it was back to school,

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and on Wednesday the lads will swap these gates for the gates at rugby

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headquarters as they share They will be far from a madding

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crowd but it's not about that. Staff are stopping me

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in the corridors and The kids are getting

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pats on the back. Everybody wants to come

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with us next Wednesday. We're taking one coach,

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not everyone can come. But, yeah, everybody wants

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a little part of it. It's a first for the school to send

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a team to Twickenham and following the emphatic victory

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in the semifinal confidence is high. It is a team of mates

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and everybody knows their job. Just shouting at them

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and keeping them going. I've kind of just pictured walking

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out through the tunnel, just with the massive stadium,

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it's sort of hard to focus on anything else

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really at the moment. It is an excellent carry

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by number eight John Stewart. Obviously I'm not trying to be cocky

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or anything but I think if we could play how we play day in,

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day out, we will be OK. The number eight may marshal

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the forward pack but the backs also possess some special talent

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and in fly-half Orlando Bailey Despite a sparkling performance

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in the semifinal capped off by a hat-trick of tries,

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the playmaker remains humble. Yes, it's obviously great doing it

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for my mates because we're all such a close bunch,

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and to sort of go out and do it for each other,

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it's what it's all about, really. So the big question, is running out

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on the hallowed turf enough or does We've come this far,

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we want to win now. Of course it does matter

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because it makes that memory You don't want to go

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to Twickenham and lose. Obviously it's amazing to still play

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there but to win there, If you can't wait until tomorrow

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for your sport, the Plymouth Raiders match against the Bristol Flyers

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is being shown live Tip-off at the Pavilions

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is just after 7.30. Let's hope they can bounce

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back in style after last Today is Comic Relief 2017,

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and yesterday we saw BBC presenters from radio and television going head

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to head in a Great British Bake Off style Cake Off challenge

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to raise money for charity. Their task was to make a Victoria

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sponge, and as we saw they did that with varying

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degrees of success. Tonight we see them baking

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and decorating their cakes and then trying to sell them to unsuspecting

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students and staff at The winner is the one

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who makes the most money. But as you're about to see it wasn't

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quite as straightforward as that. Ladies and gentlemen,

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you should think about getting I went to look at Martin's

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mixture, my cake's gone. BBC Radio Cornwall

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have vanished as well. We haven't thrown it

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away, don't worry! Last time I baked a cake

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was when I lived with my parents! Are you still getting

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texts from your expert? Well, it's whether I can go home

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tonight, really, isn't it? This is a moment we never

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thought we'd see. It will be an improvement

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from last time. This is one of those things that

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you think when you've seen it on the internet it's going to be

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a really good idea, and then you actually start doing it

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and you realise it's not a good idea because it's really

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intricate and really fiddly. David, is there

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something to admit here? I gave the oven a little bit

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of a shake, it looks like it might It does have quite

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an alarming crack in it. Well, there's only two

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words to say to that. It's going in the

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bottom of the cake. Firstly let me say thank you very

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much indeed to all of our presenters for throwing themselves into this

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task with such gusto. It's very clear that some

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of you spend an awful lot of time in the kitchen baking,

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some of you perhaps less so. I think the most spectacular cake

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and I think the one that's probably It looks like fantastic fun. Mel

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Osborne's cake looked fantastic. And in true Oscar style

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BBC Radio Cornwall's Mel Osborne wasn't the winner

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- it was... The whole aim of the game was to

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sell the cake and make the most money. My cake was rubbish but I

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sold it all! Julia looked lethal with a palette knife. Three palette

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knives under the cake! I couldn't possibly say is. It is very nice.

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Congratulations on your win. You shouldn't eat cake just before

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the weather. I want to see that all eaten up by

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the time I get back. It looks like we will see some

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lovely weather for the afternoon. If you have jobs queued up for the

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garden, this is the weekend to do it. You may have to wrap up more

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warmly than looking out the window suggests because we have blue sky

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but a keen wind from the east. It will be windy, especially tomorrow,

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and rather chilly at night but during the daytime it will feel

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rather pleasant out of the breeze. The cloud we have seen today is

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melting away from us so we have high pressure coming our wafer the

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weekend. It looks like we will see the cloud in the South sink slowly

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away from us. -- high pressure coming our way. We are on the edge

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of the high pressure so it squeezes the isobars are bit so it is likely

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to be windy on Saturday and Sunday, not so much on Sunday. By the early

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part of next week we start to see low pressure getting closer so only

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really for the weekend and into Monday before the low pressure

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brings more cloud. That was the cloud we saw earlier today. It looks

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like it is breaking up quite nicely now. It will continue to move

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westwards and the skies are largely clear tonight. Ordinarily we could

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see a frost because of that but there is enough of a breeze to keep

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the air moving. A few places will C temperatures close to freezing,

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particularly for Northern Devon and parts of Somerset. -- will see

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temperatures. Tomorrow we have a blustery day but a fine day. Plenty

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of sunshine, in fact almost unbroken for most of us, just a bit of patchy

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cloud floating past. Winds from the north-east or East, strong at times

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and quite dusty, especially over the high ground of Dartmoor, Exmoor and

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Bodmin Moor. We could get pretty good temperatures but the wind will

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hold those down. 14, 15 possible to stub out anywhere away from the wind

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but along the coast not so warm. -- possible just about anywhere. It

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will be a blustery day for the Isles of Scilly, fine weather but a bit

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breezy with a top temperature of 11 or 12. Onto the times of high water.

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Penzance, 2:36am and 15:01pm. For the surface, not a huge wave, the

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winds will whip up the seas are bit but most of our main surfing

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beaches, no more than two or three feet and predominantly clean. There

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is the coastal waters forecast, the winds from the east or north-east,

:26:49.:26:52.

five to six but occasionally seven through the English Channel.

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Generally fair with a bit of a haze. On Saturday night the clocks go

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forward and our so I think that means we lose an hour's sleep as we

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move into Sunday. Sunday's forecast is bright and dry, a wee bit more

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cloud coming our way on Sunday. By Monday and Tuesday the winds start

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to change direction, southerly and south-westerly winds and the threat

:27:23.:27:27.

of a few more showers later in the day. I will have to remind myself

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not to eat cake before I do broadcast this time.

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It was very nice, could have done with a cup of tea.

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From seven o'clock this evening we have more from Red Nose Day. Good

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night.

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