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Good evening welcome to Spotlight. membership. That's all from the BBC

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A country divided, and counties divided.

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As article 50 is triggered we look at the uncertainty

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I think that we really haven't had it fully explained to us. They are

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talking about maybe even leaving the Queen. We don't know what it means

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for our personal lives or business lives and I think everyone would

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like some clarity. We're live across

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the region tonight. We're in Ivybridge revisiting this

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devon family who celebrated And in Cornwall with the man whose

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mission it was to leave the EU Also tonight a major set back

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for the Festival of Remembrance. We'll reveal why the annual

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Royal British Legion service And a winning partnership -

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one boy and his dog selected to represent Great Britain

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in a European Championship. When it came through, I started

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welling up, so I feel pretty proud of me and Aston.

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It's just over nine months since the South West voted -

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along with the rest of the country - to leave the EU, today

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as you've probably heard, the formal process of exiting

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In the biggest political decision in a generation nearly 53% of people

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Tonight we'll be hearing from those who have been waiting

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for this day for decades, and from those who never wanted,

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Every pub is a place to settle an argument, the side press in Torquay

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was trying its best during the campaign. A patent for in and a pint

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for out. But after Theresa May officially started the process of

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exit from the EU, it was a little more muted. After the last vote on

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Europe in 1975, easy maths on the Isles of Scilly, questions have

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rumbled on about whether Britain should come out of the club. The

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move to put the decision to the people brought campaigner is waving

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the in and out flags. Or pasties, to the south-west. As summer game,

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things got heated. It was no cooler inside. I am descended from

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migrants. The south-west has cast its vote and like the rest of the

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country, the region has voted to leave the European Union. But where

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one question was answered, others arose. Among them, will be

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Government ban foreign fishing boats? How will billions of pounds

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in grants for corn will be replaced? And what about the huge migrant

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workforce? We caught up with some people in April the shop. I don't

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think that Brexit will affect me. Bullish people are coming here a lot

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to work in factories or does work like normal people and now it is

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going to be more difficult. -- Polish people.

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Well, that's the view in Dorset, and our political reporters

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Tamsin Melville and Anna Varle have been out assessing what

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today means for people in the rest of the region.

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First to Tamsin who joins us from west Cornwall.

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I am in an incredibly wet and windy Cornwall this evening, one of the

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many places that voted to leave back in June. In fact, one constituency

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area alone, Truro and Falmouth, voted to remain. So now that the

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negotiations are about to get underway, what is it that voters in

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Cornwall want to see from is accessible Brexit? I have been

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speaking to some of them to find out.

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protest against the European Union in the form of the Maastricht

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This Penzance-based campaigner has got a file full of

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clippings and letters detailing his opposition

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A founding member of Ukip in the 90s, during the 23rd

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was something he thought would never happen.

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With history now in the making, for him, a

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It is a self-governing nation, electing our

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MPs who pass laws over us, governing ourselves in our own courts and

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making our own decisions with the MPs being responsible to the people.

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He grew up with EU Regulations, and 25-year-old fishermen James Roberts

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was an enthusiastic leave campaigner.

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Unhappy about quota management and access to fishing

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What we are hoping is for this to be extended to the 12 mile.

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Fast forward nine months, and he is anxious that Brexit does

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now deliver on things like a 12 mile British

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waters limit and self-management within 200 miles.

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If they don't secure what we have now, if they don't secure what we

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should be managing, you know, the 200 mile limit.

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It has taken this long to get to a point to have this

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chance, I can't see it happening again probably not in my lifetime.

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Cornwall has voted 57% - 43% for leave, despite the decades of EU

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The constituency of Saint Austell in Newquay happy

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highest proportion about voters in the county.

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And it seems immigration control will be a key test of Brexit

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The hospitals are on its knees because of

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So do you think the UK Government is going to

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It is into uncharted waters as the exit

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Well, one of the key issues in Cornwall since the referendum has

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been that EU funding that has been flowing into the county for the past

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couple of decades to boost the economy. What will happen to that

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short-term but also long-term weather that will be replaced or not

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by a Westminster Government is sure to be a key priority for Cornwall,

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as these negotiations go on in the coming months.

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Anna Varle is in Ivybridge in Devon - one of a handful of places

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Anna, Ivybridge has long had an affinity to the EU hasn't it?

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Well, as you said, the South hams is one of the few places that voted to

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remain. Here in Ivybridge, the allegiance goes back 40 years. In

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fact, over there in Victoria Park, the French Maher came and planted

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trees when the town held a week-long celebration when we joined the

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economic community. I have been finding out exactly how people you

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are feeling today. The year we began to

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move closer to Europe. From the cars we drove

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to the shops on the high Here in Ivybridge,

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the bunting was out. How else do you welcome

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in a new era? And our cameras were there

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as Europe rolled into town. As part of the film,

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we featured a family who More than 40 years on,

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we are back at the breakfast table

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with the same couple. Coming out, I am very

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sad to come out. But it isn't the same

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club that we joined. You have got to believe

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that, haven't you? The village as it was then

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were so keen on joining, it was one of the only places

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in the country to hold a week-long Fashions may change,

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but for many, attitudes have They believed in

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Europe and still do. And I think it's very

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sad what has happened. They were so excited

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about joining the common market, they even

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wrote a song about it. But then, as now,

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there was uncertainty. The man who organised those

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celebrations was Mr Condon. I think that it hasn't been

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fully explained to us. They are talking now

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we are going to even lose the Someone suggested she should become

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the Queen of Europe. Well, perhaps this

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might be possible, I And today, there is

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a sense of d j vu. We don't know what it means

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for our personal lives. We don't know what it

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means for our business lives, and you know,

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I think everybody would like some

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clarity, so it is difficult to celebrate when you don't know

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what you might or might not be I am sure we will look back

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and perhaps not in my time but in 20 or 30 years'

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time we will look back and say this is one

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of the greatest things we have

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ever done, surely. Anna Varle reporting there,

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and our Political Editor Martyn Oates has been assessing

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the mood in Westminster. Well, the Prime Minister in a

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statement to the Commons earlier today said that she wanted a deep

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and special relationship with the EU, post-Brexit, and the ability to

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trade as freely as possible with the EU. That is something which will be

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watched closely by businesses and on our part of the world also

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particularly by farmers and fishermen, of course. I am joined

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now by two of our MPs. The ardent Brexit supporter and an equally

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ardent remain campaigner, Ben Bradshaw. I say to both of you, the

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Secretary of State for extremely EU has essentially said that what we

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would like post-Brexit trade wise is really what we have now, something

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as good as what we have got now. Labour is also saying the standard

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you said the Government for this negotiation is to achieve trade why

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something as good as the situation we have got at the moment. That is

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impossible for both of you, isn't it? I don't think it is impossible.

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But I think we are talking about something which works better for UK

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plc, because the talent we have at the moment is that the bureaucracy

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of the regulatory system with fishing. We really do have a

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challenge because we do not have our fair share of access. With Bonnie,

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we have a system which does not really work so we have the ability

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to be the increase productivity and trade. In terms of access to the

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single market, the chief negotiator has been absolutely clear. Britain

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cannot be given as good a deal in trade terms as it has got as a

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member of the EU. What we have to remember is that the EU itself has

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said that in the next ten years, 90% of the training opportunities are

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outside Europe and that is the problem. That was what was holding

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Britain back. So of course we will negotiate with the EU and of course

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it is perfectly possible because it is in their interest actually more

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than hours to get a good deal, so I think no problem, but it will be a

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matter I think of the emotional and the political not upsetting the

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clear economic argument and producing a win- win for both.

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You're absolutely right in your question because David Davis said in

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January that we will have exactly the exact same benefits. Those were

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his words. When we leave the EU as we have now. That is going to be

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difficult to live, not least because of the most things that has happened

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snag is that Theresa May's first demand any talks about the divorce

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and the future relationship running parallel has been outright rejected

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by all the other member states. They are determined that we need to

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settle our liabilities and the issue of EU citizens and British citizens

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and the Northern Ireland border question before there are any talks

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about a future tracheal soap the main plank of negotiating strategy

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has fallen apart. I clearly do not agree with that in the sense that I

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think the Europeans will see sense. Do not enter in negotiation with one

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part of the deal and without the other. When this gets underway, is

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there not a risk that issues that are important like farming and

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fishing that are nationally small issues will not be in the

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foreground. These will be considered. I do not believe that

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will happen. The other thing to point out is that the gravity as we

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have time. We have the two years. But at the end of those two years,

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one other was a threat of going back to WTO, we may well still have zero

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rates because... Agriculture and fishing has faced some of the

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highest tariffs if we fall out of the World Trade Organisation and we

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export the majority of the fishery catch and most of our farming

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exports go to the single market so tariffs will be a disaster for

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exporters but also for consumers because prices will go up. The

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reverse is true because we actually import so much and we are paying

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very high rates on that. 90%. We have to leave it there. Needless to

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say, like everybody here, we will be following this step-by-step over the

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next two years. Thank you very much. Now a brief roundup of other stories

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making the news in the South West. John Earle, a former BBC TV

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presenter and Jackanory storyteller has admitted sexually assaulting

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a boy almost 60years ago. 87-year-old Earle of Upton Pyne

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near Exeter carried out the offences between 1957

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and 1961 when he was He has been told he could face

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prison and must sign The Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust

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says admissions are up ten per cent and it has a hundred patients

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who cannot be discharged as care Its advising people to use

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GPs, minor injury units Derriford Hospital in Plymouth

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says its also busy and is using its social media pages to ask

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people to consider other services if its not

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emergency care they need. Exeter based Flybe has

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been fined ?70,000 3.3 million unwanted emails

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to people who'd opted out They were sent last August

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asking people to update marketing preferences

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and personal information. Flybe has apologised and said it has

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taken action to ensure it Persistent wet weather has delayed

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the start of swailing on Dartmoor. The controlled burning

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of overgrown gorse can only take place between October

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and the end of March. At Haytor its only

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just got underway. Rising costs have forced changes

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to a major Royal British The Devon Festival of Remembrance

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has been held for 25 years but it'll be replaced by a concert

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at a smaller venue in As Hamish Marshall reports,

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the main reasons are reduced ticket sales and the cost of hiring both

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Exeter Cathedral and the Band It is one of the most high-profile

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ways that Devon marks the sacrifices of those who gave their lives in

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combat. But there will be no Royal British Legion Devon Festival of

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Remembrance in 2017. The band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines is a big

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attraction at the festival, but it comes at a cost. ?1800 as the

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Ministry of Defence charges organisations including the British

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Legion for outside appearances. It says that is according to Government

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policy, but it contributed to the festival making a loss. ?1800 is a

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lot of money, especially for remembrance. If it was for a flower

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show or for a county show or something like that, I could

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understand. But not for remembrance. It is really not in line with the

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idea of remembrance. Another big cost is the new ?3000 to hire Exeter

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Cathedral. The cathedral, which has its own well-publicised financial

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issues, told as it works very hard to keep costs for concerts and other

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events held here to a minimum. But staffing and other costs involved in

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keeping the building open beyond its normal opening hours do have to be

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covered. So in November, the smaller venue will host a lower budget

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concerts, focusing on youngsters. The young people of this country or

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the people who are going to continue and we looking forward to a terrific

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concert with a lot of participation of children. And the hope is to

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reinstate the larger scale festival in 2018. To mark the centenary of

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the end of the Great War. The wife of a former

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Plymouth-based Royal Marine convicted of shooting dead a wounded

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Taliban fighter says he has always regretted his actions

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and if he could turn back time Alexander Blackman is to be freed

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after his murder conviction Today his wife Claire

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told our Somerset Correspondent Clinton Rogers they wondered

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if the day would ever come. The whole four and a half year

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journey has been a bit of a rollercoaster and we have

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obviously had some wins along the way but we have had a lot more let

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downs and disappointments and those were the days when we really

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wondered if we would get here. When you spoke to your

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husband after the He is a man of few words

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and I think, to be fair, it took most of the day

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for the decision to really sink in. Obviously, in prison he's had time

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to reflect on that day. He has always wished

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that he could turn the clock back and act differently in that

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situation than he did. He has always regretted

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his actions and he has always held himself

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accountable for them. How hard you think it will be

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to adjust for both of you? I listen to people who advise me

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that there will be a readjustment period and I am sure that is true,

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but I suppose over many other couples we have the advantage

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of readjusting from every tour he's ever been on, albeit this

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is a considerably longer tour than the others,

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but neither of us are We are very much

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looking forward to it. He is coming out largely

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because of what you have I've heard the title

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lioness applied to you. Does this sit comfortably

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on your shoulders? I haven't really had

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a chance to think And people ask me often why and how

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I have done what I have And I don't really

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have a good answer. And somebody needed

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to fight to get the justice that he received yesterday and if

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that has to be me, then so be it. Some sports news now and almost

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a decade after the race, Devon runner Jo Pavey has been

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awarded a World Championship medal. The 43-year-old finished

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the 2007 10,000 metre However she's now set to receive

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the bronze medal after the athlete who finished ahead of her was found

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guilty of a doping offence. More south west success now

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and the Thomas Hardye School who we featured on Friday has

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produced an incredible performance today to win

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the National Schools Vase final. The team were clearly not suffering

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any Twickenham nerves. The under-15 side from Dorchester

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blew their opponents away running in seven first half tries

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to lead 45-0 at the break. The second-half was a more even

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contest and the Thomas Hardye School eventually ran out winners

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by 67 points to seven. In Plymouth, the count down

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to Armed Forces Day began when the flag was presented

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to the city in an unusual way. Former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod,

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who lost three limbs in Afghanistan, accompanied the standard by landing

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craft across the Sound Then, by way of a weapons vehicle

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and zip wire, it was handed This year's event on June 24th

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will include parades, displays and an air show

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and is expected to attract more An 11-year-old boy from Cornwall has

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become the youngest person ever to be chosen to represent

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Great Britain in the Yes, Will Bacchus and his

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best friend Aston are Earlier this month they got

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to the finals of their category at Crufts and in July they'll be

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in Luxembourg as part of Team GB in the European

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Junior Open Championships. Our reporter, Andrea Ormsby's been

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to see them in action. So I'm going to send

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him into the tunnel. Run this way and then

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I'm going to pull him And then I'm going to

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send him through here. five-year-old cocker spaniel Aston

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have been training together for four He will eat whatever

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he can get his paws on and he is just very cuddly, noisy,

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and a lovely friend to have. And they are doing

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very well together. They got through to

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the finals of their category at Crufts and now

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they have been chosen by Team GB, making

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Will When it came through,

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I started welling up, so I feel like pretty proud

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of me and Aston, so yeah... But Aston hasn't always

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given him cause for He used to run out the ring and go

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to burger vans and the worst one was when he ran out of the ring

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and destroyed a cake stall and he So my mum had to go and pay

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for them after we put him He's prepared to take

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on a challenge. A lot of people may have

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given up, but having worked through it, he has actually

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got a very strong bond and a lovely, And it is that bond

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bringing success. He has tried so hard

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to get this far. He never gives up, even when the dog

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was raiding cake stalls and burger He kept on going and

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perseverance has paid off now. In July, Will and Aston

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head to Luxembourg for Can really see the love

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and affection they have. Congratulations to Will and Aston,

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but also a special mention for our reporter Andrea who was also

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the camera operator racing That's our very own North Devon

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reporter Andrea Ormsby - there she is, with her camera

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following the action We should enter her

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into a competition! Give Aston a run for his money.

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Let's see what the weather is like. We saw some very blustery

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conditions. It looks a bit rough. All very

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disappointing today. We are not the only ones who have experienced it.

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Across the region, it has been great and dismal. We that low cloud and

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health and mist and Mark. Our cameraman went to Dartmoor today

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because you can see the low cloud and rain and drizzle as well. Quite

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a brisk wind around as well. Beginners for tomorrow is that we

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lose the moist south-westerly flow that we had today and we start to

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produce a little bit more of a southerly wind. That should help to

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bring some slightly drier, slightly warmer air across us. Hopefully some

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improvement for some others tomorrow and hopefully for many others losing

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scenes like this. Work tomorrow, slightly warmer. There will be some

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rain around. Western fringes are most likely to see rain. For many

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others, a dry day and a brighter day as well. Low pressure is dominating

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in the Atlantic. High pressure sits across France and that is how we

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keep those weather fans at bay. This is today. This is tomorrow. Not a

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lot of change but slightly more of a southerly as opposed to a

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south-westerly. Hopefully a better day on the cards. Into Friday, the

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cold front moves through. Pressure conditions for Friday and we keep

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the pressure conditions into the weekend. The risk of some heavy

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thundery showers on Saturday but with high-pressure developing by

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Sunday it should help to clear off the showers and it should be dry. As

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it has not been out there for today. Spells of rain coming and going,

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heavy bursts in some places. Cloud as well. We continue to see rain on

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and off through the night tonight as well. Some of it could be quite

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lively. The brisk wind continues. Bob around tonight as well. All of

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that keeps it mild, with temperatures staying in double

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figures into tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, it could be down early.

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The good news is that with that southerly wind, the brain wants to

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work its way further westwards all the western fringes will have a

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disappointing day. But in general, for many of us, a dry day and bright

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and also warmer. Medium and high level cloud around at times. A warm

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feeling day. 16-17 C. Except where you keep that rain and the Isles of

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Scilly is likely to be one of those places. A blustery day with that

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rain at times and temperatures here is a good bit lower, I suspect.

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These are the times of high water. And these are the waves for surfers.

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Fairly big. Clean conditions here with that southerly wind coming in.

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For the coastal waters, the wind will be southerly. Some patchy rain

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around at times. A largely dry picture for many of us but we have

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got a moderate to rough seas state and that could increase to very

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rough later on in the day. This is how it is shaping up over the coming

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days. Not too bad overall. For many of us, a decent day for tomorrow.

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The further west you are, you will have those outbreaks of rain. Mostly

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dry on Friday. Just like showers. Temperatures taking a tumble. Heavy

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and thundery showers on Saturday. Some sunshine away from the showers.

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Openly drier and brighter for Sunday. Back to you.

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Will and also dog agility. Good night.

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That's what most of the gentlemen does that get sent down for

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indecent behaviour. Evelyn Waugh's classic novel.

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The fire escape is very dangerous and never to be used,

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MasterChef is back, to find the country's best home chef.

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The MasterChef kitchen is alive once more. Come on, let's go!

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