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Tonight, Cornwall's new unit for young people

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Until now, children have had to travel out of the county

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for a service like this. Campaigners are delighted.

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This is amazing news today. Absolutely delighted. Lots of tears

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of overwhelming joy were shared by the families so this is a very happy

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day for us. Also tonight, a question

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mark over another of Bickleigh Barracks,

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home to 42 Commando, It's the latest in a series

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of defence changes in the region. Evidence of migrants

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working illegally as And three decades after Cornwall

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became the first place to have its own air ambulance, we are

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celebrating the anniversary. Campaigners have welcomed today's

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announcement that Cornwall is to get its own unit for young

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people with mental health problems. The 12-bed building will accommodate

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young people up to the age of 18. It comes after mental health

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increasingly made the headlines, pressure politicians to give it

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great priority. The ongoing battles facing people.

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They are the teenagers who have had to travel to different parts of the

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country for help, in some cases hundreds of miles. I2020, no child

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will be sent away from their local area. Today, signs of change. We are

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announcing today and investment in children and young people's mental

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health. I couldn't believe it when I heard the news. We have been waiting

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so long for this and it will make such a difference. 19-year-old Chloe

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is being treated at a mental health unit in Wales. Her parents have had

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to travel hundreds of miles for every visible stop while it won't

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help them directly, Hamann welcomed the news. It is a wonderful mother

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stayed resident. I think for all those parents who are going through

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what we have been through, they won't have to. The 12 dead unit for

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people aged 18 and under will be built near to bottom in hospital. --

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Bodmin hospital. Everyone is really pleased. The Invictus trust, the

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Council, the Acute Hospital, we have all pushed hard. It is really

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exciting, we are really pleased it will happen. Sadly, it comes to late

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for some. 18-year-old Ben Kopin took his own life at an adult mental

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health unit in December 20 ten. His family set up a trust to campaign

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for a specialist unit for young people in the county. We are

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absolutely delighted. There were tears of joy and overwhelming relief

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for all the family this morning. It has been a long journey and one I am

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hoping that in a couple of years' time, maybe on this site, we will be

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caring for Cornish children in Cornwall, which is the right place.

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The trust says the new unit will cost up to ?5 million which will be

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centrally funded. Building work could start here as early as ring

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next year and the unit could be up and running by summer 2019.

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A defence expert has tonight told this programme

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that the Devon-based Royal Marines are likely to face cuts which could

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The new centre of concern for the Royal Marines is said to be

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at Bickleigh near Plymouth, where 42 Commando could have

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Change is afoot at other Royal Marine bases in the region -

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Plymouth's Stonehouse Barracks is the historic home

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of 3 Commando Brigade, and due to be sold off as a result

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The Royal Marine Barracks Chivenor, and Norton Manor Camp near Taunton

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But it's to Bickleigh Barracks that we go now, and our

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Yes, this latest concern emerged in today's Times which said the Armed

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Forces are in line for more budget cuts. It said at the front of those

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cuts, it will be felt by the Royal Marines. It said that the base that

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will likely to face the most significant changes is this a place,

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home to 42 commando which the Times says is likely to seize being a

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front line operational base and will likely become a support base. In the

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process, losing maybe 200 of its Royal Marines personnel. A lot of

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this hardware is paid for in US dollars. My answer to that is you

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cannot penalised the Armed Forces, you cannot penalised offence that.

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You have to pay more into defence to ensure that that shortfall is met.

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What the Defence Secretary was interviewed about, he was given

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ample opportunity to deny this story and he chose not to. It is

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noticeable that you are not saying the size of the Royal Marines will

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not be cut. What I am saying to you is we have 7000 Royal Marines and it

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is for the person who runs the royal navy to look at the balance of

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Marines and sailors and I have not agreed any cutting in the size of

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the Royal Marines. So, how serious is this? Do we think this has major

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implications? We put that question to a Plymouth -based defence expert.

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For years, we have had the story, Christmas comes once a year and so

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does this story that they will take a hit. Possibly, this is it and they

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will take a hit and it has low logic and it will damage the UK's defences

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but this could be it. So, this has become a more or less continual area

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of change for the Armed Forces and the only thing we can say today with

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any certainty is that that change appears not to be over yet.

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A BBC South West investigation has found evidence of migrants

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working illegally as carers in Cornwall nursing homes.

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Tonight's Inside Out programme reveals how

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they were taken on in an alleged self employment sham.

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The homes, then owned by the Morleigh Group,

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were criticised last year for neglect of elderly residents.

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The new owners say some of the carers they inherited

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from Morleigh "did not possess the rights to work" in the UK.

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This is one of the migrants at the centre of our investigation. Living

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in St Austell, now out of work, and I'm willing to talk. Would you mind

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having a quick chat with me? No. 350 miles away in Suffolk, this is the

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boss of an agency which help bring in that work and many others. A

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solicitor will be in church with you soon. We had questions about the

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workers he supplied to the Morley group of care homes in South East

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Cornwall. The homes were last year exposed by BBC investigation into

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the shocking neglect of residence. This woman tells us she was so

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worried about how her husband Tony was being looked after, she used to

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sleep on the floor of his room. Amongst her concerns was the polar

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English at some of the migrant carers. One nurse actually came into

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the country in the morning, she had got virtually no English, and she

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was put on medication is the same night. The fact that they couldn't

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speak English fighting an awful lot of the residents, including my

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husband, because he had trouble making people understand him at the

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best of times. I feel really sorry for the residents there. Even if

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they could speak and expressed themselves to us, we couldn't

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understand them. And worked for Morley for ten months. Special

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immigration rules mean Croatians like how could only work as

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self-employed but for Anna, it felt anything but. You can choose when

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you would work or not. They expect me to always be by the phone. It

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wasn't nice, it was really stressful. Stressful and confusing.

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As long as I was in England, I didn't pay any taxes. How do you

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good about that? Not good, really. This expert says the arrangement has

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all the hallmarks of a sham, the sort that can profit employers. They

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are saving on tax and National Insurance, they are saving on

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holiday pay, sick pay, maternity pay, training. So, there is huge

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financial incentives for the employer. The recruitment says the

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self-employed arrangements at Morley were fully complied with immigration

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and employment law. Morley owner put Tisha to live denies any wrong

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doing. We tried to talk to her. It is ringing. Hello, could I speak to

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Patricia, please? But we can get an interview. The new owners of the

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homes have now terminated the migrant contracts. One local MP is

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calling for the regulator to have greater powers to investigate the

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care sector. And you can see more on this story

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on tonight's Inside Out Plymouth will become the first city

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in the South West to charge blue badge holders for using council

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run car parks. The new rules, which will be

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introduced tomorrow, are already the norm in parts

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of the region, except in Cornwall But as Anna Varle now reports,

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disability groups in Plymouth claim the city council has rushed

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through the changes putting New lines, new signs, new prices. It

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is all change in the Council car parks but for those with a blue

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badge, it is a worrying one to navigate. From the 1st of April,

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anyone with a blue badge will have to buy a ?40 permit to park in most

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of the city's car parks, or they will have to pay. Disability groups

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say these are rushed in changes, putting safety at risk. There is no

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safe walking area. To get to the meter, cars, RAM that corner, they

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don't come slowly. Buying a ticket poses a different set of problems.

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This floor is slippery, I need to be on crutches, I don't need to be

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trying to balance free of them. These two fingers have no feeling in

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them so holding money is very difficult for me. I have to hold it,

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take it out of my pocket, hold it, and push it where ever I have to put

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it in this machine. I wouldn't look forward to it at all. The leader of

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the City Council says charges will be waived if the meters on deemed

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inaccessible. If somebody cannot access the meter, then clearly it is

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highly inappropriate for us to seek to charge them and we will be taking

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a flexible response if we need cases of that sort. But you will have to

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appeal the parking ticket first. The council says a full doublet

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consultation has taken place and it has been making people aware of the

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changes that are coming into force by putting up signs on meters. So

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far this morning, I haven't seen any of the signs. I have spoken to for

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disabled people coming in. None of those people had seen that notice.

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So, I informed them, and what had been done. Extra staff will be on

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hand to help motorists over the coming weeks but that does little to

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reassure those most affected by the changes.

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We're taking to the skies in a moment to mark

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the 30th anniversary of the Cornwall air ambulance.

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And if you thought the big race at Chilton was two weeks ago. Find out

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why when we hear from this intrepid 11-year-old later in the programme.

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-- race at Cheltenham. 30 years ago this

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weekend, Cornwall's air ambulance took to the skies

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for the very first time. The charity has just announced plans

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to fundraise for a new, The air ambulance is

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called out to around 700 David George reports

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from on board Heli-Med Zero One. The callsign has always been

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Heli-Med Zero One because it was the first air ambulance in Britain.

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Today, the charity which runs it has two aircraft. They are paid for

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through charity donations. They cost around ?5 million a year. Priceless,

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if you are the mum of the theory year old who is unconscious. --

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three-year-old. We live far so to be able to get into the referred, it is

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four minutes by air ambulance. It makes all the difference. Today,

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there are 20 air Ambulance Services in Britain but Cornwall led the way.

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Cornwall's was known as the first air ambulance. The service started

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on April one, 1987, the first ever all out was to west Cornwall. A

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young lady had jumped off rocks, spinal injury, and from far West

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Cornwall, the ambulance was able to deliver her to City Hospital. As we

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landed, she said this is a marvellous service, how long have

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you been going? And my colleague looked at his watch and said since

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about eight 30 AM this morning. Heli-Med Zero One have carried out

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many missions, saving lives and ringing help to people in

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inaccessible places. A car stopped in the road in front of me and

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without any warning hit me, ran over me, literally. The next thing I

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know, I'm being airlifted. The guys did a ruined, good job. If it wasn't

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there, I wouldn't be here. They literally saved my life. This

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vehicle can bring a great deal of speed, critical care, get the

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patient to hospital rapidly, and the joy is being able to bring relief to

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someone in a stressful as duration and help them out. The focus is to

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replace this aircraft with new ones that are bigger, faster, and can

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operate at night. A marvellous sight.

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I can't believe it is 30 years of it was so special.

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To the sport now and England's men may have missed out

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on a Six Nations Grand Slam but the women didn't disappoint.

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with a 70% increase in playing numbers in the last three years.

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While the adult game seems to be thriving,

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the girls' game is still having a few teething

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problems, as Andy Birkett found out when he went along

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to joint training session involving three teams.

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Since England's women's team won the World Cup in 24 team, there has been

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a spike in the number of women and girls playing rugby. There is still

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a way to go. Plenty of teams want to set up but not enough players to go

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around. You end up with this, three teams training together. Numbers

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have grown but they still know when near where we need them. My daughter

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was in a team with another team 80 miles apart. These three tie --

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teams don't have a full side so it is a pop-up battle all the time and

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girls rugby. It is a battle be rescue is determined to win. Across

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the country, there are 300 clubs with women's teams. The aim is to

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double the players. Role models always help and this former player

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is a great example of how quickly you can progress. The main thing

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that got me into it was the environment that comes with it, the

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spirit of the game, everything at each shoe on and off the pitch plays

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a huge role in not only how you play as a player but also lifestyle,

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health and well-being. Now 18, she has recently moved into senior rugby

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and she is already a star. All this after just taking up the sport years

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ago. A special moment, not only wearing the shirt for the first

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time. Any time you get to put it on, it is a very proud moment. It can

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happen to anyone, not just myself. If you are still not convinced it is

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for you. Various position for every goal of every shape, size in rugby.

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From the men's rugby to the men's game and Plymouth Albion will be

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heading north this weekend to take on Macclesfield. A win there will go

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somewhere to cementing their place as runners-up. For the rest, cup

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rugby. Jersey are still fighting in the British and I are cups. Their

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reward is a trip to London Irish on Sunday and in the last four. Back to

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league is this for our footballers. Plymouth Argyle and promoted just

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yet but they are almost there. The manager is getting too carried away.

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We are trying to push on now and trying to get to win the title, if

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we possibly can. We are three points behind Doncaster. 13 points ahead of

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fourth position but we still have a lot of work to do. We have a team on

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Saturday that are coming and are brimming in confidence and we will

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have to be in good form. The play-off places are still wide open

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with Exeter occupying the last of the spots after a comeback against

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Yeovil. The brothers can beat Carlisle, the side below them, but

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they have to beat Mansfield, another side with their eye on promotion. It

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is exciting. Take you back to the end of November when we were bottom

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of the league, this is a pretty good situation and we can decide or

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choose to be stressed and anxious about this or we can enjoy it and

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march into it and make the most of it and I think we will do the

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latter. Best of luck to Cornwall's under 18 footballers who are taking

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part in the cup final this weekend. They have had to battle through four

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rounds to get there. They have been entering this condition since 1944

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so you might be surprised to hear it is the first time they have reached

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the final. That all sex await in Barnet. -- Middlesex await in

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Barnet. A good omen. Staying on the sporty theme.

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And congratulations to 13-year-old Siam Juntakeret from Bodmin

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who finished his cycle across Australia today.

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He did the three thousand mile trip in 28 days -

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smashing the previous record of 44 days.

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He's now in Freemantle having started in Sydney

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He's due back in Cornwall next week when we hope to catch up with him.

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He really did smashed the record. 28 days, compared to 44. He has done

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really well but he is tired now. He is having a sleep so hope Lee we

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will get to see him next week. An 11-year-old Devon schoolboy

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is just moments away from completing a unique challenge which has so far

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raised ?8,000 for charity. James Clarkson has spent all week

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running around every National Hunt It's about 50 miles

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in distance on challenging ground. Today, he took on the World famous

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Cheltenham Gold Cup course In racing, it is all about being one

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of these. And nowhere more so than here at Cheltenham, the home of

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jumping. And they are off. Supporters and family join James

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Clarkson in this special leg of his charity challenge. The 11-year-old

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tramp up the idea to raise money for the injured jockeys fund. More than

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half way around, Cheltenham hill is still to come. It is Cheltenham so

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the excitement is fuelling my legs. This whole challenge started on

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Monday at Lingfield and while James has done the running, his dad has

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been clocking up the miles driving. By tonight, it will be 34 courses

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covered. Range free was the highlight. -- Aintree. Once the

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finish line has been passed at Newton Abbey. It is the closing

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stages of the near two mile trip and James is hanging in there. One more

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push and he is over the line. It will be pretty cool when 60,000

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people are screaming at you but yes, it is quite tough as well. A couple

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of hours later and it is his home track of Taunton. This morning, he

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got legendary -- messages from the legendary AP McCoy. I have enjoyed

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it but I haven't enjoyed getting up at 6:15am every morning. I will look

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forward to a lion. His own idea, and for a good cause. No doubt, he will

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be off to the winners enclosure. Great stuff. I didn't see Hamish

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doing any running. I was wondering if he went over the fences at

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Aintree. James has one more race to run at Newton Abbey this evening and

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we will let you know how he got on in our late news. He looked very

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confident. Let's find out what the going will be like? A nice evening?

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Not really but a bit of rain will not stop him. April showers, really,

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is what we are going to see which this weekend but only for Saturday

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because come Sunday, high pressure comes in, settles down and brings

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the Sunshine backed out. Chilly and I time, fine on Sunday. Sunday is

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the better day of the two days. At the moment, we have cloud close by

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which will give outbreaks of rain this evening. This speckled cloud of

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the West of Ireland, that is tomorrow's weather, a load of

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showers tucked in there. All this blue sky out here, that is Sunday's

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weather coming in. Not for tomorrow, though, it won't arrive until

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tomorrow night. For tomorrow, we've got showers. The risk of head and

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thunder, and then a ridge of high pressure coming in. Settling things

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down quite nicely on Sunday. A big chilly at night but it should be

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fine jewel in the daytime and high pressure stays reasonably close by

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for Monday, too. This weather front approaches from the West but that

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will be overnight feature. Here is the pick just from earlier today. --

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picture from earlier today. Rain for much of the day across Cornwall.

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Brighter weather further east. Let's take you down to Newlyn where there

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was rather level skies tonight -- today, and the showers have been

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coming and going throughout the day today and the breeze has picked up,

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it has been a southerly wind today. Quite strong and times. Now,

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outbreaks of more persistent rain arriving. Hopefully, some karma

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seems spot our fishermen arriving. The forecast for tonight is to take

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this area of rain and push it right across the south-west of England, it

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will take time as it moves through. All of us seeing some rain, some of

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it moderate. By the morning, it will have cleared out of the way. We are

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left with a scattering of showers, some capable of producing the order

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down pouring of rain. For tomorrow, there will be some sunshine. The bad

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news is every now and then, there will be a sharp downpour of rain.

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The most favourable location to keep the sunshine for much of the day

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will be around them coast, particularly the North, and here we

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could and with every nice day. Not particularly warm, brisk breeze,

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temperatures up to 13 or 14 degrees but there is a chill in the wind. As

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all that skies clear tomorrow night, it will be cold. This is the

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forecast for the Isles of Scilly. Times of high water, there they are.

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For our surface, the cleaner surf will be along the south coast. The

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coastal waters forecast, a few showers around but generally good

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visibility. The good news is we will have a lovely day on Sunday, some

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patchy rain on Monday night into Tuesday but for those on their

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Easter holidays next week looks all right. Have an iced we can.

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Hamish 's most annoyed because he did do some of the running. He says

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he ran at Cheltenham and at Taunton so I take it all back. Well done,

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Hamish! Have a good weekend. Goodbye. Giddy-up, Hamish!

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For full sets and more from the weekend,

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I expect you'll want to become a schoolmaster?

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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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Have you ever been in love, Mr Pennyfeather? No, not yet.

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

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And also just awesome. That's what you want to eat.

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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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That's one of the hardest things I've ever had to do in my life.

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And also just awesome. That's what you want to eat.

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