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In the south-west tonight - the speeding on Dartmoor,

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which has been described as horrific.

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They go down here hell for leather and it is a complete cross-section

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of people, lots of old sports cars of people, lots of old sports cars

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and motorbikes anything but they do drive incredibly fast.

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Some drivers have been clocked at more than twice the limit.

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Also tonight - the grass is greener together.

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The thinking behind the electoral pact to try to defeat

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We'll take a look at the region's most marginal seats.

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A court hear claims this woman's body was dumped

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in a suitcase near rail tracks - her ex partner denies murder.

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And made for movies - the Valley of Rocks film set

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bringing a boost to business in North Devon.

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Speeds driven by some motorists on Dartmoor have been described

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as horrific, with some stretches of road becoming racetracks.

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An electronic warning sign, which also records speeds,

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reveals that a quarter of motorists were exceeding

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It showed drivers travelling at 80, 90 and 100mph.

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The highest speed clocked was 117mph.

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The Dartmoor National Park says the findings are frightening warning

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The Dartmoor National Park says the findings are frightening,

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warning that livestock are often roaming

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In a moment, we'll hear from the Dartmoor Livestock

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First, this report from Kirk England.

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Somewhere to enjoy a slower pace of life, but not everyone visiting

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Dartmoor is taking things quite so easily.

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The sort of driving we see down here, particularly down

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the straight past the pub, is like a racetrack.

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And it's a complete cross-section of people.

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Lots of old sports cars, motorbikes, everything.

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But they do drive down there incredibly fast.

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This new speed warning sign measures how fast people are driving.

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The highest we've had so far, in the last six weeks, is 117mph.

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To think that people are driving at those sorts of speeds

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across Dartmoor on unfinished roads, where we've got ponies,

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sheep and cattle wandering across the road, is quite horrific.

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The data shows that a quarter of drivers

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around Dartmoor are breaking the 40 mph speed limit.

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These visitors couldn't believe some of the high speeds

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Well, I think it's really irresponsible and why

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would you want to drive at that speed when you're in

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Surely the whole reason for being here is to see the view?

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Why would you want to go at those speeds?

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It's not known whether the person recorded driving at 117mph

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The National Park says police patrols are being stepped up.

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Well, this is one of the roads on Dartmoor where people have been

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clocked going at speeds which would be against the law even on a

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motorway. It's a particularly long, straight section of road between

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post-bridge and Morten Hampstead. The speed sign is up there and will

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flashes when people are going too fast, one of several put in place by

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Dartmoor Livestock Preservation Society and parlour is from the

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organisation. 170 mph, what do you think about that? It is madness, I

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am shocked people are driving at these speeds when animals are

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grazing at the side of the road. We have seen on the drive over, lambs

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right across the roadway. Absolutely, I came up the hill and

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lambs were skipping on the road and unless motorists slow down, they

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will be knocked over. What are the implications for livestock with

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people driving at these speeds? Bashir, we had a animals killed, we

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are up to 25 last year. They will be obliterated, won't they? Unless you

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are witness to an RTA involving livestock you don't understand the

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injuries they suffered. I am often called out in the night and deal

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with an injured animal or have to put an animal down. Do you think the

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message on speed is getting across the people on Dartmoor? I think we

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need to keep on with the public education, awareness, publicity but

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overall, it is really simple. When entering Dartmoor, please slow down.

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Thank you. These signs only hold data on speed, not on registrations

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or driver, so people will not be prosecuted but we are told the

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police are increasing patrols here on Dartmoor.

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The body of a missing Bulgarian woman was found dumped in a suitcase

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near the railway line in Exeter, a jury has heard.

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Gergana Prodanova had only been in the UK for eight months,

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when she was allegedly murdered by her violent former partner

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Scott Bingham reports from Exeter Crown Court.

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Gergana Prodanova was reported missing by colleagues

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at the Great Western Hotel in Exeter on the 8th of August last year.

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Police conducted searches and door-to-door enquiries

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in the Mount Pleasant Road area of the city, where the couple

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The body was discovered in a suitcase dumped

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The jury were told that Gergana was killed by her former partner

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and the father of their three children, 43-year-old

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Kostadin Kostov, who had followed her to the UK

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Prosecuting, Simon Laws QC said the defendant's motive

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It was, he said, old-fashioned jealousy.

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The court heard Gergana was in a new relationship,

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but still shared a flat with Kostadin Kostov.

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The jury was shown images from CCTV footage of Gergana making her way

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back to the flat at 8:16pm on the 4th of August,

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And of Kostadin Kostov heading back to the flat two hours earlier.

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After she went to that flat, the flat with just him in it,

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said Mr Laws, Gergana Prodanova was never seen alive again.

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Kostadin Kostov claimed Gergana had flown back to Bulgaria

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after receiving a phone call saying her mother had died.

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Gergana had no reason to disappear, said Mr Laws.

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She disappeared because she had been murdered.

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Kostadin Kostov denies murder, the case continues.

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A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson

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It follows a fire at a house in Boslowick Road in

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Police in Somerset are warning that drug dealers from big cities

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are targeting vulnerable people in rural areas to set up

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The force says it dealt with around 20 cases in and around

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Weston-super-Mare and Yeovil last year alone.

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Police in Dorset are appealing for information after a Roman

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sarcophagus was vandalised in Poundbury.

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The artefact was damaged sometime between 11 o'clock on Saturday

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night and the early hours of Sunday morning.

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The lid has been removed and is damaged beyond repair.

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The Green Party is proposing electoral pacts with other parties

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in order to defeat south-west Conservative MPs in

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The Greens have offered not to put forward a candidate in the region's

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most marginal seat - Plymouth Sutton and Devonport -

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to help the Labour challenger to Conservative incumbent Oliver

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It's offering the same arrangement to Anne-Marie Morris'

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Liberal Democrat challenger in Newton Abbot.

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And there's speculation the move could be offered in St Ives -

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another Conservative/Lib Dem contest.

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Here's our Political Editor Martyn Oates.

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And I hereby declare that Oliver Colvile is duly elected

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to serve as the member of Parliament for the said constituency.

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The 2015 general election result in Plymouth Sutton and Devonport

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handed defending Conservative MP Oliver Colvile a second victory,

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but by just 523 votes, with Labour snapping at his heels.

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This time, the Green Party is offering not to contest the seat,

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hoping that will make it easier for Labour to unseat Mr Colvile.

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I think the whole of the Green party is looking at it and in Cornwall,

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as well as across the rest of the south-west, there

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is an interest in how we can work together to make sure

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that the Conservatives are not the dominant party

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A similar deal is being offered to the Liberal Democrat candidate

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opposing Tory Anne-Marie Morris in Newton Abbott.

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opposing Tory Anne-Marie Morris in Newton Abbot.

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The ideal seat for such an arrangement could be St Ives.

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The Liberal Democrat Andrew George would have held the seat last time

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if he'd received all the Green votes as well.

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Unsurprisingly, perhaps, he's keen on the idea this time.

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I think that people understand that you have the vote intelligently,

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you have to kind of compromise and have to consider how you can

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use your vote most effectively and across much of Cornwall,

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and indeed across the south-west as well, the Liberal Democrats

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are in a very strong second position to incumbent Conservatives.

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But help could also be at hand for the Tories -

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in Cornwall, at least, where it looks as if Ukip

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might not oppose three Brexit-backing Conservative MPs.

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If we were to stand in Camborne, Redruth Hale, like where I stood,

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and took 6,000 votes, I would not like to think

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that we would let a federalist in instead of George Eustice.

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One thing the Greens and Ukip have in common is campaigning for a more

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With no obvious prospect of that being delivered,

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it looks as if they are finding creative ways to deal

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with the system they feel they are lumbered with at the moment.

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And Martyn Oates is with me now. We are very early in the election

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campaign and this is already an interesting development. Yes, there

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has been talk of this so-called progressive Alliance, some of all

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elements, the Greens, Labour Party and Lib Dems deciding they have much

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more in common than they do with the Tories and having some sort of

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combination to oust Tories. We saw this in action in the recent

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Richmond Park by-election in London, where the Greens didn't stand a

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candidate and the Lib Dems went on to win. I talked to the green leader

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Caroline Lucas, she said that this will apply to a handful of seats but

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listening to Doctor Greene, the South Devon party chairman there, he

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is implying we could hear more announcements locally and I think

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the striking thing, as you say, we are only a couple of days into the

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campaign. Just a quick off the mark they are in targeting the specific

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seats and getting on with it. What you think the likelihood is that

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deals will be struck? Clearly what the Green Party would like is an

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equivalent exchange, so for instance, in Devon, that would be

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Labour not standing a candidate in Totnes, a constituency where the

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Greens have quite a groundswell of support. Now, it seems clear,

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though, that up to a point that doesn't matter. In other words, the

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candidates, I think, anyway, whether candidates, I think, anyway, whether

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or not they get something back from the other parties. Labour have said

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they are not interested in something formal, Joe Micawber in saying

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Jeremy Corbyn saying that but Jeremy Corbyn saying that but

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although income, they have said there are informal talks. The

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pivotal says the are not standing -- pivotal says the are not standing --

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in topless, they say it And Martyn will be here with more

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reaction and analysis on this and all the election news so far

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on the Sunday Politics this weekend, at the later time

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of 3:15pm on BBC One. Still to come in

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tonight's programme: An education in construction -

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the competition providing lessons And these were the conditions

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on the River Dart today. How long will the dry

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weather continue? To walk for the very first time

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after being in a wheelchair for six years is a dream come true

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in itself, but to complete a marathon - well, it's

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almost unbelievable. But for Spencer Watts,

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a Devon motocross rider who was paralysed in an accident six

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years ago, that's the plan. He's hoping to complete next year's

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London Marathon and, as he explained to Janine Jansen,

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it's all thanks to a new Spencer Watts was paralysed

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from the waist down in a motocross When I had my accident,

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surgeons were telling me you will never ride again and I just

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wanted to prove them all wrong. His solution was to tuck his legs

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behind special bars It was nerve-racking at first,

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but the most important thing with motocross is you have

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to put your leg out Obviously, I'm not able to do that,

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so that was a real big thing to take on and not knowing how I would be

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able to react to that, and just rely on my upper body,

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it really was hard. Recently, he was demonstrating these

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robotic legs at a charity evening. Suddenly, the auctioneer started

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getting people to bid for Spencer. I was lost for words,

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I was all evening. Never for one minute did I think

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that that sort of money would be Spencer says the first time

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he walked was incredible. It was really strange and it felt

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like I was going to fall over. It is like my whole body is floating

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in the air because obviously It is a real strange

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feeling but each time, You've got a watch, and you tell

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the watch what you want to cause you simply tell the watch

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if you want to stand To be up at that height again

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and walking alongside my children, it's great to be able to walk

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to the park with them. Really strange, just a climb down

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stairs again is amazing. Nothing seems to stop

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this young man. Since his accident, he's got married

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and had two children and now that he can walk

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at three miles per hour, Well, he wants to complete next

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year's London Marathon. Good luck to Spencer

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and in Spotlight tomorrow, we'll be hearing from some

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of the south-west runners taking part in this year's London Marathon

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taking place on Sunday. Some sports news and four

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Exeter Chiefs players have been named in the England squad

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which will tour Argentina this year. It's a first call up for 20-year-old

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scrum half Jack Maunder Jack only made his Chiefs

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debut this season. They're among 15 uncapped players

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who've been selected. They join Henry Slade

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and Luke Cowan Dickie and will head Some pictures proving very popular

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on the spotlight Facebook page, baby giraffe has been born at Paignton

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zoo. The new arrival came into the world yesterday morning and staff

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don't know if it is a boy or a girl. The giraffe house is likely to be

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closed for a few days but visitors may just be able to see the baby

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this weekend. You can see why those pictures are

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proving popular. We're often hearing about the need

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to build more houses, but will there be enough

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construction workers Well, efforts are underway to find

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the next generation of builders and, today, some of the region's most

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talented trainees went head to head in a bid to reach the national

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finals of a competition. They were joined by hundreds

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of school children who also got to have a go at some of the skills

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needed in the building trade, Spotlight's John Danks reports from

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South Devon College in Paignton. Year five pupils from Roseland's

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primary school in Paignton get On hand to help are tradesmen

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Chris and Julian from At that age, they might take

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a liking to it and start pursuing it, so we think it is a very good

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idea to get them going that young, And if they are very unlucky,

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they might get to work When you are trying to scrape it in,

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it gets stuck to the side of the wall and you have to get it in the

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centre. You think might be interested in construction? Maybe.

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But the real focus is the regional heat of the Skillbuild competition.

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Around 100 construction trainees from colleges across the south-west

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are competing for a place in the national finals.

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Win or lose, if you can get it on the CV, it is fantastic and just

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taking part is quite fun as well, so it's very good.

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Looking at the joints, the craftsmanship, the way

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they work, if they are working in a safe manner, so we cover

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Six traits were being contested and for the trainees, the chance to

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build the foundations for a successful career.

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It's a massive kick start of their careers, so from here,

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they can go on to the regional final and the national final,

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which will be held later in the year in Birmingham.

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If that goes well, there will be Euro skills and then World skills,

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which will be in Russia and the winner of that comes back

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to the UK and has a fabulous future ahead of them.

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When it comes to plastering, it looks like these kids have it

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covered. The south-west has provided

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incredible backdrops to film over the years,

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and there's about to be another. This latest production coming out

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later this year could provide a big It's a psychological thriller called

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Winter Ridge and it's being shot entirely on location around

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Lynton and Lynmouth. Spotlight's North Devon reporter,

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Andrea Ormsby, has been on set. Tense and emotional,

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two of the main characters in a scene near the end

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of the movie, but the location, can't help being the star

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of the show. What an incredible location

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Valley of the Rocks is. Just has that kind of cinematic look

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that you get in North America, It doesn't really feel

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like it is a really small town, it has that grander scale to it,

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so as soon as we came I knew it was where it had

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to culminate and end. They scoured all over the UK, Wales,

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Norfolk, the Peak District, all rejected the minute they set

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eyes on Lynton and Lynemouth. And it was the perfect

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location for us to do a film like a psychological thriller

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in this area, it is quite ominous, it is quite dark, gritty at night

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and shiny in the day, so it has got nice

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contrasting landscape. Adjust your radio mic and then

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we will be able to shoot! The movie centres around Matt's

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character Ryan Barnes, He is joined by Game of Thrones

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star Hannah Waddingham. The thing that always strikes me

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about Game of Thrones is the crew are so gung-ho and have such passion

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for it and these guys do. From the writers on this,

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to the directors, if you do a low-budget film and the script

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is good enough, you all join and have the same passion,

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so it is not ready that dissimilar, and have the same passion,

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so it is not really that dissimilar, except we are just trying to do it

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on a tighter budget. Keep rolling, guys,

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keep quiet, everyone. Having the film set here

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is a real coup the locals. Having the film set here

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is a real coup for locals. The whole community is,

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because everybody's been involved. Everybody I speak to are either

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an extra or their property is being used in some way

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or their garden, or their view. And it's just created quite a buzz

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and a film like this, I mean, it really could mean the most

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wonderful bookings coming in for our bed and breakfast hotels

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and our restaurants. And not only are locals playing

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extras, one is officially listed I seem to have found myself

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as acting location manager. I don't know why, but I guess

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that'll teach me to pick up I mean, he rang me and asked

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if I could think of some locations that the film company had asked

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for and I came up with some answers and the next thing I know,

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I'm included in the crew. Work experience is also on offer

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for local youngsters. I've been on set watch, which is

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looking at the equipment outside. I've been helping with the actors

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and seeing that they are OK in between the takes and I've been

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helping with backgrounds Filming has just started

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and the crew will be here With a worldwide release later this

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year, everyone here is hoping Well, from beautiful scenes in North

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Devon to another one now. No better way, David.

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I will clear off, look! That nose.

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Sorry to spoil it. Good evening. Yes, you have been taking smashing

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pictures again. The last few days, some of the photographs we have been

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receiving have been brilliant, this is one of our weather watchers.

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Rather more cloud in Somerset, Kingsbury Episcopi whether cloud is

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pretty extensive and produced a spot of drizzle in the afternoon but no

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visible rain and Bluebell starting to come out in Dorset, fantastic

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pictures. Tomorrow is very similar, lots of cloud around at times but

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also some sunshine and still fine and dry. The setup hasn't changed

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very much, we still have high pressure in charge. Some subtle

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changes in the amount of cloud, there are weather friends travelling

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down from the north over the next two or three days. They will change

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think somewhat. Not tomorrow, that is very similar to today, variable

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cloud at times and then some sunshine and then a front comes

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towards us on Saturday, that will keep a lot of cloud for the rest of

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the day but still dry and by Sunday, that will have moved away so Sunday

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is also Brighton dry but this weather system coming in on Monday

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and into Tuesday, quite a bit change associated with that. Not only a

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drop in the temperatures but finally, some appreciable rain. This

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evening is a fine evening, the cloud patchy in nature. This was earlier

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today in Dartmouth, where our cameraman Jeff took the slow journey

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across the river. Some lovely weather here, it has been more

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cloudy today that the South coast but the Sun has come back out and it

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has been pleasantly dry and mild today, with temperatures even a bit

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higher than we have seen today for tomorrow, so tomorrow similar with

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patchy cloud around, enough clear skies overnight to allow

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temperatures back into single figures, so not as cold as it has

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been but certainly low enough, six or 7 degrees the minimum

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temperature. For tomorrow, another very similar day, patchy cloud

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coming and going, largely dry, some decent spells of sunshine and

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temperatures climbing up a little bit higher than they have been

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recently, up to 15, possibly even 16 degrees, 61 in Fahrenheit. For the

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Isles of Scilly, a quiet day, gentle winds and a fine and dry spells of

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sunshine. The times of high water... And for those surfing, it has been

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disappointing this week, the ways haven't been very big but they do

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pick up as we head for the weekend and into the early part of next

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week. The coastal waters forecast, variable winds, no more than a force

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two or three, fair with good visibility and slight seas. This is

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the forecast as we head through the weekend and into next week. Nothing

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too tricky at the moment. Monday, the winds pick up a little bit and

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some point through the day, some light spots of rain out of a weather

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front coming in from the north. What will show you tomorrow is choose a's

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forecast and it will be a bit of a shock because there will be some

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rain on the forecast. Have a good evening. We had to have

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some rain eventually, I suppose, didn't we? That is all from us

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tonight, thank you for joining us. Our late users at 10:30pm and we are

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back again at 6:30am tomorrow. Good night.

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