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Hello. so it's goodbye from me -

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On Spotlight tonight: the political party which has pulled

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Mebyon Kernow, which campaigns for Cornish independence,

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has announced it won't be fielding any candidates.

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When we are told when the election will be and it is suddenly moved

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forward three years with hardly any notice and we are fighting local

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contests it just makes it a nonsense of democracy from local cashback for

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smaller parties. Also tonight, a man admits drink

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driving when he smashed into a teenager at about 60

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miles an hour. Ruby Tuesday Hobbs was seriously

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injured when she was hit The multi million pound flood

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defences which have been criticised And going under the hammer -

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the scores of tractors that lay A clearer picture is emerging

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tonight of which parties will be fielding candidates

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in the South West for Nominations closed just over an hour

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ago, but one party won't be Yes, the Cornish political party

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Mebyon Kernow is out of the race already after deciding not to stand

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in any of the seats in Cornwall The party campaigns

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for a Cornish Assembly, but says the short notice

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of the campaign and exhaustion after the local elections means it

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won't putting up any Our political reporter

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Tamsin Melville has been talking Approaching 70 years in business,

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back in its early days as a pressure group signing up to Mebyon Kernow

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was apparently seen as the thing to do, attracting means like Daphne du

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Maurier. But for -- but any electoral success has only been a

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local council level. Since 1970s the party for Cornwall has been fielding

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parties for Westminster seats. Not this time, a decision based on the

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snap election, exhaustion and lack of cash. It is extremely

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frustrating, we want to put our message out there for the people of

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Cornwall but do it in our fairway and when we are told when the

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election will be and it is suddenly moved forward three years with no

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notice, it makes a nonsense of democracy for smaller parties. This

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is the heart of Cornwall 's Clay country where Mebyon Kernow won the

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popular vote at the local elections and returned to that of its

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forecourt rush -- Cornwall councillors, but at the general

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election it has been a far more gloomy picture. It fielded a full

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slate of six candidates had lost all of its deposits. In 2015 it only

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garnered 6000 votes. What is the point in standing in the general

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election anyway? Just because people don't vote for as general elections

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does not mean they do not like what we stand for, but this time it just

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wasn't practical for us to put forward a really strong campaign in

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such a short period. It is not just Mebyon Kernow stepping away, here in

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Cornwall UK buyer only fielding one candidate and that is intro in

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Falmouth where there was a remain Conservative MP and the Greens are

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only fielding in some places, and not in St Ives when it is the most

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marginal seat in the battle between the Conservatives and Lib Dems. What

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do voters think about having less choice at the ballot box? It is good

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to have a strong opposition and the only way to get the strong

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opposition as if it is one of the major parties and I don't think that

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the major parties should lose votes to the very small parties. There are

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a lot of important issues at stake, so it is better just to have the

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main parties standing. Especially going through Brexit. It is a pity

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that some people had fought for the people they would like to vote for.

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Mebyon Kernow's leader said it is not the end of the party contesting

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seats in general elections and the aim is to keep the other parties on

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their toes in the meantime. Our political editor is with me now.

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And much of a surprise visit to see Mebyon Kernow bowing out? It is a

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surprise and it will be unusual not having them play some role in the

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election. Tamsin pointed out that in the last two elections pasted a full

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slate of candidates, and that was a bit of a high water mark for them.

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They had stayed in general elections previously but not in every seat. We

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also saw some memorabilia from the early days of a party. It is the

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case that MK members was -- where elected to Parliament but standing

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for other parties. To begin with it was a very broad movement and you

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could be a prominent conservative or liberal and a member of MK and

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people wear. I'd like interesting to see other parties making strategic

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withdrawals in some places. This is one of the big stories of the

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election campaign so far, to come back to MK defray the have made it

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clear that in withdrawing the not implicitly or explicitly endorsing

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either party, the opposite is the case when it comes to you kept in

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the greens. Both mentioned by Kansan. In Ukip's case they are

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clearly hoping to help Conservative candidates and they are choosing

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candidates who supported the leave campaign in EU referendum. They

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don't want to hinder their successes. But they are standing

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candidates against former Conservative MPs who campaign for

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remain. The opposite for the Greens, they look at seats like St Ives

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where the Conservatives won by a narrow margin, they want to minimise

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the opposition to the Conservatives now. This is what the parties want

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to happen. Whether the voters will do that of course cannot be given

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for granted. One Conservative candidate said he wanted the Ukip

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candidates to stand because he was worried if he didn't then a lot of

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those votes will go back to the Lib Dems would he did not want to see.

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Ready to keep an eye on. And don't forget, there's a BBC

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Spotlight Election debate coming up and we're looking for people to be

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in the audience The programme will be

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on Tuesday 30th of May take part, please email spotlight

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at bbc.co.uk and we'll send A man accused of killing his ex

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partner's two-year-old son has told A Bulgarian man accused

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of murdering his former partner in Exeter says he accidentally

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searched online to find out how long 43-year-old Kostadin Kostov,

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denies murdering hotel worker Gergana Prodanova last August

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and packing her body in a suitcase before dumping it

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on a railway embankment. Hamish Marshall reports

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from Exeter Crown Court. Gergana, just before she died. Today

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her former partner claimed she was part of Ukraine that the setting up

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to commit a murder. -- for committing a murder. Mr Kostov was

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asked about the following set of his iPhone, how long does it take for

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human body to decompose. He said he was trying to find out how long this

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takes drugs to decompose in the human body but he had missed out.

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There was a large search for the housekeeper, who had started a

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relationship with another Bulgarian man. The prosecution began the cross

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examination with a series of forthright questions. You killed

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Kostov, the defendant answered no. You cut her clothing from her body,

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again the answer was no. You played on that clothing. Maybe, said Mr

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Kostov. You put the clothing had with other rubbish. No. You took our

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money. No. You kept her phone. Though I didn't. It was the railway

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embankment here on land of Blackall Road where every Mac's body was

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found packed in a suitcase. He caught were shown CCTV pictures of a

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man wearing a baseball cap cracking a case from the area where Kostov

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lived towards this direction. His barrister asked him, the prosecution

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see you at the man in the baseball cap, he said not true. She then said

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to you know who the man in the baseball cap is? He replied zero.

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Kostov denied using Gergana's phone for media posts to make it look as

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though she was still alive. A man accused of killing his ex

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partner's two-year-old son has told a court he loved him and was never

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violent towards him. Joseph Eke, from Weymouth, denies

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murdering Harry House last May. 22-year-old Joseph each is accused

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of punching or clicking treaty -year-old Harry house at the home

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they shared in Dorset. He is also accused of wounding Harry's face at

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Easter and causing fractured ribs in the week before his death. Today he

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told the court he was ahead in -- a heroin and crack addict but he did

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love the toddler. The QC who is defending Joseph asked them if you

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take care of him, if he fed him or take the boy out. Replied by saying

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yes, I enjoyed doing it. I did love him, he said. Under

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cross-examination the version of events was different to what he had

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given in police interviews. He told the prosecutor, I got muddled up.

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When asked why he told the father 's mother not to call the ambulance he

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said I thought he was just going to be sick or something. When it was

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put to him it is because he did not want anyone to know what he had

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done, he said no. The jury were shown CCTV of justice and Harry's

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mother in July two months after Harry's death. His excavation for

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assaulting Harry's mother was I was a heroin addict, crackhead. That is

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what my life revolved around, he said. She would not give me money to

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score heroin. Harry's face and body were covered in bruises. He suffered

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serious internal injuries and bleeding. Eke said Harry called him

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daddy JoJo and he would not harm him.

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A teenager who was severely injured by a drunk driver has become a

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prisoner in her own home according to her aunt. Ruby Tuesday hold was

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stopped at high speed and spent Christmas in hospital. Today Ashley

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God will walk free from court after pleading guilty to dangerous

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driving. He was given bail and will be sentenced later this month.

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Outside Plymouth Magistrates' Court where he admitted causing serious

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injury by dangerous driving. At about 630 on Christmas Eve the blue

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BMW he was driving crashed through the central reservation by

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Plymouth's main shopping centre. A speeding car -- a speeding car hit

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Ruby Tuesday Hobbs who had to be cut free from railings. Both of her legs

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were broken. To see photos of she was crushed, the railings on her

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leg, she was lucky to be alive. She has been in her bedroom for five

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months. She has lost so much weight and is in horrific pain. The court

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heard that 27-year-old God but was twice over the legal drink-drive

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limit had a previous conviction for drink-driving. Ruby has been a

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prisoner in her own bedroom and he has been allowed to go out and work

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and drink and have a social life, why -- whereas she doesn't have a

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social life any more. Is lawyer said he was extremely remorseful and

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deeply regret his actions, he was remanded on unconditional bail for

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sentencing at Crown Court later this month.

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Now a brief roundup of other stories making the news in the South West.

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A Somerset Council has set up its own housing company and plans

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But they won't be building council homes, instead they plan to sell

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on the open market and use the profits to pay for other

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Plymouth scientists have been awarded almost three million pounds

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to look at how new technology could improve healthcare

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Ideas include using robots to provide comfort and drones

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to deliver medical supplies to rural areas.

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An investigation into the collapse of a crane in Falmouth

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is continuing today, overseen by the docks' management

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The crane crashed to the ground yesterday morning and one

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A full health and safety investigation will now take place.

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One of the driest winters in recent memory is causing nesting problems

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The RSPB is urging people to make damp mud

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available for summer migrating birds that need it to build

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If you've been into Exeter recently you might have noticed some

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big walls being put up along sections of the River Exe.

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They're new flood defences and they should protect

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the city for years to come, but some people are worried

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about the way they look, even though the Environment Agency

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Exeter's new flood defences are taking shape.

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Work on the multi-million pound scheme is forging ahead,

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and however you look at it either from the air or right

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down on on the ground, this is a big undertaking which some

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see as a potential eyesore in the making.

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32 and half million pounds is buying an awful lot of civil engineering,

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along a seven and a half kilometre stretch of the River Exe.

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Here at Exe bridges you might be forgiven for thinking that things

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look a little bit like Berlin before the fall of the wall,

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however we are assured that in time all of this area will be landscaped

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and things will look much more attractive.

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I don't really like them, I think the of the river

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and we are obviously used to coming down here and seeing everything

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It blocks the view, you can see it from that side.

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I think it looks half finished at the moment.

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Exeter has flooded before, in 1960, after which the flood

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There has been minor flooding more recently.

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The existing defences worked well before, but climate change has

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required new investment by the Environment Agency.

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Some people along the Exe think the word is necessary,

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It is really important that even though we will not be able

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to see the river it is clearly as we were with the previous flood

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defences, being able to prevent that water coming over the top

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and flooding somewhere like this shop is really important to us.

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Our climate is changing, we need to work to ameliorate that

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and prevent businesses being affected badly.

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At sites along the Exe, the Environment Agency has looked

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for ways to combat flooding for years to come.

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That has sometimes meant major engineering works.

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On the edge of the city the existing flood plain is being transformed.

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When it is finished here, probably by the end of the year

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will be finished, it will be landscaped, finished off,

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all the pretty bits to put in if you like and then giving

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nature a year, because that is all it takes with nature,

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There is no doubt about it, these works are quite striking

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to look at at the moment but the Environment Agency has

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assured us that over time everything will be landscaped and things should

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look quite good by the time the finished.

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We have already had lots of comments about that, John from Dorset size

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for those who claim the flood water is ugly perhaps Banksy or some

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street artist should paint a flood scene with water flooding down the

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backside, vendors who are unhappy will have second thoughts. David

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from Exeter told us, I remember the floods that hit Saint Thomas in

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1963. I helped of the dead cattle and sheep. People's homes and lives

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around. If people don't like the new defences they should explain why the

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stupidity and expose others to such flooding and pay for the damage. You

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can join the debate on Facebook. E-mail us or Twitter. Now that

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interesting auction lot coming up in just a moment.

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More than 90 tractors found on a farm in Devon are ready to be

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And we have not seen much colour on our radar rainfall charts recently,

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but there is some now. Some of the brighter colours there, the heavier

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rain moving north over the next few hours.

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Now many of us don't like injections or blood tests,

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but for children it can be particularly daunting,

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so a number of hospitals have adopted an idea to help make it

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Children with serious illnesses are being given the chance

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to be scientists for a few hours to see how their blood is analysed.

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Our Health Correspondent Jenny Walrond joined Idara who has

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leukeamia as she donned her lab coat at Musgrove Park

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Blood tests and other invasive treatments are a fact of life for

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eight-year-old Idara mirror. She has acute lymphoblastic leukaemia but

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today she is finding out what happened to her body doubles. This

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is the laboratory! This is my friend Idara. Hello, nice to meet you.

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Let's get you in a white coat. She is becoming a mad scientist for a

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few hours. Every minute of every day, even Christmas Day or your

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birthday there is someone in here working on your blood. What? Why do

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you think we have less be positive in all positive? Do you know?

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Because Be positive is a red blood grip. It is a benefit for our staff

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because it provides an opportunity for them to engage with a patient

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when normally the laboratory does not, even though they are directly

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involved with patient care. This visit has been organised to a

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charity called Harvey 's gang, named after Harvey Buster Baldwin who had

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leukaemia and wanted to know where his body weight. Sadly, Harvey died

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in 2014 -- and wanted to know where his blood went. We can ensure that

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they carry on with the treatment. In here there are lots of cells and

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then I sales and white cells. This is so amazing. What is that wriggly

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thing? My best bit was interesting about the cells, that is because it

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was really good, and my next interesting bit was the blood around

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here. And when she next has her blood taken, Idara knows exactly

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where it is going. Isn't she adorable? She is asked da.

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-- she is a star. Would you be any good

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at doing up an old tractor? Well if you are then

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you may want to head to Ashwater in Devon this weekend for what's

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been dubbed as the tractor It may look like a graveyard for

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tractors, but to the trained hideout is called in these fields. There are

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more than 90 all the vehicles here, some of them dating back 60 years.

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The collection was put together by a farmer John facially, it was his

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passion. He and his wife would buy them and do them up and send -- and

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then sell them off to Africa. We used to bring them home and put them

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in the shed and he would get me cleaning them, pressure washing them

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and there was code on all over some. -- there was countdown all over

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some. I would free them and get them sprayed and ready to resell. John

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died 14 years ago and it has taken his wife that long to be able to get

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-- to let them go of a she admits she has let the grass grow under the

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wheels. Many of these old tractors literally had to be pulled from the

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hedgerow and ironically all of the Ivy and moss and lichen has actually

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protected the vital machinery from rusting. So does this mean that some

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of them could work again? Because they look pretty rusty. They do but

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many, many clever people live in Devon and Cornwall and we have had

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all sorts of interest in the UK and outside. Many of these will be

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restored to their former glory. I am delighted to hear that. How many

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people do you expect to do -- to turn up to this option? Hundreds and

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hundreds, we have several staying in hotels this evening and there will

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be people bidding online. I would expect five or 600 people, maybe

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1000. Though most will be sold, Tricia admits she will keep a few

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back herself. She enjoys restoration. I am not a mechanic,

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that I can well, I went on a welding course. That helped. I have gotten

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to the stage I do not need quite so much of it around me. Do any of

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these characters actually work? We found one that does, after quite a

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of encouragement. Fabulous sound! Some oil and that

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will be fine. Some in his eyes lit up watching

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that report, he is with us in the studio.

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That was a David Brent tractor, by the way.

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Tractors will be doing a lot of stuff in the field at this time of

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year, and it looks like they will see some rain at times and that is

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welcoming for all those but at the moment there is a line of showers

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travelling northward, revealing a little bit of blue sky here and

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there. This is Lyme Regis, a bit of a chaotic sky, blue sky with

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sunshine nonetheless. We go probably as bad as we can get from Lyme

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Regis, up to Ilfracombe where this afternoon you can see there is a lot

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more cloud around. There is a line of showers heading towards North

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Devon at the moment and that line of showers quite heavy and places.

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Washer was to come tomorrow, sunny spells especially in the afternoon.

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Also quite a humid muddy field, low cloud developing and hill fog

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overnight tonight as well. We have an area of low pressure, at the

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moment it is coming to the western side of France and it will continue

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its journey northwards through the night to come in through the day

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tomorrow. Eventually sitting across the southern half of Britain.

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South-west winds across the -- associated with that will pick up a

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little bit and also a scattering of showers, hopefully some sunshine in

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between those showers. As we head into the weekend we was the first

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area of low pressure, there is another one, but between that and

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the new area of low pressure there is a fair amount of dry weather for

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Saturday, and then we see some more persistent rain turn up later in the

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day what the end of the afternoon and into the evening. Sunday is not

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too bad, we are between weather systems and hopefully on Sunday with

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the fresher feel to the air there should also be a lot of rights try

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whether around. This evening we have a scattering of showers, the first

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line of showers is travelling up towards the North and it has

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revealed some late sunshine. Later on tonight those showers will return

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in some of them turning up to be -- turning out to be quite heavy so not

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dry by any stretch of the imagination but it is showery, this

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patch of rain. At that mistake in places and a mild night, two, 11

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degrees the minimum temperatures for most of us. Tomorrow we wake up to a

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lot of cloud, scattering the showers and hopefully by the end of the

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morning and into the afternoon a bit brighter, briefly some sunshine here

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and there and again quite a warm feel. Some dry weather, the end of

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the afternoon and temperatures of 16 or 17 degrees. 63,000 eight. For the

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Isles of Scilly quite a bit of cloud around with the chance of high tide.

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Tides of -- these are the times of high water. And for our surfers the

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waves are not big but the slightly bigger than they have been, up to

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two ABC feet and a bit choppy, because the winter developing into a

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south westerly force for or possibly pick it up to force five at some

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point through the day. The outlook is for some fine weather on Saturday

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for half the day and later in the day we say -- we see some rain. It

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will be mild and mistaken on Monday. And thank you all for it in as the

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Andy is here with an update and we will all be back at 630 tomorrow.

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Good night. Ukip created history

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and won us all Brexit.

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