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This is BBC World News today with me, Tim Willcox.

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Proud of the killings and inspired by the atrocities carried out by

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Al-Qaeda - Anders Breivik boasts in court he has carried out the most

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spectacular attack in Norway since the Second World War.

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As Bahrain gears up for its Formula One Grand Prix, a damning report

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into continued and and necessary force against demonstrators. This

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is what we are seeing more and more with the demonstrators outside

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Manama. They start peaceful but then a young men come up with

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Molotov cocktails, confront the police and then the police are

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responding with tear gas. You can see they're charging down the hill

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towards us here. The death of the British

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businessman Neil Hayward in China, now the Prime Minister gets

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involved. But what did the British government know and when?

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Also coming up, a new technique to treat early prostate cancer.

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Ultrasound can do things faster and better.

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We are at war. We need a team. the ultimate super hero film, not

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just one but a crack team of superheroes as the world of comic

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Hello and welcome. The killings, he said, where inspired by Al-Qaeda.

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The deaths of his 77 victims in Norway last summer, justified as a

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blow against multiculturalism which he claimed was destroying his

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country. Anders Breivik added today that his motivation was based on

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goodness and not evil. Matthew Price is in Oslo and joins us now.

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Yes, contrast the horror of Anders Breivik's crimes, the panic and

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screens, with the quiet calm of the courtroom behind me. The thing that

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I was most struck by as I sat in that courtroom a few feet from the

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descendant -- defendant, was often how polite he appeared. He had also

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clearly invested an awful lot of time in working out what he

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believes to be a very reasoned justification for the terrible

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crimes he committed. That made it no easier for anybody who was this

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thing to his words. Norway's most notorious killer was

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driven to court ban on time. As one of his defence team also arrived.

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The most important thing today is that he gets to explain why he did

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what he did. This, as far as he is concerned at least, was to beat his

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day, his voice, his words, his own twisted justification. The cameras

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were asked to leave. Breivik walked calmly, slowly to the stand,

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clutching 13 pages of the printed a statement he wanted to deliver.

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I have carried out the most spectacular and sophisticated

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attack in Europe since the Second World War, he said. I acted out of

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goodness, not evil. These were pre- emptive attacks to protect

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Norwegian Society. I ask that I be acquitted.

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For over an hour, Breivik presented us with his world view. His belief

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that as a white Christian Norwegian, he is no more a terrorist than

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indigenous peoples fighting occupation. These were not innocent

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children, he told the court, of the teenagers he had killed at the

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Labour Party summer camp on the island of Utoeya. They were

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actively working to uphold multicultural values. Yes, I would

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have done it again. This is what he would have done

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again. Some Norwegians are angry that a man who has admitted to

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these crimes is now being given a platform to express his views. But

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this man, a survivor from the island massacre who studies in

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Liverpool disagrees. Some people have questioned even holding this

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trial. I think it is important for the

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survivors who have to live on with this, to hear the reason why it

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happened. We have got to know a lot about that today. Just outside, the

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multicultural Oslo that Breivik so despises walks by. Past the

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buildings still damage from the bomb he set off here. He will give

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more evidence tomorrow. There were, of course, so many

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people who were affected directly by Anders Breivik. One of them is

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with me now. You were on the island that day and you saw him. How did

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you feel when he was giving his evidence today in court? Mixed

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feelings. On the one hand it was good to see him there, in a

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position rather different from when I saw him last time. And also, I

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think it was important to hear his twisted but still coherent ideas on

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why he did the things he did and see that they fit into a pattern.

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But on the other hand, of course, it reminds you more deeply about

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the people that have lost their lives and even more so, the parents

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that are here. And he actually mentioned your wife in court. She

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is a prominent journalist and commentator here, she often writes

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about immigration issues, he ventured not just your wife but the

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fact that you and she had had a child. That get very personal for

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you, doesn't it? Definitely. It had a very nasty taste to it. Of course,

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it makes you think even more about the things he has been doing. But

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once again, on the other hand, it really underlines the kind off

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world-view he is sharing unfortunately with other people.

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The sheer existence of people with a background in Muslim countries,

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whether or not they are practising, believing or not is a problem. The

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fact that we have a child together and that child will have me as a

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father is in his view, a threat and a problem for Norwegian Society.

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And that is a very nasty thing. is worth pointing out that you have

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a background in a Muslim country. One of the other things that struck

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me, you have already pointed towards it, his arguments sounded

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rational, thought-out, reasoned, hopefully not too many people

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agreed with them but there will be people who agreed with them. These

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are arguments about multiculturalism at immigration

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which are popping up across Europe at the moment and have been in

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political circles as well. Clearly his actions are the actions of we

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hope, fridge, dip -- but do you think his arguments are of a Fringe

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hit -- here in Norway? arguments have moved from the edges

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to the mainstream. We heard from editorials, articles, books and

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even from parliamentary positions is a very big threat that needs to

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be addressed. Just very quickly, does that mean that he should not

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be standing there being able to put across his viewpoints and being

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able to reinforce those arguments? On the contrary, I think is good to

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hear those arguments in this setting knowing they are connected

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to actions which are inherently, there is an inherent tendency

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towards violence in political ideology that wants to get rid of

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all Muslims in Western countries so it is good to hear this in this

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setting rather than on a parliamentary rostrum. Thank you.

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It is kind of you to join us. Anders Breivik said I know I have

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caused an incredible amount of suffering, that will be no comfort

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to his victims. Thank you. With just days to go

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before Bahrain's Formula One Grand Prix, the human-rights group

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Amnesty International says torture and ill treatment continue. It says

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it has evidence of people being kept in prison for participating in

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peaceful protests and security forces are using excessive and

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unnecessary force against demonstrators. Bahrain's government

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have rejected the claims but the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has

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been caught up in some of the violence.

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Another sunset brings another protest. Every evening, they take

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to the streets here in their thousands. Down with King Hamad is

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the chant, as it has been for more than a year now. Bahrain's Shia

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majority is refusing to be silenced. This is what we are seeing more and

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more with the demonstrations outside Manama. They start of

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peaceful but then young men come out with Molotov cocktails,

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confront the police, through the fire bombs and now the police are

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responding with tear-gas and their trudging down the hill towards us

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here. -- they are charging down the hill. Bernie Ecclestone says

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Bahrain is peaceful and say. Tell that to the people who live in the

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Shia villages. This is the image Bahrain's government would like the

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world to see. Many Bahrainis are delighted Formula One is back.

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Within the poor Shia villages, this is how the graffiti artists see it.

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The car spewing tear gas is being driven by Formula One supremo

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Bernie Eccleston and King Hamad. As race day approaches, this man is on

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hunger strike and close to death. Abdulhadi al-Khawaja is a democracy

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activist sentenced to life in prison last year by a military

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court. My father basically look like a skeleton with skin on it.

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His daughter, Zainab, saw her father last Sunday. She says he

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could die at any time. My father is everything. Even my faith in

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humanity. Losing him would be the worst thing. But I do know that

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this is a cause that is worth dying and I do know that my father will

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continue. He is not a person who will ever give up. He will continue

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fighting. Amnesty International has declared Abdulhadi al-Khawaja a

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prisoner of conscience and is demanding his immediate release.

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But the Justice Minister says only the courts can decide that. Only

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the courts can decide for stud he might be dead by then? I hope not.

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We are providing the best medical care possible. If he does die, the

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streets here could explode again. The young Shia Bahrainis who take

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to the streets every night are impatient for change. We want

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democracy, we want freedom. This government, when we ask for that,

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it straightaway tries to kill anybody who does this. A year ago,

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these people were calling for a limited change. Now they want King

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Hamad and his family to go. We can talk now have to Jalila al

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Salman, a former vice-president of the teachers as physician who was

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imprisoned earlier this year. Herr appealed for a civilian court is

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currently ongoing and she is out on bail. She joins us now by webcam

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from Manama. The Governor -- government says reforms have been

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implemented, you are out on bail, do you accept that some progress

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has been made? As citizens in Bahrain, we cannot say anything --

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we cannot see anything of these reforms on the ground. If something

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has been taking place, we should know it. For me, as an example, I

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am sat as a teacher. -- I am sacked as a teacher. I am not at work.

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They have not given any reason. government says all public sector

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workers who have been reinstated. He is not completely right. Most of

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them are returned back and reinstated but not for all of us. I

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am an example of that. What do you think should happen regarding the

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Grand Prix this weekend? Do you think that the Formula One

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authorities should pull out? Actually, I am not a political

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person but as a normal citizen in Bahrain, I see what is going on

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here in my country and to my people, I think yes, they should pull out

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of Bahrain. Formula One should not be here this year again because of

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what is happening on the ground. Bahrain is not safe. It is not the

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small island is to be before. It is not a peaceful place as people are

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saying. We are living in a war. many of your colleagues remain in

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prison? We have 13 teachers in prison right now. On top of them is

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the President. We are appealing now. We must leave there, thank you. I

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think we can speak now on the phone to Fahad Al Binali. He is in Manama

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and a spokesperson for the Bahraini national information authority. You

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say you have bought about changes but it seems that nothing has

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changed on the ground. Are necessary, excessive force used by

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security agents against protesters. That is an unfair assessment. First

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of all,... That is the spirit which led to the High Commission. That is

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why its findings were broadcast to the world that they are still

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available online for Bahrainis and anybody else who is interested. It

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has to be said that no other Arab leader has opened his government to

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Amnesty says the reforms are piecemeal. No senior member of the

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security forces has been held to account for the 40 people that died

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last year. Many were arrested erroneously and sentenced by a

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military court. First of all, it has to be taken into consideration

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the report published its findings at the end of November 23rd, a few

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months have passed but a lot has happened. So, everything has

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miraculously improved in two months, has it? This is exactly why we are

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speaking to Amnesty International. A lot has happened on the ground.

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You spoke earlier about the dismissed workers, they have been

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reinstated except those currently under trial and awaiting judgment.

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Earlier, it was said people were... Convicted in a military court,....

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The line is dropping out and we are only hearing half of what to say.

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Thank you for joining us. The other news: The radical Muslim preacher

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Abu Qatada has been arrested in Britain with the government

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announcing it intends to deport him. It's expected he will appear at a

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special immigration hearing in the next few hours after the Home

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Secretary made a statement to parliament. The European Court of

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Human Rights blocked his deportation to Jordan in January.

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It ruled evidence obtained by torture might be used against him

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if he appears at a court in Jordan. The European Union says it's

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considering all possible options against Argentina over a decision

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to nationalise a Spanish-controlled oil company, YPF. The move by the

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Argentine President, Cristina Fernandez, follows months of

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tension with Britain over oil exploration off the Falkland

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islands. A former London shop worker, who

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became governor of one of the wealthiest states in Nigeria, has

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been jailed in Britain for money laundering and fraud. James Ibori

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admitted stealing nearly eighty million dollars from the coffers of

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the oil-rich Delta state to fund a lavish lifestyle. He was sentenced

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to 13 years in prison by a court in London.

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A jumbo jet carrying NASA's oldest space shuttle, Discovery, has

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landed in Washington DC after a dramatic final journey. Thousands

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of people watched the shuttle being flown over the capital's most

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famous landmarks. Discovery will be put on display at the National Air

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and Space Museum at Dulles airport. It flew 39 times in space - more

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than any other shuttle. It's a delicate balance for any

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Western country keen to build closer trading links with China,

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but the death of the British businessman Neil Heywood in

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mysterious circumstances in China last November saw his case being

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raised at the highest levels today between Prime Minister David

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Cameron and a member of China's Politburo. Our diplomatic

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correspondent James Robbins reports. The Prime Minister with a man

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ranked No. 5 in China's political hierarchy. I warmly welcome you to

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Downing Street. The first chance to Britain to send a message directly

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to the Chinese leadership. Britain expects a complete and convincing

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explanation of Neil Heywood's death. What really happened at this hotel

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last November? It is here the body of the British businessman was

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discovered, at first the Chinese said he died of excessive alcohol.

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He was close to this man, Bo Xilai, brought down by accusations his

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wife was involved in murdering Mr Heywood. In the Commons, the

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Foreign Secretary was accused of reacting too slowly to the changing

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stories from China but William Hague insists it is not the case.

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We have demanded an investigation, the Chinese authorities have agreed

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to conduct such an investigation, there has been further discussion

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about that between the Prime Minister and the visiting member of

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the Politburo. I will also meet him shortly. We are pursuing this

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carefully and vigorously. Foreign Office is also having to

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explain a meeting between Jeremy Browne MP and Bo Xilai on the day

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Britain first heard of the death. Although this was going on in the

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same city, the government insists there was nothing initially to

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suggest there was anything suspicious. No reason to tell the

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minister. It is uncomfortable as Britain piles pressure on China to

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reveal the full truth. The message is unusually blunt. The government

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by insisting the Chinese investigation into the death must

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be free from political interference, and must expose the truth, seems to

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suggest it has real fears the precise opposite could be the

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outcome. A new treatment for prostate cancer

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which targets cancer cells with sound waves could control the

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disease with far fewer side effects than standard techniques.

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Researchers at University College London believe the findings -

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albeit on a small sample - could transform future treatment of the

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disease, which is the second most common cancer worldwide. The

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treatment fires high-frequency non- invasive sound waves directly at

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the tumour. The technique called focal therapy. 41 patients took

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part in the trial. And twelve months later none had incontinence

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- a side effect with other treatments. And just one in ten was

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impotent. Joining me in the studio is Louise Dickinson, who worked as

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part of the research team at University College London Hospital.

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This seems a significant break through but it is a small sample of

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people. How concerned should we be about that in terms of

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effectiveness? It is a proof of concept trial and a small number of

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patients over a short term follow- up so the results are encouraging

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but the next step is a larger trial, a medium term of follow up and also

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to recruit across a number of centres. And is the principle that

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by zapping these cancers effectively in a small way, you can

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get the disease earlier? concept is focal therapy so it

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targeting the cancers rather than the whole prostate. You're causing

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less collateral damage to the surrounding nerds and normal tissue

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and fewer side-effects. Is this a technique used with other cancers

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to positive effect? It has been but it follows other organ cancers like

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breast cancer moved from mastectomy to lumpectomy and we are following

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a similar strategy. And is this the reason why the side-effects we

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associated previously like incontinence and other problems can

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be avoided now? Absolutely, it is preserving the tissue and it helps

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your function and had three Cancer Control in the longer term.

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terms of the cost, I think it can be done under local anaesthetic?

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is a general anaesthetic but patients tend to go home the same

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day. That is effectively cost- effective. It is cost-effective as

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a treatment. So, this would save the NHS money at a time when it is

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under financial strain and scrutiny. Potentially but we need to formally

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evaluated that. Discuss the procedure now and how this plan

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will be expanded to others who might be offered this, someone with

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prostate cancer watching now, what other timings of them being offered

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something like this? So, we are expanding this formal trial around

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the UK, men there may be suitable might have disease on one side of

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the prostate, they would have disease localised to the prostate

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and lower intermediate resist rather than high risk. It is one of

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the biggest killers, a common cancer than men in this country and

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the second most common internationally, why has it taken

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so long do you think to develop something like this when it is such

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a big killer? The change really is in the diagnostic procedures so we

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can now see tumours better with advances in MRI and ultrasound and

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we can locate it better compared to the standard diagnostic procedures

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until now. That has helped us move towards this concept of vocal

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treatment. OK, thank you for coming on. For millions of comic fans

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around the world the release of the film The Avengers can't come soon

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enough. The film doesn't just feature a single superhero but a

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whole army drawn from America's Marvel comic book universe. They

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include Thor and Captain America and as Tom Brook reports it's

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We are at war. We need a team. There may be an element of hype but

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this movie is like no other. France have been a poor night waiting for

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previews. I have been looking forward to this movie since I was a

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little kid. I love Marvel superheroes. I grew up on The

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Avengers. This would make an awesome movie and they have made it.

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I am stoked. What sets the film apart is it brings together several

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Super heroes into one picture. They include Iron man, Court Of Thunder,

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Thor and Captain America. They have served as a teaser for the new

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picture. There was a master plan and that involved creating a

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universe and bringing these characters together slowly after

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each had been established and stood on their own to feed. Mark Ruffalo

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who portrays the hulk sees it as a mix of different superheroes with

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strong personalities. It is an analogy for the world in a way. It

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is where we are. It is even on a small scale in America. Super egos,

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powerful people fighting it out, thinking they have the right answer.

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The film isn't just a creative endeavour catering to movie fans,

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it is also a huge commercial enterprise. It has been estimated

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the budget is in excess of $220 million and is predicted it could

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set a record for the opening weekend box office for a superhero

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movie in the US. It's also spawning a multi- million dollar

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merchandising authority including a fashions the dogs, superheroes sell

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all sorts of merchandise. The films have become cash generating

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machines. The film arrives in cinemas around the world next week

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and with its box office takings are likely to be big, it is expected

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there will be a sequel to this superhero movie.

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A lot of superheroes on their way! A reminder of our main news: The

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man accused of killing 77 people last July has boasted of carrying

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out the most spectacular attack in Europe since the Second World War.

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But he demanded to be acquitted claiming his motivation was good,

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not evil. He said he was defending the European Anthony Wall JUN --

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Norwegian people against multiculturalism. With preparations

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are under way in Bahrain have for the Grand Prix, the decision is

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still causing controversy. The human rights group Amnesty

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International says torture and ill- treatment are continuing in Bahrain

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and that there's evidence of people being kept in prison for

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participating in peaceful anti- government protests. That is it

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from the programme. From us, Hello, some typical April weather

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at the moment, a mixture of sunshine and showers for many.

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Tomorrow, a similar day, quite blustery. Some torrential downpours

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in the forecast. This low-pressure is driving the weather. It is

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sitting across us and in no hurry to move on. The main focus is going

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to be across England and Wales. Brighter with sunshine further

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north. Across northern England by afternoon it could be very cloudy

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and wet and temperatures struggling. A cold afternoon with highs of nine

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degrees. Some torrential downpours and thunder in the south with

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temperatures around 10 or 11. Some bright spells across Cornwall and

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Devon but a scattering of showers. Across Wales, generally overcast

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skies, showers are dotted around. You will see a lot of water falling

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in a short space of time. Northern Ireland, some brightness,

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temperatures nine or 10. A similar data Tuesday. Across Scotland, some

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showers, they could be wintry on high ground. On Wednesday night,

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