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and towards south Wales and some rain across northern areas. Through central areas where we get the sunshine breaking through in the afternoon, that will lift temperatures up so we could see some heavy, slow-moving cloud and potentially thunderstorms. Remaining quite wet, though, for Cornwall
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A few showers as well for northern England but here we will see an abundance of sunny spells. The further north you head away from that area of low pressure, it's likely to stay dry altogether. Northern Ireland, parts of north-west England and for much of western Scotland, here we will probably see the best of the temperatures, 18-19, maybe 20 Celsius across the north-west Highlands
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Always cooler across the east because of the onshore breeze. As we head through bank holiday Monday evening, that area of low pressure begins to pull away, so we see the showers easing down into the evening and overnight. There is the area of low pressure pushing off into the main continent. Then we have an area of high pressure starting to build in
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It'll start to push easterly winds our way - never a warm direction, even at this time of year. It will be quite cool across eastern coastal areas on Tuesday, we will have some low cloud, maybe mist. The best of the weather will always be across southern and western areas. We will have some shelter, sunshine and the best temperatures. On Wednesday, it is cool across the east coast because of the north-easterly breeze. Quite cloudy across the south-east, with one or two showers
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passengers were still queuing to catch the hovercraft. Warwick, it seems like such a fantastic form of transport, so why on earth did it wind down?.
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It was the ending of duty-free which finished the hovercraft. They could beat the tunnel, no problem, they were still faster right to the very end, but duty-free supplemented the hovercraft service. In fact, duty-free sales didn't just supplement the service,.
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just over a metre, so we're now heading back. White cliffs of Dover. But it wasn't the occasional rocky ride that brought about the end of the Dover service. Even when the Channel Tunnel opened,.
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After all those years of working on the hovercraft, it must have been sad to see them finally stop. It was. End of an era
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they became its main source of income. With spiralling fuel costs and no chance of replacing the ageing hovercraft, they were grounded in October 2000
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It's still sad, actually. Coming on this today is just fantastic because it just brings it back even more. The hovercraft's inventor, Christopher Cockerill, predicted that we would travel across the Atlantic in huge nuclear-powered hovercraft
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ambassador. Donald Trump still insists, as we heard from Sean Spicer earlier in the week, but it wasn't up to them to do the vetting and that was really down the Obama administration. And yet again taking aim at journalists. The.
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battle lines are still being drawn by Donald Trump. Thank you. And we'll have a special programme from our US team, 24 Hours in Trump's America, tomorrow at 3 o'clock, and again at 8 o'clock, here on Sky News. Time now for a look at the weather
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There'll be showers in the south tomorrow, and a lot of cloud for eastern Scotland, but most northern parts will be fine
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For this evening, there'll be showery rain across much central and southern England, Wales and eastern Ireland, and a few showers for Northern Ireland, but most other places will be dry. Wales, eastern Ireland and the Midlands will largely dry up later, as rain moves up into Cheshire and south Yorkshire, but southern England will see more rain
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This is Sunday Brunch. Coming up - from troubled seem to heavyweight champion of the world
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bringing it back. 23 seconds. It is visible, isn't it? But the shortening effect of the camera, that is still a huge difference that Pauwels has to defend. Effectively all the has to do is hold it to the finish.
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He can see the motorbikes otherwise they will not get him. He can see the motorbikes. He is bringing it back. 23 seconds. It is visible, isn't it?.
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defend. Effectively all the has to do is hold it to the finish line. At some point Joey Rosskopf will explode. That is when his teammate has to go. He has Brent Bookwalter dropping back the has to go. He has Brent Bookwalter dropping back has to go. He has Brent Bookwalter dropping back. They.