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For Corie, the target is to compete in the 2022 Winter Games, where bobsleigh will make its Paralympic debut. This is the thing that motivates me, it gets me up in the morning. I feel excited when I'm going to go to the gym. I am determined to do it, that is the end game for me. The circumstances you face as a person, no matter how bad.
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they are or what you have been through in the past, will never define you as a person. I have chosen a sport and an active life as a way to live instead of just exist. We.
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will be live from Westminster in the next few minutes with Ben Brown. First we can get the weather forecast, I think it will be rather nice. I think so, I hope so. Yeah, it's going to be nice, the weather is looking pretty good for most of the weekend. It's already looking lovely outside
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A nice picture from Richmond in north Yorkshire. Not so nice absolutely everywhere. Some southern coasts, especially the south-west, are pretty cloudy. We need to shift this cloud and move it out of the way. It's been very cloudy across some of these central and southern areas this afternoon, but.
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raised 18,000 in just one day, how do people support you give to this cause? We have a launch page, if you put it into Google it will come up, we have launched over 20,000, we are now up to 22,000, donations from hundreds of.
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individuals, and I have been very moved by the response. We will work towards getting the money to the victims as soon as possible. Thank you very much for speaking with us. A quick look at the weather forecast now
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Some cloud over southern part of a country which will continue to clear through the rest of the day. Brightness before nightfall, cloud in the far north will be more stubborn, most places will stay.
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dry, Ireland, northern England and Wales will have the clearest skies, temperatures dropping fastest and lowest there, with the risk of some frost by the morning. The far north and south will be a bit milder. Saturday is looking dry and find for the entire country, plenty of sunshine will help to.
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to his condition. I found out I was good at it, I have something to be able to do, rather than sitting resting all the time. It gave me more purpose in life again. The one defining moment was after I shot in Rio, was seeing my kids afterwards and how proud they were,.
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I will never forget that. That's probably the best day ever now. Like Phil, many other military personnel have gained life changing injuries. Corie Mapp lost both his legs in an IED explosion. I felt like I wouldn't be able to have an active part in my kids'.
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lives anymore and they came in and they were just, like, "Daddy, you know, you are going to get metal legs and you can teach us to ride bicycles and do this and that". I thought, at that point, it's not too bad. Within four weeks, Corie was testing out new prosthetics
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He tried a number of different sports, but it was bobsleigh that took his fancy. Both servicemen have been on very different journeys to get to where they are today. It's thanks to this recovery centres like this one here at Tedworth House in Wiltshire that they can rebuild their lives and find new career pathways
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you are, null, twisted, illogical, that has everything to do with what you are doing. That is why we have seen this huge outpouring for our campaign, attracting almost 1000 individual donors, all of them believe in shared values, coexistence, and the fact that we need to protect what we have in London, which is very special. Have you.
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seen any change in the reaction of people, particularly visible Muslims, women that where the hijab, on the streets of London, as any element of the community said that they feel differently following this attack? In London,.
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thankfully, there has not been any evidence of a major backlash against Muslims. And the extremists who perpetrate this must be very upset about that, fundamentally, that is because in London we have avoided the masses dairy we are seeing in many parts of Europe, that is why London is very.
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important, London has elected a mayor who is openly Muslim, over 1 million Muslims, dozens of mosques, have not heard of any attacks, everyone getting along peacefully. I know that a lot of people cannot stomach that but that is how we want London to be and that is how London will remain. Muslims unite has.
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For armed forces personnel who suffer injuries on the field of battle, their lives can change overnight. But sport can have a unique healing power, and for many former servicemen and women, it can give them a focus for the future. As part of the BBC's State of Sport week, the former paralympian Kate Grey has been to meet two ex-military sportsmen, to hear their inspirational stories
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The simplest of tasks can seem challenging when life as you know it changes with the smallest of breaths. I must have breathed in at the wrong time, this spore that just lies under the ground was kicked up by the IEDS. I literally inhaled and when I returned to the UK I got.
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diagnosed with Q fever. Although everything on the outside looks sort of normal, I can move my limbs, I don't have any strength. I wasn't able to lift my child when I came home from Afgan, when he was born. Q fever is a deteriorating muscle condition. As time passed by, Phil reached breaking point
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People couldn't do the things they wanted to do because I was there, I felt like a burden on my family so I contemplated ending my life and my wife caught me and we turned it around from there. With the help of the military charities, Phil was introduced to shooting - a sport well-suited.
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INAUDIBLE Woman said that she was in tears because she did not know what to say to her own Muslim children who said that.
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it is always Muslims, why is that? And another said that she felt ashamed to be on that day. This is the kind of confusion that an extreme small minority of extremists are trying to create, this is how they want people to feel, and every.
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time we feel that way, they are winning, every time we feel there divisions that exist within society, that Muslims are trying to set society on each other, that extremists represent Islam, that is a sign that people are winning. Fundamentally, most people recognise that this person had a criminal history,.
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strong criminal connections, and what he did was basically try to whitewash is crimes by calling them Islamic. He is a criminal, like anybody committing a crime of any sort, saying, I am a paedophile because I am Christian, I'm doing this because I am a Buddhist, no, religion has nothing to do with it,.