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This evening is expected to be rather cloudy with some patchy light rain and drizzle pushing in from the west - mainly during the early hours. Saturday will be mostly cloudy and windy with spells of rain through a lot of the day. The rain will be heavy and persistent for a time. Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner said "the people of Devon and Cornwall will now be paying the same for less" as plans for a police merger between the two forces appear to have failed.

Alison Hernandez previously said the merger was "dead in the water" as Devon and Cornwall Police would not benefit because council tax would have to rise to bring it in line with the level charged in Dorset. Soaring demand from China for UK-caught crab is leaving restaurants short of the tasty crustaceans. The proposed merger of Devon and Cornwall Police with the Dorset force is looking unlikely after councillors voted to support the Police and Crime Commissioner's opposition to the plans.

South Western and the RMT union are in a long-running dispute over the future role of guards. The proposed merger of Devon and Cornwall Police with the Dorset force is being discussed today at a meeting in Plymouth that could determine whether the plans go ahead. Devon and Cornwall's Police Commissioner Alison Hernandez will ask the councillors who sit on her Police and Crime Panel whether they'll back her decision to reject the merger of the two forces.

However, because she was the only one of the four decision makers to take that view, she offered to put her decision off until she'd consulted the views of councillors on her Police and Crime panel. That meeting is happening today and if the other councillors agree with her it's very hard to see how this merger could ever go ahead. It will be a largely dry day with early patches of mist and fog lifting as the cloud breaks further to become brighter and sunny spells develop.

However, cloud will increase again from the northwest later this afternoon with some patchy rain moving onto the the north coast by evening. Winds will be mainly light but will freshen from the northeast to the north and west later. Thursday night will start dry with variable cloud. Some mist and fog may form under any breaks, especially through the early hours. On Friday mist, fog and low cloud first thing but some bright or sunny spells should break through, especially during the afternoon.

It will be a dry night ahead but some mist and fog may form under any breaks, especially through the early hours. The Flying Scotsman will be speeding into Devon on Thursday, and through Cornwall on Saturday, for the first time in 15 years. She was built in Doncaster in , designed by Sir Nigel Gresley as part of the "A1 Class" - the most powerful locomotives built at that time.

In , the train was selected to appear at the British Empire Exhibition in London, and was given the name "Flying Scotsman" after the London to Edinburgh daily rail service that started in The exhibition made the Flying Scotsman famous, but it was the two world records that cemented its place in history. In , the train was given a new type of tender with a corridor, which meant that a new crew could take over without stopping the train. This allowed it to haul the first ever non-stop London to Edinburgh service, reducing the journey time to eight hours.

Then in , the Scotsman was clocked at mph on a special test run — officially the first locomotive in the UK to have reached that speed. The transport union said the hour action was due to the company continuing to "refuse serious talks" over the long-running dispute over the future of train guards.

Previously SWR has said it would roster guards on all services but trains could still operate in "exceptional circumstances" if no guard was available. Our members on South Western Railway remain absolutely united and determined in the fight to defend safety, security and access on the railway despite cynical and repeated attempts by the company to undermine the morale of their own workforce. Low cloud will also cover high ground and parts of the coast, but in areas away from the far west and some exposed coasts the cloud will slowly lift and there may be a few breaks this afternoon allowing some bright or sunny periods to develop.

The photo appearing to show a group of students sporting offensive slogans was widely shared. Mild on Wednesday night with cloud cover staying quite extensive. There will be a risk of mist and hill fog and perhaps a few spots of drizzle. A grey start to Thursday once again but into the afternoon there is the chance of some bright or sunny spells developing.

More than knives have been handed in and destroyed in a four-day blade amnesty by Devon and Cornwall Police. Among the haul of samurai-style swords, hunting knives and cleavers was a lock knife brought in by a mother who had found it in her son's bedroom.

Supt Matt Lawler said blades were handed in from September as part of a national knife crime reduction initiative, Operation Sceptre. The blades are placed in metal drums and destroyed by the force waste contractor, Mitie.

No good can come from carrying a knife. It is often those that carry knives who end up injured by them if a confrontation takes place. Any knife taken out of circulation and off the street helps to prevent injuries and deaths.

For your own safety and that of others, get rid of it. Outside of amnesty periods, police say unwanted knives such as domestic kitchen blades can be disposed of in household waste as long as they are packaged securely to avoid handling injuries.

Or they can be deposited in the metal recycling skip at local reclamation facilities. Native hornets are mistakenly being destroyed by people worried about the advance of the bee-killing Asian hornet, according to Devon Wildlife Trust. The charity says it has heard from people who have destroyed nests because of fears about the spread of the invasive species.

There have been confirmed reports of Asian hornet nests in North Devon and in Cornwall. Asian hornets are devastating to honey bees as they raid and destroy colonies but Devon Wildlife Trust says European hornets are "a beautiful and vital part of our environment".

This is really unfortunate. European hornets are struggling and their persecution is one of the factors behind this recent decline. They help us by helping to keep in check many insect species that gardeners consider to be pests. The charity says it is not always easy to tell the difference between an Asian hornet and its European counterpart so advises anyone who thinks they have found a nest to photograph it and report the find.

Councillors describe the proposed merger of Dorset Police with Devon and Cornwall as "absurd". The EFL has apologised after supporters watching the match online saw footage of medical help being given to a man taken ill during Exeter City's win over Stevenage on Tuesday night. The man suffered a cardiac arrest 15 minutes into the match.

The game was stopped while he was given treatment. Exeter City manager Matt Taylor says he and everyone at the club hopes the man makes a speedy recovery. Local Democracy Reporting Service. Police trying to encourage people to support a merger of Devon and Cornwall Police with Dorset Police carried out less consultation in Cornwall than they did in the other two counties.

Documents that will go before the Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Panel this week show that the police attended 37 public events and meetings in Devon between June and September, 22 in Dorset but just nine in Cornwall. The figures have been released following widespread criticism in Cornwall over the lack of consultation over the proposed merger and the lack of detail which has been provided about the plans.

The documents also detail the results of a survey, which show a stark difference between how people in Cornwall responded compared to those in Devon and Dorset. The online survey was completed by 2, people in Cornwall and many fewer agreed or strongly agreed with the statement: Going ahead with the merger will depend on whether the forces' chief constables and commissioners decide to submit a business case to the Home Office for consideration.

However, last week that decision was delayed after the Devon and Cornwall Police crime commissioner said she was unlikely to support the merger. The two police forces are already working together in a number of different areas but last year they announced plans to merge and bring all operations together. However, last week the police said the decision had been delayed, with Devon and Cornwall Police Commissioner PCC Alison Hernandez saying she was unlikely to support the merger as she had concerns about the impact it could have on council tax and the lack of public support for the plans.

She agreed when asked if the merger was " dead in the water ". The merger may not be in the best interest of communities if people have to pay more "but get less or the same" service, Devon and Cornwall Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer previously said. Wednesday will be a largely cloudy day with some light drizzle in places. The cloud will cover hills at times and it will also be misty around some exposed coasts in the morning.

However, it'll be brighter with some sunshine possible towards the southeast at times. Light or moderate northwesterly winds will turn to the southwest during the day. Search our interactive map of Britain to see where rent is judged as "unaffordable".

A South West of England Member of the European Parliament says she has been expelled from the Conservative Party because of intolerance within the Tories, particularly over Brexit disagreements. MEP Julie Girling said she was told she was out of the party last Tuesday in a letter from party chairman Brandon Lewis in what she said was an "extreme and disproportionate measure which illustrates an increasing level of intolerance within the party particularly on the issue of Brexit".

She said it was "no secret that I disagree with Prime Minister Teresa May on her strategy, but that she was "being treated very differently from others in the party, especially those with a much higher public profile. She said she was staying on as an MEP and intended to direct her energies into the People's Vote campaign to "ensure that the final say on any deal is put to test at the ballot box".

Dogs are not particularly intelligent when compared to other animals, new research by the University of Exeter has shown. Scientists there, along with researchers at Canterbury Christ Church University, reviewed more than papers on animal brain power. It was also discovered cats, pigs, seals and pigeons are among the animals that match dogs in some skills, with chimpanzees and dolphins able to recognise themselves in a mirror - something dogs can't do.

Dr Britta Osthaus is an honorary research fellow at the University of Exeter and was involved with the study. The afternoon, brighter spells developing at times but with a fair amount of cloud lingering. Cloud will thicken up overnight to bring some light rain or drizzle, moving in from the north and west. Community organisations are being given cash for schemes to tackle antisocial behaviour across Devon and Cornwall. More than 50 ideas were put forward and were studied by a panel which chose the ones to get the funds.

Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh has said that the environment is "right on the edge", warning that the UK's coastline is awash with plastic. Speaking at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham, he said: But a second thing that struck me was how little wildlife I saw. It's like we've hoover-ed up the fish and thrown in the plastic". Our environment is changing very, very quickly. Our environment now is right on the edge. The University of Exeter is at the centre of a clinical trial that's using ketamine to treat alcoholism.

Ketamine has a reputation as a party drug, but is licensed as an anaesthetic. Scientists are testing whether a low dose of it - along with therapy and regular monitoring of participants' alcohol levels - can help prevent relapse to alcoholism.

It follows tests that show it helps alleviate depressive symptoms. Professor Celia Morgan, from the university, is involved in the trial and said animal studies also provided strong evidence A mobile phone app set to rival digital cab service Uber has been launched in Devon and could expand throughout the entire South West soon. Police say the remains of what they believe is a man were discovered after the blaze in Exeter.

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The Flying Scotsman is currently on sidings at Taunton station before it connects to its carriages later and heads to Devon. The legendary engine will pass through Devon on Thursday before travelling through Cornwall on Saturday.

It's due to arrive in Plymouth at about A VW Golf, which had left the road, was found on its its roof with the driver - a man in his 20s - close to scene with "critical injuries". Anyone with information - particularly a man and woman with head torches believed to be in the area at the time - is asked to contact Devon and Cornwall Police via The Flying Scotsman will be speeding into Devon on Thursday, and through Cornwall on Saturday, for the first time in 15 years.

She was built in Doncaster in , designed by Sir Nigel Gresley as part of the "A1 Class" - the most powerful locomotives built at that time. In , the train was selected to appear at the British Empire Exhibition in London, and was given the name "Flying Scotsman" after the London to Edinburgh daily rail service that started in The exhibition made the Flying Scotsman famous, but it was the two world records that cemented its place in history.

In , the train was given a new type of tender with a corridor, which meant that a new crew could take over without stopping the train. This allowed it to haul the first ever non-stop London to Edinburgh service, reducing the journey time to eight hours. Then in , the Scotsman was clocked at mph on a special test run — officially the first locomotive in the UK to have reached that speed.

The transport union said the hour action was due to the company continuing to "refuse serious talks" over the long-running dispute over the future of train guards.

Previously SWR has said it would roster guards on all services but trains could still operate in "exceptional circumstances" if no guard was available.

Our members on South Western Railway remain absolutely united and determined in the fight to defend safety, security and access on the railway despite cynical and repeated attempts by the company to undermine the morale of their own workforce. Devon and Cornwall Police are concerned for the welfare of year-old Emma Adderley who is reported to be missing from Torrington.

Anyone who sees her or has any information as to where she could be is asked to call police immediately on Low cloud will also cover high ground and parts of the coast, but in areas away from the far west and some exposed coasts the cloud will slowly lift and there may be a few breaks this afternoon allowing some bright or sunny periods to develop.

Exeter flanker Dave Ewers tells BBC Sport how grateful he is to be playing again after recovering from his latest injury. The photo appearing to show a group of students sporting offensive slogans was widely shared.

Mild on Wednesday night with cloud cover staying quite extensive. There will be a risk of mist and hill fog and perhaps a few spots of drizzle. A grey start to Thursday once again but into the afternoon there is the chance of some bright or sunny spells developing.

More than knives have been handed in and destroyed in a four-day blade amnesty by Devon and Cornwall Police. Among the haul of samurai-style swords, hunting knives and cleavers was a lock knife brought in by a mother who had found it in her son's bedroom.

Supt Matt Lawler said blades were handed in from September as part of a national knife crime reduction initiative, Operation Sceptre. The blades are placed in metal drums and destroyed by the force waste contractor, Mitie. No good can come from carrying a knife. It is often those that carry knives who end up injured by them if a confrontation takes place. Any knife taken out of circulation and off the street helps to prevent injuries and deaths.

For your own safety and that of others, get rid of it. Outside of amnesty periods, police say unwanted knives such as domestic kitchen blades can be disposed of in household waste as long as they are packaged securely to avoid handling injuries. Or they can be deposited in the metal recycling skip at local reclamation facilities.

Native hornets are mistakenly being destroyed by people worried about the advance of the bee-killing Asian hornet, according to Devon Wildlife Trust. The charity says it has heard from people who have destroyed nests because of fears about the spread of the invasive species.

There have been confirmed reports of Asian hornet nests in North Devon and in Cornwall. Asian hornets are devastating to honey bees as they raid and destroy colonies but Devon Wildlife Trust says European hornets are "a beautiful and vital part of our environment".

This is really unfortunate. European hornets are struggling and their persecution is one of the factors behind this recent decline. They help us by helping to keep in check many insect species that gardeners consider to be pests. The charity says it is not always easy to tell the difference between an Asian hornet and its European counterpart so advises anyone who thinks they have found a nest to photograph it and report the find.

The closure news, on signs in the store's window, is expected to "shock some in Exeter". Councillors describe the proposed merger of Dorset Police with Devon and Cornwall as "absurd". Exeter's branch of House of Fraser is to close , signs in its windows say, announcing it is to shut in January and a closing down sale. At the start of the summer, it was reported that the Exeter store would not close, while the larger Plymouth store would. This stance seemed to reflect Exeter's wealthier retail catchment.

Then Mike Ashley of Sports Direct took over. The landlords in Plymouth - the city council and British Land - agreed a month rent deal to keep the Plymouth store open. Curiously, in Exeter, House of Fraser owns most of its building, so whatever the pressures, it is not a simple case of the rent being too high. Exeter's store was once the pinnacle of retail in the city. When Exeter's Princesshay shopping complex opened 11 years ago, House of Fraser was given a makeover to try to keep it competitive.

Previously known as Colsons in the s, the store has remained in the same location in the High Street despite several rebuildings and rebrandings, including Devon department store brand Dingles. Or Colsons before that. It comes after nearly a week of speculation, with the signs saying that the closure will happen in January.

Back in the summer it was thought that the Exeter store might stay open, while the Plymouth store would shut. The chain's Plymouth branch had been earmarked for closure when it went into administration.

It was later saved after the company was bought by Sport Direct. But now the opposite appears to be the case, as new owner Mike Ashley of Sports Direct tries to turn the chain around.

The EFL has apologised after supporters watching the match online saw footage of medical help being given to a man taken ill during Exeter City's win over Stevenage on Tuesday night. The man suffered a cardiac arrest 15 minutes into the match. The game was stopped while he was given treatment. Exeter City manager Matt Taylor says he and everyone at the club hopes the man makes a speedy recovery.

Traffic is coping well. To report traffic and travel incidents dial at any time. Local Democracy Reporting Service. Police trying to encourage people to support a merger of Devon and Cornwall Police with Dorset Police carried out less consultation in Cornwall than they did in the other two counties. Documents that will go before the Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Panel this week show that the police attended 37 public events and meetings in Devon between June and September, 22 in Dorset but just nine in Cornwall.

The figures have been released following widespread criticism in Cornwall over the lack of consultation over the proposed merger and the lack of detail which has been provided about the plans.

The documents also detail the results of a survey, which show a stark difference between how people in Cornwall responded compared to those in Devon and Dorset.

The online survey was completed by 2, people in Cornwall and many fewer agreed or strongly agreed with the statement: Going ahead with the merger will depend on whether the forces' chief constables and commissioners decide to submit a business case to the Home Office for consideration. However, last week that decision was delayed after the Devon and Cornwall Police crime commissioner said she was unlikely to support the merger. Emma Adderley was last seen in the town at about She is described as white, about 5ft 4in 1.

She was last seen wearing a grey jacket, blue jeans, and it's believed she has a burgundy handbag with her. M5 Somerset - M5 lane closed on entry slip road southbound at J26, A38 Wellington , because of a broken down vehicle.

The fire was extinguished and was believed to be an "accidental ignition", Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service added. Firefighters dealt with a large fire involving waste materials, suspected gas cylinders, a diesel tank and an HGV trailer in Woodbury Salterton just before about Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said three fire appliances and an environmental protection unit were called to the scene and, after putting out the fire, monitored hotspots for some time before leaving.

The two police forces are already working together in a number of different areas but last year they announced plans to merge and bring all operations together. However, last week the police said the decision had been delayed, with Devon and Cornwall Police Commissioner PCC Alison Hernandez saying she was unlikely to support the merger as she had concerns about the impact it could have on council tax and the lack of public support for the plans.

She agreed when asked if the merger was " dead in the water ". The merger may not be in the best interest of communities if people have to pay more "but get less or the same" service, Devon and Cornwall Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer previously said.

Wednesday will be a largely cloudy day with some light drizzle in places. The cloud will cover hills at times and it will also be misty around some exposed coasts in the morning.

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His children all died young and having no heirs he thus decided to devote his wealth to philanthropical causes in his native town. The combined school was known as South Molton United School. He also bequeathed income from his estate in the parish of Swimbridge and the income from the rectory of North Molton which he had acquired. A medallion portrait of him hangs from the chain of office of the mayor.

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