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Sailor about to get into deep water in NorfolkSchool Reporters at Cliff Park High School in Great Yarmouth are getting set to interview around the world sailor Rachel Pryce. As part of the Australian crew, her boat won a race the year before last and she was involved in some of the legs of the race. Pupils will ask her about her ambitions and what is most difficult about living on a boat for weeks on end.
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‘Marginal Bath seat could prove vital for Tories in General Election’ Theresa MayThe Prime Minister has visited Bath as she fights to keep hold of a Conservative majority in the south west18:35, 31 MAY 2017Updated19:46, 31 MAY 2017Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBath could play a vital part in the Conservative’s bid to hold onto their majority in the lead up to the General Election.Prime Minister Theresa May visited Cross Manufacturing, based in Odd Down, on Tuesday (May 31) with a message for south west voters.She had spent the morning in Plymouth and visited the Royal Bath and West showground before heading to Bath for the afternoon.Her visit came 24 hours after the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond visited the city.Police oversee the Bath protest as Theresa May visits the cityOnce inside she addressed the Cross Manufacturing workforce and assembled media and said south west votes will be “vitally important”.Mrs May told the Bath Chronicle: “All of us, not just me and the Chancellor but other members of the cabinet and party, are getting out round about the country getting to seats of various types, talking to different communities across the country about the crucial choice that is faced at the next election.”If you look at the 2015 election the south west gave my party 15 more seats. The simple maths is if we lose six seats here we lose our majority.”Escaped prisoner considered ‘armed and dangerous’ after fleeing from guards at hospitalThe Prime Minister was also asked about why Bath, which voted remain in last year’s EU referendum, should back the Tories again after its EU supporting MP ultimately voted for Brexit.Mrs May said: “They made that choice (to leave the EU). Yes of course people voted differently in that referendum but they made that choice and overall they wanted us to leave the EU.