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Anyone can become homeless, say ITV Fixers

Becoming homeless can happen to anyone. No-one's more aware of that than Vicky Preik and Kara Revell.

Now they want to get rid of stereotypes of homeless people being 'tramps' with alcohol and drug addictions, Vicky became homeless two years ago after a family relationship breakdown.

Kara ended up living in a tent at the age of 14, borrowing showers and food from friends or family.

They made a film for ITV Fixers

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Multi-million pound revelopment gets go-ahead

A multi million pound redevelopment of land near Didcot Parkway train station WILL go ahead after councillors approved the scheme. There are plans for hundreds of new homes, shops and leisure facilities.

The council say it's an important step in making the town a "bigger and brighter" place, but residents opposed to the proposals say they want something that reflects the local heritage. Penny Silvester reports.

Titanic II project back on track after delays

Titanic II is due to enter service in two years time. Credit: Blue Star Line

Plans for a controversial replica of the Titanic are back on track, according to the company behind the project. Under the original plan, by Australian businessman Clive Palmer, Titanic II was due to sail from Southampton to New York this year, but was delayed. But now the company 'Blue Star Line' says the £500m ship is being built and is due to enter service in two years time.

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