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Teenagers Jack and Aaron Ebanks want to make more people aware of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, as Bristol Children's Hospital launches its first research on the condition.
The brothers aim to reach Birmingham in three and a half days.
The group tasked with delivering the Hinkley Point C nuclear reactors project has launched a scathing attack on the government for delaying the project.
Tim Jones from the Hinkley Strategic Delivery Forum said he was shocked and angry after the government chose to delay signing a deal to build the UK's first nuclear power station for a generation despite energy firm EDF confirming it would go ahead with the project.
Mr Jones said:
"We've been waiting for this project to get off the ground for a very long time. We've got accommodation ready, we've got training packages ready."
"We're just angry that we can't get on. What on earth are our government doing for us?"
In the fifth of our profiles we meet weightlifter Sonny Webster from Bristol who's become Britain's sole male representative in Rio.Read the full story ›
The Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association says the Government need to make a quick decision on Hinkley Point C.Read the full story ›
Four houses in one street have had bricks thrown through their windows and two have had obscene racist graffiti scrawled across the front.Read the full story ›
Theresa May's decision to delay signing the deal is "bewildering and bonkers", the GMB union's national secretary for energy has said.Read the full story ›