"Eight years will never be enough for my wife", hear from the Wiltshire man after the speeding drink-driver who caused the death of his wife Diane Wright was given eight years behind bars.
There are claims the horsemeat scandal could be good for farmers in Wiltshire, a beef farmer is off to the NFU Conference to question the boss of Tesco on what new safeguards supermarkets plan to bring in.
And they've looked after children of the rich and famous for more than 100 years. "Norland Nannies" are highly sought after all over the world and still wear traditional tailored uniforms. Find out why they're now having to undertake high-speed driving courses to protect the children in their care.
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