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Summary

  1. Commemorations marking 100 years since the Somme begin
  2. Henley Regatta kicks off
  3. Oxford University open day - traffic warnings
  4. Car used by Sir Winston Churchill for campaigning to be auctioned at Blenheim Palace

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  1. That's all from Oxfordshire Live for today

    Many thanks for joining us today, and we'll be back from 08:00 tomorrow with all the latest, news, views, pictures and video from around the county.

    See you then.

  2. Hugh Laurie to get star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

    Hugh Laurie, who's originally from Oxford, has been named among a list of celebrities who'll get their own star on the the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

    Hugh Laurie
    Image caption: Hugh Laurie

    He'll honoured at the famous landmark in Los Angeles next year.  

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    Video caption: Demonstration to express fears over EU referendum result
  4. Weather: Turning cloudier through Thursday with showers

    BBC Weather Watchers

    Much of the evening will remain wet with heavy rain at times and strong winds. Through the night, it will turn drier and clearer from the north with winds gradually easing. Lows of 12C (54F) 

    After a bright start tomorrow with some sunshine, cloud will thicken through the day with showery outbreaks of rain through the afternoon.

    Cloudy skies in Chinnor, from Weather Watcher 'jcm'
    Image caption: Cloudy skies in Chinnor, from Weather Watcher 'jcm'
  5. Oxford United squad returns for pre-season workout

    The Oxford United squad returned for pre-season training today, and were put through their paces at Oxford Brookes University. 

    Oxford United player in pre-season training at Oxford Brookes University

    The VO2 max test was on today's agenda where the players have to sprint on a treadmill for as long as possible.

  6. Wantage Hospital inpatient admissions to end

    Wantage Hospital will close to inpatient admissions from the start of next month, Oxford Health NHS Trust fhas confirmed

    Wantage Hospital
    Image caption: Wantage Hospital

    Plans to close an the hospital completely because of an increased risk of Legionnaires' disease were shelved after pressure from campaigners.

    The trust agreed to keep its midwifery and physiotherapy services open. 

  7. Cat food man 'mistaken for drug dealer'

    Oxford Mail

    A man buying cat food said he felt "embarrassed and humiliated" after police handcuffed him when they suspected he was a drug dealer.  

  8. Soggy start to Henley Royal Regatta

    Visitors watch the rowing from the bank of the Thames during day one of the Henley Royal Regatta

    Soggy start to Henley Royal Regatta

    Umbrellas and Wellington boots may be order of the day as five-day rowing spectacular kicks off, but the wet weather hasn't dampened spirits.

  9. More than 3,000 petrol thefts in Thames Valley

    More than 3,000 people in the Thames Valley region drove off without paying for fuel in the last year. 

    Petrol pump

    The figure is the third highest in the country in a survey of police forces by the consumer site confused.com.

  10. Labour 'needs two leaders' says Oxfordshire MEP

    Oxfordshire's Labour MEP Anneliese Dodds says there needs to be two Labour leaders - one for the Parliamentary party and one for members.

    Anneliese Dodds
    Image caption: Anneliese Dodds

    Her call comes as David Cameron told Jeremy Corbyn to resign as Labour leader, claiming it is not in the national interest for him to continue.

    But Corbyn says quitting would betray all the members that back him. 

    Quote Message: Yes of course there would be conflict between them, but at least it would mean we would have a functioning Parliamentary party and a functioning party outside Parliament. from Annaliese Dodds MEP for the South East England region
    Annaliese DoddsMEP for the South East England region
  11. Man stabbed and robbed in graveyard

    The victim, 34, was approached by a group of men and a woman and kicked to the floor. He had his wallet and phone stolen, received stab wounds to his arms and bruising to his face and body.  

    Man stabbed and robbed in churchyard

    St Mary and St John in Cowley Road

    A man is robbed and repeatedly stabbed in an attack by a group of people as he walked through an Oxford churchyard.

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  12. LISTEN: Radio Oxford visits the Somme

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    Video caption: BBC Radio Oxford visits the graves of those who lost their lives in the Battle of the Somm
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  14. Wet in Henley

    It's the first day of this year's Henley Regatta and it's not only the rowers getting wet. 

    Because of course it's raining and is forecast to stay that way for much of the day.

    Tomorrow's looking a little more positive, however, for day two.

    Henley regatta
  15. Churchill's campaign car to be auctioned

    It's the last of its kind and has an estimated price tag of around £250,000.  

    Churchill's campaign car to be auctioned

    Only eight of the planned 23 Daimler DB18 Drophead Coupes were ever built

    A Daimler DB18 Drophead used by Britain's wartime leader for campaigning, and the only surviving example of its kind, is to be auctioned.

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