It's A Knockout 1980
British Domestic Series

Presenters: Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring (not Heat 4)
Referees: Arthur Ellis and Mike Swann
(+ Paul Ridyard, Terry Harland and Christopher Coldrey for Championship Knockout)
International Referee: Gennaro Olivieri (Championship Knockout only)
Scoregirls:
Tracy Dodds, Roz Tranfield and Jean Kelly (a Marilyn Monroe lookalike)

Designer: Stuart Furber
Executive Producer:
Barney Colehan
Producer:
Geoff Wilson
Director:
Tony Harrison
A BBC North West Production

GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 1

Event Staged: Monday 7th April 1980 (Easter Monday)
Venue: The Market Square, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Scotland/Wales):
Friday 9th May 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Scotland (GB/SC): Friday 9th May 1980, 9.25-10.15pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 25th May 1980, 2.30-3.20pm

Teams: Newark v. Ashfield v. Rushcliffe

Team Members included:
Newark - John Emrys-Jones, Lorraine Joyce, Janet Leeson, Tom Pykit;
Ashfield
- John Best, Rita Marsden, Keith Old, Gary Walker;
Rushcliffe - Brian Hughes (Team Coach), Chris Perry (Team Captain), Chris Bukarzer, Penny Howsen, Neil Reeston.

Games: Drunkards, Collecting Ale, Trolley Balance, Water Carriers, Disc Stretch, The Hungry Dogs, See-Saw Bridge and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: Roping the Incline.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 R • Rushcliffe
 N Newark
 A Ashfield

23
23
22

Rushcliffe qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Antibes, France:
staged on Wednesday 21st May 1980

Presenters, Officials and Production Team

Eddie Waring was a little hoarse at this heat, suffering from a severe throat infection. Stuart Hall referred to him as sounding like ‘Old Mother Riley’!

On the evening of Friday 9th May 1980, Tracy Dodds was introduced as one of three new It's A Knockout scoregirls at 7.00pm on BBC1 and then could be seen on rival channel ITV from 8.00pm taking part in the Miss Great Britain beauty contest. Manchester born Tracy had previously won the Miss New Brighton title in 1977, aged just 16. Although she was unsuccessful in the 1980 competition, she returned two years later and was crowned Miss Great Britain 1982. Sadly, her reign lasted just three days, as she was controversially stripped of the title when it was discovered that Tracy had posed for topless photographs just prior to the competition. The title was awarded instead to Vivienne Farnen.

Additional Information

Rushcliffe Council applied to be involved in It's A Knockout in December 1977 and were on the BBC's waiting list for eighteen months before being informed in May 1979 that they had been selected to compete in the first Domestic Heat of 1980.

With the match drawn between the two teams, Newark and Rushcliffe had to play a reserve game tie-breaker to decide the result. In this instance, the tie-break task was to build a human pyramid. Rushcliffe completed their structure in just 13 seconds and were declared the heat winners.

In the week leading up to the transmission of this heat, the BBC TV listings magazine Radio Times ran an article entitled Newark! Newark! to publicise the start of the new series. What is interesting is that journalist Willis Hall appears have been led to believe that the prize on offer from this first 1980 Domestic Heat was a trip for the winners to Jeux Sans Frontières at Arbois, France, near the Swiss Border. The International Heat in question was held in Antibes, France and the Newark Domestic Heat was staged a month prior to transmission, and Antibes is clearly shown on the scoreboard as the planned venue. We can only assume that this was an error on the part of Radio Times, possibly generated by an error in a press release from the It's A Knockout production office. There is of course the possibility that Arbois was at one point under consideration as the French town to host the opening International Heat of 1980 and that Antibes was second in line.

Ashfield, Newark and Rushcliffe were created under the Local Government Act 1972. Ashfield includes the towns of Hucknall, Kirkby-in-Ashfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield. Newark (known as Newark and Sherwood since 1996) includes the towns of Balderton and Newark-on-Trent. Rushcliffe includes the towns of East Bridgford, West Bridgford and Radcliffe-on-Trent.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 2

Event Staged: Sunday 13th April 1980
Venue: Bodlondeb Park, Conwy, Gwynedd, Wales

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Scotland/Wales):
Friday 16th May 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Scotland (GB/SC): Friday 16th May 1980, 10.15-11.05pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 1st June 1980, 2.40-3.30pm

Teams: Aberconwy v. Delyn v. Rhuddlan

Team Members included:
Rhuddlan -
Peter Roberts.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd
3rd

 R • Rhuddlan
 D Delyn
 A Aberconwy

27
22
20

Rhuddlan qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Vilamoura, Portugal:
staged on Tuesday 27th May 1980

Additional Information

Aberconwy, Delyn and Rhuddlan were all created under the Local Government Act 1972. Aberconwy included the towns of Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno and Penmaenmawr. Delyn included the towns of Flint, Holywell and Mold. Rhuddlan included the towns of Prestatyn, Rhyl and St. Asaph. All three local authorities were abolished in 1996.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 3

Event Staged: Sunday 27th April 1980
Venue: Wicksteed Leisure Park, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Wales):
Friday 23rd May 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 8th June 1980, 3.30-4.20pm

Teams: Kettering v. Corby v. Watford

Team Members included:
Kettering - Kate Blissett, Jeanette Butterfield, Roger Davies, Ian Dunns, Alan Fosbrook, Rowley Furness, Clive Hawkins, Peter Norton, Janet Smith, Jane Tight, Susan Wager and Chris Wilds;
Corby -
Lynn Campbell, Morris Carroll, David Crooks, Charles LaVene, Mikhail Lubonicz and John Murray;
Watford - Roy Brown (Team Captain), Julia Barnard, Derek Barnett, Eddie Braley, Martin Chant, Julia Collins, Ann Fusey, Jacqueline Howard, Gary Hunt, Derek Moore, Steve Osman, Diana Reed, Eddie Rooley, Kim Santer, John Williams, Robert Williams and Andrew Wood.

Games: Rolling Board, Dice Roll, Threading the Needles, Stilted Boots, Water Carousel, Musical Dogs, Pool Swing and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: Inclined Basketball.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 K • Kettering
 W Watford
 C Corby

24
23
18

Kettering qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Portorož, Yugoslavia:
staged on Tuesday 10th June 1980

The Venue

Kettering, Northamptonshire

The venue for this heat - Wicksteed Park - was Europe’s first and largest free Leisure park in the Common Market (European Union) at the time of recording. Covering over 160 acres, it was bequeathed to the people of Kettering by the Wicksteed family in 1916.

Presenters, Officials and Production Team

Three forms of transport were used to bring the presenters, teams, scoregirls and referees into the arena. Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring arrived on ‘The Mississippi Queen’, a replica paddle-steamer used on the park’s lake, the teams arrived on a miniature railway which encircles the park, pulled by ‘Cheyenne’ again a replica of an original larger steam engine, and the scoregirls and referees arrived in a 1910 Bakery Van decked out in the livery of ‘Henry Barlow Family Steam Bakery’ which was celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.

Additional Information

The Watford manager made a team change on the Marathon which ultimately cost them the contest. This year, as had been previously, the Marathon was played three times with each team competing twice, and most teams kept the same team members throughout. However in this heat, the Watford team changed both team members in its second round and really struggled to achieve any score. With the scores at Watford 18, Kettering 17 and Corby 12 before the start of the final round, Kettering took command (just as it had on its first round) and scored the 6 pts, with Corby scoring 4 pts and Watford receiving just 2 pts. This meant that the Kettering team was in an unbeatable position leading the contest by 3 pts. However, Watford went on to win the last game and Kettering came third. This again goes to prove how much a small decision had on the outcome of contests!

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 4

Event Staged: Saturday 3rd May 1980
Venue: Recreation Ground Tennis Courts, Portrush,
County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Wales):
Friday 30th May 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 15th June 1980, 3.35-4.35pm

Guest Presenter: Mary Peters, athlete (Eddie Waring absent)

Teams: Coleraine v. North Down v. Strabane

Team Members included:
Coleraine - David Blair, Helen Charteris, Linda Elliott, Trevor Gillan, Nicola Henry, John Mallows, Gary Moran, Renee Stewart;
North Down - Barbara Herman, Lawrence Patterson, Russell Wether;
Strabane - Christopher Cook, Aileen Doherty, Deirdre Hoares, Gina Mays, ‘Milky’ McGowan, Adrian McLoughlin.

Games: Ski Trolleys, Sheriffs of Nottingham, Truck Push and Disc Stack, Stepping Stones, Raft Balance, Scootering Gruffs, Grappling Hooks and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: The Revolving Pole.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 C • Coleraine
 S Strabane
 D North Down

28
22
20

Coleraine qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Fribourg, Switzerland:
staged on Wednesday 25th June 1980

The Games in Detail

Game 7 - Grappling Hooks

The seventh game of this heat - 'Grappling Hooks' - involved two team members atop metal scaffolding, and the idea was to swing a grappling hook attached to a rope across the gap to another piece of scaffolding, so that it would hold in place whilst one of the team shimmied across. On reaching the other side, the team member had to catch the remaining rope from his colleague and secure it so that he could do the same. On his arrival, the rope was to be released and pulled across to them so that the next scaffolding could be attempted. Strabane went first and only got to the second scaffold. However, when Coleraine started, the team was just slipping the rope around a small vertical end piece of the upright of the scaffold. Stuart Hall announced that he thought that the rope had to be attached to the horizontal beam of the scaffolding (this obviously took more time to attach), and the team finished the course in record time. Before the announcement of the result, the Strabane team coach appealed to referee Arthur Ellis that Coleraine had clearly broken the rules of the game. However, the result was upheld and Arthur Ellis stated that, “There was no question about it, the team had used the equipment to the best of their advantage”.

Additional Information

This was the first time a domestic It’s A Knockout heat had been held on a Saturday since the Northern Ireland qualifiers in 1969. The original scheduled date of Sunday 4th May 1980 was rejected by the local council due to it being a Holy Day. The local council removed all fences and netting from the tennis courts to allow the public seating to be erected and for the filming to take place.

North Down was created under the Local Government (Northern Ireland) Act 1973, and includes the towns of Bangor and Holywood.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 5

Event Staged: Sunday 11th May 1980
Venue: Castle Howard, Malton, North Yorkshire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Wales):
Friday 6th June 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 22nd June 1980, 2.40-3.30pm

Teams: Bridlington and North Wolds v. Ryedale v. Scarborough

Team Members included:
Bridlington and North Wolds - Nigel Butterworth, Mark Fenton, Brian Gallagher, Caroline Gallagher, Dawn Holdsworth, Jean Hyde, Adrian Thompson, Valerie Wilkinson, Walter Wilkinson;
Ryedale - Catherine Bonney, Stuart Dawson, Susan Dick, Paul Elliott, Gary Johnson, Richard Johnson, Penny Mittley, Brian ‘Wizzy’ Wood;
Scarborough - Carol Buckley, Ian Cherry, Lou Crichlow, David Fletcher, Tony Holden, Christopher Ledley, David Tessart, Brian Whittey.

Games: The Drunkards, Up and Under, Sand Trucks, Grand National Carousel, Gruffs Tag Match, Ball Strike, Balloon Burst (originally Game 5) and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: The Hoop Ladder.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 B+W • Bridlington and North Wolds
 S Scarborough
 R Ryedale

24
23
19

Bridlington and North Wolds qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Martina Franca, Italy:
staged on Wednesday 9th July 1980

Presenters, Officials and Production Team

Former 1978/79 scoregirl Debra Windass made an appearance as a mermaid mascot of the Bridlington and North Wolds team. On winning their Joker game, she was immediately thrown into the fountain at Castle Howard. Debra had also been a member of the 1977 Beverley It’s A Knockout team, and also returned next year as a scoregirl in Heat 2 of the domestic series! An impressive It’s A Knockout career.

Additional Information

Although appearing as 'Bridlington' on screen, the team was representing the local area of North Wolds. The team’s T-shirts and tracksuits clearly displayed 'Bridlington & North Wolds', not only in this heat, but also when the team went to It’s a Championship Knockout and to Martina Franca in July.

Game 7 of this heat was actually Game 5 originally. The game involved three large 15ft high cylindrical nets full of balloons, and the idea of the game was that two blindfolded team members would enter the net from the top and burst all the balloons. However, on the afternoon of recording, the bottom of the Scarborough net came loose from its base and many of the balloons escaped onto the arena and could not be burst. As a re-run was not possible for the team straight away (more balloons were needed immediately), it was decided to re-run the game completely as soon as the net was fixed. However, the original start to this game was never broadcast, and this is the reason the games structure in this heat is different to the other six heats in the series.

Bridlington and North Wolds team member Walter Wilkinson was famous back in 1964 by becoming the first athlete from the North of England to break the four-minute mile, which had been predominantly achieved by athletes from the South. He attained this feat at the Stretford racetrack in Manchester.

North Wolds and Ryedale were both created under the Local Government Act 1972. North Wolds included the towns of Bridlington, Driffield and Pocklington, but was abolished in 1996. Ryedale includes the towns of Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside, Malton and Pickering.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 6

Event Staged: Sunday 18th May 1980
Venue: Leatherhead Leisure Centre, Leatherhead, Surrey, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Wales):
Friday 13th June 1980, 6.55-7.45pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 29th June 1980, 2.40-3.30pm

Teams: Bracknell v. Hertsmere v. Mole Valley

Team Members included:
Bracknell - Dennis Lansley (Team Captain), Michael Bond, Caroline Clarke, Terri Irvine and Martin Scarterfield;
Hertsmere - John Clews (Team Captain), Gail Allen, Tony Butcher, Jennifer Harwood, David Sanders, Helen Shearer, Christopher Warren, Dave Weston, Linda Whiteley;
Mole Valley - Caroline Day, Richard Escott, David Mitchell, Fiona Pankhurst, Richard Piggott and Stuart Trussler.

Games: Gruffs Collecting Bones, Rope Climb Over Pool, Cranked Boots Football, Landing on the Mountain, Oval Drum Roll, Slippery Slope, Wheelbarrow Carousel and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: The Flour Tubes.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 B • Bracknell
 H Hertsmere
 M Mole Valley

24
22
21

Bracknell qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Diest, Belgium:
staged on Wednesday 27th August 1980

Presenters, Officials and Production Team

Stuart Hall, Eddie Waring, Arthur Ellis, Mike Swann and the three scoregirls all arrived in the arena in actor Oliver Reed’s £68,000 Panther Deville car.

Additional Information

The first game involved the Gruffs in an elimination game. The idea of the game was for opposing team members to throw bones down the course, and then the Gruffs were to run down and pick up their respective numbered bones and come back to their podiums. But the rules stated that the bones had to be thrown within the limits of the course. Hertsmere which was Bracknell’s adversary, threw the bone out of the course limits on the first two runs, and the Bracknell team’s Gruff did not even have to compete, as its place in the next rounds of the game had already been secured!

Although strictly a town in itself, the Bracknell team was actually representing its local district, which was created under the Local Government Act 1972. It included the towns of Bracknell, Crowthorne, Sandhurst and Winkfield. The local authority was renamed Bracknell Forest in 1996. Bracknell Forest would go on to participate in the revival series of It’s A Knockout in 1999.

Bracknell team member Terri Irvine was goalkeeper for Aylesbury Town F.C. Ladies’ Team as well as for the England Team!

Both Hertsmere and Mole Valley were also created under the Local Government Act 1972. Hertsmere includes the towns of Borehamwood, Bushey, Elstree and Potters Bar and Mole Valley includes the towns of Dorking and Leatherhead.

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GB

It's A Knockout 1980

Heat 7

Event Staged: Sunday 1st June 1980
Venue: Cliff Park, Seaburn, Tyne and Wear, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB exc. Wales):
Friday 20th June 1980, 7.00-7.50pm
BBC1 Wales (CYM): Sunday 6th July 1980, 2.40-3.30pm

Teams: Gateshead v. Newcastle-upon-Tyne v. Sunderland

Team Members included:
Gateshead -
Jim Atkinson, David Aywin, Steve Barrett, Diane Bell, Angela Corbett, Ian Hornby, Terry Lewis, Dave Roberts, Debbie Ross, George Skidmore, Ian Westwood, Anne Wilson;
Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Fergus Donaldson, Kevin Ford, Phil Forsyth, Susan Gipson, Christine Hutchinson, Jane Vasey, John Waterlow;
Sunderland - Richard Pitts (Team Captain), Jean Applegar, Charlie Bentley, Tony Carlisle, Roy Davison, John Debraskey, Ross Edwards, Vivian Holmes, Adrian Kelth, Kevin Youdan.

Games: The Drunkards, Carousel Football, Hoop Swing, Raft Swing, Suction Cups, Gruffs and Beach Balls, Rocking Disc Balance and The Stepped Dirigible;
Marathon: The Monks Crossing.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
2nd
3rd

 G • Gateshead
 S Sunderland
 N Newcastle-upon-Tyne

27
22
17

Gateshead qualified for Jeux Sans Frontières at Coburg, West Germany:
staged on Wednesday 3rd September 1980

Arun qualified as hosts of Jeux Sans Frontières at Arundel, Great Britain:
staged on Wednesday 23rd July 1980

Additional Information

The opening introduction was made by members of Sunderland’s North Wings Parachute Team, who all landed on a cross in the arena.

Sunderland’s team captain Richard Pitts was a member of Sunderland F.C.’s F.A. Cup winning side of 1973, and their team mascot was an 8-year old boy called Stuart Hall!

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Teams Qualifying for Domestic Final

Team Colour

 Team Qualifying Heat / International Destination Position Points
A  Arun - GB - -
BRA

 Bracknell

6 B 1 24
BRI

 Bridlington and North Wolds

5 I 1 24
C  Coleraine 4 CH 1 28
G  Gateshead 7 D 1 27
K

 Kettering

3 YU 1 24
RH  Rhuddlan 2 P 1 27
RU  Rushcliffe 1 F 1 23
 

GB

It's A Championship Knockout 1980

Domestic Final

Event Staged: Sunday 15th June 1980
Venue: Arena North, Park Hall, Charnock Richard, Lancashire, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Saturday 2nd August 1980, 7.00-8.15pm

Theme: Domestic Re-run

Teams: Arun v. Bracknell v. Bridlington and North Wolds v.
Coleraine v. Gateshead v. Kettering v. Rhuddlan v. Rushcliffe

Team Members included:
Arun - Martin Eley (Team Captain), Jan Barnes, Brian Duffield, Erica Ellicot, Mike Fairs, Aileen Fletcher, Sally Groome, Penny McDougal, Graham Nicholson, Graham Oldrieve, Jennie Puttock, Peter Simmonds, Jeff Tidiman, Jeremy Tribe, Trevor Upton, Nigel Warr;
Bracknell - Dennis Lansley (Team Captain), Michael Bond, Caroline Clarke, Terri Irvine, Martin Scarterfield;
Bridlington and North Wolds - Nigel Butterworth, Mark Fenton, Brian Gallagher, Caroline Gallagher, Dawn Holdsworth, Jean Hyde, Adrian Thompson, Valerie Wilkinson, Walter Wilkinson
Coleraine - David Blair, Helen Charteris, Linda Elliott, Trevor Gillan, Nicola Henry, John Mallows, Gary Moran, Renee Stewart;
Gateshead - Jim Atkinson, David Aywin, Steve Barrett, Diane Bell, Angela Corbett, Ian Hornby, Terry Lewis, Dave Roberts, Debbie Ross, George Skidmore, Ian Westwood, Anne Wilson;
Kettering - Kate Blissett, Jeanette Butterfield, Roger Davies, Ian Dunns, Alan Fosbrook, Rowley Furness, Clive Hawkins, Peter Norton, Janet Smith, Jane Tight, Susan Wager, Chris Wilds;
Rushcliffe - Chris Bukarzer, Penny Howsen, Neil Reeston.

Games: Dogs Up Slope, Coconut Shy, Barrel Jump, Through the Hoops, Biting the Apples, Beam Across Pool, Pole Climb and Finding the Bones;
Marathon: Balloon into Mouth.

Game Results and Standings

Games

Team/
Colour
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 MAR 8
Points Scored
(Joker games shown in red)
A 4 8 1 4 1 5 --- 8 3
BRA 2 3 6 7 --- 3 3 5 1
BRI --- 8 3 8 6 4 3 2 4
C 1 6 --- 1 6 3 12 5 1
G --- 4 5 7 2 14 3 1 5
K 6 5 4 2 4 11 --- 7 8
RH 3 2 --- 3 9 1 4 3 6
RU 5 1 3 5 --- 6 12 6 7
Running Totals
(Leading teams shown in red)
A 4 12 13 17 18 23 23 31 34
BRA 2 5 11 18 18 21 24 29 30
BRI 0 8 11 19 25 29 32 34 38
C 1 7 7 8 14 17 29 34 35
G 0 4 9 16 18 32 35 36 41
K 6 11 15 17 21 32 32 39 47
RH 3 5 5 8 17 18 22 25 31
RU 5 6 9 14 14 20 32 38 45

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th

 K • Kettering
 RU • Rushcliffe
 G • Gateshead
 BRI • Bridlington and North Wolds
 C • Coleraine
 A • Arun
 RH • Rhuddlan
 BRA • Bracknell

47
45
41
38
35
34
31
30

Presenters, Officials and Production Team

Team doctor Cees Kloos and British presenter Stuart Hall had taken time out from their commitments in the Portuguese International Heat in May to help a badly injured nine year old boy from Stourbridge. Paul Spencer, who had fractured his skull in a fall from a 12 foot diving platform at a hotel near the marina venue, had been tended to by Kloos and Hall, who had kept him breathing until they had got him to hospital. The boy's heart had stopped twice, but Kloos had been able to revive him. In the three weeks since the incident, Paul had recovered sufficiently to return home with his family, and Hall invited him and his family to the Championship Knockout at Charnock Richard. Within seconds of meeting them, Hall revealed that he had arranged for the family to return to the Algarve in September for a week-long holiday at his expense. A remarkable gesture.

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