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Your News Uxbridge

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Amanda Davies and Matthew Cooke were in Uxbridge to report on the stories, pictures and e-mails that you've sent the BBC over the last week.

Matt went to meet one woman who, for the sake of her dead family, is campaigning against the third runway at Heathrow.

Then, a new e-mail system aims to stop users from sending drunken messages which they may later regret, so we asked the people of Uxbridge if they've ever drunk 'n mailed?

Watch Your News every weekend on the BBC News Channel at 15.30 on Saturday and repeated at 10.30 and 23.30 every Sunday.

This episode of Your News from Uxbridge was first broadcast on the BBC News Channel at 10.30 on 13 August 2008.


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