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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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A warning about elderly people losing their life savings

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to a growing army of scammers in Lincolnshire and the

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It's become an addiction, he's now in the state where every day,

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he's out at the front of the house, three or four times

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After the sacking of Mike Phelan, the search for a new head coach

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The crew accused of running a cocaine smuggling operation

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They refused to pay for permits, now residents in Grimsby

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complain they can't park outside their own homes.

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If you move, you can't come back in the street.

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And the new pilots who say they're living their childhood dream

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I called 24-hour to convert all change on Friday, join me for the --

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a cold 24 hours to come but all change on Friday, join me for the

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forecast. There are warnings that thousands

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of people in Lincolnshire, many of them elderly,

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could lose their savings and even their homes because they're

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being targeted by postal The number of people in the County

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who've fallen victim has risen by almost 50% to more than 2,000

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in the last year alone. Trading Standards say it's

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becoming a huge problem, especially for the elderly,

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the vulnerable and the lonely. Our Political reporter

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Sharon Edwards has more. Bogus lotteries, fake psychics,

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Kate Cifildi from Spalding says her You fill in an order form

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and you send them money. Then they tell you that

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you are going to go into a draw. He is now in the state

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where every day he is out at the front of the house,

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three or four times The gentleman in receipt of this

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mail has been known to get up He like many others has

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found himself on a list being passed between fraudsters,

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a list of people particularly vulnerable and it just results

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in more and more mail. Over the past year Trading Standards

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in Lincolnshire has been working to a list of 1,500 identified

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victims of mail marketing scams. But during that time the list has

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grown to more than 2,000. That includes those targeted over

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the Internet and telephone. Some are spending up

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to ?700 a month. But they say these figures

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are the tip of the iceberg and are visiting victims to try

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and get them to stop. Ultimately, people can end

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up without any money, without their home, in care and it

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does happen in Lincolnshire. This man's mother, also

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living in Lincolnshire, has been scammed and he is calling

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for a bigger police response. The police have got to accept

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that this is a major crime. Each ?15, ?20, ?30 cheque

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is a tiny amount of money in the police's terms,

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I understand that. Actually when you add all this lot

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together this is happening 9.4 billion going out

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of the country. That's going towards trafficking,

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towards drugs, towards terrorism. These scams are orchestrated

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by gangs of criminals often working abroad but the individual

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impact is huge. Joining me now is Marilyn Baldwin,

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whose mother Jessica She is joining us now, good evening.

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Good evening. You have had first-hand experience about this,

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how dangerous is it? It is very dangerous and very serious and very

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endemic. My mother was picked him and was targeted by postal fraud 15

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years ago, -- she was a victim, she spent the last five years of her

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life reading, writing and responding to scams. She became so brainwashed

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that the family could not make a see reason. She was not diagnosed with

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having any mental incapacity and she continued to be scammed until she

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died. Is it unfair to call this almost an addiction? It is not an

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addiction because what these criminals are doing is they are

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posing as a whole host of additional characters, some of the scams are

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clairvoyant scams, they are threatening harm to the family. It

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is not an addiction if someone is sending them money every week to

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protect themselves. So why do you think so many people are falling

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prey to these? The old saying is, if it looks too good to be true, it

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probably is, and I'm surprised that people do not pick up on that.

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Modern technology has made mailing lists readily available to

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everybody, and these criminals will work from mailing lists that

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categorise people as being elderly or vulnerable in some way, living on

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their own breed, so they know exactly who they are going for. They

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are -- living on their own or bereaved, they know they are going

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to people who are overly trusting or who are in the early stage of

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dementia. These crimes are silent because most people do not recognise

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they are being scammed. Advice of people who think they are being

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scammed, or think their parents may be being scammed, is what? The first

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point of call is trading standards, they are doing some fantastic work

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around scams, but in the long-term, the government needs to recognise

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the scale of the problem that it is, and get help for victims who, like

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my mother, cannot recognise they are being scammed even though they are

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accessing all the help available to them.

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Less than 24 hours after sacking Head Coach Mike Phelan, Hull City

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could be about to replace him with their first

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The club say they hope to have the new man in place

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Phelan was dismissed after almost three months in the job,

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following a dismal set of results which has seen them fall

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Our Sports Reporter Matt Dean is at the KCOM Stadium.

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Good evening, well, given that table position of Hull city and the fact

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they have gone eight games without a win, probably not. But performances

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have been good recently, but the team's inability to match the

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performances with points of Medlycott Mike Phelan his job last

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night. -- ultimately cost Mike Phelan his job.

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Nobody has won in this, nobody has won whatsoever.

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Everyone in the city of Hull has had a feeling

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Including the club's greatest ever captain.

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They've made a decision on results, and it's a results business.

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I think he had the backing of the changing room

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I think the lads liked him, I think morale was pretty good,

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even though they'd been struggling for results.

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So a difficult one to take, really, for all the fans.

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But ultimately he's been sacked, he's got to move forward.

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The signings he got at the end of August weren't earth-shattering.

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He spent the budget, none of those players have

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So the decision to sack him now just reflects badly on the owners,

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because they appointed him in the first place and

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they haven't backed him in the transfer market at all.

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In almost two years at the club, Mike Phelan's time

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Appointing in February 2015, as Steve Bruce's assistant,

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he was placed in temporary charge in July after Bruce resigned

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after the club's return to the Premier League.

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In August, a shock start with three wins in league and cup saw Phelan

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Before he was eventually confirmed as head coach in October.

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But their winless run by the turn of the year brought his time

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at the club to an end, sparking speculation today

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The former Olympiakos boss Marco Silva has emerged

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as a strong favourite, whilst the firm former Birmingham

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city manager Gary Rowett had been linked earlier today,

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but there has been no approach for his services.

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One football expert thinks it'll take more than a change of head

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coach to keep Hull City in the Premier League.

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Managerial change tends not to really make too

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much of a difference, particularly when they have

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the control of the dressing room which I think is the case

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So they need to make some really smart decisions about how they might

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strengthen the squad in January, probably need to be gambling

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a little bit and spending 30, maybe even ?40 million to strengthen

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the squad because the benefit of retaining your Premier League

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It remains to be seen if any money is made available

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The club says they hope to make an appointment ahead of the weekend.

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In the last hour and a half, the vice-chairman of Hull city has

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issued a statement by the club's website, saying that after a great

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amount of consideration, they took the decision to part company with

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Mike Phelan. He says, we sit bottom of the Premier League table and I

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thought now was the right time to give this club and squad of players

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fresh approach and a chance to retain its Premier League status.

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BBC radio Humberside are debating this right now.

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Let us know what you think of this story.

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Have the owners of Hull City made the right decision

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Marco Silva is already installed as the bookies'

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A court has heard how a former P crew member bragged to an undercover

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officer that he'd earned ?100,000 from smuggling cocaine

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The jury was told how Edward Tron planned to adapt a high visibility

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Kate Sweeting has been at Hull crown court.

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The court heard how 51-year-old Edward Tron described his life as a

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dream when he was earning more than ?100,000 allegedly smuggling cocaine

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into the UK on the pride of Hull from Rotterdam. The jury was played

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in secret filming from inside and undercover officer's car in which

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Edward Tron allegedly confesses to repeatedly smuggling drugs. The

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court heard that he was earning ?30,000 as ship steward, but that he

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banked ?138,000 in four years, and it is claimed these were the

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proceeds of smuggling cocaine which he simply walked off the ferry with,

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unchecked by customs officers. He is on trial along with another former

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P employee, Mark Quilliam, seen here covering his face. The two are

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at queues to conspiring to import cocaine. Edward Tron's wife, Susan,

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is also a on trial for laundering her husband's money. All three deny

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the charges and the trial continues. Northern train staff are to vote

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on taking strike action Rail union the RMT says

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they received a lower pay offer than those working in other areas

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of the rail industry. Northern, which runs

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services through our area, says it's offered workers

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a guaranteed, above inflation, pay rise over the next

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three or four years, and is disappointed

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by the union's reaction. An order to house poultry

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indoors has been extended It came into force last month

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following an outbreak of bird flu Last month, thousands of turkeys

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either died or had to be culled after the disease was found

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at Austen Fen Farm near Louth. People living in Grimsby say parking

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on the streets where they live has A group of householders in Grimsby

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has said ?80 to pay for parking is too much. They claim there is

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nowhere for them to park and the opening of a new office development

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will make things worse. Christine has lived in this

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street near Grimsby town She's now got a problem,

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though, parking. The problem started after the cost

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of residence permits was hiked from ?15 to ?80 in 2013,

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so streets like these rejected them. Since we lost our permits,

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when the ?80 increase If you move, you can't

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come back in the street. You can't park, people

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won't want to come and live here. It's difficult for elderly people,

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it's difficult for young families, difficult to bring your shopping

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home. That ?80 price tag in

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North East Lincolnshire is more than the ?52 charged

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for a residents' permit in Lincoln, Some in Grimsby now feel

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priced out of permits, just as local business developments

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like the prominent Cartergate People are deciding, well,

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we don't want to pay for car parking spaces,

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we'll park in residence areas, that means residents have

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problems getting in and out, I would like to see people get

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back their parking space scheme, but only pay a reduced rate similar

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to what it was in the past. North East Lincolnshire Council sent

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us a statement saying the Cartergate development is very important

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for Lincoln's economy, and saying there is plenty

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of parking available in the area. It told us, though, that nobody

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has the right to park outside their own home,

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although there is still a residence only parking permit scheme available

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if people want to apply for it. It says the old scheme, though,

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had become unaffordable as it was highly subsidised,

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which is why the pricing These residents say

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that's not good enough. They want a cheap rate

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for parking where they live. This is another story

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we'd like your views on. Do you have sympathy

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with the people who live around They want the right to park

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on their own street but they say ?85 There is the e-mail and the text

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number, and if you have a story that you think we should know about, let

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us know. Still ahead tonight:

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Could beavers make a return And the pilots who say they're

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living their childhood dream Keep your photos coming in,

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tonight's is from messing. Another photo tomorrow night. Even you

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should not show a weather graphics with a picture of Christmas Eve when

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it is not Christmas Eve, even you are not that bad. I saw that and I

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thought, I bet you would not to a have a go at Keeley like you would

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at me! Cold and frosty tonight, a few

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showers in coastal areas, a bit of a wintry flavour. It is says they's

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chart, a ridge of high pressure, for many of us, it looks like a fine and

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sunny day. All change on Friday as the Atlantic winds come through and

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we see cloud and rain and wind coming in from the West. The latest

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satellite picture shows you where the wind is coming from, it is

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northerly, pulling the clouds down from the north, and I think the

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skies in eastern parts will be quite cloudy at first night. That is thick

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enough to produce a few showers. A little bit of wintry mess if those

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showers clip into Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, the main problem in

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eastern parts will be that of ice. Further west, widespread frost,

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rural temperatures down to minus three degrees.

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Tomorrow morning, one or two showers possible along the coast, running

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into Norfolk. Elsewhere a lovely start, the wind will become light

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and variable so many of us will see clear blue skies, especially as we

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head through the course of the afternoon. Temperatures struggling,

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maximum temperatures tomorrow around for Celsius, 39 Fahrenheit. We will

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quickly go back into our frost tomorrow night evening. It turns wet

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and windy from the West over Friday, mildly at the weekend, cloudy and

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dry, nine or mildly at the weekend, cloudy and

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dry, nine or 10 degrees. Lots of people told me that you were filming

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around the corner from my flat but you never said hello. I think you

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had another appointment. The line has gone dead! See you tomorrow.

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Centuries ago they were a common site in the British countryside,

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but the beaver was hunted to extinction.

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Now it's being reintroduced in parts of Scotland,

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But could it ever return to Yorkshire and to Beverley

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which gets its name from the furry mammal?

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Our Environment Correspondent Paul Murphy has been to investigate.

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New projects in Devon and Scotland have reintroduced this

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The beaver was once a familiar sight on the lakes and rivers

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of East Yorkshire, thriving in their thousands

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By the 16th century they had been hunted to extinction,

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This was a commercial fish farm, it had 90 ponds across the site.

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East Yorkshire wildlife expert Jon Traill has his doubts

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that the creature would survive if it was returned to the county

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East Yorkshire, indeed, did have beavers but you need

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When they were here, we are talking a long, long time ago.

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The landscape of East Yorkshire was vastly different to today.

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There are still some areas of East Yorkshire that

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have that relic habitat, and we're here on our nature

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reserve, and we're trying to recreate habitats like this

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wetland, but the big thing that would be a limiting factor

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for beavers in East Yorkshire is the lack of woodland.

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This wooded corner called Burton Bushes is all that is left

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of a woodland that once surrounded Beverley.

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The trees were used for shipbuilding and for housing and so the beaver

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lost its habitat, even here in the town which

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Beverley-based historian Barbara English says hunting

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also played a big part in the beavers' demise.

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All through the Middle Ages they used some sort

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of special scent gland stuff that they got from beavers.

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They used it for medicine and later on for cosmetics and also beaver

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fur was very desirable because it was a large

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The reintroduced beaver continues to thrive in parts of the country

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But after a 500-year absence, it's return

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A stranded seal pup's been rescued on the banks of the Humber.

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The underweight seal was rescued from Victoria Dock with help

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from Humberside Fire and Rescue and the RSPCA.

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Works from some of the world's most prominent artists are on display

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at the University of Hull as part of the City of Culture year.

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Lines of Thought, in partnership with the British Museum,

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will feature 70 drawings spanning 500 years.

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The exhibition can be seen free of charge until the end of February.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch after we told

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you about the disappointment expressed after Johnny Johnson,

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the last surviving British veteran of the Dambusters was ignored

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There have been calls for him to be knighted for his role in the raids

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which flew out of RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire and

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Campaigners have written to the Prime Minister

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I shall feel honoured if I do get it.

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It won't be just for me, it won't be for me at all.

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It will be for the squadron, and for the, those who gave

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We had a lots of comments on this, here are just a few.

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We will continue to follow that story and if there are any

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developers, we will let you know. The two newest Red Arrows pilots say

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that flying the famous jets Flight Lieutenants Toby Keeley

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and Dan Lowes have just started their winter training at RAF

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Scampton, alongside Flight Lieutenant Chris Lyndon-Smith

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who has re-joined the team. The Red Arrows, back training in the

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skies above Lincolnshire. And flying the famous jets, two new pilots, and

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one who has been here before. I have always wanted to come back but

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normally that is not possible. But with the red arrows doing a tour to

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the Far East, and promoting British industry, they have cut short the

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training period that it made sense to help out the training. The team

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is known for its breathtaking stunts at high speed, as this footage from

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their recent overseas tour shows. How do the newest recruits feel

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about learning to do this? This is the first time we have had a go at

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it, if today was our first time and today was our first time as a four

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so you have got the wake of spontaneity making sure you were in

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a right place at the other aircraft. It is fantastic, to see the aircraft

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next see with smoke on comedy dream come true. Flying my first will be

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incredible, and then getting my red suit and getting to the British

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public, I cannot wait to be on the road during the summer. They appear

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at the country's biggest events, like last summer's National Armed

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Forces Day in Cleethorpes. 2017 is inspected to be another busy year.

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As well as a packed schedule of displayed, it is hoped they are

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performing here at RAF 's captain, home to Lincolnshire's new airshow

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which are taking place in September. But first the team will go through

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months of training before they earn the right to wear their red suits

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ready for summer shows. Good luck for their new season and

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we will get plenty of pictures during the course of the year. When

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it was announced, it seemed like a long time ago, but the airshow is

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actually this year in Lincolnshire, looking forward to that.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines.

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Britain's top EU diplomat launches a stinging attack on government

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A warning about elderly people losing their life

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savings to a growing army of scammers in Lincolnshire.

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Tomorrow's weather, any coastal showers soon dying out,

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We were talking about the sacking of Mike Phelan, as the head coach of

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Hull city, and the response coming in, Simon says, I am gutted, he was

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a legend, I will always be a Hull city supporter. And Elliott says,

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why do clubs sack managers? It is not the manager playing on the

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pitch, it is the players, and this one says, they should have sorted

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this out before Mike Phelan was left with a skeleton squad. He tried his

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best for the club without much support. This is only going to make

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the anti-donor protest stronger now. I have heard that -- anti-- owner

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protest stronger. This one says, Hull city have no chance of

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remaining in the Premier League unless some serious money is spent

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on players immediately. But then again, no quality play would place a

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Hull city as they would be relegated this year. A slightly depressing one

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there from David. Finally, Robin is in West Hull, she says, if they

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purport Jose Mourinho or Jurgen Klopp, we would still be in trouble.

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The owners need to buy themselves out of trouble. The squad is not

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good enough, just spend, spend, spend. That is it from me, join me

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at 10:30pm. as he explores Naples,

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Venice and Florence. It's like we're walking through

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a giant's armpit. We can follow the escape route

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of Michelangelo.

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