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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Vigilante farmers declare war on gangs with dogs terrifying people

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They came at me because my vehicle was blocking their exit.

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There are people who are afraid to leave their own home.

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They would, um, kill us if they could, I think.

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The city of lights - organisers claim more than 100,000

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people have flocked to night-time events in Hull since it became

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There are just two more evenings left to see this spectacle

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that has stirred the emotions of the people of Hull.

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There is a buzz in Lincoln as the city's football team head off

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And the campaign for a knighthood for the last

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living British Dambuster gets celebrity backing.

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He's one of the most charming people you could ever wish to meet,

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and if anybody has given a public service to this country,

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And a quiet and largely dry weekend to come. I will be back later with

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the details. Farmers in Lincolnshire say

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they are having to take the law into their own hands in order

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to stop hare coursing. They claim criminal gangs

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are trespassing on their land on an almost daily basis to take

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part in the illegal blood sport, and are becoming increasingly

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violent when confronted. The latest figures show that 19

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people have been arrested or reported so far this season

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for hare coursing in Lincolnshire. Seven dogs have been seized

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and two vehicles taken. Police say dealing with

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the activity, which sees dogs used to chase hares through fields,

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is at the top of their agenda. Here's our rural affairs

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correspondent, Paul Murphy. Chasing and killing hares

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with dogs has been banned But you wouldn't know it

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from looking at social media. It is awash with footage of those

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who continue to break the law. What is changing, though,

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is the level of violence that hare coursers mete out to those

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who try to stop them. They came at me because my vehicle

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was blocking their exit and they immediately started

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to throw rocks at me, with me in the vehicle,

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and hammered the side of my vehicle so that they could get

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past and escape. These hare coursers escaped,

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leaving their vehicle behind. They came back later to set it

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alight, possibly to destroy any These actions are creating

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fear in this community. This woman would only talk

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if we didn't show her face. They have become aggressive, nasty,

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uncontrollable and intimidating. There are people who are afraid

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to leave their own home. I've spoken to several farmers

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here on the Lincolnshire fens today, and although a lot of them have very

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strong opinions, none of them wanted to appear on camera,

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or to be identified, and that's simply because they are

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afraid, they are afraid of the consequences for them

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and for their families, the reprisals that could come

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from the hare coursers. We know, as a police service,

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we've got to up our game and make best use of our resources,

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but the farming community needs to work with us,

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it needs to keep itself safe and it needs to assist proactively

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when we can prosecute. But hare coursing posts on social

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media make a mockery of the law. In fact, some coursers take a thrill

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from being chased themselves. The vehicle in pursuit

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is being driven by a landowner. It's thought the injured hare

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in the footwell was being taken away because it might have been

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used as evidence. This is a stinger,

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we put it in a gateway... This farmer says he's done

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with relying on the police. He is making police style stingers

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to puncture the tyres Other landowners are using drones

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to monitor the fields. This farmer can only

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watch as two cars drive Fields across this area show

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signs of car damage. They would, um, kill us

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if they could, I think. They've got no scruples, they have

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got no respect for anybody. What we'd like to do is help

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the police catch the culprits, but the police seem very reluctant

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to talk to us and to work with us. It was in this same community

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that Lincolnshire Police launched its anti-hare coursing

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strategy last September. But the hare coursers,

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like the ones seen here speeding through a farm shop car park,

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are continuing to blight local life. I can see the lengths that farmers

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have gone to, with trenches dug, with bollards in place,

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massive rocks to try and deter them. It's not the farmers that

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need to try and do more, As a resident, what I would like to

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see is a greater police presence. But the hare coursers

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are undeterred, even filming In a police force where resources

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are stretched, these criminal gangs know they currently

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have the upper hand. Some strong feelings from people in

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South Lincolnshire. What have the police had to say? This is at the

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top of the Lincolnshire Police agenda, the question is whether they

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are capable of dealing with. They say they are facing two judges,

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firstly the geography of linkage, and the second is the difficulty of

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bringing prosecutions against hare coursers because you have to catch

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them in the act and find witnesses who are courageous enough to stand

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up and testify against them and that is proving challenging. The

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Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner has button to us and

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says he will be meeting with the new Chief Constable when he starts work

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in the coming weeks but certainly the force has a long way to go to

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win back the confidence of those people in South Lincolnshire who are

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being terrorised on a daily basis. As I say, we would like to hear your

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views on this. Are the police doing enough to protect immunities? Here

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are the details. -- protect communities.

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I look forward to hearing from you on that subject and we will have

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some before we finish. The new boss at Hull City,

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Marco Silva, says it would be a miracle if they avoid relegation

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from the Premier League. The Tigers sit bottom of the table,

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and Silva also admits there isn't After arriving from Portugal,

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he'll take charge of his first game As first meetings go, it was a short

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debut from Marco Silva, who was introducing himself to supporters

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after Mike Phelan's sacking. Many needed the introduction and most had

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not even heard of the Portuguese when he was appointed, but the

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39-year-old, who has coached in Greece and in his man, feels he is

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the man to point Hull City in the right direction. -- in his homeland.

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When you get a question about working in the Premier League or

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working in Hull, it is not an easy decision. But it is a good club. The

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Premier League is a fantastic step. Mourinho is Mourinho. He is a

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friend, also. He is a great ambassador for the Portuguese

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people. We want a lot of money to spend, but we have had to do what is

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the best weather team, and for sure, we need to improve our team. We need

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to do what is possible. How do you rate your prospects of surviving in

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the Premier League? We need a miracle to remain in the Premier

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League. Sometimes they happen. Maybe in May, it might happen. We will

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see. But not everyone will see his first game against Swansea tomorrow

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as some are planning to boycott it input -- in protest at the club's

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owners. A big day for Hull City,

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and we will be hearing about Lincoln City's big day

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in the FA Cup tomorrow A man has admitted murdering a woman

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whose body was found at a house in Lincolnshire.

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Casey Scott, who is 29 and from Skegness, pleaded guilty

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at Lincoln Crown Court to killing 28-year-old

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Lenuta Ioana Haidemac in July. Her body was found at a house

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in Drummond Road in Skegness. A jury's heard how two men accused

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of smuggling Class A drugs into the UK by ferry were secretly

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filmed talking in a Hull pub. A team of undercover officers

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targeted P ship steward Edward Tron and cook Mark Quilliam

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in June 2015. The pair deny charges

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of conspiring to import cocaine, and Mr Tron's wife, Susan,

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denies money laundering. The number of people attending A

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departments in Lincolnshire rose by 11% in the week

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between Boxing Day Just over 2800 people went

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into hospitals in Lincoln, That's 300 more

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than the week before. More than 150,000 people have been

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to visit Hull during the first week A giant light show called

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Made in Hull has drawn visitors to the city centre

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every night this weekend. Organisers say they are delighted

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with how it's been received. Caroline Bilton is live in Queen

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Victoria Square for us tonight. Did they expect this many people?

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Well, it is state they have been pleasantly surprised. Just take a

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look at these cries this evening. The bad weather has not put people

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off. This amazing spectacle is what they are here to see. It has been

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like this every night of this week. To see this many people in the

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centre of Hull on a series of weekday evenings is unprecedented.

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It is not just here in Queen Victoria Square. Over at The Deep

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just five minutes away from where I am, crowds are gathering to watch

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more amazing projections that tell the story of Hull. We know from

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talking to local businesses that there has been an increase in

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footfall, they have been telling us it has been the busiest ever start

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to a year. Today we got the official figures that confront that. 150,000

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people have been coming to the city from Sunday to Wednesday and of

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course, that figure will increase when we get the final figure on

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Monday. It has been amazing, people have been in tears here tonight,

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Peter. This is what they have been telling me.

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Just everything, really. Absolutely brilliant. It was brilliant. I have

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come all the way from Nottingham to see it because I come from Hull. My

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mum is very into theatre things in placement. It is so amazing, I have

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never seen anything like it. I have heard about it but I am gobsmacked.

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Wonderful. All of this has helped to catapult

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the city into the spotlight. Not all of it has been positive media

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coverage. Earlier this week, the Sun paper faced criticism for running an

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article referring to the city as the "Scrapital of Culture", alluding to

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the violence in the city on New Year's Eve. But today, the paper has

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published a more positive article in response to that criticism. On the

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invite of Apprentice star Michelle Dewberry, they have to at the city

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and they have delivered a report that gives a more fair

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representation of the city's culture. So, there are just two more

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nights to see this spectacle, this most amazing spectacle here in Hull.

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Tonight and tomorrow are expected to be incredibly busy, the advice is to

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come early if you can or indeed later. It runs from 4pm until nine

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p.m.. And traffic is a lot busier than normal. Questions are being

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asked as to whether or not this could run later in the year and I'm

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afraid the organisers have told us that the answer is no, but they do

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say that there are a lot more exciting things coming our way over

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the next year and if this is anything to go by, beta, we have got

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an awful lot to look forward to. -- Peter.

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There's a buzz in Lincoln as the city's football team head off

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And the campaign for a knighthood for the last British Dambuster

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BBC One, tonight's photograph and keep those coming in. This was taken

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by Nick Hedges of Beverley. Lots of people took photos of the contrails

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yesterday. It would be nice if we could have a forecast for Christmas

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night or Christmas Day. You are very cheeky! I suppose I

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should be pleased you are listening and watching me!

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I was watching the graphics very carefully. I wouldn't mind, but you

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made the big mistake and I get all the grief of highlighting it, so I

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can't win. Thanks a bunch! Lots going on this

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weekend. The weather does not look too bad. There is not to be lots of

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sunshine, there will be quite a lot of cloud, but at least it will be

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generally dry. The best of any sunshine should be tomorrow. High

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pressure dominating, but it is quite cloudy. Underneath the cloud it will

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feel chilly. But we are frost free. A lot of cloud across our part of

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the world and it has been producing rain through the afternoon. That

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rain is now starting to move away. Followed by a few showers and quite

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a lot of cloud. A bit of a grey night to come but I think it will

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become dry overnight and temperatures will fall around -- to

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around three four Celsius. The sun will rise at 17 minutes past eight,

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setting again just before four p.m.. Here are the times of high water.

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Tomorrow, there will be a lot of cloud, particularly to start. But we

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should see an improvement. We will keep quite a lot of cloud but we

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should get some break if not sunny spells. Across parts of East

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Yorkshire, north-eastern part of Lincolnshire, we get the best of the

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brightness later on in the afternoon. And it will be a dry

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afternoon, like south-westerly breeze, temperatures getting up to

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around eight Celsius. On Sunday, there will still be a lot of cloud,

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so another fairly cloudy day to come. Rather blustery on Monday. On

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Monday, a band of rain will sink southwards, perhaps some heavy

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spells and blustery winds. Sunshine and blustery showers later in the

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day. The rest of the week will be quite unsettled.

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You can do no wrong, you make no mistake, I highlight it and I have

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the deal with the grief! There were a lot of people who

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highlighted it to me as well. Although Paul said it was an easy

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mistake to make because he makes quite a few as well.

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Have a nice weekend. Almost 5000 supporters will be

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backing Lincoln City tomorrow as the Imps aim to cause a shock

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in the FA Cup. They will play at Ipswich,

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a team three divisions above them, and City are one of just five

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non-league sides left If they were feeling nervous,

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they didn't show it as they boarded the bus to Ipswich this morning

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for one of their It was a surprise win over

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League One team Oldham last month But they are feeling good

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about the next round. There's definitely a buzz

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about the lads and they're looking We're the underdogs

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at the end of the day, So I think there's been a good

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feeling about the place. The Imps' FA Cup run

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comes as they sit top of the National League,

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so with their current success, there's plenty of support

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in the city, with around 5,000 fans expected to make the trip to Ipswich

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for the match tomorrow. That's more than normally attend

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a Lincoln City home game, which average crowds

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of just 3,500 people. And in the morning, at least

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25 coaches will carry those fans the 150 miles

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from Lincoln to Ipswich. But there, they will

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face tough opposition. Ipswich Town are three

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divisions above, So, the manager says

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they will need their fans. The connection between the players

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and supporters is really strong. I think the reason why is

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because there is natural chemistry. Lincoln as a city is full of honest,

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hard-working, down-to-earth we would like to think our group

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has similar traits. And even non football fans here say

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they are backing the local team. You do feel that

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it's something good. I think sport in general makes

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a difference to people, and when you're on the winning side,

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it lifts the spirit. Well, I would have thought the whole

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city is feeling good about it. I can remember when I was a boy

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and supported Lincoln City, it was a good football club,

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the feeling was good and I think A win against Ipswich tomorrow

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could take Lincoln's cup earnings to well over ?250,000,

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but for the fans heading to the game, it is worth

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so much more than money. Sarah Walton,

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BBC Look North, in Lincoln. There are also games

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for Scunthorpe United The Iron will move up to second

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place in League One if they win Grimsby Town will be out

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to extend their unbeaten run In rugby league,

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Hull Kingston Rovers will be looking to get revenge over Hull FC

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when the sides meet in Last January, Hull won by 60 points

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to 20 on the eve of the season. The two sides face each other

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this weekend in what could be A petition to get the last

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British Dambuster a knighthood has been signed by more

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than 160,000 people. George "Johnny" Johnson

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was part of 617 Squadron, which was formed at

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RAF Scampton near Lincoln. TV presenter Carol Vorderman

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is backing the campaign and I will be talking

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to her in a moment, but first, The campaign surrounding a

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knighthood for George "Johnny" Johnson, the last remaining British

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Dambuster, continues to gather momentum like a bouncing bomb

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itself. With campaigns and thinning he has been snubbed from this year's

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honours list. But what evidence is there to show he could have been

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snubbed, and is it that simple to be awarded a knighthood for being a

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last remaining Dambuster? It was Wing Commander Guy Gibson who led

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the raid. He was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1943 and died in

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the war a year later. Aviation engineer Barnes Wallis was the

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inventor of the bouncing bomb. He did receive a knighthood for work

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and services to his country in 1968, 11 years before his death. Johnny

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Johnson ain't and dropped the bombs. It was one of 34 awarded the

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distinguished flying medal for his part in the race. -- and was one.

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But there are rules which make things more complicated for today.

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The rules state you have to be active in the areas for which you

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are being nominated, so Strictly speaking, Johnny's achievements,

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certainly with regard to the Dambusters, happened many years ago.

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But he is still active within the community and doing charity work, so

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it just depends house straight the Cabinet Office want to enforce that.

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The nomination can take up to two years. One campaigner we spoke to

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officially nominated Mr Johnson in November of 2015. An application

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that does not expire until June. But it did not make this new years list.

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Size ambassador for the RAF Air Cadets, Carol Vorderman, who has

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also met Johnny Johnson, has also submitted a nomination and started a

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petition which has gained over 150,000 signatures so far. But if he

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got it, what then? If it comes off, I shall ask with due humility and

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majesty, if I can dedicate it to the 55,000 Bomber Command aircrews who

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gave their lives to their countries during the war. I think she would

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agree and that is the way I think it should go.

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I asked Carol Vorderman if she was surprised by the reaction

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to Mr Johnson being overlooked for an honour since we first talked

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I'm not so much surprised as absolutely overjoyed, really. The

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response has been tremendous, because he is such an incredible

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man. Do you know what the latest figure is the number of people that

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have been signing this petition this week? It is phenomenal. I only

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launched its two days ago, and within 48 hours, there were 150,000.

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It is now over 160,000 by this evening, I don't know how many. He

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has been recognised for his military achievements. Why do think he needs

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and deserves a knighthood? Johnny Johnson is quite an incredible

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person. That only was he part of 617 Squadron and the Dambusters crew,

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which is remarkable in itself, he has worked tirelessly with and for

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children and charities ever since. He is one of the most charming

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people you could ever wish to meet and if anybody has given of public

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service to this country, it is Johnny Johnson. What do you think

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about the system generally? One thing that has want people up is

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that civil servants on 106 to ?5,000 a year or Victoria Beckham --

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Beckham getting awards are people like Johnny. I think it is

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reasonable for people like Victoria Beckham to get an award, or Andy

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Murray, they are people who are part of the National culture. But I have

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a problem with David Cameron's spin doctor been given a knighthood, or

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certain civil servants, and they are given it for public service. Johnny

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Johnson has given of himself and of public service more, I believe, than

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they have, and he absolutely deserves a knighthood. So, do you

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think now we have got their names on this petition and they are handed to

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Theresa May or the Cabinet, do you think this decision can be reversed?

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I am doing a fresh official nomination and within the next two

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weeks, I want as many people as possible to carry on signing the

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petition so the number can grow to the highest peak, and then I will

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take that petition and the official nomination to Downing Street and if

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they do not let me in, I will go to the Cabinet Office next door and

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leave it there. We wish you well with that. Carroll, thank you for

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your time. Thank you. Keep signing! Thank you for all the e-mails and

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texts. We will follow the story and let you know if there are any

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developments. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. A new legal challenge to allow

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the terminally ill the right to die Vigilante farmers declare war

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on gangs with dogs terrifying people Tomorrow's weather -

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cloudy, but some bright or sunny spells possible,

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especially across East Yorkshire. A response on the subject of hare

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coursing after the report at the start of the problem. Martin says,

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police should deploy resources to stop these thugs taking their --

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take their cars and dogs and children. Rural communities do not

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get the resources they should. Ian says, hare coursing is a despicable

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pastime that is against the law. The police have to prioritise resources

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and their priority is quietly -- quite rightly the protection of the

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public. And this one, we had hare coursers on our fields at one

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o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday. My son rang the police,

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we watched them for an hour as one retrieved his dog and walked past

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me. David says, the police can only do so much. Would it be an idea to

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seek temporary resources from a neighbouring authority? A big

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response on the subject of hare coursing from serving as you. Thank

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you for watching. Have a nice weekend, enjoy Made in Hull if

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you're going. I will see you on Monday, take care. Good night.

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and should British tourists have been warned about the risks?

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