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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: Anger as families are told to move elderly

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relatives as another care home says it can't afford to stay open.

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A complete change of environment is going to have a

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I'm not even certain if she would survive that.

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Chase Tate was knocked down and left to die -

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his family plead with the driver who hit him to come forward.

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Brutally attacked on a night out - now drinkers in Hull are told

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they can't be trusted with glass or bottles.

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I had a white T-shirt on at the time and it was absolutely

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A bottle is basically a baton, which is a weapon.

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Music fans will have to pay a fortune for a hotel room

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A very windy night come with the rest of keels. Deals. --With the

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risk of gales. Families say they're shocked

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and upset at the closure of another The 24 residents of Molescroft Court

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in East Yorkshire need new places to live after the owners said

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they couldn't make it pay. It's the fifth home to announce it

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will shut in this area in the last 12 months,

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with companies blaming poor council funding,

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staff shortages and rising wages. Our health correspondent,

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Vicky Johnson reports. Behind each closure this heartache

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for families forced Twice every week a week,

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Chris makes the short journey to visit her mum

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at Molescroft Court in Beverley. But Chris fears that

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the the upheaval of a move for 85-year-old Mabs will simply be

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too much ... she is bed ridden and can do nothing

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for herself. -- cannot do anything for herself.

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A complete change of environment is going to have a

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I'm not even certain if she would survive that.

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There are currently 24 residents at Molescroft Court -

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and they now have until March to find alternative accommodation.

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We have been killed in a statement by the owners that it is not

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financially viable. -- we have been told in a statement.

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Increasing costs has meant that running a care home has rarely been

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more challenging and research carried out for the bbc last year

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found that more than a quarter in the uk are in danger of going out

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And recently Londesborough Court in Market Weighton

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Today's news have come just as health managers

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in the East Riding are considering proposals to close some

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Community Hospital beds and use care homes instead.

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In a statement they've said they're looking at "which care homes

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have the capacity and capability to deliver new models

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And they add that they believe their "proposals could help

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stimulate the sustain the residential care home market

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"It is our intention to test the residential care home market

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And knew care was being opened in Beverley and to solve some of the

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evidence can be moved there in the spring. -- residence.

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Earlier I spoke to Nadra Ahmed, the chair of the National Care

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Association who represent care homes and nursing staff.

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I began by asking her what is going wrong in the industry.

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We know about funding and shoes and cuts to local authorities. And

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increases in the National living wage which is great news for

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everybody. But have those who have run care homes in the past gotten

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away with paying low wages? In the last two years the Care Quality

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Commission being less stringent in the past and they are now. I would

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agree that they getaway with paying low wages. We have got to the stage

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where we have equalised with a funding needs to be. -- I would not

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agree with you. One of excuses used is that the living wage is causing

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these cables to shut and this is being the living wage for a job most

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of this could not do. I do not think that is what we're saying. We're

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seeing it is compounded. We have had eight years of nor increases to

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looking after frail and elderly people who were looked after by the

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NHS in long-stay geriatric wards. With very complex health conditions

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including dementia. We are not funded to do that. In the NHS that

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these people were looked after and even today looked after, costing the

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NHS ?2125. The Care Quality Commission charge on safe and

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effective kidding. Those three don't actually cost anything. Safe and

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effective killing has to be delivered by people who are well

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skilled and trained in environments to clean and warm and with

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nutritional foods. Love that this course. This is not about us saying

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that it is wrong or it shouldn't be done. Actually this is about

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delivering quality care and not cutting corners. That is what is

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important. If the NHS is putting more patients into Cairngorms to

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remove them from hospitals that would be good for the business

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rather than treating the system. Of course it would if we could manage

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complex conditions were help from the NHS. You have to have a skilled

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workforce. People caring for people in care homes have to be really

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well-trained and they have to have the appropriate skills. Very

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briefly, in one sentence, what is the one thing that would stop these

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Cairngorms closing of the radio at the moment? It would be having the

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right workforce to deliver the services that are required for the

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people that we are caring for. And we are asking people to recognise

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that. Are you or your relatives affected

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by the problems in care homes? Here's how to get in touch. Have you

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had first-hand experience of Aki home? Maybe you have got parents in

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there at the moment. -- carehome. We will be talking on

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the second look North to the owner of carehome. .

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A family's making an urgent appeal for a hit-and-run driver

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who killed their son to come forward.

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Chase Tate was walking near Alford in Lincolnshire in the early

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hours of Saturday morning when he was struck by

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Jake Zuckerman's in the Lincoln studio.

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You've been talking to police investigating this.

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Beside the A1104 at Miles Cross Hill near Alford today,

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flowers and tributes mark the spot where a passing motorist

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discovered Chase Tate's body, just before 5am on Saturday.

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This morning police officers were still checking grass verges

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in the area, looking for evidence that might help them identify

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walking away from the town when he was struck, but the driver

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We have the result of postmortem which tells us he would killed by

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injuries consistent with being struck by vehicle. The 15 officers

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working on it I'm talking to know. There is now a significant inquiry

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inquiry under way with the Serious Investigations Unit,

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15 officers working on it -- We now have the result

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of the forensic postmortem, which informs us that Chase died

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as a result of injuries consistent with having been

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struck by a vehicle. There is now a significant inquiry

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inquiry under way with the Serious Investigations Unit,

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15 officers working on it We are doing a lot of work

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systematically with CCTV on either end, looking to narrow down

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the vehicles between vehicles who were reported to us

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that they passed him walking along the road, and the final vehicle

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that we know reported Chase end, looking to narrow down

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the vehicles between vehicles who were reported to us

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that they passed him walking along the road, and the final vehicle

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that we know reported Chase Friends have left

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dozens of tributes on His family are said

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to be devastated. They've have asked anyone

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with information to contact police Police say that at this stage

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they're keeping an open mind They say that if you think

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you might have been involved without noticing it at the time,

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then you should come They're also urging anyone who may

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have been in the area between four But for now friends and family

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of Chase Tate are left waiting for answers about exactly

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how he died. A P ship steward accused

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of conspiring to import cocaine into Hull has been described

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in court as a liar, "trying Edward Tron maintains he made

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up stories about drug smuggling for the benefit

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of a known undercover officer. But in court the prosecution said

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that was an elaborate story created Both Edward Tron, and P

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cook Mark Quilliam deny conspiring to smuggle drugs,

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and Mr Tron's wife Susan A Lithuanian couple have been

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ordered to repay more than ?400,000 after building up

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a fraudulent gangmaster business. The pair - who were jailed in 2015

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had lived in Scotter, The Home Office is

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considering deportating them. The Coast Guard has been left

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without a search and rescue helicopters after the whole fleet

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was grounded for a safety test. The helicopter based at Humberside

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airport Curry said rescues an east coast. That tests are needed in all

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Sikorski 92 helicopters. The Coast Guard said Liz helicopters will be

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operational by tomorrow. 50 men and women who guard

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the doors at city centre pubs and clubs in Hull are calling

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for late night venues to ban They claim there has

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been an increase in But the pub trade has

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said making people drink There are graphic pictures

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of injuries from the start of this 15 stitches and bruises on his face,

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nerve damage and a permanent scar. That's what Iain Spivey was left

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after he was glassed on a night out I had a white T-shirt

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on at the time, it was absolutely covered, and I just you know,

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I just couldn't believe it. He's a model, and his

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injury's made it difficult Some people think it's only a little

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scar, but you hear stories of people getting hit in the head,

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and sometimes it proves fatal. On Friday and Saturday nights people

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come here to have fun and to have drink but these drinks often come in

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glasses and glass bottles and because harm.

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It is because of the harm that glass and glass bottles can

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cause that the group, Door Staff United, want them banned

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from the city's late-night bars and clubs.

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A bottle is basically a baton, which is a weapon.

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If we stop them from taking knives and guns into a venue,

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why do we let them go to the bar and pick up a bottle,

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drink out of it, and then it can be used in exactly the same way.

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Police say it is rare that people are hit with glasses,

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At this bar they say they don't have problems with glassing.

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They've not switched to plastic because it's hard to find plastic

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versions of some glasses and it's not what customers want.

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It is a shame to punish such a large number of the blue do come out and

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use these glasses properly because of a small minority of people.

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Humberside Police agrees that glass because harm but

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but over the past eight years it's been handing out plastic cups

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I think the police and the public could do more. Ultimately we might

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have to seek sanctions. The British Beer and Pub Association

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represents pubs and late night I asked its Chief Executive,

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Brigid Simmonds, whether plastic was the answer to stop violence

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in pubs and clubs. I think it has to be

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on a risk-based basis. In some late-night venues

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it is appropriate to use plastic and the British Beer and Pub Association

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has very clear guidance on our So you would be happy

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for plastic glasses after, say, half past ten at night,

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as these guys are calling for? It has to be based on whether it is

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the type of premises that people go to late at night, when it's open,

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and it's a risk that has to be based place you would say plastic

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is fine to have routinely? In many places plastic

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is appropriate and police the local authority will work

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with the appropriate business If we tried and injuries came down,

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would you say let's have plastic? I wouldn't say was appropriate

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to all premises because first of all people like drinking

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out of proper glass. And we want to encourage people

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to go to clubs and nightclubs and we don't want them staying

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at home and drinking. Does beer taste different

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out of a plastic Actually most drinks taste different

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out of plastic than they do out of bottles, but if you're going

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to drink, if it is draught ale, you can dispense it directly

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into a plastic glass. If it's in a bottle,

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pour it before it's taken anywhere. So many people are being attacked

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by glass and bottles at the moment, we've got to do

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something, haven't we? And that's what we've heard

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about in the report. I still think it is a minority

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of people who are using The trade would

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totally deplore that. And we would urge the

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police and the local authorities to take all the action

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of the good against those who But it is still a minority

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of cases and we need to make sure that it's

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appropriaten use. We don't want increased

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costs for pubs and clubs. What do you say to the 50 doormen

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who are calling for this ban I would say that in the right place

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at the right pub and right club it is appropriate and

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should be used but it shouldn't be Do you support the door staff

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in their call to ban glasses There's beer taste different out of

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plastic? ? Does beer taste different?

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Music fans will have to pay a fortune for a hotel room

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Nigel Dalton took this photograph of Queen Victoria Square.

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Thanks for the invite to see the blade. I did not ask. I'm going to

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forecast some heavy snow for your part of the world of you're not

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careful. We have some winter weather on the way for the next few days and

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it is turning cold with bitterly cold wind and we have a warning of a

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risk of deals and that warning does lap over into the rush hour tomorrow

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morning. If you're travelling further afield particularly on the

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A1 there will be disruption through strong winds. On Friday it will

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really feel cold along the coasts. At the moment we have a warning for

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the potential of snow showers in part of the on Friday. More that as

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the week progresses. It a fine evening with clear spells at the

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moment. Through this evening will see more cloud spreading the north

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and patchy light rain and drizzle and then we will see deals are

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developing in excess of 50 mph and they will last into tomorrow

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morning. But not as cold night with temperatures down to 6 degrees of 7

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degrees. The sun rises at quarter past eight and sets just after four

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o'clock. The next high water in Bridlington is just after three in

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the morning. A very windy rush-hour. Severe gales forecast for parts of

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Yorkshire. Tomorrow after the very windy starter will be a blustery day

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but also plenty of dry and bright and fine weather. We will have one

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showers blown in a brisk north-westerly breeze but a lot of

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dry weather for our part of the world. It will feel chilly not

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numerically very cold. On Thursday and Friday and into the weekend it

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will feel very cold indeed. A few showers potentially on Thursday but

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generally try and bright.? About way into the side. And some snowy

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showers on Friday. It's claimed the Lincolnshire flower

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town of Spalding is being ruined by people urinating,

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spitting and drinking in the street. Local officials are so concerned

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they're using Home Office powers to prosecute anyone caught behaving

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badly in the town centre. Think of Spalding and your first

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thoughts may be Tulip Festival is. Are generally hustling murky town

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that sites like this one have no accord under a new scheme. -- signs

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like this one. Have things changed? I have seen people urinating inside

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of shops and things. It is in public and in front of children. We see a

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lot of people walking around with beer cans drinking. I have made

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complaints myself in a couple occasions when I have seen people

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here drinking in the morning of spitting. The following activities

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are now listed as offences within a new public space protection order.

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Failing to comply with an officer 's request to stop drinking alcohol and

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a public space, spitting saliva or any other product on the ground,

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dropping litter or your rating. But the District Council insists things

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have not gone worse. I don't think you should see this as a reaction to

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something that is negative. It is a very positive effect to give

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assurance to our town and visitors of the town that we are going to

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keep it at the nice quiet place for people to live and work as it always

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has been. Some people have of course questioned the difference urinating

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in the street is already illegal. But the difference in the public

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spaces protection order is that it groups all the problem specific to

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an area under that the umbrella of anti-social behaviour. But how many

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people support this proposal, there are as many people questioning how

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it can be effectively enforced. It could be any number of towns and

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city centres across East Yorkshire or indeed the country. We will

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continue to follow that story. The only two Portuguese managers in

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their Premier League goal head-to-head.

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The first leg trip to Old Trafford is only Marco Silva's second game

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Marco Silva enjoyed a winning start as Hull City boss.

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This 2-0 win over Premier League rivals

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Swansea City sees them drawn against Fulham

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First though, a match against a fellow Portuguese,

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the unmistakable figure of Jose Mourinho.

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Tonight is the first leg of their semifinal tie in the EFL

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It is good to see Mourinho, seeing him talk a little bit.

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We are opponents and Mourinho tried to win and I will do the same.

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He is known in Portugal as one of the good young coaches.

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He went to Greece and in Greece I think no-one knows

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I don't think they know he was a champion.

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Back to the FA Cup, and Lincoln City will face championship leaders

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Brighton and Hove Albion if they can beat Ipswich town in

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We will have to go and find our levels again if we are going

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We are very respectable of them, they have got fantastic managers

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and fantastic players, it will be a huge challenge for us,

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That replay will be shown on BBC One next Tuesday. Lincoln city

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and Hull City this season, but both know they will

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be judged ultimately on their League campaigns.

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there will be coverage on BBC Radio tonight.

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The shortage of hotel rooms in Hull has been a long story. Rooms are

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booked for two members of the beautiful South and concept, people

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could look at their hotel Bahamian Inspector be about ?42 for the room.

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Or they could come to the Gilson hotel and expect to pay ?45. --

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people could look at the chain hotel behind me and expect to pay ?42.

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Somebody find was only one room available here at the Gilson hotel

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for ?801. But she could stay for less money in London. That is no way

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we would ever charge some of the ?801 for anything. I don't know if

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they are putting up Internet prices. I think it is unfair to people. The

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general manager of this hotel has said that the room is newly

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refurbished suite with a Jacuzzi and defended the price because

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investment being made at this hotel and because of its prominent centre

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location. And just a short walk from your work is already under way to

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build a brand-new Hilton hotel. The owner said the building it as fast

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as they can and hope it will be completed by November. But that

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comes as little help for ticket holders who want to stay in the city

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centre on June the 3rd for the concert by Paul Heaton and Jackie

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Abbott. Would you give a perfect ten to this room? ?801 for just one

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night. Let's get a recap of

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the national this room? A rise of people with mental health

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issues going to accident and emergency. Expertise is the wrong

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place for them. The family of a man knocked down a man appealed for

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witnesses to come forward. Top temptress tomorrow I best in the

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afternoon getting up to around seven Celsius. -- top temperatures

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tomorrow I best in the afternoon. Mark says care homes should be all

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take an end to government operation. -- should be taken into government

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operation. John says the NHS is in meltdown and mental health care and

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know they elderly abandoned. We're becoming a third World country.

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Chantelle says I am a care assistant and have experienced by these care

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homes are closing. That is not enough staff because owners do not

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want to pay for them. When our home is filled to capacity the carers

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that there are run into the ground. I will be talking to the owner of a

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care home on the late programme tonight which is at half past ten.

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It's back... Let's get ready to grumble. ..with more belligerence...

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Can you imagine anything more diabolical? ..moaning...

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..and nonsensical items... Don't send me a curve-ball, Nigel.

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